A Short Review on Kalina Cycle
Keywords:Kalina cycle, Low temperature, Heat recovery
This paper provides an overview of various studies on the Kalina cycle and their applications. The century-old Rankine cycle is the foundation for modern power facilities. However, a modified Rankine cycle known as the Kalina cycle has proven to be more efficient than the conventional Rankine cycle and may be able to provide the additional power required for medium- and low-temperature sources and residual heat recovery. Comparing the effectiveness of the Kalina cycle and the Rankine cycle in converting electrical energy from low-temperature sources, Kalina cycle seems more suitable for low temperature power generation.
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