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  • Internal combustion engine - Wikipedia

    2019-7-23 · An internal combustion engine (ICE) is a heat engine where the combustion of a fuel occurs with an oxidizer (usually air) in a combustion chamber that is an integral part of the working fluid flow circuit. In an internal combustion engine, the expansion of the high-temperature and high-pressure gases produced by combustion applies direct force

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  • Design and Fabrication of Heat Exchanger for Waste

    2017-12-1 · Internal combustion (IC) engine is one of the most important prime movers driving many of the automobiles today. Improving efficiency and reducing energy losses is the focus of research in IC engines. It is a known fact that exhaust gas from an internal combustion engine carries away about 30% to 40% of the heat of combustion. The energy available in this exit stream of exhaust gases goes as

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  • Theoretical Analysis of Waste Heat Recovery from an

    2006-4-3 · This paper presents a theoretical study of different strategies of waste heat recovery in an internal combustion engine, operating in a hybrid vehicle (spark ignition engine and electric motor). Many of the previous studies of energy recovery from waste heat focused on running thermodynamic cycles w

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  • Analysis of a novel waste heat recovery mechanism for an

    2019-6-5 · This report,"Analysis of a Novel Waste Heat Recovery Mechanism for an I.C. Engine, " of the internal combustion engine. It makes use of a Rankine cycle to convert the thermal waste heat recovery system was used to evaluate the overall efficiency of the system. The

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  • WASTE HEAT RECOVERY IN INTERNAL COMBUSTION

    WASTE HEAT RECOVERY IN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES Sandhya Thantla . Supervisors: Prof. Anders C Erlandsson, Dr. Jens Fridh • Project goal • The Rankine cycle system • Engine's energy distribution & thermodynamic data • Preliminary RC operating conditions PROJECT GOAL Design and develop a Rankine cycle (RC) system to recover

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  • Modeling Internal Combustion Engine with Thermo

    2014-12-23 · Modeling Internal Combustion Engine with Thermo-Chemical Recuperation of the Waste Heat by Methanol Steam Reforming Arnon Poran, Moris Artoul, Moshe Sheintuch, and Leonid Tartakovsky Technion Israel Inst. of Technology ABSTRACT This paper describes a model for the simulation of the joint operation of internal combustion engine (ICE) with methanol

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  • Volume 2, Issue 12, June 2013 Review on Exhaust Gas

    2014-1-14 · Possible methods to recover the waste heat from internal combustion engine and performance and emissions of the internal combustion engine. Waste heat recovery system is the best way to recover waste heat and saving the fuel. Keywords - Efficiency, Emission, Waste heat from I. C. Engine, Waste heat recovery system for I. C. Engine

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  • Waste Heat Recovery from Combustion Engines

    Most of the energy in the fuel burned in modern automotive internal combustion engines is lost as waste heat without contributing to the vehicle's propulsion. In principle some of this lost energy could be captured and used to increase the vehicle's fuel efficiency by fitting a waste heat recovery system to the engine. This thesis presents investigations into the design and functioning of

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  • Transient operation of internal combustion engines

    Prior papers have shown the potentials of gasoline-like internal combustion engines fitted with Rankine cycle systems to deliver Diesel-like steady state fuel conversion efficiencies recovering the exhaust and the coolant waste heat with off-the-shelf components. In addition to the pros of the technology significantly increasing steady state efficiencies - up to 5% in absolute values and much

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  • Engine Waste Heat Recovery and Re-Use | Projects |

    2011-10-1 · Approximately 60 % of combustion energy in a conventional internal combustion engine is lost as waste heat through exhaust gases and the cooling system. A thermodynamic cycle such as the Rankine cycle could theoretically be used to enhance engine efficiency by up to 20 %.

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  • Waste Heat Recovery from an Internal Combustion Engine

    2014-8-21 · Waste Heat Recovery from an Internal Combustion Engine Design Team Josh Freeman, Matt McGroarty, Rob McGroarty Greg Pellegrini, Ming Wood Design Advisor Professor Mohammed Taslim Abstract A substantial amount of heat is dissipated from all internal combustion engines (I.C.E). This waste heat is a

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  • Theoretical Analysis of Waste Heat Recovery from an

    2006-4-3 · This paper presents a theoretical study of different strategies of waste heat recovery in an internal combustion engine, operating in a hybrid vehicle (spark ignition engine and electric motor). Many of the previous studies of energy recovery from waste heat focused on running thermodynamic cycles w

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  • Waste Heat Recovery Unit after gas turbines - Alfa Laval

    2016-10-25 · Alfa Laval's Waste Heat Recovery Unit (WHRU) optimized for recovering waste heat after gas turbines. Application The waste heat recovery unit recovers thermal energy in the waste heat from the gas turbine exhaust gas, enabling generation of hot water, saturated steam or superheated steam. The WHRU is also capable of heating up thermal oil

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  • Review of Waste Heat Recovery Mechanisms for Internal

    2014-1-23 · waste heat recovery (WHR) techni ques include turbocharging, turbo compounding, Rankine engine compounding, and thermoelectric (TE) generators. These techniques have shown increases in engine thermal efficiencies that range from 2% to 20%, depending on sys-tem design, quality of energy recovery, component efficiency, and implementation.

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  • Engine Waste Heat Recovery and Re-Use | Projects |

    2011-10-1 · Approximately 60 % of combustion energy in a conventional internal combustion engine is lost as waste heat through exhaust gases and the cooling system. A thermodynamic cycle such as the Rankine cycle could theoretically be used to enhance engine efficiency by up to 20 %.

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  • Waste Heat Recovery Revolutionizes Diesel Engines -

    2018-1-31 · With waste heat recovery, the team wanted to recover at least some of that energy to use for the vehicle. With refrigerated trucks, for example, they want to use waste heat in a refrigeration system that actually converts the waste heat into refrigeration for the truck, he says. Before Volvo, the foundation of the heat exchanger Lynch worked on

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  • Split radiator design for heat rejection optimization

    2019-7-14 · @article{osti_1329316, title = {Split radiator design for heat rejection optimization for a waste heat recovery system}, author = {Ernst, Timothy C. and Nelson, Christopher R.}, abstractNote = {A cooling system provides improved heat recovery by providing a split core radiator for both engine cooling and condenser cooling for a Rankine cycle (RC).

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  • Design and optimization of an Internal Combustion

    2010-9-8 · Design and optimization of an Internal Combustion Engine Heat recovery system using a Thermoelectric Generator. A thermoelectric module consists of two dissimilar thermoelectric materials joining in their ends: an n-type ; and a p-type semiconductors. The

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  • Waste Heat Recovery of IC Engine using Stirling Engine

    2016-10-16 · of the engine. It works on the principle of temperature difference. This paper investigates recovery of the exhaust waste heat using a Stirling engine with internal combustion engine for the automobiles to increase the fuel economy, the useful power, and the environment safety. A Stirling engine requires only an external heat source as wasted heat

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  • Review of Waste Heat Recovery Mechanisms for

    Promising waste heat recovery (WHR) techniques include turbocharging, turbo compounding, Rankine engine compounding, and thermoelectric (TE) generators. These techniques have shown increases in engine thermal efficiencies that range from 2% to 20%, depending on system design, quality of energy recovery, component efficiency, and implementation.

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