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Title : THERMODYNAMIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR LARGE STEAM TURBINE UPGRADES AND RETROFITS
Company : SoftInWay Inc.
Date : 29-Dec-2011

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Upgrading and retrofitting of power plants have long been a focus of utilities, industrial companies and independent power producers. Normally, it was possible to obtain OEM “like new” performance levels, or purchase OEM upgrade products. New approaches to restoring or increasing performance of existing in-service turbines are presented here. The ability to analyze aerodynamic and thermodynamic parameters of existing machines and make adjustments to original airfoil shapes is ensured by new developments in turbomachinery flow path design, analysis and optimization software AxSTREAM.
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