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Fertilizer Plant. UAN-32. Idalfri Tariq Jay Swann Ashley Polenc-Busby Chetan Patel Mentor: Tom Stephan Team : CHARLIE. Lecture Outline. Nitric Acid Production Data Material and Energy Balance Flow Sheet Rough Economics. Nitric Acid. The Process. Production of Nitric Acid.

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fertilizer plant

Fertilizer Plant

UAN-32

Idalfri Tariq

Jay Swann

Ashley Polenc-Busby

ChetanPatel

Mentor: Tom Stephan

Team: CHARLIE

lecture outline
Lecture Outline
  • Nitric Acid Production
  • Data
  • Material and Energy Balance
  • Flow Sheet
  • Rough Economics

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nitric acid
Nitric Acid

The Process

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production of nitric acid
Production of Nitric Acid

Ammonia combustion

Oxidation of the nitric oxide

Absorption of the nitrogen dioxide in water

Figure1: Block flow of nitric acid process1

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high pressure process
High-Pressure Process
  • Benefits
    • Relatively low plant costs
    • Equipment and piping can be of a smaller size
    • Low space requirements
    • Satisfactory emission values

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high pressure process1
High-Pressure Process

Figure 2: High-Pressure process for the production of nitric acid1

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pt rh catalyst
Pt/Rh Catalyst

Figure: Woven Platinum-Rhodium Gauze5

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tail gases from nitric acid production
Tail Gases from Nitric Acid Production
  • 3300m3 of water vapor-saturated tail gases produced per ton of 100%HNO3
    • 97% N2
    • 1% inert gases
    • 2% O2
  • Nitrogen Oxide content200ppm
    • Meets environmental requirment

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Data

Collected and Calculated

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material and energy balances
Material and Energy Balances

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flow sheet
Flow Sheet

Connecting the Plant

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rough economics
Rough Economics

Equipment and Estimations

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break down
Break Down
  • Variable Costs:
    • Raw materials
      • Catalysts
      • NH3
      • CO2
    • Utilities
      • Electricity
      • Steam
      • Water
    • Waste removal
  • Fixed Costs
    • Staff
      • Operators
      • Supervisors
      • Accounting
      • Human Resources

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equipment list urea process
Equipment List -Urea Process

Table 1: Estimated values of equipment required for urea process

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equipment list nitric acid
Equipment List –Nitric Acid

Table 2: Estimated values of equipment required for nitric acid process

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equipment list ammonium nitrate process
Equipment List- Ammonium Nitrate Process

Table 3: Estimated values of equipment required for ammonia nitrate process

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equipment list blending uan 32
Equipment List-Blending (UAN-32)

Table 4: Estimated values of equipment required for mixing process

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equipment cost summary
Equipment Cost Summary

Table 5: Summary of estimated costs of process equipment; approximated total

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catalyst for ammonia oxidation
Catalyst for Ammonia Oxidation

Table : Summary of catalyst components and respective prices for oxidation of ammonia2

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material pricing
Material Pricing

Table : Summary of materials and respective prices for fertilizer plant4

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references
References
  • ThyssenKrupp. Nitric Acid. Dortmund: ThyssenKrupp, 2012. ThyssenKrupp Uhde. 3 May 2012. Web. 28 Jan. 2013.
  • "BASF Catalysts - Metal Prices." BASF Catalysts - Metal Prices. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Feb. 2013.
  • Büchel, Karl H., DietmarWoditsch, and Hans-Heinrich Moretto. "Primary Inorganic Materials." Industrial Inorganic Chemistry. Weinheim [u.a.: Wiley-VCH, 2000. 53-63. Print.
  • Staff. "Weekly Fertilizer Review." Farm Progress. N.p., 12 Feb. 2013. Web. 15 Feb. 2013.
  • K. A. Rasmussen. PGM Catalyst and Catchment Gauzes. Hamar: K. A. Rasmussen, n.d. Web. K. A. Rasmussen. PGM Catalyst and Catchment Gauzes. Hamar: K. A. Rasmussen, n.d. Web.

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questions
QUESTIONS?

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