Innovations in Energy Generations and Heat

Exchange Processes

Dr. V.A. Gruschnikov, Leaning Research Worker, VINITI of RAN, Moscow, Russia,

key words

energy, fuel, parts, thermodynamic cycles, energy generation, energy efficiency


Energy saving, more accurate energy efficiency is one of the most important factors for life on Earth, not only because of the need for energy for the needs of life, but also in terms of environmental measures easing the load on the environment. Energy turnover in human economic exchange step can be divided into production or generation, storage and accumulation / or and use, which are based on the same thermodynamic processes. Modern innovative technologies can significantly improve the energy efficiency and / or energy efficiency used in economic circulation systems and devices, the perfection of which is estimated and efficiency of energy conversion factors. And the future belongs to the generation of alternative technologies, energy storage and is­to use — especially from renewable sources. Some implementation, consider the example of power generation and improving the thermodynamic processes used in domestic and industrial units of power.

1. Regasification and Power Generation. Pat. 8661820 USA.
2. Thermal Solar Energy Collector for Producing Heat and /or Vooling. Pat. 8839642 USA.
3. Ultra-High-Efficiency Engines and Corresponding Thermodynamic System. Pat. 8707701 USA.
4. Systems and Methods for Efficient Pumping of High-Pressure Fluids for Energy. Pat. 8733095 USA.
5. Exhaust Heat Recovery System. Pat. 8713939 USA.
6. Energy Recovery Apparatus for a Refrigeration System. Pat. 8716879 USA.
7. Method for Reclaiming an Evaporated Liquid from an Air Stream and Device for Performing the Method. Pat. 8888893 USA.
8. Method and Systems for Solid State Head Transfer. Pat. 8904809 USA.
9. Refrigerant System Performance Enhancement by Subcooling at Intermediate Temperatures. Pat. 8925336 USA.
10. Wave energy conversion. Pat. 8480381 USA.
11. Yan B., Wieberdink J., Shirazi F., Li Y., Simon T. W., Van de Ven J. D. Experimental Study of Heat Transfer Enhancement in a liquid
Piston Compressors / Expander Using Porous Media Insets, Appl. Energy, 2015, 154, pp. 40–50.
12. Apparatus for Use as a Heat Pump. Pat. 8883101 USA.