Successful Field Testing of an Inverted Brayton Cycle Turbine with Lean Waste Gas

M.R. Schmid, M. Voegeli & M.A. Sattler
Land fill sites emit enormous amounts of GHG. Most of these gases are neither burnable nor usable for power production with conventional technology. Waste heat from industrial processes as well as from flaring systems is often unused due to economic reasons and the complexity of conventional thermodynamic systems. For both, Aactor !GT, an inverted brayton cycle microturbine might be a solution to the economically efficient access to these energy potentials. Between 2006 and now, landfill...