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Gulliver, Roger E.A. Arndt, Hydroelectric Power Stations, In: Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology (Third Edition), Academic Press, New York,Pages The hydraulic turbines can be classified based on type of energy at the inlet, direction of flow through the vanes, head available at the inlet, discharge through the vanes and specific speed.
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