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Medium Voltage Fan Save: Energy Efficient Fan Systems in Power Engineering, Part 2: Variable Pitch Flow Control versus Variable Speed Flow Control

Citace: SIROVÝ, M., BYRTUS, M., MICHALÍK, J. Medium Voltage Fan Save: Energy Efficient Fan Systems in Power Engineering, Part 2: Variable Pitch Flow Control versus Variable Speed Flow Control. In Proceedings of IECON 2013 - 39th Annual Conference on IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and 2012 6th IEEE International Conference on E-Learning in Industrial Electronics (ICELIE) Montreal, Canada. Piscataway: IEEE, 2013. s. 2093-2098. ISBN: 978-1-4799-0224-8 , ISSN: 1553-572X
Druh: STAŤ VE SBORNÍKU
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Medium Voltage Fan Save: Energy Efficient Fan Systems in Power Engineering, Part 2: Variable Pitch Flow Control versus Variable Speed Flow Control
Rok vydání: 2013
Místo konání: Piscataway
Název zdroje: IEEE
Autoři: Prof. Ing. Zdeněk Peroutka Ph.D. , Ing. Martin Sirový , Ing. Miroslav Byrtus Ph.D. , Ing. Jan Michalík Ph.D.
Abstrakt CZ: V článku jsou prezentovány výsledky projektu zabývajícího se optimalizací ventilátorových systémů. Konkrétně je představen vyvinutý softwarový nástroj MVD Fan Save 2013, včetně popisu vyvinutých modelů a metodiky. Dále jsou prezentovány výsledky přepadové studie srovnávající klasické metody regulace průtoku - fixní otáčky ventilátoru - s metodou regulace průtoku změnou otáček - pohon s frekvenčním měničem s důrazem na metodu pitch-control specifickou pro axiální ventilátory.
Abstrakt EN: Fan systems, pump systems and compressed air systems consume approximately 60% of total electricity generated worldwide. These systems have very significant cost-effective energy saving potential and/or CO2 reduction potential. However, the major barriers preventing to use this potential are i) no simple pattern for general solution - the need of sophisticated individual evaluation of each application for concrete facilities, and ii) the lack of methodology and/or tools that would be able to sufficiently and reliably quantify the real energy saving potential for the most suitable technology both from technological and conomical point of view. In this paper, we present the results of research project which is intended to overcome these barriers. It is introduced the developed software tool, methodology and physical background for modeling of high-power industrial fan systems. By specific, we have focused on evaluation and comparison of axial-type fan in the configuration with fixed speed drive and variable pitch flow control and in the configuration with variable speed drive (VSD) and/or flow control which are directly competing technologies for energy-efficient flow control. Comparison was performed on a case study of a fan for cooling towers in thermal and/or nuclear power plants. In addition, we have attached comparisons to conventional flow control methods employing axial type of fans.
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