Solar aided power generation from coal fired power stations: THERMSOLV software
Hu, Eric, Baziotopoulos, Con and Li, Yuncang 2002, Solar aided power generation from coal fired power stations: THERMSOLV software, in AUPEC 2002 : conference proceedings, Monash University, Melbourne, Vic., pp. 1-7.
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Although the thermodynamic advantages of using solar energy to replace the bleed off steam in the regeneration system of Rankine cycle coal fired power stations has been proven theoretically, the practical techno/economic feasibility of the concept has yet to be confirmed relative to real power station applications. To investigate this concept further, a computer modelling software “THERMSOLV” was developed by Deakin University researchers, together with the support of the Victorian power industry and Australian Research Council (ARC). This newly developed software simulates the steam cycle to assess the techno/economic merit of the solar aided concept for various power station structures, locations and local electricity market conditions. Two case studies, one in Victoria Australia and one in Yunnan Province, China, have been carried out to show the application of the software. This paper reports the structure and functions of the software, and the results of the two case studies.
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