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Dynamic analysis of wet mGTs
Aim of the project is the study of wet cycles, not only in distributed CHP applications, but also in large scale power generation. Numerous steady-state thermodynamic studies of wet cycles demonstrated an increase of electrical efficiency, when steam injection is applied.
The focus of this thesis is the development of a numerical model for transient operation of wet micro gas turbine cycles.
Aims and tasks
- A validated model of the dry mGT in Aspen Plus Dynamics shall be extended for wet operation.
- The models will be used to evaluate the operation of the mGTs in two case studies with real heat and electricity demand.
- The influence of transients on the economics of the mGT will be studied.
- Experience with Aspen plus and/or Aspen Plus dynamics.
- Experience with Matlab and Simulink programming.
- Basic knowledge of gas turbine theory.