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Working Principle of Hydroelectric Power Plant

Working Principle of Hydroelectric Power Plant: The oldest and cheapest method of Working Principle of Hydroelectric Power Plant is that of utilizing the potential energy of water. The energy is obtained almost free of running cost and is completely pollution free. Of course, it involves high capital cost because of the heavy civil engineering construction …

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Working Principle of Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plant

Working Principle of Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plant: With increasing availability of natural gas (methane) (recent finds in Bangladesh) prime movers based on Gas Turbines have been developed on the lines similar to those used in aircraft. Gas combustion generates high temperatures and pressures, so that the efficiency of the gas turbine is comparable …

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Cogeneration Power Plant and Topping and Bottoming Cycle in Cogeneration

Cogeneration Power Plant | Topping and Bottoming Cycle in Cogeneration: Considering the tremendous amount of waste heat generated in thermal power generation, it is advisable to save fuel by the simultaneous generation of electricity and steam (or hot water) for industrial use or space heating. Now called Cogeneration Power Plant, such systems have long been …

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Introduction to Modern Power System Planning

Introduction to Modern Power System Planning: In Modern Power System Planning, electric energy is an essential ingredient for the industrial and all-round development of any country. It is a coveted form of energy, because it can be generated centrally in bulk and transmitted economically over long distances. Further, it can be adapted easily and efficiently …

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Dynamic Characteristics in Qualities of Measurement

Dynamic Characteristics: Instruments rarely respond instantaneously to changes in the measured variables. Instead, they exhibit slowness or sluggishness due to such things as mass, thermal capacitance, fluid capacitance or electric capacitance. In addition to this, pure delay in time is often encountered where the instrument waits for some reaction to take place. Such industrial instruments …

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Recent Trends in Electric Machines

Recent Trends in Electric Machines: Recent Trends in Electric Machines are neural networks, Artificial Intelligence, expert system, fibre communications and integrated electronics, hot superconductors and other new ceramic conducting and dielectric materials, magnetic levitation etc. should help young electrical engineers to develop newer, cheaper and more effective electrical energy converters and their controllers. Among all the …

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