Gas Engines and Co-generation

Gas Engines and Co-generation

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Britain was one of the pioneers of the use of sewage gas in engines and in the use of a range of gaseous fuels in duel fuel engines. Gas engines, usually spark ignited, have probably been most widely used in the USA. Today, there is world-wide interest in using natural gas in IC engines for power generation and in heat recovery. Cogeneration is commercial in more and more countries as power demands exceed installed capabilities. combustion under any normal regime produces virtually no carbon (soot) nor hydrocarbons heavier than methane. For a given energy release, Methane produces less CO2 than any other hydrocarbon fuel. Nox control from its in IC engines is possible by using lean-burn techniques or catalytic control. packaged cogeneration; catalytic exhaust gas cleaning for engines used in cogeneration; emission control for IC including diesel engines; oxygen control for gas engines with catalytic convertors; controls and monitoring of gas engines; a model to predict performance and heat release in dual-fuel diesel engines.2.1.6 Lubrication Lubrication is supplied using a total loss system with a metering pump. ... The durability requirements in this sort of application can mean a life of 20 000 hours with service intervals of 7 000 hours running time. ... Indeed the Mazda 13B engine fitted in the Mazda RX7 car is one of the most reliable engines in its class. ... knocking and local over-heating caused by the faster flame propagation speed of the gas-air mixture when compared with petrol and diesel ( 4) and (5).


Title:Gas Engines and Co-generation
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Publisher: - 1990
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