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New Contract Awarded “Media Cooling System for Zagros Power Plant”

New Contract Awarded “Media Cooling System for Zagros Power Plant”

Rahavard Energy has recently signed a contract of “Engineering, Procurement and Construction of Media Evaporative Cooling System for 2*V94.2 Gas Turbine Units of Zagros Power Plant” in Kermanshah Province. The client is Zagros Kosar Power Generation & Management co. The main purpose of this project is power enhancement of the turbines up to 15%, by […]

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Seminar of “Introduction of Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling systems” at Monenco Iran co.

Seminar of “Introduction of Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling systems” at Monenco Iran co.

Nov.2017, Seminar of ” Introduction of Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling systems” held at Monenco Iran Consulting Engineers co.  by Rahavard Energy. In this seminar, different methods of GT Inlet Air Cooling (GTIAC) described by Rahavard Energy’s Technical team, focusing on Evaporative methods. Then, APINA’s Technical Managers described  the theory of Refregirative cooling systems and  […]

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Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

 Turbine Inlet Air Cooling Technologies (TIAC) Gas turbines output power decreases with respect to ISO design condition when ambient temperature rises significantly. The results show reductions of power to be about 0.5-0.9, due to each °C ambient air temperature growth. On the other hand, demand for electric power and the value of electricity are greatest at […]

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Refrigerative Cooling

Refrigerative Cooling

Evaporative cooling systems (Media & Fog) cannot be used in humid regions as their effectiveness is low. To encounter this problem, Cooling system based on chillers could be used in these areas. Compression and absorption type chillers can be applied for cooling the inlet air depending on site condition, Turbine type, etc.   Absorption type […]

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High Pressure Fogging

High Pressure Fogging

High pressure Fog cooling is a method of inlet cooling where demineralized water is converted into fine fog droplets by means of specially designed atomizing nozzles operating at pressures between, 70 to 150 barg . As the fog evaporates in the intake duct, it cools the air. This technique can achieve close to 100% evaporative […]

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Brochure

Brochure

Download our brochure on Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling (GTIAC) technologies:

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