Poređenje energetske i eksergetske efikasnosti poligeneracijskih i kogeneracijskih sistema

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Birol Kilkis Siir Kilkis

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U radu su opisani rezultati procene eksergije za istraživački projekat visokoefikasnog poligeneratora sa kombinovanim ciklusom EU FP6 HEGEL. U okviru ovog istraživanja izvršeno je poređenje ukupnog učinka jednog poligeneracijskog sistema visoke efikasnosti koji ima “bottoming” ciklus sa jednim kogeneracijskim sistemom, a poređenje je izvršeno sa ekološkog, tehnološkog i ekonomskog stanovišta. Rezultati pokazuju da kad efikasnost upravljanja racionalnom eksergijom raste pri poligeneraciji, energetska efikasnost u maloj meri opada i predstavlja zanimljiv problem za otpimizaciju. Projekat HEGEL je upoređen sa jednim standardnim kogeneracijskim sistemom i utvrđeno je da “bottoming” ciklus znatno više doprinosi smanjenju emisije ugljenika od kogeneracijskog sistema, iako njegova energetska efikasnost opada za nekoliko procenata.

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Kako citirati
KILKIS, Birol; KILKIS, Siir. Poređenje energetske i eksergetske efikasnosti poligeneracijskih i kogeneracijskih sistema. Zbornik Međunarodnog kongresa o KGH, [S.l.], v. 40, n. 1, p. 474-486, nov. 2019. Dostupno na: <https://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/kghk/article/view/5873>. Datum pristupa: 12 nov. 2019
Sekcija
Provođenje toplote, kogeneracija, trigeneracija

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