Computer Simulation Principles of Combined-cycle Power Plants Start-ups Assignment Schedules
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- Combined-cycle power plant start-up assignment schedule, Gas turbine unit, Steam turbine, Computer simulation
Combined Cycle Power Plant (CCPP) operation in power systems is characterized by the necessity of having a lot of shutdowns with subsequent start-ups from various thermal states. CCPP start-up assignment schedules from various thermal states are developed on the base of the start-ups modes cycling analysis. At the same time the compliance with technology requirements is ensured. This also ensures maintaining the values of start-ups rate key indicators at a level close to the maximum allowable. Thus the maximum reduction of start-up duration is achieved. The principal criterion of CCPP start-ups optimization is their duration based on any constraints that ensure the equipment reliability. Experimental testing of start-ups modes gives the possibility to identify the technology of their implementation. Further improvement of start-ups process and start-up assignment schedules optimization are performed by calculation method. This paper describes the basic principles which can determine the automatic construction of CCPP start-up assignment schedules from various thermal states, which are able to change during start-up operations.
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TY - CONF AU - Yuri Radin AU - Tatiana Kontorovich PY - 2015/07 DA - 2015/07 TI - Computer Simulation Principles of Combined-cycle Power Plants Start-ups Assignment Schedules BT - Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Computer Science and Intelligent Communication PB - Atlantis Press SP - 365 EP - 366 SN - 2352-538X UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/csic-15.2015.87 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/csic-15.2015.87 ID - Radin2015/07 ER -