E3S Web Conf.
Volume 289, 2021International Conference of Young Scientists “Energy Systems Research 2021”
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||13 July 2021|
Designing a pilot model of compressorless combined cycle unit
JIHT RAS, 125412 Izhorskaya Str., Bldg. 13, Block 2, Moscow, Russia
2 BMSTU, 105005 2nd Baumanskaya Str., Bldg. 5, Block 1, Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The article is dedicated to a design of a pilot model of a 60 MW installation, operating according to a new promising compressorless combined cycle. In the course of the study, the weight-size parameters and functional indicators of the main parts of the energy complex were preliminarily determined. The auxiliary components of a compressorless combined cycle unit were selected, such as pumps, heat exchangers, compressors, pipelines and etc. Within a draft elaboration, preliminary weight, size and functional parameters of a turbine unit were defined, solutions were found for two groups of pumping equipment, and a plant prototype was designed. Additionally, the weight and size parameters of the plate heat exchangers were determined and a special design of shell-and-tube heat exchangers was designed to return the heat of combustion products. The results, obtained during the study, make it possible to simulate the behavior (develop dynamic models) of a compressorless combined cycle unit in all operating modes (from start-up to shutdown) under various conditions, as well as to carry out a feasibility study for the creation of such installations.
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