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‘GE 이노베이션 포럼 2017 라이브’ VOD
2017년 8월 1일
This turboprop engine is designed to power planes that can fly through extreme conditions, like the harsh Siberian winter or the hot Saharan desert. Part of our H-Series engines, it’s pictured here in a test cell at
in Prague. Learn more about the innovation behind H-Series engines at the link in our bio. Photo by
The world’s most powerful offshore wind turbine, the Haliade-X from
, is 260 meters tall from base to blade tips, and has a 12-megawatt generator sitting 150 meters above the waves.
In 1983, GE scientist John Schenck built the world’s first MRI machine. Today, there are 50,000 superconducting magnets installed globally and 10 million images generated per hour,
to one of our favorite shots taken at the
facility in Peebles, OH, where we manufacture and test our engines. The facility covers an area equal to nine of New York City’s Central Park. Here, a CF34 engine is mounted on one of the eleven test stands at Peebles. Check out our Story for more of our favorite shots. Photo by
Since the sun doesn’t always shine, and the wind doesn’t always blow, the GE Reservoir from
is a flexible energy storage solution that captures energy and releases it when it’s needed.
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