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Design & Constructional Features of Turbogenerators

KAPIL NARULA Sr. Engr./EME HEEP, BHEL Hardwar

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Index
1. History of Development 2. Power Output of Generator 3. Generator Modules & Types 4. Important Parameters of Generator Modules 5. Design Features 6. Main parts of TG/ Constructional features 7. Excitation System 8. Auxiliary Systems 9. Generator Testing 10. New Developments - Total Imp. of Stator Winding

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History of Development - Globally
• First single phase generator of 75 KW • First 3 phase generator, salient pole • First turbo type 3 phase 25 MW generator • UK made 50 Hz as standard frequency for Europe • First Hydrogen cooled 3 phase 30 MW generator • First Hydrogen cooled TG with direct cooling of rotor • First generator with water cooled stator winding 1888 1900 1912 1925 1937 1949 1956

• First generator with water cooling for stator and rotor wdg1959 BHEL Hardwar

History of Development in BHEL
THREE PLANTS SET UP: IN 1950s: At Bhopal with British collaboration 30 MW & 120 MW Hydrogen Cooled IN 1960s: At Hardwar with Russian Collaboration 100 MW Hydrogen Cooled & 200 MW Hydrogen Cooled IN 1960s: At Hyderabad with CZECH Collaboration 60 MW Air Cooled & 110 MW Hydrogen Cooled

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Power Output of Turbogenerator P ∝ D2 . L . B . A . n
P D L B A n Power in MVA Bore Diameter of Core in meters Length of Active Rotor Body in meters Air Gap Flux Density in Tesla Stator Ampere-Turn Loading in Amp./meter Speed in rpm

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Power Output of Turbogenerator

No increase of utilization Same or higher mfg. Costs

Increased utilization Lower mfg. costs possible

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Generator Modules

Air Cooled Turbogenerator - TARI Hydrogen Cooled Turbogenerator - THRI Hydrogen/Water Cooled TG - THDF

Module Nomenclature THRI 108/44 THDF 115/59

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Module Nomenclature
T H R I 108/44
4350 mm(≈ 44 dm) Core length 1075 mm(≈ 108 cm) Rotor dia.

Stator winding

Indirect
Hydrogen Cooled

Stator Cooling - Indirect Rotor Cooling- Radial Cooling Gas in the Casing Rotor winding

H = Hydrogen
Product

Radial
Hydrogen Cooled

Turbogenerator
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Generator cooling System

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Stator Slot - TARI / THRI

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Stator Slot - THDF 500 MW

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210/235 MW THW Generator

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Library of Designs
TYPES OF GENERATORS SUPPLIED BY BHEL: # AIR COOLED # HYDROGEN COOLED # HYDROGEN/WATER COOLED

FOR APPLICATIONS:

# THERMAL # NUCLEAR # GAS BASED
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Library of Designs
1000 MW
WATER COOLED STATOR

350 MW
HYDROGEN COOLED

660 MW

170 MW
AIR COOLED
DESIRED MW CAPACITIES

80 MW

1000 MW

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Capability of Generator Modules
DESIGN VARIANT GENERATOR MODULE ORDERS/MFD./COMMD. TARI 93/38 AIR COOLED TARI 108/36 15/11/7 TARI 108/41 TARI 108/46 THRI 93/38 THRI 108/39 THRI 108/44 THRI 108/44 B THRI 108/55 THW-200-2 THW-210-2 THW-235-2 THDF 115/59 THDF 115/55 OUTPUT RANGE 75-92 MW 100-120 MW 120-140 MW 140-170 MW 120-150 MW 170-220 MW 200-260 MW 260-275 MW 350 MW UPTO 200 MW 200-219 MW 220-237 MW 500-585 MW 500 MW(new)

HYDROGEN COOLED 25/22/17

HYDROGEN/WATER COOLED 149/142/137 BHEL Hardwar

Improtant Parameters of Generator Modules
SL. NO.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

11. 12.

