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الأربعاء، 5 نوفمبر، 2014

Performance of Regenerated Air Preheater Unit 300 MW :Damanhour Power Station

Title: Performance of Regenerated Air Preheater Unit 300 MW :Damanhour Power Station  
Author        : Mohamed Hamza Mohamed Hamza
Collection   : M. Eng. Mechanics
Abstract:
 For as long as energy is the largest source of human interest and occupancy of special concern since the beginning of the industrial revolution and enter the era of machines and its substitution in all aspects of life, since then, scientific research is trying hard to provide energy sources for the evolution of life and human development, and for two centuries the fossil fuels (coal and oil) are the main source of energy on the surface of our planet.
But twenty-one century's man was obliged to replace this as the primary source because of declining oil reserves with the growing demand, leading to increase in price, the second reason is the emissions produced by the combustion of petroleum and coal gas harmful to the environment has led to environmental pollution and global climate change appeared evident at the phenomenon of global warming.
Until alternatives to oil is out from the scope of academic research and experimentation and become ready for commercial application, we are obliged to improve our use of traditional fuels (fossil) as stipulated in the Copenhagen agreement at the end of meetings of the Global Environment in Copenhagen 7-12 December 2009, with the major industrialized countries pledged to reduce emissions beyond the results of burning fossil fuels, particularly carbon dioxide to cut rates up to 19% in the case of the United States and 40% for China by 2020 .
· Expansion of clean energy projects (wind, solar, …….)
· Make the most of the energy generated from traditional fuels (fossil) by raising the efficiency of the units operating in this type of fuel. If we take this approach which is to raise the efficiency of the units of traditional fuel, we
find ourselves deeply interested in the application of this in Egypt, where electrical power plants consume the equivalent of 60% of traditional fuel (natural gas and petroleum byproducts of fuel oil and diesel) so we are strongly interested in studying the performance of those units and it's efficiencies.

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