Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector              Power Plant 1 MW                             for   Soft Land, Medium Insolat...
Intro    In CSP technology such as Trough, Compact Linear Fresnel Receiver,Solar Tower, Solar Dish Stirling, etc required ...
Develop and deploy solar energy technology to serve    our customers’ who need special design for medium    insolation, so...
 Offer comprehensive and fully integrated CSP solutions     Lowest cost and most land-efficient CSP technology     Sola...
   Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector (CLFR)    Arrays of optically-shaped reflector mirrors    Concentrate over 50 “suns...
Solar Steam Generator                                                                 Steam (Saturated or Superheated)   S...
 Solar Steam Generators (SSGs) use Concentrated Solar Power   (CSP) to drive steam turbines or provide process steam  Ea...
Solar Steam Performance @ 1 MW              Performance Temperature              Up to 750 F (180 C)           Construct...
 ASME “S” Stamp Solar boiler standard   ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code      Section I, 2007 Edition, 2008a Addenda ...
 Most land-efficient solar technology,                      lowest cost CSP technology                     Lower land an...
 SSG is the building block Each SSG contains one receiver with boiler  tubes Receiver heated by reflector rows in  segm...
Downward facing receiver cavity                                     supports boiler tubes        Height ~10 m             ...
 Rapid field erection Minimal grading required (3%  grade acceptable) Simple foundations Steel Truss Structural Recei...
Steam Test                                  Out of Focus           Aug 25/2011                                    Cloudy  ...
 Boiler Trips rotate reflected light away      from receiver         High exit pressure         High exit temperature  ...
 Simple, reliable, robust  Design for medium   insolation, soft-land, and   humid countries  Saturated or Superheated  ...
Efficiency   %     Reflector                90     Receiver                 80     Thermal Storage          85     Turbine...
•   Delta Truss                   •   Software Analysis                         - Linear First Order                      ...
CLFR Diagram
Overall     Effective   Seasonal        Technology       Owner    USD/m2                                           efficie...
Linear Receiver
Descriptions          THB (Million)    Foundation                                 3.50    Steel Column                    ...
Space Frame Structure
Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector
Steam Output 400 PSI 450 C
Turbine Test
Induction Motor withScrew Turbine 250 kW
Controller Panel
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CLFR 1 MW THAILAND

  1. 1. Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector Power Plant 1 MW for Soft Land, Medium Insolation and Humid Country By Solar Space Frame Industrial Co.,Ltd Bangkok, Thailand January 30, 2012
  2. 2. Intro In CSP technology such as Trough, Compact Linear Fresnel Receiver,Solar Tower, Solar Dish Stirling, etc required large area as shading effect. Itneeds high insolation such as 1,000 W/m2 min. It is not suitable to operatein humid and medium insolation such as 500 W/m2. As the structure so longit needs good foundation in Soft-land area. It uses high power for trackingas the system has no sound weight balanced. CSP had high thermal lossesdue to long receiver tubes, long deliver fluid tubes, high temperaturethermal storage, and high working temperature. It required very goodthermal insulation. Once the structure to long it cannot prevented fromtwisting so the structure will be large and heavy. The turbine required high pressure, temperature, and dry steam quality.Also generator required synchronous system when connected to grid. It isnot Easy to transport and assembly. As high technology the operation andmaintenance costs will be high. The material is not easy to find as thesystem use high temperature. We expect the cost of CSP should below 90THB/W, 3.0 US$/W, or 2.1 EURO/W when compare to solar cell. The SolarThermal Dish Steam Turbine with Induction Motor Farm may solve theseproblems and make it possible for commercial.
  3. 3. Develop and deploy solar energy technology to serve our customers’ who need special design for medium insolation, soft-land, and humid countries. For global electricity and thermal energy needs in a dependable, market-competitive and environmentally responsible manner.Our Mission
  4. 4.  Offer comprehensive and fully integrated CSP solutions  Lowest cost and most land-efficient CSP technology  Solar steam generators offer turnkey solar solutions, including power block and balance of plant  High-volume manufacturing and installation, scalable and modular  Support services in project development and EPC  Life-cycle services for long-term operations and maintenance  Easy to operate and maintenance  Low operation and maintenance cost  Operate from medium to high insolation  Molten salt storage  Direct Steam at saturation or superheat temperature  Low tracking power  Light weight structure but heavy duty  Structure prepare for earthquake, and high wind  High efficiency receiver  Back up by biomass, biogas, LPG, CNG  Could operate 24/7 min 300 days/year Provide breakthrough innovation to lower our customers’ cost of energy Design for monsoon climate insolation 500 – 1,000 w/m2 and soft- land countryComprehensive Solar Solutions
  5. 5.  Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector (CLFR)  Arrays of optically-shaped reflector mirrors  Concentrate over 50 “suns” of energy  Boiler tubes generate high pressure saturated and/or superheated steamCLFR Technology