13. 14.

TECHNICAL PARAMETE R GENERATO R TYPE RATED MVA RATED MW RATED VOLT. KV POWER FACTOR STATOR CURRENT SPEED RPM FREQ. HZ HYDROGEN PRESSURE Kg/Cm2(g) S.C.R EXCITATIO N VOLTS AMPS NEG. SEQ. CAP. I2,% I2sq.xt WEIGHTS, T STATOR HEAV. LIFT ROTOR BRG. - BRG. DIST. IN MM TYPE OF EXCITATIO N

130 MW THRI 93/38 162.5 130.0 10.5 0.80 8935 3000 50 3.0 0.57 240 2039 8 10 132 28 6700 STATIC

200 MW THW200-2 235.3 200.0 15.75 0.85 8625 3000 50 3.0 0.50 300 2515 7 8 175 42.2 7700 STATIC / HFG

210 MW THW210-2 247.1 210.0 15.75 0.85 9054 3000 50 3.5 0.49 310 2600 7 8 175 42.2 7700 STATIC / HFG

235 MW THW235-2 264.1 237.7 16.5 0.90 9240 3000 50 3.5 0.58 326 2755 7 8 175 42.5 7882 STATIC / HFG

210 MW THRI 108/44 247.1 210.0 15.75 0.85 9054 3000 50 2.0 0.55 265 2080 8 10 182 43.3 7870 B’LESS/ STATIC

250 MW THRI 108/44 294.1 250.0 16.5 0.85 10291 3000 50 3.0 0.52 319 2386 8 10 182 43.3 7870 B’LESS

500 MW THDF 115/59 588.2 500.0 21.0 0.85 16166 3000 50 3.5 0.48 340 4040 8 10 255 68 10410 B’LESS

560 MW THDF 115/59 659.0 560.0 21.0 0.85 18118 3000 50 4.0 0.46 410 4463 8 10 255 68 10410 B’LESS

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Improtant Parameters of Generator Modules
SL. NO.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

11. 12.

13. 14.

TECHNICAL PARAMETE R GENERATO R TYPE RATED MVA RATED MW RATED VOLT. KV POWER FACTOR STATOR CURRENT SPEED RPM FREQ. HZ HYDROGEN PRESSURE Kg/Cm2(g) S.C.R EXCITATIO N VOLTS AMPS NEG. SEQ. CAP. I2,% I2sq.xt WEIGHTS, T STATOR HEAV. LIFT ROTOR BRG. - BRG. DIST. IN MM TYPE OF EXCITATIO N

210 MW THRI 108/39 247 210 15.75 0.85 9056 3000 50 3.0 0.57 251 2260 8 10 215.3 192 39 7420 B’LESS/ STATIC

250 MW THRI 108/44(FI) 294.1 250.0 16.5 0.85 10291 3000 50 4.0 0.63 308 2497 8 10 232 212 43 7870 B’LESS/S TATIC

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Improtant Parameters of Generator Modules
SL. NO.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

10. 11.

12. 13.

TECHNICAL PARAMETE R GENERATO R TYPE BASE LOAD MVA MW RATED VOLT. KV POWER FACTOR STATOR CURRENT SPEED RPM FREQ. HZ S.C.R EXCITATIO N VOLTS AMPS NEG. SEQ. CAP. I2,% I2sq.xt WEIGHTS, T STATOR HEAV. LIFT ROTOR BRG. – BRG. DIST. IN MM TYPE OF EXCITATIO N

