GPB80D

Gas Turbine Generator Set

Light weight cogeneration system for Industrial Application

Best for: Industrial sector, Oil and Gas sector
ISO 14021 Compliant
Certified Green Products

Summary

Kawasaki GPB 80 is the 7.8MWe open cycle, single shaft type gas turbine which comprise of 12 stage axial flow compressor and 4 stage axial turbines. The gas turbine generator set consists of gas turbine engine, engine control system, generator and the package auxiliary system such as reduction gear, coupling, lubrication, starting and turning system. It is equipped with a dual ignition and six can combustion system. There are 2 types of model for this series which is GPB80 (conventional diffusion) and GPB80D (dry low emission).The applicable fuel for GPB80 is Natural Gas and Diesel Oil. Alternatively, the GPB80 series can be operated on dual fuel system.

M7A03 - GPB80D
The GPB80D is the generator package model which houses M7A-03 Gas turbine model.

GPB80D Specifications

Specifications Output
Electrical Output 7,670 kW
Heat Rate 10,820 kW
Exhaust Gas Temperature 526 ℃
Exhaust Gas Mass Flow 97.6 x10³ kg/hr
HRSG Steam Output 17 x10³ kg/hr
Total Thermal Efficiency 83.2%
NOx (02 : 15%) 9*/15
Approximate Package Dimension (L,W,H) 11.5 x 2.8 x 3.6
Approximate Package Weight (dry) 60

Nominal Performance

  • Elevation 0m
  • Inlet air temperature 15℃
  • Inlet air pressure loss 0.98kPa
  • Exhaust gas pressure loss 2.94kPa
  • LHV of Natural Gas Fuel(100% CH4) 35.9MJ/Nm3
  • Typical Steam Condition: Steam pressure 0.83MPaG, Steam temperature(saturated) 177℃, Feed water temperature 80℃, Blowdown from HRSG 0%

*Option
Note: Mark “D” means Dry Low Emission

Typical Layout Drawing

for Cogeneration with GPB80D : mm

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