waste heat recovery


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waste heat recovery

n
(General Engineering) the use of heat that is produced in a thermodynamic cycle, as in a furnace, combustion engine, etc, in another process, such as heating feedwater or air
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Heat transfer company Alfa Laval reported on Thursday the receipt of an order for the supply a waste heat recovery system to a power plant in Indonesia, Southeast Asia.
TPIPP is also planning to invest in increasing the power production performance of its waste heat recovery power plants and install waste separation equipment at its landfills.
A summary of the results of the analysis, indicating options for integrated cooling and waste heat recovery, is shown in Table 1.
Application of Rankine Cycle to Passenger Vehicle Waste Heat Recovery - A Review," SAE Int.
Waste heat recovery is a process that involves capturing of heat exhausted by an existing industrial process.
Feed for QG1 waste heat recovery project Tender no: LTC/C/WEN/2168/15 Description: Feed for QG1 waste heat recovery project.
This brings its total thermal power capacity to 717 MW and waste heat recovery at 33 MW.
5MW waste heat recovery power plants at its operations in Hattar and Farooqia.
ISLAMABAD -- A private group on Friday inaugurated two environment-friendly waste heat recovery plants of 13.
Following the successful commissioning of the Quadritherm polygeneration platform at the 'Cite des Energies' of the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (the CEA, a French government-funded technological research organisation), Atoll Energy and the CEA will showcase the waste heat recovery and solar-based energy solution under the aegis of the France Pavilion, the French agency for international development.
USPRwire, Thu Dec 25 2014] Automotive Energy Recovery Systems Market by Regenerative Braking [by Region (Asia-Oceania; North America; Europe; and ROW) & by Passenger Car Type (Electric Vehicles, Hybrid Vehicles, and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles)], by Waste Heat Recovery Systems (by EGR and by Turbochargers), by KERS [by Region (Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, and ROW)] - Global Trends and forecast to 2019

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