Conventional and advanced exergetic analyses applied to a combined cycle power plant

@inproceedings{Petrakopoulou2012ConventionalAA,
  title={Conventional and advanced exergetic analyses applied to a combined cycle power plant},
  author={Fontina Petrakopoulou and George Tsatsaronis and Tatiana Morosuk and Anna Carassai},
  year={2012}
}
  • Fontina Petrakopoulou, George Tsatsaronis, +1 author Anna Carassai
  • Published 2012
  • Engineering
  • Conventional exergy-based methods pinpoint components and processes with high irreversibilities. However, they lack certain insight. For a given advanced technological state, there is a minimum level of exergy destruction related to technological and/or economic constraints that is unavoidable. Furthermore, in any thermodynamic system, exergy destruction stems from both component interactions (exogenous) and component inefficiencies (endogenous). To overcome the limitations of the conventional… CONTINUE READING

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