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ASME PTC 22 - PERFORMANCE TEST CODE ON GAS TURBINES Organization: ASME
Date: 2014-12-31
Description: Improvements to achieve additional performance may include application of 1 advanced gas path components, modification of combustion system, control scheme changes, increased mass flow, and changes to the inlet and exhaust systems of the gas turbine. The Code does not apply to the following: (a) gas turbines where useful output is other than power to drive a generator or other load device.
MODUK - DEF STAN 91-100 - LUBRICATING OIL, GAS TURBINE ENGINE, SYNTHETIC GRADE 5CST NATO CODE: O-160 JOINT SERVICE DESIGNATION: OX-26 - ISSUE 3: 08/2001; REPRINTED 9 JANUARY 2006 TO INCORPORATE AMENDMENT 1 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2001-08-31
Description: Lubricating oil provided to this specification shall possess satisfactory performance and properties when used in appropriate vehicles and/or gas turbines and ancillary equipment operated by the Crown.
MODUK - DEF STAN 91-98 - LUBRICATING OIL, GAS TURBINE ENGINE, SYNTHETIC GRADE 7.5 CST NATO CODE: 0-149 JOINT SERVICE DESIGNATION: OX-38 - ISSUE 2 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2001-12-07
Description: Lubricating oil provided to this specification shall possess satisfactory performance and properties when used in appropriate vehicles and/or gas turbines and ancillary equipment operated by the Crown This Defence Standard specifies the requirements for one grade of synthetic lubricating oil intended primarily for use in aircraft gas turbine engines and relevant ancillary equipment.
NAVY - NAVRESFOR 13750.1 - (CODE 35) MAINTENANCE AND DISCREPANCY REPORTING OF GAS TURBINE ENGINE TEST SYSTEMS NAVRESFOR Organization: NAVY
Date: 1979-08-21
MODUK - DEF STAN 91-101 - LUBRICATING OIL, GAS TURBINE ENGINE, SYNTHETIC GRADE 5 CST NATO CODE: O-156 JOINT SERVICE DESIGNATION: OX-27 AND OX-28 - ISSUE 3; 08.01; REPRINTED TO INCORPORATE AMENDMENT 1 DATED 30 AUGUST 2002; SUPERSEDES DERD ISSUE 1 DATED NOVEMBER 1982 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2001-08-31
Description: Lubricating oil provided to this specification shall possess satisfactory performance and properties when used in appropriate vehicles and/or gas turbines and ancillary equipment operated by the Crown.
ISO 21789 - GAS TURBINE APPLICATIONS — SAFETY - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-02-01
Description: Achieving safety is promoted by using additional safety codes and standards, which are shared by gas turbines with other technologies.
ASME PTC 55 - GAS TURBINE AIRCRAFT ENGINES Organization: ASME
Date: 2013-11-08
Description: This Code covers the performance testing of gas turbine aircraft engines at steady-state conditions.
ASME PTC 51 - GAS TURBINE INLET AIR-CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT Organization: ASME
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: This Code contains rules and procedures for conducting and reporting tests of gas turbine inlet air-conditioning systems, including requirements for pretest arrangements, testing techniques, instrumentation, methods of measurement, and methods for calculating test results and uncertainty.
ASME PTC 4.4 - GAS TURBINE HEAT RECOVERY STEAM GENERATORS Organization: ASME
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: (a) This Code addresses steam generators whose primary function is to recover heat from gas turbine exhaust.
ISO 19859 - GAS TURBINE APPLICATIONS - REQUIREMENTS FOR POWER GENERATION - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-06-15
Description: This International Standard specifies the minimum technical and documentation requirements for the evaluation and procurement of gas turbine systems for electrical power generation.
ASME B133.16 - PROCUREMENT STANDARD FOR GAS TURBINE MARINE APPLICATIONS Organization: ASME
Date: 2000-10-31
Description: (a) This procurement standard provides guidance and criteria for gas turbine systems used in marine applications.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-85704 - CLEANING COMPOUND, TURBINE ENGINE GAS PATH Organization: NPFC
Date: 1998-07-15
Description: Types III and III RTU are intended for on-line cleaning of the compressor section of a gas turbine engine in accordance with specific engine maintenance instructions.
NPFC - QPL-85704 - CLEANING COMPOUND, TURBINE ENGINE GAS PATH Organization: NPFC
Date: 2016-09-09
Description: QUALIFIED PRODUCT LIST OF PRODUCTS QUALIFIED UNDER PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION MIL-PRF-85704 Cleaning Compound, Turbine Engine Gas Path This QPL has been prepared for use by or for the Government in the acquisition of products covered by the subject specification and inclusion of a product is not intended to and does not connote endorsement of the product by the Department of Defense.
