• Ryszard Bartnik
  • Zbigniew Buryn


This chapter discusses the feasibility and the possible ways of adapting the existing coal-fired power stations to cogeneration and to the so-called clean coal technologies based on gas turbines, including dual-fuel gas-steam combined-cycle technology with power units coupled in series and parallel systems.


Steam Turbine Carbon Capture Steam Pipeline Heat Recovery Steam Generator Steam Turbine Power 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Mechanical EngineeringOpole University of TechnologyOpolePoland
  2. 2.PGE Power Plant Opole SABrzezie k/OpolaPoland

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