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A dual-fuel nozzle for conversion of a 15MW Westinghouse 191 (W191) gas turbine to burn low-BTU coal-derived synthetic gas for a proof-of-concept demonstration of a gasifier at Dow Chemical Company's facility in Plaquemine, Louisiana. Dow claimed…

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A conceptual design of an integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) power plant, which was created to show how a Westinghouse Power at Combined Efficiency (PACE) combined-cycle plant would be co-located with the Westinghouse Gasification System.…

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Westinghouse Electric's synthetic gas Process Development Unit (PDU) that was built and operated at Waltz Mill in Madison, Pennsylvania, beginning in 1972. The U.S. government program under which Westinghouse performed low-BTU gas testing was aimed…

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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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A synthetic gas and standard fuel nozzle for the Westinghouse 501B (W501B) gas turbine. The newer low-BTU gas nozzle, shown on the left, is substantially different from the older nozzle, shown on the right. The low-heating value fuel test gas had…

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The synthetic fuel supply at Westinghouse Electric's gas turbine laboratory in Lester, Pennsylvania, in 1971. In 1970, Westinghouse obtained a contract under the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and, later, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE),…

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A seasonal card from the Marketing Department of Westinghouse Electric's Small Steam and Gas Turbine Division (SSGT). Ted Anthony was Marketing Manager for the department and Don Jones was the Sales Manager for the United States.Originally called the…

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The first Westinghouse 501G (W501G) gas turbine being shipped from Hamilton Works in Hamilton, Canada, around October of 1998. This photograph was taken just after Siemens acquired the Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Business…

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The 250MW-class Westinghouse 501G (W501G) gas turbine was introduced in 1994 as the largest and most efficient (38.5% LHV) 60Hz gas turbine in the world. The W501G also had an introductory combined-cycle efficiency of 58 percent.Originally called the…

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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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A brochure advertising the 150MW-class (introductory rating) Westinghouse 501F (W501F) combustion turbine, which was developed from 1987 to 1989 as a joint engineering program between Westinghouse Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. The W501F…

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The first advertisement for the Westinghouse 501F (W501F) combustion turbine in June of 1988. The 150MW-class (introductory rating) W501F was developed from 1987 to 1989 as a joint engineering program between Westinghouse Electric and Mitsubishi…

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The 150MW-class (introductory rating) Westinghouse 501F (W501F) combustion turbine, which was developed from 1987 to 1989 as a joint engineering program between Westinghouse Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. The W501F evolved in the tradition…

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The Bellingham Energy Center in Bellingham, Massachusetts. Built in 1991, the facility is now owned and operated by NextEra Energy. A slip stream of exhaust gas is exported to a carbon dioxide-recovery unit to achieve QF status, as required by the…

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A mug for Westinghouse Electric's Combustion Turbine Operations (CTO) mug, which was given to each employee who transferred from the CTO's location in Concordville, Pennsylvania, to Orlando, Florida, where the division was being relocated. CTO was…

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The headquarters for Westinghouse Electric's Combustion Turbine Systems Division (CTSD) in Concordville, Pennsylvania. The world-class development laboratory at left background featured rigs for component testing at engine operating conditions,…

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An artist’s concept of new headquarters for Westinghouse Electric's Combustion Turbine Systems Division (CTSD) in Concordville, Pennsylvania. CTSD was one of the divisions relocated to Orlando, Florida, in 1987.Originally called the Westinghouse…

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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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Nine Westinghouse 501D (W501D) gas turbines, rated at 95.5MW, as the Shedgum Gas Plant in Al Ahsa, Saudi Arabia. These W501Ds were installed from 1978 to 1981. The Saudi market for large 60Hz gas turbines was key to Westinghouse business during…

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The indoor Power at Combined Efficiency (PACE) 520 power plant located at the port of Dos Bocas, Mexico, which began operations in 1975. Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) ordered several of Westinghouse Electric's PACE combined-cycle plants,…

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Southern California Edison Company's Coolwater Station in Daggett, California. This Power at Combined Efficiency (PACE) 520 combined-cycle power plant began operating in 1977 and was designed with the inlet air filters mounted overhead on telescoping…

