Diagnostics and monitoring of the operating condition of steam-turbine blades
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A brief review of methods and means of diagnostics and monitoring of steam-turbine blades is made, informational criteria for determination of the defective status of blades are defined only by peripheral sensors, and a developed block diagram is presented for a system in the form of a software package to be used in monitoring the deformed status of blades and to ascertain their defective status.
Keywordsturbine-driven set blades rotor diagnostics sensors, discrete-phase method vibration amplitude steam turbine probability, correlation electric signals
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