volume 236, issue 4, P333-349 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.nucengdes.2005.09.012
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Abstract: It is known from international feedback that the rotor shafts of the turbo-generators with disk shrunk technology may have transverse cracks located near the keys which maintain the bond between the core of the shaft and the surrounding disks in case of over speed. It was understood that the cracks were initiated by fretting between the keys and the shaft and that they propagated due to a fatigue mechanism generated by the rotational flexion of the shafts under gravity. The destructive observation now correla…

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