Secondary Power Resources of the Fuel and Energy Complex in Ukraine

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F.P., Shkrabets; V.V., Berdnyk

Secondary Power Resources of the Fuel and Energy Complex in Ukraine Journal Article

Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, 3 (2), pp. 150-155, 2016, ISSN: 2412-5954.

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Authors: Shkrabets F.P., Berdnyk V.V.

ABSTRACT. This article describes the types of secondary energy resources that occur during or as a result of mining or of technological processes at metallurgical, coke and chemical enterprises. The research of opportunities to use them directly at industrial enterprises, in case when an energy resource or the energy generated “is not a commodity” was carried out. To generate electricity from secondary sources, the use of diesel power plants and gas–turbine facilities was offered. The values ​​of investments in the construction of thermal power plants (TPP) based on different types of secondary energy resources were calculated. Tentative capacities of power plants, which utilize the energy of secondary sources were also computed. The figures used for assessing the release and use of secondary energy resources were given. The necessity of using secondary sources of energy to reduce harmful effects on the environment was emphasized.

Keywords: secondary sources of energy, coal mines, heat electropower stations, diesel power plants, coal methane, power generation

DOI 10.13140/RG.2.1.2970.7921


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