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Inert and Reactive Working Fluids for Closed Power Cycles: Present Knowledge, Applications and Open Researches

Abstract : The possibility of selecting the working fluid of a closed power cycle represents one of the most important levers to maximise the efficiency and to optimise the design of this technology. This chapter is intended to provide a description of the present state of knowledge on the effects that fluid thermo-physical properties, such as molecular complexity and molecular mass, have on the design and performance of cycle components. With a view to allow for accounting for multicomponent inert and reactive working fluids along the optimisation process, the chapter then presents the main outstanding scientific barriers which need to be overcome.
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Silvia Lasala, Romain Privat, Jean-Noël Jaubert. Inert and Reactive Working Fluids for Closed Power Cycles: Present Knowledge, Applications and Open Researches. Organic Rankine Cycle Technology for Heat Recovery, InTechOpen, 2018, ⟨10.5772/intechopen.79290⟩. ⟨hal-03200214⟩

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