Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2009
Hybrid systems consisting Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) on the top of a Steam Turbine (ST) are investigated. The plants are fired by natural gas. A desulfurization reactor removes the sulfur content in the NG while a pre-reformer break down the heavier hydrocarbons. The pre-treated fuel enters then into the anode side of the SOFC. The gases from the SOFC stacks enter into a burner to burn the rest of the fuel. The off-gases now enter into a heat recovery steam generator to produce steam for a Rankine cycle. Different system setups are considered. Cyclic efficiencies up to 67% are achieved which is considerably more than the conventional combined cycles (CC). Both ASR (Adiabatic Steam Reformer) and CPO (Catalytic Partial Oxidation) fuel reformer reactors are considered in this study.
|Title||Proceedings of SIMS 50 : Modeling of Energy Technology|
|Number of pages||370|
|Place of publication||Copenhagen|
|Conference||50th International Conference of Scandinavian Simulation Society|
|Period||07/10/09 → 08/10/09|
- steam plant, hybrid system, Rankine cycle, steam cycle, SOFC
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