These turbines are 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. They all feature a 17-stage compressor with stacked disk design, reverse flow combustion system, three-stage turbine with air-cooled 1st and 2nd stage nozzles and buckets, and two or three bearing rotor supports.

The MS9001E 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 and over 50% in combined cycle. The MS9001 is designed to burn a variety of liquid and gaseous fuels.

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Parameter Power Generation Mechanical Drive
Power Output 126.100 MW  130.140 MW
Efficiency 33.8% 34.6%
Heat Rate 10,650 kJ/kWh 10,397 kJ/kWh
Pressure Ratio 12.6 12.6
Exhaust Mass Flow 418.0 kg/s 410.0 kg/s
Exhaust Temperature 543 °C 540 °C
Turbine Speed 3,000 rpm 3,000 rpm
  • Single Shaft engine
  • 17 compressor stages
  • 10 cannular combustion chambers
  • 3 turbine stages
  • Approximate weight:
    • Power Generation: 217,500 kg (including auxiliary skid)
    • Mechanical Drive: 256,000 kg (gas turbine package)
  • Approximate dimensions:
    • Power Generation: 22.1×4.5×6.3 m3 (including auxiliary skid)
    • Mechanical Drive: 16×4.5×5 m3 (gas turbine package)




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