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BHEL R&D turnover at Rs. 575 cr.

NEW DELHI: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has achieved a turnover of Rs. 575 crores, nearly 7 per cent of the company's total turnover for 2003-04, from commercialisation of products and systems developed through in-house R&D during the last five years. One of the significant achievements during the year was the establishment of a `Centre of Excellence for Simulators', dedicated to developing software packages for improving operational efficiencies of power/process plants, and simulators for training power plant operators. To enhance power transfer capability and improve system stability between two parallel 33 kV transmission lines, BHEL has developed, for the first time in India, a 2 mVA phase shifting transformer (PST) with thyristor controlled static tap changer. — Our Special Correspondent

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