International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

TC 4

Hydraulic turbines

 

Detail

Committee
Working Groups
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Current

Status

Frcst Pub

Date

Stability

Date

TC 4WG 27 D.R. WebbPPUB 2020

History

Stage
Document
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PNW
4/145/NP Word file 125 kB
1997-10-31 
ANW
4/149/RVN PDF file 21 kB
1998-03-151998-03
1CD
4/156/CD PDF file 157 kB
1999-06-111998-12
A2CD
4/172/CC PDF file 275 kB
2001-05-252000-12
2CD
4/174/CD PDF file 276 kB
2001-06-012001-06
CDM
4/182/CC Word file 47 kB
PDF file 76 kB
2001-09-142001-09
ACDV
4/182A/CC Word file 78 kB
PDF file 29 kB
2002-11-082002-11
CCDV
4/187/CDV PDF file 238 kB
PDF file 249 kB
2003-10-102002-11
AFDIS
4/192/RVC Word file 158 kB
PDF file 118 kB
2004-05-212004-06
DECFDIS
2004-06-112004-10
RFDIS
2004-06-142004-06
CFDIS
4/196/FDIS

2004-08-202004-09
APUB
4/200/RVD PDF file 71 kB
2004-10-252004-12
BPUB
2004-10-262005-01
PPUB
2004-11-242005-02
  

Abstract

Provides a basis for the formulation of guarantees applied to cavitation pitting for reaction hydraulic turbines, storage pumps and pump-turbines. It addresses the measurement and evaluation of the amount of cavitation pitting on certain specified machine components for given conditions, which are defined in the contract by output, specific hydraulic energy (E), speed, material, operation, etc. The cavitation-pitting evaluation is based on the loss of material during a given time and under accurately defined operating conditions. All wetted surfaces are considered

Project

IEC 60609-1:2004 ED1

Hydraulic turbines, storage pumps and pump-turbines - Cavitation pitting evaluation - Part 1: Evaluation in reaction turbines, storage pumps and pump-turbines

 

 

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CA/1869/MTG

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