IN BRIEF #2-2019

In brief

Effective power generation on the base of Siemens gas engine power plants.

The Siemens gas engine range has been designed and tailored to help meet the customers’ challenges in a dynamic market environment. Gas engine models range from 190 to 2,065 kW, fulfilling the requirements of wide spectrum of applications in terms of efficiency, reliability, flexibility, and environmental compatibility. The products offer low lifecycle costs and an excellent return of investment. Siemens best-in-class, high-efficiency, low-emission gas engines and gensets are designed for various applications such as power generation, cogeneration, and waste to energy. These engines are suitable for a broad range of commercial, industrial and municipal uses with long service intervals, easy maintenance and low fuel consumption. Siemens is one of the few engine manufacturers that can offer clients a fully packaged, containerized CHP system.


GTU-2.5 gas turbine plants from Perm: more than quarter of a century operation in Yugra.

In March, 1993 Aviadvigatel JSC (now UEC-Aviadvigatel), Gazprom RJSC and Tyumentransgas State enterprise (now Gasprom transgas Yugorsk, Ltd.) signed the contract for creation and experimental development of GTU-2.5 gas turbine plant for PAES-2500 mobile gas turbine plant. Electric output of the plant is 2.5 MW. The article presents the interview with Gazprom transgas Yugorsk, Ltd. chief power engineer, Mr. Marat Kiyashko. Within a year the specialists of Aviadvigatel developed, manufactured and tested the plant for fuel and energy complex enterprises. The plant was accepted to operation. Modernized power plant on the base of GTU-2.5P gas turbine was named PAES-2500M.


Specific aspects of low-pressure associated petroleum gas treatment and compression process.

The quality of associated petroleum gas treatment and compression for its further utilization defines specific requirements to reliability and effectiveness of technological equipment which is used in this segment of oil & gas industry. The specialists of Energas Group of companies on the base of comprehensive view of specifics of work with associated petroleum gas can offer series of solutions in the sphere of the base of their long-term professional experience. There are some factors which have great impact on design of the equipment and on the solutions in a part of applied technologies.


Liebherr diesel and gas engines: business is expanding.

The Liebherr Group in Switzerland, now a 9.845 billion euro family-owned manufacturer and service provider, is spread across 11 product divisions covering construction, mining and concrete equipment, three different crane groups, aerospace and transportation systems, plus hotels and domestic appliances. The company also includes an expanding and increasingly active components division, Liebherr-Component Technologies AG, founded in 2007. The division manufactures diesel and gas engines, fuel injection systems, engine control units, axial piston pumps and motors, hydraulic cylinders, slewing bearings, gearboxes, electric drive and control technology, drive systems and electronic components.


Anatoly V. Glovatsky – about life, profession, country and Ruselprom Concern.

Glovatsky Anatoly Vasilyevich was born in the settlement the Curve Lake of the Nikolaev region (Ukraine). He graduated from the Odessa polytechnic institute and arrived on Novokakhovsky electric machine building plant. Here he passed a way from the production engineer to the plant manager. Since 1991 Anatoly Vasilyevich heads Russian Electrotechnical Concern Ltd. Now he is the first deputy of general director of Ruselprom Concern. At all stages of the activity Glovatsky A.V. proved to be the highly qualified specialist, showed bright talent of the organizer and production manager. Not without reason, A.V. Glovatsky's Authority is indisputable.


Price formation on the market of gas engine power plants.

Demand for gas engine power plants in Russia is growing very rapidly. Simultaneously offers for this equipment are growing rapidly too. So, the customers get wider choice of the equipment. From the other point of view the choice becomes more complicated with reference to great number of offers. Price formation on the market of gas engine power plants is absolutely unobvious. The prices for the plants developed on the base of the same engine can vary by 1.5–2 times. On the competitive market it is very difficult to image that the main reason for it is wants of manufacturers. Of course, there are technical differences. The article presents the interview with Dmitry Kolesov, manager of TEX Group of Companies in which he tries to explain principal difference between the cheapest and the most expensive gas engine power plant. The main points here are operational safety, maintainability and level of automation of the equipment. More expensive power plants have longer overhaul period and lower operational costs.


New Generation HiMSEN H21C Engine.

This paper introduces new generation HiMSEN H21C engine and various researches conducted for optimal design and performance. Since the first announcement of HiMSEN H21/32 in 2001, Hyundai Heavy Industries has been continuously developing not only diesel engines but also gas and dual fuel engines as part of HiMSEN family. All HiMSEN family has been developed with original concept of a PRACTICAL engine by Hi-Touch and Hi-Tech and it leaded to successful setting in the medium speed engine market for the past decade. Depending on customer needs and market change, HiMSEN engine is pursuing a new design philosophy CLEAN on the existing concept.


Faist Anlagenbau GmbH conference: air intake filters for gas turbines.

At the beginning of March in Moscow Faist Anlagenbau GmbH held the conference devoted to air intake filters for gas turbines. The main topics of discussion were: Faist gas turbine Air intake filters, introducing FVXX filters, filtration reliability, measuring with new water test specifications developed by GT OEMs and up-coming ISO standards, Faist 2-stage filter systems suitable for standard grade and EPA grade efficiency and collaboration with Siemens and brief GT filter market analysis. Faist showcased their main filters.


International summit of smart power generation 2019.

III World Smart Energy Summit Russia will be devoted to implementation of new power energy management models based on the internet of things, big data management and artificial intelligence and future energy efficient cities, buildings and housing services and utilities. World Smart Energy Summit Russia acts as a discussion venue for the third year that introduces new view on the power energy development and energy resources management. Thanks to attraction to the discussion of the leading world experts and presentation of the real cases, summit participants get a unique opportunity to select solutions that make it possible to optimize expenses, increase safety level and improve economic indicators of their projects, and also to have a fresh look at the development of power energy industry in Russia and all over the world.

In 2019, World Smart Energy Summit became one of the biggest industry events by gathering 500 experts from 25 countries. Speakers from various countries shared their experience of smart technology use for industrial productions, cities and residential buildings. The summit program was divided to six threads.