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Equipments Design PO/Styrene Plant. Done By: Salem Alkanaimsh. Prof. M. Fahim Eng. Yousef Ismael. Agenda. Reactor Design. Heat Exchangers Design. Distillation Columns Design. Pumps Design. Compressors Design. Reactor Design. Chemical reactors are the heart of chemical processes.

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Equipments DesignPO/Styrene Plant

Done By:

Salem Alkanaimsh

Prof. M. Fahim

Eng. Yousef Ismael


Agenda

  • Reactor Design.

  • Heat Exchangers Design.

  • Distillation Columns Design.

  • Pumps Design.

  • Compressors Design.


Reactor Design

  • Chemical reactors are the heart of chemical processes.

  • Reactors can be divided into:

  • Batch reactors.

  • Continues reactors.

  • CSTR.

  • PFTR.

  • Example: Petroleum Refinery.


Reactor Design

Finding The rate equation:

Design Equation


Reactor Design

Thickness of Reactor

Diameter and length of reactor

Where;

t: thickness of reactor.

P: internal pressure .

ri: radius of the vessel .

Ej: joint efficiency .

S: stress of carbon steal .

Cc: corrosion allowance


Heat Exchanger Design

  • Definition.

  • Service.

  • Exchanger.

  • Condenser.

  • Heater.

  • Type.

  • Shell and tube.

  • Air cooled HX.


Shell and Tube HX

  • Tubes.

  • Pattern of Tubes.

  • Shell and nozzle.

  • Baffles.


Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger Design.

  • Assumptions:

  • Shell and tube heat exchanger counter flow is used because it is more efficient than the parallel flow.

  • The value of the overall heat transfer coefficient was assumed based on the fluid assigned in both sides.

  • The outer, the inner diameter , the length of the tube, and the number of passes were assumed.

  • For a good design :

  • The assumed overall heat coefficient has to be equaled to the calculated overall heat transfer coefficient.,

  • The pressure drop in the tube side has to be lower than 1 bar.

  • The pressure drop in the shell side has to be lower than 1 bar.


Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger Design.

Log mean Temperature

Heat Load

Where;

T1 is temperature of inlet hot stream. (oC)

T2 is the temperature of outlet hot stream. (oC)

.t1 is the temperature of inlet cold stream. (oC)

.t2 is the temperature of outlet cold stream. (oC).


Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger

Number of tubes

Heat Transfer Area

Shell and Bundle diameter

Where ;

Nt is the number of tubes.

K1, n1 are constants.

Db is the bundle diameter (mm)

Ds is the shell diameter. (mm)


Shell & tube heat exchanger Design

Tube Side Heat Transfer Coefficient

Shell side heat Transfer Coefficient

Where

is the density of fluid (kg/m3).

is the thermal conductivity (W/m.C).

is specific heat (kJ/kg.k).

Re is the Reynolds number.

Pr is the Prandtl number.

Nu is the Nusselt number.

is the convective heat transfer coefficient (W/m2.C).

Where;

.pt is the tube pitch (mm).

.lB is the baffle spacing (mm).

As is the cross flow area (m2)

us is the velocity (m/s).

de is the equivalent diameter for triangular arrangement (mm).

jh is the heat transfer factor

hs is the convective heat transfer coefficient (W/m2.C).


Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger Design.

Overall Heat Transfer coefficient

Shell Side Pressure Drop

Thickness

Tube side pressure Drop

Where; D is the shell diameter in m

Rj is internal radius in (in).

P is the operating pressure in psi

S is the working stress (psi).

E is the joint efficiency


Distillation column

  • A separation unit based on the difference between a liquid mixture and the vapor formed from it.

  • It can be subdivided according to:

  • How complex the unit is:

  • Simple Distillation.

  • Flash distillation.

  • Fractionation.

  • The internal Design of the column:

  • Tray Column.

  • Packing Column.


Assumptions:

Column Efficiency.

Tray spacing.

Flooding Percentage.

Down Comer Area.

Hole area( 0.1 of Active area).

Weir height ( 40~100)mm.

Hole diameter (10 mm).

Plate Thickness (10~30 mm).

Turn down Percentage (70%)

Good Design:

No weeping.

Down comer back up is less than half ( plate thickness+ weir height).

No entrainment.

Calculated percentage flooding equal to the assumed one.

Residence time exceeds 3 secs.

Distillation Column Design.


Distillation Column Design.

Actual Number of trays

Column Diameter

Where; FLV is the vapor-liquid flow factor.

is the density in (kg/m3).

is the surface tension in (mN/m).

uf is the velocity of vapor in (m/s).

D is the column diameter (m).


Distillation Column Design

Provisional Plate design

Liquid Flow Pattern


Distillation Column Design

Checking Weeping

Down Comer Back up

Residence time


Distillation column design

Estimating the Thickness

Entrainment

Cost

Number of holes


Pump Design

  • Definition.

  • Suction Calculations.

  • Discharge Calculations.

  • NPSH.


Pump Design.

Actual Head of pump

Water horse Power

Efficiency


Compressor Design

  • Definition.

  • Types:

  • Centrifugal.

  • Axial.

  • Reciprocating.

  • Compression:

  • Adiabatic.

  • Isothermal.

  • Intercooler stage

  • Pressure Ratio (PR).

Reduce temperature and work required.


Compressors Design.

Work

Efficiency =0.8 Isentropic Compression


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