Steam locomotive - Wikipedia

A steam locomotive is a rail vehicle that provides the force to move itself and other vehicles by means of the expansion of steam.: 80 It is fuelled by burning combustible material (usually coal, oil or – now rare – wood) to heat water in the locomotive's boiler to the point when it becomes gaseous and its volume increases 1700 times. Functionally, it is a steam engine on wheels.

Learn More

Distributed Control System (DCS) | Yokogawa Electric

Thai SPP uses CENTUM CS 3000 to improve efficiency of Biomass Power Plant; The use of a 149 MW coal-fired CFB boiler in this power plant is a first for an IPP in Japan, and this effectively reduces NOx emissions. With a 10 million ton per year capacity, the refinery is one of China's largest, and is truly world class, using a highly

Learn More

Mitsubishi Power, Ltd. | H-100 Series

They achieve high efficiency as part of combined cycle plants with heat recovery boilers, co-generation systems or other combined cycle power plants. The H-100 Series features simple cycle gas turbine output of 105 MW to 116 MW and an output range of 150 MW to 350 MW in combined cycle.

Learn More