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Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines
Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines
Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines
Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines
Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines
Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines
Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines
Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines
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Burns Mc Donnell coal symposium recip engines

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  • 1. Reciprocating Engines Vic Ranalletta, P.E. Senior Project Manager Burns & McDonnell
  • 2. What Provides the Following? • 10 MW • 20-40% Capacity Factor • Good Part Load Heat Rate a t oad eat ate • Black Start • 5 Mi Minute S Start • Reactive Power and Frequency Support q y pp
  • 3. Natural Gas Engine Generators Caterpillar 6 5 MW 6.5 Wärtsilä 8.4 – 9.3 MW Mitsubishi 3.6 – 5.5 MW
  • 4. Why Do We Need Recip Engines? The sun doesn’t always shine and d the wind doesn’t always blow.
  • 5. Natural Gas Engine Generators • Reciprocating Engine Power Project Benefits – Multiple Shafts – Minimal Air Temperature Degradation – Minimal Altitude Degradation – Near Zero Water Usage (Radiator Cooling) – CHP Potential (Jacket Water and/or Exhaust)
  • 6. Large Scale Natural Gas Reciprocating Plants MID GEUS Midwest Energy gy Lea County STEC Proposed Engine Plant p g Existing Engine Plant
  • 7. Natural Gas Engine Generators Engine plant “sweet spot”
  • 8. Natural Gas Engine Generators

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