ガスタービンにおける廃食用油混合燃料による排気特性(2) Characteristics of Exhaust Emissions from Gas Turbine Using Fuel Blended with Waste Edible Oil (2)
Gas turbines are well known as clean thermal engine systems, and they offer the advantages of availability for multiple fuel types and of a continuous combustion system. These engine systems have not been as popular as they might be because of their low thermal efficiency. Recently, however, thanks to development of co-generation and combined cycles, the gas turbine system has been reconsidered.<BR>This report concerns an experiment on a simple open chamber gas turbine using a heavy oil mixed fuel blended with waste cooking oil, and using a mixed fuel in which water and a surface-active agent were blended in order to purify the exhaust emissions and to save energy, respectively. Exhaust emission ingredients were measured and analyzed. The additional effect of mixed fuel, such as rapeseed oil, was compared and examined.
- Marine engineering : journal of the Japan Institution of Marine Engineering = マリンエンジニアリング : 日本マリンエンジニアリング学会誌
Marine engineering : journal of the Japan Institution of Marine Engineering = マリンエンジニアリング : 日本マリンエンジニアリング学会誌 39(2), 148-152, 2004-02-01
The Japan Institute of Marine Engineering