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Development of 900 MW coal-fired generating units

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1 Author(s)
Burbridge, R.N. ; Div. of Generation Dev. & Construction, CEGB, Barnwood, UK

The CEGB now has 64 large generating units of 500 MW or 660 MW which are fossil-fuelled. These units form the backbone of the British power system but they are now of relatively aged designs. Following a review, it was decided to increase unit size of new generators to 900 MW. The author discusses the CEGB study and then describes in detail the plant specifications proposed as a result of the study. Station engineering, costs and future developments are also discussed

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Power Engineering Journal  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 3 )