TECHNO-ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF FLUE GASES RECIRCULATION IN HEAT RECOVERY FOR UREA PLANTSAmita Tripathy
Energy efficiency and its conservation is one of the ways to bridge the gap between demand and supply, and to mitigate the environmental impacts of rapid development. The climatic condition of earth is largely affected by greenhouse emission and global warming. However, a planned energy cycle of production, conversion and utilization of these gases can solve global environmental problems. In fertilizer plant energy conservation aims in reduction of specific energy consumption. Urea is one of the important and widely produced chemicals in the world. This paper describes some of the modification in urea/ammonia plants understanding the flammability diagrams through actual experimentation through inline monitoring would mix the inerts, fuel and oxygen escape safely from explosive range.