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Ciclo de vapor para utilizar calor residual y generar electricidad

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOCZ20180904004
Publicado:
03/10/2018
Caducidad:
04/10/2019
Resumen:
Una universidad checa ha desarrollado un sistema de generación de electricidad que aprovecha el calor residual producido en diversos procesos industriales. Este sistema se ha diseñado para utilizar calor residual de una calidad relativamente baja. El almacenamiento de calor se lleva a cabo en un circuito de acumulación en el que el intercambiador de calor transfiere energía desde un flujo de gas a una temperatura inferior a 250º C hasta un medio de transmisión de calor. Este medio de transmisión libera energía para producir vapor en un circuito secundario que alimenta a un turbogenerador. Gracias a su funcionamiento totalmente automático, la demanda de personal para realizar las tareas de mantenimiento se reduce a un máximo de 5 horas a la semana. La universidad busca socios industriales que trabajen en el sector de fabricación de turbinas de vapor con el fin de establecer acuerdos de licencia.

Details

Tittle:
Steam cycle for utilization of waste heat for electricity generation
Summary:
A Czech university developed an electricity generating system, designed for utilization of waste heat produced in various industrial processes. The system is designed to utilize waste heat of a relatively low quality. The university is looking for industrial partners specialised in business related to manufacturing of steam turbine systems and offers license agreements.
Description:
The research team from Czech university developed a system for electricity generation. The aim of the invention is to utilize waste heat from industrial processes for production of electrical energy at peak demand.

Heat storage is practiced by an accumulation circuit in which a heat exchanger transfers energy from flowing gas having a temperature lower than 250°C to a heat carrier. This medium in a convenient time releases energy to produce steam in a secondary circuit powering a turbo generator.

Due to fully automatic operation, the personnel demand is reduced to checking and maintenance work, which does not exceed 5 hours per week on average.

The university is looking for industrial partners specialised in business related to manufacturing of steam turbine systems and offers license agreement.
Advantages and Innovations:
The key advantage of the solution is an innovative turbine with new type of rotor blades and nozzles which make possible to utilize wet steam. This allows simplyfying design of the secondary circuit by eliminating the need of a superheater which has to be incorporated in conventional systems. Another advantage is the possibility of using waste streams with a wide range of parameters, thus the technology can be employed in processes characterized by fluctuating production and temperature.
Stage of Development:
Available for demonstration
IPs:
Patent(s) applied for but not yet granted
CommeR Statunts Regarding IPR Status:
Patent procedure takes place - EPV (European Patent Validation) EU.

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
The university is looking for an industrial partner who is specialised in business related to manufacturing of steam turbine systems. The partner should be capable of performing mass production of the proposed technology.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
Czech
English

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
04001001 Almacenamiento de calor
04005012 Conversión de residuos en energía