ORC Systems Using Non-Automotive Non-Hermetic Scroll Expanders
- Systems in this area include several purpose built scrolls, and modified air compressor scrolls.
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Title: Research on a scroll expander used for recovering work in a fuel cell Very detailed analysis of scroll theory and operation. Results of prototype system. Author(s): Gao Xiaojun, Li Liansheng, Zhao Yuanyang, Shu Pengcheng, Jiang Shen Organization: National Engineering Research Center of Fluid Machinery & Compressors, School of Energy and Power Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an 710049, P.R. China and Tianjin Commercial University, Publisher: International Journal of Thermodynamics, Vol. 7, No. 1 Date Published: 2004-03-00 Date Posted: 2009-02-28 Internal Link: 05-(1-8)-gao.pdf External Link: Title: Development of a hybrid compressor-expander module for automotive fuel cell applications Discusses a program to develop a hybrid compressor-expander to extend the range of fuel cell powered vehicles. In addition to several scroll configurations, there is also a discussion of several turbine configurations. Author(s): Paul McTaggart Organization: DOE & TIAX Publisher: TIAX LLC Date Published: 2004-12-23 Date Posted: 2009-02-28 Internal Link: 878237.pdf External Link: Title: Green power from America's home heating industry CHP pep talk with several examples using ORC. A complete system prototype on slide 19 and unusually thick scroll on slide 22. Author(s): S. Freedman Organization: ECR International Publisher: Date Published: 2003-12-08 Date Posted: 2009-02-28 Internal Link: ECR022103revised.pdf External Link: Title: Simulation of an innovative stand-alone solar desalination system using an organic rankine cycle Mentions using a scroll compressor but does not specify type. Assumed to be non-automotice scroll. Compares R134a, R227ea, R236fa, R245fa. Author(s): Andreas Schuster, Jurgen Karl, Sotirios Karellas Organization: Technische Universität München, Institute of Energy Systems, Garching, Germany and National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Steam Boilers and Thermal Plants, Athen, Greece Publisher: International Journal of Thermodynamics, Vol. 10, No. 4 Date Published: 2007-12-00 Date Posted: 2009-02-28 Internal Link: 007-155_SCHUSTER.pdf External Link: Title: Experimental study and modeling of a low temperature Rankine cycle for small scale cogeneration Extensive general theory. Detailed description of system based on modified oiless scroll air compressor. Author(s): Sylvain Quoilin Organization: University of Liege, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department, Thermodynamics Laboratory Publisher: Date Published: 2007-05-00 Date Posted: 2009-02-28 Internal Link: TFE_SQ010607.pdf External Link: Title: Field feeding and advanced sustainment technology ORC system built into field kitchen. Author(s): Organization: DOD Publisher: Date Published: 2006-04-14 Date Posted: 2009-03-05 Internal Link: fast.pdf External Link: Title: Oiless compressors and expanders Airsquared designs and manufactures purpose built scroll expanders. Author(s): Organization: Air Squared Inc., Broomfield, CO Publisher: Date Published: 2006-06-08 Date Posted: 2009-03-05 Internal Link: E15H22N4.25.pdf External Link: www.airsquared.com