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  • Recent Advances in Diesel Engines & Diesel Generator Sets
    Over the years, numerous aspects of the diesel engine have been subjected to modifications and treatments in attempts to make the engine more efficient. All engines produce power by igniting a mixture of air and fuel to produce energy. In gasoline engines, a spark plug is used to perform
  • Advantages of Diesel Air-Cooled Used Generators
    Diesel air-cooled used generators have been used for many years and have a long track record of being reliable, easily adaptable and relatively inexpensive. The output these workhorses produce in relation to maintenance and initial costs makes used diesel generators one of the most popular choices
  • IMPACT OF 60- TO 80-YEAR DESIGN LIFE REQUIREMENTS ON EMERGENCY DIESEL GENERATORS AT NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
    This paper will take a closer look at how the evolution of longer-life nuclear power plants (NPPs) impact emergency diesel generators (EDGs) used for station blackout (SBO) support. Extending the life of EDGs from an initial 40-year design life basis to the current reactor design life basis of up
  • EPA Emission Regulations: What They Mean for Diesel Powered Generating Systems (.pdf)
    Source Performance Standards apply to diesel engines used in generator sets.
  • NATURAL GAS GENERATOR SETS FOR THE STANDBY MARKET
    The market for large-scale standby electric power has taken a purposeful turn toward natural gas gensets. For decades, diesel engine generators have dominated the standby market and natural gas engine-generators were seldom considered. However, gas-fueled generation has been widely accepted
  • Remote Power Supply Monitoring with iLog
    charge by the use of a photovoltaic element or a windmill generator, mounted on top of the container, or a diesel engine generator stored inside the container, or even any combination of those. It is vital to monitor the inner temperature, as very low or very high temperatures may cause fatal
  • UNDERSTANDING GAS ENGINE EMISSIONS IN STANDBY POWER APPLICATIONS
    Air-quality regulations have a major impact on the choice of engine-generator sets for standby electric power. Federal, state and local rules can dictate the level of emission control required and can make gas engines a more advantageous choice than the traditional diesel technology.
  • Nuclear Plant Critical Backup Power System
    When you're about to take the emergency diesel generators (EDNs) of a nuclear plant offline, 'close enough' is not part of the equation. A nuclear plant in Canada wanted to take their EDNs offline to update them and knew that, in line with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission's (CNSC) strict

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