The role of non-ferrous metals in heavy electrical industry

Balakrishnan, T V and Vijayavargiya, M D (1969) The role of non-ferrous metals in heavy electrical industry. In: UNSPECIFIED.



THE heavy electrical industry in India is firmly established to reach self-sufficiency, with the setting up of three major heavy electrical equipment factories in the public sector . The first has been in production since 1960-61 at Bhopal and the other two,one at Hyderabad with Czechoslovakian collaboration and the other at Hardwar with Soviet collaboration,are entering the stage of production . With the attainmentof full production in all the three units, it is envisaged that the production of thermal sets of unit capacities 100, 110, 120 and 200 MW will be in full swing by 1972-- 73 and hydro sets from 25 to 250 MW unit sizes at Bhopal and Hardwar during the same period. The three plants can manufacture generating equipment for an annual capacity of 5000 MW during the V Plan period and also industrial type motors and control-gear for nearly one million KW . It has now been recog-nised that export possibilities during the V Plan period should be studied seriously from now on.

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