steam turbine low pressure

Product thermal capacity: 4-35 t/h
Working pressure: 1.0-2.5 MPA
Outlet temperature:: 184-350 ℃
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What are the differences between low-pressure

I assume you are referring to steam turbines. There are 3 sections to a steam turbine viz. high pressure, intermediate pressure and low pressure turbine. All three are mounted on the same shaft which rotates at 3600 rpm in a generator to make elec

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low-pressure turbine - an overview | ScienceDirect

3.5NiCrMoV rotor forging was used for a long time in low-pressure turbine rotors. Raising reheat steam temperature affects not only the high-temperature section but also selection of the low-pressure turbine rotor. When the inlet temperature of the reheat section becomes higher than 593°C, there is a risk of temper embrittlement in the inlet

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Low pressure steam turbine generat

Low pressure steam turbine generator February 23, 2003 04:09PM Is anyone aware of a steam turbine or engine that will run on 40 psig steam, we have a abundance of 40 psig steam and this could possibly be a good way to dispose of the steam.

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Steam Turbine Low Pressure, Steam Turbine Low

Alibaba offers 603 steam turbine low pressure products. About 78% of these are boilers, 11% are electricity generation, and 2% are valves. A wide variety of steam turbine low pressure options are available to you, such as low pressure, high pressure.

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LP Turbine - Low-pressure Steam Turbine - nuclear

2019-5-23 · LP Turbine – Low-pressure Steam Turbine. Most of nuclear power plants operates a single-shaft turbine-generator that consists of one multi-stage HP turbine and three parallel multi-stage LP turbines, a main generator and an exciter.. Each LP Turbine (low-pressure turbine) is usually double-flow reaction turbine with about 5-8 stages (with shrouded blades and with free-standing blades of last

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Steam turbine - Wikipedi

|2019-5-15 · A steam turbine is a device that extracts thermal energy from pressurized steam and uses it to do mechanical work on a rotating output shaft. Its modern manifestation was invented by Sir Charles Parsons in 1884.[1][2] Because the turbine generates rotary motion, it is particularly suited to be used to drive an electrical generator—about 85%

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Utility steam turbines | Steam turbines | Sieme

The SST5-9000 is a highly reliable steam turbine for applications in the conventional islands of advanced pressurized water reactors, with a power output up to 1,900 MW. The half-speed SST5-9000 features a double-flow saturated steam high-pressure (HP) turbine and up to three double-flow low-pressure (LP) turbines with shrunk-on disk rotors.

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Steam turbine 34.5-inch low-pressure section upgrade

2019-4-25 · Steam Turbine 34.5-Inch Low-Pressure Section Upgrade As an example, Figure 1shows that 30% of the capacity was from units that were greater than thirty years old. Most of these units suffer from degraded performance and may require increased maintenance to ensure continued reliable operation.

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Industrial steam turbines | Steam turbines | Sieme

The straight flow turbine solution with power output of up to 250 MW consists of a geared high-pressure steam turbine (backpressure), an intermediate / low-pressure steam turbine (condensing), both driving a generator installed in between.

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Low pressure steam turbine | Steam Tur

TR HI 150 is a special machine for reducing the pressure of water, designed for extremely low currents of steam with a high requirement for safe, mechanical run with a high effectiveness.. The steam turbine case together with the el. generator stator forms a unit without a gear and without secondary rotating parts. The turbine wheel is connected to a high frequency el. generator.

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