reciprocating engine


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an internal-combustion engine in which the crankshaft is turned by pistons moving up and down in cylinders

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4bn in distributed power technology and has been rapidly expanding its reciprocating engines offerings-particularly its diesel engine technologies-to meet the on-site power, heating and environmental priorities of the oil and gas sector and other key industries.
The Airec Cross 30 heat exchanger will be fitted to the exhaust system of a stationary reciprocating engine at a metropolitan Perth public hospital.
As an added benefit, FuelCell Energy's ultra-clean DFC power plant does not require Tulare to purchase $600,000 of Emission Reduction Credits, which would be required if the city had employed traditional on-site power equipment such as reciprocating engines.
They chose not to connect the reciprocating engine to the wheels in the style of old-fashioned steamers, Prahl says, because railroad managements want to keep the diesel-electric drive.
APR Energy aims to provide the broadest choice of generation technologies in our industry, and our projects in the region now feature mobile turbine plants, running on either natural gas or diesel, as well as gas reciprocating engine plants and diesel reciprocating engine plants.
The advanced natural gas reciprocating engine is a new or upgraded internal combustion reciprocating piston engine that produces standby, emergency and peaking power for light manufacturing plants, stores, schools and office complexes.
Natural gas (NG) generator set (genset) OEMs Reciprocating engine distributors and technicians Genset packagers and installers Building owners Utilities Government agencies Investor communityRead the full report: http://www.
Demonstrating once again its leadership in the field of reciprocating engine innovation used to meet the rapidly growing demand for reliable on-site power, GE Power & Water s Distributed Power business is announcing today the technological breakthrough of 50.
The country also has the fifth largest natural gas reserves in the world, but has yet to fully utilize its natural gas potential, providing opportunities for both gas reciprocating engine and dual-fuel turbine technologies.
Global power systems company Rolls-Royce has announced a $22m contract to supply eight Bergen B32:40 16v reciprocating engine generator sets to Baraka Patenga Power Limited in Bangladesh.
As pressure from regulatory bodies such as the Environmental Protection Agency increases, companies need to focus on improving conventional reciprocating engine technology and also accelerate the commercialization of fuel cells [(FCs)], which is touted as 'no emission' technology," said F&S senior industry analyst K.
In addition the new power plant, Electrogas Malta will offer a floating storage unit for LNG and a regasification plant to offer the natural gas fuel required both for the new CCPP and for an existing reciprocating engine power plant located at the same site, which will be converted to natural gas.
Department of Energy (DOE) for Phase II of the ARES (Advanced Reciprocating Engine Systems) program.
Besides the new power plant, Electrogas Malta will provide a floating storage unit for LNG and a regasification plant to provide the natural gas fuel required both for the new CCPP and for an existing reciprocating engine power plant located at the same site, which will be converted to natural gas.
KGRA Energy hE a developer of waste heat recovery power generation projects, will develop a pioneering waste heat recovery project to harness reciprocating engine exhaust heat.