Natural gas technologies that were new five years ago have now been tested in the real world. This book describes some of these important technologies, covering both new engineering concepts and new products which have emerged, as well as important innovations to existing technologies. Many of the chapters include economic analyses which identify the resulting cost savings. Specific areas of development addressed include gas cooling, chillers, desiccant technologies, cogeneration, heating systems, and other natural gas technologies.More recent innovations in engine-driven chillers couple a gas engine generator with a fully hermetic centrifugal chiller. ... Whereas an absorption unit is slightly higher in maintenance than an electric chiller, a gas-engine-driven chiller hasanbsp;...
|Title||:||User's Guide to Natural Gas Technologies|
|Author||:||F. William Payne|
|Publisher||:||The Fairmont Press, Inc. - 1999-01-01|