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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Performance Analysis of Steam Power Plants Using Ideal Reheat-Rankin Cycle

( Vol-3,Issue-4,April 2017 )

Author(s): Dr. Fawaz Sultan



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Page No: 305-312
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.24001/ijaems.3.4.4

Keywords:

Reheat temperature, Condenser weight, Boiler weight, Reheat-Rankin cycle proficiency.

Abstract:

In this paper, a hypothetical examination has been done to assess the execution of the power plants that are chipping away at Reheat-Rankin cycle. The execution of cycle was dissected for various (warm, evaporator, condenser weights) values and also warm temperature qualities to demonstrate its impact on cycle warm proficiency. In this work, the heater weights qualities was accepted limited between (10to 26 MPa), the pressure proportion (warm stage weight to evaporator weight) was expected fluctuated in wide range from (0.1 to 1.0), while the condenser weight was accepted shifted between (5 to 25 kPa). And, a variety in warm temperature esteem was done between scopes of (400-600oC) at low weight turbine. The outcomes demonstrate that the warm productivity is considerably upgraded when the pressure proportion lies between (0.25-0.35) and the ideal proficiency is gotten when the pressure proportion and evaporator weight are equivalent to( 0.33 and 26MPa) separately .

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