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ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY

Year 2021, Volume 4, Issue 2, 133 - 146, 31.12.2021

Abstract

In this study, an assessment and comparison of the Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) systems in maritime industries are made in detail in terms of energy, environment, and economy (3E) analysis. WHR systems are assessed according to types and stroke engines, thermodynamic cycles, waste heat source, types of fluid, heat exchangers, and the pollutants released into the atmosphere by the exhaust gas. Furthermore, while examining WHR systems, criteria such as feasibility, initial investment costs, depreciation periods, depreciation rates, possible energy recovery are considered. It is noteworthy that such an assessment has not been conducted so far in the comprehensive literature researches. Therefore, this study will determine the most appropriate waste heat recovery systems in marine industries.

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  • Larsen, U., Sigthorsson, O., and Haglind, F., A Comparison of Advanced Heat Recovery Power Cycles ın a Combined Cycle for Large Ships, Energy, 2014, 74:260-268.
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  • Yu, Z., Liang, Y., and Li, W., A Waste Heat-Driven Cooling System Based on Combined Organic Rankine and Vapour Compression Refrigeration Cycles, Appl. Sci., 2019, 9(20).
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  • Pallis, P., Varvagiannis, E., Braimakis, K., Roumpedakis, T., Leontaritis, A. D., and Karellas, S., Development, Experimental Testing and Techno-Economic Assessment of a Fully Automated Marine Organic Rankine Cycle Prototype for Jacket Cooling Water Heat Recovery, Energy, 2021, 228(August):120596.
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  • Shu, G., Liang, Y., Wei, H., Tian, H., Zhao, J., and Liu, L., A Review of Waste Heat Recovery on Two-Stroke IC Engine Aboard Ships, Renew. Sustain. Energy Rev., 2013, 19:385-401.
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  • Theotokatos, G., and Livanos, G., Techno-Economical Analysis of Single Pressure Exhaust Gas Waste Heat Recovery Systems in Marine Propulsion Plants, Proc. Inst. Mech. Eng. Part M J. Eng. Marit. Environ., 2013, 227(2):83-97.
  • Nielsen, R. F., Haglind, F., and Larsen, U., Design and Modeling of an Advanced Marine Machinery System Including Waste Heat Recovery and Removal of Sulphur Oxides, Energy Convers. Manag., 2014, 85:687-693.
  • Cheng, Z., Wang, Y., Sun, Q., Wang, J., Zhao, P., and Dai, Y., Thermodynamic Analysis of a Novel Ammonia-Water Cogeneration System for Maritime Diesel Engines, ASME Turbo Expo 2020: Turbomachinery Technical Conference and Exposition, 2021, January.
  • Sakalis, G., Investigation of Supercritical CO2 Cycles Potential for Marine Diesel Engine Waste Heat Recovery Applications, Applied Thermal Engineering, 2021, 195:117201.
  • Cao, T., Lee, H., Hwang, Y., Radermacher, R., and Chun, H. H., Modeling of Waste Heat Powered Energy System for Container Ships, Energy, 2016, 106:408-421.
  • Vélez, F., Segovia, J. J., Martín, M. C., G. Antolín, Chejne, F., and Quijano A., A Technical, Economical and Market Review of Organic Rankine Cycles for The Conversion Of Low-Grade Heat for Power Generation, Renew. Sustain. Energy Rev., 2012, 16(6):4175-4189.
  • Bashan, V., and Kokkulunk, G., Exergoeconomic and Air Emission Analyses for Marine Refrigeration with Waste Heat Recovery System: A Case Study, Journal of Marine Engineering & Technology, 2020, 19:3.
  • Kyriakidis, F., Sørensen, K., Singh, S., and Condra, T., Modeling and Optimization of Integrated Exhaust Gas Recirculation and Multi-Stage Waste Heat Recovery in Marine Engines, Energy Convers. Manag., 2017, 151(March):286-295.
  • Suárez, S. F., Roberge, D., and Greig, A. R., Safety and CO2 Emissions: Implications of Using Organic Fluids in a Ship's Waste Heat Recovery System, Mar. Policy, 2017, 75:191-203.
  • Ouyang, T., Su, Z., Wang, F., Jing, B., Huang, H., and Wei, Q., Efficient and Sustainable Design for Demand-Supply and Deployment of Waste Heat and Cold Energy Recovery in Marine Natural Gas Engines, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2020, 274(20): 123004.
  • Mirolli, M. D., Ammonia-Water Based Thermal Conversion Technology: Applications in Waste Heat Recovery for The Cement Industry, IEEE Cem. Ind. Tech. Conf. Rec., 2007, 234-241.
  • Babicz, J., Ship Technology, HELSINKI: Wärtsilä Encyclopedia, 2015.