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The Florida Power and Light Company's Power at Combined Efficiency (PACE) 520, which consists of two mirror-image PACE 260 plants, in Palatka, Florida. The plant was installed in 1976. PACE combined-cycle plants are comprised of two Westinghouse 501…

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El Paso Electric Company installed a Power at Combined Efficiency (PACE) 260 combined-cycle plant at its Newman Station in El Paso, Texas, in 1975. Plant was designed with inlet air filters mounted above the overhead crane using telescoping inlet…

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The Public Service of Oklahoma's (PSO) Power at Combined Efficiency (PACE) 260 at the Comanche Power Station in Lawton, Oklahoma. Comanche was the first of the Westinghouse Electric's PACE plants installed in 1973. After several upgrades and…

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A list of Power at Combined Efficiency (PACE) combined-cycle plant installations from 1973 to1984. Power at Combined Efficiency (PACE) 260 was the original designation of the plant design because the early plants used the 80MW Westinghouse 501B…

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A simplified power cycle diagram depicting the concept in which two Westinghouse 501 (W501) gas turbines exhaust into individual heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs) and produce steam for a 100 MW steam turbine. In 1970, Westinghouse introduced the…

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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 the Westinghouse 501F (W501F) 166MW-EconoPac gas turbine unit in Barranquilla, Colombia, around 1997. Originally called the Westinghouse Electric Company, George Westinghouse (1846-1914) founded his manufacturing company in…

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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,…

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The installation of the Westinghouse 251 (W251) EconoPac gas turbine units at Comisión Federal de Electricidad's (CFE) generation station in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, which began operations in 1980. Originally called the Westinghouse Electric Company,…

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The installation of three of the Westinghouse 501B (W501B) EconoPac gas turbine units at Nevada Power Company's Clark Generating Station in Las Vegas, Nevada, which began operations in 1979. These units were later converted to combined-cycle…

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The installation of four of the Westinghouse 501AA (W501AA) EconoPac gas turbine units at Baltimore Gas and Electric Company's ​​​​​​​Perryman Generating Station in Aberdeen, Maryland, which began operations in 1972. Originally called…

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A model of Westinghouse 501D5 (W501D5) EconoPac-packaged simple-cycle power plant around 1983. This diagram illustrates the arrangements of all major components and subsystems. A full gas turbine power plant arrives at site as a set of prepackaged…

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Three Westinghouse 251B9 (W251B9) gas turbines were sold to Rolls Royce for the Godavari Power Project. in Kakinada, India. This photograph shows delivery of one of the gas turbines to the site by elephant-escorted transport.Originally called the…

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A drawing of the Westinghouse 251B10 (W251B10) gas turbine showing design features characteristic of Westinghouse design around 1983. Originally called the Westinghouse Electric Company, George Westinghouse (1846-1914) founded his manufacturing…

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A diagram of the W251B10 50MW-class gas turbine. From circa 1985 through 1998, the Westinghouse 251B10 (W251B10) gas turbine was manufactured at Westinghouse Electric's facility in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The Westinghouse 251 (W251) gas turbine…

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A chart showing the growth (power rating vs. combined cycle efficiency) of the advanced Westinghouse 501F (W501F) gas turbine from its introductory rating of 150MW in 1988 to 181MW in 1998, at the time of that Siemens acquired Westinghouse's gas…

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The development of the advanced Westinghouse 501F (W501F) gas turbine began in 1987 as a joint engineering program with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, a long-time licensee of Westinghouse. The introductory rating of the 501F was 150MW. The first four…

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A Westinghouse 501D (W501D) gas turbine in Pensacola, Florida, around 1988. Westinghouse Electric began to assemble large gas turbines at its plant in Pensacola, Florida, which was originally built to manufacture components for nuclear power plants.…

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Westinghouse Electric's 100 MW-class Westinghouse 501D (W501D) gas turbine, which was the first to operate at 2000F rotor inlet temperature in 1975. This design included a generator drive feature, original with Westinghouse and later adopted by…

