Industrial IT Power Management System For Industrial Plants - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

industrial it power management system for industrial plants n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Industrial IT Power Management System For Industrial Plants PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Industrial IT Power Management System For Industrial Plants

play fullscreen
1 / 87
Industrial IT Power Management System For Industrial Plants
250 Views
Download Presentation
temple
Download Presentation

Industrial IT Power Management System For Industrial Plants

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. IndustrialITPower Management System For Industrial Plants Lead Competence Center Electrical Control Systems

  2. IndustrialIT PMS for Industrial Plants Power Management Drivers PMS Architecture PMS Functionality Benefits References

  3. Business Drivers for PMS • Prevention of Blackouts • Reduction of Energy Costs • Reduction of Investment Costs • Reduction of Operational Costs • Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S) Risk Management

  4. } } } } Power Control Mode Control SCADA Load Shedding Operational Drivers for PMS Critical loads Limited in-plant generation Insufficient reliability of grid supply • Several generators • Power-sharing with other plants/sites • Different electrical operational configurations possible • Generation & distribution networks • “Local only” control facilities

  5. Architecture

  6. G G G G G G 33 kV M M G G G G 6 kV M M M M M M M M G G G M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 400 V Typical Electrical Network of Industries

  7. G G G M M M Electrical Distribution Equipment 48MW 10kV Switchgear ENMC 10.5kV, 4000A, 50kA Eg SB404-C1 60MVA 0.4MVA 35kV Switchgear Eg SB415-B1 to EM BOARD 35kV, 2500A, 31.5kA Eg SB400-B1 Transformer 1.6MVA 1.6MVA 1.6MVA 10kV MCC 16MVA 16MVA 10.5kV,1250A, 31.5kA Eg SB400-C1 Eg SB410-C1 10.5kV,1250A, 31.5kA 3.2MW 400V MCC 400, 2500A, 80kA Eg SB410-N1 10.5kV,1250A, 31.5kA M M M M Eg SB409-C1

  8. Fast Functions are performed by Controllers: • Load Shedding / Re-Acceleration / Re-Starting • Power Control • Mode Control Plant & Enterprise Management Systems Remote Users TCP/IP Network OperatorStation Server EngineeringStation Control Network Serial links to AVR AC800MController Serial links to Governor Serial Links to Emergency Diesel Generator ACS 601 S800 I/O MCC Substation 1 Substation 2 Substation N Substation Z IndustrialIT System 800xA Architecture for PMS

  9. SS100 SS200 SS300 SS400 SS500 SS600 SS700 SS800 ProcessPortal S800 I/O PSS1 CCR IndustrialIT System 800xA Architecture for PMS (ring network)

  10. PMS Functionality

  11. Power Management Functionality • Load Shedding • Active and Reactive Power Control • Mode Control • SCADA & Integration • Re-Acceleration / Re-Starting • Synchronisation

  12. ? With Load Shedding Without Load Shedding

  13. Load Shedding: The types • Fast Load Shedding on Loss of Power Resources • Load Shedding on Frequency Drop • Slow Load Shedding on Overload • Slow Load Shedding for Peak Shaving • Manual Load Shedding

  14. Load Shedding: Keywords • Fast • Exact • Flexible • Co-ordinated • Deterministic • Security and Reliability • Accurate Event Logging • Operator Guidance • Independent Back-up System

  15. 30MW 20MW 15MW G2 G1 M3 M4 M1 M2 M5 M6 M7 20MW (1) 9MW (5) 6MW (3) 1MW (3) 10MW (2) 7MW (4) 12MW (5) ABB’s Starting-point for Load Shedding • Secure electrical power to critical loads • Minimal disturbance to plant operation • No spurious operation

  16. G G G G M M M M M M M M G G G M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M Contingency Load Shedding 33 kV level G G G G G G (back-up) M M 6 kV level (back-up) 400 V level

  17. Load Shed breakers: Open Command 5 ms. CB position 1 s. Power Flow 1 s. Technical Data Load Shedding Substation 1 G G G G G G 11 kV M M Substation N G G G G 6 kV 6 kV M M M M M M M M Initiation breakers: CB position 5 ms. Power Flow 1 s.

