combustion turbine


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combustion turbine

[kəm′bəs·chən ′tər‚bīn]
(mechanical engineering)
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The CTOTF[TM] is a membership organization of combustion turbine owners/ operators.
The diverters were manufactured in Bahrain and are used to direct the flow of exhaust gases from the combustion turbines.
SmartSignal provides combined cycle and combustion turbine customers with early and accurate diagnostic notifications of developing equipment and process problems--what is going to fail, what is the apparent cause of the failure, and what is the priority of the impending failure.
United States-based Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK) has submitted plans to the North Carolina Utilities Commission for expansion of its Lincoln County Combustion Turbine generation site.
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), San Antonio, has developed a software code for predicting the remaining oxidation life of protective coatings that impart oxidation resistance to hot-section combustion turbine components.
The company installed a 100-megawatt natural gas combustion turbine in October 1999, increasing the facility's generating capacity to its current 330 megawatts.
9 million in 2007 and includes the installation of a 155 megawatt combustion turbine, upgrade of existing facilities, and participation in the ownership of the proposed Iatan 2 800 megawatt coal plant.
Bond proceeds will be used to install a cooling tower and a combustion turbine generator at the Nearman Creek Station as well as for various other improvements to the utility system.