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exergetic analysis steam turbine 1 inlet and 2 outlets
 
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A well-insulated steam turbine operates at steady-state with one inlet and two outlets. The properties are given in the table. Determine the (a) power developed (b) rate of exergy destruction (c) exergetic efficiency
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Engineering Thermodynamics :Exergy Analysis: Flow Processes
 
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The general concept of Exergetic efficiency - also called the second law efficiency -- is explained. It is then applied to the analysis of a turbine and a heat exchanger. .
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Termodynamics: Exergy Analysis Biomass Power Plant with Production Supercritical CO2
 
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Exergy Analysis of a Biomass Power Plant with Supercritical CO2 Production for Geological Storage The course is organized as a series of lectures covering the following structured topics: 1. Energy transition and climate change 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis 4. Biomass and biogas power plants 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil
Views: 705 Prof. P. Seleghim
EXERGY and Why Exergy Analysis is better than Energy for any process and operation.
 
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Why Exergy Analysis is better than Energy for any process and operation. A presentation on topic "Exergy" and how it is useful for industry and helps in dealing with various environmental issues and leads us to a sustainable development. The lecture delivered on the date of 14th April 2016 in Department of Chemical Engineering, Sant Longowal institute of Engineering & Tech. ,Longowal (Pb.)
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Techno-Economical Analysis of Energy Generation Power Plants
 
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The course is organized as a series of lectures covering the following structured topics: 1. Energy transition and climate change 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis 4. Biomass and biogas power plants 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil
Views: 1123 Prof. P. Seleghim
Exergy analysis of power plant and evaluation of silica scaling potential
 
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Exergy analysis of power plant and evaluation of silica scaling potential for optimum utilization of high temperature of geothermal fluid
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Exergy Analysis of a Biomass Power Plant Integrated to a Carbon Capture and Sotarage System 1/2
 
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Prof. Paulo Seleghim / University of Sao Paulo LBE5010 Energias Renováveis e Planejamento Energético / às segundas, 14h00 às 17h00 SEM0397 Modelagem e Simulação de Sistemas Térmicos / às quartas, 7h30 às 10h00 SEM0571 - Sistemas Térmicos e Fluídicos / às quartas, 7h30 às 10h00 SEM0551 122018 Fenômenos de Transporte / às sextas, 10h10 às 12h00
Views: 138 Prof. P. Seleghim
Exergy Destruction in a Steam Turbine
 
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Schematic and States: 0:08 Work Developed: 1:41 Energy Balance: 2:50 Entropy Generation: 4:13 Entropy Balance: 4:47 Exergy Destruction: 6:13 Calculate a) work developed and b) exergy destruction in a steam turbine. Thermodynamics
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Lec-20 Vapors Power Cycle-I
 
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Lecture Series on Basic Thermodynamics by Prof.S.K. Som, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Thermodynamics: Introduction to Exergy
 
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EXERGETIC ANALYSIS: integrating the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics Energy Sankey Diagram How to maximize the conversion efficiency of an energy vector to useful energy ? (electricity, kinetic energy, etc.) the capacity to generate work is a COMBINED property of the thermodynamic state of the system (P and T) and the environment ! Available energy Exergetic energy Availability Reversible work
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Exergy Analysis of a Biomass Power Plant Integrated to a Carbon Capture and Sotarage System 2/2
 
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Prof. Paulo Seleghim / University of Sao Paulo LBE5010 Energias Renováveis e Planejamento Energético / às segundas, 14h00 às 17h00 SEM0397 Modelagem e Simulação de Sistemas Térmicos / às quartas, 7h30 às 10h00 SEM0571 - Sistemas Térmicos e Fluídicos / às quartas, 7h30 às 10h00 SEM0551 122018 Fenômenos de Transporte / às sextas, 10h10 às 12h00
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Thermodynamics: Conversion of Thermal Energy: Context and Theoretical Framework
 
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The course is organized as a series of lectures covering the following structured topics: 1. Energy transition and climate change 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis 4. Biomass and biogas power plants 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil
Views: 382 Prof. P. Seleghim
Siefert Lecture#3 Exergy
 
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Here is lecture#3 from the Spring 2014 course I'm teaching at CMU titled Adv. Power Plant Design. The goal of the course is to explain how to design baseload fossil fuel power plants that meet the EPA's proposed regulations on CO2 emissions. The focus of this lecture is an introduction to the concept of Exergy and Exergy Destruction. In the future, I'll be adding a link to the location where you can find the class notes and HW's for the course.
Views: 382 Nicholas Siefert
Lect 01 | Ch07: Exergy Analysis | Part01
 
