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# 1 Steam turbine comprises of stages, number and size of the stages depends upon the break horsepower of the turbine.

The stage has set of moving and fixed blades. The moving blades are attached to the rotor while the stationary blades are called Diaphragm.

The diaphragm guides the steam to glide over the moving blades for producing rotary motion.
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