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design of waste heat recovery system for an internal combustion engine

Molten salt heaters use molten potassium nitrate and sodium nitrite as heating media. Molten salt heater will heat the powder salt over the melting point until the viscosity of the molten salt allows circulating pump works, after the whole system is under circulating condition, then feed then into the thermal fluid heater for further circulating rising temperature to make it to be recycling used. Normal media working temperature is 400-550℃, top working temperature could reach 600℃.

Technical advantages

Digitized manufacture

  • The laying-off of steel tube adopts CNC 3D laser cutting machine.
  • The manufacture of square coil tube adopts CNC three-dimensional tube bending machine, no forced shaping.
  • The manufacture of serpentuator adopts serpentuator automatic production line, once-forming.

Long life span

  • The optimized radiation heating surface and convective heating surface, the medium flow is more reasonable, without overheat of the carrier and reduce the life;
  • Convection section: optimize convection heating surface and adopt effective fix and structural support to make its working life longer.
  • Set up effective flue gas partition for convection heating surface and cast partition to make it works longer.

Less fuel consumption

  • Use superior refractory brick to build inside and superior perlite in the middle. Keep the furnace temperature under 50℃ to make the minimization of loss.
  • Furnace adopts double close line coil, which makes heating surface sufficient.

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Waste Heat Recovery on Internal Combustion Engines b

the engine which has a negative impact on the engine fuel consumption. The aim of this research is to show the potential of using turbines as a waste heat recovery system on internal combustion engines in combination of advanced technologies. Fuel energy of a Diesel engine Fuel consumption of a turbocompound engine vs. turbine size and efficiency

ISSN 2348 – 7968 Experimental analysis of Waste hea

waste heat application as in electronic chip in domestic gas-monitoring system etc. M. He, X. Zhang, K. Zeng, K.Gao, worked on waste heat of combined cycle (i) Organic rankine cycle, for recovering waste heat of oil lubricant (ii) Internal combustion engine, for recovering waste heat of high temperature exhaust gases.

US4393656A - Waste heat recovery system for an interna

A method and apparatus for recovering and utilizing waste heat from the exhaust and coolant of an internal combustion engine. The waste heat recovery system uses two separate and closed circuits of working fluid with one circuit being heated by the exhaust gases and the other being heated by the engine coolant.

A review of turbocompounding as a waste heat recover

Internal combustion engines waste a large amount of fuel energy through their exhausts. Various technologies have been developed for waste heat recovery such as turbocompounds, Rankine bottoming cycles, and thermoelectric generators that reduce fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions. Turbocompounding is still not widely applied to vehicular use

A Survey on Waste Heat Recovery from Internal Combustio

A major part of the heat supplied in an internal combustion engine is not realized as work output, but dumped into the atmosphere as waste heat. If this waste heat energy is tapped and converted into usable energy, the overall efficiency of an engine can be improved. The percentage of energy rejected to the

Waste Heat Recovery from Combustion Engines based on th

Most of the energy in the fuel burned in modern automotive internal combustion engines is lost as waste heat without contributing to the vehicle’s propulsion. In principle some of this lost energy could be captured and used to increase the vehicle ’s fuel efficiency by fitting a waste heat recovery system to the engine.

Analysis of a novel waste heat recovery mechanism for an I.C. engi

waste heat recovery system was used to evaluate the overall efficiency of the system. The engine simulated in this research was a Waukesha 16V275GL+ stationary natural gas


temperature waste heat from the exhaust gases and the exhaust gas recirculation. They usually produce mechanical power or electricity. More complex cycles and a larger number of heat sources are used for waste heat recovery from powerful internal combustion engines where additional weight and dimensions are not crucial factors.

Brayton cycle for internal combustion engine exhaust ga

Brayton cycle for internal combustion engine exhaust gas waste heat recovery J Galindo, JR Serrano, V Dolz and P Kleut Abstract An average passenger car engine effectively uses about one-third of the fuel combustion energy, while the two-thirds are wasted through exhaust gases and engine cooling.

Study On Waste Heat Recovery In An Internal Combustion Engi

Usually Internal Combustion engine an extensive heat is passed away by exhaust gases. To recover the waste heat, a variety of methods are being adopted. Turbo charging is the one of the best method to recover the waste heat. Throughout this task an attempt has been made to look at the

(PDF) Waste heat recovery systems for internal combustio

To minimize the energy loss, thereby, to maximize the efficiency of the internal combustion engine and waste heat recovery systems (WHS) are being researched a lot, especially for the application