A Review of Kalina Cycle

Document Type : Original Article

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Department of Mechanical and production Engineering, Islamic University of Technology, Board Bazar, Gazipur 1704, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Abstract

This paper illustrates a review research of the Kalina Cycle, including an explanation of Kalina Cycle and a simplified Kalina Cycle, a comparison of the Rankine and Kalina Cycles, an overview of the thermodynamics analysis of  Kalina Cycle, the different Kalina systems and their various implementations. In addition, various correlations are investigated and explored for the measurement of the thermodynamic properties of NH3-H2O mixtures. The concept of low grade heat is discussed. Some technical problems about NH3-H2O mixture, i.e. permanence, environmental effects, protection and erosion issues etc. are also addressed. This paper explores the study of various thermodynamic cycles for integrated power plants using low-grade heat sources. The different thermodynamic cycles, using low-grade heat sources for the combined power plant, are reviewed. Comparison of which cycle is best between Kalian and Rankine cycle in converting electrical energy from low temperature sources under different conditions using different research methods has been discussed.

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