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Aero-Derivative Gas TurbineFT8® SWIFTPAC®

  • Thorough modularization

    Only 1 month for installation

  • Offshore power generation

    Lightweight and compact

  • High performance not requiring a governor

    Free Turbine

  • Mechanical drive market

    Optimal capacity

FT8® SWIFTPAC® Gas Turbine Package

The FT8® SWIFTPAC® gas turbine package offers 30 or 60 MW of power. The package design includes an enclosed driver assembly incorporating the gas generator, power turbine, exhaust collector box, inlet plenum, and lube system. These factory-assembled modules allow the FT8® SWIFTPAC® power plant to generate power in less than 30 days after arriving on site.

Features

  • Site installation work is reduced by use of standard factory assembled modules.
  • No cooling water equipment is required; installable in inland areas, etc. where water is difficult to arrange
  • Fully automated operation; fully operable at unattended sites
  • Suitable for barge power generation and offshore power generation
  • The free turbine construction of the power turbine (PT) enables a configuration independent of an air compressor, allowing use for pipeline gas compressors requiring variable rotating speed control and a driving pump with mechanical drive.

Specifications

Output SWIFTPAC®30 60 Hz/50 Hz:31 MW
SWIFTPAC®60 60 Hz/50 Hz:62 MW
Fuel Dual Fuel (Gas/Oil)
Starting Time <10 minutes (cold start to full power)
Cooling Method Air Cooling
Type of Generator/ Voltage of SWGR Open-ventilated Air Cooling/ 15 kV
NOx Control Water Injection
Air Cooling Yes
Starting Method Hydraulic
Type of Ignition Electric Spark
Turning Unnecessary
Enclosure Outdoor
Power Turbine Free Turbine
Reduction Gear Unnecessary
Condensing Operation Yes (without clutch)

Configuration(SWIFTPAC® 30)

  50 Hz 60 Hz
Compressor Axial, multi-stage
Combustor Cannular
Turbine Axial, multi-stage
Rotor Build-up
Output(PT) Free
Speed rpm 3,000 3,600
Gas Turbine Dimension 5m×2m×3m
Weight 13t

Performance (SWIFTPAC®30)

  50 Hz 60 Hz
ISO Base Rating kW 30,748 30,892
Efficiency % 36.4 36.6
LHV Heat Rate kJ/kWh 9,900 9,841
Btu/kWh 9,383 9,327
Exhaust Flow kg/s 92 92
Exhaust Temp. 494 491
F 922 916
Ramp Rate MW/min 15 15
Starting Time Min <10 <10

Configuration (SWIFTPAC®60)

  50 Hz 60 Hz
Compressor Axial, multi-stage
Combustor Cannular
Turbine Axial, multi-stage
Rotor Build-up
Output (PT) Free
Speed rpm 3,000 3,600
Gas Turbine Dimension 5m×2m×3m
Weight 13t

Performance (SWIFTPAC®60)

  50 Hz 60 Hz
ISO Base Rating kW 61,607 62,086
Efficiency % 36.4 36.8
LHV Heat Rate kJ/kWh 9,882 9,792
Btu/kWh 9,366 9,281
Exhaust Flow kg/s 184 184
Exhaust Temp. 494 491
F 922 916
Ramp Rate MW/min 30 30
Starting Time Min <10 <10

Arrangements

Output SWIFTPAC®30 / SWIFTPAC®60:31MW/62MW
Fuel Dual Fuel (Gas/Oil)
Starting Time <10 minutes (cold start to full power)
Type of Generator Open-ventilated Air Cooling
Cooling Method Air Cooling
SWIFTPAC®30

Solution

  • A system (FT4000® SWIFTPAC®) with two gas turbines driving one generator helps reduce the construction unit cost and installation area per output.
  • This is not true Energy Services now recommends individual smaller HRSG/SCR for each engine.
  • The free turbine construction of the power turbine (PT) eliminates the need for reduction gears and helps reduce the capacity of the lubricating oil equipment while improving performance.
  • No clutch is needed during synchronous condensing operation (control of system voltage by monitoring).

FT4000® SWIFTPAC® Gas Turbine Package

Delivery Record

Year of launch 1993
Number of units delivered Over 400 Units

Delivery Results

California 2 units (2002)
Florida 10 units (2006)
Nevada 24 units (2008)

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