Browsing by Author "Neale, James R."

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  • Approximation of non-linear cost functions in p-graph structures

    Ong, Benjamin H.Y.; Walmsley, Timothy Gordon; Atkins, Martin John; Walmsley, Michael R.W.; Neale, James R. (AIDIC, 2016)
    P-graph employs combinatorial and optimisation algorithms to solve process network synthesis (PNS) problem. However, the P-graph framework requires linear cost functions when optimising PNS problems. As a result, a high ...
  • Area targeting and storage temperature selection for heat recovery loops

    Walmsley, Michael R.W.; Walmsley, Timothy Gordon; Atkins, Martin John; Neale, James R. (AIDIC Servizi S.r.l., 2012)
    Inter-plant heat integration across a large site can be achieved using a Heat Recovery Loop (HRL). In this paper the relationship between HRL storage temperatures, heating and cooling utility savings (heat recovery) and ...
  • Carbon emissions efficiency and economics of combined heat and power in New Zealand

    Atkins, Martin John; Walmsley, Timothy Gordon; Philipp, Matthias; Walmsley, Michael R.W.; Neale, James R. (AIDIC (Italian Association of Chemical Engineering), 2017)
    Combined Heat and Power (CHP) or cogeneration, is a common and often cost effective method to maximise the efficiency and utilisation of fossil fuels. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions from the electricity generated using CHP ...
  • Carbon Emissions Pinch Analysis for emissions reductions in the New Zealand transport sector through to 2050

    Walmsley, Michael R.W.; Walmsley, Timothy Gordon; Atkins, Martin John; Kamp, Peter J.J.; Neale, James R.; Chand, Alvin (Elsevier, 2014-12-05)
    The CEPA (Carbon Emissions Pinch Analysis) method for energy planning has been modified for improved application to large transport systems. The modified method is applied to investigate the feasibility of NZ (New Zealand) ...
  • The challenge of integrating non-continuous processes-milk powder plant case study

    Atkins, Martin John; Walmsley, Michael R.W.; Neale, James R. (AIDIC Servizi S.r.l., 2009)
    The integration of non-continuous processes such as a milk powder plant present a challenge for existing process integration techniques. Current techniques are generally based on steady and continuous operation which for ...