The Thermoeconomic and Environomic Modeling and Optimization of the Synthesis, Design and Operation of Combined Cycles with Advanced Options

Combined cycle power plants are currently one of the most important options for the construction of new generating capacity as well as for the replacement and repowering of existing units. Due to the complexity and the large number of options and parameters available to such plants, finding optimized solutions for system synthesis, design and operation is very difficult if not impossible with these traditional methods such us case and parametric trade-off studies. This is especially true when advanced options as well as thermodynamic, economic and environmental criteria are considered. A thermoeconomic / environomic methodology to deal with these difficulties is presented here. Results for the application of this methodology to a 50 MW cogeneration combined cycle power plant are presented and discussed.

Published in:
journal of engineering for gas turbines and power, Vol.123, N°4, pp.717-726
publication condensée des 2 parties [1999.09] et [1999.10], comme demandé par le Jrn of Eng. Gas Turb. and Power. avril 2000/bg
Other identifiers:

Note: The status of this file is: Involved Laboratories Only

 Record created 2005-08-08, last modified 2018-03-17

Download fulltext

Rate this document:

Rate this document:
(Not yet reviewed)