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Future power plant control - Integrating process & substation automation into one system Author:

@inproceedings{Orth2007FuturePP,
  title={Future power plant control - Integrating process & substation automation into one system Author:},
  author={J. Orth},
  year={2007}
}
  • J. Orth
  • Published 2007
  • Engineering
  • Today's power plants are highly automated. All subsystems of large thermal power plants can be controlled from a central control room. One subsystems area is the electrical auxiliaries for the unit transformer, the grid connection, excitation, synchronization, generator/unit protection, auxiliary transformers, HV-, MV-and LV-switchgear. In the past, these electrical devices were all hardwired to the DCS and I/Os. To this day, horizontal communication between electrical devices is still… CONTINUE READING
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