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Heat transfer equipment performance diagnosis of auxiliary systems in electric power stations; Diagnostico de comportamiento de equipo de transferencia de calor de sistemas auxiliares de centrales termoelectricas

Abstract

In this article the methodology followed to diagnose the performance of the equipment where heat is transferred from the feed water, condensate and circulation water systems in fossil power plants (FPP). The data collection is made with the unit in normal operation, using local instrumentation without taking the equipment out of service for its installation. The equipment diagnosis is made through the analysis of the collected data in actual operation and the design data; for this purpose a thermal balance of the interested systems is performed to obtain all the conditions an operation data. Later on the performance indicative parameters (PIP) of actual operation and design are calculated and compared one against the other. Such a comparison reveals the performance deterioration and the possible equipment faults. The data obtained and the supplementary information are stored in a data base whose objective is that Comision Federal de Electricidad has on hand a prompt access to them in order to control the performance, compare them among similar units and power stations, and inclusively verify possible recurrent causes of low availability in the referred systems. [Espanol] En este articulo se presenta la metodologia seguida para diagnosticar el comportamiento de equipos en los que  More>>
Authors:
Ruiz Esparza Gutierrez, Rogelio [1] 
  1. Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca (Mexico)
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1990
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
ETDE-MX-99717750
Reference Number:
SCA: 200101; 990200; PA: MX-98:000216; EDB-99:044867; SN: 98002001427
Resource Relation:
Other Information: DN: Jan-Feb 1990 issue; PBD: 1990; Related Information: Is Part Of IIE Bulletin: selected articles from the 1990 issues of `boletin iie`; PB: [280] p.; IIE Bulletin, v. 14(1)
Subject:
20 FOSSIL-FUELED POWER PLANTS; 99 MATHEMATICS, COMPUTERS, INFORMATION SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT, LAW, MISCELLANEOUS; THERMAL POWER PLANTS; HEAT TRANSFER; DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES; DATA ANALYSIS; DATA BASE MANAGEMENT; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; NUMERICAL DATA
OSTI ID:
334135
Country of Origin:
Mexico
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0185-0059; Other: ON: DE99717750; TRN: MX9800216
Availability:
Available from Unidad de Informacion Tecnologica, Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Av. Reforma 113, col. Palmira, 62490 Temixco, Mor., Mexico, Tel: (73) 18 38 11 ext. 7138, Fax: (73) 18 24 61; OSTI as DE99717750
Submitting Site:
MX
Size:
pp. 15-18
Announcement Date:
May 10, 1999

Citation Formats

Ruiz Esparza Gutierrez, Rogelio. Heat transfer equipment performance diagnosis of auxiliary systems in electric power stations; Diagnostico de comportamiento de equipo de transferencia de calor de sistemas auxiliares de centrales termoelectricas. Mexico: N. p., 1990. Web.
Ruiz Esparza Gutierrez, Rogelio. Heat transfer equipment performance diagnosis of auxiliary systems in electric power stations; Diagnostico de comportamiento de equipo de transferencia de calor de sistemas auxiliares de centrales termoelectricas. Mexico.
Ruiz Esparza Gutierrez, Rogelio. 1990. "Heat transfer equipment performance diagnosis of auxiliary systems in electric power stations; Diagnostico de comportamiento de equipo de transferencia de calor de sistemas auxiliares de centrales termoelectricas." Mexico.
@misc{etde_334135,
title = {Heat transfer equipment performance diagnosis of auxiliary systems in electric power stations; Diagnostico de comportamiento de equipo de transferencia de calor de sistemas auxiliares de centrales termoelectricas}
author = {Ruiz Esparza Gutierrez, Rogelio}
abstractNote = {In this article the methodology followed to diagnose the performance of the equipment where heat is transferred from the feed water, condensate and circulation water systems in fossil power plants (FPP). The data collection is made with the unit in normal operation, using local instrumentation without taking the equipment out of service for its installation. The equipment diagnosis is made through the analysis of the collected data in actual operation and the design data; for this purpose a thermal balance of the interested systems is performed to obtain all the conditions an operation data. Later on the performance indicative parameters (PIP) of actual operation and design are calculated and compared one against the other. Such a comparison reveals the performance deterioration and the possible equipment faults. The data obtained and the supplementary information are stored in a data base whose objective is that Comision Federal de Electricidad has on hand a prompt access to them in order to control the performance, compare them among similar units and power stations, and inclusively verify possible recurrent causes of low availability in the referred systems. [Espanol] En este articulo se presenta la metodologia seguida para diagnosticar el comportamiento de equipos en los que se transfiere calor de los sistemas de agua de alimentacion, condensado y circulacion de las centrales termoelectricas (CTE). La toma de datos se realiza con la unidad en operacion normal, utilizando instrumentacion local sin necesidad de sacar de servicio a los equipos para su instalacion, ya que se ocupan los mismos puntos para instrumentos con que cuentan por diseno. El diagnostico de los equipos se realiza mediante el analisis de los datos recopilados, tanto de operacion real como de diseno; para ello, se efectua un balance termico de los sistemas de interes para obtener todas las condiciones y los datos de operacion. Posteriormente, se calculan los parametros indicativos de comportamiento (PIC) de operacion real y de diseno y se comparan entre si. Dicha comparacion revela el deterioro en el comportamiento y las posibles fallas de los equipos. Los datos obtenidos y la informacion suplementaria se almacenan en una base de datos cuyo objetivo es que la Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) tenga un rapido acceso a ellos para poder controlar el comportamiento, comparar entre unidades y centrales similares e incluso verificar posibles causas recurrentes de baja disponibilidad de los sistemas referidos.}
place = {Mexico}
year = {1990}
month = {Dec}
}