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Particulars in design of the electrical part of the Kiev Pumped-Storage Electric Power Plant

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The Kiev Pumped-Storage Electric Power Plant is the first such installation in the Soviet Union. The power capacity of the plant is 225 MW. There are six vertical hydraulic generators: three are connected to vertical pump-turbines and operate as motor-generators; the other three are connected to vertical radial-axial hydraulic turbines and operate as generators only. Each generator is a type SVO 733/130-36 with power of 45.6 MVA. The active power load is 83.5 MW, reactive--75.1, and total--112.5 MVA. The installation can be used for 500 h/yr at maximum power, producing 110 million kWh. During the high-water period, the plant is used daily for about 100 days, covering the peak of the load schedule of the southern power system. During the low-water period the plant is used as needed. During the slack hours at night the system operates in the pump mode for about 1400 h/yr, using 160 million kWh. During the remainder of the day the generators work as synchronous compensators with a total load on each of 36,500 kvar. Electrical circuits and a cross section of the generator are given. An explanation is also given of the grounding precautions taken to ensure an equipotential field at all points of  More>>
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Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1976
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
EDB-76-086447
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Elektr. Stn.; (Ukrainian SSR); Journal Volume: 1
Subject:
25 ENERGY STORAGE; 13 HYDRO ENERGY; PUMPED STORAGE POWER PLANTS; DESIGN; OPERATION; ELECTRIC GENERATORS; ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT; HYDROELECTRIC POWER; USSR; ELECTRIC POWER; ENERGY SOURCES; EQUIPMENT; EUROPE; HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANTS; POWER; POWER PLANTS; RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES; 250300* - Energy Storage- Pumped Hydro- (-1989); 130300 - Hydro Energy- Plant Design & Operation
OSTI ID:
7157468
Country of Origin:
Ukraine
Language:
Russian
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Journal ID: CODEN: EKSTA
Submitting Site:
HEDB
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Pages: 21-26
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Brimerberg, V P. Particulars in design of the electrical part of the Kiev Pumped-Storage Electric Power Plant. Ukraine: N. p., 1976. Web.
Brimerberg, V P. Particulars in design of the electrical part of the Kiev Pumped-Storage Electric Power Plant. Ukraine.
Brimerberg, V P. 1976. "Particulars in design of the electrical part of the Kiev Pumped-Storage Electric Power Plant." Ukraine.
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title = {Particulars in design of the electrical part of the Kiev Pumped-Storage Electric Power Plant}
author = {Brimerberg, V P}
abstractNote = {The Kiev Pumped-Storage Electric Power Plant is the first such installation in the Soviet Union. The power capacity of the plant is 225 MW. There are six vertical hydraulic generators: three are connected to vertical pump-turbines and operate as motor-generators; the other three are connected to vertical radial-axial hydraulic turbines and operate as generators only. Each generator is a type SVO 733/130-36 with power of 45.6 MVA. The active power load is 83.5 MW, reactive--75.1, and total--112.5 MVA. The installation can be used for 500 h/yr at maximum power, producing 110 million kWh. During the high-water period, the plant is used daily for about 100 days, covering the peak of the load schedule of the southern power system. During the low-water period the plant is used as needed. During the slack hours at night the system operates in the pump mode for about 1400 h/yr, using 160 million kWh. During the remainder of the day the generators work as synchronous compensators with a total load on each of 36,500 kvar. Electrical circuits and a cross section of the generator are given. An explanation is also given of the grounding precautions taken to ensure an equipotential field at all points of the installation where personnel may be located.}
journal = {Elektr. Stn.; (Ukrainian SSR)}
volume = {1}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Ukraine}
year = {1976}
month = {Jan}
}