Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Introduction to Coal Fired Power Plant

From a coal stockyard, coal will send to mill bowl through the coal bunker before it goes to boiler to heat water to the superheated steam. The superheated steam at the correct temperature and pressure flows into a turbine which spins a generator to produce the electricity before introducing to the transmission line. The bled steam is cooled, condensed back into water and it will return to the boiler to start the same process over. The following image illustrate the general process how coal fired power plant generate or produce the electricity.

Related previous article that you may read;
- Boiler Function Block Generally
- Turbine Function Block Generally

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