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Shunichi Kuba, Dr. Eng.
Turbine Design Department, Hitachi Works, Power Systems, Hitachi, Ltd.
Thermal Power Systems Div., Overseas Thermal Power Business Development Dept., Power Systems, Hitachi, Ltd.
Turbomachinery R&D Center, Energy and Environmental System Laboratory, Power Systems, Hitachi, Ltd.
Nuclear & Thermal Power Dept., International Operations Div., Marketing Group, Power Systems, Hitachi, Ltd.
The Hitachi H-25 is a heavy-duty 30-MW class gas turbine. The first unit started operation in 1989 at a domestic petrochemical plant and total orders for the turbine have reached to 120 units. The H-25 is used not only in Japan but all over the world in various fields such as at power, industrial, and oil and gas plants. The oil and gas market is growing strongly but has special characteristics and extremely severe requirements including special specifications and demand for high reliability. The high performance, reliability, and flexibility of the H-25 gas turbine have helped this field grow by meeting customer demands.
Turbine Design Department, Hitachi Works, Power Systems,
H-25, Gas Turbine, GT, Heavy-duty, Oil & Gas, Fuel flexibility, Off gas, Natural gas, Distillate Oil, TBC, LNC, NOx, Reliability, Performance, API, Sakhalin II, Damietta, Betala