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Index 1. Gas Turbine Principle & General Introduction 2.


Gas Turbine Structure 3. Gas Turbine Accessory Systems
4. Gas Turbine Control System 5. Gas Turbine Shipment Weight &
Dimension 6. Gas Turbine Erection Procedure 7.
Gas Turbine Commissioning Procedure 8. Gas Turbine Performance
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PhysicsPrinciple of Conservation of Mass: mass in = mass out (Open System)


Principle of Conservation of Energy: energy in = energy out energy may be
transformed from one form to another (Power Plant converts Chemical to Thermal
to Mechanical to Electrical Energy)
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First Law of ThermodynamicsGeneral Energy Equation energy in = energy out, or


Q = W DHExample: 9FB Energy Balance
: DH = total enthalpy change fluid entering system Q = net thermal energy
flowing into system duhttp://www.51wendang.com/doc/b6158d4f6164e2d1e91b29a6ring
process W = net work done by the system
= 727 MWW= 281 MW
-1 = 446 MW
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Second Law of ThermodynamicsBasic Principle: Heat moves from hot to cold

CarnotCycleEntropy:- Amount of energy which is unavailable to do work - A


measure of disorder
TC x 100 TH
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Ideal Brayton CycleGas Turbine Application


: s denotes entropy
T2 P1 T1

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Real Brayton CycleCompression and Turbine Expansion InefficienciesTypical Values


for GE Turbines Compressor Efficiency 0.86-0.89 Turbine Efficiency 0.90-0.93

compressor compressor
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Real Brayton CyclePressure Losses - Inlet, Combustor, ExhaustInlet Combustor


Exhaust
Values for Turbine Inlet Pressure Loss 3 H2O Exhaust Back Pressure (SC) 5.5
H2O Exhaust Back Pressure (CC) 15 H2O DLN Combustor 6-7% DP/Pre omp r sso D
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Real Brayton CycleParasitic Flows for Turbine CoolingLEGENDIdeal


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Brayton Cycle Gas TurbineQADDED


1 2 SuckCOMPRESSOR

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Exchanger
Temperature

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TURBINE transforms TURBINE thermal energy into mechanical energy (3 4) used


for driving the Compressor & Generator
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World wide heavy-duty Gas Turbine manufacturers


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Evolution of GE Gas TurbinesOutput 200MW 9 7 5-6 3-63000 RPM



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RPM5100-5230 RPM 6900-7100 RPMFiring


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Evolution of MHI Gas Turbines


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Line-Up of MHI Gas Turbine


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The Efficiency and Power Output of MHI Gas Turbine


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MHI 701F / 701G Gas Turbine features


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Siemens Gas Turbines


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Siemens SGT5-4000F (V94.3A)


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Alstom GT26 Gas Turbine Features


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Alstom Gas Turbine Combined Cycle (50 Hz&60 Hz)


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F E 1:F (ISO
) (MW) (%) (kg/s) (kg/s)
(TRIT)() () NOx (
)(ppm) (~t) 15.4 18 1327 3 609 25 240
22.6×5.0×5.4 GE PG9351FA 255.6 37 632.7 SIEMENS V94.3A 267 38.7 645
659 16.9 15 1310 4 576 25 330 12.5×6.1×7.5 17.0 17 1400* 4 586 25 340
17.3×5.8×5.8 MHI M701F 270 38.2 651

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2: F (ISO ) CC
(MW) GT PGT (MW) ST PST (MW) PGT/PST (%)
S109FA 390.8 254.1 141.8 1.792 56.7 1 1 GE S209FA 786.9
508.2 289.2 1.757 57.1 2 1 57.4 1 1 SIEMENS 1S.V94.3A 392
2S.V94.3A 784 513.0 281.5 1.822 57.3 2 1 MPCP1 (M701F) 397.7 266.1
131.6 2.022 57.0 1 1 MHI MPCP2 (M701F) 799.6 532.2 267.4 1.990
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3:E (ISO ) (MW)


(%) (kg/s) (kg/s) (TRIT)

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() () NOx ( )(ppm) (~t)
(m) 12.3 17 1124 3 538 25 190 20×4.6×4.8 GE PG9171E 123.4 33.79
403.7 SIEMENS V94.2/V94.2A 157/192 34.4/35.8 510/522 519/532 11.1/14.0 17
1105/1290 4 540/572 25/25 295/320 14×12.5×8.4 12.01×6.0×7.4
1 14.0 19 1250* 4 542 25 200 12.5×5.2×5.28 Page 23 MHI M701D 144 34.8
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S109E GE S209E

