DescriptionIn recent years, modern precision manufacturing techniques and design methods have substantially improved the performance of micro-turbine generators (MTG). Compared to conventional generators, micro-turbine power sources are much smaller and portable. Microturbine generators are also proving to be more
efficient, easier to maintain, and more environmentally friendly with fewer emissions.
Although power generators running on microturbines can use various types of energy sources, Micro-turbine Generators brings together a wide range of engineering experience to describe the emergence of micro-turbine technology, its viability and its future potential.
- An introduction to micro-turbine generators
- Micro-turbine generators – next generation
- Analysis of micro- and mini-turbine competitive and supply markets in Europe
- Future potential developments of micro-turbine
generators – hybrid cycles and tri-generation
- Design reliability of micro-turbines
- Field experience with micro-turbines in Canada
- Design problems in micro-turbine generators
- Tip-leakage flow: A comparison between axial
and radial turbines