Residual Life Assessment

  • Pradip Chanda
  • Suparna Mukhopaddhyay
Part of the Energy Systems in Electrical Engineering book series (ESIEE)


The equipment in a thermal plant, many a time, is subjected to operate beyond its operating range due to grid disturbance/mal functioning of controls etc., adversly affectng the equipment life span. This chapter has dealt with various methods for determining the remaining life of an equipment so that necessary rectification action may be taken up.


Load Cycle Thermal Plant Eddy Current Test Plant Equipment Power Plant Equipment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Power Management InstituteNoidaIndia

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