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An aerial view of one of our offshore #GE Haliade #windturbines. It may seem small from this perspective, but the turbine’s blades extend as long as 73.5 meters from our 150-meter rotor. The combination allows just one of these turbines to generate 6MW of electricity from the heavy winds that whip across the water. Photo by @jeffreymilstein #renewableenergy

A cowl set stretches out like a pair of space-age wings at our facility in Peebles, OH. These cowls attach onto our GEnx #engine to help with the crucial cooling process. Photo by @seenewphoto #GE #avgeek #aviation

#FunFact: 75% of recent winners of the #Nobel Prize relied on a version of the DeltaVision microscope from #GE Healthcare during their research. Its design allows researchers to tag bacteria with fluorescent molecules, so they can see features that would otherwise be hidden. Can you guess what lies beneath the lens in these photos? Head to the link in our bio to find the answers. Photos by @gehealthcare

#DYK your ceramic coffee mug inspired the latest breakthrough in heat-resistant material? Our #GE team has been developing a special kind of ceramic that is as tough as steel. The material, called a ceramic matrix composite (CMC), holds strong against temperatures approaching 2,400 degrees Fahrenheit. The LEAP engine pictured here contains CMC parts. Head to the link in our bio for more. Photo by CFM International #avgeek #aviation

Efficiency is music to an engineer’s ears. Take our 9HA #gasturbine, pictured here. By designing and testing a new kind of heat-resistant ceramic that can channel hot air through high-pressure turbines, we’re close to achieving 65% efficiency in power plants that use our HA-class turbines. Learn more at the link in our bio. Photo by @ge__power

Happy #National3DPrintingDay! 3D-printed parts (like our low pressure turbine blades, for example) need to be extremely precise. That can be difficult to monitor if engineers are waiting days or weeks for the large turbine blades to fully print. At #GE, we’re using #AI and #machinelearning to turn 3D printers into their own inspectors, so the whole process will be faster and more flexible. Explore the possibilities at the link in our bio and head to our Instagram Story for more.
#3dprinting #additivemanufacturing

With a nacelle as large as a school bus, three 27-ton blades and a tower that rises 600 feet above the water, the #GE Haliade #windturbine is an engineering feat. Photographer @twheat captures these views from the Block Island Wind Farm, the first offshore wind farm in the U.S. Swipe through for more. #TBT #renewableenergy

A look inside our #jetengine testing facility in Peebles, Ohio, where the walls of each of our testing cells are at least 20 feet thick. Built from special high-density concrete, made by vibrating the wet concrete down to squeeze out air and get rid of any weak spots, these testing cells are strong enough to simulate extreme conditions for our jet engines. Photos by @seenewphoto
#GE #aviation #avgeek

GE #TuesdayTrivia: By its completion in 2019, how many GE #windturbines will create Europe’s largest operating wind farm?
Answer: 179.
This new wind farm will house 179 of our turbines, each twice the height of the Statue of Liberty. Located in the Markbygden forest of northern Sweden, the wind farm will generate 650MW of electricity. Head to the link in our bio for more. Photo by Svevind

A view of our world record-breaking 9HA.01 #gasturbine. In 2016, it won the Guinness #worldrecord in France for its 62.22% net efficiency. A year later, the turbine is now closer to 64% net efficiency, which means more #power, fewer carbon emissions and greater fuel savings.

Photo by @ge__power
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At GE, we don’t shy away from a big challenge. Blue Energy Europe needs to move a nearly 3,500-ton biomass boiler 1,250 miles to Hürth, Germany. We’re treating the challenge as a larger-than-life puzzle. To get the job done, we’ll disassemble the boiler’s roughly 2,500 pieces, ship them in batches and fit everything back together on-site. Head to the link in our bio for more information.
#logistics #solutions
Photo by @ge__power

Our version of Route 66. A look at the journey of 66 #GE Haliade 150-6MW #windturbines as they make their way to Merkur offshore wind farm. First stop: the loading dock in Saint-Nazaire, France, pictured here. Once loaded, our Haliade turbines will head to Emshaven, Netherlands before reaching their final destination in the North Sea. When this 400MW offshore wind farm comes online, it will be able to power nearly half a million homes in Germany.

#renewableenergy #power #energy #sustainability

Photo by @ge_renewableenergy

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