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Bergen Engines

Products and Applications

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Since 1948 Bergen Engines, a Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company, has Bergen Engines provides extensive long-term service agreements (LTSA)
delivered more than 6,500 four-stroke medium-speed diesel and gas that benefit all land based applications. We run an efficient service
engines for power generation and marine applications worldwide. organisation with high availability of service personnel and spare parts.

Major investments in the development of new products and equipment Experienced service engineers are available 24 hours a day, every day
ensure that we are ready to meet the challenges from the continuously of the year, everywhere in the world.
changing market.
Our systems are delivered with an optimised service program with fixed
Power Systems overhaul intervals. This ensures predictable maintenance throughout the
Bergen Engines can draw on many years of experience when it comes to product lifecycle.
finding the ideal solution for the power business, and can supply power
systems from a single generator set to a complete power plant, and Our philosophy is to support your business with:
combined heat and power (CHP). • short payback time
• high efficiency
Marine • high power output
For the marine market, our engines operate in commercial and military • high reliability and performance
vessels, cruise ships, fishing boats and in specialist vessels designed for the
offshore oil industry.

For information on marine applications, please visit:


www.rolls-royce.com/marine

Your Powerful Partner


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Why invest in medium speed engines? Integrated Power Solutions (IPS)

Quick ramp up and ramp down time to support Ensures continuous Engineering & Financial
Generating set Fuel treatment
grid fluctuations and variable renewables power supply Project Services
generation Management

Heat
Building Aftermarket Electrical
Recovery
Ability to locate in remote places to support Support System
incomplete grids or in high demand areas such System
as big cities

Minimal derating The modular and pre-fabricated Integrated Power Solutions (IPS) concept gives
Ideal for back-up power due to variations in you the benefits of a highly efficient, environmentally friendly and cost-effective
and grid balancing temperature, altitude power plant design.
and part load operation
Whether you need a complete power plant, auxiliary power supply or a pumping
set, anywhere in the world, we can develop the ideal solution for you. Power plants
from 2 MW to 200 MW and beyond can be configured for your application needs.

The IPS concept facilitates a decentralised power production concept which


minimizes transmission and distribution losses, reduces costs and maximises
Cost efficient maintenance with trained service Quick delivery and power availability.
engineers installation

Low capital investment


cost and short payback
High efficiency
(beyond 95% with
High reliability
and availability
CHP) and low
time
emissions

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Integrated Power Solutions Applications Bergen Engines Power Range

Our modularised IPS concept is the best option for many applications as
lead time is short, and no extensive on-site construction is required.
B35:40V20
Power ramp-up and ramp-down times are short, and it is easy to adjust
B35:40V16
the total power output to support a fluctuating energy demand. As the
concept is modular, additional generator sets can quickly be added if the B35:40V12
total power demand should stabilise on a higher level.
B35:40L9
Gas
B32:40V16
Liquid Fuel
B32:40V12
Peak shaving and CHP and
Base load B32:40L9
RES* balancing Trigeneration
kWe 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000

Greenhouse
Emergency power Mechanical drives
CHP and CO2
*Renewable Energy Systems

Total life-cycle performance

We understand your focus on total life-cycle performance. To help you, we


have the infrastructure in place to provide total aftermarket service and
support for the entire life of your installation.

We provide free technical support through our 24/7 telephone service, to


ensure that any unexpected events are taken care of immediately.

We offer our expertise from initial technical and economic


evaluations through to a fully customised systems design

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Stationary Engines | Gas
General conditions for stationary engines and generating sets

Definition of engine power and performance data are in accordance with ISO 3046-1, ISO 8528-1
and ISO 15550. B35:40V20

Engine and generator performance may be adjusted in accordance with application, site
conditions, load profile and fuel type.
B35:40V16
Natural gas operation
Reference fuel for gas engines has a lower heating value (LHV) of 36MJ/Nm3 and methane number
of >80.
B35:40V12
Liquid fuel operation
Specific fuel oil consumption is based on marine diesel oil (MDO) with a net calorific value of 42,7
MJ/kg and two engine driven pumps.
B35:40L9
Heavy fuel oil operation
The engines are designed for operations on heavy fuel oil with viscosity up to 700 cSt at 50 °C
within ISO 8217. kWe 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000
Emissions
Engine exhaust emission levels are below the limits for engine driven power plants, as stated in the
World Bank Group’s Pollution Prevention and Abatement Handbook.

