# fuel rate

## The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. References

The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. References## The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. Section 4. The methods comparison

The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. Section 4. The methods comparison
4.1.Thermodynamic methods comparison

4.1.1.Comparison principles

4.1.2.Efficiency, advantages, and disadvantages

4.1.3.Numeric analysis

4.2.Economic method comparison

4.2.1.Comparison principles

4.2.2.Efficiency, advantages, and disadvantages

4.2.3.Numerical analysis

Conclusion

## The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. Section 3. A new method

The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. Section 3. A new method
3.1. A steam turbine linear characteristic curve

3.2. Method description

3.3. Example

## The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. Section 2. A methods review

The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. Section 2. A methods review
2.1. Classification of methods

2.2. Fuel rate calculation methods used in Russia

2.2.1. “Physical” method

2.2.2. Exergy method

2.2.3. Proportional distribution method by ORGRES

2.2.4. Work method (Russian name is “method on under-produced electricity”)

2.2.5. Steam parameters consideration method

2.3. Cost allocation methods used in countries with developed electricity and heat markets

2.3.1. Exergy method

2.3.2. Work method

2.3.3. Energy method

2.3.4. Method of an alternative way of heat supply

2.3.5. Method of an alternative way of electricity supply

2.3.6. Benefit distribution method

2.3.7. Benefit and risk-sharing method

## The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. Section 1. A cost allocation problem statement

The Combined Heat and Power Plant Cost Allocation Methods: An Overview and a New Method Based on the Linear Steam Turbine Characteristic Curve. Section 1. A cost allocation problem statement
Annotation

Preface to the English version

Introduction

1. A cost allocation problem statement