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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 19)
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The Optimization Test Study for the Vacuum System of Piping Main-Scheme in the 600MW Unit

Li Qiong, Chang Shuping, Guo Jianglong, Wang Xingguo and Fu Jiancheng
Corresponding Author:  Li Qiong 

Key words:  Dual-pressure condenser, operation optimization, vacuum pump, vacuum, , ,
Vol. 6 , (19): 3679-3681
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January 07, 2013 March 02, 2013 October 20, 2013
Abstract:

The operation mode of dual-pressure condenser directly influences the vacuum, which makes the entire enthalpy change to affect the economy of the unit. In the vacuum system for the dual-pressure condenser, it is different for the vacuum influenced by both the piping-main scheme and the individual running, which gets along with the load. When the load is higher, the piping-main scheme running is suggested. Contrarily, the individual running is done. Compared to the piping-main scheme running, it can make the higher side pressure reduce 0.12 kPa, which is an obvious effect. The method provides the operation references for energy-saving of the plant.
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Li Qiong, Chang Shuping, Guo Jianglong, Wang Xingguo and Fu Jiancheng, 2013. The Optimization Test Study for the Vacuum System of Piping Main-Scheme in the 600MW Unit.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(19): 3679-3681.
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