Power Engineering magazine for June 2012 edition has been released. You can read latest news on power generation industry including electric utilities, industrial power plants, independent power producers, co-generators, and the engineering design in this edition. Here are feature articles for this month.
Building Better Gas Turbines (Cover Story)
Some studies are projecting that natural gas will replace coal as the leading fuel for generating electricity in the U.S. Power Engineering examines the latest innovations in gas turbine technologies.
The Ins and Outs of SO2 Control
Associate Editor Lindsay Morris provides analyses of looming standards for SO2 emissions and how SO2 control is vital to the reduction of other air pollutants.
Wind Power in Latin America
Senior Editor Brian Wheeler details the potential for developing new hydropower capacity in Latin America and its role in meeting the region’s growing thirst for electricity.
Eletrobras President Discusses Plan for Energy Investments
PennWell Publisher Marla Barnes and Michaels Grossman sat down with Eletrobras President Jose da Costa Carvalho Neto in his office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to learn more about this company and its amitions for the future.
Combined-Cycle Water/Stream: The Lifeblood of the Plant
Contributing Editor Brad Buecker examines important issues regarding combined-cycle water/steam treatment and practices that may prevent critical failures.
Gasification Modeling in the 21st Century
The National Energy Technology Laboratory detalis efforts to promote the development of gasification through industrial scale gasifier modeling using multiphase Computational Fluid Dynamic Models.
Wall of Honor
The Wall of Honor pays tribute to military service personnel from any country’s military and will be on display at HydroVision International 2012, Coal-Gen 2012 and Power-Gen International 2012.
About Power Engineering Magazine:
Power Engineering is a monthly engineering and applications magazine that serves the North American power generation industry including electric utilities, industrial power plants, independent power producers, co-generators, and the engineering design and construction firms serving this industry.