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Energy integration on a gasoline engine for efficiency improvement
International Journal of Thermodynamics
The internal combustion engines are the most applied energy converters in the passenger cars. In order to increase their efficiency, energy integration techniques are used to recover the waste heat. An adapted methodology is required to design the Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) as a waste heat recovery technology and to test the influence of the external temperature on its efficiency. The idea is to clusterize the external temperature profile on typical external temperature multi-periods. Thedoi:10.5541/eoguijt.324158 fatcat:wto75bbd6jcxlic4nwkbb3h7iy