Requirements and capabilities for high pressure heat exchangers for small scale fluid and turbine testing

Rowlands, Andrew. Requirements and capabilities for high pressure heat exchangers for small scale fluid and turbine testing.

Title Requirements and capabilities for high pressure heat exchangers for small scale fluid and turbine testing
Abstract/Summary In order to conduct working fluid experiments and model validation for ORC power cycles, high pressure heat exchangers are required. To be useful over a wide range of operating conditions, these units must be capable of withstanding 20 MPa (evaporator) and 10 MPa (condenser and cooler) at temperatures up to 250°C. This report mainly looks at the feasibility of operating an evaporator that has been designed for a particular transcritical cycle outside its design conditions and prices for all three HX.
Author Rowlands, Andrew
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Created: Tue, 01 Jul 2014, 10:00:39 EST by Alex Fitzgerald on behalf of School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering