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While such a scheme may in itself be attractive for some purposes, it would obviously be preferable to avoid the air cooling stage between the turbines. This would be possible in the case of a mixed cycle where part of the boiler could be placed in the intermediate pressure region between the turbines to lower the gas temperature from 900°C to 480°C. The gas turbine would then be relieved of compressing the dilution air which is used at a very low efficiency. <^«> (a) Alternative High Temperature Heavy Fuel Burning Gas Turbines.
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