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Essentials of Natural Gas Microturbines (Paperback)
  • Essentials of Natural Gas Microturbines (Paperback)

Essentials of Natural Gas Microturbines (Paperback)

Paperback 270 Pages / Published: 13/04/2017
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Addressing a field which, until now, has not been sufficiently investigated, Essentials of Natural Gas Microturbines thoroughly examines several natural gas microturbine technologies suitable not only for distributed generation but also for the automotive industry. An invaluable resource for power systems, electrical, and computer science engineers as well as operations researchers, microturbine operators, policy makers, and other industry professionals, the book:

Explains the importance of natural gas microturbines and their use in distributed energy resource (DER) systemsDiscusses the history, development, design, and operation of gas microturbinesIntroduces the Evolutionary Algorithm for pollutant emissions and fuel consumption minimizationAnalyzes the power electronics for grid connection of natural gas microturbinesIncludes actual power quality measurements-graphical representations and numerical data-from a real systemContains 39 color figures

Readers benefit from the clarity and practicality of Essentials of Natural Gas Microturbines, ultimately learning new techniques to increase electrical load efficiency, keep the environment cleaner, and improve equipment exploitation based on mathematical results.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9781138074187
Number of pages: 270
Weight: 500 g
Dimensions: 235 x 156 mm


"This book gives a comprehensive treatment of the most important features regarding practical construction details and the control system strategies adopted by micro gas turbines fuelled by natural gas."
- Daniele Cocco, Department of Mechanical, Chemical, and Materials Engineering, University of Cagliari, Italy

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