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Volume 3 Issue 8
 
Volume & Issue: Volume 3 Issue 8

Energy and Exergy Economic Analysis of Cogeneration Cycle of Homemade CCHP With PVT Collector
  Volume 3,Issue 8
 

Author :

Navid Tonekaboni, Hessamoddin Salarian, Esmaeel Fatahian, Hossein Fatahian

 

Abstract :

According to the increasing environmental pollution and fossil fuel prices, use of equipment with high efficiency and use of clean and free energy is the fundamental solution to solve the perennial problem. Meanwhile, the use of cogeneration systems for power and heat (CHP, Combined Heat and Power) and power, heat and cold (CCHP, Combined Cooling, Heating and Power) with high efficiency 87 percent is one of the best choices. To solve the problem of pollution and the high price of fossil fuels, using clean sources (renewable) because they are free is the best alternative as source of energy systems. Among all renewable sources, solar energy because of availability and permanent is being investigated in this project. In this paper, we attempt to locate potential to select the best location for the cogeneration of solar cycles. Also, exergy and economic exergy (financial analysis) cycles of power cogeneration, solar heat and cold (Solar CCHP) have dealt with combination collector PVT (Photovoltaic and Thermal). Thermo economic which is a way to calculate the thermodynamic and financial discussion is used in this paper. The efficiency and period of return on investment of a 2-unit building with an area of 200 meters in the southern region of Iran country (Zahedan) is calculated.

 

Keywords :

Cogeneration, renewable energy, Exergy economic Exergy, CCHP

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