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الأحد، 23 مارس، 2014

Practical Applications and Usage of Dissipated Energy

Title             :   Practical Applications and Usage of Dissipated Energy
Author        Hany Helmy Abd El-ShafyEl-Hadad
Collection   M.Eng. Mechanics 

Abstract:  
Cogeneration is an ideal method of power production for applications which require both heat and power simultaneously; hence the name combined heat power (CHP). Design studies of cogeneration systems for specific application in naval ship are presented. The results indicate the economic feasibility of such installations and how much energy can be saved. It is shown that an essential requirement for cogeneration is the proper matching of power and heat demands. The study is of a combined power and heating system for a NAVAL SHIP which requires both heat source and power for its various needs. The cogeneration system which was designed for this application consisted of a conventional turbo-charged compression ignition engine with heat exchanger from its jacket water and engine cooling systems. When the cogeneration system is inadequate to meet the electricity demands, the excess power would be bought from the grid supply.

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