improve the performance to address changing operating conditions
The greater part of the total cost of ownership arises during the operating phase. These costs are predominantly energy costs, but significant additional costs are also associated with reduced performance or changing operating conditions. To gain optimal plant operation, adjusting condenser operation to specific requirements can in some cases considerably reduce these costs and increase your net electrical output.
About 50% of the fuel energy ends up condensing in the cooling system. The greatest potential for heat rate improvements in most Rankine cycles is through achieving and maintaining year-round lowest possible back pressure beyond original design conditions, for example, higher wind speeds.
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