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A drawing of the internal design and construction of Westinghouse Electric's 100 MW-class Westinghouse 501D (W501D) gas turbine, which was the first to operate at 2000F rotor inlet temperature in 1975. This design included a generator drive feature,…

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The Westinghouse 501AA (W501AA) gas turbine, rated at 58MW, was introduced in 1971. The turbine is shown here on railcar at Westinghouse Electric facility in Lester, Pennsylvania, with executives of the Gas Turbine Department's Small Steam and Gas…

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The W501A, rated at 37MW, was introduced by Westinghouse Electric in 1968 as a direct successor to the W301. The first W501A was installed at Dow Chemical Company's plant Freeport, Texas.Originally called the Westinghouse Electric Company, George…

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A table showing the evolution of the W501 gas turbine. Following the introduction of the W501A in 1967-1968, Westinghouse Electric Corporation's technology evolved as turbine inlet temperatures increased by means of improved internal cooling and…

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A chart showing the U.S. gas turbine market from 1965 to 1990, with forecasts through 2000. The chart begins with the Great Northeast Blackout of 1965, which accelerated the growth of electric utility market for gas turbines in the United States.…

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The 300MW Salt Grass plant, designed and built by Power Systems Engineering, later known as Destec Engineering, comprised four separate single-shaft combined cycle units. The gas turbines, steam turbines (4x25MW units) and generators were on the same…

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The 300MW Salt Grass combined-cycle plant using 4xW501 gas turbines (1xW501A, 3xW501AA). The plant was built as a dedicated power supply for Dow Chemical Company’s chemical plant operations in Freeport, Texas. The plant was designed, built, and…

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The first pre-engineered combined-cycle power plant installed by the West Texas Utilities Company at its power station in San Angelo, Texas. The Westinghouse Electric gas turbine used for that application was a supercharged model W301, nominally…

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A diagram of the W201 U.S. Steel blast furnace gas turbine. The unique application of a modified version of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's W201 (rated at 20,000) was installed at South Works, a U.S. Steel manufacturing plant in Chicago,…

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A gas turbine-driven locomotive. By 1948, the Westinghouse Electric Corporation also built an experimental 4000 hp gas turbine-driven locomotive with the Baldwin Company of Chester, Pennsylvania, that used two of W21 gas turbine units. Initial…

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The Westinghouse J34 was a turbojet engine developed by Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Aviation Gas Turbine Division in the late 1940s. Essentially an enlarged version of the earlier Westinghouse J30, the J34 produced 3,000 pounds of thrust,…

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Westinghouse Electric's J30 jet engine, originally known as the J19B, was a simple and robust unit with six-stage compressor, annular combustor, and single-stage turbine. The J30 initially gave 1,200 pounds of thrust, but improved to 1,600 in…

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The first flight test WE19B under a Goodyear FG-1 Corsair airplane. The WE19B was a improved version of the first engine, the WE19B (later known as the J30) was flight tested in January of 1944 as a booster unit on a Chance Vought Corsair FG-1…

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In March of 1943, the first U.S.-designed and -manufactured jet engine went on test for the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 15 months after the signing of a contract with the U.S. Navy's Bureau of Aeronautics (BuAer). This first engine, with a…

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A newspaper article discussing potential plans to to fill 250 acres of the St. Johns estuary near Blount Island in Jacksonville, Florida. The article quotes O.E. Frye, director of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, stating that the…

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A newspaper article discussing a proposal by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation and Tenneco to purchase Blount Island, located on the St. Johns River, for use as a site for construction offshore nuclear power plants. The article quotes Helen P.…

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A guide to turbine element selection. This booklet was produced by Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Steam Turbine Division in 1973 as an applications guide for customers, power plant engineers, and Westinghouse salesmen in the field. At the time,…

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An academic paper by Richard W. Foster-Pegg, presented at the Pacific Coast Electric Association in March of 1980. During the mid-1970s and into the 1980s, Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Combustion Turbine Systems Division actively participated…

