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CONDITION MONITORING AND HEALTH ASSESSMENT OF TARAPUR ATOMIC POWER STATION BOILING WATER REACTOR SURFACE CONDENSERS BY APPLYING NDES - AN EXPERIENCE AT TAPS-1&2, NPCIL.

@inproceedings{Roy2011CONDITIONMA,
  title={CONDITION MONITORING AND HEALTH ASSESSMENT OF TARAPUR ATOMIC POWER STATION BOILING WATER REACTOR SURFACE CONDENSERS BY APPLYING NDES - AN EXPERIENCE AT TAPS-1&2, NPCIL.},
  author={N. Roy and A. Jabbar and C. Mali and A. P. Kulkarni and N. Gulavani and A. Singh and R. K. Gargye},
  year={2011}
}
  • N. Roy, A. Jabbar, +4 authors R. K. Gargye
  • Published 2011
  • Engineering
  • Tarapur Atomic Power Station (TAPS) is a 210 MWe capacity twin unit Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs) built in 1960’s supplied by General Electric Co; USA and commissioned in 1969. TAPS has completed 42 years of successful commercial operation and continues to operate at a high capacity factor of more than 90%. The surface condenser is provided to remove latent heat of the exhaust steam from the turbine and it forms part of a closed cycle operation of thermal as well as nuclear power plants. It is… CONTINUE READING