Fischer Tropsch Reactor with Integrated Organic Rankine Cycle

Problem: Fischer Tropsch reaction is exothermic, requiring rapid removal of low grade heat to avoid catalyst damage and ensure desirable product mix. Heat removed from the reaction is often wasted. Technology: This technology is comprised of an Organic Rankine Cycle that uses a product stream from the Fischer Tropsch reactor as its working fluid to convert the low grade reactor heat into shaft work within the plant. Christopher Noble

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