Thursday, 21 February 2019

Top 10 Thermal Power Plant of INDIA

Thermal Power Plant Generate 64.34% Electricity all over India
it is 221.8G watt

Three category in thermal power plant
Coal
Gas
Diesel


TOP 10 Coal Based Thermal Power Plant

10
Sipat Thermal Power Station
its capacity 2980 M Watt
Sector - Central {NTPC}
Location:- Chhattisgarh, Start at (2011)
They have UNITS
2 x 500 Mwatt
3 x 660 Mwatt


What is the full form of NTPC?


NTPC stands for “National Thermal Power Corporation Limited”. One of the giant Maharana categorised PSU of the GoI, under Power Ministry.
Incorporation year -1972.


09
Talcher Super Thermal Power Station
its capacity 3000 M Watt
Sector - Central {NTPC}
Location:- Odisha, Start at (1995)
They have UNITS
6 x 500 M Watt


08
Rihand Thermal Power Station
its capacity 3000 M Watt
Sector - Central {NTPC}
Location:- Uttar Pradesh, Start at (1988)
They have UNITS
6 x 500 M Watt


07
Tiroda Thermal Power Plant
its capacity 3300 M Watt
Sector - Private {Adani Power}
Location:- Maharashtra, Start at (2012)
They have UNITS
5 x 660 M Watt


06
Jindal Megha power station
its capacity 3400 M Watt
Sector - Private  {Jindal}
Location:- Chhattisgarh, Start at (2007)
They have UNITS
4 x 250 M Watt
4 x 600 M Watt


05
KSK Mahanadi power plant
its capacity 3600 M Watt
Sector - Private {KSK Energy Ventures}
Location:- Chhattisgarh,  Start at (2013)
They have UNITS
6 x 600 M Watt


04
Sasan Ultra Mega Power Plant
its capacity 3960 M Watt
Sector - Private {Reliance Power}
Location:- Madhya Pradesh, Start at (2013)
They have UNITS
6 x 660 M Watt


03
Mundra Ultra Mega Power Plant
its capacity 4000 M Watt
Sector - Private {TATA Power}
Location:- Gujarat, Start at (2012)
They have UNITS
5 x 800 M Watt


02
Mundra Thermal Power Station
its capacity 4620 M Watt
Sector - Private {Adani Power}
Location:- Gujarat, Start at (2009)
They have UNITS
4 x 330 M Watt
5 x 660 M Watt


01
Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Station
its capacity 4760 M Watt
Sector - Central {NTPC}
Location:- Madhya Pradesh, Start at (1987)
They have UNITS
6 x 210 M Watt
7 x 500 M Watt

Saturday, 9 February 2019

What Is Buchholz Relay and How Does It Work?

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Saturday, 26 January 2019

Happy Republic Day

Freedom has not come easy, it is because of the sacrifices of our freedom fighters, so never take it for granted.


Happy Republic Day


Friday, 25 January 2019

Top 10 Rules for Electric Safety

To play it safe around your home, just remember the rules for using electricity the right way.

1. DON'T plug a bunch of stuff into one outlet or extension cord.

It could damage the electrical system in your house or even cause a fire.




2. DO ask grown-ups to put safety caps on all unused electrical outlets.

Covering outlets will also help save energy by stopping cold drafts.
 



3. DON’T yank an electrical cord from the wall.

Pulling on a cord can damage the appliance, the plug or the outlet.
 



4. DO make sure all electric cords are tucked away, neat and tidy.

Pets might chew on electrical cords, and people might trip and fall.
 



5. DO ask a grown-up for help when you need to use something that uses electricity.
 





6. DO look up and look out for power lines before you climb a tree.

The electricity can go right through the tree branch - and right through you!
 



7. DON'T ever climb the fence around an electrical substation.

If a ball or pet gets inside the fence, ask a grown-up to call the electric company - they'll come and get it out for you.
 



8. DO remind your mom or dad to watch out for power lines when they're using a ladder, chainsaw or other outdoor equipment.
 



9. DO keep electrical stuff far away from water.
Most electrical accidents around the house happen when people use electricity near water.




10. DON’T fly a kite near power lines.
The kite and the string may conduct electricity – sending it right through you to the ground.
      



Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Applications of DC Shunt Motor

Applications of any motor depend mostly on its speed torque characteristics



As you can see in above image, even though output torque of DC shunt motor increases comparatively speed doesn’t fall much.
DC shunt motor is also called as constant speed motor.
In other words, if we assume that the supply voltage is constant then flux also becomes constant. At the rated speed the back emf also becomes nearly constant if the load is same.
The various applications of DC shunt motor are in
  1. Lathe Machines,
  2. Centrifugal Pumps,
  3. Fans,
  4. Blowers,
  5. Conveyors,
  6. Lifts,
  7. Weaving Machine,
  8. Spinning machines, etc.
So you will find application of DC Shunt motor wherever constant speed operation is required.

Saturday, 5 January 2019

What is special about Tubular Battery?

What is special about Tubular Battery?

This problem may arise when you buy Ups (inverter). In most cases, even the owner of the battery shop can not find the exact special features of the tube battery. One thing everyone knows is that the tubular battery is better than the normal battery, but how better?

Tubular batteries.













Have a look at this



Hope I have made it simple and clear.

A' solar power plant' usually refers to a large system, usually within the MWp power range. Just as solar panels are falling battery prices, efficiency is increasing and many different battery technologies can be chosen.
The use of a battery in a PV system depends on where the system is installed, what power requirements are expected, what power gaps the system attempts to fill and which grid or other power is available at the site.
Large PV plants of 1MW and above are usually battery-free, small-scale commercial and industrial residential installations (1kWp to 500kWp) with batteries. Again, depending on the' predicted availability of power.
All PV systems, even big ones, can have a battery bank. By adding a battery bank, your system becomes more reliable, you have a small secondary power source, which makes your system more reliable.
It is better to have a battery bank with a PV system, but the battery bank makes the ROI (investment return) of your system longer and you may have to replace the batteries after 3 to 4 years, depending on the usage. Then there's the economics issue.
I live in a developing country and have worked in the PV industry for more than five years. Here, 100% of residential PV systems are battery-based. Why? Why? Because we needed PV systems to prevent blackouts or load shedding. Every day we experience 3-4 power outages, each of which lasts 1 hour.  The general population therefore needs a system which can supply power, particularly when the grid is out. A UPS can do this, too, but when a UPS charges your battery, it takes power from the grid, which means that you can expect a higher utility bill. This extra cost would be saved by charging solar batteries. 

On the contrary, Europe is now moving to a battery-based PV system, which originally started from battery-free PV systems about a decade ago. The reasons: grid electricity was reliable but relatively expensive, and more importantly, their governments offered incentives to homeowners who installed a PV or wind energy system. In fact, they saved a lot of money. 
The tax exemptions in Europe are not so attractive, so people go to battery-based PV systems. They run on the solar system and save electricity in the batteries during the day, and at night, when the battery runs out, their homes run on the grid power. 
The choice of using a battery depends on the type of system you are designing and the expected system 'availability'.