Heat recovery
Data for arranging heat recovery is available upon request.

Dimensions
All dimensions are in mm.

Dimensions and weights are given for guidance purposes only and are based on a typical
specification. For detailed information please contact Bergen Engines.

Note
Due to continuous development, some data may change.

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Stationary Engines | Gas 60 Hz Stationary Engines | Gas 50 Hz
Bergen B35:40V AG2 Bergen B35:40V AG2

Principal dimensions Principal dimensions


Cylinder diameter 350 mm. Piston stroke 400 mm. Cylinder diameter 350 mm. Piston stroke 400 mm.

Engine type A B C Weight genset Engine type A B C Weight genset


B35:40V12AG2 10575 2750 4620 99000 kg B35:40V12AG2 10575 2750 4620 99000 kg
B35:40V16AG2 11565 3306 4545 116000 kg B35:40V16AG2 11565 3306 4545 116000 kg
B35:40V20AG2 13160 3306 4700 137000 kg B35:40V20AG2 13160 3306 4700 137000 kg
Technical data B35:40V12AG2 B35:40V16AG2 B35:40V20AG2 Technical data B35:40V12AG2 B35:40V16AG2 B35:40V20AG2
Number of cylinders 12 16 20 Number of cylinders 12 16 20
GAS

GAS
Engine speed r/min 720 720 720 Engine speed r/min 750 750 750
Electrical output kW 5375 7190 9000 Electrical output kW 5600 7500 9380
Mechanical output kW 5540 7390 9235 Mechanical output kW 5770 7700 9620
Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 20.0 20.0 20.0 Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 20 20.0 20.0
Specific fuel gas consumption kj/kWh 7350 7230 7315 Specific fuel gas consumption kj/kWh 7350 7230 7290
Fuel gas consumption kW 11310 14845 18765 Fuel gas consumption kW 11780 15465 19480
Specific lube oil consumption g/kWh 0.4 0.4 0.4 Specific lube oil consumption g/kWh 0.4 0.4 0.4
Thermal output kW 5250 7080 9070 Thermal output kW 5315 7370 9445
Nom. el. efficiency % 47.5 48.4 47.9 Nom. el. efficiency % 47.5 48.5 48.2

Note: Depending on type of generator the weight and dimensions may change. Weight includes lubricating oil and Note: Depending on type of generator the weight and dimensions may change. Weight includes lubricating oil and
cooling water. cooling water.

The performance data is based on: • Generator standard IEC 34-1, power factor = 1 The performance data is based on: • Generator standard IEC 34-1, power factor = 1
• All technical data is valid at 100% load, including two • Reference fuel is natural gas with a lower heating • All technical data is valid at 100% load, including two • Reference fuel is natural gas with a lower heating
engine driven pumps (lube oil and jacket water) value of 36MJ/nm3, methane number >80 engine driven pumps (lube oil and jacket water) value of 36MJ/nm3, methane number >80
• Engine power definition and fuel gas consumption are • Minimum fuel gas pressure to the gas regulating • Engine power definition and fuel gas consumption are • Minimum fuel gas pressure to the gas regulating
according to ISO 3046-1 (ICFN) module: 4,5 barg according to ISO 3046-1 (ICFN) module: 4,5 barg
• Due to continuous development, some data may • Due to continuous development, some data may
change change

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Stationary Engines | Gas 60 Hz Stationary Engines | Gas 50 Hz
Bergen B35:40L AG* Bergen B35:40L AG*

Principal dimensions Principal dimensions


Cylinder diameter 350 mm. Piston stroke 400 mm. Cylinder diameter 350 mm. Piston stroke 400 mm.

