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Author(s):
Gaderer, M.; Gallmetzer, G.; Spliethoff, H. 
Title:
Biomass fired hot air gas turbine with fluidized bed combustion 
Abstract:
The prevailing demand for decentralized energy supply out of renewable energy sources, such as biomass, requires small-scale CHP technologies. Current developments at the Institute for Energy Systems, Technische Universitat Munchen, comprise the biomass fired hot air gas turbine, a fluidized bed wood combustor with integrated high temperature heat exchanger out of structured steel tubes for indirect firing of micro-turbines at 100 kWel. The fluidized bed consists of small particles (<400 mu m) and is fluidized at low gas velocities (u < 0.2 m/s), which cause high heat transfer numbers and low tube wall erosion rates. (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. 
Journal title:
Journal of Applied Thermal Engineering 
Year:
2010 
Journal volume:
30 
Journal issue:
13 
Pages contribution:
1594--1600 
Reviewed:
ja 
Publisher:
Elsevier 
Print-ISSN:
1359-4311