A study on decision making for replacement on old hydroelectric facilities based on RBM



Pyeong Kang Park Jong Sung Kim


Hydroelectric power plants are operated with various types of hydroelectric power plants. The aging of these facilities is increasing the importance of stabilizing the facilities for stable power generation, and the demand for the reliability of such facilities is continuously increasing. In this study, the evaluation items of hydropower generation facilities such as water turbines, generators, control facilities, auxiliary facilities, transformers, transmission facilities, etc. were developed and the technology for evaluating the hydroelectric power plant technology was developed and the RBM technique And to make optimal decision making of alternate hydropower facilities.

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