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GURU NANAK DEV THERMAL PLANT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This project report has been made possible through the direct and indirect Cooperation of various persons, who have inspired me at every step of my work. It is a matter of pride for me to acknowledge my profound gratitude to my respected guide who always facilitates me in gaining practical knowledge. I am

very much obliged and thankful to for his valuable Cooperation and Guidance.

my

esteemed

Guide

Hanish Garg

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INTRODUCTION

The Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant is one of the three thermal power stations in Punjab(others being at Lehra Mohabbat and Ropar). It is a mediumsized power station with four units that were begun to be built in early 1970s and completed in 1982. All total generate up to 440 MW (4x110 MW) of power that meets the mammoth irrigation needs of lower Punjab. Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant is coal based plant. The requirement of coal for four units based on specific fuel consumption of 0.60kg/kWh . the conveying and crushing system will have the same capacity as that of an unloading system.The coal comes in large pieces. Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Power Plant is a coal-based plant. The requirement of coal for four units based on specific fuel consumption of 0.60 kg / kWh. The conveyingand crushing system will have the same capacity as that of the unloading system. Thecoal comes in as large pieces. This coal is fed to primary crushers, which reduce the sizeof coal pieces from 400mm to 150mm. Then the coal is sent to secondary crusher throughforward conveyors where it is crushed from 150mm to 200mm as required at the mills.Then the coal is sent to boilers with the help of primary fans. The coal is burnt in the boiler. Boiler includes the pipes carrying water through them; heat produced from thecombustion of coal is used to convert water in pipes into steam. This steam generated isu s e d t o r u n t h e t u r b i n e . W h e n t u r b i n e r o t a t e s , t h e s h a f t o f g e n e r a t o r , w h i c h i s mechanically coupled to the shaft of turbine, gets rotated so, three phase electric supply is produced he basic requirements are:- Fuel (coal) Boiler Steam turbine Generator Ash handling system Unit auxiliarie