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Hydrogen Combustion in Gas Turbines

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Authors

Talibi, M 
Balachandran, R 
Mastorakos, E 

Abstract

The development of gas turbines using 100% hydrogen as fuel is an important step towards the development of new energy and propulsion technologies using zero carbon fuels. This chapter reviews some elements of combustion science and engineering that can help with these developments. Stable and low-NOx hydrogen combustors face significant challenges. Stabilisation of the flame at the right location without autoignition or flashback, with low NOx production, and without any thermoacoustic oscillations is important to achieve. Some new combustor architectures addressing these requirements are reviewed. The importance of mixing history is emphasised and some novel tools that can be used for assessing the effects of mixing on NOx are discussed.

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Title

Hydrogen Combustion in Gas Turbines

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Science

Is Part Of

Green Energy and Technology

Book type

Edited volume

Publisher

Springer International Publishing

ISBN

3031284119
9783031284113
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