waste heat


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waste heat

[′wāst ′hēt]
(engineering)
Sensible heat in gases not subject to combustion and used for processes downstream in a system.
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Objective: There is enough waste energy produced in the eu to heat the eus entire building stock; However despite of this huge potential, Only a restricted number of small scale examples of urban waste heat recovery are present across the eu.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 6, 2017-Alfa Laval secures SEK50m waste heat recovery unit order in SE Asia
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-October 6, 2017-Alfa Laval secures SEK50m waste heat recovery unit order in SE Asia
BANGKOK, Apr 17, 2017 - (ACN Newswire) - TPI Polene Power or TPIPP, operator of Refuse-derived Fuel (RDF) and waste heat recovery power plants in Thailand, and operator of petrol and natural gas (NGV) service stations, aims to be the leader in the power production and distribution business.
The UK has been incrementally introducing plans, which place emphasis on design to ensure that systems become more efficient, less carbon intensive and that the generation of waste heat is reduced.
TOKYO -- Japanese researchers have developed a refrigerator that uses a thermoacoustic (TA) engine powered by waste heat to cool to temperatures as low as -107.
A waste heat recovery unit/heat exchanger recovers heat from hot streams, water or gasses that still have a relatively high energy content which would otherwise go unused into the atmosphere.
It was found from many research studies that Rankine cycle has a great potential to be applied to harvest waste heat from automobiles.
Waste heat recovery is a process that involves capturing of heat exhausted by an existing industrial process.
International Resource News-February 9, 2015--China Recycling Energy transfers Waste Heat Power Generation System to Zhong Gang
com)-- ElectraTherm, a leader in distributed power generation from waste heat, shipped a 10-unit order of Green Machines to Slovakia.
Washington, Nov 25 ( ANI ): A researcher is looking towards making vehicles more efficient by using the waste heat that results from the inherent inefficiency of engines when converting fuel into energy.

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