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Fischer-Tropsch Liquids refining Plant . Team Foxtrot Presentation #4 – April 9, 2013 Mentor: Dan Rusinak, PE Team: Mudassir Ali Stephen Drake Kevin Meaux Brandon Sieve. CHE 397 University of Illinois at Chicago Chemical Engineering Department. Today, Team Foxtrot will Address:

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fischer tropsch liquids refining plant
University of Illinois at Chicago

Fischer-TropschLiquids refining Plant

Team Foxtrot

Presentation #4 – April 9, 2013

Mentor:

Dan Rusinak, PE

Team:

Mudassir Ali

Stephen Drake

Kevin Meaux

Brandon Sieve

CHE 397

University of Illinois at Chicago

Chemical Engineering Department

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Today, Team Foxtrot will Address:

  • Questions/Topics from Presentation #3
  • Complete PFD
  • Process Control Scheme
  • Plant Layout
  • Refined Economics
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Design Project Outline

  • Executive Summary
  • Discussion
  • Recommendations

Appendices

  • Design Basis 
  • Block Flow Diagram 
  • Process Flow Diagram showing major equipment 
  • Material and Energy Balance  (w/ Integration Review)
  • Calculations 
  • Annotated Equipment List 
  • Economic Evaluation factored from Equipment Costs 
  • Utilities 
  • Conceptual Control Scheme 
  • General Arrangement – Major Equipment Layout 
  • Distribution and End-use Issues Review
  • Constraints Review
  • Applicable Standards
  • Project Communications File
  • Information Sources and References
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Topics from Last Presentation

- Oligomerization

- Hydrocracker

detailed pfd with level controls
University of Illinois at ChicagoDetailed PFD with Level Controls
  • The next slides will consist of:
    • PFD Level controls around
      • Air Membrane Separators
      • Exchangers
      • Compressors
      • 2 Phase Separators
      • 3 Phase Separators
      • Vessels
      • Fired Heater
      • Reactors
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Overall FT Loop

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area 1 ft loop pfd

FT Loop Area 1 PFD

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Area 1- FT Loop PFD

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2

3

Equipment List

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1

5

oligimerization loop overall pfd
Oligimerization Loop overall PFD

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oligomerization pfd area 1
Oligomerization PFD Area 1

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2

1

5

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oligomerization pfd area 2
Oligomerization PFD Area 2

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oligomerization pfd area 3
Oligomerization PFD Area 3

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Hydrocracker Overall PFD

IC

TIC

LIC

FIC

TIC

TIC

IC

IC

FIC

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Close up Hydrocracker Reactor PFD

hydrocracker overall pfd
Hydrocracker Overall PFD

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TIC

LIC

FIC

TIC

TIC

FIC

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Flare

Labs

Road

Loading

Fired

Heater

Highway

Tank Farm

Process

Road

Road

Parking Lot

Offices

Utility

Road

Road

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Conceptual Plant Layout

Perimeter Fence

Wind

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Detailed Process Area Layout

R-100

R-101

R-102

M-100

150’

R-100

15’

Side Pipe Rack

C-103

C-100

T-104

15’

K-103

K-100

AC-101

T-101

30’

30’

C-104

C-101

T-105

K-101

K-104

T-102

V-100

Main Pipe Rack

30’

C-105

C-102

T-106

K-105

K-102

V-101

T-103

T-107

C-106

K-106

10’

10’

V-102

T-108

C-107

K-107

50’

VGO dike D=43ft

V= 5310ft^3

Resid dike D=43ft

V= 5310ft^3

Cold dike D=59ft

V= 11070ft^3

Hot dike D=47ft

V= 7062ft^3

storage
University of Illinois at ChicagoStorage
  • Require 10 floating roof storage tanks (for naphtha, jet, diesel, VGO, and residuum) and 2 pressurized storage tanks (for LPG and cold condensate)
  • 4 storage tanks in process area, 8 in tank farm
  • Pipeline access every 2 days, will transfer 75% of tank contents
  • Dike areas must contain the maximum amount of liquid in a tank
  • $2,600/m3 of storage
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Tank Farm

Bund

LPG tank, pressurized

D=26.2’,H=9.8’

S-100

S-104

Gasoline tank, floating roof

D=26.2’,H=30’

S-101

S-105

Jet Fuel tank, floating roof

D=26.2’,H=30’

Bund

Pipe Rack

S-102

S-106

Diesel tank, floating roof

D=32.8’,H=32.8’

50’

50’

S-103

S-107

Bund (Concrete): 6’ High

25’

25’

Bund

economics
University of Illinois at ChicagoEconomics
  • 20 year plant life
  • 30 workers,5 managers
    • Total Cost: $7.3 MM/year
  • Utility, catalyst, and maintenance costs: $28.5 MM/year
    • Cooling water, Steam: $8.1 MM/year
    • Electricity: $3.79 MM/year
    • Catalyst: $4.4 MM/year
    • Maintenance: $12.2 MM/year
ftl plant production
University of Illinois at ChicagoFTL Plant Production
  • Feed from Syngas Plant:
    • Total: 243,558 lb/hr To CHP plant: 103,504 lb/hr
      • 68 mol% H2 -36 mol% CH4
      • 28 mol% CO -34 mole % H2
      • 2 mol% N2 -16 mol% CO
      • 2 mol% CH4 -9 mol % N2

-4 mol % Ethane

  • Total Product Volume: 5,100 bbl/dayTo Water treatment plant:
      • 500 bbl/day LPG (10%) -121,159 lb/hr
      • 1,100 bbl/day Gasoline (21%) -96 mol % Water
      • 1,000 bbl/day Jet Fuel (20%) -3.8 mol % Alcohol
      • 2,500 bbl/day Diesel (49%) -0.2 mol % Carboxylic
investment economics
University of Illinois at ChicagoInvestment Economics
  • Capital Cost: $406 MM
  • NPV: $455 MM
  • IRR: 21.96%
  • Interest: 8.00%
  • Simple Payback: 4.68 years
bibliography
University of Illinois at ChicagoBibliography

[1] Bartholomew, Calvin, and Robert Fauratto. Fundamentals of Industrial Catalytic Processes. 2nd ed. N.p.: John Wiley & Sons, 2006. Print.

[2] Private communication with UOP LLC.

[3] De Klerk, Arno. Fischer-Tropsch Refining. Germany: Weinheim, 2011. Print.

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Thanks For Your Time!

Questions?