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What is the difference between impulse and reaction turbine? View All


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shai
Impulse turbine:
the turbine rotates due to the water hitting the buckets of the turbine eg pelton wheel....

Reaction turbine:
the turbine rotates due to force exerted by the water wen it flows inside d turbine.... d garden sprayer is an example....
eg.Francis turbine


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