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Design for Energy and the Environment
Shortcut methods are valuable tools in the early stages of chemical process design, where numerous flowsheet alternatives need to be evaluated to determine the most energy-efficient, feasible flows heet. Various shortcut methods based on tray-to-tray calculation and pinch point analysis for the inspection of feasibility and the determination of t he minimum energy demand (MED) for homogeneous nonideal distillation have been published in the literature. Rec ently, Kraemer et al. 1 presented thedoi:10.1201/9781439809136-c97 fatcat:ihrvhpo5mvd7tkillmwuronuxu