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Proceedings of Global Power & Propulsion Society
Micro Gas Turbines (MGTs) are nowadays largely used for electrical and thermal energy production in small buildings and households. Their reliability and compactness allow them to operate for thousands of hours with minimal maintenance. However, the long exposure at high temperatures in combustion chambers can promote creep, which can induce thermal fatigue and potential failure of these components. Creep-induced damage in MGTs has not yet been thoroughly investigated, due to the lack ofdoi:10.33737/gpps22-tc-3 fatcat:eiz32hyhrzbh3k2itf54ptkh5u