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How does it work? - Impulse steam turbine

How does it work? - Impulse steam turbine

This animation demonstrates the structure and operation of impulse turbines.

Technology

Keywords

steam turbine, heat engine, power station, turbine hall, generator, heat energy, steam, vapour pressure, energy, electric current, amperage, electricity, thermodynamics, technology

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Scenes

Turbine hall of a power station

  • steam turbine
  • generator

Steam turbine

  • steam turbine casing
  • low pressure steam pipe
  • high pressure steam pipe

Construction

  • low pressure stage
  • medium pressure stage
  • high pressure stage
  • rotor blades
  • vanes
  • rotor
  • stator
  • shaft

Operation

  • flowing steam
  • low pressure stage
  • medium pressure stage
  • high pressure stage
  • rotor blades
  • vanes
  • rotor
  • stator
  • shaft

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