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The Influence of Inlet Air Cooling and Afterburning on Gas Turbine Cogeneration Groups Performance

By Ene Barbu, Valeriu Vilag, Jeni Popescu, Bogdan Gherman, Andreea Petcu, Romulus Petcu, Valentin Silivestru, Tudor Prisecaru, Mihaiella Cretu and Daniel Olaru

Submitted: April 17th 2014Reviewed: August 25th 2014Published: February 25th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59002

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Ene Barbu, Valeriu Vilag, Jeni Popescu, Bogdan Gherman, Andreea Petcu, Romulus Petcu, Valentin Silivestru, Tudor Prisecaru, Mihaiella Cretu and Daniel Olaru (February 25th 2015). The Influence of Inlet Air Cooling and Afterburning on Gas Turbine Cogeneration Groups Performance, Gas Turbines - Materials, Modeling and Performance, Gurrappa Injeti, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/59002. Available from:

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