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Volume 3: Coal, Biomass and Alternative Fuels; Combustion and Fuels; Oil and Gas Applications; Cycle Innovations
During Phase II of the Department of Energy (DOE) funded High Temperature Turbine Technology (HTTT) Program, critical technology development and component verification testing related to the design of an advanced watercooled gas turbine, firing at 2600°F (1427°C) on low-Btu gas, are being performed by General Electric. A composite construction first stage nozzle was chosen so that low surface temperature [1000°F (538°C)], necessary to control corrosion and high heat flux induced strain, woulddoi:10.1115/83-gt-15 fatcat:spwnhcamvzfaxhwi5maru3b3yi