ANALYSIS OF ENERGY FEASIBILITY AND INTEGRATION FOR PAPER INDUSTRY
Author(s):
Nachiket Nagare, Prateek Armarkar
Keywords:
Pinch analysis, paper industries, pulp, wood energy savings etc.
Abstract
Wood is the basic raw material used to manufacture pulp but several other raw materials are also used. Wood typically enters a pulp and paper mill as logs or chips and is processed in the woodyard, which is referred to as the wood preparation area. The woodyard operations are independent of the type of pulping process. If the wood enters the woodyard as logs, a series of operations convert the logs into a form suitable for pulping, usually wood chips. Logs are transported to the slasher, where they are cut into desired lengths The aim of the present study, is to examine the energy efficiency performance of Indian paper industry considering as the case study. A pinch analysis has been carried out for the energy saving opportunities. On overall conclusion it can be stated that the paper mill should restructure the heat transformation i.e. heat exchanger system and it can save up to 17314kW of heat during the process. The pinch analysis is the suggestion for heat recovery.
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Unique Paper ID: 150798

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 10

Page(s): 56 - 60
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