TROMBA Y STG

K’KULA M GTG

K’KULA M STG

FARIDAB AD GTG

FARIDAB AD STG

LIBYA GTG

TARI 93/38 100 80 10.5 0.80 5499 3000 50 0.56 274 719 10 20 128 28 7050 B’LESS

TARI 108/36 137.5 116.8 10.5 0.85 7561 3000 50 0.55 339 777 10 20 170 37 7250 B’LESS

TARI 108/36 154.3 131.1 10.5 0.85 8484 3000 50 0.50 381 851 10 20 170 37 7250 B’LESS

TARI 108/41 170.1 144.6 10.5 0.85 9354 3000 50 0.50 410 833 10 20 181 40.1 7800 STATIC

TARI 108/46 188.2 160.0 15.75 0.85 6900 3000 50 0.52 432 797 10 20 200 44 7900 B’LESS

TARI 108/46 18O.4 153.3 15.75 0.85 6612 3000 50 0.54 388 770 10 20 200 44 7900 STATIC

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TARI Generators - Design features
# DIRECT COOLING OF STATOR CORE AND ROTOR WINDING # INDIRECT COOLING OF STATOR WINDING # HORIZONTALLY SPLIT CASING DESIGN FOR STATOR # VERTICALLY SIDE MOUNTED COOLERS IN A SEPARATE HOUSING # VPI INSULATION SYSTEM # TOP RIPPLE SPRINGS IN STATOR SLOTS TO CONTAIN BAR BOUNCING FORCES # SEPARATELY ASSEMBLED STATOR CORE AND WINDING FOR REDUCING THE MANUFACTURING CYCLE # STATIC/BRUSHLESS EXCITATION SYSTEM BHEL Hardwar

THRI Generators - Design features
• DIRECT HYDROGEN COOLING OF STATOR CORE AND ROTOR
WINDING • INDIRECT COOLING OF STATOR WINDING • EXPLOSION PROOF SINGLE PIECE STATOR FRAME • END SHIELD MOUNTED BEARINGS • VPI INSULATION SYSTEM • TOP RIPPLE SPRINGS IN STATOR SLOTS TO CONTAIN BAR BOUNCING FORCES • COLD GAS TEMPERATURE CONTROL VALVE TO MAINTAIN COLD GAS TEMPERATURE CONSTANT • SINGLE FLOW RING TYPE SHAFT SEALS • STATIC/BRUSHLESS EXCITATION SYSTEM

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THDF Generators - Design features
• DIRECT WATER COOLING OF STATOR WINDING
• DIRECT AXIAL HYDROGEN COOLING OF ROTOR WINDING • OPTIMALLY DESIGNED LEAF SPRING SUPPORT FOR CORE • END SHIELD MOUNTED BEARINGS • VPI INSULATION SYSTEM • MASSIVE SUPPORT RING FOR STATOR WINDING OVERHANG TO ABSORB SHORT CIRCUIT FORCES • SIDE AND TOP RIPPLE SPRINGS IN STATOR SLOTS TO CONTAIN BAR BOUNCING FORCES • 5 STAGE AXIAL COMPRESSOR AND VERTICAL HYDROGEN COOLERS ON TURBINE END • COLD GAS AND PRIMARY WATER TEMPERATURE CONTROL VALVES TO MAINTAIN AVERAGE INLET COOLING MEDIUM TEMPERATURES CONSTANT • DOUBLE FLOW RING TYPE SHAFT SEALS • BRUSHLESS EXCITATION SYSTEM BHEL Hardwar

Gas Turbine Generators - Design features
• TERMINAL BUSHINGS ON TOP
• STATIC EXCITATION SYSTEM • SFC (SYNCHRONOUS FREQUENCY CONVERTOR) STARTING SYSTEM • FORCED COOLING WATER SYSTEM (MPR SYSTEM)

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Gas Turbine Generators - Design features TARI Generator Outline

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Gas Turbine Generators - Design features TARI Generator Cross section

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Gas Turbine Generators - Design features TARI Generator End View

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Forced Cooling Water System (MPR System)
A SYSTEM TO TAKE CARE OF DM COOLING WATER REQUIREMENT OF GAS TURBINE GENERATORS

1. TO DELIVER DM COOLING WATER TO GENERATOR AIR COOLERS 2. TO ENSURE HEAT TRANSFER FROM GENERATOR AIR COOLERS TO THE FIN-FAN COOLERS. 3. TO MAINTAIN COOLING WATER TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE AT ALLOWABLE VALUES.