  18. Display Load Shedding Overview

  19. Power Management Functionality • Load Shedding • Active and Reactive Power Control • Mode Control • SCADA & Integration • Re-Acceleration / Re-Starting • Synchronisation

  20. Maximum Excitation (Rotor Heating) Rotor Instability Line Turbine Maximum MVA-circle (Stator Heating) P Minimum PF-Leading Minimum Excitation Minimum PF-lagging Operating Minimum Q-Lead Q-Lag Display Generator Capability Diagram

  21. P Q-Lead Q-Lag Active and Reactive Power Control • Active Power Sharing: • Efficient Power Generation • Power Exchange optimization (Power Demand Control) • Avoid component overloading(generator, transformer, seacable) • Spinning reserve optimization • Standby optimization • Reactive Power Sharing: • Achieve stable operation • Power Factor optimization

  22. Power Control Example Displays • Calculated Control Margins • Generator Capability Diagram • Grid Capability Diagram • Maximum Demand Monitoring • Tie-line Monitoring • Mark V Vibration • Mark V Gas Turbine Generator Overview

  23. Display Calculated Control Margins

  24. Overview of the control mode of the turbine/generator unit Overview of the control mode of the turbine Overview of the control mode of the generator Overview of the measurements and the setpoints Overview of the operation of the network Working point of the turbine and the generator 10 Dynamic keys for operator control Setpoint to the turbine and the generator Generator Capability Diagram Display

  25. Generator Dialogue Faceplates

  26. Display Grid Capability Diagram

  27. Display Maximum Demand Monitoring

  28. Display Tie-line Billing Calculation

  29. Display Monitoring Tie-line

  30. Display Mark V Vibration

  31. Display Mark V Gas Turbine Generator Overview

  32. Power Management Functionality • Load Shedding • Active and Reactive Power Control • Mode Control • SCADA & Integration • Re-Acceleration / Re-Starting • Synchronisation

  33. Mode Control • for Generators • for Turbines • for Transformers • for Switchboards

  34. Display Governor Mode Control

  35. Power Management Functionality • Load Shedding • Active and Reactive Power Control • Mode Control • SCADA & Integration • Re-Acceleration / Re-Starting • Synchronisation

  36. Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition • Clearly Structured Presentation • Controls - Select Before Execute • Status Indications • Consistency Analysis • Time Tagged Events (1 ms resolution) • Alarmhandling, Reports, Trends • Supervision and Self Diagnostics • Single Window concept

  37. Integration with Supervisory Systems • Plant Information Systems - MIS • Regional Dispatch Centres • Power Generation Co-ordination Centres • Energy Trading • Utility Management Systems • Process DCS

  38. Integration with Subordinated Systems • Satellite Time Receiver (GPS) • Alarm annunciators • SF-6 Density Monitoring Units • Motor Control Centres • Battery Chargers • Meteorological Stations • Diesel Generators • Generator- and turbine controller • Protection and Control Units

  39. CB SPRING READY CB TRUCK OUT TEMPERATURE HIGH SF 6 GAS DENSITY LOADSHEDDED Measured Values IL1 Amps 800 IL2 Amps 803 IL3 Amps 801 Io 0 Iob 0 U12 kV 20 U23 kV 20 U31 kV 20 U1 kV 11.5 U2 kV 11.5 U3 kV 11.5 Uo - Volts 0 Use Up and Down to scroll view Events NOC3Low: E3 99-07-06 18:34:23:230 NOC3Low: E2 99-07-06 14:25:52:720 CB-HCU2: Opened 99-07-06 14:02:48:430 Use C-button to clear Events Integrated Protection & Control Units • Protection • Measuring of U,I,E, calculation of P & Q • Monitoring & Control • Interlockings • Alarm annunciation • Event Time Tagging • Disturbance Recording • Local storage of trip-events • Serial communication to PMS

  40. Power Management Functionality • Load Shedding • Active and Reactive Power Control • Mode Control • SCADA & Integration • Re-Acceleration / Re-Starting • Synchronisation

  41. Re-Acceleration / Re-Starting • Triggered by Load Shedding or Under-voltage • Individual motors • Priority per motor • Max. allowed time delay per motor • Network configuration check • Network restoration

  42. Power Management Functionality • Load Shedding • Active and Reactive Power Control • Mode Control • SCADA & Integration • Re-Acceleration / Re-Starting • Synchronisation

  43. Synchronisation • Automatic Synchronisation after boiler trip • Automatic Synchronisation initiated by operator • Semi Automatic Synchronisation • Manual Synchronisation

  44. Display Synchronisation (Jamnagar)