A charcoal kiln made of Cinder-Concrete blocks by A. Richard Olson, Henry W. Hicock

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A typical cogeneration plant generates high-pres ure stearn, which then is used in an extracting condensing stearn turbine. It usu lly extracts part of the steam at a lower pressure for use in various clo1ernical processes; the rest of the steam goes through the second part of the. steam turbine, and then to the condenser. The steam turbines usually drive separate generators; however, the system can be designed in a way that both the gas turbine and the steam turbine drive the sarne generator. Dampers may be used between ~he gas turbine exhaust and the heat recovery steam generator.

As with the simplecycle system, residual fuel from the anode exit is consumed in an anode exhaust oxidizer. COGENERATION ANO COMBINEO CYClE POWER PLANTS Compressed Air is Heated with Fuel Cell Waste Heat. Expanded. ,75% are possible to Significantly Direct Figure 1-14. ) heated with system exhaust in the HRU, heated further with exhaust from the anode exhaust oxidizer, and expanded in a turbine to produce additional electricity. The expanded, low-pressure air leaving the turbine is used as the oxidant in the anode exhaust oxidizer.

H). Gas turbine cogeneration is far more efficient iban the typical steam utility central plant's of the 1970s. About 75% heat utilization can be realized for power and heat, with about 25% leaving in the exhaust gases. In a fossil steam plants, only 35% of the fuel energy is obtained as power with condenser losses and boiler losses accounting for 48% and 15%, respectively. 6 GW in cogeneration capacity is estimated by 2010. Gas turbine-based cogeneration and combined cycles will dominate this market.

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