Cummins Diesel Generator 500KW/625KVA C39

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Manufacturer:Chongqing Cummins Engine
Model:Original Cummins KTAA19-G6A, 4-cycle
Air Intake System:Turbo, Water / Air Cooling
Fuel System:Fuel Pump, EFC
Cylinder Arrangement:6 in line
Bore and Stroke:159X159(mm)
Compression Ratio:13:1
Max. Standby Power at Rated RPM:610KW/830HP 
Governor Type:Electronic
Exhaust System
Exhaust Gas Flow:2054L/s
Exhaust Temperature:584
Max Back Pressure:10kPa 
Air Intake System
Max Intake Restriction:6.23kPa 
Burning Capacity:750L/s
Fuel System
100%(Prime Power) Load Consumption:206 g/Kw.h
75%(Prime Power) Load Consumption:205 g/Kw.h
50%(Prime Power) Load Consumption:206 g/Kw.h
Oil System
Total Oil Capacity:50L 
Oil Pressure at Rated RPM:345-483kPa
Cooling System
Total Coolant Capacity:116.5L 
Max Water Temperature:104℃
Manufacturer:Original STAMFORD ,Marathon,MECC,Kaijieli
Frequency and Speed:50Hz/1500rpm
Connecting Type:3 Phase and 4 Wires, “Y” Type Connecting
Power Factor:0.8
Protection Grade:IP23
Exciter Type:Brushless, Self-Exciting, with AVR
Insulation Class, Temperature Rise:H/H
Voltage Regulation, Stead State:±1%
Volts Warp(Sudden Reduce):+25%
Volts Warp(Sudden Increase):-20%
Frequency Regulation, Stead State:5% 
Frequency Warp(Sudden Reduce):+12%
Frequency Warp(Sudden Increase):-10%
Frequency Recovery Time:5S
Open Type Size:3700(mm)X1570(mm)X2080(mm)
Open Type Weight:4820kg
Control System:Original Uk deep sea auto controller 
Standards: ISO9001, ISO14001, European CE

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Q:Jackup Rig Power Distribution?
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Q:Why not samoto diesel generator power
the contact between the exciter brush and commutator is bad or the brush holder pressure is not enough.
Q:How is all the electricity generated that's used in ships, ferries, etc?
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Well there's plenty to talk about the environmentwhen you think of how many plastic bottles are used each yearyou could take about recycling patterns, effectiveness of recycling bottles, how manufacturers have made more efficient bottles, etc. As far as health something I find intriguing is the topic of harmful chemicals that come into the water you drink from the bottling plastic. A lot of it is based on limited research though, so it might not be the best topic. A more practical health aspect to talk about would be the minerals or lack thereof in bottled v. tap water.
Q:Where as the worst nuclear power accident?
Date and Time: The Chernobyl nuclear accident occurred on Saturday, April 26, 1986, at 1:23:58 a.m. local time. Location: The V.I. Lenin Memorial Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station was located in Ukraine, near the town of Pripyat, which had been built to house power station employees and their families. The power station was in a wooded, marshy area near the Ukraine-Belarus border, approximately 18 kilometers northwest of the city of Chernobyl and 100 km north of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. The Accident: On April 26, 1986, the operating crew planned to test whether the Reactor No. 4 turbines could produce enough energy to keep the coolant pumps running until the emergency diesel generator was activated in case of an external power loss. During the test, power surged unexpectedly, causing an explosion and driving temperatures in the reactor to more than 2,000 degrees Celsius—melting the fuel rods, igniting the reactor’s graphite covering, and releasing a cloud of radiation into the atmosphere. Causes: The precise causes of the accident are still uncertain, but it is generally believed that the series of incidents that led to the explosion, fire and nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl was caused by a combination of reactor design flaws and operator error. Number of Deaths: By mid-2005, fewer than 60 deaths could be linked directly to Chernobyl—mostly workers who were exposed to massive radiation during the accident or children who developed thyroid cancer. Estimates of the eventual death toll from Chernobyl vary widely. A 2005 report by the Chernobyl Forum—eight U.N. organizations—estimated the accident eventually would cause about 4,000 deaths. Greenpeace places the figure at 93,000 deaths, based on information from the Belarus National Academy of Sciences.

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