Advanced Power Generation Using a Nitrogen Turbine Engine Instead of a Conventional Injection Steam Turbine Engine
2. Materials and Methods
2.1. Nitrogen Generator System
2.2. Nitrogen Booster System
2.3. Injection Steam Turbine Engine
2.4. Electric Generator Systems
2.5. Magnetic Bearing System
2.6. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
3. Theoretical Implications
4. Managerial Implications
5. Results and Discussion
5.1. Comparison of Effectiveness and Properties of Nitrogen and Steam
5.2. Efficiency Comparison of N2 Generator and with injection Steam Turbine Engine
8. Benefits of the Study
- This technology can be installed anywhere that is well-ventilated, so it is suitable for rural areas and off-grid areas.
- The size of the engine is around 1–6000 kWh, so it is a moveable operation and a suitable method to increase economic growth around the world.
- This technology does not require fuel burning; it causes zero air pollution.
- This technology is a match for large scale industries, shopping malls, and living communities.
- This technology would disrupt huge power generation plants which use natural resources, especially the nuclear plants.
- Logistics costs of power generation will decrease greatly, no more need for transmission lines.
- This is the greenest and the most sustainable technology for electrical power generation.
- The cost of electrical power will decrease all over the world, which is beneficial for everyone.
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|Nitrogen purity (%)||95–99|
|Nitrogen flow rate (Nm3/h)||5000|
|Ambient air temperature (°C)||40|
|Nitrogen outlet pressure (bar)||13|
|Nitrogen booster to pressure (bar)||1–300|
|Rated power (kW/h)||6000|
|Rated speed (rpm)||8000|
|Incoming temperature (°C)||435|
|Pressure into the steam (bar)||34.3|
|Consumption of vapor rate (kg/s)||6.36|
|1||Electrical generator (kW/h)||It depends on the manufacturer’s design.||5800/6000|
|2||Rated speed (rpm)||(Contact and non-contact)|
|3||Pressure into the system (bar)||It depends on the manufacturer’s design.||14.10/34.30|
|4||Temperature inside the system (°C)||It depends on the manufacturer’s design.||522/435|
|5||Gas energy consumption rate (kg/s)||It depends on the manufacturer’s design.||21.40/6.36|
|6||The amount of electricity supplied in the system (kW/h)||Power input||300–1000|
|7||The amount of electricity supplied to the transmission grid (MW/h)||Power output (max)||5.8/6.0|
|8||Frequency (Hz)||It depends on the manufacturer’s design.||50/60|
|9||Efficiency (%)||It depends on the manufacturer’s design.||33.20/83.10|
|10||The cost of electricity (cents/kW/h)||Depends on each country’s set prices. Cost/unit.||10.40–39.42|
|Descriptions||Injection Steam Turbine (Set) 6000 (kW/h)||Nitrogen Generator (Set)|
|Rated power (kW/h)||6000||-|
|Rated speed (rpm)||8000||-|
|Incoming temperature (°C)||435||40|
|Pressure into the (gas) steam and nitrogen (bar)||34.3||34.3–300|
|Consumption of vapor rate (kg/s)||6.36||1.73|
|Balanced gas production ratio per one unit and in this case the equation has not yet been modified, (set) of machines||1||4|
|Electricity consumption rate of motor (kW/h)||-||2400|
|Balance of power for supply output (kW/h)||3600||-|
|Price of products (USD/set)||1,529,519||6,118,078|
|Possibilities after installing the magnetic bearing system (cost savings)||50%||50%|
|Balanced gas production ratio per one unit and in this case the equation has not yet been modified, (set) of machines||1||2|
|Electricity consumption rate of motor (kW/h)||-||1200|
|Balance of power for supply (kW/h)||4800||-|
|Price of products (USD/set)||1,529,519||3,059,039|
|No.||Parameters||Injection Steam Turbine||Nitrogen Generator Size 5000 (Nm3/h)|
|1||Electrical generator output (kW/h)||6000||-|
|3||Pressure into the system (bar)||34.30||34.30–300|
|4||Temperature inside the system (°C)||435||40|
|5||Gas energy consumption rate (kg/s)||6.36||1.73|
|6||Balanced gas production ratio per one unit and in this case the equation has not yet been modified (Set)||1||4|
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Vattanapuripakorn, W.; Khannam, K.; Sonsupap, S.; Kaewkhiaw, P.; Tongsantia, U.; Sarasamkan, J.; Bubphachot, B. Advanced Power Generation Using a Nitrogen Turbine Engine Instead of a Conventional Injection Steam Turbine Engine. Inventions 2021, 6, 62. https://doi.org/10.3390/inventions6040062
Vattanapuripakorn W, Khannam K, Sonsupap S, Kaewkhiaw P, Tongsantia U, Sarasamkan J, Bubphachot B. Advanced Power Generation Using a Nitrogen Turbine Engine Instead of a Conventional Injection Steam Turbine Engine. Inventions. 2021; 6(4):62. https://doi.org/10.3390/inventions6040062Chicago/Turabian Style
Vattanapuripakorn, Wenich, Khomson Khannam, Sathapon Sonsupap, Prachakon Kaewkhiaw, Umakorn Tongsantia, Jiradanai Sarasamkan, and Bopit Bubphachot. 2021. "Advanced Power Generation Using a Nitrogen Turbine Engine Instead of a Conventional Injection Steam Turbine Engine" Inventions 6, no. 4: 62. https://doi.org/10.3390/inventions6040062