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Nuclear and coal based thermal power plants together produce almost half of the world's power. Steam turbines lie at the heart of these power plants. They convert thermal energy in the steam to mechanical energy. This video will explain the inner workings of the steam turbines and why they are constructed the way they are in a step by step logical manner.

A steam turbine is a device that converts thermal energy into rotating mechanical energy. Turbines are employed for moving the rotor shafts of generators, they are the heart of all power plants, and are responsible for creating a rotational movement that induces an electromotive force(emf) in the generator coil to produce electricity. The operation of the steam turbine completely depends upon the dynamic action of the high-pressure steam ejected through the nozzle.

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