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Increasing the flexibility of base-load generating units in operation on fossil fuel

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Abstract

Increasing the flexibility of base-load generating units operating on fossil fuel by modifying them is a necessary measure. The highest economic effect is attained with modification of gas- and oil-fired generating units in the Western United Power Systems of the European part of the SPSS. On the basis of available experience, 150- and 200-MW units can be extensively used to regulate the power in the European part of the SPSS through putting them into reserve for the hours of the load dip at night. The change under favorable conditions of 150- and 200-MW units operating on coal to a district-heating operating mode does not reduce the possibilities for flexible operation of these units because it is possible greatly to unload the turbines while the minimum load level of the pulverized fuel fired boiler is retained through transferring a part of the heat load to the desuperheater. It is necessary to accumulate and analyze experience with operation of generating units (especially of supercritical units) with regular shutdowns and starts of groups of units and to solve the problems of modification of generating units, with differentiation with respect to types of fuel and to the united power supply system.
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1979
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
EDB-80-055411
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Therm. Eng. (USSR) (Engl. Transl.); (United Kingdom); Journal Volume: 26:4; Other Information: Translated from Teploenergetika (Moscow); 24: No. 4, 17-21(1979)
Subject:
20 FOSSIL-FUELED POWER PLANTS; FOSSIL-FUEL POWER PLANTS; FLEXIBILITY; FUEL SUBSTITUTION; SHUTDOWNS; COST; DISTRICT HEATING; ECONOMICS; EUROPE; EXPERIMENTAL DATA; GRAPHS; MODIFICATIONS; OPERATION; POWER GENERATION; POWER PLANTS; DATA; DATA FORMS; HEATING; INFORMATION; MECHANICAL PROPERTIES; NUMERICAL DATA; TENSILE PROPERTIES; THERMAL POWER PLANTS; 200108* - Fossil-Fueled Power Plants- Fuels- (1980-)
OSTI ID:
5427949
Research Organizations:
Moscow Power Inst., USSR
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: THENA
Submitting Site:
TIC
Size:
Pages: 203-207
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Citation Formats

Girshfel'd, V Ya, Khanaev, V A, Volkova, E D, Gorelov, V A, and Gershenkroi, M L. Increasing the flexibility of base-load generating units in operation on fossil fuel. United Kingdom: N. p., 1979. Web.
Girshfel'd, V Ya, Khanaev, V A, Volkova, E D, Gorelov, V A, & Gershenkroi, M L. Increasing the flexibility of base-load generating units in operation on fossil fuel. United Kingdom.
Girshfel'd, V Ya, Khanaev, V A, Volkova, E D, Gorelov, V A, and Gershenkroi, M L. 1979. "Increasing the flexibility of base-load generating units in operation on fossil fuel." United Kingdom.
@misc{etde_5427949,
title = {Increasing the flexibility of base-load generating units in operation on fossil fuel}
author = {Girshfel'd, V Ya, Khanaev, V A, Volkova, E D, Gorelov, V A, and Gershenkroi, M L}
abstractNote = {Increasing the flexibility of base-load generating units operating on fossil fuel by modifying them is a necessary measure. The highest economic effect is attained with modification of gas- and oil-fired generating units in the Western United Power Systems of the European part of the SPSS. On the basis of available experience, 150- and 200-MW units can be extensively used to regulate the power in the European part of the SPSS through putting them into reserve for the hours of the load dip at night. The change under favorable conditions of 150- and 200-MW units operating on coal to a district-heating operating mode does not reduce the possibilities for flexible operation of these units because it is possible greatly to unload the turbines while the minimum load level of the pulverized fuel fired boiler is retained through transferring a part of the heat load to the desuperheater. It is necessary to accumulate and analyze experience with operation of generating units (especially of supercritical units) with regular shutdowns and starts of groups of units and to solve the problems of modification of generating units, with differentiation with respect to types of fuel and to the united power supply system.}
journal = {Therm. Eng. (USSR) (Engl. Transl.); (United Kingdom)}
volume = {26:4}
journal type = {AC}
place = {United Kingdom}
year = {1979}
month = {Jan}
}