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Team Hotel: Russell Cabral, Tomi Damo, Ryan Kosak, Vijeta Patel, Lipi Vahanwala Advisors: Bill Keesom – Jacobs Consultancy Jeffery Perl, PhD – UIC Dept. Of Chemical Engineering April 5, 2011. Syngas Production from Petroleum Coke Gasification. Project Purpose. What we are doing?

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syngas production from petroleum coke gasification

Team Hotel:

Russell Cabral, Tomi Damo, Ryan Kosak, Vijeta Patel, Lipi Vahanwala

Advisors:

Bill Keesom – Jacobs Consultancy

Jeffery Perl, PhD – UIC Dept. Of Chemical Engineering

April 5, 2011

Syngas Production from Petroleum Coke Gasification

project purpose
Project Purpose
  • What we are doing?
    • Producing syngas from petcoke
    • Using entrained flow gasifier
    • Implementing a rigorous syngas cleaning
  • Why we are doing this?
    • Making syngas for acetic acid production
    • Chemical production team specs
      • CO to H2 molar ratio of 0.409
      • CO2 and N2 mixed in

http://coalgasificationnews.com/tag/petcoke-gasification/

recap
Recap
  • Discussed Our Aspen Simulation
    • Gasifier
    • Sulfur Removal
    • Water Gas Shift
    • CO2 Removal
    • Claus Process
  • Heat Loads
    • Optimization
  • Equipment Costs and Sizes
  • Independent Economics
    • Sensitivity Analysis
  • Location
today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • PFD’s
  • Initial Control Schemes
  • Plant Layout (General Arrangement)
  • Calculations
  • Refined Individual Economics
  • Joint Economics with Team Golf
simulation problems
Simulation Problems
  • Gasification
    • Heat Exchanger Delta T
    • Ideal Cyclone Separation
  • H2S Removal
    • Selexol Recycle Connection
  • Claus Process
    • Sulfur Water Outlet Mixed
    • Tail Gas Treatment
    • Superclaus Operation
  • CO2 Removal
    • Solvent Optimization
    • Compressor Sizes
conclusion
Conclusion
  • PFD
  • Control Schemes
  • Plant Layout
  • Calculations
  • Refined Economics
next steps
Next Steps
  • Revise Report
  • Finish Poster
  • Eliminate Overlap in Economics
  • Address Simulation Issues
references
References
  • Richard Parkinson.  “Where Does It Go? An Introduction to the Placement of Process Equipment.”  UOP  PowerPoint.  2009.  2 April 2011.
report outline
Report Outline
  • Final Report:
    • Executive Summary IP
    • Discussion IP
    • Recommendations IP
  • Appendices
    • Design Basis: Done
    • Block Flow Diagram: Done
    • Process Flow Showing Major Equip.: Done
report outline1
Report Outline
  • Appendices (Continued)
    • Material and Energy Balances: Done
    • Calculations: IP
    • Annotated Equip. List: Done
    • Econ. Eval. Factored from Equip. Costs: Done
    • Utilities: IP
    • Conceptual Control Scheme: Done
    • Major Equipment Layout: Done
report outline2
Report Outline
  • Appendices (Continued)
    • Distribution and End-use Issues: IP
    • Constraints Review: IP
    • Applicable Standards: IP
    • Project Communications File: IP
    • Information Sources and References: IP
co2 sequestration
CO2 Sequestration
  • CO2 in our syngas is absorbed on Selexol to be selectively removed
  • Delete only one CO2 slide.
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