Pollution Research Paper

Vol.31, Issue 04, 2012; Page No.(533-553 )

BOILER DRUM WATER, SWAS FOLLOWED BY DEMINERALISED AND RAW WATER QUALITY "A REVIEW ON STABLE WATER CHEMISTRY & ITS QUALITY OF INDIA'S LARGEST CAPTIVE POWER PLANT, 9X135 MW CPP VEDANTA JHARSUGUDA" ORISSA, INDIA

GATTU RAMBHAV, G. SAMBASIVA RAO AND GYANENDRA KUMAR SRIVASTAVA

Abstract

Coal based Captive Power plant is the basic source of energy (Power Generation)for the utilization in industry for manufacturing units as well as domestic purposes. The systematic approach adopted for boiler water circuits and converted into steam to generate power through turbo generator systems. Boiler water and steam chemistry play an important role to sustain and perform of boiler efficiency for a long period and also helping to generate optimum power. In another side reduces maintenance cost in respect to boiler tube leakages due to maintain water chemistry under norms. Overall if conclude Boiler water and steam chemistry of this entire circuit play an important role to increase the life span of assets. Highest optimum power generation and reduces maintenance cost, which is tangible benefits for the power generation units. Quality of DM Water, Boiler Drum, Economizer, Super heater and Super saturated steam sustain under the specified norms. All boiler related parameters maintained its performance better than designed of the plant. The detail study was carried out from April, 2010 to Sept, 2011. From the results of the study it was found that regular focus and observations are required to maintain physico¬ó chemical parameters to run the plant efficiently in respect to water chemistry.

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