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Implementing an optimisation model for turbine investment selection under fluctuating steam productions
Engineering plants typically have a variety of interlinked production chains, where process flows are dependent on upstream or downstream events. Raw material feeds may fluctuate over time, resulting in fluctuating off-gas ...
Utilising fluctuating off-gases more efficiently in a power co-generation environment through less flaring
Common engineering practice is to generate steam from burnable off-gases, in boiler houses, where excess steam is allocated for power generation after plant requirements are met. If the quantities or chemical composition ...