DOI: 10.1115/1.4031360
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Abstract: ABSTRACTGas turbine inlet fogging and overspray (high-fogging) have been considered the most cost-effective means of boosting a gas turbine's total power output, especially under hot or dry weather conditions. The result of employing fogging or overspray is indisputably clear − total power output is increased; however, development of the theory and explanation of the phenomena associated with fogging and overspray are not always consistent and are sometimes misleading and incorrect. This paper focuses on revi…

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