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Dear Friends,

I need some details to run 1 MW Generator. I found that 3600 Mega Joules/hour (3.6 Giga Joules/hour) required to run 1 MW Generator for 1 hour i.e 1 MWH.

3600 Mega Joules/hour = 102,000 Kg-m/sec.

I want to know that Can we run 1 MW Generator (1500 rpm) for 1 hour to supply 1 MWH using this 102,000 Kg-m/sec. Or Only able to run the 1 MW Generator for 1 sec using that 102,000 kg-m/sec?

102,000 kg-m/sec force enough to run 1 MW Generator (1500 rpm) for 1 Hour? This is what I actually need?

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102,000 Kg-m/sec - required to run 1 MW Generator for 1 sec?
60 x 102,000 = 6120000 Kg-m/minute - required to run 1 MW Generator for 1 minute?
60 x 6120000 = 367,200,000 Kg-m/hour - required to run 1 MW Generator for 1 hour?

Help highly appreciated.

thank you
pmk69
 
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