Analysis of Turbine Efficiency

3.0 1 Review SKU: HR01100CENDuration: 60 Minutes

This course explain how a typical turbine is designed to convert energy to work and how turbine efficiency is affected by problems with internal turbine components. After completing this course, participants should have an understanding of how internal components, particularly the turbine blades, affect turbine efficiency and heat rate. They should also be able to identify ways to recognize and correct efficiency problems associated with a turbine.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • Turbine Design and Efficiency
  • Explain how the blades of a typical turbine are shaped to convert energy to work.
  • Describe how steam conditions at the inlet to the turbine affect turbine efficiency.
  • Internal Efficiency Losses, Part 1
  • Explain how chemical deposits on internal turbine components affect turbine efficiency and unit heat rate.
  • Explain how solid particle erosion of internal turbine components affects turbine efficiency and unit heat rate.
  • Identify ways to minimize chemical deposits and solid particle erosion.
  • Internal Efficiency Losses, Part 2
  • Explain how problems with the spill strip packing and packing rings can affect turbine efficiency and unit heat rate
  • Explain how problems with the seals between the casing and the rotor can affect turbine efficiency and unit heat rate.

Customer Reviews

2/7/2019

Good theory, old videos and content. The course would be outstanding if it is updated.

“Good theory, old videos and content. The course would be outstanding if it is updated.”

RYAN C. Verified Customer

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