Emergency diesel generators for run down conditions. Parts A and B
In 1978 the Working Group ernbarked on a programrn ta examine the various aspects involved in the specification for Diesel Generators for ernergency nm doivn conditions in thermal power stations.
The subject was originally divided into four sections :
a) Philosophy and Single Line Diagrarns;
b) Diesel Generator Roorn or Housing;
c) The Diesel Engine;
d) The Generator.
The final report for parts C and D was published in Electra No. 86 January 1983, pages 23 to 31.
ln order not to clash with work being carried out by other Working Groups, WG 11.06 has exarnined a typical single line diagrarn only briefly. This paper will therefore concentrate on the study of the philosophy and the detailed examination of the Diesel Generator Room or enclosure.
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