Subcritical Steam Turbines for Fossil Fuel Power Plants
Our use of new flow-calculation methods and turbine blade options has increased the thermodynamic efficiency of turbines used for fossil fuel power. Additional emission restrictions can be achieved by using higher cycle temperatures, made possible thanks to newly developed materials. Making machines smaller and selecting better engine room configurations and layouts can help to cut investment costs too. To this end, we now supply a 200 MW condensing turbine in a single body. Independent construction modules can also be used to gradually regenerate and modernize older machines.