Steam Raising and Boilers
The safe and efficient running of steam raising boilers and other steam equipment requires good control, particularly in the case where steam demand is varying. Understanding the effects of control under varying operational conditions is complex and difficult, and drives the need to test solutions in high fidelity dynamic models.
ISC has modelled many different types of steam system to provide exploration of control and operation.
ISC also run an annual Process Control Academy training event, details of which can be found here.
Our clients include GSK, British Energy, Scottish and Southern Energy.
- Improving CHP Steam Pressure - A detailed dynamic model of a CHP plant was built and used to investigate how steam pressure could be improved though modified control strategies. The study showed improved stability and a potential increase in power output. (Download project note)
- Nuclear Power Plant Modelling - To investigate the possibility of trips in the steam condensate plant a high fidelity dynamic model was developed and used to identify where additional sensing would be beneficial.
News and Events
- Training Course: Introduction to Process Control, 14th March 2017, Glasgow
- Training Course: Control Fundamentals, 6th - 8th June 2017, Glasgow
- Training Course: Optimisation and Genetic Algorithms, 5th & 6th July 2017, Glasgow
- Training Course: Modelling, Identification and Estimation, 19th & 20th September 2017, Glasgow
- Training Course: Linear and Nonlinear Predictive Control, 28th & 29th November 2017, Glasgow
- News: ISC is now an NI Alliance Partner, 2015
We can adapt individual courses to suit your company's industry/business. (Examples)
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