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Presentation Gral+AN

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• Stamicarbon licensed nitric acid technologies • Between 50's-80's licensed >40 plants worlwide • 20 Stamicarbon HNO3 plants still in operation

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How rigorously plant modeling can advance your urea business

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The use of first-principles models to support process operations has been practiced in the chemical and petroleum industry for over 40 years; however their appearance in urea plants is very limited. A

ttempts making such urea models have been limited in scope and usage, due to the rapid rise in complexity, execution time, and difficulties encountered as model size increases to encompass sufficient fidelity and scope to address overall economic impact to  the business. Urea plant models however can encapsulate a large amount of process knowledge and companies start realizing significant value from the use of these models in offline and online model based applications. Such applications include real-time optimization, model predictive control, data reconciliation, virtual sensors, process performance monitoring and total plant monitoring systems to name a few. This paper gives an overview on Stamicarbon’s capabilities and products related to urea plant modeling. These models are typically implemented in the ADVANCE and EVOLVE life-cycle of a urea plant. In the LAUNCH phase, grass root plants can apply the models to optimize consumption and emission figures.  It allows urea producers to stay competitive with production improvements, monitoring and detection, staff training and full lifecycle support. Further, feedback will be given on the EVOLVE OPTIMIZER™ project at OCI in the Netherlands. This has been in operation since 2012.

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How Industry 4.0 will Transform Urea Production and Engineering

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Driving the Digital Enterprise Industry 4.0 –The next Level of Manufacturing

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Changing farmer needs for fertilizer

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In several parts of the world the focus of farmers shifts from maximizing yield for example through increasing the application rate of fertilisers, to optimizing inputs. This shift requires adaptation

of the fertiliser product and/or the fertiliser application technology.

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An historic perspective on Stamicarbon

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Problem statement Solution directions Requirements for an OTS Stamicarbon's 40 year history and experience with OTS Cooperation OTS offerings.

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The fertilizer industry and the port of Rotterdam

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In his presentation prof. dr. Harry Geerlings will describe the historic development of the Port of Rotterdam over the last 200 years.

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Technologies and servies for AdBlue product diversification

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Urea is known as the “white gold” in the fertilizer industry as it is the most utilized in the world. In recent years, AdBlue®—also known as DEF or ARLA 32—introduced a new application for urea: it is

used to reduce NOx emissions from diesel vehicles.

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Stamicarbon UAN Technology and Protect UAN

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Slide presentation on Stamicarbon's UAN technology. Years of experience with AN/UANplants: More than 150 years of operation in AN and UAN plants. 15 years at our own DSM plant in Geleen, the

Netherlands, since 2010 operating as OCI Nitrogen.

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FROM UREA TO UAS TO MULTI PRODUCT GRANULATION

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• Background on nutrients (macro and micro) • Selection of sulfur source • From urea to UAS • Differences to urea granulation • Features of UAS granulation • Process development • From UAS to mul

ti-product granulation • Modular build-up of granulatio...

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DEF: Diesel Exhaust Fluid

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Slide presentation on Diesel Exhaust Fluid. Contribution of Stamicarbon? Concept relative simple Impact evaluation (quality, turn down, biuret) Opportunity investigation Flexibility an

alysis (capacity, operations) Tailor made design

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Closed loop urea and bio fuel production

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Review of literature date shows that 1st generation biofuels show a clear energy balance deficiency. 2nd generation biofuels have a clear positive energy balance. This is even true if the urea require

d for the sustainable production of this biomass i...

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UAN design

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Brochure Stamicarbon’s UAN technology and Protect UAN

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Stami Specialties Brochure

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Stamicarbon Nitric Acid

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• Stamicarbon licensed nitric acid technologies • Between 50's-80's licensed >40 plants worlwide • 20 Stamicarbon HNO3 plants still in operation

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STAMICARBON‘S DUAL PRESSURE NITRIC ACID PROCESS WITH ENERGY RECOVERY AND UAN INTEGRATION

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INTRODUCTION: NOT A NEW COMER! • Stamicarbon licensed nitric acid technologies • Between50’s-80’s Stamicarbon licensed>40 plantsworlwide • 20 Stamicarbon HNO3plants stillin operation

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Simplified granulation process now in succesful operation

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Product development Dry Finishing

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• Why a new finishing technology? • Principle of dry finishing technology • The process • Alternative applications • Current Status

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PANEL DISCUSSION Finishing and various issues

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ADVANCE HSE Products and Services

MicroMist Venturi scrubbing

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Sources of urea dust in the air exhaust of a granulator: •Fine dust coming from the crushing-process of coarse granules •Evaporation/sublimation from urea melt (Isocyanicequilibrium) CO(NH2)2-> H

NCO + NH3 •Atomization Sprayer losses, however minimal with Stamicarbon film spray nozzles •Attrition

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Life cycle service agreement for the LAUNCH series

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LAUNCH MELT™ flash design

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How green is the Stamicarbon Urea process

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The Stamicarbon urea process, like other processes, unfortunately emits gaseous (ammonia) emissions due to the fact that the urea reaction is an equilibrium reaction. In principle, emission problems c

an be solved in two different ways, either with an in–line and/or with an end-of-pipe solution. The combination of the equilibrium reaction and the presence of inerts make an in-line solution not feasible. Therefore end-of-pipe solutions to eliminate ammonia emissions in both urea melt and finishing plants are still needed to obtain a green and environmentally sustainable process. This paper covers the different available end-of-pipe solutions such as absorbers (including emergency absorber), acidic scrubbers and flares. These options have a wide range of operating windows for further optimization and achieving optimum environmental performance. Flaring reduces the ammonia emission by converting the ammonia into carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides (NOx). Therefore, the environmental impact evaluation - after implementation of the new end-of-pipe solution - needs to be reviewed, especially when applying continuous emission flare because the environmental impact of these new type emissions are not more tolerable than ammonia emission. Stamicarbon believes that a green urea process combines optimum process conditions with a good choice of end-of-pipe solutions. The available alternatives for end-of-pipe solutions target an optimum “Triple P” balance, i.e. the balancing between financial-economical achievements (profit), environmental impact (planet) and public acceptance (people).

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From urea to Uas to Multiproduct Granulation

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Finishing developments

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