There are many benefits to distributed generation, but the complexities of the marketplace are making the implementation and optimization of these projects more challenging than ever. This webcast will consider the ways these challenges are changing equipment, solutions and customers and the synergies associated with thinking holistically when implementing an on-site generation solution.
Please join us for this event sponsored by Siemens.
The Turbophase dry air injection system (Turbophase) has been used on multipe gas turbine frames to increase gas turbine power & efficiency with thousands of run-time hours over several years. Sargent & Lundy has been hired by several gas turbine owners to analyze the impact of Turbophase on various gas turbines at varying site conditions. In this webcast, Sargent & Lundy will share their on the ground experience in working with gas turbine owners on Turbophase analysis.
Please join us for this webcast sponsored by Phowerphase.
Hear from Be Inspired Award Winner PowerChina Huadong Engineering Corporation(“ECIDI”) how 3D digital design technology saved them CNY 194 million on the JinSha River Longkaikou Hydropower Station.
Learn from Ken Adamson, VP at Bentley Systems, how China is driving BIM global best practice for power generation delivery.
Digitalisation and Big Data has become a crucial tool for all organizations, allowing them to gain holistic insights into the performance of machinery, plant and systems. Power generation facilities now have the ability to generate vast amounts of data on equipment behaviour and process performance. This data can be continuously uploaded in real time to the cloud, where sophisticated algorithms can analyse it to optimize production.
As the Industrial Internet continues to grow, vast data sets can be collected and evaluated as more machines, devices and customers are connected and come online.
- But is the potential of digitalisation being exaggerated or are we only just beginning to appreciate the possibilities of connectivity and analytics?
- How can digital technology speed up the integration of renewable generation?
- At what stage of digital preparedness is the industry?
- Are we sufficiently alert to the attendant cyber security risks?
- How will new technology transform the structure of the industry and will it deliver what customers really want?
Gas engine operators are managing high temperatures, high output targets and, at times, using varying qualities of gas. Biofuels in particular can contain high levels of contaminants including halides, siloxanes and sulphides. These harsh operating conditions can pose many challenges and risks for operators. As a result, maintenance is critical in helping to examine the condition of oil and equipment.
This webinar will explore the current landscape of the gas engine market and how regularly using an oil monitoring program, such as ExxonMobil's new Mobil Serv Lubricant Analysis, can help to reduce downtime and maximise power output.
Join ExxonMobil on 8th December to hear how you can improve your gas engine operations with Mobil Serv Lubricant Analysis.