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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. December 2023, 145(12): 121006.
Paper No: GTP-23-1308
Published Online: October 17, 2023
...Sean P. Cooper; Damien Nativel; Olivier Mathieu; Mustapha Fikri; Eric L. Petersen; Christof Schulz Syngas is a desirable fuel for combustion in the Allam-Fetvedt cycle, which involves combustion under supercritical-CO 2 conditions. While some work has been conducted in collecting ignition delay...
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Article Type: Research-Article
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. February 2023, 145(2): 021022.
Paper No: GTP-22-1454
Published Online: November 29, 2022
... lesser reactions. Table 4 Summary of changes to H 2 O+O⇌OH+OH rates for each of the five mechanisms tested Summary of changes to H2O+O⇌OH+OH rates for each of the five mechanisms tested Mech. Rxn no. Original A New A Original rate References NUIG Syngas [ 18 ] R4 2.97 × 10 6...
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J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. May 2021, 143(5): 051004.
Paper No: GTP-20-1287
Published Online: March 11, 2021
... velocity flammability limit natural gas syngas The use of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) in spark-ignited (SI) engines effectively reduces in-cylinder NO x emissions through a reduction of the combustion temperature [ 1 – 5 ]. Moreover, employing high levels of EGR (EGR percentage > 15...
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J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. March 2020, 142(3): 031015.
Paper No: GTP-19-1427
Published Online: February 3, 2020
... to operate with various fuel types, including natural gas and syngas produced via biomass gasification. Atmospheric experimental tests were performed and the results indicate larger flame lift-off heights and slightly higher CO gas emissions levels, while displaying lower NO x gas emissions levels for all...
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J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. March 2012, 134(3): 031504.
Published Online: December 30, 2011
... components. In addition, the results are expected to provide useful information for the design and operation of stable syngas combustion systems. 22 04 2011 09 05 2011 30 12 2011 30 12 2011 References 1 Richards , G. , McMillian , M. , Gemmen , R. , Rogers , W...
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J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. March 2012, 134(3): 031501.
Published Online: December 29, 2011
... zone makes LP type of combustors a candidate for upstream flame propagation (i.e., flashback) in the premixer that is typically not designed to sustain high temperatures. Moreover, there has been a recent demand for fuel-flexible gas turbines that can operate on hydrogen-enriched fuels like Syngas...
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J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. February 2012, 134(2): 021801.
Published Online: December 14, 2011
...-ready CO 2 sequestration conditions. The results of the study indicate that hybrid SOFC systems could achieve electric efficiencies approaching 66% [lower heating value (LHV)] when operating fueled by coal-derived clean syngas and without carbon dioxide capture. The system concept integrates SOFCs...
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J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. July 2011, 133(7): 071501.
Published Online: March 16, 2011
... flames gas turbines syngas hydrogen fuel momentum swirl stabilized burner flame stabilization Natural gas, with methane ( CH 4 ) as main component, is the most common fuel for lean premixed combustion in stationary gas turbines. The depletion of oil and natural gas...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. September 2010, 132(9): 091401.
Published Online: June 10, 2010
... , “ Syngas Capable Combustion Systems Development for Advanced Gas Turbines ,” ASME Paper No. GT2006-90970. Lindfeldt , E. G. , and Westermark , M. O. , 2006 , “ An Integrated Gasification Zero Emission Plant Using Oxygen Produced in a Mixed Conducting Membrane Reactor ,” ASME Paper...
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Article Type: Technical Briefs
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. July 2009, 131(4): 044501.
Published Online: April 14, 2009
...Adrian S. Sabau; Ian G. Wright Gas turbines in integrated gasification combined cycle power plants burn a fuel gas (syngas (SG)) in which the proportions of hydrocarbons, H 2 , CO, water vapor, and minor impurity levels may differ significantly from those in natural gas (NG). Such differences can...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. September 2008, 130(5): 051503.
Published Online: June 13, 2008
... of gas and surface temperature in determining deposition rates from ash-bearing fuels. Due to current economic and political pressures, alternate fuels such as coal, petcoke, and biomass are being considered to produce substitute syngas fuels to replace natural gas in power turbines. Given...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. March 2008, 130(2): 021504.
Published Online: January 30, 2008
...N. Slavinskaya; M. Braun-Unkhoff; P. Frank Two reduced reaction mechanisms were established that predict reliably for pressures up to about 20 bar the heat release for different syngas mixtures including initial concentrations of methane. The mechanisms were validated on the base of laminar flame...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. July 2007, 129(3): 688–694.
Published Online: December 26, 2006
... capture the effects of fuel composition variability on blowoff limits. 15 08 2006 26 12 2006 fuel flames combustion gas mixtures laminar flow syngas lean blowout hydrogen This paper describes measurements of the dependence of lean blowout limits upon fuel composition...