Featured Report: Acetaldehyde Production from Ethylene (Two-Step Process)

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Acetaldehyde production from ethylene. The process examined is a typical two-step oxidation process. In this process, ethylene is oxidized by air to Acetaldehyde in tubular reactors, using a palladium/copper catalyst system. Acetaldehyde produced in a first reactor is flashed, so that an Acetaldehyde-water vapor mixture is separated and then distilled, yielding high-purity Acetaldehyde. The catalyst solution from the flash is oxidized in a second reactor and returned to the first reactor. Exhaust gases from both reaction steps are scrubbed for the recovery of residual Acetaldehyde.

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Featured Report: Phosgene Production

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Phosgene production from chlorine and carbon monoxide. The process examined is a typical industrial process. In this plant, chlorine and carbon dioxide react over activated carbon catalyst, yielding Phosgene product.

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Featured Report: Acetaldehyde Production from Acetic Acid

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Acetaldehyde production from acetic acid. The process examined is a hydrogenation process similar to the one proposed by Eastman. In this process, acetic acid is hydrogenated in a fixed-bed reactor, in the presence of an iron oxide/palladium catalyst. The reaction product is passed through an absorber for the separation of hydrogenation products and subsequently distilled for the separation of high-purity Acetaldehyde from reaction by-products. Ethyl acetate is generated as by-product.

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Featured Report: Acetaldehyde Production from Acetylene (Vapor-Phase Hydration)

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Acetaldehyde production from acetylene. The process examined is a typical vapor phase acetylene hydration over solid catalyst. In this process, steam is generated and mixed with acetylene. The gaseous stream is fed to fixed bed reactors in parallel, where acetylene is hydrated to form acetaldehyde. The excess of water in the reactor product is partially condensed and returned to the reactor. The gaseous stream is transferred to distillation units that recover unreacted acetylene for reuse and generate the purified acetaldehyde product.

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Featured Report: Allyl Polyethylene Glycol Production

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Allyl Polyethylene Glycol (APEG) production from polyethylene glycol ether and allyl chloride. The process examined is a typical polymer capping process. In this process, a methyl-terminated polyethylene glycol is reacted with allyl chloride to generate Allyloxy- methyl terminated Polyethylene Glycol ether with molecular weight ranging from 380 to 400.

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Featured Report: Vinyl Chloride from Ethylene and Chlorine (Balanced Process)

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Vinyl Chloride monomer (VCM) production from ethylene and chlorine via a balanced process. The process examined is a typical balanced process. In this plant, ethylene is chlorinated to produce ethylene dichloride (EDC), which is thermally cracked, yielding VCM and hydrogen chloride (HCl). The HCl produced is reacted with ethylene and oxygen in an oxychlorination reaction, generating EDC intermediate, to be converted to additional VCM.

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Featured Report: Vinyl Chloride from Ethylene and Chlorine (Balanced Process)

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Vinyl Chloride monomer (VCM) production from ethylene and chlorine via a balanced process. The process examined is a typical balanced process. In this plant, ethylene is chlorinated to produce ethylene dichloride (EDC), which is thermally cracked, yielding VCM and hydrogen chloride (HCl). The HCl produced is reacted with ethylene and oxygen in an oxychlorination reaction, generating EDC intermediate, to be converted to additional VCM.

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Featured Report: Carbon Fiber Production from PAN fiber

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Carbon Fiber production from polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fiber. The process examined is a conventional one. In this process, PAN fiber is first stabilized. The stabilized PAN passes then through carbonization, surface treatment and sizing, before being winded, yielding the Carbon Fiber final product.

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Featured Report: Carbon Fiber Production from PAN fiber

This report presents an up-to-date, detailed cost analysis of Carbon Fiber production from polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fiber. The process examined is a conventional one. In this process, PAN fiber is first stabilized. The stabilized PAN passes then through carbonization, surface treatment and sizing, before being winded, yielding the Carbon Fiber final product.

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