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A short presentation about the different components of a steam power plant. It first tells us what's a steam power plant and then explains how electricity is generated by them.

A short presentation about the different components of a steam power plant. It first tells us what's a steam power plant and then explains how electricity is generated by them.

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  • 1. Prepared By, Akhil S Electrical & Electronics Engg. MACE
  • 2. Introduction  Works on Rankine Cycle  Steam produced in boiler (usually by burning coal) is expanded in the prime mover (ie; steam turbine)  Condensed steam is fed back to boiler again  The steam turbine drives the alternator produces electricity  Steam power plants contribute about 65% of total electrical energy generated in India
  • 3. Rankine Cycle
  • 4. Layout of Steam Power Plant The schematic arrangement of a modern steam power station can be divided into the following stages:  Coal and ash handling plant  Steam generating plant  Steam turbine  Alternator  Feed water  Cooling arrangement
  • 5. Coal and Ash handling plant  Coal is transported to power station by rail or road and stored in coal storage plant and then pulverised  Pulverised coal is fed to fed to the boiler by belt conveyers  Coal gets burned in the boiler and ash produced is removed to the ash handling plant and then delivered to ash storage plant for disposal  A 100MW station operating at 50% LF may burn about 20000tons of coal per month and produce 3000 tons of ash
  • 6. Coal handling plant • Wagon unloading system • Crushing system • Conveying system Coal handling plant section
  • 7. ASH HANDLING PLANT The Ash from the boiler is collected in two forms: 1. Bottom Ash(Slurry):It’s a waste which is dumped into a Ash Pond 2. Fly ash: Fly ash is separated from Flue Gases in ESP(Electro static Precipitator). Fly Ash & Flue Gases Economizer ESP Bottom ash(wet ash) Ash Pond Boiler Cylo Chimney Fly ash Flue Gases Cement Factory
  • 8. Steam generating plant The steam generating plant consists of a boiler for the production of steam and other auxiliary equipment for the utilization of flue gases 1) Boiler: The heat of combustion in the boiler is utilized to convert water into steam at high temperature and pressure
  • 9. Boiler at Kota Thermal Power Station
  • 10. Steam generating plant 2) Superheater: The steam produced in boiler is wet and is passed through a superheater where it is dried and superheated. Increases efficiency
  • 11. Steam generating plant 3) Economiser: It’s essentially a feed water heater and derives heat from the flue gases
  • 12. Steam generating plant 4) Air Preheater: Increases the temperature of the air supplied for coal burning by deriving heat from flue gases. Air is drawn from the atmosphere by a forced drought fan and is passed through air preheater before supplying to the boiler furnace.
  • 13. Steam Turbine  Dry and superheated steam from superheater is fed to the steam turbine.  The heat energy of steam when passing over the blades of turbine is converted into mechanical energy.  After giving energy to the turbine, the steam is exhausted to the condenser which condenses the exhausted steam by means of cold water circulation
  • 14. Turbine – Full View
  • 15. Alternator  Steam turbine is coupled to an alternator which converts the mechanical energy to electrical energy  The electrical output of the alternator is delivered to the bus bars through transformer, circuit breakers and isolators.
  • 16. Feed Water  The condensate from the condenser is used as feed water to the boiler.  The water that may be lost in the cycle is made up from the external source  The feed water on its way to boiler gets heated up by water heaters and economiser.  This helps to improve the overall efficiency of the plant
  • 17. Raw Water Purified DM water For cooling purpose Steam Conden ser Water in a Power Plant is used for 1.Production of Steam- for rotating turbine. 2.Cooling Purpose- For cooling of various equipment 3% of water is wasted during this process. Appx 4 cubic mt water is lost /day/MW
  • 18. Cooling Arrangement  Condenser condenses the steam exhausted from the turbine  Water is drawn from natural sources like river, lake, canals…  Circulating water takes up the heat and itself gets heated up  This hot water can be discharged away or used again by using a cooling tower
  • 19. Reference  Principles of Power System- V.K. Mehta  A Course in Power Systems- J.B. Gupta