RESEARCH PAPERS: Gas Turbines: Controls and Diagnostics

Sensor-Based Analyzer for Continuous Emission Monitoring in Gas Pipeline Applications

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P. F. Schubert, D. R. Sheridan, M. D. Cooper, A. J. Banchieri

Advanced Sensor Devices, 430 Ferguson Drive, Mountain View, CA 94043

J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 120(2), 317-321 (Apr 01, 1998) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2818123 History: Received February 01, 1997; Online November 19, 2007


Continuous emissions monitoring of gas turbine engines in pipeline service have typically been monitored using either laboratory derived instruments (CEMS), or predicted using data from low cost sensors on the engines and algorithms generated by mapping engine performance (PEMS). A new cost-effective system developed under a program sponsored by the Gas Research Institute (Chicago) combines the advantages of both systems to monitor engine emissions in gas transmission service. This hybrid system is a sensor-based analyzer that uses a sensor array, including a newly developed NOx sensor, to directly monitor NOx , CO, and O2 emissions at the stack. The gases are measured hot and wet, The new systems were installed and tested on a gas-fired Rolls Royce Spey turbine engine and on Ingersoll-Rand KVG-410 and Cooper GMVH-10 reciprocating engines in gas transmission service. These systems passed the Relative Accuracy Test (Part B) required under U.S. EPA regulations (40 CFR 60).

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