Power plants – Motive fluid energized by externally applied heat – Process of power production or system operation
60651, 60655, 62 52, 62514R, F01K 1700
Power is recovered from the vaporization of liquefied natural gas by warming and vaporizing the liquefied natural gas against a first multicomponent stream which is cooled and liquefied. The liquefied multicomponent stream is pumped to an elevated pressure and is warmed and vaporized against a second multicomponent stream which is cooled and liquefied. The warmed first multicomponent stream is heated, expanded through a generator loaded expander and recycled. The liquefied second multicomponent stream is pumped to an elevated pressure, heated, vaporized and expanded through a second generator loaded expander and recycled.
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Fuini Dennis L.
Newton Charles L.
Air Products and Chemicals Inc.
Chase Geoffrey L.
Cline William R.
Innis E. Eugene
McNally John F.
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