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Rankine cycle The term 'Rankine cycle' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' The thermodynamic cycle that is an ideal standard for comparing performance of heat-engines, steam power plants, steam turbines, and heat pump systems that use a condensable vapor as the working fluid. Efficiency is measured as work done divided by sensible heat supplied'.
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