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Keynote Lecture: Past and current research trends in ORC power systems
Quoilin, Sylvain
2015
 

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Abstract :
[en] The past years have seen an almost-exponentially increasing number of published papers in the ORC research field. This profusion of publications sometimes makes it difficult to get a global picture of the main challenges and ongoing research. Recent literature has also been characterized by a certain lack of originality, the same methods and approaches being repeated multiple times with few new relevant insights. It is therefore of primary importance to highlight the state-of-the-art and foster new and original research, potentially resulting in new technological improvements. This keynote provides an overview of the state of the art and of the main research trends in ORC power systems. It does not aim at covering all research fields, but highlights and describes a few relevant topics originating from the previous ORC conferences and from the scientific literature. The main methods, mathematical tools and results are described in such a way to provide useful information for the replication of such studies. Recommendations are finally formulated, together with an open discussion regarding possible relevant future contributions in ORC research.
Disciplines :
Energy
Author, co-author :
Quoilin, Sylvain  ;  Université de Liège > Département d'aérospatiale et mécanique > Systèmes énergétiques
Language :
English
Title :
Keynote Lecture: Past and current research trends in ORC power systems
Publication date :
2015
Event name :
3rd International Conference on ORC Power Systems
Event date :
from 11-10-2015 to 13-10-2015
Audience :
International
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since 15 October 2015

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