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Marine Gas Turbine The LM6000 is a simple-cycle, two-shaft, highperformance gas turbine that is derived from GE’s CF680C2 high bypass turbofan aircraft engine. There are two models of the LM6000: the LM6000PC is a 42 MW machine, and the LM6000PG has an output of 52 MW. Taking advantage of the CF6-80C2 low-pressure system’s normal operating speed of 3600 rpm, the LM6000PC couples loads directly to the low-pressure turbine shaft. This feature allows the commonality of the CF6-80C2 and the LM6000 to be maintained. The LM6000PG operates at 3900 rpm but the big advantage is the additional power in the same size machine. Both models use lowcost, field-proven parts. The low-pressure compressor features independently controlled variable inlet guide vanes and variable stator vanes to modulate airflow, ensuring fast, easy startup/shutdown – even under partial loads. The high pressure compressor is mated to an efficient annular combustor for maximum fuel economy. Incorporation of advanced airflow and cooling technologies helps the LM6000 have unprecedented parts life, and provide reliable and efficient power, low fuel consumption, and low NOx, carbon monoxide, and unburned hydrocarbon emissions, which is critical for marine applications. The LM6000 weighs only 17,336 pounds (7,863 kilograms) which is less than half the weight of other large aeroderivative gas turbines. The entire unit is only 193.5 inches long (4.91 meters), 85 inches wide (2.159 meters) and 81 inches high (2.05 meters) so you can generate more power in less space. Output shp 56,900 70,275 kWs 42,428 52,403 SFC lb/shp-hr .329 .332 g/kW-hr 200.1 201.9 Heat rate Btu/shp-hr 6,049 6,117 Btu/kWs-hr 8,119 8,210 kJ/kWs-hr 8,564 8,660 Exhaust gas flow lb/sec 273 310 kg/sec 124 141 Exhaust gas 853°F (456°C) 930°F (499°C) temperature Power turbine 3600 rpm 3930 rpm speed Average performance, 60 Hertz, 59°F, sea level, 60% relative humidity, no inlet/exhaust losses Max Power vs. Ambient Temperature losses: inlet/exhaust 4/6 inches (10/15 centimeters) water The compact LM6000, with its great environmental and high thermal performance, is an ideal gas turbine for consideration in ship propulsion systems design when high performance and high power are a requirement. LM6000 Gas Turbine GE Aviation (Cincinnati, OH) www.ge.com/marine

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LM6000 Marine Gas Turbine Gensets coupled with an electric generator making LM6000 marine gas turbine-generator sets. The LM6000 gensets are ideal for ship applications for which electric drive is the propulsion system of choice. Base plate width 169.6 in (4.307 m) Base plate length 650 in (16.51 m) Base plate weight 302,000 lb (136,985 kg) Duct flow areas Inlet 90 sq ft (8.36 sq m) *Exact dimensions, weight and performance vary with the specific generator selected Heat rate (Btu/kW-hr) 8,348 8,203 """Average performance, 60 Hertz, 59 F, sea level, 60% relative humidity, 4 inches water inlet loss,...

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