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Fantastic Power Plant Audit

Fantastic Power Plant Audit

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Indo German Energy Programme
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Power Plant Performance Reporting and Improvementunder the Provision of theIndian Energy Conservation Act
Output 1.1Best practice performance monitoring, analysis ofperformance procedures, software and analytical tools,measuring instrumentation, guidelines or best practicemanuals and newest trends
 
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Table of Contents
1. General..................................................................................................14
1.1
 
Survey 'best practise' with basic Definition of Efficiency Indicators...................15
 
1.2
 
Analysis including Tools for Efficiency Indicators..............................................15
 
1.3
 
Instrumentation on Efficiency Indicators...........................................................16
 
1.4
 
Guidelines for basic Definition of Efficiency Indicators......................................16
 
1.5
 
Energy Audit.....................................................................................................16
 
1.6
 
Performance/ Benchmarking Analysis...............................................................16
 
1.7
 
Strategic Outlook (newest Trends & Research)..................................................17
 2. Power Scenario in Europe.......................................................................18
2.1
 
Development of European & Global Electricity Demand.....................................18
 
2.2
 
Availability, coverage and import dependency of Energy Sources.....................19
 
2.3
 
Primary Energy Saving through efficient use of Electricity.................................20
 
2.4
 
Power Plant portfolio in EU................................................................................21
 
2.5
 
Power Plant projects in Europe..........................................................................21
 
2.6
 
Pros & Cons of relevant Energy Generation Options..........................................23
 
2.7
 
Requirement of efficient coal and gas Power Plants..........................................25
 3. Directives Applicable to Large Combustion Plants..................................27
3.1
 
Legal basis in the EU.........................................................................................27
 
3.2
 
Underlying information.....................................................................................27
 
3.3
 
Document organisation.....................................................................................28
 
3.4
 
The European Energy Industry...........................................................................28
 
3.5
 
Applied technologies........................................................................................28
 
3.6
 
Ecological issues...............................................................................................29
 
 
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3.7
 
Conditions........................................................................................................29
 
3.8
 
Unloading, storage and transport of fuels and additives...................................30
 
3.9
 
Pre-treatment of fuel........................................................................................32
 
3.10
 
Fine dust emissions..........................................................................................33
 
3.11
 
Heavy metals.....................................................................................................34
 
3.12
 
SO
2
emissions...................................................................................................35
 
3.13
 
NO
x
emissions...................................................................................................36
 4. Best Available Techniques to increase Efficiency and reduce Emissions..395. State of the Art -Reference Power Plant (Source VGB).............................40
5.1
 
Brief Overview...................................................................................................40
 
5.2
 
Details of the Study...........................................................................................41
 
5.3
 
Innovations.......................................................................................................41
 
5.4
 
Layout Planning.................................................................................................42
 
5.5
 
Thermodynamic Design....................................................................................42
 
5.6
 
Steam Turbine Plant (Turbine, Generator).........................................................44
 
5.7
 
High-Pressure Turbine section..........................................................................44
 
5.8
 
Intermediate-Pressure Turbine section.............................................................45
 
5.9
 
Low-Pressure Turbine section...........................................................................46
 
5.10
 
Generator Plant.................................................................................................47
 
5.11
 
Boilers...............................................................................................................48
 
5.12
 
Water and Steam Cycle......................................................................................50
 
5.13
 
Cooling Water Systems......................................................................................51
 
5.14
 
Technological Options......................................................................................52
 
5.15
 
Summary...........................................................................................................55
 6. Role of 700°C Technology for the Carbon-free Power Supply.................61

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