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International Journal of Thermodynamics
Natural gas-fueled combined cycle (NGCC) allows to reach the best performance among power plants fed by fossil fuels, but causes considerable CO2 emissions. With the aim of reducing greenhouse gases impact, NGCC could be integrated with post-combustion CO2 removal systems, typically based on chemical solvents like amines, that cause very large net efficiency penalties (about 9-12 percentage points at 90% overall CO2 capture). To reduce these high capture penalties, exhaust gas recirculationdoi:10.5541/ijot.5000106929 fatcat:xr5v3rfbdrhu5mgj3j7adcnrla