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Supercritical Technology Advancements Required for High Efficiency and Clean Coal Power Generation

Supercritical Technology Advancements Required for High Efficiency and Clean Coal Power Generation

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Market Study
Published: January 2013
Pages: 7
Tables: For full details, please email keithw@cmsinfo.com
From: GBP 328.95  Buy Now!
Research from: GlobalData
Sector: Power

Supercritical Technology Advancements Required for High Efficiency and Clean Coal Power Generation

Summary

The need for efficient and clean coal power has led to the evolution of better product design in Supercritical (SC) technologies. Global companies are developing new product designs for boilers, turbines, furnace walls, spirals and vertical configurations that can be made compatible with the extreme steam/pressure conditions. Power plants using SC technologies operate under extreme steam and pressure conditions to enhance power efficiency. All the leading Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are engaged in the development of advanced SC technologies to meet the diverse project requirements in conjunction with the environmental benefits. Since the 1980s, the technology has evolved from subcritical, to SC, to Ultra-Supercritical (USC), which increases the overall efficiency of the power plant and reduces the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

Scope

- Need for supercritical technologies for power generation
- Initiatives taken by global OEM's to accelerate the technological growth of supercritical technologies
- Efficiency concerns raising market for the supercritical technologies

Reasons to buy

- Gain insights towards the role of increasing operating temperature and pressure in supercritical technology for enhanced efficiency
- Developing product designs that will enhance the growth of supercritical technologies market
- Identifying the leading OEM's involved in the development of supercritical technologies

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