It seems they were used to the high levels of vibration. Before the accident, it was the largest hydroelectric power station in Russia and the sixth-largest hydroelectric power station in the world, by average power generation.
The problem was observed many times and yet the load on turbine 2 was not reduced. Figure 6 bellow shows data of the vibration from the plant logs. As the plant general director, Nikolai Nevolko, was celebrating his anniversary, early in the morning he went to Abakan to greet the arriving guests, and none of the workers present wanted, or had the authority, to make decisions about further actions regarding the turbine.
Afanasyev believes that the attack is "probably connected to his articles about the accident". In later times the impregnation was repeated by Russian companies.
At the same time, pressurized water flooded the rooms and damaged plant constructions. Staff should be given sufficient training and guidelines to handle emergency situation. He said that the accident probably would not have had such catastrophic results if the safety systems had worked and the safety rules had been followed.
The turbine cover shot up and the tonne long-ton; 1,short-ton rotor then shot out of its seat.
The turbine was restarted on 4 July None of the 50 staff present around turbine 2 had authority to make any decisions about taking further actions to cope with the increasing vibrations. When this band is exceeded the turbines will begin to vibrate due to the force of water flow.
It rose about three meters. The spillway was not designed to sustain large amounts of water during winter partly due to formation of huge amounts of ice blocking its path.
The situation was recovered on 17 August at The hydroelectric power station is located on the Yenisei River, near Sayanogorsk in Khakassia, Russia.
Before the accident, it was the largest power plant in Russia and the sixth-largest hydroelectric plant in the world. Penstocks turbine room of Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant. It’s been over a year since the terrible accident at Russia’s Sayano-Shushenskaya Hydro Power Plant claimed 75 lives, caused significant destruction of primary hydropower plant equipment and.
The Sayano–Shushenskaya Dam is located on the Yenisei River, near Sayanogorsk in Khakassia, Russia. It is the largest power plant in Russia and the 9th-large. This photograph of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power plant, located miles east of Moscow in Siberia, was taken after the Aug.
17,accident that destroyed a section of the 2. 0 Root Factors On August 17th,the Sayana-shushenskaya powerplant suffered a massive accident that resulted in the flooding of the engine and turbine rooms and two electric generators to explode underwater due to short circuit.
Due to fatigue caused by extensive vibrations, the pins holding turbine number 2 breaks apart. Water rushing down [ ]. An apparent surge in water pressure caused pipes to burst at the Sayano-Shushenskaya power station in Siberia, flooding a turbine hall.Download