Year 2021, Volume 4, Issue 2, 133 - 146, 31.12.2021

Abstract

References

  • Kayabasi, E., and Kurt, H., Simulation of Heat Exchangers and Heat Exchanger Networks with an Economic Aspect, Engineering Science and Technology, An International Journal'21, 2018, 21(1):70-76.
  • WTO, World Trade Statistical Review 2019, World Trade Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, 2019.
  • UNCTAD, Review of Maritime Transport, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, 2019, October.
  • Uysal, F., and Sagiroglu, S., The Effects of a Pneumatic-Driven Variable Valve Timing Mechanism on the Performance of an Otto Engine, Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 2015, 61(11):632-640
  • Endresen, Ø., and Sørgard, E., Emission from International Sea Transportation and Environmental Impact, J. Geophys. Res. D Atmos., 2003, 108(17).
  • IMO, Ships Face Lower Sulphur Fuel Requirements in Emission Control Areas, International Maritime Organization, 2015, January.
  • Barret, C., An Analysis of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Limit, İEA, 2018.
  • Oikawa, K., Yongsiri, C., Takeda, K., and Harimoto, T., Seawater Flue Gas Desulfurization: It's Technical Implications and Performance Results, Environ. Prog., 2003, 22(1):67:73.
  • Stavrakaki, A., Jonge, E. D., Hugi, C., Whall, C., Minchin, W., Ritchie, A., and McIntyre, A., Service Contract on Ship Emissions: Assignment, Abatement and Market-based Instruments, European Commission Directorate General Environment, 2015, August.
  • Ozcan, H., and Kayabasi, E., Thermodynamic and Economic Analysis of a Synthetic Fuel Production Plant via CO2 Hydrogenation Using Waste Heat from an Iron-Steel Facility, Energy Conversion and Management, 2021, May:114074.
  • Baldi, F., and Gabrielii, C., A Feasibility Analysis of Waste Heat Recovery Systems for Marine Applications, Energy, 2015, 80:654-665.
  • MAN Diesel and Turbo, Thermo Efficiency System (TES)—for Reduction of Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emission, MAN B&W Diesel A/S: Copenhagen, Denmark, 2014, October.
  • Karslen, B. H., Rules for Ships, GL DNV, 2020.
  • Larsen, U., Sigthorsson, O., and Haglind, F., A Comparison of Advanced Heat Recovery Power Cycles ın a Combined Cycle for Large Ships, Energy, 2014, 74:260-268.
  • Singh, D. V., and Pedersen, E., A Review of Waste Heat Recovery Technologies for Maritime Applications, Energy Convers, 2016, 111:315-328.
  • Yu, Z., Liang, Y., and Li, W., A Waste Heat-Driven Cooling System Based on Combined Organic Rankine and Vapour Compression Refrigeration Cycles, Appl. Sci., 2019, 9(20).
  • Bellolio, S., Lemort, V., and Rigo, P., Organic Rankine Cycle Systems for Waste Heat Recovery in Marine Applications, SCC Int. Conf. Shipp. Chang. Clim., 2015.
  • Pallis, P., Varvagiannis, E., Braimakis, K., Roumpedakis, T., Leontaritis, A. D., and Karellas, S., Development, Experimental Testing and Techno-Economic Assessment of a Fully Automated Marine Organic Rankine Cycle Prototype for Jacket Cooling Water Heat Recovery, Energy, 2021, 228(August):120596.
  • Salmi, W., Vanttola, J., Elg, M., Kuosa, M., and Lahdelma, R., Using Waste Heat of Ship as Energy Source for an Absorption Refrigeration System, Applied Thermal Engineering, 2017, 115(March):501-516
  • Cao, T., Lee, H., Hwang, Y., Radermacher, R., and Chun, H., Performance Investigation of Engine Waste Heat Powered Absorption Cycle Cooling System for Shipboard Applications, Appl. Therm. Eng., 2015, 90:820-830.
  • Ng, C. W., Tam, I. C. K., and Wu, D., System Modelling of Organic Rankine Cycle for Waste Energy Recovery System in Marine Applications, Energy Procedia, 2019, 158:1955-1961.
  • Baldasso, E., Andreasen, J. G., Mondejar, M. E., Larsen, U., and Haglind, F., Technical and Economic Feasibility of Organic Rankine Cycle-Based Waste Heat Recovery Systems on Feeder Ships: Impact of Nitrogen Oxides Emission Abatement Technologies, Energy Convers. Manag., 2019, 183:577-589.
  • Song, J., Thermodynamic Analysis and Performance Optimization of an Organic Rankine Cycle (Orc) Waste Heat Recovery System for Marine Diesel Engines, Energy, 2015, 82:976-985.
  • Larsen, U., System Analysis and Optimisation of a Kalina Split-Cycle for Waste Heat Recovery on Large Marine Diesel Engines, Energy, 2014, 64:484-494.
  • Shu, G., Liang, Y., Wei, H., Tian, H., Zhao, J., and Liu, L., A Review of Waste Heat Recovery on Two-Stroke IC Engine Aboard Ships, Renew. Sustain. Energy Rev., 2013, 19:385-401.
  • Jong, J. Y., Rim, C. H., Choi, M. S., and Om, H. C., Comprehensive Evaluation of Marine Waste Heat Recovery Technologies Based on Hierarchy-Grey Correlation Analysis, Journal of Ocean Engineering and Science, 2019, 4(4):308-316.
  • Wärtsilä, Marine and Oil & Gas Markets Table of Contents, Online Wärtsilä Encyclopedia, 2016.
  • Kuiken, K., The Diesel Engines: for Ship Propulsion and Power Plants. Onnen: Target Global Energy Training. 2008.
  • Theotokatos, G., and Livanos, G., Techno-Economical Analysis of Single Pressure Exhaust Gas Waste Heat Recovery Systems in Marine Propulsion Plants, Proc. Inst. Mech. Eng. Part M J. Eng. Marit. Environ., 2013, 227(2):83-97.
  • Nielsen, R. F., Haglind, F., and Larsen, U., Design and Modeling of an Advanced Marine Machinery System Including Waste Heat Recovery and Removal of Sulphur Oxides, Energy Convers. Manag., 2014, 85:687-693.
  • Cheng, Z., Wang, Y., Sun, Q., Wang, J., Zhao, P., and Dai, Y., Thermodynamic Analysis of a Novel Ammonia-Water Cogeneration System for Maritime Diesel Engines, ASME Turbo Expo 2020: Turbomachinery Technical Conference and Exposition, 2021, January.
  • Sakalis, G., Investigation of Supercritical CO2 Cycles Potential for Marine Diesel Engine Waste Heat Recovery Applications, Applied Thermal Engineering, 2021, 195:117201.
  • Cao, T., Lee, H., Hwang, Y., Radermacher, R., and Chun, H. H., Modeling of Waste Heat Powered Energy System for Container Ships, Energy, 2016, 106:408-421.
  • Vélez, F., Segovia, J. J., Martín, M. C., G. Antolín, Chejne, F., and Quijano A., A Technical, Economical and Market Review of Organic Rankine Cycles for The Conversion Of Low-Grade Heat for Power Generation, Renew. Sustain. Energy Rev., 2012, 16(6):4175-4189.
  • Bashan, V., and Kokkulunk, G., Exergoeconomic and Air Emission Analyses for Marine Refrigeration with Waste Heat Recovery System: A Case Study, Journal of Marine Engineering & Technology, 2020, 19:3.
  • Kyriakidis, F., Sørensen, K., Singh, S., and Condra, T., Modeling and Optimization of Integrated Exhaust Gas Recirculation and Multi-Stage Waste Heat Recovery in Marine Engines, Energy Convers. Manag., 2017, 151(March):286-295.
  • Suárez, S. F., Roberge, D., and Greig, A. R., Safety and CO2 Emissions: Implications of Using Organic Fluids in a Ship's Waste Heat Recovery System, Mar. Policy, 2017, 75:191-203.
  • Ouyang, T., Su, Z., Wang, F., Jing, B., Huang, H., and Wei, Q., Efficient and Sustainable Design for Demand-Supply and Deployment of Waste Heat and Cold Energy Recovery in Marine Natural Gas Engines, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2020, 274(20): 123004.
  • Mirolli, M. D., Ammonia-Water Based Thermal Conversion Technology: Applications in Waste Heat Recovery for The Cement Industry, IEEE Cem. Ind. Tech. Conf. Rec., 2007, 234-241.
  • Babicz, J., Ship Technology, HELSINKI: Wärtsilä Encyclopedia, 2015.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Engineering, Mechanical
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Hasan Mithat DELİBAŞ> (Primary Author)
HASAN KALYONCU UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
0000-0003-3353-8600
Türkiye


