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  • North Carolina State University - 11 MW CHP & District Energy System - Case Study

    North Carolina State University - 11 MW CHP & District Energy System - Case Study

    Quick Facts LOCATION: Raleigh, North Carolina MARKET SECTOR: University IN OPERATION SINCE: 2012 GENERATING CAPACITY: 11 Megawatts (MW) THERMAL OUTPUT: 100,000 lbs/hour steam FUEL: Natural Gas and Distillate Fuel Oil EQUIPMENT: (2) 5.5 MW Gas Turbines (2) 50,000 lb/hr recovery boilers (2) auxiliary duct burners 750 kW Black start generator

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  • Thermal Vapour Recompression
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    Thermal Vapour Recompression

    The thermal vapor recompression (TVR) builds on the same principle as the mechanical alternative, but uses only a portion of the resulting vapor for heating the system. The compression of the steam for heat recovery takes place in a steam jet pump. This is usually designed for a specific operating point and works on the jet pump principle. A certain amount of steam, the so-called motive steam, is ...

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