7. COGENERATION - Bureau of Energy Efficiency
Figure 7.4 Schematic Diagram of Gas Turbine Cogeneration Figure 7.5 Schematic Diagram of Reciprocating Engine Cogeneration Flue Gases (–500°C),areas of application include cement, steel, ceramic, gas and petrochemical industries.,the cogeneration plant is sized to meet the minimum electricity demandCogeneration | Engaged in Thermodynamics,Cogeneration describes the simultaneous production of electricity and thermal energy using a single fuel source. Cogeneration, or cogen for short, also called Combined Heat and Power (CHP), consists of a number of components including a prime mover, generator, heat recovery system, and thermal distribution system.PROJECT: EXPANSION OF SODA ASH, CEMENT AND CAPTIVE,,PROJECT: EXPANSION OF SODA ASH, CEMENT AND CAPTIVE COGENERATION POWER PLANT,2 Process flow diagram - Cement plant 11 3 Process flow diagram - Captive Cogeneration Power plant 13,CEMENT AND CAPTIVE COGENERATION POWER PLANT APPLICANT: M/S. TATA CHEMICALS LTD.