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Badass Machines

Here are the biggest and baddest technologies produced by GE.

When laid out, a GE locomotive's interior contains an astounding 6.7 miles of wiring.

Imagining What’s Next

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A shiny GEnx engine on a Qatar Airways 787 sits in splendor at the Farnborough International Airshow.

Wind turbines can be up to 1.5x taller than the Statue of Liberty (140 m) and their blades with blades spanning the length of a football field.

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Think you're stressed? This is a 15 MW test bay at Clemson University designed to put next-gen GE wind turbines through 20 years of stress in just a few months.

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Heavy duty gas turbines show off their artistic side at the Greenville, S.C. plant.

Did you know? The GE Evolution series locomotive weighs 436,000 pounds. That's equivalent to 109 average-sized cars.

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This employee at a GE facility in France is INSIDE one of the many badass machines coming out of the region.

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These fasteners are what keep our wind turbine segments together. Photo taken by Chris Warren at the Cape Code Instawalk.

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The daunting, beautiful climb up to the top of a wind turbine. Photo taken by Lindsay Howard at the Cape Cod Instawalk.

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The breathtaking view at the top of a wind turbine. Photo taken by Benjamin Heath at the Cape Cod Instawalk.

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A wind turbine stands over 250 feet tall among the trees. Photo taken by Jared Chambers at the Cape Cod Instawalk.

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The elegant tip of a wind turbine blade. Photo taken by Andrew Griswold at the Cape Cod Instawalk.

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Recreational divers normally swim 40 meters deep into the ocean. If you were to dive 330 meters further, you might find one of our subsea separation and boosting units.

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This tiny device contains 400 ohmic MEMS switches, which regulate the flow of electricity and can handle more than 1kW. That's enough to power a microwave for over an hour.

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Pulse detonation engines reduce fuel consumption by 25%. How? By generating shockwaves as badass as the machine itself.

Shaping the Future at GE Global Research

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GE locomotives can move 1 ton of goods across roughly 500 mi on a single gallon of fuel. Now that's some real power.

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  • Walt Sorensen

    Isn't this the same marketing that csx trains is doing, yep it is.

GE Evolution Series locomotives pass through the CSX network day and night, helping to ship 50,000 tons of freight across 21,000 miles of track.

Getting ready to test jet engines in Winnipeg, Canada.

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In Peebles, OH we’re testing jet engines inside this “turbulence control structure”.

Shaping the Future at GE Global Research

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Location: Peebles, OH. Mission: Test jet engines.

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Up close with the GE Evolution Series locomotive.

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Robots added 1 million working hours to our Bromont Aviation facility.

Monochromatic machine.

Check out this unique view of our GE90 engine being tested.

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  • T K

    Always love for the 90 and never for the NX