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Combustion studies of blended fuel oil as an alternative fuel for industrial gas turbines (AFTUR) and controlling NOx and soot emissions

Hussain, Ahmad and Ani, Farid Nasir and Mustafa, Azeman and Mamat, Zainul Asri and Zardi, Zulfadhly and Abdul Aziz, Abdul Aziz (2005) Combustion studies of blended fuel oil as an alternative fuel for industrial gas turbines (AFTUR) and controlling NOx and soot emissions. In: 3rd Pakistan Oil, Gas & Energy Exhibition 2005, 19-20th May 2005, Karachi Expo Center, Pakistan.

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Abstract

cloba1 ifterest in clean power generation has driven continued improvement oi power systems. lmprovemeni eiforts focus on reducing emissions impfoving efficiency and lowering costs withoui sacrificing reliabillty. Advances arc occur ng on all three fronts, but prcgress s lslally achieved on a single-composition fuel. Thus, there is a need to consider iuel composiiion and fuel prcperty variables on advanced power genetaiion sysiems Cuffent gas turbine systems that are capabie of buming fuels arc normally developed for a slngle specific flel (such as naiural gas or domestic fuel oil) and use cofventional diffusion flame technology with relatively high levels of NOx and padially unbu.ned species em ssions

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Alternative fuel, blended fuel oil, combustion, industrial gas turbines, Nox emission, soot emission
Subjects:T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions:Chemical and Natural Resources Engineering (Formerly known)
ID Code:5459
Deposited By: Norhani Jusoh
Deposited On:30 Apr 2008 07:15
Last Modified:28 Aug 2017 08:42

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