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Power Generation
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Power Generation Types Mechanical Electric Hydraulic Pneumatic Steam Sources Combustion (fossil fuels) Natural bodies of water (hydroelectric) Wind Solar
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Mechanical The rig uses torque converters, clutches, and transmissions powered by its
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Unformatted text preview: own engines, often diesel. Steam • Pressurized vapor used to exert mechanical power. • Needs a source of heat to evaporate water into vapor. • Not typically used on today’s oil rigs, but was the foundation of oil rig power....
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