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Exergoeconomic analysis and optimization of organic Rankine cycles
Heat sources such as biomass, industrial waste heat and solar thermal provide the potential to produce renewable environmentally low impact electricity. Using these resources efficiently within economic constraints is ...
Energy, exergy and exergoeconomic analyses of gas-turbine based systems
Gas turbines are the primary technology used for the purpose of power generation nearly everywhere. In this thesis, the Makkah Power Plant, running on a Brayton cycle, is considered for analysis. The peak demand for electric ...
Analysis, assessment and optimization of integrated solar energy systems for multigeneration
The extensive usage of fossil fuel in most of human activities has led to the undesirable effects on the environment starting from global warming and greenhouse effects to the climate changes, acid rain and others. Renewable ...
Modeling, analysis and optimization of integrated energy systems for multigeneration purposes
Energy use is directly linked to well-being and prosperity across the world. Meeting the growing demand for energy in a safe and environmentally responsible manner is an important challenge. There are around seven billion ...