Chemical Engineering Kinetics J M Smith, Second Edition by Joseph Mauk Smith

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According to this figure, energy analysis of each point can be made using Eqs. 1. Here, the thermodynamic properties of the working fluid are determined using the EES software package and geothermal fluid is considered as water. While the binary cycle is considered as only cycle, geothermal energy and binary cycle are considered as a system. 2 for all the points. 34 kW. The net power is 2,184 kW. 6 % of the net power generated in the cycle [11]. The parasitic power includes the brine production pumps, the condenser fans, and other auxiliaries.

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7]) EV - Evaporator FP - Feed pump PW - Production well HP - High pressure pump 9 PH - Preheater GN - Generator TB - Turbine 28 Y. Kalinci et al. 2 Thermodynamic properties of fluids and exergy rates of the system State no. 84 are calculated as 16,470 and 34,189 kW. Using Eq. 34 %, respectively. In the analysis of such systems, energy analysis has generally been a common tool for analysis. The first law of thermodynamics provides energy analysis, which identifies only externally energy wastes and losses.

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