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Exergy Analysis and Performance Evaluation of CNG to LNG Converting Process
Internation Journal of Exergy
  • Siamak Farhad, University of Akron, Main Campus
  • M. Younessi-Sinaki
  • M. R. Golriz
  • F. Hamdullahpur
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2008
Abstract
Abstract: A process for converting Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is modelled thermodynamically and effects of design and operating parameters on exergy destruction and performance of the process are studied. Results show that CNG pressure, pressure after Joule–Thomson valve, and temperature of CNG after heat exchanger of refrigerating system have significant effects on optimum design and operation of the process. The results also indicate that the effects of CNG temperature after CNG production section, and pinch temperature of the last heat exchanger of the process are considerable. To determine the effects of natural gas composition on operating the CNG to LNG converting (CLC) process, variation of nitrogen as the most effective content of natural gas on operating the process has been studied and discussed.
Citation Information
Siamak Farhad, M. Younessi-Sinaki, M. R. Golriz and F. Hamdullahpur. "Exergy Analysis and Performance Evaluation of CNG to LNG Converting Process" Internation Journal of Exergy Vol. 5 Iss. 2 (2008) p. 164 - 176
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/siamak_farhad/23/