Modeling of warm-keeping process with hot air in steam turbines

@inproceedings{uczyski2018ModelingOW,
  title={Modeling of warm-keeping process with hot air in steam turbines},
  author={Piotr Łuczyński and Dennis Hans T{\"o}bben and Manfred Wirsum and Wolfgang Franz Dietrich Mohr and Klaus Helbig},
  year={2018}
}
Steam turbines in conventional power plants have to deal with an increasing number of start-ups due to the high share of fluctuating power input in renewable power generation. As a result, the development of new methods for flexibility improvements—such as reductions in start-up time and the effects these start-ups have on turbine lifetime—have become increasingly important. In pursuit of this objective, General Electric has developed a concept for both the pre-warming and warm-keeping of a… CONTINUE READING

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