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Analysis on the Performance Test Results of Heat Pump for the Closed Cooling Water Heat Recovery on Combined Thermal Power Plant
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 Title & Authors
Analysis on the Performance Test Results of Heat Pump for the Closed Cooling Water Heat Recovery on Combined Thermal Power Plant
Lee, Sung-Ho;
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 Abstract
This study proves successes of Energy Service Company (ESCO) business by heat pump performance test. The purpose of ESCO business is recover investment costs through saving energy from installation of energy reduction facility. The most important technology assessment items are heat recovery and generator output. Experimental result shows that increase quality of heat recovery (11.52Gcal/h), while decrease generator output (0.234kw). In its final analysis, the ESCO business is successful according to our data.
 Keywords
Heat Recovery;Closed Cooling Water;Combined Thermal Power Plant;Performance Test;
 Language
Korean
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