Woodward Offers Brochures On Turbine Modernization And Cogeneration Process

The Woodward Governor Company of Fort Collins, Colo., has recently published two new brochures, one on cogeneration entitled, "Control System Design Guide," and another on the advantages of modernizing turbine-control equipment called, "Retrofit/Modernize Your Steam And Gas Turbines." The "Control System Design Guide" brochure gives a brief history of cogeneration and outlines the many roles reciprocating engines play in the cogeneration process.

Examples of electrical/mechanical energy control and thermal energy control are studied. The booklet was designed to help planners and designers of cogeneration systems identify the controls that are available for reciprocating engine applications.

The "Retrofit/Modernize Your Steam And Gas Turbines" brochure points out the advantages of replacing older inefficient control systems with modern electronic control systems.

Benefits such as: increased performance; increased reliability; increased flexibility; lowered operational costs obtained through reduced downtime; reduced maintenance; and calibration requirements.

Several case studies of modernization projects recently conducted are contained in the brochure.

Woodward offers a no-obligation consultation for customers interested in updating existing systems or installing new cogeneration systems and requiring assistance in selection of the correct control for the best system operation.

Woodward Governor Company is said to be the world's largest and oldest designer and builder of governors and associated auxiliary devices.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 59,  May 1986

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