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Forced Cooling Water System (MPR System)

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Gas Turbine Generators - Experience List
GENERATOR MODULE TARI 108/46 SUPPLIED / UNDER SUPPLY : BAIJI GPP, IRAQ W. MOUNTAIN, LIBYA 4 SETS 4 SETS

GENERATOR MODULE TARI 108/41 (SUPPLIED) FARIDABAD CCPP, INDIA 1 SET

GENERATOR MODULE TARI 108/36 SUPPLIED / UNDER SUPPLY: KAYAMKULAM, INDIA 2 SETS - GE Turbines

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Main Parts of TG / Constructional features
1. Stator - Stator Frame (Fabrication & Machining) 2. Core Assembly - Stator Core, Core Suspension Arrangement 3. End Shield 4. Stator Winding Assembly - Stator Winding , Winding Assembly, Connecting Bus bar 5. Rotor - Rotor Shaft, Rotor Wedges, Rotor Coils, Wound Rotor, Rotor Assembly 6. Completing Assembly - Bearing Assembly, Shaft Seal Assembly, Oil Catchers, Insert Cover etc 7. Exciter 8. Auxiliary System BHEL Hardwar

Main Parts of Turbogenerator
Stator Core Cooler Insert Cover Rotor fan

End Shield Wdg Overhang Oil Catcher Rotor

Bearing Shaft Seal

Stator

Terminal Bushing

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Main Parts of Turbogenerator
Coolers

Foundation

Terminal bushing

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Ventilation Circuit in THRI TG

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Ventilation Circuit in THRI TG

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Stator Frame
• Rigid fabricated cylindrical frame • Withstands weight of core & wdg, forces & torques during operation • Natural frequency away from exciting frequencies •Provision for H2/CO2 filling • Provision for temp measurements • Foot plates for supporting on foundation • provision for H2 coolers

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Stator Frame (Fabrication & Machining)

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Hydraulic/Pneumatic testing of Stator
TURBINE SIDE END SHIELD STATOR EXCITER SIDE END SHIELD

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Stator Frame TARI 108/46

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Stator Core
• Made up of punched segments of thin sheets of ETS • Punchings coated by insulating varnish • Vent segments at designed intervals for flow of cooling gas • Compressed with tension bolts, pressure plate and clamping fingers • Stepped arrangement at the end for reduction in eddy current losses

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Core Suspension - TARI/THRI TG

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Core Suspension - Air Cooled TG
Location for Spring Core Housing

Core End Plate

Core

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Core Suspension - 500 MW

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End Shield
• Closes both ends of Stator Frame •Fabricated rigid box type structure in two parts • Supports and houses bearings • Provision for mounting Shaft seal body, Oil catchers, etc • Provision for supply of Bearing Oil, Seal oil, Thrust oil and its drain

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End Shield (Exciter side 500 MW)

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End Shield (Turbine side 500 MW)

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Stator Winding
• Three phase windings in two layers of individual bars • Top and bottom bar displaced by one winding pitch and connected to coil groups • Coil groups connected to Connecting Bus bar and finally to Term Bushing • Involute shape at the end of bar helps withstands various forces • Micalastic Insulation System (VPI process) - Micalastic good conductor of heat - Low flamability - High resistance to moisture and chemical action - Accommodates thermo-mechanical stresses - Retains properties even after years of operation
VPI- Vacuum Pressure Impregnation

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Stator Winding Assembly

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

CO RE CLAM PIN G FIN GE R PRE S S URE PLAT E T OP BAR BO T T OM BAR PHASE CONN E CT OR GAS O UT LE T GAS INLE T T E RM INAL BUS H IN G

