Publication detail

Small scale combined production of electricity, heat, cool and process steam

POSPÍŠIL, J. LISÝ, M. FIEDLER, J. CHROBOCZEK, L.

Original Title

Small scale combined production of electricity, heat, cool and process steam

English Title

Small scale combined production of electricity, heat, cool and process steam

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This contribution presents the analysis of possible utilizing of a small cogeneration unit for effective production of electricity, heat and process steam. A cogeneration unit (CHP) offers more effective utilizing of primary energy sources in comparison with separate production of electricity and heat. The studied poly-generation system consists from a cogeneration unit based on a stroke engine technology connected with an absorption cycle and a low-pressure steam generator. Low- pressure steam is led to a compressor for achievement of required steam pressure. Natural gas is considered as the most common primary energy source utilized in small-scale cogeneration units. The presented analysis respects technical parameters of a nowadays cogeneration units and synthesizes technical requirements for production of hot water, electricity, cool and process steam. This paper focuses on environmental benefit and technical assessment of presented ply-generation systems applicable in small- and mid-size technological processes.

English abstract

This contribution presents the analysis of possible utilizing of a small cogeneration unit for effective production of electricity, heat and process steam. A cogeneration unit (CHP) offers more effective utilizing of primary energy sources in comparison with separate production of electricity and heat. The studied poly-generation system consists from a cogeneration unit based on a stroke engine technology connected with an absorption cycle and a low-pressure steam generator. Low- pressure steam is led to a compressor for achievement of required steam pressure. Natural gas is considered as the most common primary energy source utilized in small-scale cogeneration units. The presented analysis respects technical parameters of a nowadays cogeneration units and synthesizes technical requirements for production of hot water, electricity, cool and process steam. This paper focuses on environmental benefit and technical assessment of presented ply-generation systems applicable in small- and mid-size technological processes.

Keywords

poly-generation, cogeneration, heat, cool, electricity, steam generation

RIV year

2007

Released

31.12.2007

Publisher

WSEAS Press

Pages from

211

Pages to

218

Pages count

8

BibTex


@article{BUT47690,
  author="Jiří {Pospíšil} and Martin {Lisý} and Jan {Fiedler} and Libor {Chroboczek}",
  title="Small scale combined production of electricity, heat, cool and process steam",
  annote="This contribution presents the analysis of possible utilizing of a small cogeneration unit for effective production of electricity, heat and process steam. A cogeneration unit (CHP) offers more effective utilizing of primary energy sources in comparison with separate production of electricity and heat. The studied poly-generation system consists from a cogeneration unit based on a stroke engine technology connected with an absorption cycle and a low-pressure steam generator. Low- pressure steam is led to a compressor for achievement of required steam pressure. Natural gas is considered as the most common primary energy source utilized in small-scale cogeneration units. The presented analysis respects technical parameters of a nowadays cogeneration units and synthesizes technical requirements for production of hot water, electricity, cool and process steam. This paper focuses on environmental benefit and technical assessment of presented ply-generation systems applicable in small- and mid-size technological processes.",
  address="WSEAS Press",
  chapter="47690",
  institution="WSEAS Press",
  journal="WSEAS e-journal Energy and Environment",
  number="4",
  volume="1",
  year="2007",
  month="december",
  pages="211--218",
  publisher="WSEAS Press",
  type="journal article - other"
}