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Hydraulic<br />	 Turbines<br />
Kaplan Turbine<br />General Features<br />- Kaplan Turbines are most suitable for  low head 	applications in the range fro...
Kaplan Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Jebba-Nigeria <br />
Kaplan Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Kainji- Nigeria<br />
Kaplan Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Arkansas 2, USA<br />(3x35 MW), 3* indicates units used<br />
Francis Turbine<br />General Features<br /><ul><li>heads of 20 m up to 700 m and outputs up to 700 MW can 	be covered by F...
Francis Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Atatürk, Turkey<br />The scope of supply includes eight Francis turbines ...
Francis Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Tarbela 11-14, Pakistan<br />Between 1977 and 1985 10 Francis units with ...
Francis Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Birecik, Turkey<br />The project signed in March 1993, and was completed ...
Pelton Turbine<br />General Features<br />This turbine concept with horizontal<br />and vertical shaft design utilizes the...
Pelton Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Bieudron, Switzerland<br />Includes model investigation of the runners, de...
Pelton Turbine<br />
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  1. 1. Hydraulic<br /> Turbines<br />
  2. 2. Kaplan Turbine<br />General Features<br />- Kaplan Turbines are most suitable for low head applications in the range from 20 m to 70 m<br />- The output power may reach the 200 MW <br /> for the largest applications <br />
  3. 3. Kaplan Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Jebba-Nigeria <br />
  4. 4. Kaplan Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Kainji- Nigeria<br />
  5. 5. Kaplan Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Arkansas 2, USA<br />(3x35 MW), 3* indicates units used<br />
  6. 6. Francis Turbine<br />General Features<br /><ul><li>heads of 20 m up to 700 m and outputs up to 700 MW can be covered by Francis type turbines today.</li></ul> -runner diameters could reach 8,000 mm.<br />
  7. 7. Francis Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Atatürk, Turkey<br />The scope of supply includes eight Francis turbines equipped with electronic speed governors and eight biplane butterfly shutoff valves with a nominal diameter of 5,700 mm.<br />A generating capacity of 2,590 MW and contributes about 8 billion kWh to Turkey’s electrical energy requirements.<br />
  8. 8. Francis Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Tarbela 11-14, Pakistan<br />Between 1977 and 1985 10 Francis units with a generating capacity of 1,750 MW (10 x 175 MW) were installed.<br /> The Tarbela project, located some 70 km to the north-west of Islamabad<br />
  9. 9. Francis Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Birecik, Turkey<br />The project signed in March 1993, and was completed in October 2001. The operation period is determined to be 15 years starting from the date of commercial operation.<br />The power station includes six large units - each having the capacity of 112 MW and the total installed capacity reaches to 672 MW.<br />
  10. 10. Pelton Turbine<br />General Features<br />This turbine concept with horizontal<br />and vertical shaft design utilizes the<br />highest heads up to 1,800 m. One to<br />six jets can cover a wide range of<br />application<br />
  11. 11. Pelton Turbine<br />Practical Applications<br />Bieudron, Switzerland<br />Includes model investigation of the runners, design and supply of the five nozzle Pelton turbines with digital speed governors as well as the supply of three spherical valves with a rated diameter of 1,400 mm and design pressure 203 bars and manifolds.<br />
  12. 12. Pelton Turbine<br />
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