Experimental Analysis of the Effect Addition Heat Cover in Distillation Reactor
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- heat; exchanger; distillation; cooling; tower
Distillation is a process of separating two or more components of a liquid based on the boiling point. In simple terms, distillation is done by heating/evaporating the liquid then the vapor is cooled back so that it becomes liquid with the help of a condenser. Various studies on the distillation column or reactor have been carried out to improve the distillation system. However, this research is still concerned with the reactions that occur due to heating and the final result of the distillation process. In terms of thermodynamic analysis, several methodologies based on the first law of thermodynamics have been developed. In the distillation tower the temperature at the heat source is always greater than the temperature at the heat sink, so the heat source line will always be higher than the heat sink line, where the area between the two is energy. loss. To complement the shortcomings of the analysis, an analysis based on the second law of thermodynamics is developed, known as exergy analysis. With this analysis, information about thermodynamic efficiency and locations that have low energy efficiency can be obtained so that targeting for energy savings can be carried out. This study also only analyzes the level of energy differences that occur without providing a solution to overcome these deficiencies. The existence of the distillation column as one of the vital tools at the separation stage, the distillation reactor planning which is very important to note is the manufacture of the reactor. This research was conducted to reduce the heat losses that occur by adding a heat protection layer (heat cover) to the distillation reactor. Heat protection material must be easy to find and easy to maintain because this designed distillation device will be implemented for rural communities and there is also a prototype tool which is the application of appropriate technology. The use of an alloy of 3 cm jute on the inside and 3 cm glass wool on the outside gave the highest heat transfer value, namely 7864.21 watts. The increase was 43% from those who only used burlap and 37% from those who only used glass wool and 3% from the alloys of 3 cm glass wool on the inside of 3 cm of jute on the outside. This effect is due to the heat that has been blocked by the burlap is inhibited by the glass wool which has high thermal conductivity.
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TY - CONF AU - Ngurah Ardana I Gusti AU - Darmawa I Putu AU - Bagus Gde Widiantara Ida PY - 2021 DA - 2021/11/30 TI - Experimental Analysis of the Effect Addition Heat Cover in Distillation Reactor BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation in Science and Technology (ICIST 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 190 EP - 194 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aer.k.211129.042 DO - 10.2991/aer.k.211129.042 ID - Gusti2021 ER -