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Modular Plants and Process Intensification

  • ID: 4491140
  • Book
  • May 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 350 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Written by an excellent team of authors, this is the first book on the application of modularization and process intensification in the chemical industry.

Following an introduction to innovative concepts, subsequent chapters cover plant concepts and their benefits, smart–scale intensified technologies, process simplification and intensification, as well as real–life examples.

The result is a one–stop reference source on this hot topic.
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INTRODUCTION

Motivation

Industrial Process Development –

Transfer from Laboratory– to Production–Scale

50 % Idea

Contents of the Book

Plant Concepts in Chemical Industry

CURRENT PLANT CONCEPTS IN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Batch Multi–Product

Modular Plant Concept as a New Paradigm

MODULAR PLANT CONCEPT

Impact on Workflow

Impact on Process Design

Impact on Process Control

Impact on Construction

Impact on Operability

Impact on Control and Safety

MODULARIZATION IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Design of Modules

Process Design with Modules

BENEFITS OF MODULAR PLANT CONCEPT IN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Flexibility

Lowered Risk

Lead Time Reduction /

Time–to–Market

Cost Reduction

SMART–SCALED PROCESS INTENSIFIED TECHNOLOGIES

Micro Process Technology

Novel Process Windows

High–Gravity High–Shear Equipment (Spinning Disk Reactors)

Alternative Energy Sources (Microwaves, Photochemistry)

Hybrid Separations

Multifunctional Reactors (Reaction Coupling, Integrated Reaction and Separation)

PROCESS SIMPLIFICATION AND PROCESS INTEGRATION

Use of Smart–Scaled Process Intensified Technologies in Modular Plants for Chemical Production

Synergistic Effects

Cost Analysis Case Studies

Step–Change, PI–Related Approaches in Systems Engineering

SMALL–SCALE DECENTRALIZED PROCESSING

Use of Modular Plant Concept for Decentralized Process

Application Fields

INDUSTRIAL IMPLEMENTATION –

APPLICATION CASES AND REAL–LIFE CONTAINERS DEVELOPED IN INDUSTRY

Modular Compact Container –

Modes of Hierarchical Assembly and Component Selection Tools

Process–Control Standardized Container –

From Monitoring, Safety Control Towards GMP

End–to–End Full–Chain Pharma Manufacturing –

From Feedstock to Tablet

Pragmatic `Half–End´ approaches – "Factory of Tomorrow"

Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing in Modular Plant

Heat Integration in Modular GTL Plant

Process Equipment Container –

For Water Soluble Specialty Polymers

Modularized Hydroformylation Process

Continuous Production of Active Pharmaceutical Intermediates in Container Unit

Modular, Continuous Production Unit for Solvent–Free High Viscous Polymer

CONCLUSIONS AND OUTLOOK

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Volker Hessel
Iris Vural Gürsel
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