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EDC Serial Number EDC0000141
Title High Hydrogen
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Description The data are the results of tests carried out in a project funded by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to model at reduced scale, the consequences of a flameout in a full-size combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) when running on high hydrogen fuel mixtures.
DOI (none given)
Sector Industrial
Coverage England
Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL), Buxton
Start: 29/07/2011
End: 07/06/2019
Usage Rights for this Data Open Access if terms and conditions accepted (ETI High Hydrogen)
Use of these data indicates your acceptance of the terms and conditions of the High Hydrogen Project - ETI Open Licence for Materials.
You must acknowledge the source of the data as indicated in the licence.
Data Type Time Series
Parameter Names Flame ionisation detectors (detecting change in voltage), optical probes (detecting change in voltage), pressure, temperature.
Units 145 x Tests
Number of Records 2746
IEA Category Hydrogen end uses (incl. combustion; excl. fuel cells)
Creator of the Data The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), Imperial College London.
Data made available by The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI)
Format Various
Language English
Project Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
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Other Information The High Hydrogen data set includes data from 69 Circular Duct Tests and 76 tests with a Heat Recovery Steam Generator. The data are further described by read me files in each directory and by reports in the directory Supporting_Documentation.
Phase 1 data (Circular Duct tests 1 - 69 and Heat Recovery Steam Generator tests 1 to 17) were added in December 2017. Phase 2 data (Heat Recovery Steam Generator tests 18 to 76) were added in December 2019, when this catalogue entry was updated accordingly.

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