FT4000® SWIFTPAC®

Aero-Derivative Gas Turbine
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  • Gas-turbine single-body efficiency

    >41% simple-cycle efficiency

  • Most powerful aero-derivative package available in its class (SWIFTPAC® 140)

    140 MW

  • Fastest load change rate in its class

    50% per minute

  • Significant commonality with aero engine

    High reliability

FT4000® SWIFTPAC® Gas Turbine Package 

The FT4000® SWIFTPAC® unit is the world's largest-capacity aero-derivative gas turbine power supply package. The unit performs with a simple-cycle efficiency of 41% or higher and rated outputs of 70 to 140 MW. The package has an optimal modular design, based on proven features of the FT8® packages, that decreases site installation work.

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    FT4000® SWIFTPAC®

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    FT4000® SWIFTPAC®

Features

  • Enables a start-up time of less than 5 minutes from cold start with outstanding system stability and a load change rate of 50% per minute
  • High-performance, diversified operability based on the properties of independent-output turbines (free turbines)
  • Reduced O&M cost and cost of ownership
  • High-performance, diversified operability based on the properties of independent-output turbines (free turbines).
  • Quick engine change out affords high unit availability

Specifications

Output SWIFTPAC®70 60 Hz/50 Hz:70 MW
SWIFTPAC®140 60 Hz/50 Hz:140 MW
Fuel Dual Fuel (Gas/Oil)
Starting Time <5 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® 70)

50 Hz 60 Hz
Compressor Axial, multi-stage
Combustor Annular
Turbine Axial, multi-stage
Rotor Build-up
Output (PT) Free
Speed rpm 3,000 3,600
Gas Turbine Dimension 9m×4m×4m
Weight 43t

Performance (SWIFTPAC®70)

50 Hz 60 Hz
ISO Base Rating kW 70,154 71,928
Efficiency % 40.4 41.5
LHV Heat Rate kJ/kWh 8,908 8,686
Btu/kWh 8,443 8,232
Exhaust Flow kg/s 183 183
Exhaust Temp. 431 422
F 808 791
Ramp Rate MW/min 30 30
Starting Time Min <5 (cold start to full power) <5 (cold start to full power)

Configuration (SWIFTPAC®140)

50 Hz 60 Hz
Compressor Axial, multi-stage
Combustor Annular
Turbine Axial, multi-stage
Rotor Build-up
Output (PT) Free
Speed rpm 3,000 3,600
Gas Turbine Dimension 9m×4m×4m
Weight 43t

Performance (SWIFTPAC®140)

50 Hz 60 Hz
ISO Base Rating kW 140,500 144,243
Efficiency % 40.5 41.6
LHV Heat Rate kJ/kWh 8,896 8,661
Btu/kWh 8,431 8,209
Exhaust Flow kg/s 367 367
Exhaust Temp. 431 422
F 808 791
Ramp Rate MW/min 60 60
Starting Time Min <5 (cold start to full power) <5 (cold start to full power)

Arrangements (SWIFTPAC®140)

Output 140 MW (Water Injection, Inlet Air Cooling)
Fuel Dual Fuel (Gas/Oil)
Starting Time <5 minutes (cold to full load)
Cooling Method Air Cooling
Foundation Flat (non-pit)
Power Cable Connection Quick-disconnect Cable
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Solution

・A system (FT4000®SWIFTPAC® 140) with two gas turbines in twin configuration driving one generator helps reduce the construction unit cost and installation area per output.

・Individual smaller HRSG/SCR recommended 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 systme voltage by monitoring).

FT4000® SWIFTPAC® Gas Turbine Package

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BATTPACTM Hybrid solution

Aero-derivative Gas Turbine (GT) + Energy Storage System (ESS) + Energy Management System (EMS)

Expanded introduction of renewable energy and enhanced CO2 reduction features for rapid entry into the new electric power market!

BATTPACTM Features

  • 1. Support for wide-ranging functions, from system stabilization analysis to component selection and capacity/system determination.
  • 2. Centralized, single-party responsibility through the collective arrangement of major components from our company (GT, ESS, EMS, etc.).
  • 3. An optimal system reflecting actual experience in operating “renewable energy + ESS” units.
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System Only GT Only ESS GT + ESS
1. CAPEX Base Expensive A little expensive
2. OPEX Base Inexpensive Inexpensive
3. Standby fuel Yes (during constant parallel-in) No No
4. CO2 credit No Yes Yes
5. Instantaneous power generation Possible (during constant parallel-in) Possible Possible
6. Response speed Base Rapid Rapid
7. Correspondence to surplus electricity of renewable energy Not possible Possible (charging) Possible (charging)
8. D/G for blackout emergency Necessary Not necessary Not necessary
9. Synchronized condensing operation Possible Not possible Possible
10. Long-term continuous operation Possible Not possible Possible