Combined Cycle Consisting of Closed Processes Based Cycle Powered by A Reversible Heat Pump that Exceed Carnot Factor

  • Ramon Ferreiro Garcia Ind. Eng. Dept., University of A Coruna. ETSNM, C/Paseo de Ronda 51, 15011
  • Jose Carbia carril Energy and Propulsion Dept., ETSNM,C/Paseo de Ronda 51, 15011, University of A Coruna, A Corina, Spain
Keywords: Cooling-based work, Exceeding Carnot factor, First-law extension, Heating-cooling based cycles, Kelvin-Plank statement

Abstract

This article deals with the task of analysing a feasible reversible combined cycle composed of a heat pump as the primary cycle and a non-condensing mode thermal engine characterized by operating under a closed processes based cycle that work by adding and releasing heat, as the secondary cycle. Two case studies are analysed and compared. According to the results, the case study based on the combination of a heat pump cycle with an organic Rankine cycle, is the paradigm of a reversible 100% efficient combined cycle. The case study based on a heat pump cycle and a reversible heating-cooling based cycle is the paradigm of a super-efficient combined cycle that yields a 1.486 power ratio (PR) or 148.6% efficiency. Further, the case based on a heat pump cycle with a regenerative irreversible heating-cooling based cycle, is the paradigm of energy conversion and energy generation that yields a 1.29 PR or 129% efficiency assuming limited irreversibilities.

This article deals with the task of analysing a feasible reversible combined cycle composed of a heat pump as the primary cycle and a non-condensing mode thermal engine characterized by operating under a closed processes based cycle that work by adding and releasing heat, as the secondary cycle. Two case studies are analysed and compared. According to the results, the case study based on the combination of a heat pump cycle with an organic Rankine cycle, is the paradigm of a reversible 100% efficient combined cycle. The case study based on a heat pump cycle and a reversible heating-cooling based cycle is the paradigm of a super-efficient combined cycle that yields a 1.486 power ratio (PR) or 148.6% efficiency. Further, the case based on a heat pump cycle with a regenerative irreversible heating-cooling based cycle, is the paradigm of energy conversion and energy generation that yields a 1.29 PR or 129% efficiency assuming limited irreversibilities.

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Published
2019-02-07
How to Cite
Ferreiro Garcia, R., & Carbia carril, J. (2019). Combined Cycle Consisting of Closed Processes Based Cycle Powered by A Reversible Heat Pump that Exceed Carnot Factor. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHYSICS, 15, 6056-6078. https://doi.org/10.24297/jap.v15i0.8034
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