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Volume 179, 20182018 2nd International Conference on Mechanical, Material and Aerospace Engineering (2MAE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||26 July 2018|
Increasing the Efficiency of Storage of Cryoproduct through the Introduction of Technical Solutions
Samara University, Department Of Heat Engineering And Heat Engines, 443086 Moskovskoye shosse, 34, Samara, Russia
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In various systems of aerospace engineering, transport, as well as in energy complexes for various purposes, cryogenic liquids are now widely used. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is an environmentally friendly energy source that has several advantages over petroleum products. LNG using reduces the weight and size characteristics of tanks for storage and transportation. Reducing the loss of cryoproducts using low-potential power machines to ensure efficient storage of cryoproducts. Significant problems associated with the loss of its low-potential energy (caused by heat from the environment). There is a need to improve solutions to compensate for losses and expenses. This study examined the possibility of reducing the loss of cryoproducts when stored in tanks and transportation systems. Details were studied: assessment of losses of the cryoproduct and its capabilities for low-temperature energy, calculation of the loss compensation loop, calculation of the contour for generating additional energy based on a heat power plant, analysis of low-potential power plants, compensating losses of cryoproducts during storage. The main results of the research are the proposal to organize the LNG Storage, calculate the loss compensation loop and the supplementary energy circuit.
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