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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 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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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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In 1980, Westinghouse Electric introduced a redesigned and uprated model W501D combustion (gas) turbine nominally rated at 100MW. This document is a reprint of an article published in the International Power Generation magazine in the United Kingdom…