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1. (WO2019045688) SYSTÈME MOBILE DE PRODUCTION D'ÉNERGIE COMPRENANT UN ENSEMBLE CLIMATISEUR INTÉGRÉ
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Claims:

1. A mobile power generation system comprising:

a trailer including a rear end, a front end, a bottom end, and a top end defining therebetween an interior space;

a gas turbine housed inside the trailer in the interior space;

an electrical generator coupled to the gas turbine to generate electricity and housed inside the trailer in the interior space; and

an integrated heat, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system disposed at the rear end of the trailer and configured to maintain at least a regulated portion of the interior space at a desired room temperature.

2. The mobile power generation system of claim 1, wherein the HVAC system is positioned adjacent to a switchgear center of a power control room at the rear end of the trailer, and the power control room is the regulated portion.

3. The mobile power generation system of claim 1, wherein a pair of blowout panels are disposed above the HVAC system at the rear end of the trailer.

4. The mobile power generation system of claim 3, wherein the pair of blowout panels and the HVAC system are positioned adjacent to a switchgear center of a power control room at the rear end of the trailer, and the pair of blowout panels are configured to open and release pressure upon a level of pressure in the power control room exceeding a pressure threshold.

5. The mobile power generation system of claim 4, wherein the pair of blowout panels comprise a pair of magnetic hinged doors disposed at an aft wall of the power control room and positioned along a top portion of the rear end of the trailer.

6. The mobile power generation system of claim 4, wherein the pressure threshold is in a range of from about 1.5 to 3 times atmospheric pressure.

7. The mobile power generation system of claim 1, wherein the HVAC system comprises a plurality of duct work and plenum systems in the trailer configured to supply and return air for heating or cooling of the regulated portion.

8. The mobile power generation system of claim 7, wherein the plurality of duct work and plenum systems are made of at least one of metal and fiberglass.

9. The mobile power generation system of claim 7, wherein at least the fiberglass is an acoustical insulation material configured to absorb noise energy.

10. The mobile power generation system of claim 7, wherein the HVAC system is positioned adjacent to a switchgear center of a power control room at the rear end of the trailer, and the power control room is the regulated portion.

11. The mobile power generation system of claim 10, wherein the desired room temperature of the power control room is within a range of from about 50 degrees Fahrenheit and about 150 degrees Fahrenheit.

12. The mobile power generation system of claim 1, wherein the HVAC system comprises a plurality of duct work and plenum systems in the trailer configured to supply and return air for heating or cooling throughout the interior space of the trailer.

13. A method for temperature regulation in a mobile power generation system, the method comprising:

providing the mobile power generation system comprising:

a trailer including a rear end, a front end, a bottom end, and a top end defining therebetween an interior space;

a gas turbine housed inside the trailer in the interior space; an electrical generator coupled to the gas turbine to generate electricity and housed inside the trailer in the interior space; and

an integrated heat, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system disposed at the rear end of the trailer; and

maintaining, through the HVAC system, at least a regulated portion of the interior space at a desired room temperature.

14. The method of claim 13, wherein the HVAC system comprises a plurality of duct work and plenum systems in the trailer.

15. The method of claim 14, further comprising:

circulating air for heating and cooling throughout the interior space of the trailer through the plurality of duct work and plenum systems in the trailer.

16. The method of claim 15, further comprising:

attenuating noise associated with the circulating air through the plurality of duct work and plenum systems, wherein at least a portion of the plurality of duct work and plenum systems are made of an acoustical insulation material configured to absorb noise energy.

17. The method of claim 13, wherein a pair of blowout panels are disposed above the HVAC system at the rear end of the trailer, the HVAC system is positioned adjacent to a switchgear center of a power control room at the rear end of the trailer, and the power control room is the regulated portion.

18. The method of claim 17, further comprising:

utilizing one or more sensors of the HVAC system to monitor a level of pressure in the power control room; and

automatically opening the pair of blowout panels to release pressure to atmosphere upon the level of pressure in the power control room exceeding a pressure threshold.

19. The method of claim 18, wherein the pair of blowout panels comprise a pair of magnetic hinged doors disposed at an aft wall of the power control room and positioned along a top portion of the rear end of the trailer.

20. The method of claim 18, wherein the pressure threshold is in a range of from about 1.5 to 3 times atmospheric pressure.