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Fuel cell e gas turbine hybrid system design part II : Dynamics and control

  title={Fuel cell e gas turbine hybrid system design part II : Dynamics and control},
  author={Dustin McLarty and Jack Brouwer and Scott Samuelsen},
Fuel cell gas turbine hybrid systems have achieved ultra-high efficiency and ultra-low emissions at small scales, but have yet to demonstrate effective dynamic responsiveness or base-load cost savings. Fuel cell systems and hybrid prototypes have not utilized controls to address thermal cycling during load following operation, and have thus been relegated to the less valuable base-load and peak shaving power market. Additionally, pressurized hybrid topping cycles have exhibited increased stall… Expand
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