Turbogenerator: Part 1: Simulation

 
 
 
  • Abstract
  • Keywords
  • References
  • PDF
  • Abstract


    The article describes the process of developing a turbogenerator for power plants of small and distributed power generation. The analysis of the component base for the turbogenerator was carried out, and thereof a comparative analysis of possible technical solutions was conducted. The work considered the installation variants of a turbogenerator in the exhaust system, an electric machine of a turbogenerator, types of turbines of a generator. A mathematical model for computation of the output effective and geometric parameters of a turbogenerator was described. The results of computational analysis were presented, and the parameters of the turbogenerator being developed were selected. Based on the results of the work done the conclusions were made

     

     


  • Keywords


    recovery system, turbogenerator, mathematical model, heat engine, small powert.

  • References


      [1] Thompson, I., Spence, S., McCartan, С., Thornhill D. and Talbot-Weiss, J. (2011). "Investigations Into the Performance of a Turbogenerated Biogas Engine During Speed Transients" Proc. ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver. Canada.

      [2] Shiraishi, K. and Ono, Y. (20047). Hybrid Turbocharger with Integrated High Speed Motor-generator, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Technical Review, 44(1)

      [3] Thompson, I. (2009). "Investigation into the Effects of Turbocompounding", Differentiation Report. School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland, unpublished.

      [4] Hountalas, D., Katsanos, С. and Lamaris, V. (2013). "Recovering Energy for the Diesel Engine Exhaust Using Mechanical and Electrical Turbocompounding", Proc. Soc. Automotive Engineers Int. World Congr., Detroit, USA, 2007. SAE Paper Number 2007-01-1563.

      [5] Patent - CN103061869 (A) , MPK F02B37/04; F02B37/14; F16C32/04; F16D27/02; F16D48/06. Electric turbocharger/ Beijing Inst Technology, CN2013107071, 09.01.2013, 24.04.2013.

      [6] Wei, W., Zhuge, W., Zhang, Y. and Yongsheng, (2010). "Comparative Study on Electric Turbo-Compounding Systems for Gasoline Engine Exhaust Energy Recovery", Proc. ASME Turbo Expo 2010: Power for Land, Sea, and Air (GT2010). Glasgow. UK. Paper no. GT2010-23204, pp. 531-539.

      [7] Miction M. et al. (2006), "Switched Reluctance Turbo-Generator for Exhaust Gas Energy Recovery", Proc. IEEE Power Electron. Motion Control Conf. Portoroz. Slovenia, pp. 1801-1807.

      [8] Miction M. et al., (2007) "Modelling and Testing of a Turbo-generator System for Exhaust Gas Energy Recovery", Proc. Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conf., Arlington, USA, pp. 544-550.


 

View

Download

Article ID: 18688
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.15.18688




Copyright © 2012-2015 Science Publishing Corporation Inc. All rights reserved.