NAVY - QPL-85704-QPD - CLEANING COMPOUND, TURBINE ENGINE GAS PATH - QPDS NOT AVAILABLE AS A PDF, REFER TO THE CORRESPONDING QPL WITH CORRESPONDING DATE. Organization: NAVY
Date: 2016-09-09
Description: QUALIFIED PRODUCT LIST OF PRODUCTS QUALIFIED UNDER PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION MIL-PRF-85704 CLEANING COMPOUND, TURBINE ENGINE GAS PATH This QPL has been prepared for use by or for the Government in the acquisition of products covered by the subject specification and inclusion of a product is not intended to and does not connote endorsement of the product by the Department of Defense.
SAE AIR4548 - REAL-TIME MODELING METHODS FOR GAS TURBINE ENGINE PERFORMANCE Organization: SAE
Date: 2001-07-01
Description: This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) provides a review of real-time modeling methodologies for gas turbine engine performance. The application of real-time models and modeling methodologies are discussed.
CSA B149.1 - NATURAL GAS AND PROPANE INSTALLATION CODE - FIFTEENTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-08-01
Description: This Code applies to the installation of (a) appliances, equipment, components, and accessories where gas is to be used for fuel purposes; (b) piping and tubing systems extending from the termination of the utility installation or from the distributor's propane tank; (c) vehicle-refuelling appliances and associated equipment meeting the requirements of a general-purpose appliance to fill a natural-gas-fuelled vehicle; and (d) stationary gas engines and turbines. This Code does not apply to (a) marine or pipeline terminals; (b) gas where used as a feedstock in petroleum refineries or chemical plants; (c) utility pipeline distribution and transmission pipelines; (d) storage and handling of liquefied natural gas or underground reservoirs for natural gas; (e) the installation of NGV fuel systems, containers, and refuelling stations; (f) the storage and utilization of compressed natural gas on boats; (g) the installation of vehicle-refuelling appliances when NGV storage containers are installed as part of the system; (h) refrigerated storage or underground reservoirs for propane; (i) propane used on boats; (j) propane used as a propellant in aerosol containers; (k) butane fuel cylinders of 150 g capacity or less; and (l) the installation of containers and equipment to be used for propane in distribution locations and filling plants and on tank trucks, tank trailers, and cargo liners.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-23699 - LUBRICATING OIL, AIRCRAFT TURBINE ENGINE, SYNTHETIC BASE, NATO CODE NUMBERS: O-152, O-154, O-156, AND O-167 Organization: NPFC
Date: 2014-03-13
Description: These lubricating oils are intended for use in gas turbine engines and gear boxes for air, sea, and ground mobility equipment.
ASME B133.8 TRAINING - ASME ASSESSMENT-BASED COURSE: ESSENTIALS - ASME B133.8 GAS TURBINE INSTALLATION SOUND EMISSIONS - SINGLE-USER LICENSE (COURSE NUMBER: ZABC44) - PDHS: 2.00 Organization: ASME
Description: Course Outline Module 1: Introduction and Scope Module 2: Sound Emissions Specification  Module 3: Field Sound Measurement Guidelines – Part 1 Module 4: Field Sound Measurement Guidelines – Part 2 Module 5: Field Sound Measurement Guidelines – Part 3 Who should attend This course is designed for those individuals in industries including industrial, marine power generation, electrical power generation, pipelines, and utilities responsible for preparation of gas turbine procurement acoustical specifications and/or to those responsible for responding to those specifications, determining compliance, and reporting field data, both at the mid-level managerial level and below.
SAE AIR1289 - EVALUATION OF HELICOPTER TURBINE ENGINE LINEAR VIBRATION ENVIRONMENT Organization: SAE
Date: 1992-03-31
Description: This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) outlines a recommended procedure for evaluation of the vibration environment to which the gas turbine engine powerplant is subjected in the helicopter installation.
BRE FB17 - MICRO-WIND TURBINES IN URBAN ENVIRONMENTS AN ASSESSMENT Organization: BRE
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: This study includes: estimates of the environmental impacts, including embodied energy and consequential greenhouse gas emissions (as equivalent carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions), related to the construction, installation, maintenance and disposal of some typical micro-wind turbine systems the development of a method for estimating the wind resource in urban environments, which has been used to estimate the wind resource at locations in and around three towns (Manchester, Wick and Portsmouth) a wind tunnel study, reported separately, to investigate the effect of the house on which the turbine is mounted, and any surrounding buildings, on the wind speed at the turbine estimates of the expected annual electricity generation for some typical installations of these turbines, taking account of the power curves for the turbines, the wind resource, and building/mounting effects.

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