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Title: Optimum economy and efficiency in energy consumption during start-up and shut-down of 210mw thermal power stations
Authors: Paul, I P S
Sabberwal, S P
Kaushik, S C
Keywords: Boiler feed pump
Condensate extraction pump
Energy conservation
Induced draft fan
Power station engineer
Thermal power station
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Citation: Energy Convers. Mgmt 37, (4) 495-500
Abstract: The paper reports the results of investigations for reduction in auxiliary power for reliable running of Indian thermal power generation plants with optimum economy and efficiency in power consumption. The problems during start-up, loading and shut-down, leading to delays, thus higher energy consumption, and measures to be adopted to overcome the same have been described.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/205
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