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    Title: 二氧化碳回收再利用之化工程序設計與整合
    Other Titles: Recovery and utilization of CO2 : a chemical process design and integration
    Authors: 陳思卉;Chen, Ssu-Hui
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學工程與材料工程學系碩士班
    陳錫仁;Chen, Hsi-Jen
    Keywords: 程序整合;合成氣;甲醇;二甲醚;汽油;Process Integration;Syngas;Methanol;Dimethyl Ether;Gasoline
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:50:24 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文主要進行二氧化碳回收再利用之化工設計與整合,分別整合三個程序:(1) 二氧化碳回收轉製合成氣;(2) 合成氣製造甲醇及;(3) 甲醇轉製汽油。研究中並針對「甲醇轉製汽油」程序進行狹點技術與換熱器網路分析,吾人比較其熱能整合前後的能源需求以及成本花費,最後選擇出最佳方案。
    論文中主要利用兩套軟體進行研究:“Aspen Plus” 與 “SuperTarget”。前者主要是用於程序合成、設計與模擬;後者則是進行狹點分析與換熱器網路合成。
    In this thesis, we have presented a chemical process design and integration for the recovery and utilization of carbon dioxide. Essentially, it consists of three processes: (1) recovery and utilization of carbon dioxide and conversion to the making of synthesis gas; (2) methanol production from the syngas, and (3) production of gasoline from methanol. In the study, we have also carried out a pinch analysis and heat exchanger network synthesis for the “production of gasoline from methanol”. At last, we have compared the energy consumption and capital costs of the process with/without heat integration and selected the optimal case.

    Two kinds of software were utilized in the research-Aspen Plus and SuperTarget. The former was used for the process synthesis, design, and simulation; the latter was used to carry out the pinch analysis and the synthesis of heat exchanger network.
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