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Development of high temperature turbine subsystem technology to a technology readiness status

Development of high temperature turbine subsystem technology to a technology readiness status

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

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  • Turbines

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    ContributionsCaruvana, A, United States. Dept. of Energy
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
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    Open LibraryOL14878976M

    High temperature turbine technology program, phase I: program and system definition.. Prepared for Energy Research and Development Administration under Contract EXC Description: volumes: illustrations ; 28 cm phase III preliminary turbine subsystem technology readiness verification program planTopical report, low Btu. Gas turbine engines will still represent a key technology in the next year energy scenarios, either in stand-alone applications or in combination with other power generation equipment.

    Development of high-temperature turbine subsystem technology to a ''technology readiness status''. the High Temperature Turbine Technology Program is reported. The development of the turbine. Approaches to the development of improved high temperature engine materials are reviewed. Emphasis is placed on emerging materials technologies and their potential benefits to aircraft gas turbine engines. Advances in materials processing technology are considered also, with emphasis on .

    Development of strength evaluation technology at ultrahigh-temperature In a °C-class gas turbine, the metal temperature rises, and therefore, DS (Directionally Solidified) materials, which have already been applied, and SC (Single Crystal) materials need to. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.


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Development of high temperature turbine subsystem technology to a technology readiness status Download PDF EPUB FB2

General Electric Company. Gas Turbine Division. Development of high temperature turbine subsystem technology to a "technology readiness status" phase II. [Washington]: Dept. of Energy ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government.

@article{osti_, title = {Development of high temperature turbine subsystem technology to a technology readiness status, phase II. Progress report, August }, author = {Caruvana, A}, abstractNote = {Design of the closed loop cooling water system for the Hot Gas Path Development Test Stand (HGPDTS) is complete.

Several changes have been made to the low pressure loop. Development of high temperature turbine subsystem technology to a ''technology readiness status'': Phase II.

Progress report for June Progress report for June Full Record. Development of high temperature turbine subsystem technology to a "technology readiness status" phase II / By General Electric Company. Gas Turbine Division., A.

Caruvana and United States. Department of Energy. Office of Energy Technology. Abstract. Oct. Contract no. EXCAuthor: A. cover: Fossil es. Get this from a library. Development of high-temperature subsystem technology to a technology readiness state: phase I. [Nils G Carlson; United States.

Energy Research and Development Administration. Technical Information Center.]. @article{osti_, title = {Development of high-temperature subsystem technology to a technology readiness state: Phase I.

Topical report, baseline combined-cycle system for operation with coal-derived gaseous fuel}, author = {Carlson, N G}, abstractNote = {A preliminary definition of a baseline combined-cycle system for operation with coal-derived gaseous fuel was accomplished under Task.

Get this from a library. Development of high-temperature subsystem technology to a technology readiness state: phase I. [Nils G Carlson; United Technologies Corporation. Power Systems Division.; United States. Department of Energy.]. 7. MCELMURRY and S. SMELSER, Economics of Texaco gasification-combined cycle systems, Fluor, EPRI AF, April, 8.

CARUVANA, Development of high-temperature turbine subsystem technology to a technology readiness status, Phase I, Final Report, Contract EXC, General Electric Gas Turbine Division, Schenectady, NY, July. Figure 1 shows the technology development roadmap for realizing ultra-high temperature gas turbines.

In the past, we implemented the first step that aimed at the technology development of six elements (shielding coating, cooling technology, combustor, turbine, compressor and heat-resistant material) of a °C-class gas turbine from to   Final component and technology verification tests have been completed for application to a °F rotor inlet temperature gas turbine.

These tests have proven the capability of combustor, turbine hot section, and IGCC fuel systems and controls to operate in a combined cycle plant burning a coal-derived gas fuel at elevated gas turbine inlet temperatures (–°F). The objective is the development of combustor and turbine technology for a megawatt or larger size industrial, high-temperature, open-cycle gas-turbine engine to a state of technology readiness.

Because of the high-temperature requirements, special emphasis is placed on developing the turbine subsystem technology. For this reason, future activities should particularly concentrate on the development of new cooling methods and of suitable materials with high temperature-resistance. A basic assumption behind this approach is that gas turbine inlet temperatures of almost 1, °C (17 bar) are necessary in order to achieve a gas and steam efficiency of 65%.

This paper discusses technology readiness for two hypersonic launch system architectures, and discusses technology shortfalls for a near term Mach 7 first stage of a two-stage to orbit launch system.

Technology readiness level (TRL) Significant advancements in hypersonic technology were made over the past 40 years.

The turbine inlet temperature of a typical turboshaft engine is usually between and F, and with blade cooling technology being employed, a substantially increased temperature is achievable to provide higher levels of overall efficiency for gas turbine system, which necessitates the eventual use of super alloys or ceramic materials.

The turbine inlet temperature (TIT) is an important operating parameter that affects the performance of the integrated system. The effect of the TIT on the electrical and exergy efficiencies were investigated; the results are shown in Fig. the TIT increased, the net power output increased.

Introduction – Rich Dennis, Turbines Technology Manager; Simple and Combined Cycles – Claire Soares Introduction; Applications; Applications versatility; The History of the Gas Turbine; Gas Turbine, Major Components, Modules, and systems; Design development with Gas Turbines; Gas Turbine Performance.

Technology Characterization – Steam Turbines. Introduction. The energy is transferred from the boiler to the turbine through high pressure steam that powers the turbine and generator. This separation of functions enables steam turbines to operate and to high pressure and temperature use in utility power generation.

Generally. This technology project, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, is intended to advance the technological readiness of the ceramic automotive gas turbine engine. Of the several technologies requiring development before such an engine becomes a commercial reality, structural ceramic components represent the greatest technical challenge, and.

Finally, the chapter presents the overall concept of this book on advances in concentrating solar power research and technology, which aims to provide an overview beyond the state-of-the-art of CST technologies, with a focus on advanced CST concepts that are emerging as incremental or step-changes in CST technology.

The Design of Air Cooled Turbine Rotor Blades Symposium on the Design and Calculation of Constructions Subject to High Temperature, at the University of Delft, September Recommend this journal Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this.

Progress in developing a technology readiness vehicle (TRV) for demonstrating the performance of a combined-cycle power plant with high temperature ( to /sup 0/F firing temperature) gas turbines using coal-derived gas fuel is reported. Two major development tests were completed in .With the focus on the high temperature (heat addition) side of the cycle, this fact is sometimes ignored.

Which Temperature? First consider the current gas turbine technology landscape where the main classification parameter is TIT (Figure 2). In terms of sheer numbers, it is dominated by standard E (1, C.

InMitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) demonstrated the J-class technology at its “T-Point” test facility in Takasago, Japan. 2,°F turbine inlet temperature was achieved.