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LowEmission webinar - Simulation of heat recovery heat exchangers - why and how?


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Presenters: Geir Skaugen and Daniel Rohde, Research Scientists, SINTEF Energy

Gas turbine exhaust gas is the main source of CO2 emissions on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Utilizing the heat that the exhaust gas contains to run a heat-to-power cycle can significantly reduce CO2 emissions. A key component of such a cycle is the heat recovery heat exchanger which extracts heat from the exhaust gas. Studying this component by means of computer simulation is therefore an important task. In this webinar, we will present the different simulation approaches that SINTEF Energy has developed over many years and show how these can be applied in the LowEmission Centre.

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