Slide1 l.jpg
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 32

Jürgen Aydt, EnBW Kraftwerke AG, Germany PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 249 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

WEC Committee on the Performance of Generating Plant (PGP) Workshop “POWER SECTOR TRENDS & ISSUES: TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL BENCHMARKING OF POWER PLANTS” Mexico City, 4 November 2008. The KISSY - Database. Jürgen Aydt, EnBW Kraftwerke AG, Germany. What is KISSY?.

Download Presentation

Jürgen Aydt, EnBW Kraftwerke AG, Germany

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Slide1 l.jpg

WEC Committee on the Performance of Generating Plant (PGP)

Workshop

“POWER SECTOR TRENDS & ISSUES: TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL BENCHMARKING OF POWER PLANTS”

Mexico City, 4 November 2008

The KISSY - Database

Jürgen Aydt, EnBW Kraftwerke AG, Germany


Slide2 l.jpg

What is KISSY?

  • KISSY is an abbreviation for the German

  • Kraftwerksinformationssystem –

  • which means: Power plants information system

a database managed by VGB,

which is an European association

an information system for thermal power plants

multilingual: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian,

Portuguese and soon in Danish

an online evaluation tool

It is possible to analyse component experiences

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide3 l.jpg

Who participates in KISSY?

KISSY contents information from 10 countries and 359 units

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide4 l.jpg

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide5 l.jpg

Basis are harmonized terms

Basis of every collaboration is a common understanding. Therefore VGB

  • defines performance indicators, terms, descriptions

  • and the necessary calculation-formulas

  • fixes rules for the data collection and

  • edits booklets to publish the results

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide6 l.jpg

Basis are harmonized terms

Objective is to harmonize

  • the understanding of those defined indicators

  • the data collection of the input data

  • the calculation of the indicators and statistics and

  • the use of those indicators

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide7 l.jpg

Example for the necessity of uniform ideas

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide8 l.jpg

  • Terms of utility industry

  • Part B

  • Power and District Heat

  • Booklet 3

  • Fundamentals and systematic of availability determinationfor Thermal Power Plants

  • 7th Edition 2008

The basic guideline

The VGB work group “Definitions” has actualised our fundamental

guideline. The English and German version were published in 2008 – also in a pdf-file. The French one will follow next year.

The definitions of the former

Unipede-indicators, that are

supported, are included.

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide9 l.jpg

Which data are collected in KISSY?

  • Information of the Utility (fixed data like adresses,etc.)

  • Information about the Power Plant Unit

• Components

▪ Boiler

▪ Steam Turbine

▪ Gas Turbine

▪ Generator

• Availability data

• Unavailability Incidents

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide10 l.jpg

How to work with KISSY?

Enter Internet address (URL):

https://bkw.vgb.org/kissy-p

- 128 bit encryption from VeriSign

Multilingual

Menu Item: Selection; Incidents; Import …

enter the personal usernameand password

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide11 l.jpg

Entering of data via Form

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide12 l.jpg

Characteristic Values:Availability of Thermal Power Plants

ParameterFormulaUnit

gross or net nominal capacityPNMW

reference periodtNh

Total 12 mandatory fields

operating timetBh

nominal energyWBGWh

energy generatedWN=PN x tNGWh

energy unavailabilityWnvGWh

unavailability timetnvh

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide13 l.jpg

Menu item „Incidents“

  • Overview of all unavailability incidents

  • Enter and/or edit your data

  • Print out

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide14 l.jpg

Characteristic Values:Unavailability of Thermal Power Plants

Parameter

start & end date of the unavailability incident

unavailability energy or capacity

Total 8 mandatory fields

power plant identification system (KKS)

time frame

i.e.:- (A) automatic load-rejection / fast shutdown

- (C) controlled shutdown within 12 hours

- (F) start-up-time extension

- (H) postponable more than 12 hours

- (K) yearly shutdown program

type of incident

i.e.:- (A1) failure without damage

- (B1) check / condition check

- (B7) revision

- (F0) official test / measure

main impact of incident

- (2) power limitation

- (4) plant out of operation

remarks

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide15 l.jpg

Menu item „Import“

Search ...

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide16 l.jpg

Entering of data via import through a CSV-file

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide17 l.jpg

Menu item „Evaluation“

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide18 l.jpg

Evaluations and Reports in KISSY

  • Operating Results of Nuclear Power Plants

  • Technical-scientific Reports

    • Availability of Thermal Power Plants

    • Analysis of Unavailability of Thermal Power Plants

  • Annual Report

  • Online Evaluations

  • Special Evaluations

  • KISSY/TherPerf Report from 2009 on

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide19 l.jpg

Operating Results of Nuclear Power Plants

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide20 l.jpg

Technical-Scientific Reports

Analysis of Unavailability

of Thermal Power Plants

1998 - 2007

Availability

of Thermal Power Plants

1998 - 2007

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide21 l.jpg

Anonymous Evaluation

Capacity

Availability

TS-Report

AV & AU

Utilization

Fuels

types of

firing

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide22 l.jpg

Technical-Scientific ReportsAvailability of Thermal Power Plants

A.4.1 Bituminous Coal-fired Units, Total

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide23 l.jpg

Technical-Scientific ReportsAvailability of Thermal Power Plants

A.4.1 Bituminous Coal-fired Units, Total

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide24 l.jpg

Technical-Scientific ReportsAvailability of Thermal Power Plants

Service Life

A.3.1 Fossil-fired Units, Germany

Period 1980-2007

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide25 l.jpg

postponable

not postponable

others

Unavailability incidents

per unit and year

Energy unavailability [%]

Technical-Scientific ReportsAnalysis of Unavailability of Thermal Power Plants

H

H

KKS-Function-Keys:

C - Instrumentation and control equipment

E - Conventional fuel suppla and residues disposal

H - Conventional heat generation

L - Steam. water. gas cycles

M - Main machine sets

P - Cooling water systems

B

H

H

L

L

M

L

M

L

M

M

H

H

H

H

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008

2007

1998-2007

2007

1998-2007


Slide26 l.jpg

Online-Evaluation

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide27 l.jpg

Online Evaluation “Trend Chart: Month”

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide28 l.jpg

Online Evaluation “Line Chart”

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide29 l.jpg

Online Evaluation “Benchmark Chart”

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide30 l.jpg

Online Evaluation “Pareto Chart”

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide31 l.jpg

Special Evaluation

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


Slide32 l.jpg

Thank you for your attention!

WEC PGP, 4 November 2008


  • Login