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What does TEA stand for?

TEA stands for Techno-Economic Analysis

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Their topics include advanced industrial gas turbines for power generation, integrated gasification combined cycle systems, humid air cycle systems, externally fired combined cycle system, integrated solar combined cycle systems, and the techno-economic analysis of combined cycle systems.
Because you don't have to rely on the details of his techno-economic analysis to know that we can still escape from this odd, tragic, civilizational dead-end.
Key Topics Covered: Combined cycle power plants - Advanced industrial gas turbines for power generation - Natural gas-fired combined cycle (NGCC) systems - Integrated gasification combined cycle systems - Novel cycles: Humid air cycle systems - Novel cycles: oxy-combustion turbine cycle systems - Pressurized fluidized bed combustion (PFBC) combined cycle systems - Externally fired combined cycle systems - Hybrid fuel cell gas turbine combined cycle systems - Integrated solar combined cycle systems - Techno-economic analysis of combined cycle systems.
Volume 1 is dedicated to material engineering and mechanical engineering, with chapters on topics such as swelling and deswelling of a PH/thermosensitive hydrogel, techno-economic analysis of magnetic treatment of cobalt concrete, a plasticity model of extruded peanuts under mechanical pressing, and face image segmentation using a color information and saliency map.