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A key step in the initial phases of chemical process design is the project definition. Along with the customer definition and location of the facility, the definition of the key feeds and products is important (Towler, 17). Both feed and product specifications are found in the Design Basis, a non-exhaustive document containing key information and details of the plant and process.
 
A key step in the initial phases of chemical process design is the project definition. Along with the customer definition and location of the facility, the definition of the key feeds and products is important (Towler, 17). Both feed and product specifications are found in the Design Basis, a non-exhaustive document containing key information and details of the plant and process.
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==Primary Raw Materials==
  
 
==Primary Products==
 
==Primary Products==
  
==Primary Raw Materials==
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==Case Study==
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==Conclusion==
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==References==

Revision as of 15:47, 17 January 2014

Authors: Michael Gleeson, Sean Kelton, Thomas Considine

Contents

Introduction

A key step in the initial phases of chemical process design is the project definition. Along with the customer definition and location of the facility, the definition of the key feeds and products is important (Towler, 17). Both feed and product specifications are found in the Design Basis, a non-exhaustive document containing key information and details of the plant and process.

Primary Raw Materials

Primary Products

Case Study

Conclusion

References