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REFUSE TO ENERGY RECOVERY
POWER PLANT SIMULATOR
Furnace Pressure Simulator Screen for 12 MW Refuse (Solid Waste) Incinerator Energy Recovery Power Plant
This simulator is a dynamic model of a 11MW Refuse to Energy power plant. It is based on a real plant in Los Angeles - COMMERCE Refuse-to-Energy Facility. The plant is in operation since 1981. It was the first plant in the world to use a unique state of the art combination of air pollution control devices. These devices consist of ammonia and limestone injection into the furnace, followed by a dry scrubber and finishing with a baghouse. The facility burns an average of 360 tons of trash per day and generate a net 10 MW of electricity for 20,000 Southern California homes.
In this Refuse to Energy Plant simulator, user can practice plant startup, shutdown, manipulate load setpoints or activate control systems interactively and review the system behavior on the graphical displays. In addition, user can insert an equipment malfunctions, and evaluate the automatic control systemís responses or execute different operating strategies to mitigate the upset. The simulator is currently used for operator training.
The Simulator major models include:
The Simulator has:
Below are sample screens of the Simulator:
Simulator Screen for one of the Bailey DCS Interface of Boiler Master
Simulator Screen for Plant Overview
Simulator Screen for Deaerator and Steam Supply
Simulator Screen for Condenser and Condensate
Simulator Screen for Turbine Control Panel Emulation
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