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The usual objective of a gas turbine fuel controller is to vary the fuel flow as needed to maintain the desired power turbine speed regardless of load or fuel quality variations. In some applications, that speed set point is held constant, but it is more commonly varied to achieve a cascade control objective. CCC gas turbine control application integrates seamlessly with performance and antisurge control applications to provide integrated control and protection of your entire train. The set point for the fuel control application would then be controlled by the performance control application.
CCC gas turbine controller has several features to ensure the safety of your machine. The controller has specific limits to protect it from damage and reduce maintenance. Here are the common protection control features:
Increasing the efficiency of your gas turbine fuel control allows you to achieve a wider operating envelope. Running closer to the limits, safely, results in more horse power out of the engine. CCC’s gas turbine fuel controller optimizes control with the following features: