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Essentials of Natural Gas Microturbines
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The Gas Turbines and the Automotive Industry The Fuel Control System for a Gas Turbine Engine Developed by Rover The Fuel Control System for a Gas Turbine Engine Developed by FIAT The Fuel Control System for a Gas Turbine Engine Developed by Ford The Fuel Control System for a Gas Turbine Engine Developed by Chrysler The Fuel Control System for a Gas Turbine Engine Developed by General Motors The Natural Gas Microturbines in the Distributed Generation The Gas Boost Compressor of the Microturbine The Ignition System The Shaft The Annular Recuperator The Catalytic Reactor for Pollutant Emissions Minimization The Gas Microturbines and the Pollutant Emissions Optimization Multi-Objective Optimization of Energy Efficiency and Pollutant Emissions Multi-Objective Operational Optimization through the Evolutionary Algorithm Numerical Results Generalities on the Design of a TA-100 Natural Gas Microturbine The Gas Compressor The Ignition System The Acceleration Control Method The Recuperator Structure The NOx Reduction System Power Converter Circuits Used for Grid Connection Power Converter Circuits Used for C30 and C60 Power Converter Circuits Used for TA-100 Grid Measurements and General Features of a TA-100 Gas Microturbine Case Studies Market Potential for the Natural Gas Microturbines in California Concluding Remarks Appendices

About the Author

A former PhD student at Politecnico di Torino, Italy, Adrian-Valentin Boicea received a BS in electrical engineering and electrical power systems from Politehnica University, Bucharest, Romania, Fachbereich fur Ingenieurwissenschaften, deutsche Abteilung. Currently, he is a lecturer for the Electrical Engineering Department of Measurements, Electrical Devices, and Static Converters at Politehnica University. His research interests include the analysis of distributed generation systems, energy efficiency, renewable sources, and applications of operational research techniques to energy systems.

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"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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