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Failure in babbit bearings
There are dozens of ways babbit bearings can fail. Some of the common failure modes are babbitt fatigue, babbitt wiping due to rotor to stator contact, babbitt flow due to high operating temperatures, foreign particle damage, varnish build up, electrostatic discharge damage.

MAN Diesel & Turbo offers compressor solution for South africa's air separation unit
Air Liquide, a leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health, is planning to build an Air Separation Unit (ASU) in Secunda, South Africa, with a production capacity of 5,000 tonnes of oxygen per day.
How to determine maintenance requirements in steam turbines
Condensing and extraction steam turbine efficiency determination requires the calculation of the driven equipment power.

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Subject: Advanced materials for next-gen turbines

Wednesday, March 11, 2015



ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR NEXT-GEN TURBINES  

SIEMENS COMPLETES 600MW COMBINED
CYCLE PROJECT IN TURKEY


ALSTOM TO DELIVER STEAM TURBINE AND
GENERATOR FOR THAILAND FACILITY







January/
February 2015

COVER STORY:
TURBOMACHINERY AND THE FUTURE ENERGY MIX

DREW ROBB

Small turbines, declining F-class sales, Heat Recovery Steam Generators and replace-versus-repair strategies were featured during Power-Gen International 2014. Keynote speakers discussed the energy mix of the future, though not all shared the same vision.


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