Scope: WHR system Orc-based
Scope: WHR system Orc-based
Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) is a profitable, low-carbon, environmentally friendly system to produce electricity by recovering heat from industrial processes. Our WHR systems are based on the Rankine Cycle a proven way to produce power from the waste heat.
Waste heat recovery systems consists in a heat source (boiler) that generates a high-pressure vapor which is subsequently expanded through a turbo generator producing power. The thermodynamic cycle is performed by a working fluid.
There are 2 different kind of working fluids:
The kind of working fluid used influences the boiler design, mainly for difference in working pressure and temperature.
We are specialized in engineering design and manufacturing of Waste Heat Recovery boiler for both SRC and ORC technology.
Moreover, we partner directly with the main producers of turbines in the world. We provide to our customers the best players and technology on the market and a full WHR system perfectly integrated in the industrial process.
TURBODEN, a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries group company (Italy).
Beginning: March 2018
Technology: WHR based ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle)
Relevant market: Cement
Shangai Conch Kawasaki Engineering Co, Ltd. (CHINA)
Beginning: July 2019
Technology: WHR based SRC (Steam Rankine Cycle)
Relevant market: Cement, iron & steel
Area: Europe, Middle-East-Africa, Oceania
CTP Team supplies genuine range of replacement spare parts with fast delivery all over the world thanks to our advanced supply chain and logistic department.
CTP Team as main contractor of EPC project partner with the OEM of critical equipment in order to guarantee to customers the proper execution and performance of each systems in the whole process.
Thermodynamic features and consequences
High enthalpy drop
High pressures and temperatures
Risk of blade erosion
The design and size of the Boiler for Waste Heat Recovery are the results of a balance among many interconnected factors, such as…
Kiln exhaust streams from clinker cooler and the kiln preheater system contain useful thermal energy that can be converted into power.
The ORC systems are typically designed with two heat transfer stages and use a high molecular mass organic working fluid such as butane or pentane.
In the flow diagram, water is pumped to elevated pressure before entering a waste heat recovery boiler.
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