Development of High Efficiency and Cost Effective Energy Generation Novel Technology
International Journal of Systems Engineering
Volume 2, Issue 2, December 2018, Pages: 52-56
Received: Aug. 16, 2018;
Accepted: Sep. 5, 2018;
Published: Oct. 6, 2018
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Zohrab Melikyan, “Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning” Department, National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia
Siranush Egnatosyan, “Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning” Department, National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia
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During last, many years the electrical energy is generated in large Thermal Power Plants (TPP) and Nuclear Power Plants (NPP). Thermal Power Plants are the main electricity generating stations that are functioning based on the principle of thermal energy conversion into mechanical and finally into electrical energy. The noted conversion is accomplished by the condensation type of thermodynamic cycle that is called “Rankin” cycle. There are in use Co - generation heat and power plants too, which are functioning based on “Bryton” thermodynamic combined cycle. These plants are assigned for simultaneous generation and distribution of thermal and electrical energy. For this reason, they are more efficient. However, all mentioned cycles and conforming to them power plants serving for generation and distribution of large quantity of electricity from energy generating centralized stations to large number of consumers, which are located in significantly long distance from generating stations. The analysis of existing practice of use of mentioned types of electricity generating powerful centralized stations because of large losses of energy are not enough efficient and cost effective. For instance, the COP of electricity generating station, working by well-known Rankin cycle, makes only 30%, because about 70% of produced thermal energy should be lost to the surrounding environment for providing required conditions of electricity production. It is obvious that such big energy loses extremely pollute the environment, provoke global climate change and forces Governments adopting more forceful approaches to reduce carbon and other harmful gases rejections, increase efficiency of energy generation and improve environmental situation. For this reason, after having studied the potential possibilities of reduction of harmful gases rejections and increase of energy efficiency of electricity generation conventional mods the authors of this article became convinced in impossibility of assigned task and have decided to suggest novel and higher efficiency technology for electric energy generation. From this, point of view this article may become a guideline that can help to improve the present environmental and economic situations.
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