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DECLARATION

I hereby declare that the seminar report entitled “CONSTRUCTION FEATURES OF


BTPS,POWER GENERATION,TOTAL QUANTITY OF FLY ASH GENERATED
AND THEIR USES IN BALLARI” is prepared by me in accordance with the rules of
the institution during 2018 - 19 and submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement for
the award of degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering at RYM
Engineering College, under the guidance of Asst.Prof.ADANA GOUDA, Department of
Civil Engineering, RYM Engineering College, Bellary.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Any achievement big or small should have a catalyst and a costant encouragement and
advice of valuable and noble minds for our efforts to bring out this seminar work .

The satisfaction that accompanies the successful culmination of any task would be
incomplete without mentioning those who made it possible because success is the
epitome of hard work determination concentration and dedication.

In our society guru is the most important person who educates us about the various facts
of life. Hence we would like to express our deep sense gratitude to our beloved and
respected principal Dr. KUPPAGAL VEERESH who is the source of information for
all the students and who has encouraged us in whatever way that he can do best.

Our sincere thanks go to beloved head of the department of CIVIL Enggineering


Dr.H.M.MALLIKARJUNA who ha s extended his whole hearted support for the
successful completion of the seminar .

We are greatly indebted to our seminar guide Asst.prof.ADANA GOUDA and co-
ordinator Asst.Prof. PUSHPA LATHA for the help understanding the concept of the
seminar and their effort for all round growth and development of an individual.

SHIVAKUMAR
3vc15CV100
ABSTRACT
This report is aimed on the technical seminar on “Construction features of BTPS, Power
generation and total quantity of fly ash generated and their uses in BALLARI . “A
generating station which converts heat generated from the coal combustion into electrical
energy with the help of turbines is known a thermal power station”. Ballari power plant is
a coal based power plant, the power is generated in three units of capacity two of 500 mw
and one of 700 mw. Ballari power plant is owned by KPCL government of Karnataka,
BTPS is is constructed in 1850 acres having 550 employs. the coal is supplied from
western mines located in Nagpur and Chhattisgarh by a private companies. The water is
supplied to BTPS from Maralihalli, Dhanapur village, Gangavati taluk , koppal dist.
Length of pipe line is 43km Diameter of the pipe is 1.5mt, the raw water pond having a
capacity of 0.5 tmc. To generate 500 mw of power it consumes 320 tones of coal per
hour, it consumes 7680 tones of coal per day. The ash produced from coal burning is
handled in two ways wet and fly ash. The ash is generally used for manufacturing of
cement and brick in ballari. Currently only two units of 500 mw are generating the
power, the third unit was stopped due to lack of coal.
CONTENTS

SL NO CHAPTER PAGE NO

1 Introduction 1

1.1 Definition 2

1.2 Block Diagram 2

2 Introductory Overview 3

2.1 Components 4

3 Features 5

4 Construction Details 7

4.1 Construction cost 14

5 Advantages & Disadvantages of power plant 15

6 Fly ash generation 16

6.1 Features of Fly Ash 17

6.2 Fly Ash Uses 21

7 Advantages and disadvantages of Fly Ash 22

8 Conclusion 23
LIST OF TABLES
SERIAL PAGE
DESCRIPTION NO.
NO.
Date of commencing 1
1.

LIST OF PLATES
SERIAL PAGE
DESCRIPTION NO.
NO.

BTPS Ballari
1. 7

2. Natural Draught Cooling Tower 8


Foundation of Cooling Tower
3. 9
Chimney
4. 10
Transformer Yard 11
5.
Stock yard 12
6.
Raw water pond
7. 13

8. Bottom Ash Hoppers 18

9. Ash handling system 19


LIST OF FIGURES
Serial Page
No. Description No.

1. Block Diagram
2

2. Working Of Cooling Tower 11

3. Ash Handling 18

4. Uses Of Fly Ash 21


SUBJECT:” Construction features of BTPS, power generation and total quantity of fly
ash generated and their uses”

SUBJECT CODE : 15CVS86

GUIDED BY: Assistant professor Adana Gouda

SL No Course outcomes Bloom’s level

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

CO305.1 Identify and explain about power generation and Remembering &
construction details of BTPS BALLARI. Understanding
(L1,L2)
CO305.2 Describe and explain about the working nature of power Remembering &
generation. Understanding
(L1,L2)
CO305.3 Investigate and Explain about generation of the Fly ash Remembering,
in BTPS and their uses. analyze &
Understanding
(L1,L2,L4)
CO305.4 Justify and validate a presentable report. Analyse,
Evaluate, create
(L4,L5,L6)