MIGUEL J. BAGAJEWICZ

100 E. Boyd St., T-335, Norman, OK 73019-0628, (405)325-5458, bagajewicz@ou.edu



ARTICLES ON CRUDE UNIT DESIGN, OPERATIONS AND RETROFIT
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          Articles

    1. Kim S. Y. and M. Bagajewicz. Global Optimization of Heat Exchanger Networks. Part I: Stages/Substages Superstructure. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Submitted
    2. Kim S. Y. and M. Bagajewicz. Global Optimization of Heat Exchanger Networks. Part II: Stages/Substages Superstructure with variable Cp. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Submitted
    3. Kim S. Y. and M. Bagajewicz . Global Optimization for Heat Exchanger Network Design using a Generalized Superstructure. Chemical Engineering Science, 147, pp. 30-46 (2016).

    4. Faria D., S. Y. Kim and M. Bagajewicz.Global Optimization of the Stage-wise Superstructure Model for Heat Exchanger Networks. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 54 No 5, pp 1595–1604 (2015).
    5. Bagajewicz M., G. Valtinson and D. Nguyen. On the Minimum Number of Units in Heat Exchanger Networks. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 52, No 42, pp. 14913-14926 (2013)
    6. Bagajewicz M., A. Lambeth and G. Valtinson. New Technologies to Enhance the Distillation Yield of Crude Fractionation Column.. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 53, No 44, pp. 16937-16947 (2014).
    7. Bagajewicz M., G. Valtinson and Q. Nguyen. Retrofit of Crude Units Pre-Heating Trains: Mathematical Programming vs. Pinch Technology. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 52, No 42, pp. 14913-14926 (2013).
    8. Nguyen D. Q., A. Barbaro, N. Vipanurat and M. J. Bagajewicz.All-at-once and Step-wise Detailed Retrofit of Heat Exchanger Networks Using an MILP Model. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 49, No 13, pp. 6080–6103 (2010).

    9. Lavaja J. and M. Bagajewicz. A New MILP Model for the Planning of Heat Exchanger Network Cleaning. Part III: Multiperiod Cleaning under Uncertainty with Financial Risk Management. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 44, 21, pp. 8136-8146 (2005).
    10. Lavaja J. and M. Bagajewicz. A New MILP Model for the Planning of Heat Exchanger Network Cleaning. Part II: Throughput Loss Considerations. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 44, 21, pp. 8046-8056 (2005).
    11. Lavaja J. and M. Bagajewicz. A New MILP Model for the Planning of Heat Exchanger Network Cleaning. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Special issue honoring Arthur Westerberg. Vol. 43, No 14, pp. 3924 – 3938 (2004).
    12. Bagajewicz M. and J. Soto. Rigorous Procedure for the Design of Conventional Atmospheric Crude Fractionation Units. Part III: Trade-Off between Complexity and Energy Savings. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 42, 6, pp. 1196-1203 (2003).
    13. Ji S. and M. Bagajewicz. Design of Crude Distillation Plants with Vacuum Units. Part I: Targeting. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 41, 24, pp. 6094-6099 (2002).

    14. Ji S. and M. Bagajewicz. Design of Crude Distillation Plants with Vacuum Units. Part II: Heat Exchanger Network. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 41, 24, pp. 6100-6106 (2002).

    15. Ji S. and M. Bagajewicz. On the Energy Efficiency of Stripping-Type Crude Distillation. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 41, 23, pp. 5819-5825 (2002).

    16. Bagajewicz M. and S. Ji. Rigorous Targeting Procedure for the Design of Crude Fractionation Units with Pre-Flashing or Pre-Fractionation. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 41, 12, pp. 3003-3011 (2002).

    17. Bagajewicz M. and S. Ji. Rigorous Procedure for the Design of Conventional Atmospheric Crude Fractionation Units Part I: Targeting. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 40, No 2, pp. 617-626 (2001).

    18. Bagajewicz M. and J. Soto. Rigorous Procedure for the Design of Conventional Atmospheric Crude Fractionation Units Part II: Heat Exchanger Networks. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 40, No 2, pp. 627-634 (2001).

    19. Rodera H., M. Savelski and M. Bagajewicz (University Of Oklahoma); F. Hess and T. Seidel (Phillips Petroleum). Energy Retrofit with Simultaneous Energy Optimization for a Crude Fractionation Unit. Latin American Applied Research. 31, 5, pp. 483-486 (2001).

    20. Bagajewicz M., Shuncheng Ji and J. Soto. Heat Exchanger Networks for Petroleum Fractionation Units Handling Crudes of Different Density. Latin American Applied Research. 31, 4, pp. 339-344 (2001).

    21. Bagajewicz M. On the Design Flexibility of Crude Atmospheric Plants. Chemical Engineering Communications. Vol. 166, pp. 111-136. (1998).

    22. Bagajewicz M. Energy Savings Horizons for the Retrofit of Chemical Processes. Application to Crude Fractionation Units. Computers and Chemical Engineering, 23, 1, 1-10 (1998).
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    23. Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings

    24. Jongsuwat Pitak , U. Suriyapraphadilok and M. Bagajewicz, Modelling and Optimisation for Energy Saving and Pollution ReductioProceedings of PRES 2014. 17th Conference on Process Integration, n. August 23-27, Prague, Czech Republic. New Heat Exchanger Network Design Model. (2014).

    25. Bagajewicz M., G. Valtinson and D. Nguyen. Energy Retrofit of Crude Units: Pinch Technology vs. Mathematical Programming. Proceedings of the Sustainable Chemical Product and Process Engineering Conference. Dalian- China (2103).
    26. Ji S. and M. Bagajewicz. Optimal Design of Crude Fractionation Units and New Technologies to Improve Distillation Yield. Proceedings of PRES 2002. 5th Conference Process Integration, Modeling and Optimisation for Energy Saving and Pollution Reduction. Prague, Czech Republic. August (2002).
    27. Ji S. and M. Bagajewicz. On the Energy Efficiency of Stripping-Type Crude Distillation.  Proceedings of the AIChE Topical Conference: Energy and the Environment. Process Integration of Material and Energy. Los Angeles, (2000).

    28. Bagajewicz M. and J. Soto. Trade-Off between Complexity and Energy Savings in the Design of Multipurpose Heat Exchanger Network for Crude Fractionation Units.  Proceedings of ESCAPE 10, Florence, Italy, May. (2000).

    29. Bagajewicz M. and S. Ji. Rigorous Targeting Procedure for the Design of Crude Fractionation Units with Pre-Flashing.  Proceedings of ESCAPE 10, Florence, Italy, May. (2000).

    30. Bagajewicz, S. Ji and J. Soto. Heat Exchanger Networks for Petroleum Fractionation Units Handling Crudes of Different Density.  Proceedings of ENPROMER 99. Florianopolis, Brazil. (1999).

    31. Bagajewicz M. and S. Ji. A Step-By-Step Targeting Procedure for the Design of Conventional Crude Distillation. Proceedings of the AIChE Separations Topical Conference. Dallas, (1999).

    32. Bagajewicz M. and H. Rodera. Accomplish Profitable Savings by Realistically Heat Integrating a Crude Fractionation Unit and A FCC Unit. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Refining Processes. Houston, (1999).

    33. Bagajewicz M., H. Rodera, M. Savelski and F. Hess, T. Seidel (from Phillips Petroleum). Energy Retrofit with Simultaneous Energy Optimization for a Crude Fractionation Unit.   Proceedings of the Heat Transfer and Energy Conversion Topical Conference, AIChE Meeting, Houston, (1999).