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Journal of Machinery Manufacture and Reliability

, Volume 47, Issue 6, pp 500–506 | Cite as

Development of Low-Power Gas Turbine Plants for Use at Industrial Facilities

  • V. A. GusarovEmail author
  • Z. A. Godzhaev
Mechanics of Machines
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Abstract

A microturbine is being developed at the Federal Scientific Agroengineering Center for power supply of low-power industrial facilities. The main criteria in developing it is the use of the component parts available on the market produced by Russian industry. The use of micro gas turbine plants in the industry of Russia is a new step in increasing the efficiency of the manufacturing complex of the country. However, there is no single method of calculation of low-power gas turbine plants. A method of selection of the turbocompressor of the internal combustion engine according to the parameter of the electrical rate of the gas turbine engine plant is proposed.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Federal Scientific Agroengineering Center VIMMoscowRussia

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