The General Electric Company is carrying out a design study and evaluation of bottoming cycles for gas pipeline compressor prime movers. Three sites were chosen for the study of demonstration organic bottoming cycles of about 5000 hp applied to three aircraft derivative gas turbines of approximately the same size. The purpose of the study is to design and evaluate all important aspects of installing organic bottoming cycle systems on a selected group of gas turbine prime movers driving gas compressors. As a result of the study, it was found that pipeline bottoming cycles applied to gas turbine prime movers could reduce the heat rate 35 percent more than the Department of Energy target value of 20 percent. Installation designs for three sites are described.
Alternate Ways of Using Bottoming Cycle Power in Pipeline Gas Compressor Stations
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Rossbach, RJ. "Alternate Ways of Using Bottoming Cycle Power in Pipeline Gas Compressor Stations." Proceedings of the ASME 1979 International Gas Turbine Conference and Exhibit and Solar Energy Conference. Volume 1B: Gas Turbines. San Diego, California, USA. March 12–15, 1979. V01BT02A098. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/79-GT-201
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