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27/03/2014
AQCS-Technical Colloquium
Saujana Hotel-Kuala Lumpur
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Agenda
AQCS Product line
Experience, Product & Service
Case study / Success story
LTSA Option for East Asian Countries
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Air Quality Control System
AQCS Product line

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Technology/Knowledge is decentralized to 6 Execution Centre unit
AQCS Product Line
Execution Centre location
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Focus on providing state of the art technology
Highly-skilled and dedicated engineers and
technicians are engaged in developing
new generation of ESP designs at the R&D
Execution Center in Vxj, Sweden.
Applied physics / Fluid dynamics
Chemical engineering
Analytical laboratory (dust
resistivity etc.)
Instruments / measuring
techniques
Laboratory for pilot plants and flow
model testing
Experimental workshop for test
equipment and special services
Rapping acceleration testing
High Voltage test-rig
Etc.
AQCS Product Line
R&D Activity
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Agenda
AQCS Product line
Experience, Product & Service
Case study / Success story

LTSA Option for East Asian Countries


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AQCS Product Line
Scope of Products & Services
Full range of AQCS products and services for OEM & oOEM
to optimize the operation costs and to comply with stricter emission regulation
Particulate Control
Dust removal
ESP (Electrostatic Precipitator)
FF (Fabric Filters)

SOx Control
Desulphurization
Dry FGD
NID (Novel integrated
desulphurization)
SDA (Spray Dry Absorber)
Wet FGD
Limestone / Gypsum
Sea water
Utility
Cement
Pulp & Paper
Waste to Energy
Iron & Steel
Non Ferrous
NOx Control
Denitrification
SCR Systems
(Selective Catalytic Reduction)
Mercury Control
MerCure
Activated Carbon
Injection
KNX
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Inspection service agreement
Control system maintenance and service
program
Long Term Service Agreement
Product and Service Portfolio
Tailored service agreement from
maintenance & repair to performance
guarantees
ESP
Mechanical (DE, CE, )
Electrical, with SIR and
EPIC controllers family
Process design / CFD
Flue gas conditioning
(SO
3
with Sulphic / NH
3
)
FF
Mechanical
(Optipow valves, cages, )
Process design (gas inlet)
Energy savings, with EFFIC controller + single tank
FGD (dry/wet)
Mechanical
Process design (tray, nozzle, )
Energy savings with APC
2

Upgrade & Retrofit
Mechanical and electrical
spare parts for OEM and
selected oOEM designs
Maintenance and repair
during outages / outage
preparation
Spare part inventory
management
Visual, electrical and
mechanical inspection of the
AQCS installations
Evaluation of the process
parameters [flue gas
parameters (composition,
temperature, velocity, )] in
relation to the:
- design, and
- current performance
Inspections &
Assessment
Maintenance, repair
& spare parts
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ALSTOMs Control System Family
Conventional T/R
EPIC III Control unit for T/R\s
Flktbus/Ethernet
ProMo III
To host
computer,
DCS
EPICAB
Control of
T/R, rappers,
heaters etc.
SIR
HV energization
and control of
rappers, heaters etc
ETU**
ESP
ERIC Control unit for Magnetic
Rappers
EFFIC Control unit for Fabric
filter
FF
Input signals
-Vibration
-Sound
-Opacity
-Boiler load
etc..
Input signals
-Pressure drop
-Opacity
etc..

OPC server
PC-MTU/ PC-ETU
LAN
DCS
Internet
RTU*
IM200/300
*RTU Remote Terminal Unit for Flktbus
communication
**ETU Ethernet Terminal Unit
SIR4
SIRE
H
M
I
C
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N
T
R
O
L

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N
I
T
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Lower expertise
Operations
Long Term
Service
Agreement
Inspections
and
assessments
Spare parts
Repairs and
maintenance
Level of interaction with customers
V
a
l
u
e

a
d
d
e
d

Integrated
upgrade
& retrofit
Control
Systems
upgrade
Intermediate
Life extension
Spare parts
Maintenance
Higher expertise
Performance
Improvements
Service Offer
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AQCS Our Experience Base
Alstom is world leading supplier of AQCS
Pollutant Alstom Process Experience & Performance
NO
x

Selective Catalytic Reduction
39GW installed. >90%
SO
2

Open Spray Tower
58GW installed. >99%
Flowpac Absorber
1GW installed. >99%
Dry Flue Gas Desulphurisation 25GW installed. >95%
Seawater Desulphurisation
38GW installed. >98%
Particulates
Dry Electrostatic Precipitators
188GW installed
Wet Electrostatic Precipitators 17million m
3
/hour installed
Fabric Filters
18GW installed. <10mg/Nm
3

