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Foo, D.C.Y., Chew, Y.H. and Lee, C.T. (2008) Minimum Units Targeting and Network Evolution for Batch Heat Exchanger Network. Applied Thermal Engineering, No. 28, 2089-2099. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2008.02.006

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  • TITLE: Energy Targeting for a Brewing Process Using Pinch Analysis

    AUTHORS: Noah Tibasiima, Aldo Okullo

    KEYWORDS: Energy Targeting, Pinch Analysis, Hint, Brewing, Utility Requirements

    JOURNAL NAME: Energy and Power Engineering, Vol.9 No.1, January 13, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The rising cost of energy and environmental concerns have led the brewing industry to search for techniques of reducing energy consumption in brewery operations. In this paper, pinch analysis was applied to a typical Ugandan based brewery process to target for the energy requirements of the process. Hint software was used for the analysis. At the chosen ΔTmin of 10℃, the minimum cooling and heating utility requirements of the brewery studied were determined as being 4862.21 kW and 8294.21 kW respectively, with a pinch temperature at 68℃. It was observed that using the technique, 1806.59 kW of energy could be recovered through process to process heat exchange which presented an energy saving potential of 21.5%. It is recommended that results from this study could be used in the design or retrofit of a heat exchanger network of a brewery for improved energy efficiency. Considerations can also be made for other values of ΔTmin.