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A brochure describing Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Quality Improvement Program for its Power Generation Business Unit (PGBU), launched in 1990 with the goal of creating a Total Quality Culture throughout the organization and all phases of the…

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An organizational chart of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Generation Systems Division in 1995. In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation, starting with the Steam Turbine Generator Division, was taking shape in its new Orlando…

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An organizational chart of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's management structure and its Power Generation Business Unit (PGBU) in 1994. In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation, starting with the Steam Turbine Generator…

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A memorandum from H. Art Vedner, Controller of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Business Unit (PGBU), and Frank R. Bakos, Vice President and General Manager of the PGBU, regarding recent appointments in the unit in 1994. In 1983,…

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A memorandum from E. Paul Loch, General Manager of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Manufacturing Operations Divisions, and Frank R. Bakos, Vice President and General Manager of the Power Generation Business Unit (PGBU), regarding…

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A memorandum from Romano Salvatori, Deputy General Manager of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Business Unit (PGBU), and Frank R. Bakos, Vice President and General Manager of the PGBU, regarding recent appointments and the…

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A memorandum from Romano Salvatori, General Manager of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Commercial Operations Divisions, and Frank R. Bakos, Vice President and General Manager of the Power Generation Business Unit (PGBU),…

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A memorandum from Romano Salvatori, General Manager of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Commercial Operations Divisions, and Frank R. Bakos, Vice President and General Manager of the Power Generation Business Unit (PGBU),…

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A memorandum from Dominic A. Bartol, General Manager of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Business Unit's (PGBU) Engineering Department, regarding the restructuring of the division in 1989. In 1983, the Westinghouse power…

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An organizational chart of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Projects Division in 1989. In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation, starting with the Steam Turbine Generator Division, was taking shape in its new…

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A memorandum from Romano Salvatori, General Manager of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Projects Division (PPDD), regarding the restructuring of the division in 1989. In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation,…

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A memorandum from D. H. Pierce, General Manager of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Systems Operation Division, regarding the development of joint ventures with ASEA Brown Boveri (ABB). The partnership would serve power generation,…

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An organizational chart of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Generation Technology Systems Division (GTSD). In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation, starting with the Steam Turbine Generator Division, was taking shape in its…

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An organizational chart of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Combustion Turbine Operations, 1987. In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation, starting with the Steam Turbine Generator Division, was taking shape in its new Orlando…

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A memorandum from Thomas E. Campbell regarding recent appointments and realignments of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Generation Technology Systems Division (GTSD) in 1987. The Steam Turbine Generator Division (STGD) was taking shape under the…

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A memorandum from Thomas E. Campbell regarding recent appointments and realignments of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Generation Technology Systems Division (GTSD) in 1987. In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation, starting…

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An organizational chart of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Generation Projects I, managed by C. A. Weeks, and Generation Projects II, managed by D. M. Johnson. In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation, starting with the Steam…

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A memorandum from Marketing Manager K. A. Oleson and Commercial Operations Manager A. R. Collier to Electric Utility Sales and Electric Utility International regarding the reorganization of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Steam Turbine Generator…

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An organizational chart of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Power Generation Operations Division (PGOD), managed by D. H. Pierce, and Turbine Generator Commercial Division (TGCD), managed by R. E. G. Ractcliff. In 1983, the Westinghouse power…

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A memorandum from Marketing Manager K. A. Oleson and Commercial Operations Manager A. R. Collier to Electric Utility Sales and Electric Utility International regarding the reorganization of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Steam Turbine Generator…

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A document detailing the organization of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Steam Turbine Generator Division (STGD), nicknamed the Super Tough Gator Division. In 1983, the Westinghouse power generation business operation, starting with the Steam…

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A brochure of commemorative images published in 1988 as part of the celebration of the dedication of the George Westinghouse Museum, located in Wilmerding, Pennsylvania. The historic building, colloquially called The Castle, selected to house the…

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In April of 1987, the Combustion Turbine Systems Division of Westinghouse Electric Corporation was relocated from its prior headquarters in Concordville, Pennsylvania to the World Headquarters of Westinghouse Power Generation located at The…