CO2 process analyzer Articles

  • The development of CO2 expander technology in CO2 transcritical cycles

    In this study, the CO2 expansion process in CO2 transcritical cycles is analysed by taking a typical operation condition as an example. The expansion work is divided into two parts: the first is the work done mainly by pressure potential energy without the phase change, and the second is the work done mainly through the volume expansion of the two-phase fluid. ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Comparison and analysis of the expansion process in a CO2 transcritical cycle

    The isentropic and isenthalpic expansion processes in a CO2 transcritical cycle were analysed thermodynamically. It was found that the effective refrigeration capacity of the cycle with the isentropic expansion process is higher than the cycle with the isenthalpic expansion process. The increment is slightly larger than the expansion work recovered because of the transcritical nature of the ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Brewing Plant Process Control Monitoring Made Effortless

    Large Brewery Tests a New Plant Process Control Monitoring System CAS DataLoggers services one of the world’s largest brewing companies with a brewing Plant Process Control Monitoring system. The organization operates a brewing plant located in Eastern Europe which produces about 600,000 liters of beer destined for export markets in the USA, Russia, Sweden, and Norway. The plant’s ...

    By CAS DataLoggers

  • Role of primary sedimentation on plant-wide energy recovery and carbon footprint

    The goal of this paper is to show the effect of primary sedimentation on the chemical oxygen demand (COD) and solids fractionation and consequently on the carbonaceous and energy footprints of wastewater treatment processes. Using a simple rational procedure for COD and solids fraction quantification, we quantify the effects of varying fractions on CO2 and CO2-equivalent ...

    By IWA Publishing

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