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Volume 2: Turbo Expo 2002, Parts A and B
A concept for natural-gas fired power plants with CO 2 capture has been investigated using exergy analysis. The present approach involves decarbonization of the natural gas by authothermal reforming prior to combustion, producing a hydrogen-rich fuel. An important aspect of this type of process is the integration between the combined cycle and the reforming process. The net electric power production was 47.7% of the Lower Heating Value (LHV) or 45.8% of the chemical exergy of the supplieddoi:10.1115/gt2002-30411 fatcat:kk3lfjbjynfh7gso5rssefee3e