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Intensification principle of a new three-phase catalytic slurry reactor. Part II: Eco-efficiency and techno-economic performances

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In two papers, the concept and the performances of a new continuous intensified reactor named RAPTOR (R) (French acronym for Reactor with Polyvalent Rectilinear Stirred Reactor with Optimised Transfer) are presented. Based on flow, heat and mass transfer characterisations and real hydrogenation experiments, Paper I presented a simple analytical model based on characteristic times that enables to explain the intensified performances compared with a semi-batch stirred reactor and to generalise the operability, rapidity and the flexibility of this minireactor. In Paper II (this article), the model is used to evaluate in a comparative study the eco-efficiency and the techno-economical advantages of a continuous process involving a RAPTOR (R) versus a classical batch process equipped with a stirred reactor. Economical, environmental aspects are considered as well as productivity, safety and process control.
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hal-01282101 , version 1 (03-03-2016)

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Stephan Machefer, Laurent Falk, Fabrice De Panthou. Intensification principle of a new three-phase catalytic slurry reactor. Part II: Eco-efficiency and techno-economic performances. Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification, 2013, 70, pp.267-276. ⟨10.1016/j.cep.2012.06.005⟩. ⟨hal-01282101⟩
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