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Engineers’ Welfare Forum of the West Bengal Power Development Corporation Limited (WBPDCL) is a premier consortium of engineers of WBPDCL; the largest power generating company in West Bengal.

Engineers Welfare Forum, registered under West Bengal Society Registration Act,1961, recognized by WBPDCL,also an ISO 9001:2008 certfied organisation,  strongly believes that development of the workforce is the prime requisite for the development of an organization. Accordingly its efforts are targeted towards realizing various welfare measures for Engineers, thus helping them to relentlessly work for the Energy Empowerment of West Bengal.

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Question Of The Week

Q.no- 127

In coal fired combustion, the flame length is influenced by

Ash content
Volatile matter
Fixed carbon
Winner of Q.No 126

Palask K Halder

( Click on name to see details. )

Previous week Q & A


For transporting steam to a long distance, the most suitable among the following will be

Ans. Slightly superheated steam

Prize winner may contact with Respective Zonal Secretary

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