Friday, 31 January 2014

Emissions Estimation From Industrial Gas Turbine Combustors


I have uploaded several posts in this blog based on the final manuscript of my M.Sc. thesis. All these articles were dealing – one way or another – with gas turbines. Various gas turbine-related topics were analyzed, such as emissions formation and reduction, combustor concepts, creep and fatigue analysis, as well as stress sources in high pressure turbine. All these posts were probably quite theoretical and were based on various literature sources (papers, books, M.Sc. and Ph.D. theses etc.).

Today I noticed that in none of these articles there is clear evidence of the work I did in my M.Sc. thesis. For this reason, I decided to upload the presentation below, which summarizes the main findings of my study. Back in April of 2010, I presented the next few slides in front of my professors, and after one and a half month, I finally graduated from Cranfield University.


The presentation is divided into the following 7 parts:
  1. T.E.R.A. approach
  2. Objectives of this work
  3. Algorithm development
  4. Model results for natural gas
  5. Model results for syngas
  6. Conclusions
  7. Recommendations

Presentation preview



The file is in PDF format.

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The list below contains various articles that were based on my M.Sc. thesis:

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Mechanical Engineer (Ph.D. cand.), M.Sc. Cranfield University, Dipl.-Ing. Aristotle University, Thessaloniki - Greece.
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