Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science


Author’s Name : M Thamarai Kannan | K Ravi | V Sugumaran  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 10 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 7-10

Abstract – The extra quickly warm pleasure of generators in the control plants calls used for hydrogen cooling, and irrigate is old as coolant to cool downward the boiling hydrogen which comes away since the hydrogen cooling system (HCS) at the generating end. Therefore, in huge generating flora, the development of cooling and the coolant happen to important parts of the warm exchangers. Hence, condition of a consistent HCS is a should be developed. This paper presents improvement and executions of a supervisory-control-and data acquisition-based development manage and monitoring system .A novel technique of six-stage maintain surplus controlled HCS is projected for the cooling of outsized generators in thermal power plant(s). This planned system is similarly consistent for steam-turbine-based generating plant life and incorporated gasification collective round flora. The whole method direct and monitoring, popularly known as human being–machine edge of HCS, has been industrial and virtual on a coincident computerization proposal by Rockwell mechanization.  

Keywords— Hydrogen Cooling System (HCS), Steam turbine,  Airpreheater


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