Erhan KAYABAŞI>
KARABUK UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PR.
0000-0002-3603-6211
Türkiye

Publication Date December 31, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 4, Issue 2

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Bibtex @review { tijmet1025288, journal = {The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology}, eissn = {2667-4033}, address = {tijmet.info@gmail.com}, publisher = {Necip Fazıl YILMAZ}, year = {2021}, volume = {4}, number = {2}, pages = {133 - 146}, title = {ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY}, key = {cite}, author = {Delibaş, Hasan Mithat and Kayabaşı, Erhan} }
APA Delibaş, H. M. & Kayabaşı, E. (2021). ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY . The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology , 4 (2) , 133-146 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tijmet/issue/63401/1025288
MLA Delibaş, H. M. , Kayabaşı, E. "ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY" . The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology 4 (2021 ): 133-146 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tijmet/issue/63401/1025288>
Chicago Delibaş, H. M. , Kayabaşı, E. "ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY". The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology 4 (2021 ): 133-146
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ISNAD Delibaş, Hasan Mithat , Kayabaşı, Erhan . "ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY". The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology 4 / 2 (December 2021): 133-146 .
AMA Delibaş H. M. , Kayabaşı E. ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY. TIJMET. 2021; 4(2): 133-146.
Vancouver Delibaş H. M. , Kayabaşı E. ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY. The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology. 2021; 4(2): 133-146.
IEEE H. M. Delibaş and E. Kayabaşı , "ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY ASSESSMENT OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY", The International Journal of Materials and Engineering Technology, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 133-146, Dec. 2021