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Elevated temperatures take a big toll on gas turbine components risking cracks, corrosion, wall thickness, and material condition. Repair enhancements can extend a part’s life by slowing its degradation and pushing out its usable service life. Operators can see significant savings by opting for lower-cost repaired spares instead of new parts as demonstrated in the…
The countdown was set for T-19 days to complete a 7FA gas turbine hot gas path inspection together with a 7FH2 generator inspection and repairs providing all services, labor, and parts. While the average time for such project can be much higher, the Mechanical Dynamics & Analysis (MD&A) team of experts was able to perform…
As fossil plants look for new methods of minimizing corrosion, on-line analyzers are gaining importance. An analyzer for chloride and sulfate allows rapid response to rising levels of these corrosive ions. Learn more
Conductivity sensors can do more than just measure conductivity. Calculated values using conductivity data can provide valuable cycle chemistry information, confirm on-line sensor values, save time, and reduce costs. Learn more.
Oxidation reduction potential (ORP) measurement continues to be an essential tool in power plant water chemistry to monitor chemical dosing and impurities which can initiate corrosion. Advances in sensor technology make ORP measurement easier than ever before. Read the article.
The most common causes of corrosion are low pH, the presence of dissolved gas (oxygen), under deposit attack, and areas weakened by mechanical stress which ultimately leads to fatigue cracking. Check out how to prevent it!
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