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    Aspen one help

    I would like to simulate oxgen combustion in gas turbine using Aspen one. What calculation and/or which reactor should I use, because using Rgibbs gives wrong results. For example ( mass flow constant- assumption ) for O2=21% and N2=79% I got only 40 Celsius degree lower temperature than for O2=100%, which is of course absurd. Additionally for higher temperature is smaller efficiency. Any suggestions ?

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    Never heard on the software, a simple google search reveals it a specialized application for very vertical industries.

    You should contact the software designers. I doubt there are many users random on any general engineering website.

    Quote Originally Posted by pawel77power View Post
    I would like to simulate oxgen combustion in gas turbine using Aspen one. What calculation and/or which reactor should I use, because using Rgibbs gives wrong results. For example ( mass flow constant- assumption ) for O2=21% and N2=79% I got only 40 Celsius degree lower temperature than for O2=100%, which is of course absurd. Additionally for higher temperature is smaller efficiency. Any suggestions ?
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