Etude d'un cycle de Bayton-Joule solaire à l'aide de la Thermodynamique en Vitesse Finie

Abstract : Research in energy sources other than hydrocarbon is a major stake in the economical and environmental context nowadays. This project suggests a solution to this issue and offer to verify its feasibility and to make a parameter variation study. The following system is a thermal engine using the Brayton-joule cycle, combined with parabolic trough min·ors that provide the system with concentrated solar heat. This study will be realized with finite speed thermodynamic, a new field of the irreversible thermodynamic, that will allow us to compute the system as close as we can from its real behavior.
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David Martin. Etude d'un cycle de Bayton-Joule solaire à l'aide de la Thermodynamique en Vitesse Finie. Génie des procédés. 2013. ⟨hal-01861036⟩

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