The Modernization of a Small Hydro Plantby Andrew Eberhardt, (F.ASCE), Spec. Engr.; Sargent & Lundy, Chicago, Ill.,
Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1977, Vol. 47, Issue 9, Pg. 60-61
Document Type: Feature article
The Cornell Hydro in Northern Wisconsin was torn down, rebuilt, re-equipped and put into profitable operation. After extensive structural modifications to the old plant, three new 10,000 kw horizontal shaft tube turbines are now housed in a semi-outdoor type single-story structure. The structure also contains a conventional vertical shaft 800 kw generating unit. In the search for economy, the turbines were stripped down of the usual control equipment, consisting simply of a fixed blade wheel and a shaft rotating inside a steel conduit. The overall project cost $16,000,000 or $520 per kw of installed capacity.
Subject Headings: Shafts | Turbines | Rotation | Steel | Profits | Tubes (structure) | Low-rise buildings | Wisconsin | North America | United States
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