Auxiliary Power Supply System

By

Eng CGS Gunasekara

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February 2010 @ Kothmale Power station

Content
• Why auxiliary supply is needed ? • Equipments supplied through auxillary. • Modes of operation. • Demonstration of operation

• Why auxiliary supply is needed ? To supply power to generator/turbine and other ancillary equipments for their operation.

• Different Voltage levels exist in our power system
13.8 KV • Generation • Transmission 220KV / 132 KV • Distribution High Tension 33KV / 11KV

Low Tension 400 V 3ph / 230 V 1pg

Equipments supplied by auxiliary. Common supplies • Lighting system • Annunciators & indicators, alarms • Ventilation system (supply fans, Exhaust fans) • AC system (compressures, blower fans) • Battery charging system (220 V , 48 V) • Drainage pumps • Communication system

Turbine & Generator
• • • • – – • • • Instrumentation (metering) Protection relays Bearing oil pumps Air compressors (to operate governor equipment Turbine , break system) Cooling water pumps (stator coolers, bearing oil coolers) Bearing oil pumps Generator Heaters

General Layout Diagram

Modes of operation
(1) From 220 KV bus through main T/F1,2,3 and through HAD3,5, or 6 (to both ESS & Non-ess sides) (2) Generators through HAD3,5 or 6 (to both ESS & Non-ess sides) (3) DG ( only to ESS side, can not extend to Non-Ess side)

Mode 1

*Voltage : 220 KV bus voltage

13.8 KV

11 KV

400 V 3 ph

Mode 2

*Voltage : generator voltage 13.8 KV

11 KV

400 V 3 ph

Mode 3

* Voltage : through DG T/F 400 V step up to 11 KV

400 V 3 ph

• Demonstration of operation Auxiliary supply system demonstration.exe
Note: To run the exe file, 1. Down load the APSS.rar file . 2. Unzip that file to the same folder where APSS.ppt is available. 3. Now, click above link

My Website- http://cgspublications.webs.com/

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