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Title:Proizvodnja glikolne kisline iz odpadnih plinov : diplomsko delo visokošolskega strokovnega študijskega programa I. stopnje
Authors:Turk, Žan (Author)
Kovač Kralj, Anita (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Kegl, Tina (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Turk_Zan_2021.pdf (1,03 MB)
MD5: AB2BE9F391C2C56A2F984ABB1DE53864
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FKKT - Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Abstract:V svetu nastaja vedno več odpadnih snovi in velik delež tega je tudi odpadnih plinov. Zato je zelo pomembno stremeti k rešitvam, s katerimi bomo v čim večji meri zmanjševali odpadne snovi. Ponovna proizvodnja odpadnih plinov v procesih je ena od možnih rešitev, saj bomo s tem prispevali k manjši porabi surovin in čistejšemu okolju. Eden izmed teh odpadnih plinov je tudi ogljikov monoksid, ki nastaja pri nepopolnem gorenju ogljikovodikov. Proizvodnja glikolne kisline poteka iz formaldehida in ogljikovega monoksida, ki ga dobimo z uplinjanjem plastike. Velika prednost te proizvodnje je, da zmanjšujemo izpuste tega odpadnega plina in z njim pridobimo glikolno kislino. Namen diplomske naloge je pridobiti glikolno kislino iz odpadnega plina in simulirati proces glikolne kisline ter določiti optimalne pogoje procesa z največjo učinkovitostjo. Simulacija procesa proizvodnje glikolne kisline je simulirana v računalniškem programu Aspen Plus. Rezultati so pokazali, da se dejanski proces da izboljšati iz kemijskega in ekonomskega vidika.
Keywords:glikolna kislina, odpadni plini, ogljikov monoksid, Aspen Plus, ponovna uporaba.
Year of publishing:2021
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[Ž. Turk]
Number of pages:VII, 18 f.
Source:Maribor
UDC:661.746.1:66.047.48(043.2)
COBISS_ID:72413955 New window
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Licensing start date:29.06.2021

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Language:English
Title:Glycolic acid production from waste gases
Abstract:More and more waste is generated and a large proportion of this are also waste gases. That is why it is very important to strive for solutions taht will reduce these waste materials as much as possible. Reproduction of these waste gases in processes is a great solution and a great advantage in the future, as it will contribute to lower consumption of raw material and a cleaner environment. One of these waste gases is carbon monoxide, whic is formed durin the incomplete burning of hydrocarbons. The production of glycolic acid is made from formaldehyde and carbon monoxide, whic is obtained by gasification of plastic. The biggest advantage of this production is that we reduce the emissions of this waste gas and obtain glycolic acid from it. The porpuse of the diploma thesis is to present how to obtain glycolic acid from waste gases and simulate the process of glycolic acid. Then how to determine the optimal process conditions for maximum process efficiency. The simulation of the glycolic acid production process is simulated in the computer program Aspen Plus. The results showed that the starting process can be improved from chemical and economical standpoint.
Keywords:glycolic acid, waste gases, carbon monoxide, Asen Plus, reproduction


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