Problems of Manufacture and Operation of First-Stage Blades and Vanes of Gas Turbines
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The alloys used to manufacture blades and vanes for modern gas turbines operating in Russia are discussed. The experience of the VTI in justifying the selection of materials for blades of gas turbines and in investigating cases of damage to blading is described.
Keywordsgas turbine moving blade guide vane cast nickel-based alloys gas-turbine operation damage justified material selectionþ
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