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to undergo combustion

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A great number of gas turbine models in the market today, from the smallest to the largest, employ a multi-can combustor configuration.
Using this program, they developed a concept design in which hot gas from the combustor flows through the scroll to the turbine while cold gas from the compressor flows around the exterior surface of the scroll to the combustor.
The initial air flow accuracy goal for this new system was to reduce air flow variation on combustor liner components to [+ or -]2% of specification.
The combustor encloses the fluidized bed and this has immersed the steam generator which is the main heat sink during the combustion process.
Once a catalytic combustor reaches its "light-off" point of about 500[degrees]F, it continues to burn nearly all the smoke passing through it.
In addition, burning wood that has been painted, pressure treated, oiled, or impregnated with creosote can destroy the catalytic combustor.
This project aims to combine the advantages of highly efficient gas turbine power plants with concentrating solar power systems by operating the gas turbine at up to 1,000aeC combustor air inlet temperatures.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 21, 2016-Orbital ATK tests 3D-printed hypersonic engine combustor
Firefly is developing one combustor design that will be utilized to power both stages of their small-sat launcher, Firefly Alpha.
This combination integrates the compressor exit guide vane along with the first stage turbine nozzle with a more compact combustor.
MOTOR Technology has designed a servo system to drive a rotating drum at high speed in the exhaust of a test rig designed to replicate a jet engine combustor.
After replacing the combustor liner on your tank's AGT-1500 engine, do you know what to do with the old liner?
Simple, open-cycle gas turbines consist of three principal components: a compressor, a combustor and a turbine mounted on a single rotating shaft.
Half the powder then goes into a combustor, which generates the heat for the drying process, while the other half will go into a combustor that generates electricity towards powering the machine.
The behavior of CaO is determined mainly by the flue-gas temperature in combustor.