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Performance Evaluation of a Solar-Powered Regenerative Organic Rankine Cycle in Different Climate Conditions
A model to evaluate the performance of a solar powered regenerative Organic Rankine Cycle (R-ORC) using five dry organic fluids: RC318, R227ea, R236ea, R236fa, and R218, is presented in this paper. The system is evaluated in two locations in the U.S.: Jackson, MS and Tucson, AZ. The weather data for each location is used to determine the heat available from the solar collector that could be used by the R-ORC to generate power. Results from the R-ORC performance are compared with a basic ORCdoi:10.3390/en10010094 fatcat:sfz2ku2rmjajro6xx2navgjhy4