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Total Site Integration and paper machine technologies; Total site integration ja paperikoneteknologia - PMST 02

Abstract

During the last 30 years the production capacity of a paper machine has tripled. The fastest machines of today run over about 1600 m/min, the web width being around 10 m. The desire to further increase the production capacity is leading to more expensive paper machines and to larger buildings, if current pressing and drying techniques are used. New pressing and drying techniques will decrease the need of thermal energy. Closed water cycles reduce the need of secondary heat abundantly available from the dryer section based on cylinder drying. Total Site Integration studies are required when the effect of new process concepts are to be evaluated against energy efficiency and environmental impacts. A proto type tool has been developed and the effect of new paper machine concepts on energy consumption have been analysed. The utilisation possibilities of the surplus energy will be studied later in the course of this project. (orig.)
Authors:
Puumalainen, T; Kaijaluoto, S; Tervonen, P; Edelmann, K [1] 
  1. VTT Energy, Jyvaeskylae (Finland)
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1998
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
NEI-FI-362
Reference Number:
SCA: 320303; PA: FI-99:003403; SN: 99002156336
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1998; Related Information: Is Part Of CACTUS technology programme. Yearbook 1998; Alakangas, E. [ed.]; PB: 300 p.
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; PAPER INDUSTRY; PAPER; PRODUCTION; WATER; CIRCULATING SYSTEMS; CLOSED-LOOP CONTROL; COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION; ELECTRIC POWER; ENERGY CONSUMPTION; ENERGY EFFICIENCY; PROCESS HEAT; HEAT RECOVERY; EQUIPMENT; DRYING; SLURRIES
OSTI ID:
703405
Research Organizations:
VTT Energy, Jyvaeskylae (Finland)
Country of Origin:
Finland
Language:
Finnish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE99771568; TRN: FI9903403
Availability:
OSTI as DE99771568
Submitting Site:
FI
Size:
pp. 239-249
Announcement Date:
Jan 25, 2004

Citation Formats

Puumalainen, T, Kaijaluoto, S, Tervonen, P, and Edelmann, K. Total Site Integration and paper machine technologies; Total site integration ja paperikoneteknologia - PMST 02. Finland: N. p., 1998. Web.
Puumalainen, T, Kaijaluoto, S, Tervonen, P, & Edelmann, K. Total Site Integration and paper machine technologies; Total site integration ja paperikoneteknologia - PMST 02. Finland.
Puumalainen, T, Kaijaluoto, S, Tervonen, P, and Edelmann, K. 1998. "Total Site Integration and paper machine technologies; Total site integration ja paperikoneteknologia - PMST 02." Finland.
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title = {Total Site Integration and paper machine technologies; Total site integration ja paperikoneteknologia - PMST 02}
author = {Puumalainen, T, Kaijaluoto, S, Tervonen, P, and Edelmann, K}
abstractNote = {During the last 30 years the production capacity of a paper machine has tripled. The fastest machines of today run over about 1600 m/min, the web width being around 10 m. The desire to further increase the production capacity is leading to more expensive paper machines and to larger buildings, if current pressing and drying techniques are used. New pressing and drying techniques will decrease the need of thermal energy. Closed water cycles reduce the need of secondary heat abundantly available from the dryer section based on cylinder drying. Total Site Integration studies are required when the effect of new process concepts are to be evaluated against energy efficiency and environmental impacts. A proto type tool has been developed and the effect of new paper machine concepts on energy consumption have been analysed. The utilisation possibilities of the surplus energy will be studied later in the course of this project. (orig.)}
place = {Finland}
year = {1998}
month = {Dec}
}