Effect of Operating Temperatures on the Performance of a SOFC GT Hybrid System IJTSRD
This article presents a steady state thermodynamic model of a solid oxide fuel cell gas turbine hybrid cycle which developed by using a simulation software, MATLABÂ®. The hybrid model integrates a zero dimensional level SOFC model with gas turbine. The hybrid system was used to study the effects of some operation parameter such as SOFC operating temperature, and current density on the specific work output, electrical efficiency, and exergy efficiency of a generic hybrid cycle. The results show that if the SOFC operating temperature, the power output, electrical efficiency, and exergy efficiency increase. The electrical efficiency of the hybrid system increase from 62 to 68 , and the exergy efficiency of the hybrid system increases from 60 to 66 when the operation temperature increases from 600Â°C to 750Â°C at a current density of 6000 A cm2. On the other hand, the system efficiency and exergy decreases with an increase in the current density.
BY Abdulrazzak Akroot “Effect of Operating Temperatures on the Performance of a SOFC/GT Hybrid System”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
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