The Thermoeconomics of Energy Conversions (HAR/CDR)

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The Thermoeconomics of Energy Conversions (HAR/CDR)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 172 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780080442709
  • DDC分類 621.042

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The Thermoeconomics of Energy Conversions presents the developed methodologies that reveal the cost effectiveness of energy-resource-saving ideas design. This book discusses the theory of thermoeconomics.Organized into nine chapters, this book begins with an overview of the foundation of the design analysis of systems that use or produce useful forms of energy. This text then examines the rational basis for costing energy conversion devices for the purpose of optimal system design. Other chapters consider the enhancement of system optimization. This book discusses as well the significance of the design models of energy conversion devices as rich resources for predicting both their costs and overall performance of their system. The final chapter deals with the software of the accompanying compact disc.This book is a valuable resource for engineers and scientists who are involved in the development of efficient energy conversion systems. Students, system designers, and device designers will also find this book useful.

Contents

Preface1 Introduction1.1 The Emerging Concerns1.2 The Complexity of the Design Space1.3 The Level of Details of a System Description1.4 The Interaction of Energy and Materials Requirements1.5 The History of Thermoeconomics Development1.6 The Question Posed for Thermoeconomic Analysis1.7 The Importance of an Integrated Database1.8 The Main Pillars of Thermoeconomic Analysis1.9 General References2 Improved Thermodynamic Analysis2.1 The Exergy Function2.2 The Thermodynamic Analysis of a System in the Steady State2.3 Tutorial2.4 References3 Improved Costing Analysis3.1 The Objective Function as a Cost Function3.2 Making and Operating Resources of an Energy-Conversion Device3.3 The Quantification of the Making and Operating Resources for a Device3.4 Making and Operating Resources of a System of Devices3.5 The Cost Indices CF, {Czi}, and {Cai}3.6 Combining Second-Law and Costing Analyses (Thermoeconomic Analysis)3.7 Tutorial3.8 Selected References4 Enhanced System Optimization4.1 A Two-Level Decomposition Strategy4.2 Decomposition at the Discipline Level4.3 Decomposition at the Device Level4.4 More on the Objective Function and on Decomposition4.5 Programming Thermoeconomic Analysis4.6 Tutorial4.7 Selected References5 The Manipulation of the Design Models of Devices5.1 Multidisciplinary Problems in General5.2 The Communication Between the Disciplines of Thermodynamics and Design5.3 A Heat Exchange Device5.4 Tutorial5.5 Selected References6 Off-Design Performance Due to Load Variation6.1 Managing the Inefficiency of Variable-Load Operation6.2 Predicting the Part-Load Performance of a System of Devices6.3 Handling the System-Design of Variable-Load Problems6.4 Optimal Operation of a Facility of Systems of Same Product6.5 Tutorial6.6 Selected References7 Application Examples7.1 Time-Independent Production7.2 Time-Dependent Production7.3 Closing Remarks7.4 Selected References8 Software, Analyzed Systems and their Flow Diagrams:8.1 Contents of the Compact Disc8.2 Brief Description of the Six Executable Tools8.3 The Analyzed Systems and Their Flow Diagrams9 AppendicesAppendix 9.1 Some Useful Forms of the Flow ExergyAppendix 9.2 Thermodynamic and Design ModelsAppendix 9.3 Capital and Performance EquationsAppendix 9.4 Refreshing Basic Engineering MaterialAppendix 9.5 Selected General PropertiesAppendix 9.6 A Selected Compilation of Heat Transfer Film Coefficients and Friction FactorsAppendix 9.7 GlossaryAppendix 9.8 NomenclatureAppendix 9.9 Constants and Conversion FactorsSubject Index