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Performance Analysis of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion on Working Fluid Classification
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Performance Analysis of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion on Working Fluid Classification
Lee, Ho-Saeng; Moon, Jung-Hyun; Kim, Hyeon-Ju;
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 Abstract
The thermodynamic performance of ocean thermal energy conversion with 1 kg/s geothermal water flow rate as a heat source was evaluated to obtain the basic data for the optimal design of cycle with respect to the classification of the working fluid. The basic thermodynamic model for cycle is rankine cycle and the geothermal water and deep seawater were adapted for the heat source of evaporator and condenser, respectively. R245fa, R134a are better to use as a working fluid than others in view of the use of geothermal water. It is important to select the proper working fluid to operate the ocean thermal energy conversion. So, this paper can be used as the basic data for the design of ocean thermal energy conversion with geothermal water and deep seawater.
 Keywords
Deep seawater;Ocean thermal energy conversion;Geothermal water;Rankine cycle;
 Language
Korean
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