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Thermodynamic analysis of the double Brayton cycle with the use of oxy combustion and capture of CO2
In this paper, thermodynamic analysis of a proposed innovative double Brayton cycle with the use of oxy combustion and capture of CO2, is presented. For that purpose, the computation flow mechanics (CFM) approach has been developed. The double Brayton cycle (DBC) consists of primary Brayton and secondary inverse Brayton cycle. Inversion means that the role of the compressor and the gas turbine is changed and firstly we have expansion...
INNOVATIVE THERMODYNAMICAL CYCLES BASED ON ENHANCEMENT MASS, MOMENTUM, ENTROPY AND ELECTRICITY TRANSPORT DUE TO SLIP, MOBILITY, TRANSPIRATION, ENTROPY AND ELECTRIC JUMPS AS WELL AS OTHER NANO-FLOWS PHENOMENA
In our work, a further development of the authors model of thermo-chemical ﬂow of fuel, air, oxygen, steam water, species, ionic and electron currents within nano channels and nano-structures of novel devices is presented. Different transport enhancement models are taken into account -among them the most important are: the velocity slip connected with complex external friction, the Darcy mobility and the Reynolds transpiration....
This paper presents innovative thermodynamiccycles with high-efficient, zero-emission energy production. The main aim of this work is to show the role of nano-phenomena in the enhancement of the power of thermodynamic cycles. For that purpose, the cycles using oxy-combustion and spray ejected condensation are first studied and, secondly hybrid cycles using fuel cells and gas turbines are presented. The role of nano-phenomena in...
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