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The Westinghouse 501D5 (W501D5) combustor, designed for future synthetic gas use. When the new W501D5 was introduced in 1980, the combustor basket design showed evidence of what was learned under the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) test program.…

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The first Westinghouse 501F (W501F) engine being readied for shipment from Pensacola, Florida, to Ulsan, South Korea, in October of 1995. The W501F featured a new Dry Low mono-nitrogen oxides combustion system. Prior to this milestone, the W501F was…

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Dow Chemical Company's Westinghouse 501D5 (W501D5) gas turbines in Plaquemine, Louisiana. In 1987, two W501D5 gas turbines at this plant operated on synthetic gas from coal as part of the largest integrated gasification combined-cycle plant in the…

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Capital Cogeneration's 450MW Westinghouse 501D5 (W501D5) gas turbines in Pasadena, Texas. This power plant was built by H. B. Zachry Company from 1983 to 1984 as is considered the first Westinghouse PURPA plant (named in reference to the Public…

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Several barge-mounted units using both Westinghouse 251B9 (W251B9) and Westinghouse 501D5 (W501D5) EconoPac gas turbines, which were built at Sabah Shipyards, Malaysia. Several barge-mounted units using both Westinghouse 251B10 (W251B10) and W501D5…

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Several barge-mounted units using both Westinghouse 251B9 (W251B9) and Westinghouse 501D5 (W501D5) EconoPac gas turbines, which were built at Sabah Shipyards, Malaysia. Several barge-mounted units using both Westinghouse 251B10 (W251B10) and W501D5…

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The installation of two Westinghouse 501D5 (W501D5) 100 MW-class gas turbine units at Electroperú's La Ventanilla Thermal Power Station near Callao, Peru, which was installed from 1993 to 1995. Originally called the Westinghouse Electric Company,…