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Year 2021, Volume 4, Issue 1, 1 - 9, 30.06.2021

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COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY

Year 2021, Volume 4, Issue 1, 1 - 9, 30.06.2021

Abstract

A thermodynamic comparison of five developed power cycles which are gas turbine (GT), Kalina (KAL), organic Rankine (ORC), gas turbine-Kalina (GT-KAL) and gas turbine-organic Rankine (GT-ORC) fed by the waste heat of an actual power plant system in Gaziantep is presented in this paper. The waste heat has a temperature and a pressure of 566 oC and 1.9 bar, respectively. In order to compare the thermodynamic performance of the power cycles, various parametric studies were performed by using the effect of the values of the pressure ratio of the cycles, the temperature of the exhaust gas, the logarithmic mean temperature difference of the heat exchangers and the turbine inlet and the outlet pressures in the given ranges. The net power output of GT, KAL, ORC, GT-KAL and GT-ORC were found to be 1095 kW, 955 kW, 585 kW, 1508 kW and 1594 kW, respectively. The thermodynamic results showed that the GT-KAL cycle has the best thermodynamic performance in terms of energetic and exergetic efficiencies such as 19.71% and 40.53%, respectively, as well as in terms of the highest net power production of 1594 kW from the available exhaust gas.

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  • E. Metin, A. Eröztürk, C. Neyim, Solid Waste Management Practices and Review of Recovery and Recycling Operations in Turkey, Waste Management, 23, 425-432, (2003).
  • J. N., Fobil, D. Carboo, N. A Armah, Evaluation of municipal solid wastes (MSW) for utilisation in energy production in developing countries, Int. J. Environmental Technology and Management, 5, 1-12, (2005).
  • R. Bove, P. Lunghi, Electric power generation from landfill gas using traditional and innovative technologies, Energy Conversion and Management, 47, 1391–1401, (2006).
  • A. Magrinho, F. Didelet, V. Semiao, Municipal solid waste disposal in Portugal, Waste Management, 26, 1477–1489, (2006).
  • Manaf L., Samah M. A., Zukki N. Municipal Solid Waste Management in Malaysia: Practices and Challenges, Waste Management, 29, 2902–2906, (2009).
  • Ağdağ O. N. Comparison of Old and New Municipal Solid Waste Management Systems in Denizli, Turkey, Waste Management, 29, 456-464, (2009).
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  • Cheng H., Hu Y. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) as a Renewable Source of Energy: Current and Future Practices in China, Bioresource Technology, 101, 3816–3824, (2010).
  • Bovea M.D., Ibáñez-Forés V., Gallardo A., Colomer-Mendoza F.J. Environmental Assessment of Alternative Municipal Solid Waste Management Strategies, A Spanish Case Study, Waste Management, 30, 2383–2395, (2010).
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  • X. Zhang, M. He and Y. Zhang, A review of research on the Kalina cycle, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (2016) 5309–5318.
  • E. Thorin, Power cycles with ammonia-water mixtures as working fluid: Analysis of different applications and the influence of thermophysical properties, Stockholm, Sweden: Royal Institute of Technology (2000).

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Primary Language English
Subjects Engineering, Mechanical, Thermodynamics
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Alperen TOZLU (Primary Author)
BAYBURT UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-2610-5279
Türkiye


Aysegul ABUSOGLU This is me
ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Türkiye


Emrah ÖZAHİ
Gaziantep University
0000-0003-3940-9500
Türkiye

Supporting Institution TUBİTAK
Project Number 114M142
Thanks This study is supported by TUBİTAK (the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey) with the project under the grant number of 114M142. The authors would like to thank TUBİTAK and CEV (Clean Energy & Vehicles) energy. In addition, I would like to express my deepest appreciation to organizing committee of TICMET19 in the selection of my study which was presented in the conference organized on 10-12 October, 2019 in Gaziantep University.
Publication Date June 30, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 4, Issue 1

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Bibtex @research article { tijmet712494, journal = {The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology}, issn = {}, eissn = {2667-4033}, address = {tijmet.info@gmail.com}, publisher = {Necip Fazıl YILMAZ}, year = {2021}, volume = {4}, pages = {1 - 9}, doi = {}, title = {COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY}, key = {cite}, author = {Tozlu, Alperen and Abusoglu, Aysegul and Özahi, Emrah} }
APA Tozlu, A. , Abusoglu, A. & Özahi, E. (2021). COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY . The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology , 4 (1) , 1-9 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tijmet/issue/59599/712494
MLA Tozlu, A. , Abusoglu, A. , Özahi, E. "COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY" . The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology 4 (2021 ): 1-9 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tijmet/issue/59599/712494>
Chicago Tozlu, A. , Abusoglu, A. , Özahi, E. "COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY". The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology 4 (2021 ): 1-9
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ISNAD Tozlu, Alperen , Abusoglu, Aysegul , Özahi, Emrah . "COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY". The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology 4 / 1 (June 2021): 1-9 .
AMA Tozlu A. , Abusoglu A. , Özahi E. COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY. TIJMET. 2021; 4(1): 1-9.
Vancouver Tozlu A. , Abusoglu A. , Özahi E. COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY. The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology. 2021; 4(1): 1-9.
IEEE A. Tozlu , A. Abusoglu and E. Özahi , "COMPARISON OF FIVE DEVELOPED POWER CYCLES IN THE FRAME OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY", The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 1-9, Jun. 2021