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How to find the resolution points for turbine check in CAESAR II based on NEMA SM23?

How to find the resolution points for turbine check in CAESAR II based on NEMA SM23?

How to find the resolution points for turbine check in CAESAR II based on NEMA SM23?

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In order to have an equipment check for turbines, CAESAR II requires us to enter DX, DY & DZ (distances between turbine nozzles and the resolution point). Regarding how we can find the location of the resolution point, NEMA SM23 doesn’t provide any helpful guideline. Finally, in a booklet, I found an example in this regard. This example only has a figure with no extra explanation! I enclose this figure to my post, please have a look at it and let me know if you get how it calculated the resolution point.
Any guidance of finding the resolution point is highly appreciated.

P.S.: In the figure enclosed, the shaft is in the X direction, if we assume it's exactly in the middle of Inlet and outlet nozzles, so the Z coordination of the resolution point is 250 (which is in compatible with the figure). what it's in ambiguity is the Y coordination which I have no clue for.

RE: How to find the resolution points for turbine check in CAESAR II based on NEMA SM23?

Have you gone through the NEMA SM23 sections of the Caesar II user guide and applications guide?

RE: How to find the resolution points for turbine check in CAESAR II based on NEMA SM23?

(OP)
Yes, but nothing helpful was found!

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