ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM. Quarterly Progress Report No. 6, July 1, 1967--October 1, 1967. Page: 58 of 62
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A schematic of the test loop s. shown In gtre
Z. 3- The fluid flows frbn the resr'JQr a d p ases n-
thrgrgh a Jet pump or simply flows directly to the pump
ixlet seation. The fluid i0 presaUethe pump and
delivered to a manual control valve which is used to control
pump flow and #*it-pressure . The Plow J then fi-tored and
returned to the reserve and toe cycle completed. A_
detailed descripti of the pumps lp tst objectives,
rd test procedure is given in the,, test hpla hich has bee-
submitted to the ABC for approal.
The design of a boiler for an organic Rankne yl
pwer system reaqires knowledge of the heat trasfer 'and
stability charac teistics of the evaporat on proessover
the entire length" of the toiler tuibe Tli ese characteristics
are intimately related to th& complec two-phase hydrodynamic
flow pa en that exist as ' result of the boilin proCSS
In addition, the overall boiler ,pressure drop is also a
arameter of importance. The pressure drop should be kept
as low~ as possible to .inimize power system performance
pejnalties, without sacrificing stability and .heat tartsfer
requirements. The theoretical and emp ivicaleq ations used
to define these areas of interest are at best, uno6nfirmed
and limited in scope. In addition the uncertainty of these
equations is 'maified by the necessity of mo d ying these
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Adam, A.W. ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM. Quarterly Progress Report No. 6, July 1, 1967--October 1, 1967., report, January 1, 1967; United States. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1032622/m1/58/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.