Aeroderivative GTUs for Power Generation (Overview) View Full Text


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2021-11-03

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G. G. Ol’khovskii

ABSTRACT

Aircraft gas turbine engine technology has made more rapid advancement than land-based gas turbine unit (GTU) technology has. The application of aviation achievements in the development of power gas turbines requires much time. However, assemblies from aircraft engines or their complete gas generators can be used directly in power plants with redesigning only the inlet stages of the compressors and adding a power turbine where after-expansion of the jet gases occurs. Therefore, this enables us to develop a mobile power unit with an output as high as 60 MW and an efficiency above 40%. Thousands of such GTUs with an individual power ranging from 6 to 45 MW have already been constructed and are successfully operating throughout the world. The article discusses the design features and main performance indicators of aeroderivative gas turbines developed by the world’s leading manufacturers, such as General Electric (United States), Pratt & Whitney (United States), and Rolls-Royce (United Kingdom), namely, the GE LM6000 GTU (and its modifications), GE LM9000 GTU, industrial (Rolls-Royce) Trent GTU, and FT4000 GTU from Pratt & Whitney. More... »

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826-833

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