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Upgrading of MS9001 Heavy Duty Gas Turbine Based on O.E.

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Presented by: R. Ghorbani

23 March 2008

Topic
1- History 2- MS9001H Quick Introduction 3- Uprate Considerations 4- GE Gas Turbine Uprates 5- MS9001 Component Design Improvements 6- MS9001E Uprate Requirements for 1104 C Firing Temp. 7- MS9001E Uprate Requirements for 1124 C Firing Temp. 8- Details of Uprates Special in Hot Section
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History
GE MS9001 developed for 50 Hz application from GE MS7001 B, its scaling design. The first unit was GE MS9001 B introduced to the market in early 1975.

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MS9001 Revisions Overview

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MS9001H
Power output in combined cycle is 520 MW. Efficiency: 60% All blade and vane are closed loop steam cooled. First unit operating in Baglan Bay-Wales UK. Enable to provide electricity for 600,000 homes!

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Uprate Considerations

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GE Gas Turbine Uprates

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GE Gas Turbine Uprate Shipments

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MS9001 Component Design Improvements

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MS9001E Uprate Requirements for 1104 C Firing Temp.

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MS9001E Uprate Requirements for 1124 C Firing Temp.

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MS9001E 1124 C Uprate in Hot Section

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B19 With Turbulated radial Cooling Holes

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First Stage Nozzle

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First Stage Nozzle Chordal Hinge

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Second Stage Nozzle

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Creep Resistant Diagram

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High Pressure Packing Brush Seal (FS2V)

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Stage 2 Nozzle Inner Diaphragm Brush Seal

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Stage 2 Nozzle Performance Improvement

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Shroud 2 & 3 Honey Comb Seal Insert

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Bucket Shroud Cutter Teeth

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Scalloping of Bucket Shroud


The redesign of tip shroud by scalloping

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Stage#1 Shroud Cloth Seal (FS2Y)

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Cloth Seal

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Stage#1 Shroud Segment for 9161E & 9171E


9161E 9171E

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Stage#1 Shroud Abraidable Coating

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Stage#1 One Piece Shroud Block

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Combustion Components
Requirements Tolerating Higher Firing Temp. Low Emissions etc. NOx & CO Life Time Extension Maintenance Interval Extension

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Liner (FR1G/FR1H)
Specifications The Liner in MS9001 B was Louvered which was cooled through louvered punches in liner body (Experiencing cracking in punches during operation The Louvered liner was replaced by Slot-Cooled in first MS9001 E Models shown in figure
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MS9001 Liners

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Multiple Reverse-Flow Combustor System

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The Mechanism of Slot-Cooled Liner

Advantage 139 C lower metal Temp. Lower Temp. gradient Short length provide more stiffness and reduced cooling air

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TBC Coated Liner


Advantage The 380 micron TBC thick provide 38 C lower temp. in base metal For firing temp. 1124 C the thickness of liner is 15 mm thicker

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Transition Piece (FR1D)


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Combustion Chamber Arrangements Parallel (9B) Canted (9E-1104 C) Canned (9E-1124 C )

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T.P Changes in Details


The Material Hastelloy-X replaced by Nimonic 263 because of superior to creep life time The wall thickness is thicker and TBC coated T.P was lengthened 15 in to relocate the wear of Liner-T.P interface induced by compressor discharge air Increasing inspection interval to 12000 E.O.H Redesign of aft bracket allowing the T.P pivot during the thermal cycling
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Aft Bracket Old & Redesign

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Extendor Combustion System (FR1V/FR1W)


All GE heavy duty gas turbine system require periodic combustion inspection due to TBC coating erosion, wear and material creep, as a result GE has developed the Extendor system to increase C.I interval Extendor system decrease wear and increase inspection by reducing relatively movement of components C.I interval increased to 24000 E.O.H by Extendor (table below)

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Dry Low NOx System (FG2B)


For low emissions DLN used without steam/water injection and also reduction of life time hot parts by steam/water injection Emission level lower than 15 ppm Its done by fuel staging as primary and secondary zone with 6 primary fuel nozzle and 1 secondary fuel nozzle

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