Control optimization of the corrected outlet temperature (OTC+)
Valid for following frames: SGT5-2000E (V94.2), SGT6-2000E (V84.2), V64.3
Thermodynamical optimization of gas turbine operation
More precise boiler inlet temperature
The Control Optimization of the Corrected Outlet Temperature is a closed-loop turbine control process that uses compressor inlet temperature, engine exhaust temperature and engine speed as main control parameters for the gas turbine. These critical parameters are used to formulate a relationship to control the turbine to a corrected exhaust temperature, taking into account variations in ambient temperature and engine speed.
The Control Optimization of the Corrected Outlet Temperature Corrected provides significant performance advantages and offers attractive financial payback options.
The Control Optimization of the Corrected Outlet Temperature can be a cost effective means to help you improve the overall performance of your gas turbine.
Benefits may include:
- Thermodynamical optimization of gas turbine operation
- More precise boiler inlet temperature
- Maximum reduction of over and under-firing
- Increased reliability of hot gas path components
Scope of Supply
The scope of this modernization includes:
- Installation of fast exhaust diffuser outlet thermocouples (MBR cross section)
- Improved formula of turbine outlet temperature calculation
- Instrumentation and control modification
Installation can be done in parallel to MI or any other outage. We offer a full range of field service capabilities to help you manage your maintenance and outage schedules.