combustion turbine


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combustion turbine

[kəm′bəs·chən ′tər‚bīn]
(mechanical engineering)
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NETL's turbine program focuses on developing advanced components for the next-generation of combustion turbines. By working to improve components, rather than complete turbines, the benefits are realized in a shorter time frame through industry partnerships, it said.
The site currently houses 16 gas-fueled, simple-cycle combustion turbines capable of generating 1,200 megawatts during short periods when customers' needs are highest.
Of the 39.6 quads consumed for electricity generation, 90% is provided by the steam turbine (at 75%) and combustion turbine (at 15%) alone.
The diverters were manufactured in Bahrain and are used to direct the flow of exhaust gases from the combustion turbines. Once complete, the power plant will generate enough electricity for the planned production output of 700,000 tonnes of aluminium per annum.
New remote inspection delivery devices are making it possible to look deep inside steam and combustion turbines to detect component damage without taking them apart.
Considered the most advanced combustion turbine in the world, the unit is the product of a jointly funded development effort between GE Power Systems, Schenectady, NY, and the U.S.
In September, Howmet Corp., Greenwich, Connecticut, hosted a tour for 55 members of the Combustion Turbine Operators Task Force at its IGT casting operation in Hampton, Virginia.
Fluor's scope includes design, procurement, construction and commissioning support for the new 45 Mega Volt Amps natural gas-fired combustion turbine generator system that will supply power and steam to enhance the refinery's energy efficiency and operations.
The NTE Reidsville project features an advanced class Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas M501GAC combustion turbine generator, a Vogt Power International supplementary-fired heat recovery steam generator and a Toshiba America Energy Systems steam turbine generator.
International Resource News-June 13, 2017--Duke Energy submits plans to North Carolina Utilities Commission for expansion of Lincoln County Combustion Turbine generation site
The project uses a combination of combustion turbine and gas engine-generators, with waste heat recovery for high temperature hot water absorption chiller from combustion turbine and gas engine exhaust and for low temperature hot water absorption chiller from engine jacket water circuit and economizer circuit of waste heat recovery boilers (WHRB).