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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