A Linux-Based Steam Turbine Test Bench

How the Central Boiler and Turbine Institute in St. Petersburg ensures safety and accurate control when testing turbines for power plants.
Conclusion

Several years of software development and use in a real industrial environment showed us (and our customers) that open-source solutions are effective from any point of view—cost, time, reliability or function set. Our next steps will be replacing the rest of the proprietary software in our project with open-source software.

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email: abravo@tctube.spb.su

Alexandr E. Bravo was born in 1959 in Leningrad, which is now again (as it was 300 years ago) St. Petersburg, Russia. He graduated in 1982 from Polytechnic University with the specialty “Automation and Telemechanics”. He has worked with Linux since 1994.

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