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New "Bladeless" Design for Turbines Could Dramatically Lower the Cost of Energy Production

IAS Turbine

International Automated Systems, Inc. has developed a new breakthrough bladeless turbine technology. It is a patented propulsion turbine, which some believe may revolutionize electrical power generation and low-cost hydrogen fuel production.

 

Propulsion Turbine- IAUS’S unique turbine has many advantages over traditional turbine designs. Rather than relying on turbine blades to spin the turbine cylinder, IAUS's Propulsion Turbine is designed to turn the cylinder without blades. IAUS’S turbine efficiencies are very similar to expensive, high-end, multi-stage turbines; however, IAUS’S turbine is low-cost and operates minus most of the expensive surrounding components and maintenance issues.

Traditional turbine performance relies upon the environment within its blade chambers. Super-heated, high velocity steam particles are continuously striking the titanium turbine blades to turn the shaft. If steam condenses on the blades, a sharp drop in efficiency and damage to the turbine can result. Traditional multi-stage turbines require dry, high-quality steam.

IAUS's new turbine is structurally unaffected by low quality steam. It blows the energy away from its components instead of on them to turn the shaft. It is smaller than traditional turbines, less expensive, and requires very little maintenance. Unlike traditional turbines, IAUS’s turbine can operate without corrosion or system failure on both high quality and low quality steam. It has bi-phase flow capability.

 

IAUS Turbine Eliminates Need for Boiler- IAUS’S proprietary turbine steam cycle does not need an expensive, sophisticated, high-maintenance boiler. Instead IAUS’s turbine operates on high-pressure, super heated water (supercritical fluid) from a series of smaller, high-pressure tubing, which is much safer, less expensive and easier to manage. The expansion or phase change (flashing) from water to steam happens right in the working chamber of IAUS’S turbine. It makes the Balance of Plant (BOP) steam production and monitoring equipment less complicated. These are significant advantages over traditional boiler systems required by conventional turbines.

 

Modular- IAUS’s turbine can be custom designed for smaller to medium size applications. This allows for staging power in and out and inexpensively segmenting a power plant into smaller sectors which improves issues of downtime while offering low-cost redundancy.

 

Manufacturing Lead Time- Typically, a traditional turbine requires an 18-24 month lead time from order to delivery. IAUS’s turbine production lead time is a fraction of this.

 

 

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