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Diesel Power Plant

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  • 1. NAME MATRIX NO. MUHAMAD RIZAL BIN SHABAATH ALI 16DKM10F1017 MUHAMMAD ARIFF BIN YUSOF 16DKM10F1011 MUHAMMAD SHAFIQ BIN JAMALUDDIN 16DKM10F1018 DIESEL POWER PLANT JJ618-PLANT ENGINEERING
  • 2.  They are used as central station for small or medium power supplies.  They can be used as stand-by plants to hydro-electric power plants and steam power plants for emergency services.  They can be used as peak load plants in combinations with thermal or hydro-plants.  They are quite suitable for mobile power generation and are widely used in transportation systems such as automobiles, railways, air planes and ships.  Now-a-days power cut has become a regular feature for industries. The only solution to tide over this difficulty is to install diesel generating sets. APPLICATIONS OF DIESEL POWER PLANT
  • 3. DIESEL ENGINE POWER PLANT
  • 4. LAYOUT OF DIESEL POWER PLANT
  • 5. GENERAL LAYOUT
  • 6. SIMPLE LAYOUT
  • 7. Engine System Starting System Lubrication System Fuel System Air filter and Supercharge Cooling System Exhaust System Governing System MAJOR SYSTEM IN DIESEL POWER PLANT
  • 8.  Generally classified as two stroke engine and four stroke engines.  In diesel engine, air admitted into the cylinder is compressed  At the end of compression stroke, fuel is injected.  It burns and the burning gases expand and do work on the position.  The gases are then exhausted from the cylinder to atmosphere. ENGINE SYSTEM
  • 9. This includes air compressor and starting air tank. The function of this system is to start the engine from cold by supplying compressed air. STARTING SYSTEM
  • 10. It includes the oil pumps, oil tanks, filters, coolers and connecting pipes. The purpose of the lubrication system is to reduce the wear of the engine moving parts Part of the cylinder such as piston , shafts , valves must be lubricated It is cooled before recirculation. Lubrication also helps to cool the engine LUBRICATION SYSTEM
  • 11. OIL TANK
  • 12.  It includes the storage tank, fuel pump, fuel transfer pump, strainers and heater.  Pump draws diesel from storage tank to day tank through the filter  The day tank is usually placed high so that diesel flows to engine under gravity.  Diesel is filtered before being injected into the engine by the fuel injection pump. strainers FUEL SYSTEM
  • 13. Air filter is used to remove the dust from the air which is taken by the engine. The supercharger is used to increase the pressure of the air supplied. AIR FILTER AND SUPERCHARGE
  • 14. This system includes water circulating pumps, cooling towers or spray ponds and water filtration Use to carry the heat from the engine cylinder(maintain temperature level) Water is circulated inside the engine in water jackets Passage around the cylinder, piston, combustion chamber Hot water leaving the jacket is sent to heat exchanger. It is cooled in the cooling tower and recirculates again. COOLING SYSTEM
  • 15. COOLING TOWER
  • 16. This includes the silencers and connecting ducts. The exhaust gases coming out of the engine is very noisy. silencer (muffler) is provide to reduce the noise. EXHAUST SYSTEM
  • 17. The function of the governing system is to maintain the speed of the engine This is done generally by varying fuel supply to the engine according to load. GOVERNING SYSTEM
  • 18. DISADVANTAGES  High running charges due to costly price of Diesel  Generates small amount of power  Cost of lubrication very high  Maintenance charges are generally high ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DIESEL POWER PLANT ADVANTAGE  Simple design & layout of plant  Occupies less space & is compact  Can be started quickly and picks up load in a short time  Requires less water for cooling  Thermal efficiency better that of Steam Power Plant of same size  Overall cost is cheaper than that of Steam Power Plant of same size

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