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000128939 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1109/ICELMACH.2008.4799905
000128939 020__ $$a978-1-4244-1735-3
000128939 02470 $$2ISI$$a000269315000087
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000128939 245__ $$aAn innovative Inductive Air-Gap Monitoring System for Large Low Speed Hydro-Generators
000128939 260__ $$c2008
000128939 269__ $$a2008
000128939 336__ $$aConference Papers
000128939 520__ $$a Large low speed hydro-generators (Fig. 1) have a very small specific air-gap to stator bore diameter ratio making it virtually impossible to have a perfect centering of the rotor within the stator during the assembly process. Therefore the machines are operated with an eccentricity that, though small, is not negligible, and is the cause of undesirable effects: considerable unbalanced magnetic pulls, vibrations, additional losses. It is therefore important to assess the eccentricity and even more to check its trend in case of any stator or rotor deformations in order to guarantee a safe operation and to prevent any serious damage at an early stage.
000128939 6531_ $$aAir-Gap
000128939 6531_ $$aMonitoring 
000128939 6531_ $$aSystem
000128939 6531_ $$aLarge Low
000128939 6531_ $$aSpeed Hydro-Generators
000128939 700__ $$0240024$$aSimond, J.-J.$$g106434
000128939 700__ $$0240775$$aTu Xuan, M.$$g106589
000128939 700__ $$0242130$$aWetter, R.$$g106732
000128939 7112_ $$aICEM'08XVIII  18th International Conference on Electrical Machines $$cVilamoura, Algarve, Portugal$$dSeptember 6-9, 2008
000128939 773__ $$q468-472$$tIcem: 2008 International Conference On Electrical Machines, Vols 1- 4
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000128939 937__ $$aLME-CONF-2008-012
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