  6. 6. Solar Steam Generator Steam (Saturated or Superheated) Standalone Solar & Solar Solar Steam Augmentation Industrial Processing Hybrid Power PlantsCustomers • Utilities • Utilities • Enhanced oil recovery & refining • IPPs • IPPs • Mining • Chemical processing & refining • Food processing • Desalination, Absorption ChillerApplication and Markets
  7. 7.  Solar Steam Generators (SSGs) use Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) to drive steam turbines or provide process steam  Each SSG is 1200’ long, 60’ high, 120’ wide  Each can produce up to 10,000 kg/hr (22,000 lbs/hr) of saturated or superheated steam  Solar boiler, ASME S-Stamp qualify.  SSG will not overheat, even with coincident failure of offsite power (feed water and reflector drive) and backup power (reflector drive) at solar noon on the summer solstice  Durable designs of standard materials can be erected rapidly and deployed at scale  IBC/UBC structural design for Seismic Zone 4 and 90 mph windKey Product Attributes
  8. 8. Solar Steam Performance @ 1 MW  Performance Temperature Up to 750 F (180 C)  Constructability Up to 900 F (200 C)  Reliability Pressure Up to 150 PSIa (10 BARa)  Scalability Up to 230 PSIa (16 BARa)  Operability Annual Energy per 1,500 MWh 8 Rais (12,800 Sq.m)Engineered for Customer Needs
  9. 9.  ASME “S” Stamp Solar boiler standard  ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code  Section I, 2007 Edition, 2008a Addenda  ASME B31.1 Power Piping Code  2007 Edition, 2008a Addenda  Structural Codes  Uniform building code  International building code  Authorized inspectorStandard Code Designed
  10. 10.  Most land-efficient solar technology, lowest cost CSP technology  Lower land and grading costs and ongoing O&M costs, less time-intensive permitting  Easier access to contiguous, flat land, can be built on sloping sites (<3% grade)  Reduced environmental impact (no oil containments), lower view shed impact  Easy to erection, operation and maintenance, less time-intensive permitting  Scalable by adding solar steam generators, greater ability to site at existing power plants and industrial sites Solar Cell 16 RaisCSP Reference Plant Thin Film 24 Rais1 MW = 12,000 Sqm = 8 Rai Solar Trough 12 Rais = 1.3 Hectares CLFR 8 Rais Solar Tower 16 RaisCLFR Advantages
  11. 11.  SSG is the building block Each SSG contains one receiver with boiler tubes Receiver heated by reflector rows in segments Segments comprised of factory assembled reflectors and drives Modular System 250 kW, 1MW, 5MW, 10 MW Scalable 1MW, 5MW, 25 MW, 50 MWModular, Scalable deployment
  12. 12. Downward facing receiver cavity supports boiler tubes Height ~10 m 25 towers support 400 m long receiver Install on <3% grade in both 13 Reflectors E-W and N-S directions Width ~40 mField Assembly
  13. 13.  Rapid field erection Minimal grading required (3% grade acceptable) Simple foundations Steel Truss Structural Receiver (boiler tube and housing) assembled on ground, hoisted, hydrostatically tested and stamped Assemble reflectors on beams and connect driveFast Erection
  14. 14. Steam Test Out of Focus Aug 25/2011 Cloudy Row No. 11.30 1 95 109 104 2 130 131 130 3 160 160 160 4 190 191 190 Row No. 13.30 1 135 135 140 2 151 150 155 3 165 165 163 4 173 175 172 InfocusOct 4, 2011 11:45-12:00 Cloudy Row No. Zone1 Zone2 Zone3 1 150 180 190 2 170 210 210 3 210 270 300 4 290 350 380
  15. 15.  Boiler Trips rotate reflected light away from receiver  High exit pressure  High exit temperature  UPS back-up for reflector drive power  Passive thermal protection protects against concurrent loss of  Feed water  AC mains  UPS backup  Worst Case  Summer Solstice Solar Noon  Boiler is completely hot and drySafety
  16. 16.  Simple, reliable, robust  Design for medium insolation, soft-land, and humid countries  Saturated or Superheated steam at pressure and temperatures that customers want  High-volume manufacturing and installation, scalable and modular  ASME Section I design  Commitment to customers world-wide  Lowest cost, most land- efficient CSP technologySummary
  17. 17. Efficiency % Reflector 90 Receiver 80 Thermal Storage 85 Turbine 30 Generator 85 Thermal to Electrical 15Efficiency
  18. 18. • Delta Truss • Software Analysis - Linear First Order - Linear Second Order - Non-linear First Order - Non-linear Second Order - Dynamic Harmonic - Dynamic Seismic - Dynamic Modal - Bucking - Stiffness - Own weight - Shell Stress - Torsion - Thermal expansion - Moment • Antirust treatment • Easy to transport and erectionSTRUCTURE DESIGN
  19. 19. CLFR Diagram
  20. 20. Overall Effective Seasonal Technology Owner USD/m2 efficiency cost variation Photovoltaic 800 10 8000 1:2.5 Trough SEGSVI 250 14 1430 1:5 Trough EURO 206 12 1470 1:5 CLFR AUSRA 110 10 1100 1:5 Redressable Trough Xiao 50 20 250 1:2.5 Tower DPT1200 150 24 350 1:7 Dish Stirling SOLO 150 29.5 200 1:8 Dish Turbine 80 35 180 1:8Comparison of Solar Thermal Technologies
  21. 21. Linear Receiver
  22. 22. Descriptions THB (Million) Foundation 3.50 Steel Column 5.50 Reflector Mirror 25.00 Low Pressure Turbine 250 k x 4 22.00 1 MW XFUR with Controller 7.50 Solar Boiler (Receiver Cavity) 12.50 Solar Tracking 2.50 Thermal Storage + Backup Burner 15.00 Accessories 8.50 Sub Total 102.00 VAT 7.14 Total 109.14Cost for 1 MW System
  23. 23. Space Frame Structure
  24. 24. Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector
  25. 25. Steam Output 400 PSI 450 C
  26. 26. Turbine Test
  27. 27. Induction Motor withScrew Turbine 250 kW
  28. 28. Controller Panel
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