Tooting my own horn, but not really… I’m just in the magazine to introduce the real stars of the show, which are the ASME Combined Cycle Committee and the “Best Paper” from our sessions at the 2014 ASME Power Conference.
The paper is on combined heat and power (CHP) for offshore platforms – and it features a gas turbine combined cycle using CO2 as the working fluid in the bottoming cycle.
The paper can be read in EnergyTech’s April 2015 issue, including online here: http://www.energy-tech.com/steam/article_5fec7e48-d7de-11e4-9022-67f74d448918.html
We expect more exciting and innovative paper presentations at the ASME Power Conference again this year. We’d love for you to join us! More information on the conference is here: http://www.asmeconferences.org/powerenergy2015/index.cfm