.V94.2 SIEMENS 2.V94.2 1.V94.2 A 293.5 2.V94.2 A 588 367.0 230.0 1.596 55.1 1 1
55.0 2 1 MPCP1 (M701D) 212.5 142.1 70.4 2.018 51.4 1 1
MHI MPCP2 (M701D) 426.6 284.2 142.4 1.996 51.6 2 1
(MW) GT PGT (MW) ST PST (MW) PGT/PST (%)

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GE Gas Turbines

FA at Horizontal AssemblyPage 25

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Major Gas Turbine ComponentsKEY: = Static = RotatingGas Exhaust


Air Inlet Fuel
End

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GE Gas Turbines Family: Evolutions and Performances


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Evolution of Class F Gas Turbines1986 87 88 89 1990 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99


2000 2001 2002 2003

9F1260 Tfire

9FA1288 Tfire

RPM 50Hz Machines

9FA e1327 Tfire

9FB1396 Tfire
= 1.2 1986 7F1260 Tfire

RPM 60Hz Machines

7FA1288 Tfire

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7FA e1327 Thttp://www.51wendang.com/doc/b6158d4f6164e2d1e91b29a6fire

7FB1370 Tfire
(Scaling Factor ) Firing Temperature, (Technology, Materials)
= 0.69 1994 6FA1288 Tfire

6FA e1327 Tfire 5230 RPM Geared Machines for 50 or 60Hz


Launch Cycles
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CompressorMulti-stages, Axial compressor Through Bolted Disc Assy Cast


Compressor Casings IGV for flow control (1 stage IGV for E/F class) Air
discharged to Combustors
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Combustion SystemCan Annular Reverse Flow Chambers Dual Fuel Capability (Gas -
Liquid) "Dry Low NOx" , Standard , or Low BTU Combustion Systems,
Water /Steam injection for emission abatement
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Turbine ( Air cooled GT )Air cooled Blades and Nozzles

3 Stage TurbineTip shrouded Blades


Assembly = Bolted Discs & Spacers
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Siemens SGT65000F
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Firing TemperatureGE Defined at N1 Trailing Edge


/Wheelspace Cooling Air (Chargeable) Firing Plane N 1 B 1 N 2 B 2

3
3
Exit Flow
& N1 Cooling Air (Non-Chargeable)
/Wheelspace Cooling Air (Chargeable)
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Combined Cycle T-S DiagramCombined Brayton and Rankin CycleTHeat Source

TURBINE TOPPING CYCLEHRSG

CYCLECONDENSER Heat Sink

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Gas Turbine Cycle ConfigurationsSimple Cycle GT-Gen Single-Shaft Combined


CycleMulti-Shaft Combined Cycle GT-ST-Gen Multi-GT-Gen & ST-Gen

Cycle Installation Smhttp://www.51wendang.com/doc/b6158d4f6164e2d1e91b29a6all


Footprint Peak Power Applications Fast Start Capabilities

Unit Control System Single Generator & Electricals Lower Initial Cost vs.
Separate STG Smaller Footprint than multi-shaft

Centerline Height / Building Shorter Construction Time Higher Base Load


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Power Train Center Line Equipment VariationsHot End Drive (prior to 1990s)
Applied to Frames 51P, 6B,7EA,9E
End DriveApplied to Frames 6FA, 7FA/FB, 9FA/FB,7H,9H

Gen

on the hot (Turbine) side of GT Used prior to 1990s Shaft driven accessories
Complex packaging

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Examples of Combine Cycle Plant Arrangements


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Energy Utilization/Loss in Combined Cycle Power Plant


POWER (35.8%)
LOSSES (0.5%)
LOSSES (1%)
(100%) to Gas Turbine
HEAT (62.4%) to HRSG
(54.8%)

(20.9%)
LOSSES (1.8%)
LOSSES (7.1%)
(32.9%)
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9FA Gas Turbine Power Plant General Layout


& Controls HRSG Gas Fuel & Water Treatment Yard Power Island
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9FA Gas Turbine Power Plant General LayoutWaste Water Cooling Tower Feedwater
Pump http://www.51wendang.com/doc/b6158d4f6164e2d1e91b29a6Building HRSG
Treatment
/ST/Gen Building Condensate Storage TankElectric & Control Building Main
Transformer
Pretreatment Chemical Area Exhaust Stack Liquid Fuel Yard
MeteringAux Boiler Fuel Heater
. Building
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9E Gas Turbine General Layout


