This is Control.com. Occasionally we answer questions that are more mechanical in nature--because controls uses or controls mechanical devices (in many instances).
This is pretty much strictly a mechanical question.
Having said that, when I think of or am asked about a "bump test" in relation to an uprate and MI, I think of a rotor bump check (another name for the same thing--isn't the English language a wonderful thing.?.?.?!!!).
Sir, I do agree with you. Its the beauty of English language.
What I actually meant is, the start up procedure and precautions, testings that are to be carried out before machine is loaded to base load??
Kindly explain them???
Thanks and Regards
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