TURBINE-GENERATOR IMPACT TORQUES IN ROUTINE AND FAULT OPERATIONS.

John Undrill, L. N. Hannett

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This paper reviews the shaft impact loadings created in turbine-generator shafts by both normal and fault initiated switching sequences. Its objectives are to clarify the significance of shaft impact torque simulations in relation to shaft fatigue life data and to indicate the practicality of handling impact loading questions in the course of normal transient stability calculations. Examples presented in this paper compare shaft impacts produced by unit tripping, single and three-phase faults, high-speed reclosing, and manually timed switching sequences.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017
EventPap $—$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr - New York City, NY, USA
Duration: Jan 29 1978Feb 3 1978

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OtherPap $—$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr
CityNew York City, NY, USA
Period1/29/782/3/78

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Turbogenerators
Torque
Fatigue of materials

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Undrill, J., & Hannett, L. N. (2017). TURBINE-GENERATOR IMPACT TORQUES IN ROUTINE AND FAULT OPERATIONS.. Paper presented at Pap $—$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr, New York City, NY, USA, .

TURBINE-GENERATOR IMPACT TORQUES IN ROUTINE AND FAULT OPERATIONS. / Undrill, John; Hannett, L. N.

2017. Paper presented at Pap $—$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr, New York City, NY, USA, .

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Undrill, J & Hannett, LN 2017, 'TURBINE-GENERATOR IMPACT TORQUES IN ROUTINE AND FAULT OPERATIONS.' Paper presented at Pap $—$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr, New York City, NY, USA, 1/29/78 - 2/3/78, .
Undrill J, Hannett LN. TURBINE-GENERATOR IMPACT TORQUES IN ROUTINE AND FAULT OPERATIONS.. 2017. Paper presented at Pap $—$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr, New York City, NY, USA, .
Undrill, John ; Hannett, L. N. / TURBINE-GENERATOR IMPACT TORQUES IN ROUTINE AND FAULT OPERATIONS. Paper presented at Pap $—$ IEEE PES (Power Eng Soc) Winter Meet, Prepr, New York City, NY, USA, .
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