- Design and estimate documentation of the power plant
|Construction type:||Construction of a power center, design of a power plant|
|Scope of work:||The power plant is designed to supply electricity to the grid, without supplying excess power to the power system of the Tula region and providing heat energy in the form of steam and network water to the plant's consumers connected to the power center.|
|Object:||"Power plant (EC) for power supply and heat supply, located at the address: Russia, Tula region, Efremov"|
|Location:||Efremov city, Russian Federation|
The Turbopar Design Institute has completed the development of design documentation for the facility: "Energy Center (EC) for power supply and heat supply, located at the address: Russia, Tula region, Efremov."
The power center is designed to supply electricity to the grid, without supplying excess power to the power system of the Tula region and to provide heat energy in the form of steam and network water to the plant's consumers connected to the power center.
The installed electrical and heat capacity of the power center is calculated on the basis of the technical characteristics of the installed equipment under ISO conditions:
- electric - 24.9 MW;
- thermal - 19.76 Gcal / h.
The project provides for the construction of an EC based on JMC 624 GS-N.LC GE Jenbacher gas engines and EGB CLAYTON waste heat boilers.
Design solutions to ensure industrial safety include a number of organizational and technical measures and technical means aimed at preventing accidents, localizing, preventing their development and elimination, safe operation of processes and equipment, exclusion of erroneous actions of maintenance personnel that could lead to undesirable consequences.
The building of the Energy Center (EC) is detached, which is a metal frame, consisting of three volumes of different heights. In terms of plan, the Energocenter has a rectangular shape with dimensions of 25.55x54.0 m with an extension of 3.6x9 m.
The framework of the Energy Center (EC) can be divided into two blocks:
1st block (electrical span);
2nd block (boiler room and machine room).
The routing of engineering networks is linked to the general solution of the master plan, as a unified system of engineering communications, taking into account the existing networks. Engineering networks are located in the condition of optimal service by inputs and outputs of buildings and structures with their minimum length and taking into account the linkage with the existing networks.
Construction of a new highly efficient source of electric and thermal energy will provide the plant with cheaper energy and increase the reliability of its power supply.