MPSA tests emissions control system at gas-fired power plant

Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas Inc completed performance and testing requirements selective catalytic reduction SCR system MArsh Landing Generating Station gas-fired turbines California simple cycle

Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas Inc. completed performance and testing requirements on a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system on four large frame F class simple cycle gas turbines at the 720 MW Marsh Landing Generating Station in California. The system successfully maintained emission limits through all operating ranges and during rapid load changes, according to a company release.

The scope of testing included process, design, structural, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and controls engineering and computational fluid dynamics and physical flow modeling for the equipment.

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