Single-stage turbine | Article about single-stage turbine by The Free Dictionary
A turbine having only one set of axial rotor blades or inward radial vanes.
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A typical single-stage turbine
can contain up to 21 castings of different variations for the base design, while a typical multi-stage turbine can contain 30 castings or more.
The vibration amplitudes due to the critical speed of 2FW @ 147.1Hz reached 117.6 [micro]m over the axial compressor region and 58.1 [micro]m at the single-stage turbine
 calculated the pressure drawdown at the inlet/outlet and the pressure distributions in single-stage turbine for noncoring drilling.
So the whole output mechanical energy of single-stage turbine blade is as follows:
The single-stage turbine
had 61 blades fixed to the turbine disk by a formed root and kept in position by rivets.