Process simulation and thermodynamic analysis of a micro turbine with post-combustion CO2 capture and exhaust gas recirculation
Finney, Karen N.
Font Palma, Carolina
Hughes, Kevin J.
Ingham, Derek B.
AffiliationUniversity of Leeds
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AbstractWith the effects of the emissions from power plants causing global climate change, the trend towards lower emission systems such as natural gas power plant is increasing. In this paper a Turbec T100 micro gas turbine is studied. The system is assessed thermodynamically using a steady-state model; model results of its alteration with exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) are presented in this paper. The process simulation with EGR offers a useful assessment when integrated with post-combustion CO2 capture. The EGR model results in the enrichment of the CO2 which decrease the energy demand of the CO2 capture system.
CitationAli, U., Best, T., Finney, K. N., Palma, C. F., Hughes, K. J., Ingham, D. B., & Pourkashanian, M. (2014). Process simulation and thermodynamic analysis of a micro turbine with post-combustion CO2 capture and exhaust gas recirculation. Energy Procedia, 63(0), 986-996.
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