Case Study : IDENTIFYING VANE FAILURE IN TURBINE DATA
As combustion turbines are the central power-producing asset in today’s modern-day combined-cycle power plant, their availability is a closely watched metric, with best-in-class gas-fired turbines operating at >95% 1. Operators set budgets and forecast total output for the year based on this metric and the ability to effectively manage most downtime through scheduled maintenance. But there still remains the risk of unexpected trips and outages that are difficult to account for and negatively impact these projections.
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