Subject: Resistive load | Electrical power output | Optimal pressure ratio | Organic Rankine cycle | Scroll expander
An experimental investigation is performed for an organic Rankine cycle system with different electrical resistive loads. The test rig is set up with a small scroll expander-generator unit, a boiler and a magnetically coupled pump. R134a is used as the working fluid in ... View more
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