Case Study: Predicting Rare Failures in Hydro Turbines

May 23, 2018

Hydropower is a unique resource in that it is both sustainable and highly efficient at converting natural, kinetic energy into electricity.

Modern hydro turbines are massive assets, producing hundreds of megawatts of power, and a catastrophic failure can case a turbine to be out of service for months, with expensive repair costs and potential disruption to the energy grid.

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