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Posted by TheDoc on June 11, 2007, 11:06 pm
 


Perhaps.. but give the guy a break..

perhaps you would care to publish your masters or PhD for us to critique ???





Posted by George Ghio on April 15, 2007, 9:53 pm
 
Duane C. Johnson wrote:

http://engnet.anu.edu.au/DEresearch/solarthermal/pages/facilities.php

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Posted by Arnold Walker on April 16, 2007, 8:48 am
 

I know more about biomass steam than solar thermo,but this unit looks more
like kalina cycle .
{Dual steam media of water and ammonia with engineer tayloring the ammonia
bottoming  percentage level to
match the working temperature range of the system.}
That I would have been looking at, instead of straight water used on the
other guys system.



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Posted by GillesQT on April 16, 2007, 5:08 pm
 

Bonjour,

Just a recall about a solar concentrator and a Quasiturbine?
A small diagram www.quasiturbine.com/QTImages/QTVapeurSolaireNet.jpg
is on the steam page www.quasiturbine.com/ETypeSteam.htm
This same technology is proposed for:

Engine Exhaust Heat Recovery with Quasiturbines
Offering Essential Efficiency Characteristics
Published March 25 2007 By Carol Crom
35 Page(s)

The energy components carried away by the exhaust, are primarily results of
incomplete combustion, incomplete expansion, sensible heat, and latent heat
of the water vapor created by burning of the hydrogen component of fuel.
This paper looks at the management of heat recovery energy and power, which
could reach the 25% range in steady driving and much more in city driving
(available energy increasing with decreased engine efficiency). Brayton and
Rankin Quasiturbine systems are described as the best possible heat recovery
techniques, which also could apply to geothermal, industrial processes,
solar, biomass combustion. and to nuclear heat as well. The extremely
compact and efficient Quasiturbine technology is needed to accomplish these
goals.
www.energycentral.com/centers/knowledge/whitepapers/report.cfm?rid2474
Also at: www.quasiturbine.com/QTPapiers/QTCromExhaustWP0612.doc


Recovering 30% of the engine exhaust heat
would allow to exceed all hybrid vehicle concepts performance.

Salutations, Gilles
www.quasiturbine.com
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