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    Badass Machines
    Here are the biggest and baddest technologies produced by GE.
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    #fillintheblank: This scanning electron microscope image is from a ______ plant.

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    A typical jet engine contains nearly 25,000 individual parts.

    Solving the World’s Toughest Energy Challenges

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    Check out this scanning electron micrograph of strengthening precipitates in a superalloy. #computergeneratedart

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    Our F-class gas turbines are the largest in the world. #power #efficiency

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    Did you know: Our worldwide installed fleet of nearly 7,000 gas turbines, is the largest installed base of any gas turbine supplier.

    Gas Turbines - Heavy Duty

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

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    Scroll to #zoom-in and out of this gas #turbine!

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    Guess the model of this powerful machine?

    Imagining What’s Next

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    A day in the life of a jet engine.

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    We have a unique perspective on jet engine technology.

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    Jet engines are a beautiful thing.

    Mapping the Mind

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    Mighty metal.

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    With the new LEAP engine, planes are more likely to spend less time in the shop and more time moving passengers and cargo around the world.

    A LEAP in Engine Innovation

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    Introducing… The Super Jet. Engineers are currently designing this new engine, which includes parts made from ceramic composites and intricate “3-D printed” cooling components. #avgeeks #jetengines

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    This turbine is powerful enough to power ______ American homes.

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    Inside an engine at GE Aviation facility in Celma, Brazil. #Aviation #engine

    Imagining What’s Next

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    Time for some testing at our jet engine testing facility in Peebles, OH.

    Imagining What’s Next

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    #FunFact: The #FlexEfficiency 60 gas turbine can ramp up power as fast as 50 megawatts per minute.

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    There’s beauty in symmetry.

    GE.com | imagination at work

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    In 1946, a J47 jet engine produced 5000 lbs of thrust. Today, the GEnx jet engine produces 85,000 lbs of thrust.

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    Steam turbines are #badass #machines!

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    The GE36 was never launched commercially. It was recognized worldwide as a technology breakthrough in the 1990s for its dramatic fuel savings.

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    Stack of turbine parts at GE Energy's Turbine Services facility in Abu Dhabi, UAE. #GE #technology

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    #badass #awesome #engine

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    The structure on a plane’s wing that encloses the engine is called a ________. #fillintheblank

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