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Chair Siemens (ADGT) Roundtable
Chair, Aero Derivatives (Rolls Royce) RoundtableJohn-Erik Nelson
Principal Mechanical Engineer
Norton P. Potter II and Thomas A. Watson Generating Stations Braintree Electric Light Department

John-Erik is the Principal Mechanical Engineer at Braintree Electric’s Norton P. Potter 2 and Thomas A. Watson Generating Stations

Potter Station is a combined cycle station with an Alstom 11D gas turbine and Worthington steam turbine. The Watson station is a simple cycle plant with 2 Rolls-Royce Trent 60 WLE aero-derivative engines.

He has been working at Braintree for over 20 years and has received his Master’s in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University. Also to his credit he was the lead engineer on the development of the Watson Station.

John-Erik accepted the role as Chair of the Aero Derivatives: Siemens (ADGT) Roundtable, (formerly Rolls Royce), in the fall of 2013. He has also serveed the CTOTF™ as the Chair of the Gen-EI&C (Instrumentaion & Controls) Roundtable.

Position Objective:To provide incremental business value to the CTOTF™ membership by facilitating communications, information, and discussion among CTOTF™ members, equipment manufacturers, and service providers for the Siemens (ADGT) fleet of combustion turbines and to assist the Aero Derivatives Roundtable Sr. Chair in planning and conducting the Aero Derivatives Roundtables.
Position:Rolls Royce Roundtable Chair Position Duties and ResponsibilitiesDuties and Responsibilities
This Roundtable is provided for Member Users, to exchange information towards resolving problems, issues and concerns, pertaining to the Rolls Royce now Siemens (ADGT) fleet of combustion turbines.

Discussion topics for this Roundtable include: Centerline Equipment and Components, Ancillary Equipmet, Inlets, Exhausts, Controls and Protection, Inlet Air Conditioning and Performance Testing of these systems.