Construction of steam turbine , Mechanical Engineering

Construction of steam turbine :

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS:

1. Casing: It is made out of cast steel. The casing has rotor inside it.

2.  Rotor: It carries blades or buckets.

3.  Nozzle : It provides flow passage for steam where expansion of steam takes place.

4.  Frame: It provides support to the rotors, stator and all other mountings. It can be integral part of stator in case of small tubines.

 

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