TAILIEUCHUNG - Cogeneration Application Considerations

Cogeneration or CHP (Combined Heat and Power). The terms cogeneration and CHP are used interchangeably in this paper and are defined as the combined simultaneous generation of heat and electrical energy with a common source of fuel. Common examples of cogeneration applications include pulp and paper mills, steel mills, food and chemical processing plants, and District Heating (DH) applications. Since the beginning of the 20th century, cogeneration technology has been utilized by many industrial companies as an eco-friendly means to economically meet a plant’s combined heat and power demands. The volatility of fuel costs and electricity prices in deregulated markets—coupled with the need to secure reliable heat and power supplies, along with. | GE Energy Cogeneration Application Considerations John A. Jacobs III Technical Leader Evaluation Analysis Martin Schneider Senior Marketing Manager May 2009 Contents Net Heat to Process and Fuel Chargeable to Steam Turbines for Steam Turbine Performance Cogeneration and Reheat Steam Cogeneration with Gas Reciprocating Gas Cogeneration - Overall Power and Heat Fuel Flexibility and Gas Reciprocating Gas Turbine and Combined Gas Turbine Power Fuel Flexibility and Gas Gas Turbine Exhaust Heat Heat Recovery Steam HRSG Steam Production Cycle Combined Cycle Design Cogeneration List of List of GE Energy GER-3430G 05 09