EFFECTIVE DESIGN OF AN ORC SYSTEM TO EXTRACT MAXIMUM ENERGY FROM RELATIVELY LOW TEMPERATURE HEAT SOURCES
The Organic Rankine Cycle is a thermodynamic process where heat is transferred to a fluid at a constant pressure. The fluid is vaporized and then expanded in a vapor turbine that drives a generator, producing electricity.
Our Unique ORC System can work·at low RPM (300)
- with low temperature ranges
- with any source of heat
- Waste heat
- Exhaust gas
- Factories flue gas
- produce AC power
The worlds most cost-effective untapped renewable energy source is waste heat. While primary energy production as well as industrial infrastructure is all around us, very little of the heat byproduct has been resourced as a secondary energy source. The industrial waste heat utilization is especially relevant for industrial processes with high heat demands. This includes the following industry sectors:
Grenergy uses the highly efficient pressured gas turbine, which leads to much efficient conversion and a number of advantages including higher power production and lower operational and maintenance costs.
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Critical components of ORC system can be listed as: