Conversion of Coal-Fired Power Plants to Cogeneration and Combined-Cycle [electronic resource]: Thermal and Economic Effectiveness / by Ryszard Bartnik, Zbigniew Buryn.
Contributor(s): Buryn, Zbigniew | [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextDescription: X, 151p. 79 illus. online resourceISBN: 9780857298560 99780857298560Subject(s): Engineering | Engineering | FOSSIL FUELS ( INCL. CARBON CAPTURE) | THERMODINAMICS | THERMODINAMICS | ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS, HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER | ELECTRIC ENGINEERING | ENERGY TECHNOLOGYDDC classification: 621.042 Online resources: ir a documento
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1. Introduction -- 2. Selection of Optimal Heating Structures for Modernization of Coal-Fired Power Stations to Cogeneration -- 3. Mathematical Model of a Power Unit with Rated Capacity of 370 MW After Its Modernization to Cogeneration and Combined-Cycle -- 4. Algorithm for the Calculation of an Optimum Structure of Heat Exchangers for the Modernization of a 370 MW Power Unit to Combined Heat and Power Cycle -- 5. Testing Calculations of the Mathematical Model of a Power Unit -- 6. Thermodynamic Analysis of a Combined Heat and Power Unit Using Extractions A2, A3 and Crossoverpipe IP-LP for Heater Supply -- 7. Economic Efficiency of a Power Unit Adapted to Cogeneration -- 8. Technical and Economical Effectiveness of Modernization 370 MW Power Unit Repowered by Gas Turbine with Their Modernization to Cogeneration -- 9. Technical and Economical Effectiveness of 370 MW Power Unit Repowered by Gas Turbine in Parallel System -- 10. Summary and Final Conclusions.
Conversion of Coal-Fired Power Plant to Cogeneration and Combined-Cycle presents the methodology, calculation procedures and tools used to support enterprise planning for adapting power stations to cogeneration and combined-cycle forms. The authors analyze the optimum selection of the structure of heat exchangers in a 370 MW power block, the structure of heat recovery steam generators and gas turbines. Conversion of Coal-Fired Power Plant to Cogeneration and Combined-Cycle also addresses the problems of converting existing power plants to dual-fuel gas-steam combined-cycle technologies coupled with parallel systems. Conversion of Coal-Fired Power Plant to Cogeneration and Combined-Cycle is an informative monograph written for researchers, postgraduate students and policy makers in power engineering.