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is a Process Engineer at an ethylene plant, and has more than 4 yr of experience in the steam cracker unit. He completed his B.Tech degree in chemical engineering from the National Institute of Technology Raipur, India with honors and completed a process equipment design course from IIT Roorkee. He is an active professional member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and an associate member of IChemE. He has published three articles and is involved in the smooth operation and troubleshooting of the plant.
A caustic tower is a critical piece of equipment in an ethylene plant that supplies feed to the downstream section after removing impurities.
Distillation towers consume ~30% of the energy in a refinery or petrochemical facility. The reboiler is the stomach of the distillation tower that consumes the energy to separate the components.
Distillation towers consume ~30% of the energy in a refinery or petrochemical facility.
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