Wet Steam Turbines for Nuclear Power Plants By Alexander S Leyzerovich Pdf, This was the first comparatively big wet-steam turbine created for atomic power plants. It worked together with the steam growth procedure occurring primarily from the moisture area. The significant problem in this instance is that the growth of the moisture content since the vapor expands. Excessive moisture chiefly results in turbine blade erosion and blade performance losses.
If steam in a dry and soaked state enlarged straight to the vapor pressure at the condenser, the moisture content in the turbine exhaust can reach 20–25 percent, based upon the inlet pressure and vacuum requirements. Specifically, of importance was the expertise obtained from bottoming turbines worked on the exhaust vapor of piston motors or technician nology processes.
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