a boiler or heat recovery steam generator (HRSG). Unlike gas turbines or microturbines, steam turbines do not directly consume fuel. Rather, the fuel driving the process is the fired boiler or plant equipment that produces heat for the HRSG (e.g., a gas turbine). Table 1. Summary of Steam Turbine Attributes for CHPGet A Quote
Steam turbines differ from reciprocating engines, internal combustion engines, and gas turbines in that the fuel is burned in a piece of equipment, the boiler, which is separate from the power generation equipment. The energy is transferred from the boiler to the steam turbine generator by an intermediate medium, typically steam under pressure.Get A Quote
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