HSRG

(redirected from Heat-Recovery Steam Generator)
AcronymDefinition
HSRGHeat-Recovery Steam Generator (energy)
HSRGHatchery Scientific Review Group (Puget Sound and Coastal Washington Hatchery Reform Project)
HSRGHealth Services Research Group (health data analysis; est. 1988; University of Newcastle; New South Wales, Australia)
HSRGHighway Safety Research Group (Louisiana)
HSRGHigh School Reform Group
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It comprises two generation blocks -- a 250 MW block with one natural-gas turbine, one heat-recovery steam generator and one steam turbine that started commercial operations in June 2001 and a 550 MW block with two natural-gas turbines that went on stream in June 2000 as well as two heat-recovery steam generators and one steam turbine that were launched in June 2011.
For the power plant Siemens will supply an SGT-700 gas turbine, an SST-300 steam turbine, a heat-recovery steam generator with supplementary firing, and other auxiliary systems.
Each GTCC system will consist of an M701G gas turbine, a steam turbine, generator, heat-recovery steam generator and air-cooled steam condenser.
The burner shields in a heat-recovery steam generator were modified to improve emissions.
is for a gas turbine, heat-recovery steam generator, steam turbine, and a generator, according to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, which has teamed up with the nation's Downer Engineering Power Ltd.
The consortium partner GS E&C will supply the heat-recovery steam generators and will also be responsible for items including the civil works, transformers and ancillary systems as well as equipment installation.
The work included the construction of two gas-steam turbines, generators and heat-recovery steam generators, as well as two boilers each weighing 3,500 tons.
The contract covers a dual-fuel plant comprising natural gas and jet-kero fuel turbine generators, a steam turbine generator and two heat-recovery steam generators and is scheduled for completion in September 2004.
The Siemens scope of supply for this repowering project will encompass the power island, including two SGT-800 gas turbines and an SST-600 steam turbine-generator installed in a combined-cycle configuration, together with two heat-recovery steam generators and a condenser.