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TECHNICAL PAPERS

Modification of Gas Turbines and Operation with Solar Produced Syngas

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C. Sugarmen, A. Rotstein, U. Fisher, J. Sinai

ORMAT Industries Ltd., P.O. Box 68, Yavne 81100, Israel

J. Sol. Energy Eng 126(3), 867-871 (Jul 19, 2004) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1758725 History: Received August 01, 2003; Revised April 01, 2004; Online July 19, 2004
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References

Buck, R., Sugarmen, C., Ring, A., Heller, P., Tellez, F., and Enril, J., 2003, “Solar-Hybrid Gas Turbine Power Plants Test Results and Market Perspective,” ISES conference Goteborg, June 14–19.
Möller, S., Buck, R., Tamme, R., Epstein, M., Liebermann, D., Meri, M., Fisher, U., Rotstein, A., and Sugarmen, C., 2002, “Solar Production of Syngas for Electricity Generation: Test-phase,” 11th SolarPACES International Symposium on Concentrated Solar Power and Chemical Energy Technologies, September 4–6, Zurich, Switzerland.
Tamme, R., Buck, R., Fisher, U., Sugarmen, C., Epstein, M., and Spiewak, I., 1999, “Solar-Assisted Syngas Driven Power System,” Proc. ISES Solar World Congress, Jerusalem.
Buck,  R., Muir,  R. E., Hogan,  E. H., and Skocypec,  R. D., 1991, “Carbon Dioxide Reforming of Methane in a Solar Volumetric Receiver/Reactor: the CAESAR Project,” Sol. Energy Mater. Sol. Cells, 24, pp. 449–463.
Tamme,  R., Buck,  R., Epstein,  M., Fisher,  U., and Sugarmen,  C., 2001, “Solar Upgrading of Fuels for Generation of Electricity,” J. Sol. Energy Eng., 123, pp. 160–163.
Tomczak, H. J., Benell, G., Carrai, L., and Cecchini, D., 2002, “Investigation of Gas Turbine Combustion System Fired With Mixture of Natural Gas and Hydrogen,” IFRF Combustion Journal Article Number 200207, December 2002. ISSN 1562-479X.

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Schematic of a gas turbine power plant, fueled by syngas from a solar steam reforming system
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Liquid fueled gas turbine showing the original combustion chamber, fuel injector and igniter
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The gas turbine gas fuel system scheme (LPG or Syngas)
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The modified chamber and liner
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ORMAT and Capstone’s system interfaces
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Capstone 60—Fuel gas mixing skid
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Influence of syngas and N2 addition on the turbine power and efficiency
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Influence of syngas addition on the turbine power output and efficiency (no nitrogen)

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