MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 245, 2018International Scientific Conference on Energy, Environmental and Construction Engineering (EECE-2018)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Engineering Nets and Equipment|
|Published online||05 December 2018|
Improving the efficiency of heating boiler plants by using the variable-frequency drive with different methods of heat supply regulation
Vyatka State University, State Educational Institution of Higher Education, The Electrical Engineering Department ; 610000 36, Moskovskaya street, Kirov city, Kirov region, Russia
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The aim of the work is to improve the energy efficiency of heating boiler plants by reducing the spe-cific electric energy consumption for heat supply by using the variable-frequency drive (VFD) with different methods of heat supply regulation. Hydraulic and thermal calculations of the heating net-work are performed on the example of the real district heating system. Heat network temperature charts of district heating are selected and calculated considering preservation of high quality of district heating. The description of the calculation algorithm of the research and the results of the calculation of the basic mode of district heating heat supply according to the standard temperature chart of varia-ble temperature control are given in the article. Places of installation of VFD are determined on the base of the basic mode. The results of calculation of three different methods of heat supply regulation are presented: standard heat network temperature chart of variable temperature control with using the VFD, extended heat network temperature chart of constant temperature/variable flow control, extend-ed heat network temperature chart using the VFD.
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