Thermodynamic analysis of combined cycle power plant with trans-critical cycle integrated with solar system for power generation for space heating and cooling

To build up a programming code and solving it on computational numerical technique by developing an energy balance equation for combined cycle power plant integrated with the Trans-critical cycle. A computer programming code has been used to simulate performance under various different conditions under different temperature and pressure circumstances and thermal performance on different cases of Brayton cycle have been analyzed using standard fluids. In this paper Brayton cycle, Rankine cycle and transcritical cycle are combined which makes it tri-generate cycle and variations of temperature and pressure with thermal performance parameters such as thermal efficiency, exergy destructions in the various components using trans-critical cycle have been analyzed. It is observed that by increasing the condenser temperature of the Rankine cycle, the combined cycle efficiency, net-work is increasing and by increasing the mass flow rate of the Brayton cycle, combined cycle efficiency is decreasing while combined net-work is increasing. Similarly by increasing the exit pressure of the pump in the trans-critical cycle, both the combined cycle efficiency & combined network are decreasing also is decreasing and also by increasing the inlet temperature of the turbine of the trans-critical cycle, the combined cycle efficiency and combined net-work is increasing. By increasing the inlet pressure of the pump of the trans-critical cycle, combined cycle efficiency and combined net work (i.e. both) are increasing.

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