This book provides the reader with the latest information on the new technology involved in on-site power generation. As deregulation of utilities expands and the cost of bringing power to the buying public increases, this new technology is often seen as the solution to many problems. This book includes chapters on: Am history of microturbines Am technical orientation Am emissions Am comparisons of technologies Am applications Am successes and failures Am international progress Am future of the microturbine Incorporating both an overview and a detailed investigation into user applications, this comprehensive book also includes an exploration of how microturbines are changing the face of the electric power industry, and a study of the varying benefits and opportunities to be had.Generally this has meant the installation of an aquot;n+1aquot; system. In other words, one more generator set than is necessary to meet the maximum load is installed. Thus, if a generator set fails, the remaining generator sets can still handle the load.
|Title||:||Guide to Microturbines|
|Publisher||:||The Fairmont Press, Inc. - 2004-07-07|