waste-heat recovery

waste-heat recovery

The use of waste heat in a building to preheat cold water before it is fed into a hot-water heater.
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ENPNewswire-August 21, 2019--Dr Martin White awarded prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship; The Fellowship will support Dr White's ongoing research in to waste-heat recovery systems
During his fellowship he will focus on developing next generation waste-heat recovery systems based on two-phase expansion.
Uses 6 Siemens F-model gas turbines, each with a capacity of 255MW; 6 boilers for waste-heat recovery; and 3 steam turbines, and each with a capacity of 218MW.
Before the extension, M-Station had generated 2,185MW of electricity from 6 Siemens F-model gas turbines, each with a capacity of 255MW, 6 Doosan Waste-Heat Recovery Boilers for steam generation, 3 Alstom steam turbines with a capacity of 218MW each.
[10.] Edwards, K., Wagner, R., and Briggs, T., "Investigating Potential Light-duty Efficiency Improvements through Simulation of Turbo-compounding and Waste-heat Recovery Systems," SAE Technical Paper 2010-01-2209, 2010, doi:10.4271/2010-01-2209.
Department of Energy awarded GM an $8 million contract for waste-heat recovery R&D this year.
The handbook coves all aspects of energy management, including economic analysis, energy auditing, boilers and fired systems, steam and condensate systems, cogeneration, waste-heat recovery, and lighting.
NV Energy currently has more than 1,200 megawatts of geothermal, solar, wind, biomass, small hydro, and waste-heat recovery under contract that are either in commercial operation or in the project development stage.
The goal says that by fiscal 2014, 100% of jurisdictional natural gas companies "will be examined for feasibility of installing waste-heat recovery systems."