Power Generation Retrofitting: Optimising Power Plant Performance

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Paul Winkle
John Wiley & Sons, Feb 11, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 148 pages
Power Generation Retrofitting – Optimizing Power Plant Performance reviews the experience of previous retrofitting projects and assesses the options currently available from power plant and equipment manufacturers. The book also considers the likely future demand for retrofit services from the UK and overseas markets.

Power Generation Retrofitting – Optimizing Power Plant Performance will be of value to those involved in the management, operation, or maintenance of existing plant and to those involved in the design, development, and servicing of steam plant and auxiliary systems.


CONTENTS INCLUDE:

  • How high-tech fossil-fuel handling can minimize profit loss when retrofitting steam power generation plant
  • Exchanging rotary heaters
  • The role of the plate heat exchanger in achieving improved performance on steam power generation plant
  • Low-mass-flux, vertical tube furnace retrofit at
    Yaomeng in the People’s Republic of China
  • Optimized plant retrofits
  • New life for older plants – recent utility boilers refurbishment experience.
 

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Contents

How Hightech Fossilfuel Handling can Minimize Profit Loss
1
Exchanging Rotary Heaters
15
The Role of the Plate Heat Exchanger in Achieving Improved
31
Lowmassflux Vertical Tube Furnace Retrofit at Yaomeng
45
Steam Turbine Retrofits on NonOEM Plant
67
Improvements in Efficiency Accuracy and Stability using
85
Retrofitting Steam Power Generation Plant for Improved
113
Optimized Plant Retrofits
127
Index
147
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Paul Winkle is the author of Power Generation Retrofitting: Optimising Power Plant Performance, published by Wiley.

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