MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 260, 20192018 7th International Conference on Power Science and Engineering (ICPSE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||New Energy Development and Energy Storage Technology|
|Published online||25 January 2019|
Comprehensive technologies for increase of reliability and energy efficiency of medium capacity PTVM and KVGM hot-water boilers
Non-profit JSC “Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications”, Baitursynov str. 126/1, Almaty, Kazakhstan
This article is dedicated to the problems of reliability, long-term thermal capacity and operational efficiency rate of PTVM and KGVM hot-water boilers. Based on the analysis of statistic data, tests, and certain works on increase of efficiency and reliability of PTVM-100 tower hot-water boilers, which were performed in Kazakhstan, it may be said that the reconstruction of PTVM-100 boilers accomplished on CHP was mainly aimed at the increase of reliability while saving the operational efficiency of boilers almost without changes. If the boiler is operating on fuel oil and without periodical washes, then it is possible to achieve consistent operation only under 75% of the nominal operational load. Structural changes of the PTVM-100 boiler unit offered by authors, along with the increase of operational reliability on fuel oil and it’s thermal capacity, allow increasing boiler’s efficiency rate up to 91-92% if it is operated under nominal load and using fuel oil. Structure the new KV-GM 55 hot-water boiler with horizontal design includes the two-row bi-radiated screen wrapping around the furnace and the new arrangement of convective packs, which are now located next to each other, allowed to increase heating characteristics of the boiler significantly due to the intensification of heat exchange and decrease of temperature of gases released from behind of the boiler unit, as well as to increase boiler’s efficiency rate up to 92,5% under nominal load.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2019
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