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Tubine oil bleed and feed: An expensive option
The industry standard for determining when to change your turbine oil is when the antioxidants deplete to 25% of their original level. An accepted practice to extend the life of your turbine oil has been “bleed and feed”. Bleed and Feed is the practice of discarding a fraction of old oil and replacing it with new oil. Often 20-30% of the oil reservoir volume will be exchanged with new oil.


Evaluating performance of supercritical CO2 plants
The supercritical CO2 power cycle is one of the most promising power technologies. It is not by chance though, because carbon dioxide (CO2) has a unique combination of attributes, such as a low critical temperature, an environmentally natural origin, a high standard of safety and a low cost. 

New boss for Mitsubishi Hitachi in the Americas
David M. Walsh has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas, Inc. (MHPSA) effective April 1, 2014.  

March/April 2014



Modular or standardized assembly is catching on in combined cycle power plant design and construction. But is it right for every job?

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