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Performance Analysis of GT/ST Hybrid System for Marine Power Applications(under Conditions of Air-Cooled Gas Turbine)

가스터빈의 냉각공기를 고려한 선박동력용 GT/ST 하이브리드시스템의 성능 평가

  • 김선희 (한국해양대학교대학원) ;
  • 정병건 (한국해양대학교기관공학부) ;
  • 김명환 (한국해양대학교기관공학부)
  • Received : 2012.04.25
  • Accepted : 2012.07.03
  • Published : 2012.07.31

Abstract

A future type ship power system requires both economic and eco-friendliness. That is, this should be reduced the discharge quantity of air pollutants and green-house gases as well as have high energy efficiency. Recently, gas turbines have been realized a lot of technical development in terms of efficiency and safety, and are widening the example of their adoption to a GT/ST hybrid system in a power plant as well as an aviation use. This paper reviewed the performance characteristics of a GT/ST hybrid system of several ten MW class, not large capacity, with a simulation in order to evaluate the possibility of a GT/ST hybrid system for ships. The reviewed GT/ST hybrid system has maximum 49 % efficiency, has the highest efficiency point for TIT, and has a 70~75 % and 25~30 % load ratio for a gas turbine and a steam turbine respectively.

미래형 선박 동력장치는 경제성과 친환경성을 같이 요구하고 있다. 즉, 높은 에너지 효율과 함께 대기오염물질 및 온실가스의 배출을 낮추어야 한다. 최근 가스터빈은 효율과 안전성 면에서 많은 기술적 발전을 이룩하였으며 항공용 이외에 파워플랜트의 GT/ST 하이브리드시스템으로 채용의 사례를 넓히고 있다. 본 논문에서는 선박용으로 GT/ST 하이브리드시스템의 가능성을 평가하기 위하여 대용량이 아닌 수십 MW급에 대한 성능 특성을 시뮬레이션으로 검토하였다. 검토된 GT/ST 하이브리드시스템은 최대 효율이 49 %정도이고 TIT에 대하여 최고 효율점을 갖으며 가스터빈과 증기터빈의 부하분담률이 각각 70~75 % 그리고 25~30 % 정도였다.

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Supported by : 한국에너지기술평가원

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