Engine type A B C Weight genset Engine type A B C Weight genset


B35:40L9AG* 11070 2560 4530 92000 kg B35:40L9AG* 11070 2560 4530 92000 kg
Technical data B35:40L9AG* Technical data B35:40L9AG*
Number of cylinders 9 Number of cylinders 9
Engine speed r/min 720 Engine speed r/min 750
Electrical output kW 3685 Electrical output kW 3840
GAS

GAS
Electrical frequency Hz 60 Electrical frequency Hz 50
Mechanical output kW 3780 Mechanical output kW 3940
Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 18.2 Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 18.2
Specific fuel gas consumption kj/kWh 7550 Specific fuel gas consumption kj/kWh 7550
Fuel gas consumption kW 7925 Fuel gas consumption kW 8260
Specific lube oil consumption g/kWh 0.4 Specific lube oil consumption g/kWh 0.4
Thermal output kW 3940 Thermal output kW 4100
Nom. el. efficiency % 46.5 Nom. el. efficiency % 46.5

Note: Depending on type of generator the weight and dimensions may change. Weight includes lubricating oil and Note: Depending on type of generator the weight and dimensions may change. Weight includes lubricating oil and
cooling water. cooling water.

*Availability subject to approval * Availability subject to approval

The performance data is based on: • Generator standard IEC 34-1, power factor = 1 The performance data is based on: • Generator standard IEC 34-1, power factor = 1
• All technical data is valid at 100% load, including two • Reference fuel is natural gas with a lower heating • All technical data is valid at 100% load, including two • Reference fuel is natural gas with a lower heating
engine driven pumps (lube oil and jacket water) value of 36MJ/nm3, methane number >80 engine driven pumps (lube oil and jacket water) value of 36MJ/nm3, methane number >80
• Engine power definition and fuel gas consumption are • Minimum fuel gas pressure to the gas regulating • Engine power definition and fuel gas consumption are • Minimum fuel gas pressure to the gas regulating
according to ISO 3046-1 (ICFN) module: 3,5 barg according to ISO 3046-1 (ICFN) module: 3,5 barg
• Due to continuous development, some data may • Due to continuous development, some data may
change change

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Combined Heat & Power Design and Delivery Stationary Engines | Liquid Fuel

B32:40V16

B32:40V12

B32:40L9

kWe 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000

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Stationary Engines | Liquid Fuel 60 Hz Stationary Engines | Liquid Fuel 50 Hz
Bergen B32:40V A2 Bergen B32:40V A2

Principal dimensions Principal dimensions


Cylinder diameter 320 mm. Piston stroke 400 mm. Cylinder diameter 320 mm. Piston stroke 400 mm.

Engine type A B C Weight genset Engine type A B C Weight genset


B32:40V12A2 10550 2650 4220 96000 kg B32:40V12A2 10575 2750 4620 96000 kg
B32:40V16A2 12000 2650 4220 115000 kg B32:40V16A2 11565 3306 4545 115000 kg
Technical data B32:40V12A2 B32:40V16A2 Technical data B32:40V12A2 B32:40V16A2
LIQUID FUEL

LIQUID FUEL
Number of cylinders 12 16 Number of cylinders 12 16
Engine speed r/min 720 720 Engine speed r/min 750 750
Electrical output kW 5045 6740 Electrical output kW 5255 7020
Mechanical output kW 5185 6910 Mechanical output kW 5400 7200
Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 22.4 22.4 Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 22.4 22.4
Specific fuel consumption g/kWh 185 181 Specific fuel consumption g/kWh 186 182
Fuel consumption kW 11375 14835 Fuel consumption kW 11910 15540
Specific lube oil consumption g/kWh 0.8 0.8 Specific lube oil consumption g/kWh 0.8 0.8
Thermal output kW 5890 7535 Thermal output kW 6195 7935
Nom. el. efficiency % 44.4 45.4 Nom. el. efficiency % 44.2 45.2

Note: Depending on type of generator the weight and dimensions may change. Weight includes lubricating oil and Note: Depending on type of generator the weight and dimensions may change. Weight includes lubricating oil and
cooling water. cooling water.

