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OME dedicates a wide range of electric motors for specific cogeneration plants, the simultaneous production of mechanical power and heat through the reuse of the exhaust fumes of a gas turbine, steam or other types of motors, usually used for the water heating and environments.
The alternative customized electric motors for cogeneration are electric motors used to provide energy to the mechanical alternators intended to produce electricity.
The thermal energy is recovered by the cooling system of electric motors and from the flue gases to produce hot water or steam.
The alternative electric motors for cogeneration are a range of electric motors used to provide the mechanical energy to the alternator for the production of electrical energy. In cogeneration plants thermal energy is recovered both from the cooling system of the electric motors, with liquids ranging from 90 ° -120 ° of temperature, and from the flue gases with a temperature of between 450 ° and 500 °, to produce water steam or hot.
A typical system of CHP with an alternative motor employs average 2,78kW energy from the fuel, to produce 1 kW of electricity (36% yield) and 0.67 kW of heat energy at high temperature (the exhaust gas) and 0 , 61 kW of heat energy at a low temperature (by cooling) for a total yield of 82%.
The cogeneration technology allows you to make the most of the energetic properties of a fuel that, instead of burning in a boiler, is maximized for the simultaneous production of electricity for own consumption and for the possible sale.
In general, a cogeneration system is made from an electric motor plant, an electric generator, driven by the plant engine, and is able to produce electricity, and heat recuperators.