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Turbine Eccentricity
Power generation equipment control. topic
Posted by John on 6 October, 2010 - 11:23 pm
Could you please explain me the difference and definition of Turbine Eccentricity, Rotor position, vibration pick up

Thank you


Posted by tim on 16 January, 2011 - 2:45 am
Turbine eccentricity is the amount that the turbine shaft deviates from a perfect circle while in motion. Essentially it is how much it wobbles. Turbine position is sometimes referred to as spindle position and it refers to the horizontal movement of the shaft.

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