Process Stages Energy Efficiency Increasing In High Capacityammonia Production Plants (1360 – 1420 T /Day)

Development, energy and resource saving in the chemical and food technologies
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: June 24–28, 2019, Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2018, pp. 64–66

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
L.L. Tovazhnyanskyy Sc.D. radnyk [at] kpi.kharkov.ua National Technical University «Kharkov Polytechnical Institute»
Kharkov, Ukraine
O.Y. Loboyko Ph.D. radnyk [at] kpi.kharkov.ua National Technical University «Kharkov Polytechnical Institute»
Kharkov, Ukraine
V.E. Ved Ph.D. radnyk [at] kpi.kharkov.ua National Technical University «Kharkov Polytechnical Institute»
Kharkov, Ukraine
O.P. Arsenyeva Ph.D. radnyk [at] kpi.kharkov.ua National Technical University «Kharkov Polytechnical Institute»,National Technical University «Kharkov Polytechnical Institute»
Kharkov, Ukraine
O.Yu. Perevertaylenko Ph.D. radnyk [at] kpi.kharkov.ua National Technical University «Kharkov Polytechnical Institute»
Kharkov, Ukraine

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Abstract

There are presented the results of low temperature CO to CO2 conversion investigations for decreased steam consumption and deeper conversion of CO in nitrogen-hydrogen mixture. The results of monoethanolamine purification stage retrofit are presented too.

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