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The Role of Computer Simulation in the Context of Zero-emission Power Plants
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  • Jim McGovern, Dublin Institute of Technology
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
1997-1-24
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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0
Publication Details
Jim McGovern, who was a Senior Lecturer at the University of Dublin at the time, gave this slide presentation at a workshop on Zero-emission Power Cycles on 24th January, 1997, at University of Liège, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Power Plants, rue E. Solvay 21/C3, B‐4000 Liège, Belgium. The workshop was organised by Ph. Mathieu and E. Iantovski.
Abstract

The role of computer simulation in the context of zero-emission power plants is outlined. The use of computer simulation models to simulate zero-emission power plants in fine detail is strongly recommended.

Citation Information
McGovern, Jim :The Role of Computer Simulation in the Context of Zero-emission Power Plants. workshop on Zero-emission Power Cycles on 24th January, 1997, at University of Liège, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Power Plants, rue E. Solvay 21/C3, B‐4000 Liège, Belgium. The workshop was organised by Ph. Mathieu and E. Iantovski