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Simulation Implementation of Fossil Power Plant Condensate Pumps` Rotation Operation Logic Using MATLAB/Simulink
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 Title & Authors
Simulation Implementation of Fossil Power Plant Condensate Pumps` Rotation Operation Logic Using MATLAB/Simulink
Yoon, Chang-Sun; Hong, Yeon-Chan;
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 Abstract
The simulators for pump operation developed by domestic or overseas research have been developed for dynamic analysis or operator training purposes. However, previous developed simulators focused on the operators so they are unsuitable for logic designers or commissioning engineers who need to change the operation conditions or logics arbitrarily. In addition, the simulator for two or more condensate pumps` operation, which can be used easily by plant designers or operators, has not been developed. Accordingly, this paper suggests a simulation method that can be used easily for plant designers or operators using MATLAB Simulink. This suggestion helps users who can use MATLAB to implement ANSI/ISA S5.2, which is applied mainly for DCS (Distributed Control System). In addition, to implement the logics specified in the CODE, Sub-Systems were created for the block and evaluated to determine if they can be used in the simulator. In the working level stage using the suggested method, all error possibilities that might occur during the three pumps` rotation operation could be verified with the suggested simulator during the design stage or before operation.
 Keywords
Condensate Pump;DCS Logic;Logic Simulation;MATLAB Simulation;Rotation Operation;
 Language
Korean
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