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March 1, 2013

Integrating Gas Turbines Into CPI Facilities

Capturing hot fluegas from gas turbines for use in process plants can yield benefits, but tradeoffs must be considered

Amin Almasi Worley Parsons Services Pty Ltd

The main challenge for a complex, integrated configuration — in which the fluegas from a gas turbine is combined with a downstream chemical process unit such a furnace or waste-heat-recovery unit — is to design a system that maintains optimal operating flexibility for both the upstream and the downstream components...

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