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Zbornik radova, Elektrotehnički institut "Nikola Tesla"
2017, vol. 27, iss. 27, pp. 105-121
article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
published on: 21/12/2017
doi: 10.5937/zeint27-15722
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Importance of continuous monitoring and control of auxiliary power consumption in thermal power plants
University of Belgrade, Electrical Engineering Institute 'Nikola Tesla'

e-mail: anikolic@ieent.org, radoslav.antic@ieent.org

Abstract

The paper presents the conceptual solution on the basis of which a system for continuous monitoring and control of auxiliary power consumption is defined in the four most important thermal power plants within the Electric Power Industry of Serbia (TENT A and B, TE Kostolac A and B). A unique system of measuring of auxiliary power consumption at the level of EPS is established in order to perform the appropriate measurement in the following phases, whose data would be archived for the purpose of further analyzes of energy balances. The results of these measurements should be used to define the concrete measures for auxiliary power consumption reduction in power plants, which, in addition to improving energy efficiency, would directly affect the cost reduction.

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