Modeling And Efficiency Analysis Of Chps With LowerOptimum Cycle Pressure Ratio

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Volume-43 Number-2
Year of Publication : 2017
Authors : Amit Pratap, Nikhil Dev, Jat Hareshwar
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V43P211


Amit Pratap, Nikhil Dev, Jat Hareshwar "Modeling And Efficiency Analysis Of Chps With LowerOptimum Cycle Pressure Ratio", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V43(2),69-78 January 2017. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group

Now a day, pollution is increasing due to so much use of vehicles and fuel cost increasing day by day so use of bicycle is considered to be a great alternative. India is largest bicycle producer next to the China. This is because the bicycle (All terrain bike or ATB) is both environment and people friendly. Considering the rising fuels cost and pollution, the bikes are considered ideal. These can be maintained at low costs. Their inception Pedal cycle has provided society with a source of transportation, exercise, recreation and sport. New pedal cycle frames are generally motivated by mass and/or stiffness considerations and usually incorporate the use of good performance engineering statistics. Indeed, competitive bicycling has promoted the use of different advanced and improved structural materials including non-ferrous alloys (e.g. primarily alloys of aluminum and titanium) and reinforced polymers (e.g. carbon and graphite reinforced epoxies). The need for low weight coupled with good strength and stiffness has led to continuing trail and evolution of high efficient materials for racing bicycles The solution to the pertaining issue is to switch to the most genuine and a proven tool of structure of engineering; the Finite Element Analysis Method (FEA).


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Cogeneration Cycle, Gas turbine, Exergy, CR, Regenerator.