Assembly of High Pressure Module of Steam Turbine

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A REPORT
ON

ASSEMBLY OF THE HIGH PRESSURE MODULE OF STEAM TURBINE

BY
APOORV MOHAN SHRIVASTAV

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF

Shri. Jagarnath Orav
Senior Manager (IMM)
BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED, BHOPAL (MADHYA PRADESH)

MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
(A Constituent College of Manipal University)

MANIPAL – 576104, KARNATAKA, INDIA

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that this project report carried out by Mr. APOORV MOHAN SHRIVASTAV, student of B.E. AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING, of MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MANIPAL (KARNATAKA), is hereby accepted and approved. The report is Submitted in fulfilment for the requirement of the course. It is a bona-fide record of the work done by him under supervision of SHRI. Jagarnath Orav (Senior Manager) during his stay as a trainee at IMM Division, BHEL, BHOPAL, from July 4, 2013 to July 31, 2013.

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Shri Jagarnath Orav
Senior Manager (I.M.M.)
BHEL, Bhopal

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude towards Shri Jagarnath Orav (Senior Manager, IMM) for guiding us and giving us his invaluable and precious time. He directed us to learn about the machines, which were new to us. Without his help and support the completion of this project would have been a very difficult task. We would also like to thank our instructor Shri Satish Kumar Dubey who helped us enormously throughout. We would also like to thank Shri J.C. Sharma and Shri Suresh Nema (HRDC) for helping us in the allocation of appropriate departments and in a hundred little ways. Thanking the dedicated officials and staff of Steam Turbine Department, we would like to make a special mention of Shri Anand Dubey, Shri Sudipto, Shri Sumesh for giving us practical knowledge and day to day utility of the subject. We would also like to thank Shri R.B. Patil (AGM, Steam Turbine) for providing his constant help and support. Last but not the least, we would like to thank BHEL for providing us the

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