AEG-Curtis steam turbine

AEG-Curtis steam turbine

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Caption: AEG-Curtis steam turbine. Diagram showing a section in close-up through an AEG-Curtis steam turbine. In a steam turbine, steam directly turns the blades of a turbine to generate electricity, as opposed to driving pistons in a steam engine. The AEG-Curtis steam turbine was developed around 1904, and used the designs of the German engineering company AEG and the US engineer Charles Gordon Curtis (1860-1953).

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