Report on Large Turbine Generator Maintenance Practices.
AbstractsPreventive maintenance of generators is an important contribution to the improvement of their availability. The number and nature of the maintenance tasks as well as the periodicity depend largely upon the machine type, its design and its duty type. These practices are generally agreed between the manufacturer and the user.
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Study Committee : 11 (now A1) ?
WG (TF): WG 11.01
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