Intended Audience: Mechanical & HVAC Engineers
PDH UNITS: 1
Trigeneration, as the name implies, refers to three energies, and is defined as the simultaneous production of heat and power, just like cogeneration, except trigeneration takes cogeneration one step further by also producing chilled water for air conditioning or process use with the addition of absorption or adsorption chillers. Trigeneration, also referred to as CHCP (combined heating, cooling and power), BCHP (building cooling, heating and power) and integrated energy systems, permits even greater operational flexibility at businesses with demand for energy in the form of heating and cooling. Just as a cogeneration power plant captures and makes use of the waste heat, absorption or adsorption chillers capture the waste (or rejected) heat and produce chilled water The course discusses about eco-generation – A need of today’s environment. Eco-generation dis optimization of economic and ecological benefits in the power generation process. Eco-generation produces huge savings for our environment through the reduction, or even elimination, of pollution associated with power and energy production. Additionally, eco-generation appeals to our customers' economic bottom line by providing them with significant fuel and electrical savings. It also discusses Trigeneration advantages, adoptability, schematic, temperature profile etc.
Learning ObjectivesAt the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
- Be able to understand fundamentals of Trigeneration process.
- Be able to know different methods to achieve Trigeneration.
- Be able to understand how Trigeneration can meet today’s demand of energy efficient power.
- Be able to know the temperature distribution in various parts of trigeneration plant.
- Be able to understand applications of Trigeneration.