THERMAL POWER PROJECTS

The projects listed give details of the projects handled by the Director of the Company during tenure with CEA.
 

FEROZ GHANDI THERMAL POWER STATION - UTTAR PRADESH

Detailed hydraulic and structural designs including development of drawings for sub-structure and super-structure of boiler-turbine-generator-mill-electrical and control rooms; bays, goods and passenger lift structures, equipment foundations subjected to dynamic loads, RCC chimneys, coal handling plants comprising primary and secondary coal crushers, wagon tipplers, conveyers located in underground tunnels, over-head conveyer-galleries supported on trestles, transfer towers, circulating cooling water system structures comprising pondages, pump houses, canals with cross drainage works, ducts, steel pipes, water treatment plants, ash pump house, ash control structures, switchyard and transformer bay foundations, cooling towers, etc.; also developed design criteria for various structures on the basis of I.S. and international codes. The structures listed above pertain to 2 x 210 MW. The basic principles and methodology are applicable to small units based on non-conventional sources of energy--biomass, solar, cogeneration based on waste-heat recovery, etc.

 
 
 

DESU GAS/HIGH SPEED DIESEL TURBINE 

The project is for Delhi Electric Supply Undertaking for providing  peaking power. The task involved scrutiny and approval of drawings and designs for 6 x 30 MW gas turbine plant and preparation of project report for waste-heat-recovery plant of 2 x 45 MW.

 
 
 

YAMUNA NAGAR THERMAL POWER STATION

The project with capacity 2 x 211MW is for Haryana State Electricity Board and involved the development of feasibility report and project reports.

 
 
 

SRINIGAR GAS/HSD TURBINE PLANT

The task involved preparation of Project Report for 3 x 30 MW commissioned at Srinagar. 

 
 
 

GURU NANAK THERMAL PLANT 

The project located at Bhatinda was for Punjab State Electricity Board and involved development of Designs and drawings for electro-static precipitators and duct footings under renovation/modernization; evolved methodology for measurement of shell deformity through use of Electronic Distance Measurer (EDM) for hyperbolic cooling tower - 3600 coordinates for analysis by "finite element techniques." Methodology accepted by Bochum University, West Germany.

 
 
 

CHANDRAPUR AND NANGALBIBRA THERMAL PLANTS 

Scrutiny of designs, drawings, and tender documents supplied by Ms. Kulijian, including design and preparation of drawings for intake structure and cooling water supply.