Good Vibes Beat Bad Gas

(conference talk, paper GT2015-42377)

10% less fuel consumption versus conventional for the disposal of gases with low heat value. This was the main result of the MethaNull study presented at the ASME Turbo Expo 2015! 

 

 

 

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Gas Turbine Combustion with Variable Geometry (Conference Talk)

CBOne participates to the conference NexTurbine in Shanghai, May 13-16th.

We participate as speaker and participant to the panel discussion on combustion technology development for future GT. 

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The topic we will present is

Gas Turbine Combustion with Variable Geometry
Dr. Fabrice GIULIANI,
Dr. Thomas LEITGEB-SIMANDL

 

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Less fuel waste, clean energy - MethaNull

With the help of the AWS, CBOne started the MethaNull programme (Towards zero Methane emissions in the atmosphere). This technology aims to burn gases with low heat contents under enhanced operation and safety conditions.

Our intention is to provide within a 3-years frame a portable technology based on pulse combustion.

 

 

Perfect burn of gases with low heat contents

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Variable geometry burner for an extended combustion range (ASME Turbo Expo 2012)

The motivation is to produce a flame with extended combustion range compared to conventional, with the possibility to optimise the ratio between thermal power and gaseous emissions. As an alternative to staged combustion, variable geometry offers in theory the advantage of a much more compact burner. We assessed this technology.

The results were presented at the ASME Turbo Expo 2012 in Copenhagen.

 

Design and Validation of a Burner with Variable Geometry for Extended Combustion Range
GT2012-68236
Fabrice Giuliani, Jakob Woisetschlaeger, Thomas Leitgeb
ASME TURBO-EXPO 2012, June 11-15, Copenhagen

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Calibrated air flow pulsator for flame turbulence control

(Journal publication)

A new device developed by CBOne for combustion stability testing is described in the Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power.

Air Flow Modulation for Refined Control of the Combustion Dynamics Using a Novel Actuator
Fabrice Giuliani, Andreas Lang, Klaus Johannes Gradl, Peter Siebenhofer, and Johannes Fritzer,
Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power 134, 021602 (2012),
DOI:10.1115/1.4004147

 

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