How Does a Natural Gas Jenbacher Engine Work? - GE Masterclass with Baratunde Thurston

GE Africa
GE Africa
Publication Date:
8 October 2014

Baratunde Thurston takes you behind the scenes at the GE Jenbacher engine factory in Jenbach, Austria to answer the question: How does a gas engine work? With the help of renewable energy systems manager Trevor Kirsten, you'll learn how a big green engine can turn farm waste and landfill trash into sustainable power, why the circle of energy is crucial to our future, and what the heck "suck, squeeze, bang, twist" means. 


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