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    • Grantom, R. L. (Energy Systems Laboratory (; Texas A&M University (, 1981)
      The installation of combustion air preheat is a widely used technique for improving the fuel efficiency of existing fired heaters and fired tubular reactors. By increasing adiabatic flame temperature, combustion air preheat ...
    • Iaquaniello, G.; Pietrogrande, P. (Energy Systems Laboratory (, 1985-05)
      Faster payout will result if gas turbine exhaust is used as combustion air for fired heaters. Here are economic examples and system design considerations.
    • Shriver, J. E. (Energy Systems Laboratory (; Texas A&M University (, 1983)
      To reduce the amount of purchased fuels, more and more plants are making use of in-plant generated sources of gases. The availability of such waste gases is usually not constant, thus the total plant's mixed gas heating ...
    • Garg, A. (Energy Systems Laboratory (; Texas A&M University (, 2010)
      Fired heaters are the largest consumers of energy in refineries and petrochemical plants. Most heaters in the industry are not operating at their peak efficiency. There could be several reasons for that. One of the common ...
    • Garg, A. (Energy Systems Laboratory (, 2000-04)