- Tapa dura: 750 páginas
- Editor: PennWell Books (1 de julio de 2002)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0878147888
- ISBN-13: 978-0878147885
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Turbine Steam Path Maintenance & Repair: Volume II: v. II (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1 jul 2002
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In this second volume of his two-book set on turbine steam path, William P. Saunders, P.Eng., continues his expert analysis of repair and maintenance to steam turbines. This volume focuses on repair and maintenance to steam turbines, to keep them operating with high levels of availability and improved efficiency. Also provided are details on estimating financial penalties associated with leakage from damaged turbines, which can reduce the cost of power. A full analysis of damaged components is included as well. The reader of this book will be able to: Identify the type and severity of any damage Suggest possible causes of damage Indicate the most appropriate corrective actions available. Volume 2 incorporates photographs, tables, equations, and examples to provide an excellent simplification of this complicated topic. Along with Volume 1, this set is sure to be an invaluable resource readers will turn to many times during their careers.
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Volume 1 focuses on damage mechanisms and operational considerations leading to those damage mechanisms. It would be of great benefit to someone performing a root case analysis of a steam turbine failure or physical deterioration. Vol. 1 is also helpful for justifying or explaining to management why damage has occurred or why a specific repair should be made.
Volume 2 focuses on the engineering aspects of repair techniques, quality control, and inspection guidelines. Vol. 2 is a repair manual. If you are fixing a turbine, or managing a vendor who is fixing your turbine, this book will almost certainly cover the specific repair(s) needing to be done.
Both volumes are completely black and white. The diagrams are crisp and sharp. Photos are mostly clear and legible, although some are old and not completely in focus. Some of these damage mechanisms and repair techniques are uncommon, and photos are very hard to come by, so any photo is better than none.
There are other books that go into more detail about design, operation, vibration analysis, and efficiency calculations. If that is what you need, this is probably not the book for you. However, no other reference covers the engineering of steam turbine repairs as comprehensively as Sanders.