State of the art of stator winding supports in slot area and winding overhang of hydro generators
Generator reliability and integrity in service is closely linked to the design and the performance of the stator winding support systems. Winding support systems must effectively ensure mechanical integrity of the stator winding, in the stator end-winding as well as the stator slot area. These systems are some of the most critical generator components to be manufactured to the highest standards as it directly affects the reliability and availability of generators.
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