Turbine Oil Quality and Field Application Requirements / ST. Swift, KD. Butler, W. Dewald
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- Power generation and other types of industrial turbines have always required the use of high quality lubricants. This paper will discuss the evolution of turbine oil formulation technology, and the use of different quality products in different applications. The original ¿̐ưR&O¿̐ư type circulating oils, which are suitable for use in many hydraulic and steam turbine systems, have a long and successful history. Next came high performance products, designed for increased operating life. Finally, products have been introduced recently that provide the high stability needed for systems which operate under severe conditions of thermal stress, such as may occur in certain gas turbine operations.
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- Volume 2001, Issue 1407 (January 2001)
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