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GE Gas Turbine ControlsMark* VIe Control System - Hardware

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MK VIe Architecture
Data Highway (TCP/IP, OPC, GSM, Modbus, PI Server, DNP 3.0)
& Maintenance Stations (HMI)

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1® Condition Monitoring Unit Data Highway (EGD, NTP)

OSI PI
Controller(s)
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Evolution of Control System

H Combined Cycle
Backplane, Ethernet, WIndows

FA Gas Turbine Mark V Mark VI


VI e
Steam Governors, Hydro, Wind Turbine Control 1991
Design
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MK VIe Enhancement
Switches & I/O Net Simplex Simplex

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/O Packs1 Pack

Dual (Process Runs if Controller Fails) Triple (Process Runs if Controller


has Partial or Complete Failure) Distributed / Remote I/O Less Installation
& Maintenance Cost More Flexible ApplicationOn-line Repair
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Redundant Systems Improved MTTR / Availability

Triple

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MK VIe TMR FeaturesTMR configurationController redundancy I/O pack redundancy


Terminal board redundancy local transimit
/transducers 2-oo-3 voting for digital inputs Analog inputs voting
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MK VIe HardwareTCP Outline


Wiring Vertical Channels Top & Bottom Cabinet Access Barrier Blocks
Pluggable (2) 3.0mm2 (#12AWG) wires/pt

Supplies
Switches
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MK VIe HardwareTCP Controller Rack
Processor Board Compact PCI QNX Operating System Unit Data Highway,
Ethernet IONet 100MB Ethernet Optional Second Processor Power Supply

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Cache Ram Flash Communication Power

MHz 1.66GHz 256k bytes 1M byte 128M bytes 256M bytes 128M bytes 128M bytes Dual
10/100 Full Duplex Ethernet 18 to 32Vdc
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MK VIe HardwareTCP I/O Packs

I/O Packs Plug into Mk VITermination Boards Barrier & Box Type TBs

Cache Ram Flash Communication Power

Bit RISC CPU 266MHz 32k bytes 32M bytes 16M bytes Dual 10/100 Full Duplex
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MK VIe SoftwareToolboxSTconfiguration software


is the software tool for I/O definition, EGD configuration, and control strategy
programming.EGD ConfigurationControl Logic Sheet
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MK VIe SoftwareCimplicityHMI Display Editor
is the tool used for HMI (human-man interface) display and editor
Mhttp://www.51wendang.com/doc/b6158d4f6164e2d1e91b29a6enu Live Data
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9FA Gas Turbine Weight & Dimension9FA Component Weights and DimensionsItem
Lengt h (m)9.4 10.5 10.9
(m)3.5 4.7 5.3
(m)4.2 5.0 4.2
(kg)36,290 288,000 275,108
module Turbine Generator
. Heaviest piece to be handled during erection: kg: b. Heaviest piece to be
handled during maintenance: kg c. Shipping weight of heaviest piece: kg

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9E Gas Turbine Weight & Dimension9E Component Weights and Dimensions

(m)
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handled dhttp://www.51wendang.com/doc/b6158d4f6164e2d1e91b29a6uring maintenance:
kg c. Shipping weight of heaviest piece: kg

,000 49,611 GT rotor 208,000 Turbine


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Gas Turbine Erection Procedure MS 9001FA



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Gas Turbine Erection Procedure12 6.6kV VAC (BOP)

, GE .

(6.6kV~4125 VAC):

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Gas Turbine Performance Test Procedure1. 2. The Purpose: to measure the


performance of the gas turbinegenerator units in accordance with the purchase
contract. The evaluation procedure: To utilize correction factors to translate
the measured performance at the test conditions to the rated conditions The
performance test international standard: Simple Cycle: ASME PTC 22 Combined
Cycle: ASME PTC 46 4. The performance specifications: Power Output Heat Rate,
LHV Gas Turbine Exhaust Temperature xxx,xxx kW xxx,xxx kJ/kWh xxx.x °C

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Turbine Exhaust Available Energy xxx.x GJ/hr
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Gas Turbine Performance Test Procedure5. Rated Conditions Ambient air


temperature http://www.51wendang.com/doc/b6158d4f6164e2d1e91b29a6xx oC Ambient
air relative humidity xx %

pressure x.xxx bar (xx.xx psi)Gas Turbine Shaft Speed xxxx rpm Generator power
factor x.xx (lagging) Gas turbine conditions New and Clean, xxx Fired Hours

system pressure drop (@ contract rated conditions)


