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A systematic correlation appears to exist between exergy loss rate and capital cost, but not between energy loss rate and capital cost. This finding is based on the observation that the variation in thermodynamic loss rate/ capital cost ratio values for different devices is large when based on energy loss and small when based on exergy loss. • Devices in modern coal-fired electricity-generating stations appear to conform approximately to a particular value of the thermodynamic loss rate/capital cost ratio (based on exergy loss), which reflects the “appropriate” trade-off between exergy losses and capital costs that is practiced in successful plant designs.
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