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Thermal Power Plants: Advanced Applications

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Thermal Power Plants: Advanced Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535110958
Number of pages: 178

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The book covers analysis of plant performance, energy efficiency, combustion, heat transfer, renewable power generation, catalytic reduction of dissolved oxygen and environmental aspects of combustion residues. This book addresses issues related to both coal fired and steam power plants. The book is suitable for both undergraduate and research higher degree students, and of course for practicing power plant engineers.

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