Hardbound. Combined power plants offer higher efficiency and lower fuel consumption than conventional plants. This new text, which makes an excellent companion to the author's earlier book, Cogeneration - Combined Heat & Power, outlines the basic thermodynamics and economics of combined power plants and the purpose behind their design. Detailed analyses of the factors involved in the operation of combined power plants are clearly presented. Also covered are the history of the developments of combined power plants, practical schemes and experiences and major developments in the field to bring the text up-to-date. The whole book presents a totally original text, ideal for students and practising engineers alike.
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, xxiv, 288 pages, numerous graphs and tables throughout, index at rear,
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Book Description Pergamon Press Inc, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 80405029