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Energy Analysis of Thermal Power Plant
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.386-392  
Author(s)
Raviprakash kurkiya, Sharad chaudhary
KEYWORDS
— Energy, efficiency, thermal power plant, first law analysis, energy losses, optimization, coal.
ABSTRACT
Energy analysis helps designers to find ways to improve the performance of a system in a many way. Most of the conventional energy losses optimization method are iterative in nature and require the interpretation of the designer at each iteration. Typical steady state plant operation conditions were determined based on available trending data and the resulting condition of the operation hours. The energy losses from individual components in the plant is calculated based on these operating conditions to determine the true system losses. In this, first law of thermodynamics analysis was performed to evaluate efficiencies and various energy losses. In addition, variation in the percentage of carbon in coal content increases the overall efficiency of plant that shows the economic optimization of plant.
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