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ESPT(OIL COOLED):

S;l no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Description Rating Volts at no load Amperes Phases Frequency Vector symbol Diagram drg no Makers serial no Type of cooling Impedance volts Core and winding/untanking Weight of oil Total weight Oil Unit KVA HV LV HV LV Hz Dyn11 RDM DT 1495/2 DT1495 ONAN 9.74% 2710 1350 7000 1550 Data 2500 6600 433 218.7 3333.4 3

KG KG KG L

GUARANTED MAX. TEMP. RISE IN OIL 50OC, OF WDG, 55 OC BY RESISTANCE OVER AN AMBIENT TEMP OF 50 OC

SWITCH POSTION NO 1 2 3 4 5

SWITCH CONNECTS 6------5 5------7 7------4 4------8 8------3

1U

HIGH VOLTAGE ACROSS 1V 1W AMPS 208.3 213.4 218.7 224.3 230.2

LOW VOLTAGE ACROSS 2U 2V 2W VOLTS AMPS

VOLTS 6930 6765 6600 6435 6270

433

3333.4

8.0 ASH HANDLING SYSTEM:


8.1 FLY ASH SYSTEM: Sl Description No. 8.1.1 Conveying air compressor Type Model Capacity Qty Unloading Loading Working Absolute inlet pressure Relative humidity(%) Air inlet temp Cooling water inlet temp. Motor shaft speed Maximum effective working pr. Maximum allowable inlet temp. Maximum allowable cooling water temp. Maximum allowable cooling water inlet pr. Free air delivery at reference condition Shaft input at 6 bar Shaft input at 5 bar Shaft input at 4.5 bar Emission sound pressure-(dB) Oil fill capacity Electric Motor Voltage Power Insulation Class RPM Esp Hopper fluidizing air blower Qty Type Make Model Application Capacity Differential pr. Discharge pressure Inlet pr. Blower speed Blower BHP Motor speed Motor HP Unit Data

M3/min 4(nos.) Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Kg/cm2 Bar(A) (%) DegC DegC RPM bar Deg. C Deg. C Bar g

Oil injected rotary screw type(water cooled) GA 90(atlas copco) 16 2W+2S(under normal case) 5.5 4.5 5 1 0 20 20 2970 5.5 46 40 10

l/sec kw kw kw

270.2 84.8 79.5 76.85 74 31.5 Siemens 400 90 F

Lts V Kw

8.1.2

3(nos.)

M3/hr mmwc mmwc RPM RPM HP

2W+1S Positive displacement roots blower Kay 59C Fluidizing of ESP hopper 400 4000 4000+ATM ATM. 1030 8.55 1440 12.5

Noise level @ 1.5 mtr. Discharge at site Drive arrangement Wt with all accessories without motor GD2 Value Inlet temp Discharge temp Bearing Gear Air heater Qty Capacity 8.1.3 Fly ash silo fluidizing air blower Qty Type Make Model Application Capacity Differential pr. Discharge pressure Inlet pr. Blower speed Blower BHP Motor speed Motor HP Noise level @ 1.5 mtr. Discharge at site Drive arrangement Wt with all accessories without motor GD2 Value Inlet temp Discharge temp Bearing Gear Air heater Qty Capacity

DBA

85 Pulley & belt drive 215 0.4 40 80 SKF Spur taper gear(EN-353 (815 M17)BS:970)

kgs Kg.m2 C C

2(nos.) kw 12

3(nos.)

2W+1S Positive displacement roots blower Kay 78AC Fluidizing of fly ash silo

M3/hr mmwc mmwc RPM RPM HP DBA

800 7000 7000+ATM ATM. 1169 27.99 1440 40 85 Pulley & belt drive

kgs Kg.m2 C C

495 1.94 40 110 SKF Spur taper gear(EN-353 (815 M17)BS:970)

2(nos.) kw

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About Re-entrainment Reducing rapping re-entrainment to an acceptable level generally requires a substantial improvement of the gas velocity distribution and the electrical power density and uniformity, as well as an extended optimization program for the collecting-plate rapping system. Factors Affecting Re-entrainment Re-entrainment of collected particles is the major contributor to particulate emissions of the precipitator. In some cases, re-entrainment accounts for 60 - 80% of the residual. The major causes of re-entrainment are as follows: Particles: y y y y Low cohesiveness Low adhesion to collecting plates Particle size Low resistivity

Voltage Controls: y Spark rate setting

Design: y y y Collecting plate design Discharge electrode design Plate spacing

Rapping System: y y y Frequency Intensity Duration (if applicable)

Electrical Field: y y y y y Hopper: y y y Hopper design Leakage (hopper valve) Hopper gas flow Collecting plate and discharge electrode rapping Sparking Saltation Erosion (localized high gas velocity) Sneakage

About Corona Power


Precipitator corona power is the useful electrical power applied to the flue gas stream to precipitate particles. Either precipitator collecting efficiency or outlet residual can be expressed as a function of corona power in Watts/1000 acfm of flue gas, or in Watts/1000 ft of collection area. The separation of particles from the gas flow in an electrostatic precipitator depends on the applied corona power. Corona power is the product of corona current and voltage. Current is needed to charge the particles. Voltage is needed to support an electrical field, which in turn transports the particles to the collecting plates. In the lower range of collecting efficiencies, relatively small increases in corona power result in substantial increases in collecting efficiency. On the other hand, in the upper ranges, even large increases in corona power will result in only small efficiency increases. Equally, in the lower range of the corona power levels, a small increase in the corona power results in a substantial reduction in the gas stream particle content. In the upper range of the corona power level, a large increase is required to reduce the particle content. Optimizing Corona Power Optimum conditions depend upon the location of the field (inlet, center and outlet), fly ash characteristics (resistivity) and physical conditions (collecting plates and discharge wires). Corona power levels can be optimized by adjusting or optimizing the following:

Gas velocity:

Uniformity

y Fly Ash: Voltage Controls: y y

Particle size Resistivity

Spark rate setting Current & voltage limits

Design:

y y

Plate spacing Collecting plate & discharge electrode design

Rapping System:

Frequency & intensity

Support Insulator:

Purge air system operation