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المحاضر: عمار عمر عمار قويشة قسم الهندسة الميكانيكية والصناعية جامعة طرابلس - ليبيا المحاضرة: Exergy Analysis التاريخ: 18/مارس/2018
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Organic Rankine Cycle operation - EXERGY
 
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EXERGY designs, manufactures, supplies and operates Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems for geothermal, waste heat recovery, biomass and solar (CSP). EXERGY are unique in having the extremely efficient organic Radial Outflow Turbine. ORC systems are the best solution when the enthalpy level of the heat source is low, or if the size of the application is too small for a steam power plant to be the most efficient solution. The plant configuration & thermodynamic principles at its basis are the same, but the ORC advantages are based on the differing thermodynamic properties of the single organic fluid. The fluid is chosen to best fit the heat source, thus obtaining higher efficiencies. For more information visit the Exergy website - www.exergy-orc.com
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Thermodynamics: EXERGETIC ANALYSIS: Separation Processes
 
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The course is organized as a series of lectures covering the following structured topics: 1. Energy transition and climate change 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis 4. Biomass and biogas power plants 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil
Views: 270 Prof. P. Seleghim
Engineering Thermodynamics --Exergy Analysis (contd.)
 
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The complete solution of the problem of "Exergy analysis of a refrigeration plant" presented in the previous lecture is discussed.
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Hydroelectric and Wind Power Plants
 
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A COURSE ON RENEWABLE ENERGIES AND ENERGY PLANNING - Thursday 02:00 PM 1. Energy transition and climate change; 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants; 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis; 4. Biomass and biogas power plants; 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems; 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants; 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes; 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass; 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage; 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil.
Views: 254 Prof. P. Seleghim
Thermosolar Power Plants
 
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Conceptual design of a Thermosolar power plant Celestial mechanics Collectors / concentrators of solar energy (primary) Fixed panels Heliostats Thermal energy storage to assure dispatchability Thermodynamic conversion cycle (secondary) Solar tower + heliostats Liner collators (Fresnel) Parabolic trough Parabolic disk + Stirling Sizing the collectors / arbitrated performance thermal storage system Tracking the sun Milankovitch cycles celestial equator solstice equinox EQUATORIAL COORDINATES HORIZONTAL COORDINATES elevation azimuth declination hour angle solar vector Solar energy losses solar constant spherical model Air mass coefficient orbital cycles Orbital eccentricity Orbital eccentricity obliquity precession The course is organized as a series of lectures covering the following structured topics: 1. Energy transition and climate change 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis 4. Biomass and biogas power plants 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil
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Optimized operation of hydroelectric power plants
 
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A COURSE ON RENEWABLE ENERGIES AND ENERGY PLANNING - Thursday 02:00 PM The course is organized as a series of lectures covering the following structured topics: 1. Energy transition and climate change 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis 4. Biomass and biogas power plants 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil
Views: 384 Prof. P. Seleghim
Exergy Video
 
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Exergy is a revolutionary approach to a localized energy marketplace. Combining new technologies and innovative methods for capitalizing on energy and data, creating a smarter and more efficient solution.
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ASPEN PLUS : Exergy and Exergy Derstruction Analysis
 
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Exergy analysi by Aspen Plus
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Exergy: Set the Data Free
 
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Exergy™ is a distributed ledger system combining software and hardware layers, a token system for permitting data, and an architecture that advances market design and technology in tandem. Through our blockchain software, Exergy creates secure data pathways for decentralized markets, peer-to-peer transactions, predictive analytics, micro-hedging and other applications that are only beginning to be explored.
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Aspen Plus Toturial: Organic Rankine Cycle Simulation
 
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Simulation of ORC with Aspen Plus.
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EXERGY PLANT REFERENCES 2017
 
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Discover EXERGY's plant around the world for efficient green power generation
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ME4293 Brayton Cycle 1 Spring2015
 
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gas turbine power plant 2:17 air standard Brayton cycle 5:51 cold air eqns, isentropic efficiencies 8:39 problem, Brayton cycle 27:20 excel soln to problem 38:11 clicker questions 39:24
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Siefert Lecture#3 Exergy WithVoice
 
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Here is lecture#3 from the Spring 2014 course I'm teaching at CMU titled Adv. Power Plant Design. The goal of the course is to explain how to design baseload fossil fuel power plants that meet the EPA's proposed regulations on CO2 emissions. The focus of this lecture is an introduction to the concept of Exergy and Exergy Destruction. In the future, I'll be adding a link to the location where you can find the class notes and HW's for the course. Note that there are some typos in the final slide. The value of the standard entropy of formation of H2 is 130.7 J/mol*K. Also, the value for the partial pressure of H2,CO,&CH4 in the environment (for use in the exergy calculations is incorrect.) Correct values can be found in the final slides of the following presentation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ1mSrj_vCM&feature=youtu.be
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Exergy Analysis of the Separation Processes / Prof. P. Seleghim / University of Sao Paulo
 
