Waste heat recover unit design for gas turbine propulsion systems
Combs, Robert Meredith
Pucci, Paul F.
Marto, Paul J.
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A design model for a once-through waste heat recovery unit with a segmented fin-tube arrangement was developed along with a simple model of a combined gas and steam (COGAS) turbine propulsion system. These models were integrated and applied in a computer program written in FORTRAN IV for the IBM 360-67 computer. Waste heat recovery unit designed were produced and tested at an off-design conditions. Using the space constraints and power requirements of a Navy destroyer-type ship, one design was selected and employed to make possible estimates of possible fuel savings to be realized through the application of a COGAS system.
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