Professor, Mechanical Engineering, IIT(BHU), India
*Corresponding Author: SK Shukla, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, IIT(BHU), India.
Received: December 21, 2021; Published: January 01, 2022
In the present scenario of huge demand for energy and economy necessitates development of various energy resources either, conventional or nonconventional. Despite the rapid depletion of fossil fuel across the world, billions of people are yet devoid of the comfort offered by electricity. If the consumption of fossil fuel continues at the current rate, the future generation is bound to suffer from the acute shortage. The associated global warming and ozone layer depletion caused due to intensive application of fossil fuels forces us to look for solar based systems. One such system is an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) plant which is modular and scalable. It can be easily transported, assembled and commissioned rapidly at site, may it be in small industrial units or “micro-grids” for remote and isolated areas.
Citation: SK Shukla. “Solar Organic Rankine Cycle". Acta Scientific Agriculture 6.2 (2022): 01.
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