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Advanced Gas Turbine (LDI)

Advanced Gas Turbine (LDI)

Advanced Gas Turbine (LDI)

I am in search of information pertaining to advanced gas turbine engines. In particular, I am interested in locating articles, web sites, companies, or anything that will give me information pertaining to lean-direct injection (LDI). This is a process that is currently being researched which will increase the pressure and temperature of a gas turbine engine while keeping the NOx within expectable limits. The only information that I currently have is from the mid-90’s. This information stemmed from research being done at NASA for High Speed Civil Transportation. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Ross A. Watters

RE: Advanced Gas Turbine (LDI)

Look into a company called "Capstone Turbine".  They make microturbines for power generation.  Also I hear the AlliedSignal was doing something with turbines also.

Edson Campos

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