Simulator of the Condensing Turbine’s Regulation System in the Power Unit’s Load Control System

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M. Pawlak, R. Szczepaniak, P. Gałecki, B. Ciecierski

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The article describes the power unit of a thermal power plant as a multiparameter plant working with the National Power System. The applied methods and load control systems are presented. Next, the structure and operation principle of the programmable logic controller and basic programming languages are discussed. Then the article presents the implementation of the turbine model and control system for the Simatic 1200 PLC. The next chapter is devoted to the presentation of sample waveforms along with a comparison with an actual facility.












 



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M. Pawlak, R. Szczepaniak, P. Gałecki, B. Ciecierski. (2018). Simulator of the Condensing Turbine’s Regulation System in the Power Unit’s Load Control System. Acta Energetica, (03), 104–114. Retrieved from https://www.actaenergetica.org/index.php/journal/article/view/126
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