June 19, 2017
Runtime: 57 min - Click the register button below to view the recording.
Date: Monday, June 19, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Presenter: Tim Lieuwen, Turbine Logic
Project Team Leader: Hemanth Satish, TransCanada
PRCI Project Manager: Gary Choquette
Tim Lieuwen of Turbine Logic will be presenting information on PRCI project CPS-5-9 “Effect of Variability in Fuel on Operation and Reliability of Gas Turbines”. The goal of the research was to outline how significant changes in fuel gas composition impacts gas turbine performance, emissions, and reliability.
The webinar will discuss combustion characteristic changes including blowoff, flashback, and autoignition and how changes in fuel composition can impact those effects. The corresponding impact on CO and NOx emissions will also be discussed. The presentation will cover both diffusion flame and low NOx combustors.
Expected Benefits/Learning Outcomes
After attending this webinar the participants will:
Who Should Attend?
Pipeline operators of gas turbines that are (or could be) exposed to significant day-to-day changes in the composition of fuel gas including:
The work may be of interest to manufactures of gas turbines and related ancillary equipment.
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Keywords: gas turbines, emissions, maintenance, reliability, fuel variability, fuel composition
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