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Prof. Paulo Seleghim / University of Sao Paulo LBE5010 Energias Renováveis e Planejamento Energético / às segundas, 14h00 às 17h00 SEM0397 Modelagem e Simulação de Sistemas Térmicos / às quartas, 7h30 às 10h00 SEM0233 122018 Fenômenos de Transporte / às sextas, 10h10 às 12h00
Views: 110 Prof. P. Seleghim
Rankine Cycle  (Simple and Basic)
 
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The video simply explains the Rankine Cycle in Thermodynamics. Rankine Cycle is one of the cycle in Thermodynamics that contributes a big impact into our society by providing electricity in the Industries and in our Residence. Rankine Cycle in Thermodynamics is also one of the major subjects in the Engineering courses or curriculum and this video teaches you the basic things about this cycle. Rankine Cycle is a fun thing to study to. Rankine Cycle was named after a Scottish polymath and Glasgow University Professor, William John Macquorn Rankine It is a Vapor Power Cycle Power Cycle is a cycle which uses heat to generate work and since it’s a vapour cycle, it uses the vapour phase or in this case steam to rotate the blades of the turbine. It actually utilizes the heat energy contained in coal, oil, or natural gas and then converts it into mechanical energy and eventually electrical energy. Which of course provides electricity in our city and in our homes. One of the best definition for this cycle is that it Closely describes the process of Steam Turbine Systems and is Derived from the Carnot Cycle. The most efficient thermodynamic cycle which tells us that power is dependent on the temperature difference between a heat source and cold source, which is our surroundings. The higher the difference, the more mechanical power can be efficiently extracted out of heat energy. So now let’s talk about the variants or the Types of Rankine Cycle. We have a REHEAT RANKINE CYCLE , it is a cycle which we introduced the exhausted steam back into the boiler to reheat it) We also have a REGENERATIVE RANKINE CYCLE, we bled a part of the steam into heat exchangers to preheat the feedwater before entering the boiler) There is also an ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE, it uses an organic high molecular mass fluid with a boiling point occurring at lower temperature than the water-steam phase change. A SUPERCRITICAL RANKINE CYCLE is also one of the types, Water is the working fluid and it is operated at above its critical pressure. So those are the types of Rankine Cycle, but here on this video we will only discuss the most basic and fundamental of this cycle, the IDEAL RANKINE CYCLE. We must be aware that this operates slightly different than the REAL RANKINE CYCLE This is a REVERSIBLE CYCLE, common source of irreversibilities are neglected such as frictional pressure drops and undesired heat transfer with the surroundings A constant pressure or isobaric process and constant entropy or isentropic process is used for the equipments involve on this cycle. The working fluid is WATER, it will undergo a closed loop and will be reused constantly So by the way Why do we use WATER as the working fluid? Well, simply because it is NOT TOXIC, NOT REACTIVE, HIGHLY ABUNDANT, LOW COST, and GOOD THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES. To make a rankine cycle, we need 4 processes (Process 1-2 for the Boiler, Process 2-3 for the Turbine, Process 3-4 for Condenser, and finally process 4-1 for the Pump). Watch the video of Rankine Cycle to learn this cycle in a simple and fun way. If you think we made a mistake, please let us know or write on the comment section. Thank you!
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CST for Gas Turbine Cycle CO2 Power Generation matlab/simulink model
 
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This model is about power generation by the use of concentrated solar tower system (CST) combined with Gas Turbine Cycle (GTC) with CO2 working gas. User can assign the grid needed power in order to obtain all design aspects such as: 1-CST field design (area, No. of mirrors, tower height, etc..). 2-Design aspects for GTC. 3-Energy, and Exergy streams are calculated. 4-CO2 fluid is used through the GTC. All cycles are prepared for dynamic and fixed point modeling. All cycles are designed for electric power generation. Model download: https://www.redslibrary.com/product-page/cst-for-co2-gas-turbine-cycle-power-generation Shop with us: https://www.redslibrary.com/shop Follow us: https://www.facebook.com/redslibrary/ Our channel: https://www.redslibrary.com/videos
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Efficiency improvement of power plant-2
 
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This video contains second part of the energy production from wastes through Efficiency improvement of power plant of the course Waste to Energy Conversion. It includes discussion on the following: • Energy analysis of steam process (boiler) • Types of turbines and their cycles for power generation • Working of combined cycle and efficiency improvement • Efficiency calculation through thermodynamic laws
[HINDI] EXERGY ~ AVAILABLE ENERGY ~ AVAILABILITY ~ SOME KEY CONCEPTS OF THERMODYNAMICS
 
