Combining their wealth of experience and knowledge, the author team presents recent advanced technologies to the reader to enable them to further research and development in various systems, notably combined cycles, USC and A-USC, as well as PFBC and IGCC. The most recent best practices for material development for advanced power system as well as future scope of this important field of technology are clearly presented, and environment, maintenance, regulations and standards are considered throughout. The inclusion of photographs and drawings make this a unique reference for all those working and researching in the thermal engineering fields.
The book is directed to professional engineers, researchers and post-graduate students of thermal engineering in industrial and academic field, as well as plant operators and regulators.
- Develops a deeper understanding of the design, construction, operation and control of power boilers, being a key component of thermal power generation system
- Written by experts from the leaders and pioneers in thermal engineering of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers and draws upon their combined wealth of knowledge and experience
- Includes photographs and drawings of real examples and case studies from Japan and other key regions in the world to provide a deeper learning opportunity.
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- Fossil fuels combustion and environmental issues
Introduction to boilers
General planning of thermal power plant
Power boiler design
Construction, operation, and control of power boiler
Gas turbine combined cycle
Ultrasupercritical and advanced ultrasupercritical power plants
Examples of thermal power station
Boiler explosion and inspection
Future perspective and remarks
Mamoru Ozawa is a professor emeritus and a senior researcher of Research Center
for Societal Safety Sciences, Kansai University, Japan. He received his doctoral
degree from Osaka University in 1977. His research interests include boiling heat
transfer, two-phase flow dynamics, combustion system, boiler, and safety in industrial
systems. He has authored and coauthored more than 150 refereed journals,
more than 150 conference papers, several handbooks, and many books related to
thermal hydraulics in steam power. Among his edited books the most recently published
Science of Societal Safety has been chapter-downloaded more than 60,000
times. He served the Board of Directors and the President of Heat Transfer Society
of Japan and the Chairman of the Power and Energy Systems Division of the Japan
Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME). He was awarded several times from the
Visualization Society of Japan, the Heat Transfer Society of Japan, and the JSME.
Hitoshi Asano is a professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kobe
University, Japan. He received his doctoral degree from the Kobe University
in 2000. His research interests include boiling and condensation heat transfer,
two-phase flow dynamics in energy conversion systems, compact heat exchangers
for HVAC systems, and two-phase flow cooling systems for electric and power
equipment. He has authored and coauthored more than 100 refereed journals and
more than 130 conference papers. He is a member of the Scientific Council of
International Center for Heat and Mass Transfer and is a fellow of the JSME.
He received the Asian Academic Award from the Japan Society of Refrigeration
and Air-Conditioning Engineers, the Society of Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating
Engineers of Korea, and the Chinese Association of Refrigeration in 2018.