.x mm H2O (x inH2O)
system pressure drop (@contract rated conditions) xxx.x mm Fuel Natural Gas Fuel
supply temperature xxx oC (xxx.x oF) Fuel composition % volume Nitrogen (N2)
xx.xx Methane (CH4) xx.xx Ethane (C2H6) xx.xx Propane (C3H8) xx.xx

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Gas Turbine Performance Test Procedure6. Division of Test Responsibilities Test


Activity Conducting Party Party Witnessing

Prepare the thermal performance test procedure Provide special instrumentation


as specified herein Provide suitable containers for
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samples Perform required station instrumentation calibration checks
Witness / Assist station instrumentation calibration checks Install special
test instrumentation Direct the installation of special test instrumentation
Obtain calibration records and/or flow section dimensions for the fuel flow
section Execute of test program Witness execution of test program Provide

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copies of pertinent measured data to involved parties Arrange for third party
analysis of fuel samples Remove special test instrumentation Calculate
corrected performance results and provide preliminary results Issue the final
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Gas Turbine Performance Test Procedure7. Measurement and Instrumentation


Performance test data are of two classes: Primary Data used for performance test
calculations Secondary Data not used for performance test calculations, but
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diagnostic purposes 8. Pre-Test Prepa
An off-line water wash of the gas turbine compressor The calibration and proper
operation of the control system pertinent station instrumentation and
measurement devices, and recording systems will be verified

. Conducting the Test For each unit, a minimum of three (3) test runs per rated
case listed will be conducted.
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Gas Turbine Performance Test ProcedureIn accordance with paragraph 3.3.4 of ASME
PTC 22-1997: Each test run will be conducted over a thirty (30) minute time
period. Manual data will be recorded at least five (5) minute intervals

Electronic control system and data acquisition data will be recorded at least
one (1) minute intervals As a minimum, a set of two (2) fuel samples will be
taken at the beginning and end of each test run All data files, electronic
and/or copies of the manual data hard
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performance testing and evaluation purposes will be given to the witnessing
party immediately after the test.

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Deviations from the procedure in any aspect of the test program should be
discussed by the ConductingParty and the Witnessing Party. 10. Evaluation
formula check and confirmationThe correction curves will be used to account for
the difference between the rated value and the measured value for each parameter
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Gas Turbine Performance Test ProcedurePerformance Correction Curves Examples

Compressor Inlet Temperature vs. Output Compressor Inlet Relative Humidity vs.
Output Barometric Pressure vs. Output Shaft Speed vs. Output Generator
Power Factor vs. Output Total Fired Hours vs. Output Inlet System Pressure
Drop vs. Output Exhaust System Back Pressure vs. Output Fuel Composition vs.
Output Fuel Supply
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Compressor Inlet Temperature vs. Heat Rate Compressor Inlet Relative Humidity
vs. Heat Rate Barometric Pressure vs. Heat Rate

Shaft Speed vs. Heat Rate


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Gas Turbine Performance Test ProcedurePerformance Correction Curves Examples


Generator Power Factor vs. Heat Rate Total Fired Hours vs. Heat Rate

Inlet System Pressure Drop vs. Heat Rate Exhaust System Back Pressure vs. Heat
Rate Fuel Composition vs. Heat Rate Fuel Supply Temperature vs. Heat Rate

Compressor Inlet Temperature vs. Exhaust Temp Compressor Inlet Relative


Humidity vs. Exhaust Temp Barometric Pressure vs. Exhaust Temp Shaft Speed
vs. Exhaust Temp

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Generator Power Factor vs. Exhaust Temp Total Fired Hours vs. Exhaust Temp
Inlet System Pressure Drop vs. Exhaust Temp Exhaust System Back Pressure vs.
Exhaust Temp

Fuel Composition vs. Exhaust


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Gas Turbine Performance Test Procedure11. Comparison to Guarantees Instrument


Uncertainty Test Tolerance GEK 107551a - Standard Field Performance Testing
Philosophy For testing per these guidelines, these uncertainties are expected to
be: Power Output /- 2 % Heat Rat
, Gas Fuel /- 1.7 % Heat Rate, Oil Fuel /- 1.45 % Exhaust Gas Temperature
/- 11F Exhaust Gas Flow /- 3.3 % Exhaust Gas Energy, Gas Fuel /- 3.35 %
Exhaust Gas Energy, Oil Fuel /- 3.1 % The test uncertainties will be considered
to be minimum tolerance bands in the commercial evaluation of the test.
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