Research on the Development of Thermal Power Engineering Based on Energy and Boilers


  • Mingxin He



Energy, Boilers, Thermal Power, Engineering Development


 In the backdrop of continuously escalating global energy demands, the significance of thermal power generation as a conventional form of energy conversion in the realms of energy and boiler technology cannot be overstated. This study encompasses various energy sources and boiler types utilized in thermal power generation engineering, as well as the potential and practices of these technologies in enhancing energy efficiency and sustainability. The research also delves into the environmental and economic challenges faced by current thermal power generation, along with discussions on future development opportunities. Through case analyses of existing technologies, this paper aims to offer a comprehensive perspective, identifying key advancements and optimization pathways in thermal power generation engineering, thereby providing insights for future energy frameworks.


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10 May 2024




How to Cite

He, M. (2024). Research on the Development of Thermal Power Engineering Based on Energy and Boilers. International Journal of Energy, 4(3), 11-14.