The performance data is based on: • Specific fuel oil consumption is measured at test bed The performance data is based on: • Specific fuel oil consumption is measured at test bed
• All technical data is valid at 100% load, including two according to ISO 3046-1, using diesel oil with a net • All technical data is valid at 100% load, including two according to ISO 3046-1, using diesel oil with a net
engine driven pumps (lube oil and jacket water) heating value of 42.7 MJ/kg engine driven pumps (lube oil and jacket water) heating value of 42.7 MJ/kg
• Engine power definition is according to ISO 3046-1 • Due to continuous development some data may • Engine power definition is according to ISO 3046-1 • Due to continuous development some data may
• Generator standard IEC 34-1, power factor = 1 change • Generator standard IEC 34-1, power factor = 1 change

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Stationary Engines | Liquid Fuel 60 Hz Stationary Engines | Liquid Fuel 50 Hz
Bergen B32:40L A2* Bergen B32:40L A2*

Principal dimensions Principal dimensions


Cylinder diameter 320 mm. Piston stroke 400 mm. Cylinder diameter 320 mm. Piston stroke 400 mm.

Engine type A Weight genset Engine type A Weight genset


B32:40L9A2* 10400 88000 kg B32:40L9A2* 10400 88000 kg
Technical data B32:40L9A2* Technical data B32:40L9A2*
Number of cylinders 9 Number of cylinders 9
LIQUID FUEL

LIQUID FUEL
Engine speed r/min 720 Engine speed r/min 750
Electrical output kW 3780 Electrical output kW 3930
Mechanical output kW 3890 Mechanical output kW 4050
Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 22.4 Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 22.4
Specific fuel consumption g/kWh 185 Specific fuel consumption g/kWh 186
Fuel consumption kW 8530 Fuel consumption kW 8930
Specific lube oil consumption g/kWh 0.8 Specific lube oil consumption g/kWh 0.8
Thermal output kW 4455 Thermal output kW 4685
Nom. el. efficiency % 44.3 Nom. el. efficiency % 44.0

Note: Depending on type of generator the weight and dimensions may change. Weight includes lubricating oil and Note: Depending on type of generator the weight and dimensions may change. Weight includes lubricating oil and
cooling water. cooling water.

* Availability subject to approval * Availability subject to approval

The performance data is based on: • Specific fuel oil consumption is measured at test bed The performance data is based on: • Specific fuel oil consumption is measured at test bed
• All technical data is valid at 100% load, including two according to ISO 3046-1, using diesel oil with a net • All technical data is valid at 100% load, including two according to ISO 3046-1, using diesel oil with a net
engine driven pumps (lube oil and jacket water) heating value of 42.7 MJ/kg engine driven pumps (lube oil and jacket water) heating value of 42.7 MJ/kg
• Engine power definition is according to ISO 3046-1 • Due to continuous development some data may • Engine power definition is according to ISO 3046-1 • Due to continuous development some data may
• Generator standard IEC 34-1, power factor = 1 change • Generator standard IEC 34-1, power factor = 1 change

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Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG Notes

About Rolls-Royce Power Systems

Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG with its headquarters in Friedrichshafen, Germany, is a


specialist for large engines, propulsion systems and distributed energy systems.

The product portfolio includes MTU brand high-speed engines and propulsion
systems for ships, for heavy land, rail and defence vehicles, and for the oil and gas
industry. Under the MTU Onsite Energy brand, the company markets diesel gensets for
emergency, base load and peak load applications, in addition to cogeneration plants
for the generation of combined heat and power based on gas engines or gas turbines.
The Norwegian subsidiary Bergen Engines manufactures medium-speed engines for
marine and power generation applications. L’Orange rounds off the portfolio with fuel
injection systems for large engines.

For further information please visit www.rrpowersystems.com

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Notes

© Bergen Engines AS

The information in this document is the property of Bergen Engines AS and may not be copied, or
communicated to a third party, or used, for any purpose other than for which it is supplied without
the express written consent of Bergen Engines AS.

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Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
PO Box 329 Sentrum, N-5804 Bergen, Norway

Tel: +47 81 52 00 71
sales.land.bergen@rolls-royce.com
www.rolls-royce.com/bergen