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Stator END Winding Support

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Stator End Winding Assembly

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Stator End Winding 500 MW

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Stator End Winding 500 MW

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Rotor
1. A high strength alloy steel single forging prepared by vacuum cast steel 2. Slots for housing field windings 3. Strong coupling for withstanding short circuit forces 4. Bending critical speed away ±5% of operating speed 5. Supported on two journal Bearings 6. Provision of axial fan/compressor for forced ventilation 7. Provision of damper wedges for increasing negative sequence capability of rotor

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Rotor Body

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Rotor Body with cross Pole Slot
Rotor Wedge

Cross Pole Slot

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Rotor Slot
Rotor Wedge Top Slot Liner Conductor

Inter turn Insulation Slot Liner

Sub Slot

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Arrangement of Damper Wedges

1. ROTOR BODY 2. DAMPER BAR 3. SILVER PLATED ROTOR END WEDGE 4. ROTOR WINDING

5. RETAINING RING 6. SILVER PLATED SHRINK SEAT 7. TRANSVERSE SLOTS 8. ROTOR WEDGE

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Rotor End Winding
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1. ROTOR BODY 2. SNAP RING 3. TERMINAL LUG 4. ROTOR WINDING 5. FILLER

6. GAS BAFFLE 7. RETAINING RING 8. END RING 9. BALANCING BORE

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Rotor End Winding

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Rotor Fan Blades

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Rotor Slip Ring

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Bearing Assembly
• It is sleeve Bearing • Supports Rotor weight • Reduces shaft vibrations • Minimises frictional losses • Located in End Shields or outside stator depending upon type of machine • Self aligning outer part • Insulated from Stator or End Shield to prevent flow of shaft current • Inner surface is made of babbit material (Tin alloy)

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Bearing Assembly

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Bearing Assembly

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Bearing Assembly

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Shaft Seal Assembly
• Prevents escape of H2 through junction of rotor and stationary part • Maintains continuous oil film between Seal Ring and rotor journal • Clearance should be sufficient to maintain oil film without unnecessary large oil flow and with minimum frictional losses • Ring relief oil for balancing the gas pressure on seal ring • Inner surface of Babbit material

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Shaft Seal Assembly
Hydrogen Side Air Side

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

OIL WIPE R RIN G AIR S IDE S E AL RING CHAM BE R PRE S S U RE OIL G RO OVE BABBIT S E AL OIL IN LE T BO RE S E AL OIL GROO VE

7. S E AL RING 8 . S E AL RIN G CARRIE R 9 . OIL W IPE R RIN G H2 S IDE 10. S E AL S T RIP 11. ROT O R S HAFT 12. IN NE R LABY RINT H RING

13. IN S UL AT ION 14. PACKIN G 15. S E AL OIL G RO OVE 16. E N D S HIE LD

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Terminal Bushing
• Tubular construction for gas / water cooling • High conductivity copper for taking out electrical power • Connection flanges are silver plated to minimise contact resistances • Insulated with a epoxy resin cylinder or porcelain cylinder • Differential pressure of gases or forced water for cooling • Bolted on to stator bottom/top directly or housed in a box type construction which is bolted to stator bottom

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Terminal Bushing

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Cooling of Terminal Bushing

1. HYDROGEN SIDE FLANGE 2. TUBULAR COPPER COND. 3. INSULATING CYLINDER 4. MOUNTING FLANGE 5. RUBBER GASKET 6. AIR SIDE TERMINAL BOLT

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Terminal Bushings Arrangement TARI

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Terminal Bushings Arrangement THRI

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

CO RE CLAM PIN G FIN GE R PRE S S URE PLAT E T OP BAR BO T T OM BAR PHASE CONN E CT OR GAS O UT LE T GAS INLE T T E RM INAL BUS H IN G

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Terminal Bushing Box 500 MW

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Excitation System
1. Static Excitation
• Rotor Field Winding is connected to Slipring mounted on rotor • Excitation is provided by current transfer by contact through Carbon Brushes, Slipring and field lead Brush Gear

