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Profiting from Low-Grade Heat

Thermodynamic Cycles for Low-Temperature Heat Sources - The Watt Committee on Energy Report No. 26 (The Watt Committee on Energy Report, No. 26)
  • 196 Pages
  • 4.70 MB
  • English

Institution of Electrical Engineers
Engines & power transmission, Power networks, systems, stations & plants, Technology, Energy Saving Technology, Technology & Industrial Arts, Science/Mathematics, Engineering - Mechanical, Reference, Heat Engine
ContributionsInstitution of Electrical Engineers (Corporate Author), A. W. Crook (Editor)
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL8282903M
ISBN 100852968353
ISBN 139780852968352

Profiting from low-grade heat represents the findings of a Working Group of the Watt Committee on Energy.

It consists of authoritative contributions which together argue that the technology already exists for much greater use of waste ('low-grade') heat during power generation and energy published: 01 Dec, We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more.

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Profiting from low-grade heat. Thermodynamic cycles for low- temperature heat sources Published on behalf of the Watt Committee on Energy, the book covers the scientific basis, engineering problems and solutions, current installations and engineering advances in the area of low grade heat.

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Print Book & E-Book. ISBNCurrent concerns with climate change have resulted in greatly increased interest in power recovery from low grade heat sources. This includes both hot fluid streams which can be expanded directly to produce mechanical power and those which act as a source of heat to closed cycle power generation systems.

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The RED-Heat-to-Power project adopts a game-changing approach that generates electricity from low grade heat in the temperature range of 40 to o C. This clean source of electricity is very flexible and can cover base load or peak load at a very competitive cost, having all the characteristics for contributing to the mix that will form the backbone of the future energy system.

May 02,  · This paper concentrates on the potential for low-grade heat recovery in the UK food and drink processing industry and reviews the best available technologies for the utilisation of this heat. An assessment of common low-grade heat sources in the industry is provided along with a discussion of the merits of each technology in each by: Opportunities for Low-Grade Heat Recovery in the UK Food Processing Industry Richard Law*, Adam Harvey, David Reay Sustainable Thermal Energy Management.

Meanwhile, low-grade heat sources are the waste heat sources, which have a temperature (T low-grade heat source) higher than the sum of the temperature of the heat sink (T sink) and the minimum allowable temperature difference in the system (ΔT min) but not high enough to break through the minimum temperature required for viable heat recovery (T viable min, which is °C).Cited by: 2.

Low- grade waste heat and low-grade heat sources have been defined in literature where the defini- tion applied in this chapter is adopted from [4].

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Low-Grade Heat Recovery Page 7 Introduction Low-grade heat recovery entails the recovery of energy from hot fluid streams under oF through power generation processes. Over a series of unit operations entailing heat exchangers, turbines, condensers, separators, and pumps, thermal energy can be converted to reusable electrical energy.

Sep 18,  · Heat Pumps, Making Use of Low Grade Heat. Posted on February 17, Heat pumps can extract their low-grade heat, needed to create useful heat transfer into the desired area, from any source above °C, although they work better the higher the temperature of the source.

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Low temperature heat contains very little capacity to do work, so the heat is qualified as waste heat and rejected to the environment. Economically most convenient is the rejection of such heat to water from a sea, lake or river.

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Closed-loop reverse electrodialysis (RED) systems that use a thermolytic solution for low-grade waste heat recovery have attracted significant attention. They have several cost benefits, e.g., the absence of repetitive pretreatment and removal of locational constraints, when compared with open-loop RED systems using seawater and river Deok Han Kim, Byung Ho Park, Kilsung Kwon, Longnan Li, Daejoong Kim.

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