The Stratton Steam Electric Stationby C.H. Alban,
Serial Information: Journal of the Power Division, 1959, Vol. 85, Issue 6, Pg. 47-62
Document Type: Journal Paper
Planning and construction of first four units of Ohio Edison Co's 700 Mw Stratton Station; simultaneous construction of Corp of Engineers New Cumberland locks and dams and Ohio's improvement to Route 7 required much joint planning and coordination to utilize narrow river valley at this locale; 4 turbine-generators have gross output of 185,000 kw each; triple flow type machines are designed for 2400 psig, 1050 F initial and 1000 F reheat steam conditions.
Subject Headings: Steam power | Construction equipment | Infrastructure construction | Turbines | Joints | Flood routing | Locks (dam) | Locks (waterway) | Rivers and streams | North America | Ohio | United States
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