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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 22)
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Feasibility of Furnace H-701 Energy Recovery in Sarkhoun and Qeshm Gas Refinery Using the Heat Exchanger

J. Khorshidi, B. Jahanshahi, M. Ezadi and H. Davari
Corresponding Author:  J. Khorshidi 

Key words:  Energy recovery, furnace, heat exchanger, optimization of energy consumption, preheating combustion air, ,
Vol. 6 , (22): 4211-4214
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February 15, 2013 March 14, 2013 December 05, 2013
Abstract:

The aim of this study is the investigation and thermal analysis relating to emissions of the flue-furnace H-701 of Sarkhoun and Qeshm Gas Refinery in Bandarabbas (IRAN) and thermal load has been calculated. Then Study of the combustion process and calculation of required combustion air and the heating of air In order to increase its enthalpy using energy combustion gases is done by designing Heat Exchanger. This method helps to optimization of energy consumption and reduction of energy losses and prevents the increase in environment air and will help to cleanliness of the environment. Using this method efficiency of furnace will be increased by 8.63%.
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J. Khorshidi, B. Jahanshahi, M. Ezadi and H. Davari, 2013. Feasibility of Furnace H-701 Energy Recovery in Sarkhoun and Qeshm Gas Refinery Using the Heat Exchanger.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(22): 4211-4214.
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