Energy consequences in minimum effluent market kraft pulp mills
Paper in proceedings, 2002

The integration of kidneys involving evaporation without affecting the live steam demand in kraft pulp mills is discussed. The excess heat for evaporation is used to reduce the steam demand for the mill and reduce the cooling need. The making of excess heat available and use it, after process integration is completed, to reach energy savings is also discussed. The grand composite curves (GCC) were evaluated from the the process integration and identify the the potential for process modification through the curves.

Cooling

Kraft pulp

Effluents

Materials balance

Energy efficiency

Evaporation

Computer simulation

Author

Ulrika Wising

Department of Heat and Power Technology

Thore Berntsson

Department of Heat and Power Technology

Anders Åsblad

Tappi Journal

Vol. 1 11 30-32

Subject Categories

Chemical Process Engineering

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10/7/2017