Avoiding Possible Problems in Submersible Motors

Typical agricultural, domestic and municipal systems are excellent applications for these motors. Unfortunately, these motors often are used in applications that unknowingly exceed the design criteria of the motors.



About The Author: 

Tom Sgritta is the global submersible marketing manager-industrial for Franklin Electric, Bluffton, Ind. He also is a member of the faculty of the Belk College of Business Administration at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Activation Date: 
December 27, 2001
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Water Intake At New Illinois Power Plant Designed for Variable Flows

The intake system that will draw cooling makeup water from the Kaskaskia River for the $250-million Holland energy plant in Shelby County, Illinois, was designed to balance construction cost imperatives against the river’s variable flow, regulatory requirements and the owner’s operating preferences. The result is a state-of-the-art vital element for the gas-fired, combined cycle plant. As more and more closed-cycle plants are proposed, the concepts that Parsons applied along the Kaskaskia River may provide a good starting point on the drawing boards.

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December 10, 2001
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