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CTChristianity Today (magazine)
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CTCanterbury (postcode, United Kingdom)
CTComputerized Tomography
CTControl Techniques (Emerson Electric Company; St. Louis, MO)
CTCensus Tract
CTCombination Therapy
CTCellular Telephone
CTComputerized Axial Tomography (also see CAT; CT is preferred)
CTClassroom Teacher
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CTCharlize Theron (actress)
CTCognitive Therapy
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CTCounseling and Testing
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CTChaos Theory
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CTCigarette Tax (various locations)
CTComité Technique (French: Technical Committee)
CTCore Team
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CTCherished Teddies (Enesco collectible figurines)
CTChrono Trigger (video game)
CTCanada Trust
CTCan't Talk
CTCALTRANS (California Department of Transportation)
CTCountry Team
CTCordless Telephone
CTCrazy Taxi (Dreamcast game)
CTComputer Technician
CTCholera Toxin
CTCoiled Tubing (oil & gas)
CTChannel Tunnel (England/France)
CTConnection Time
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CTCut Throat
CTCoattails (multi-game guild)
CTCopper Tube
CTCrimp Tool
CTClotting Time (test of blood)
CTComputer Terminal
CTCarboxyl-Terminal
CTComplementary Therapy
CTChemical Test
CTCharge Time (gaming)
CTCalendar Time
CTCrazy Town (band)
CTChris Tucker (actor)
CTCorey Taylor (Slipknot)
CTCorporate Technology
CTCompensatory Time
CTClub Triumph (UK)
CTContact Team
CTCommissario Tecnico (Italian: national's soccer team Head Coach)
CTCocteau Twins (band)
CTCold Tolerance
CTCritical Technology (EU program)
CTCatania, Sicilia (Italian province)
CTCity Temple (Cardiff, UK)
CTCyber Terrorism
CTConformance Testing
CTCable, Test
CTCalf Thymus
CTConflict Transformation
CTCollaborative Tools
CTChemical Terrorism
CTCredit Time (US NIH)
CTCaptain Tsubasa (Japanese comic)
CTCommunication Trench
CTCommunications Technician (AWACS communications position)
CTConning Tower
CTCommunity Title (Australia)
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CTChurch Times (UK)
CTControl Transformer
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CTCover Test (ophthalmology)
CTControl Telemetry (US DoD)
CTCompetition Tribunal (Canada)
CTColour Television
CTCreative Touring (Lexus)
CTCommission de la Transparence (French healthcare quality-assessment agency)
CTCordless Telecommunications
CTCoal Terminal
CTCenter Thickness (of contact lens)
CTCoat and Tie
CTCipher Text
CTCommunications Terminal
CTColor Transparency
CTCompact Tension (metallurgy)
CTComputer-aided Tomography (less common)
CTCalgary Transit
CTCloud Type
CTContractor Test
CTCenter-Tapped (electrical: transformer)
CTCollecting Tubule
CTCentral Teaching
CTCatechesi Tradendae (On Catechesis in our Time)
CTCommercial Thinning (forestry)
CTCondensed Tannin
CTCommunist Terrorists (British Malayan Conflict)
CTCustomer Test
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CTCeská Televize (Czech Television)
CTContractor Testing
CTContinuation Training
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CTClamp Terminal
CTCreatine Transporter (genetics)
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CTCommissioning Team
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CTCertificate of Transliteration
CTCombined Trial
CTClassic Trilogy (Star Wars)
CTCazic Thule (Everquest)
CTCable Tunnel
CTCircle Trip (airlines)
CTCum Tempore (Latin: at a later date)
CTCertified Translator (American Translators Association)
CTClear Trunk
CTCable Telemetry
CTCortico-Thalamic
CTCentral Transition
CTCryptologic Technician (formerly Communications Technician; USN Rating)
CTCharlie Tango (ham radio)
CTClient Task
CTCertified Thanatologist
CTCareer Trainee
CTConformance Tester
CTCommand Transmitter
CTCavitation Tunnel
CTChemical Titles (periodical)
CTCombat Trains
CTComparison Text
CTCompatibility Technology
CTCertified in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavement (Association for Death Education and Counseling)
CTContraterrene (anti-matter, science fiction)
CTCompensation Theorem
CTCoachTrack (coaching software by Eclipse Computing)
CTCard-To-Tape
CTCadet in Training (Texas A&M Corps of Cadets)
CTCoordinated Turn Model
CTChannel Terminator
CTChimney Tray
CTCommon Tier
CTChlamydia Trochomatis
CTConfederation Test
CTConfederation Text
CTCedar Trust
CTCascaded Triplet
CTChiropractic Technologist
CTCognizant Test
CTCognitive Turnover (work psychology)
CTCurve-to-Tangent Point
CTCircular Trunking
CTCreate Tasker
CTCooperative Trust Company of Canada
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Nuclear fission (first demonstrated in 1938, one year after the combustion turbine for aviation applications) is a newer fuel source compared with coal, but it still relies on the same old steam turbine.
The proposed unit is claimed to be the most efficient combustion turbine in the Duke Energy fleet and around 25 percent more efficient than the existing Lincoln County turbines.
* For 1,110 ton (3903 kW) cooling capacity, absorption chillers were selected for both 120[degrees]C (248[degrees]F) high temperature hot water from combustion turbine and gas engine exhaust heat recovery and for 95[degrees]C (203[degrees]F) low temperature hot water from engine jacket water heat recovery at 90[degrees]C (194[degrees]F), plus additional heating through 120[degrees]C (248[degrees]F) hot water in the heat exchanger for peak load operation.
In repowering the plant, the original boiler was replaced with a heat recovery steam generator and a combustion turbine that can bum natural gas and fuel oil.
EPRI contracted with SwRI to advance turbine technology and to set up a turbine materials laboratory, according to John Scheibel, EPRI area manager for combustion turbines. The Materials Center for Combustion Turbines, operated by SwRI under sponsorship of EPRI, developed Coatlife to predict original or remaining life of aluminide, Pt-aluminide, MCrA1Y, and duplex coatings on various alloy substrates.
* The Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp.'s new $61 million natural gas-fired combustion turbine power plant near Fulton in southwest Arkansas went into service May 26, less than a year after major construction began.
Previously, Streckfus was the first female power plant manager of the Maryland combustion turbines with responsibility for 21 power plants in the region.
Calpine plans to demolish some of it and build the new unit, which will have two combustion turbines.<br />Entergy says the unit will allow it to meet customer demand for electricity when it reaches above what base-load and other generating units can produce.<br />To sign up for free CityBusiness Daily Updates, click here.
Granite Shore Power will now own Merrimack Station in Bow, Newington Station in Newington, Schiller Station in Portsmouth as well as combustion turbines in Groveton and Tamworth.
Under the proposed sales, which must be reviewed and approved by the PUC, Eversource's three large fossil generation facilities--Newington and Schiller stations and Bow Station in Merrimack--and two remote combustion turbines will be purchased by Granite Shore Power LLC, a partnership of Atlas Holdings of Greenwich, Conn., and Castleton Commodities International of Stamford, Conn., for $175 million.