Exergy Analysis of Combined Cycle Power Plant: NTPC Dadri, India

Arvind Kumar Tiwari, M M Hasan, Mohd. Islam
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Abstract


The aim of the present paper is to exergy analysis of combined Brayton/Rankine power cycle of NTPC Dadri India. Theoretical exergy analysis is carried out for different components of dadri combined cycle power plant which consists of a gas turbine unit, heat recovery steam generator without extra fuel consumption and steam turbine unit. The results pinpoint that more exergy losses occurred in the gas turbine combustion chamber. Its reached 35% of the total exergy losses while the exergy losses in other plant components are between 7% -21% of the total exergy losses at 1400o C turbine inlet temperature and pressure ratio 10 .This paper also considered the effect of the pressure ratio, turbine inlet temperature, pressure drop in combustion chamber and heat recovery steam generator on the exergy losses in the plant, there are a clear effects in the exergy losses when changing pressure ratio, turbine inlet temperature.

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2nd Law; Exergy

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