An Introduction to Thermal Power Plant Engineering and Operation

Publisher : Notion Press

ISBN-13 : 1643248634

Page : 390 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 634 voters

This book is intended to meet the requirements of the fresh engineers on the field to endow them with indispensable information, technical know-how to work in the power plant industries and its associated plants. The book provides a thorough understanding and the operating principles to solve the elementary and the difficult problems faced by the modern young engineers while working in the industries. This book is written on the basis of ‘hands-on’ experience, sound and in-depth knowledge gained by the authors during their experiences faced while working in this field. The problem generally occurs in the power plants during operation and maintenance. It has been explained in a lucid language.

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