11 May 2012 Design validation of an air cooled turbo generator by using fibre optic sensors in a shop test
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The increasing need of energy and the increasing share of renewables in electric power generation demands higher flexibility in the operation of conventional power plants. Turbo generators have to face higher stress during operation without consuming additional life time. For the first time in a shop test a new generator design was extensively evaluated by using about 250 fibre optic sensors - mostly new developed - to control temperature, strain, movement and vibration.
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T. Bosselmann, T. Bosselmann, M. Willsch, M. Willsch, M. Villnow, M. Villnow, S. Strack, S. Strack, V. Chernogorski, V. Chernogorski, J. R. Weidner, J. R. Weidner, R. Roeding, R. Roeding, U. Schwanengel, U. Schwanengel, L. Trefflich, L. Trefflich, S. Lindholm, S. Lindholm, E. Abromitis, E. Abromitis, "Design validation of an air cooled turbo generator by using fibre optic sensors in a shop test", Proc. SPIE 8370, Fiber Optic Sensors and Applications IX, 83700H (11 May 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.918416; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.918416
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