Comparative study between parabolic trough power plants with direct steam generation and integrated Solar Combined Cycle System in Algeria

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14710/ijred.0.X.xxx-xxx

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Submitted: 17-04-2017
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Parabolic trough power plants have several concepts for production energy, these concepts are developed by Solar Electric Generating System (SEGS) and Direct Solar Steam (DISS) project for research and development, the SEGS is developed the integrated solar combined cycle system (ISCCS), however in recent years the DISS project with direct steam generation (DSG) technology   proves the evaluation from the cost, the process control and the easy erection in construction.

  There are many studies developed in the power plants system for ISCCS and DSG, in this paper will be study the process of heat transfer performance taken into account the thermodynamic analyses for comparison between   the ISCCS and DSG plants including the aspect of natural gas-boiler.

The module evaluated in this dependant document with TRNSYS program and SAM System Advisor Model. This analysis was conducted to get the comparison   between both process systems of heat transfer fluid, so to get the height power generation.

Keywords

solar, energy, generation, natural gas, heat transfer, performance, power

  1. BOUMEDJIREK Mohammed  Orcid
    University Constantine 1 , Algeria
    Mechanical Engineering Department
  2. MERABET Abderrezak 
    University Constantine 1 Algeria , Algeria
    Mechanical Engineering Department
  3. BEN YAHIA Noreddine 
    University Constantine 1 Algeria , Algeria
    Mechanical Engineering Department
  4. BOUACHIR Amel 
    University Constantine 1 Algeria , Algeria
    Mechanical Engineering Department

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