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BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
BHEL Vocational Training
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BHEL Vocational Training

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  • 1. Heavy Electrical Equipment Plant (HEEP) Created By – Paramjeet Singh Jamwal Submitted to – Mrs. Anuradha Session – 2010-2011
  • 2.  Largest Engineering and Manufacturing Enterprise. Manufacturing Electrical and Mechanical Equipment. Ranked among the top 10 companies in the world. 10 Manufacturing Divisions, 8 Service Centers, 4 Power factor regional Centers, Projects sites.
  • 3.  Production started in January 1967. In 1976, agreement with M/s Kraftwerk Union, AG of Germany. More than 40% of Electrical Energy.
  • 4. 250 MW Totally Impregnated
  • 5. • Voltage - 16500Main Output • Current – 10291 • Voltage – 299 V Excitation • Current – 2497 A • 294100 KVA Power • 25000 KW • Direct gas cooling of stator winding. Cooling • Indirect gas cooling of rotor winding. • Gas pressure – 4 kg/cm2 Other • Coolant - Hydrogen
  • 6. RotorStator • Stator • Rotor shaft frame • Rotor • Stator core winding • Core • Rotor winding retaing assembly rings
  • 7.  Single piece construction of welded steel. Supports the laminated core and winding. Minimize core vibrations and ensure efficient cooling. Guide bars are welded inside the stator frame. Rigid casing is required.
  • 8.  Mounted in outer casing by welded springs. Made by stacking from the insulated electrical sheet steel lamination. mounted in supporting rings over the insulated dovetail guide bars. Core is made of thin laminations in order to minimize eddy current losses. Ventilation ducts are distribute the gas accurately over the core.
  • 9. Stacking of the stator core Insulated guide bars are installed in the respective slots The supporting rings are welded together to form a cageInstallation of core and winding assembly in the outer casing
  • 10.  Single piece solid forging manufactured from a vacuum casting. Rotor shaft is forged from a vacuum cast steel ingot. Aprox 60% of the rotor body circumference is provided with logitudinal slots which hold the field winding. Non uniform slot distribution on the circumference.
  • 11.  Consist of several coils which are inserted into the slots. Two coil group form one pole. Several series connected turn each coil. Each turn consist of two longitudinal and two transverse turns. Turns of the coils are insulated from each other by interlayer.
  • 12.  It contained the centrifugal force of the rotor end windings. Made of non-magnetic high strength steel (reduce stray losses). Secured in the axial position by a snap rings.
  • 13. Different moment of inertia are obtained in the main axis of the rotor. Causes oscillating shaft deflection at twice the system frequency. To reduce these vibrations pole axis and naturalaxis are compensated by transverse sloting of poles.

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