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We Are All Being Robbed!  Some Thoughts on Energy Heat Recovery

We Are All Being Robbed!  Some Thoughts on Energy Heat Recovery

By Francis A. Di Bella, P.E.
Sep 28, 2017

There are not many people who would argue that if you only received 30% of a commodity that you need to purchase every day to enable you to have your share of “…life, liberty and the pursuit of...

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Improving the Efficiency of Supercritical CO2 Power Systems

Improving the Efficiency of Supercritical CO2 Power Systems

By Francis A. Di Bella, P.E.
Apr 27, 2017

The contemporary gas turbine engine, developed in the 1940’s by Sir Frank Whittle (pictured), is still considered to be among the most efficient, external combustion engines. Today, there is a...

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Agile Engineering Design System for Steam and Organic Rankine Cycle Turbines

Agile Engineering Design System for Steam and Organic Rankine Cycle Turbines

By Concepts NREC
Sep 1, 2016

Expanding design capabilities for advanced high-performance turbines for steam and organic Rankine cycle power generation is a constant area of focus in developing Concepts NREC’s Agile Engineering...

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The CN300: Converting Low Temperature Heat to Electric Power

The CN300: Converting Low Temperature Heat to Electric Power

By Concepts NREC
Sep 1, 2016

Concepts NREC introduces licensing for its new compact, high-speed, hermetically sealed turbogenerator. Nominally rated for 300 kWe, the CN300 is designed for converting low temperature heat to...

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