Hybrid process schemes, which combine processing units operating at their highest efficiencies to perform one or more process tasks, are increasingly being considered as promising innovative and sustainable processing options. The objective of this paper is to present an integrated design method for solvent-membrane screening with energy efficient and/or high product yield hybrid processing schemes. Application of the method is illustrated through two case studies. Case-1 involves a highly energy intensive distillation operation that is replaced by a combination of distillation and membrane or solvent based extraction. Case-2 involves simultaneous reaction-separation to increase the product yield through a hybrid scheme.
|Conference||28th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering (Escape 28)|
|Period||10/06/2018 → 13/06/2018|
|Series||Computer Aided Chemical Engineering|
- Hybrid reaction-separation schemes
- Ionic liquids
- Computer aided molecular design (CAMD)
- Energy intensive processes