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WEBINAR - Energy audit: why and how to implement pinch analysis?

July 26, 2018
ProSim is Organizer

WEBINAR: Energy audit: why and how to implement pinch analysis. 

An energy audit is a rigorous study aiming to optimize the energy consumption of an industrial process or plant. Within an "advanced" energy audit, using the pinch technology to recover waste-heat by appropriately exchanging heat between hot and cold streams within the process, demonstrates to be an excellent choice to reduce energy consumption and improve energy efficiency. Obtained results using this method are impressive.
During this webinar, you will learn the principles of the pinch method and the reasons why it is a key phase during your energy audits.

This webinar will allow you to answer the following questions:

  •  What is pinch analysis?
  •  How to practically implement it?
  •  What are the different steps of an "advanced" energy audit?
  •  What results should you expect?
  •  What are ProSim's services and tools available?


The webinar is presented by Quentin DUVAL, Pinch Analysis Expert at ProSim

Quentin DUVAL, engineer graduated in Process Engineering from UTC (Université Technologique de Compiègne - France) is one of the Pinch Analysis Expert at ProSim. He has very early been interested in process energy efficiency and spent a lot of time in learning the details of the pinch method (or "Pinch Technology") on both theoretical and practical aspects. The exergy analysis, the energy recovery of waste heat, heat exchanger design or thermodynamic cycles (gas turbine, ORC, heat pump…) are also part of his expertise in the energy efficiency field. He regularly advises on these topics, particularly with the team of engineers who today carries out "advanced" energy audits at ProSim.