This 4-day executive course covers the latest developments and improvements, design, application, operation, heat rate comparison, emission control technologies and revenues and rate of return analysis for the sub-critical and supercritical thermal power generation plants.
Date: 27-30 November, 2017
Duration: 4 Days
Venue: The University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore
Fee: RS 40000, Course fee includes refreshment and lunch
Online Registration: To Register Click Here
Who Should Attend: Executives, Managers and Engineers of all Disciplines
Power plants industry is rushing toward cruising competition, prompting more creative uses of energy and unprecedented advancements in plant efficiencies. Furthermore, in recent years, computer capability has skyrocketed in effectiveness and plummeted in cost, launching a mass invasion of control rooms by digital instrumentation. Changes such as these make today’s thermal power plant more diverse and more complex mix of technologies than ever before.
Conventional coal-fired power plants, which make water boil to generate steam that activates a turbine, have efficiency of about 32%. Supercritical, Ultra-Supercritical and Advanced Ultra-Super-Critical power plants operate at temperatures and pressures above the critical point of water. This results in higher efficiencies – nearly 50%.
Similarly, a simple gas turbine operates at very low efficiency of about 20%. On the other hand, a heat recovery steam generation system (HRSG), also known as combined cycles could operate at 60% efficiency. Addition of evaporator cooler, natural gas heater and duct burners could further increase this efficiency.
The course is intended to give participants a working knowledge of the most modern thermal power plants. This course is designed to provide a thorough coverage of generation and transformation to electric power and energy as well as the design, monitoring, analysis of thermal power systems. The three- day course provides a contemporary overview of this far-reaching field as well as bringing together the core of knowledge from several topics encompassed by the field.
This 5-day executive course covers the latest developments and improvements, design, application, operation, heat rate comparison, emission control technologies and revenues and rate of return analysis for the conventional, supercritical, ultra-supercritical and advanced ultra-supercritical thermal power generation plants.