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Michel Feidt   Professor  Senior Scientist or Principal Investigator 
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Michel Feidt published an article in December 2018.
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Mohammad-Ali Ahmadi

124 shared publications

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science; Memorial University of Newfoundland; St. John's NL Canada

Fethi Aloui

62 shared publications

Department of Mechanics, University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambresis, UVHC, LAMIH CNRS UMR 8201, Valenciennes, France

A. Brahim

30 shared publications

Engineers National School of Gabes, Chemical and Processes Engineering Department

Mohammad Alhuyi Nazari

22 shared publications

Aerospace Engineering Department, Shahid Sattari Aeronautical University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran

Ali Fellah

10 shared publications

High Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology, Technology Department

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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Optimization and Entropy Production: Application to Carnot-Like Refrigeration Machines Camelia Stanciu, Michel Feidt, Monica Costea, Dorin Stanciu Published: 11 December 2018
Entropy, doi: 10.3390/e20120953
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Several optimization models of irreversible reverse cycle machines have been developed based on different optimization criteria in the literature, most of them using linear heat transfer laws at the source and sink. This raises the issue how close to actual operation conditions they are, since the heat transfer law on the phase-change processes is dependent on ΔT3. This paper addresses this issue by proposing a general model for study and optimization of thermal machines with two heat reservoirs applied to a Carnot-like refrigerator, with non-linear heat transfer laws and internal and external irreversibility. The optimization was performed using First and Second Law of Thermodynamics and the Lagrange multipliers method. Thus, several constraints were imposed to the system, also different objective functions were considered, allowing finding the optimum operating conditions, as well as the limited variation ranges of the system parameters. Results show that the nature of the heat transfer laws affects the optimum values of system parameters for obtaining maximum performances and also their magnitude. Sensitivity studies with respect to system several parameters are presented. The results contribute to the understanding of the system limits in operation under different constraints and allow choosing the most convenient variables in given circumstances.
BOOK-CHAPTER 2 Reads 0 Citations Production Minimization Method and Optimization of Thermomechanical Systems. Power Optimization Versus Entropy Productio... Michel Feidt Published: 05 August 2018
Oxyfuel Combustion for Clean Energy Applications, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-62572-0_92
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Article 0 Reads 1 Citation Process development and thermodynamic analysis of a novel power generation plant driven by geothermal energy with liquef... Mirhadi S. Sadaghiani, M.H. Ahmadi, Mehdi Mehrpooya, F. Pour... Published: 01 March 2018
Applied Thermal Engineering, doi: 10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2018.01.077
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Article 5 Reads 1 Citation Thermodynamic analysis and multi-objective optimisation of endoreversible Lenoir heat engine cycle based on the thermo-e... Mohammad H. Ahmadi, Mohammad Alhuyi Nazari, Michel Feidt Published: 17 January 2018
International Journal of Ambient Energy, doi: 10.1080/01430750.2017.1423386
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PROCEEDINGS-ARTICLE 0 Reads 0 Citations Sequential optimization of a solar stirling system Bogdan Borcila, Monica Costea, Stoian Petrescu, Michel Feidt Published: 01 October 2017
2017 International Conference on ENERGY and ENVIRONMENT (CIEM), doi: 10.1109/ciem.2017.8120867
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Article 0 Reads 3 Citations The History and Perspectives of Efficiency at Maximum Power of the Carnot Engine Michel Feidt Published: 19 July 2017
Entropy, doi: 10.3390/e19070369
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Finite Time Thermodynamics is generally associated with the Curzon–Ahlborn approach to the Carnot cycle. Recently, previous publications on the subject were discovered, which prove that the history of Finite Time Thermodynamics started more than sixty years before even the work of Chambadal and Novikov (1957). The paper proposes a careful examination of the similarities and differences between these pioneering works and the consequences they had on the works that followed. The modelling of the Carnot engine was carried out in three steps, namely (1) modelling with time durations of the isothermal processes, as done by Curzon and Ahlborn; (2) modelling at a steady-state operation regime for which the time does not appear explicitly; and (3) modelling of transient conditions which requires the time to appear explicitly. Whatever the method of modelling used, the subsequent optimization appears to be related to specific physical dimensions. The main goal of the methodology is to choose the objective function, which here is the power, and to define the associated constraints. We propose a specific approach, focusing on the main functions that respond to engineering requirements. The study of the Carnot engine illustrates the synthesis carried out and proves that the primary interest for an engineer is mainly connected to what we called Finite (physical) Dimensions Optimal Thermodynamics, including time in the case of transient modelling.
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