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Lecture - 8 Thermal Power Plants

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Lecture Series on Energy Resources and Technology by Prof.S.Banerjee,Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
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Nahom Ghirmay (29 days ago)
excellent lecture!
Amitava Ghosh (1 month ago)
what a nice lecture Sir...please upload all the lecture of power plant Engineering
Rahul Kambale (1 month ago)
Maza aagaya
Chinni Neetha25 (9 months ago)
very gd explanation sir
KAMARAJ VIJAYARAJAN (10 months ago)
Impressive explanation connecting with ranking cycle
md arsad ali (10 months ago)
Everything is vary well, only voice level is low please improve it level Thank you sir
MATHEMATICS KA ABCD (11 months ago)
Thanks Sir
Aditya Gadkari (1 year ago)
Sir ur a Legend 👍
Rahul Pataliya (1 year ago)
(HP) rating calculated from electrical megawatt (500MW) and by mechanical formula. Is it same or different if different then how can we calculate?
Josuel Quiambao (1 year ago)
nice guys
NISHANT THAKER (1 year ago)
why volume of LP turbine is more than HP turbine.....
Jervinne Lester Cruz (1 year ago)
Because the volume of steam that passes through the HP turbine becomes bigger. To capture the enlarge steam, LP turbine were made bigger
vignessh k (1 year ago)
Do you think really pump will increase temperature bit..??? if yes, how its increasing..?? in pump there is no heating device, no heat transfer equipment not fixed with pump. when you pushing water defiantly temperature will not increase... still if you think temperature will get increase kindly explain.....
KAMARAJ VIJAYARAJAN (10 months ago)
Definitely. This is because in the driving motor rotor winding losses will be there. The order of the losses ordinarily of theorder of 10percent. This heat distributes in the water
robin parkar (1 year ago)
Gay-Lussac's Law: The Pressure Temperature Law. This law states that the pressure of a given amount of gas held at constant volume is directly proportional to the Kelvin temperature. As the pressure goes up, thetemperature also goes up, and vice-versa. i hope you got the answer
Saptarshi Mandal (1 year ago)
Pump is doing work on fluid.........this work is converted into mainly pressure energy and slight temperature rise.
ARVIND CHAURASIYA (1 year ago)
sir your voice is very slow. try to improve at a level that viewer will learn easily. thank u.
Gyani Kumar (1 year ago)
pande sar
Partha Pratim Garai (1 year ago)
thank u sir, for clear my basic knowlege,,,wowww
PiYuSH PaTiL (2 years ago)
Tej bolna aur valume badana
leenayabooh (2 years ago)
Thanks. I am wondering about the efficiency of learning. Suppose this lecture is written (how many words...) and the diagrams printed on paper. How long will it take to read and undersatand the written material?
ganesh kamesh (2 years ago)
very nice explanation
ganesh kamesh (2 years ago)
very nice explanation
Hassan M (2 years ago)
very excellent . thanks a lot
Akshay kumar Tiwari (2 years ago)
maja aa gaya ...sare doubt clear ho gaye . par agle lecture me thoda tej bolna .
Gm Ansari (2 years ago)
very helpful..
Sarju017 (2 years ago)
excellent thanks
Mohammed Affan (3 years ago)
Excellent Lecture sir :)
FJFICM (3 years ago)
Hi guys, 1 question, I thought to get into IIT especially in Engineering, the JEE students would have a good grasp of elementary thermodynamics already? Am I mistaken?
Vishal Yadav (3 years ago)
its really nice
Abderrahmane gouasmi (3 years ago)
good lucture. i appreciated a lot. The thing i dont understand is the kind of people who blame this video beacause of an accent! stupid, what accent you are talking about. if your level is low, improve and dont criticize all the way. Thank you sir once more.
krishkrishify (4 years ago)
thanku sir...
Md nazish ali (5 years ago)
Excellent lob sir
Shankar Bob (5 years ago)
very informative, saves a lot of time for some one who is new to thermal engg...
Shravan Rajbhar (5 years ago)
awsom
Paki man (6 years ago)
Theory is useless unless you practically work as intern.... there was complete different story when i actually worked as intern in steam power plant/////
Waseem Anwar (2 years ago)
what if you did not study theory , you cant even find a single difference. This Professor Is really good don't use 'useless word' with his great full efforts .
@indrajitmukherjee: may be the video is not fully downloaded
sanket bidvi (7 years ago)
niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Indrajit Mukherjee (7 years ago)
I downloaded this lecture but the file shows a total duration of only 6 min 54 secs. Can someone please tell me why the full lecture is not downloading?
Indrajit Mukherjee (7 years ago)
I downloaded this lecture but the file shows a total duration of only 6 min 54 secs? Can someone please tell me why the full lecture is not downloading?
Moataz Elmasry (8 years ago)
@mahdert it is in english fuckhead.
jaga (8 years ago)
no audio kindly check it
baaasil (8 years ago)
@mahdert funny
Irshad Ashrafi (8 years ago)
I dont think that the lecture is in any other language....it might be the accent which is making the lecture incomprehensive to you...
Janak Sinh (9 years ago)
sorry sir but sound level is so low . pl do for same.
janiguru1 (9 years ago)
Sir, Please increase the volume of this series of lectures. The sound is very low and cannot be understood even with the headphones on.

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