Emissions Estimation From Industrial Gas Turbine Combustors

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January 30, 2014

Emissions Estimation From Industrial Gas Turbine Combustors


Introduction


I have uploaded several posts on this site based on the final manuscript of my M.Sc. thesis. All these articles were dealing – one way or another – with gas turbines. Various gas turbine-related topics were analyzed, such as emissions formation and reduction, combustor concepts, creep and fatigue analysis, as well as stress sources in the high-pressure turbine. All these posts were probably quite theoretical and were based on various literature sources (papers, books, M.Sc. and Ph.D. theses, etc.).

Today I noticed that in none of these articles there is clear evidence of the work I did in my M.Sc. thesis. For this reason, I decided to upload the presentation below, which summarizes the main findings of my study. Back in April of 2010, I presented the next few slides in front of my professors, and after about 2 months, I finally graduated from Cranfield University.

 


Contents


The presentation is divided into the following 7 parts:

  1. T.E.R.A. approach
  2. Objectives of this work
  3. Algorithm development
  4. Model results for natural gas
  5. Model results for syngas
  6. Conclusions
  7. Recommendations

 


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The file is in PDF format.

 


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The list below contains various articles that were based on my M.Sc. thesis:

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Christos Samaras

Hi, I am Christos, a Mechanical Engineer by profession (Ph.D.) and a Software Developer by obsession (10+ years of experience)! I founded this site back in 2011 intending to provide solutions to various engineering and programming problems.

Christos E. Samaras

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