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During this webinar, KBC discusses the benefits of modelling steam and power systems.
The webinar discussion includes:
• Components of a typical steam system
• What needs to be included on a steam model?
• Benefits of having a steam model
• Modelling approaches to get the best results from your steam model
• Case Studies
Although a site may already be effectively managed by equipped staff, or seem too simple to benefit from modelling its utility (steam) system, the truth is there is always something that isn’t being considered and complexities of the site are often underestimated. If we consider all factors that affect the running of a utility system, such as planned and unplanned process changes, seasonal variations, equipment constraints (e.g. boiler and turbine limits), changing fuel costs and availability, complex power tariff structures, etc., it becomes clear that, without the proper tools, finding the best operating mode at any time is a daunting task.