DD IEC/TS 61370:2002 - Steam turbines. Steam purity
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DD IEC/TS 61370:2002

Steam turbines. Steam purity

Status : Current   Published : July 2002

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Describes the importance of the chemical characteristics of steam supplied to steam turbines and the need to prevent corrosion and deposition in steam space, in order to minimize the risk of turbine corrosion failures or loss of efficiency or output. Is applicable to turbines of all electrical output rating and any exhaust condition, i.e. condensing or back pressure. It is designed for new plant, but may be adapted for use on existing plant. The limits described in this specification are specifically designed to protect the steam turbine. This specification is applicable to steam turbines driven from any source, except geothermal plants in which the turbine is fed direct from the geothermal sources.




Standard NumberDD IEC/TS 61370:2002
TitleSteam turbines. Steam purity
StatusCurrent
Publication Date26 July 2002
Cross ReferencesEPRI-TR-105 041, EPRI-TR-102 285, EPRI-TR-103 665, JIS B 8223:1989, BS 2486
International RelationshipsIEC/TS 61370:2002
DescriptorsSteam turbines, Turbines, Electric power generation, Steam, Purity, Impurities, Chemical composition, Corrosion resistance, Corrosion protection
ICS27.040
Title in FrenchTurbines a vapeur. Purete de la vapeur
CommitteeMCE/13
ISBN0 580 40111 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages20
File Size357.4 KB
Price£126.00


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