The primary purpose of this paper is to provide a broad overview of Solar’s low emissions combustor development and how it is being shaped by emissions regulations that are continually changing. Discussed in this paper is a description of the development and present status of SoLoNOx; a discussion of how increasingly restrictive emissions regulations impact industrial gas turbine production; and a review of new combustion technologies with the potential to achieve lower emissions levels. Solar continues to explore combustion technologies in the belief that clean combustion is a more cost-effective path to low emissions than exhaust gas cleanup.
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Smith, KO, Rawlins, DC, & Steele, RC. "Developments in Dry Low Emissions Systems." Proceedings of the 2000 3rd International Pipeline Conference. Volume 2: Integrity and Corrosion; Offshore Issues; Pipeline Automation and Measurement; Rotating Equipment. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. October 1–5, 2000. V002T09A010. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/IPC2000-267
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