1976
DOI: 10.1115/76-gt-106
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Abstract: The Westinghouse PACE 260 combined cycle control system was first shipped to the field January 1973. It was shipped to the Comanche Site of Public Service of Oklahoma, at Lawton, Okalhoma, Fig. 1, to control the Westinghouse prototype combined cycle plant. Since then, nine other PACE 260 control systems have been shipped to other combined cycle plant sites. The PACE control system was a new system controlling a new process, the combined cycle. Problems were experienced and problems were solved. At this date, a…

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