Introduction to basic concepts and elements in process synthesis and process intensification

Ben-Guang Rong

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In this chapter, we introduce some basic concepts and elements for process synthesis (PS) and process intensification (PI). These basic concepts and elements are taken partially from distillation systems synthesis and intensification, as described in Chapter 2. In Chapter 2,we present six distillation subspaces and their systematic procedures. Three of these subspaces and their procedures were developed in the context of PS and the other three in the context of PI. However, both synthesis and intensification involve some common basic concepts and elements. In this chapter, we discuss these common concepts and elements in the context of general PS and PI works. We hope that at least some of the concepts and elements can be examined and addressed in the methodological approaches for PS and PI.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProcess Synthesis and Process Intensification : Methodological Approaches
EditorsBen-Guang Rong
PublisherDe Gruyter
Publication date2017
Pages1-40
Chapter1
ISBN (Print)9783110465051, 3110465051
ISBN (Electronic)9783110465068
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Publication statusPublished - 2017
SeriesDe Gruyter Textbook

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Rong, B-G. (2017). Introduction to basic concepts and elements in process synthesis and process intensification. In B-G. Rong (Ed.), Process Synthesis and Process Intensification: Methodological Approaches (pp. 1-40). De Gruyter. De Gruyter Textbook https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110465068-001
Rong, Ben-Guang. / Introduction to basic concepts and elements in process synthesis and process intensification. Process Synthesis and Process Intensification: Methodological Approaches. editor / Ben-Guang Rong. De Gruyter, 2017. pp. 1-40 (De Gruyter Textbook).
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Rong, B-G 2017, Introduction to basic concepts and elements in process synthesis and process intensification. in B-G Rong (ed.), Process Synthesis and Process Intensification: Methodological Approaches. De Gruyter, De Gruyter Textbook, pp. 1-40. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110465068-001

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Process Synthesis and Process Intensification: Methodological Approaches. ed. / Ben-Guang Rong. De Gruyter, 2017. p. 1-40 (De Gruyter Textbook).

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