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Thermodynamic investigation of waste heat recovery with subcritical and supercritical low temperature Organic Rankine Cycle based on natural refrigerants and their binary mixtures

@inproceedings{Braimakis2014ThermodynamicIO,
  title={Thermodynamic investigation of waste heat recovery with subcritical and supercritical low temperature Organic Rankine Cycle based on natural refrigerants and their binary mixtures},
  author={Konstantinos L. Braimakis and Aris-Dimitrios Leontaritis and M. Prei{\ss}inger and Sotirios Karellas and D. Br{\"u}ggemann and K. Panopoulos},
  year={2014}
}
  • Konstantinos L. Braimakis, Aris-Dimitrios Leontaritis, +3 authors K. Panopoulos
  • Published 2014
  • Environmental Science
  • The Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) is widely considered as a very promising technology in the field of low temperature waste heat-to-power conversion and has already been implemented in various industrial scale applications. This work aims to investigate the waste heat recovery (WHR) potential from low grade industrial processes using the ORC and some of its innovative variations, such as the cycle operation under supercritical pressures and the use of binary zeotropic working fluids. Moreover… CONTINUE READING
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