Power Generation Handbook Second Edition

Power Generation Handbook Second Edition
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Power Generation Handbook Second Edition Fundamentals of Low-Emission, High-Efficiency Power Plant Operation by Philip Kiameh. The Handbook provides detailed information about all types of power plants including gas turbines, steam power plants, co-generation, combined-cycle power plants, and solar and wind power plants. The book covers all of the components of these power plants such as compressors, gas turbines, steam turbines, wind turbines, solar photovoltaic cells, combustors, heat recovery steam generators, governing systems, deaerators, condensers, feedwater heaters, pumps, lubricating systems, absorption chillers, transformers, and generators in detail.

The Contents of Power Generation Handbook Second Edition

  • Review of Thermodynamic Principles
  • Steam Power Plants
  • Steam Turbine Components
  • Steam Turbines and Auxiliaries
  • Power Station Performance Monitoring
  • Turbine Governing Systems
  • Steam Chests and Valves
  • Turbine Protective Devices
  • Turbine Instrumentation
  • Lubrication Systems
  • Gland Sealing System
  • Gas Turbine Fundamentals
  • An Overview of Gas Turbines
  • Gas Turbine Compressors
  • Gas Turbine Design
  • Gas Turbine Calculations
  • Gas Turbine Combustors
  • Power Plant Equipment Operation and Maintenance Guide
  • Axial-Flow Turbines
  • Gas Turbine Materials
  • Gas Turbine Lubrication and Fuel Systems
  • Gas Turbine Bearings and Seals
  • Gas Turbine Instrumentation and Control Systems
  • Gas Turbine Performance Characteristics
  • Gas Turbine Emission Guidelines and Control Methods
  • Combined Cycles
  • Selection Considerations of Combined Cycles and Co-generation Plants
  • Co-generation Application Considerations
  • Wind Power Generation
  • Solar Power
  • Fundamentals of Electrical Systems
  • Introduction to Machinery Principles
  • Transformer Components and Maintenance
  • AC Machine Fundamentals
  • Generator Components, Auxiliaries, and Excitation
  • Multiple-Choice Questions on Thermodynamic Principles.

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