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Diploma in Heat Power Technology  

Heat and Power Technology integrates the production of heat and power (electricity), in one single, highly efficient process. It is also known as also known as cogeneration, and it is the simultaneous production of electricity and heat from a single fuel source, such as natural gas, biomass, biogas, coal, waste heat, or oil. Heat and Power Technology research is performed in the areas of steady and time dependent flow through turbo machines and in gas turbine related combustion.

Heat & Power Technologies are commercially available for on-site generation and combined heat and power applications and it includes utility interconnection costs and issues, environmental regulations and technology costs have kept these technologies from gaining wider acceptance. Heat Power Technology takes advantage of the waste heat from electricity production to provide both electricity and useful thermal energy from a single energy source and be more efficient and cost-effective than providing heat and electricity separately, which would typically require more fuel use.

Some Features & Benefits

1. Cogeneration systems generate both heat and power.

2. CHP systems use waste heat from various sources to increase plant efficiency by up to 90     percent.

3. Cogeneration achieves 40 percent energy savings vs. separate power and heat generation     equipment.

4. Reduces or eliminates transportation and distribution losses.

5. Generated power is used by an individual facility or fed into a public power grid.

6. Cogeneration systems also can be used for CO2 fertilization in greenhouses and     regeneration systems.


Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with any subjects to get admission     into Diploma.

2. Diploma in Heat Power Technology.



Graduates are employed in Government and Public sectors, Manufacture industries, chemical, power plants, steel plants, agricultural, space research institutes, automobile and aeronautical as well as the railways.

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