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With a chorus of voices about CO2 emissions reaching a peak, it becomes imminent that this fluid is utilized for power generation and for refrigeration. A near atmospheric temperature critical point throws a number of challenges as most of the cycles have to be trans-critical. This is in tandem with excellent thermodynamic and heat transfer properties. Numerous engineering challenges are posed most of which are already overcome due to current technological advances.

This webinar will address Brayton cycle-based power generation with CO2 with normal mechanical compression and thermal compression. On the refrigeration front, possibilities of using this fluid in sub- and trans-critical operations will be discussed. Issues concerning heat exchangers, compressors, and lubrication will be highlighted.

3 key takeaways:

  • How CO2 can be used as a working fluid
  • Current status of its use in power generation
  • Developments in CO2 use in refrigeration and air conditioning

Presenter: Professor Kandadai Srinivasan

Join us to learn more at this must-attend event for engineering professionals and aspiring engineers alike.

Reserve your spot at this free webinar today!

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10 March 2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM UTC+8
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