# The Basic Requirements for Modern Diagnostic Systems of Powerful Turbogenerators

D. I. Khvalin

Institute for Safety Problems of Nuclear Power Plants,
NAS of Ukraine, 12, Lysogirska st., Kyiv, 03028, Ukraine

DOI: doi.org/10.31717/2311-8253.22.1.3

### Abstract

A turbogenerators design complication and the use of new auxiliary systems for the cooling intensification with increasing power unit lead to the decrease of their reliability. Therefore, the system and methods of control and diagnostics of generators main component parts to compensate this decrease of turdogenerators reliability were developed. In the paper, a system analysis for the reliability of nuclear power stations turbogenerators was carried out, and the main damaging elements and components, that were determined. It was found that almost half of the damages are stator and rotor, a third of which — stator core and winding bars defects. Modern diagnostic methods of technical condition for stator and rotor elements of powerful generators as well as their advantages and drawback are considered. All this allowed us to formulate the basic principles of diagnostic system construction for nuclear power stations powerful turbogenerators, which are based on the continuous control of the data on their most important parameters and defects, and deviations identification occurring in the most of operation cases as well as preventing further work of equipment. The economic effect owing to the introduction of monitoring and diagnostic modern systems is ensured by increasing the reliability of electric power equipment operation, reduction downtime due to emergency shutdowns of generators, decrease unplanned electricity underproduction, reducing in time and cost of repair and restoration work, the number of consumable spare parts and materials, as well as economic losses due to unplanned downtime of nuclear power plant unit.

Keywords: powerful turbogenerator, nuclear power plant, damage, diagnostics, control, safety, reliability, efficiency.

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2022-06-30

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