December 2005

Special Report: Plant Design and Engineering

New approach to revamps

Case history of a delayed coking unit's main fractionator details a method that delivers a shorter schedule and lower cost, while retaining current best practices

Denk, Aggreko; Ockwig, J., Flint Hills Resources, L.P.

<noscript><a href="http://146.101.163.239/adserver/banman.asp?ZoneID=457&Task=Click&Mode=HTML&SiteID=8&PageID=80892" target="_new"><img src="http://146.101.163.239/adserver/banman.asp?ZoneID=457&Task=Get&Mode=HTML&SiteID=8&PageID=80892" width="100" height="100" border="0"/></a></noscript>A fresh approach to revamps, incorporating leased equipment, can be considered a result of evolution within the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). Significant external forces acting on

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