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1996] Consequently, the approach was extended using systematically the key principle: ”Fresh water use is minimised when the contaminant uptake of water demand is maximised” [Polley and Polley, 2000]. This means that if source streams cannot be used directly they are mixed with each other and where necessary with fresh water until they are able to meet the demand of the water using process with the highest requirements both in terms of quantity and in terms of quality. Source and sink streams are used in ascending concentration order [Polley and Polley, 2000].

In this case the heat flow between the intervals balances generated heat demand. The pinch point lies in the temperature interval in which the remaining supplied heat is completely consumed. At this point no heat flow exists between the temperature intervals above and the temperature intervals below. 1. 3 25 Discussion of the Thermal Pinch Analysis The fact that an optimum is sought with respect to heat recovery rather than costs in the thermodynamic approach might at first appear to be a disadvantage.

Variable Unit Name κutil,s,t [e/m2 ] specific costs for heat exchanger surface area for a match of cold utility s with hot process streams [1, H − t] or of hot utility t with cold process streams [1, C − s] w [−] component w of a process stream (w = (1, 2, . . 1 Principles of the Pinch Analysis The starting point of the pinch analysis lies in the objective of achieving optimal energy utilisation in a process by interconnecting material flows requiring heating (cold flows) with those requiring cooling (hot flows) and therefore was originally orientated exclusively at minimising additional energy utilities.

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