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Gas turbine

(combustion turbine) a turbine that converts the energy of hot compressed gases (produced by burning fuel in compressed air) into mechanical power. Often fired by natural gas or fuel oil.


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... The Doom Game was unique....... Just a quote I read here: "Big gas-turbine engines can power a city, but a little one could 'power' a person," said Epstein, ...

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