Ammonia-Water Based Thermal Conversion Technology: Applications in Waste Heat Recovery for the Cement Industry
Mark D. Mirolli, May 2007, IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Industry Conference.
The Kalina Cycle® for Cement Kiln Waste Heat Recovery Power Plants
Mark D. Mirolli, May 2005, IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Industry Conference.
Notes from the North: a Report on the Debut Year of the 2 MW Kalina Cycle® Geothermal Power Plant in Husavik, Iceland
Henry Mlcak and Mark Mirolli, Exergy, Hreinn Hjartarson, Orkuveita Húsavíkur, Marshall Ralph, Power Engineers, Inc., October 2002, GRC.
Commercialization of the Kalina Cycle® for Power Generation and its Impact on C02 Emissions
Mark D. Mirolli, December 2001, International Joint Power Generation Conference.
Design and Start-up of the 2 MW Kalina Cycle® Orkuveita Húsavíkur Geothermal Power Plant in Iceland
Henry A. Mlcak, PE, March 2001, European Geothermal Energy Council 2nd Business Seminar EGEC 2001
Ammonia–Water Bottoming Cycles
A Comparison Between Gas Engines and Gas Diesel Engines as Prime Movers
Maria Jonsson, Jinyue Yan, 2001, Energy, The International Journal, 26(1) pp. 31-44.
Triple Analogy and its use for the Combined Processes of Heat and Mass Transfer during Mixture Condensation (As Applied to Kalina Power Cycle)
Mark D. Mirolli, Alex Dvoiris, Ph.D., January 1999.
First Kalina combined-cycle plant tested successfully
Hank Leibowitz and Mark Mirolli, Exergy Inc., May 1997, Power Engineering.
An Introduction to the Kalina Cycle®
Henry A. Mlcak, PE, October 1996, ASME PWR Vol. 30, Proceedings of the International Joint Power Generation Conference, Book No. H01077 - 1996, Houston, Texas.
Images from a selection of GGL Kalina Cycle® plants for waste heat recovery and geothermal applications.
Sumitomo Metal Industries, Japan, 3.5MW
Implemented by GGL in 1999, the Sumitomo Metal Industries Kalina Cycle® plant achieves an annual energy saving equivalent to about 6600 kilolitres in oil.