Catalytic emission control with respect to CH4 and CO for highly efficient gas fueled decentralised heat and power production


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Konferenceindlæg
2000

Combined heat and power production is an efficient tool to achieve the highest fuel utilisation and thus to reduce emission of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2). Also by substitution of fuels to a higher H/C ratio such as natural gas an even higher reduction of CO2 is achieved. COgeneration, therefore, has been widely introduced in European countries in large-scale plants and as decentralised units, typically based on lean-burn gas engines or gas turbines.
 
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Publikationsnummer
C0001

Publikationsår
2000

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