April 2020

Water Management

Demineralized water system design: Considerations for the petrochemical industry—Part 2

Demineralized water treatment systems play an important role in the petrochemical industry.

Fan, J., Ananthanarayan, S., Hodgkinson, A., Advisian, a Worley Company

Demineralized water treatment systems play an important role in the petrochemical industry. The ability to consistently supply demineralized water that is subsequently used for steam generation is essential for all types of steam cracking processes. During the conceptual design of demineralized water treatment plants, special attention must be paid to raw water source identification and the associated quality and reliability of the demineralized water desired. Other considerations include the nature of demineralized water demand, condensate return rates and amount of storage. As mentioned in Part 1 of this article (published in the March issue of Hydrocarbon Processing), a typical design dec

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