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Static Excitation System

Brush Gear Assly BHEL Hardwar

Brush Holder

Brushless Excitation System
2. Brushless Exciter
•Eliminates Slip Rings, Brushgear and Field Breaker •Eliminates all problems associated with transfer of current via sliding contacts •Simple, Reliable and ideally suited for large sets •Minimum operating and maintenance cost •Self generating excitation unaffected by system fault/disturbances because of shaft mounted pilot exciter •Increasingly popular system the world over

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Brushless Exciter
•High response excitation with fast acting AVR •Multi contact electrical connections between exciter and generator field •Stroboscope for fuse failure detection •Rotor Earth fault monitoring system •RC circuit to avoid over voltages •Dehumidifier for use during shut down

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Brushless Exciter

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Rectifier Wheel

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PMG Rotor & Fan

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Auxiliary System

1. Primary Water System 2. Seal Oil System 3. Gas Flow System

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Primary Water System
Losses in wdg, bushings, bus bar are dissipated
1. PRIMARY WATER TANK 2. PRESSURE REGULATOR 3. WASTE GAS TO ATM. 4. PUMP 5. COOLER 6. FILTER 7. BYPASS LINE 8. CW FOR STATOR WDG. 9. ION EXCHANGER 10. CW FOR BUSHINGS 11. TEFLON HOSE 12. C W MANIFOLD

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Seal Oil System
Prevents H2 losses at the shaft entry into stator

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Gas System
Facilitates H2 filling & maintains gas pressure in stator
1. H2 BOTTLE 2. H2 PRESS REDUCER 3. N2 BOTTLE. 4. N2 PRESS REDUCER 5. PW TANK 6. PRESS CONTROLLER 7. UPR. GEN GAS HEADER 8. LWR.GEN GAS HEADER 9. GAS DRIER HEATER 10. GAS DRIER FAN 11. GAS DRIER CHAMBER 12. CO2/H2 PURITY TRANS. 13. DEHYDR. FILTER 14. PRESS REDUCER 15. COMPRD. AIR HOSE 16. COMPRD. AIR FILTER 17. CO2 FLASH EVAPORTR 18. CO2 BOTTLE

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Generating testing
1. Mechanical test 2. Open Circuit test 3. Short circuit test 4. Sudden short circuit test 5. Voltage wave form 6. Tan  test 7. Vibration Measurement

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500 MW Generator on test bed

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Gas Turbine Generator-Faridabad

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Gas Turbine Generator- Baiji, IRAQ

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New dev - Total Impregnated generator
STATOR WINDING AND CORE BECOMES A MONOLITHIC STRUCTURE : NO VOIDS, LESSER VIBRATIONS & BETTER HEAT TRANSFER THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF VPI INSU. 2.2 - 2.5 mW/Cm°C THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF H2 THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF AIR 1.4 - 1.5 mW/Cm°C 0.257 mW / Cm °C

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Advantages of Total Impregnated generator
+ PARTIAL DISCHARGES ARE REDUCED, RESULTING IN BETTER LIFE OF MACHINE + NO POSSIBILITY OF CORE OR BAR LOOSENESS: Thus a major cause of failure, resulting in stator earth faults is eliminated. + NO POSSIBILTY OF LOOSENESS IN STATOR WINDING OVERHANG: Lesser overhang vibrations. Glue injection in overhang is not required. + NO POSSIBILTY OF WEDGE LOOSENESS Wedge tightness checking not required. Rotor withdrawl during initial inspection not required. + LESSER MAINTENANCE + LESSER OVERHAUL TIME
+ REDUCTION

IN SPARES INVENTORY - STATOR BARS AND STATOR SLOT WEDGES ARE NO MORE REQUIRED AS SPARES

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WOUND STATOR CORE BEING LOADED FOR TOTAL IMPREGNATION

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CURING OF TOTALLY IMPREGNATED WOUND CORE

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INSERTION OF IMPREGNATED WOUND CORE IN STATOR

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