Multipurpose batch chemical plants are analogous to job shops with alternative routing in discrete manufacturing where products may follow different process paths. The focus of this paper is on multipurpose batch chemical plants. A configuration of ain Figure 1.
On Optimum Design of Multipurpose Batch Plants for Multiple Products with Common Recipes Batch facilities are generally encountered in the production of low volume high value add products, particularly when most of these products are meant to share a common set of operating units or equipment.
This work analyzes possible alterations of configuration of an existing multipurpose batch plant for which new production targets and selling profits have been specified. New equipment can be added to the batch plant in the form of a retrofit in order to become a more economical and optimal design.
The Design and Scheduling of Multipurpose Batch Plants by N. Shah, C.C. Pantelides* and R.W.H. Sargent, Centre for Process Systems Engineering, Imperial College, London SW7 2BY ABSTRACT In
19/9/2007 · Multipurpose batch plants feature general purpose equipment items shared among multiple products whose manufacture follow complex recipes. Such plants are particularly suitable for the production of high value added chemical and biochemical products because they provide the necessary flexibility to accommodate a large number of low volume chemicals in the same processing facility. …
1/11/1994 · Detailed design of multipurpose batch plants 1017 aspects are explicitly represented in the mSTN rep- resentation (Fig. 3) but not in the STh alone. The mSTN representation is used to generate a problem superstructure involving all alternative design configurations providing full representation of all permitted equipment and connections allo- cations as well as its product recipes.
20/6/1994 · DESIGN OF MULTIPURPOSE BATCH PLANTS WITH MULTIPLE PRODUCTION PLANS BASED ON CYCLIC PRODUCTION SCHEDULING METHOD IN DESIGN OF MULTIPURPOSE BATCH PLANTS WITH CONSTRAINED RESOURCES AN EFFICIENT
Computers and Chemical Engineering 25 (2001) 665–674 Design, synthesis and scheduling of multipurpose batch plants via an effective continuous-time formulation X. Lin, C.A. Floudas * Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton Uni6ersity, Princeton, NJ 08544-5263, USA
Scheduling of multiproduct and multipurpose batch plants: modeling and algorithmic developments 2007 Abstract During the last two decades, the problem of production scheduling has emerged as one of the most significant challenges in
In this paper, we consider the design of plants which efficient use of multipurpose equipment and intermediate can fulfil any one of a set of production requirements for storage. In the design of such plants, it is therefore nec- the various products that they can, in principle, manu- essary to determine how the equipment may best be uti- facture.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Chemical batch processes are typically used for the production of speciality chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Due to the still growing importance of this type of processing, design methods are required that take into account the special requirements and constraints in the corresponding production facilities.
M.C. Wellons and G.V. Reklaitis, Scheduling of multipurpose batch chemical plants. 2: Multiple product campaign formation and production planning, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. …
The single-product campaign formation decomposition algorithm, which is presented in part I, is extended to identify dominant multiple-product campaign based on the same linear dominance property used by Mauderli and Rippin. A production planning formulation for multipurpose batch plants is presented that selects from the set of previous by identified dominant campaigns and accounts for
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Optimal Modeling of Simultaneous Design and Scheduling of Multipurpose Batch Plants over Multi-Period Production with Optimal Production Split Ratio Ryu Jun-Hyung, Heo Soon-Ki, Lee In-Beum, JUNG Jae Hak Journal of chemical engineering of Japan 41(5), 403-412, Liming
of batch plants depend on the scheduled production tasks.1 Reklaitis2 first used the term "recipe network" that means batches create a specific combination (recipe) of processes scheduled in a specific time frame. More-over, Majozi and Zhu3 presented the work.
In this paper, a tutorial on batch process design is presented. A brief review of the present status in batch process design is first introduced. The single and multiproduct plant design problems are considered next and alternate methods of solution are compared and discussed. The role of intermediate storage is then analyzed and integrated
Design, Synthesis and Scheduling of Multipurpose Batch Plants via an Effective Continuous-Time Formulation X. Lin and C. A. Floudas 1 Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. 08544-5263,USA Abstract – Design, synthesis and