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Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation 1
Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation 1 Specification of a Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation (TSI) system can be an exhausting process when the individual parameters must be specified
Gardening: Lighting Terminology & Lighting System Comparisons
Lumen: This is the basic unit of light. If you could grab a bunch of light in your arms, the term lumen would describe the amount of light that you have. Since this is the description of th
Laser Alignment of Cooling Tower Jack Shaft
Application Note Courtesy of Damalini Proper Alignment Will Reduce Your Carbon Footprint! Traditionally, maintenance departments do not sing their own praises. Maybe that should change? In many co
Differential / Rotor Expansion
Differential / Rotor Expansion Differential Expansion (DE) and/or Rotor Expansion (RE) are very important measurements usually supplied by the Original Equipment Manufacture (OEM) as part of a
Eccentricity Shaft Eccentricity plays a very important role as part of a Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation (TSI) System on large steam turbines and should be included in retro-fit p
Fault Detection / OK Circuits
Fault Detection / OK Circuits Over the years, two methods of vibration transducer fault detection have become prominent: OK Circuits and Fault Detection Circuits. The objective of b
Thrust Position
Thrust Position Thrust Position Monitoring was one of the earliest applications for Eddy Current Transducers. When utilized for this application, it is one of the most important componen
Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation
Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation Improve Reliability and Performance with a TSI from STI Vibration Monitoring STI’s Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation (TSI) Systems provide cont
Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation: Shell or Case Expansion
Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation: Shell or Case Expansion Shell or Case Expansion is a very important measurement as part of a Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation (TSI) System for la
Marine Corrosion
  Link to RDI-CRE Corrosion Sensor and Kit   Marine Corrosion  Types of Marine Corrosion: Metal parts underwater are subjected to two basic types of corrosion: g
Intrinsically Safe or Explosion-proof? Understanding the technology
Printable Version Intrinsic Safety – the basics The term “Intrinsically Safe” (I.S.) is frequently used to describe any product destined for an explosive area. In reality, I.S. is a protection concep