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Ms6001B/Ms7001Ea/Ms9001E - GE Gas Turbine Manual

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The 7EA is fuel-flexible, and can operate on natural gas,
liquefied natural gas (LNG), distillate and treated residual
oil in a variety of applications including:
- mechanical drive for large compressor trains
- simple cycle and combined cycle
- base load and peaking power generation
- industrial and cogeneration
The MS6001 is a single-shaft, heavy-duty gas turbine. The
high efficiency axial compressor has 17 stages. The
combustor has ten combustion chambers with individual
fuel nozzles. The machine has a three-stage impulse turbine
with air-cooled buckets and stationary nozzles on the first
two stages to achieve higher firing temperatures and
consequently higher efficiency without compromising hot
section component life.
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- 17-stage compressor with stacked disk design
- reverse flow combustion system with an individual nozzle single
combustion chamber
- 3-stage turbine with air-cooled, first and second-stage nozzles and
- three-bearing rotor supports
The GE MS7001EA is a highly reliable, mid-sized
packaged power plant developed specifically for 60 Hz
applications. With design emphasis placed on energy
efficiency, availability, performance and maintainability,
the 7EA is a proven technology machine with more than
775 units of its class installed or on order worldwide as
of December 1999. The simple, medium-sized design of
the 7EA lends itself to flexibility in plant layout and
easy, low cost addition of power augmentation when
phased capacity expansion is needed. A predecessor of
the 7FA, the 7EA is ideal for plants that require high
efficiency along with shaft speed for direct coupling to
the generator.
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The MS9001 is a single-shaft, heavy-duty gas turbine
developed for generator drive service in the 50 Hz
market. Its efficiency is approx 33% in simple cycle
mode and over 50% when operated as a combined
cycle. The MS9001 is designed to burn a variety of
liquid and gaseous fuels.
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