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- 1. A presentation by: AKASH SOOD For : MALWA Inst. of Tech. & Mgmt.Submitted to : Mechanical Deptt.
- 2. • Introduction and Defining• Types of Cycles• Ideal Rankine Cycle• Reheat Rankine Cycle• Regeneration Rankine Cycle• Why we use Rankine Cycle?• Conclusion• Query • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD
- 3. • Who is Rankine and What is Rankine Cycle?• A Scottish CIVIL ENGINEER, physicist and mathematician. He was a founding contributor, with Rudolf Clausius and William Thomson, to the science of thermodynamics, particularly focusing on the first of the three thermodynamic William John Macquorn laws. Rankine• The Rankine cycle is a cycle that converts heat into work. The heat is supplied externally to a closed loop, which usually uses water. This cycle generates about 90% of all electric power used throughout• thepresentation by: AKASH A SOOD
- 4. • Ideal Rankine Cycle• Re-heat Rankine Cycle• Re-generation Rankine Cycle • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD
- 5. Qin 2 3 Boiler WoutWin Compressor (pump) Turbine Heat exchanger 1 4 Qout • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD
- 6. • In a real Rankine cycle, the compression by the pump and the expansion in the turbine are not ISENTROPIC. In other words, these processes are NON-REVERSIBLE and entropy is increased during the two processes. This somewhat increases the power required by the pump and decreases the power generated by the turbine.• So, the other Engineer’s and Sir Rankine make it modify. • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD
- 7. • Energy analysis: steady flow process, no generation, neglect KE and PE changes for all four devices,• 0 = (net heat transfer in) - (net work out) + (net energy flow in)• 0 = (qin - qout) - (Wout - Win) + (hin - hout)• PROCESS:• 1-2: Pump (q=0) Wpump = h2 - h1 = v(P2-P1)• 2-3: Boiler(W=0) qin = h3 - h2• 3-4: Turbine(q=0) Wout = h3 - h4 T• 4-1: Condenser(W=0) qout = h4 - h1• Thermal efficiency = Wnet/qin =• 1 - qout/qin = 1 - (h4-h1)/(h3-h2)• Wnet = Wout - Win = (h3-h4) - (h2-h1) s
- 8. Real (Non-Ideal Rankine Cycle) Sir RankineRe-heat Re-generation • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD
- 9. • The optimal way of high-P Low-P increasing the turbine turbine boiler pressure but not increase the boiler moisture content in the exiting vapor is to reheat the vapor after it exits from a first-stage turbine pump and redirect this reheated vapor into condenser a second turbine. • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD
- 10. high-P Low-P T high-P turbine turbine turbine low-Pboiler turbine pump condenser s • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD
- 11. • Energy analysis: Heat transfer and work output both change qin = qprimary + qreheat = (h3-h2) + (h5-h4) Wout = Wturbine1 + Wturbine2 = (h3-h4) + (h5-h6)Efficiency : : Work Done/Heat Supplied • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD
- 12. • Use regenerator to heat up the liquid (feedwater) leaving the pump before sending it to the boiler, therefore, increase the averaged temperature (efficiency as well) during heat addition in the boiler. Lower temp higher temp heat addition heat addition 5 3T T Extract steam from turbine to provide 2’ 4 heat source in the 6 regenerator 2 3 2 1 7 1 4 s s Use regenerator to heat up the feedwater
- 13. Open FWH Tboiler Open FWH Pump 2 Pump 1 condenser s
- 14. • Energy analysis: Heat transfer and work output both change• Energy analysis: qin = h5-h4, qout = (1-y)(h7-h1), Wturbine, out = (h5-h6) + (1-y)(h6-h7) Wpump, in = (1-y)Wpump1 + Wpump2 = (1-y)(h2-h1) + (h4-h3)Efficiency : : Work Done/Heat SuppliedIn general, the more feedwater heaters, the better the cycle efficiency. • A presentation by: AKASH SOOD

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