Two kinds of Steam Turbine. Most models will be "impulse" turbines due to the difficulties of producing the complex curves for a reaction turbine. Most commercial turbines are reaction. With an impulse turbine, steam velocity is everything, but there are tradeoffs. Steam is heated & can expand. In that case, providing more volume just before injection to the rotor blades converts as much heat as possible to velocity. So, a diverging nozzle (such as the "trumpet" nozzle) works better.
The N&W's Jawn Henry: The Norfolk & Western's experimental Jawn Henry was the last in a short series of steam turbine locomotives tested by three different railroads between the 1930s and 1950s including the Pennsylvania and Chesapeake & Ohio.
HELIOS One #thesaurus #and http://answer.remmont.com/helios-one-thesaurus-and/ #wiki answer # HELIOS One Contents Background Edit Constructed before the war by Poseidon Energy, HELIOS One is a concentrated solar energy plant consisting of an enormous array of reflectors and the power plant itself (housing steam turbines and all of the machines required to transform the energy into usable electricity). The plant has been […]