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Like us on fb : search for MECHANICAL GURU in facebook Hello dosto mera name h Ankit Ras aur le k aaya hu appk lia Mechanical Guru ka ek aur latest episode aur ajj hum baat karenge ; contents : Exergy , available energy or availability k bare m jo ki thermodynamics ka bahoot hi important topic h. Some key concepts of thermodynamics Mujhe ummed h appko Mechanical Guru ka yeh episode pasand aaya hoga aur pasand aaye toh mere channel ko like , share aur subscribe jarrur karren kyuki m appk lia roj aisehi acchi videos le k aata rehta hu. Jai javan , jai kisan
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EXERGY Radial Outflow Turbine for a Geothermal Binary Plant - Bagnore Italy for Enel Green Power
 
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This video is an oveview of the world's first Radial Outflow Turbine installed in a geothermal binary plant. The plant was installed by Italian engineering company EXERGY for Italian power company ENEL Green Power. The plant is a giant leap forward for green energy and was designed and produced in Italy thanks to the innovation of Italian engineering firm EXERGY. The EXERGY turbine in operation at the Enel Green Power plant provides superior energy efficiency compared to traditional solutions. This is due to EXERGY's technological innovation which allows access to the geothermal sources previously thought unusable, due to their low temperature of the primary fluid (100-180 degrees). The plant installed in Bagnore is of a binary type and uses a heat exchanger to transfer heat from the primary fluid (water mixed with steam) that comes out from the well to a secondary organic fluid. This vaporizes and turns the turbine connected to the alternator. The primary fluid is reintroduced into the ground while the cycle ORC itself is closed. The Bagnore plant, which uses a previously untapped spring, produces electricity with zero impact to approximately 2500 households, avoiding the emission of 4,200 tons of CO2 and the consumption of 1,600 tons of oil equivalent.
Views: 3478 Exergy S.p.A
Energy Balance Around a Turbine
 
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Performs an energy balance around a turbine accounting for flow work and shows how flow work can be lumped into the enthalpy term. Made by faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Check out our Thermodynamics playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/LearnChemE/playlists?shelf_id=11&view=50&sort=dd Are you using a textbook? Check out our website for videos organized by topic and by chapter: http://www.learncheme.com/screencasts/thermodynamics
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Exergy / Availability Analysis of Engine Processes
 
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The lecture was given at BUET Mechanical Engineering Department 26/11/2017. The content of the lecture was taken from the book Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals by John B. Heywood, Chapter 5, Page 186-188
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Energy Planning and Investments in Brazil
 
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A COURSE ON RENEWABLE ENERGIES AND ENERGY PLANNING - Thursday 02:00 PM FENÔMENOS DE TRANSPORTE - Sexta 10:00 AM Prof. Paulo Seleghim Jr. / University of São Paulo 1. Energy transition and climate change; 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants; 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis; 4. Biomass and biogas power plants; 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems; 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants; 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes; 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass; 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage; 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil.
Views: 292 Prof. P. Seleghim
STEAM & WATER ANALYSIS SYSTEM (SWAS ) || With Andrie Wongso Music
 
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I&C -General Information ( SWAS System) II www.meenutech.com
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Solving a Steam Turbine Problem
 
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Explains the steps to determine work and outlet conditions for an irreversible steam turbine. Made by faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Reviewed by faculty from other academic institutions. Check out our Thermodynamics playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/LearnChemE/playlists?shelf_id=11&view=50&sort=dd Are you using a textbook? Check out our website for videos organized by topic and by chapter: http://www.learncheme.com/screencasts/thermodynamics
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Exergy Radial Outflow Turbine technology
 
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This video is a detailed description of Radial Outflow Turbine technology. The Radial Outflow Turbine is an innovative and pioneering example of technology developed by EXERGY. The technology is covered by many existing and pending patents and is the first turbine of its kind to be utilized in an ORC system. For a more detailed look at the Radial Outflow Turbine and Organic Rankine Cycle systems visit EXERGY at www.exergy-orc.com
Views: 6899 Exergy S.p.A
Second Law Efficiency
 
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Second Law Efficiency Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Er. Himanshu Vasishta, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
Second Law Analysis of a Turbine
 
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Topics covered: First Law, Exergy Balance, Second Law Efficiency, Stream Exergy
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Intro Rankine cycle
 
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review Carnot vapor power cycle 0:01 Ts diagram for Carnot 4:11 ideal Rankine cycle 9:22 Ts diagram for Rankine 12:17 compare T & P Carnot and Rankine 15:56 compare w & q & eff & bwr Carnot and Rankine 18:12
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