SO
x
/HCI/HF/Hg
NID
101 installations. SO
2
>95%
Mercury
KNX
TM
/Mer-Cure
TM
/Filsorption
TM
11GW installed
NO
X
:Nitrogen Oxides SO
X
: Sulphur Oxides HF: Hydrogen Fluoride HCl: Hydrogen Chloride Hg: Mercury
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Agenda
AQCS Product line
Experience, Product & Service
Case study / Success story
LTSA Option for East Asian Countries
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Case study 1 Paiton (Mech + Elec upgrade)
PT PEMBANGKITAN JAWA BALI (PJB) UP PAITON:
Plant name: PT. PJB Unit Pembangkitan Paiton Unit 1 & 2
Plant Information
Location: Paiton, Probolinggo
Process: Pulverized Coal Boiler
Output (MW/TPH): 400 MW/1230 T/h
Air Quality Control Systems:
ESP ABB CE 2P4C13DAF/400 x 15.4 x 19.5 (4 @ 4.878M)
TR Set ABB 500mA, 380 V primary, 65 KV secondary
Controller ABB Fory EMS
Temperature at full load 162 C
Design efficiency 99.5%
Max gas velocity 1.35 m/s
MIGI rapper for DE and GD inlet
Tumbling hammer for CE

Introduction
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Case study 1 Paiton
Customer drivers existing ESP conditions
ESP Parameter result during assessment High emission





Customer problems/needs

Original
Design
Measured at ESP inlet
Adaro Coal Mixed Coal
Boiler Generation MW 415 400 400
Flue gas temperature (Avg.)
0
C 135 152 152
Flue gas moisture % v/v NA 17.5 18.5
Static pressure at ESP inlet mm.Wg (-)348 (-)276 (-)280
Flue gas flow (Total in 4-pass) m
3
/s 621.2 456 795
Flue gas flow (Total in 4-pass) Nm
3
/s 385 472 496
WMA dust conc.- dry basis gm/Nm
3
NA 2.50 3.20
WMA dust conc.- wet basis gm/Nm
3
NA 2.0 2.80
Oxygen in flue gas at ESP inlet % v/v NA 4.5 5
Measured at ESP outlet
ESP Emission - Dry basis mg/Nm
3
143 229
Oxygen in flue gas at ESP outlet % v/v NA 5 5.2
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Coal Analysis
Adaro Coal Mixed Coal
Ultimete
Analysis AR ADB AR ADB
Total
Moisture % wt 26.60 .. 27.80 ..
Inherent
Moisture % wt .. 16.2 .. 17.30
Ash % wt 1.49 1.70 2.88 3.30
Carbon % wt 52.05 59.43 49.71 56.94
Hydrogen % wt 3.33 3.80 3.54 4.05
Nitrogen % wt 0.62 0.71 0.71 0.81
Sulphur % wt 0.11 0.12 0.18 0.21
Oxygen % wt 15.8 18.04 15.18 17.39
Proximate
Analysis
Total
Moisture % wt 26.80 . 27.8 .
Inherent
dMoisture % wt . 17 . 17.3
Ash % wt 1.2 1.4 3.1 3.5
Fixed Carbon % wt 35.6 40.3 33.6 38.5
Volatile
Matter % wt 36.4 41.3 35.5 40.7
Nitrogen % wt 0.63 0.71 0.72 0.82
Total Sulphur % wt 0.1 0.11 0.18 0.21
GCV Kcal/Kg 5111 5796 4821 5525





















Existing MIGI rapping for DE & GD Screen is not adequate




Case study 1 Paiton
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Customer targets :
With all inlet parameters, coal and ash characteristics, and the proposed
modification done in the existing ESP, we confirm that the outlet emission will be
brought down to 80 mg/Nm3 (dry basis)
Case study 1 Paiton
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Replace the existing MIGI rapping with Tumbling hammer system





Replace 32 sets of the existing T/R controller with New EPIC III (Ethernet
version)
PC-MTU software for interfacing with controller
Proposed solution
Case study 1 Paiton
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Case study 1 Paiton
Alstom latest controller EPIC III Ethernet Version
Able to control TR set, Rapper, Heater & Conveyor
Modern communication
Ethernet I/O in any PC can be used.
100 Mb/s TCP/IP open communication network is used
Each EPIC III has its own home-page
PCR ( Power Change Rapping)
EPOQ
Etc.
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Case study 1 Paiton

SCHEMATIC ARRANGEMENT OF PROPOSED CONTROL SYSTEM rface
scheme - PAITON

Computer at CCR for
online control & monitoring
Multimode opto fibre
max 100m
Ethernet UTP cable Cat 5 enhanced
max 100 m
Ethernet
Switch
Note 1 : Locally any PC / Laptop can be
connected into spare Cu port of switch
Fibre Optic Patch Cord
LIU Box + Local JB +
Fibre Optic Patch Cord
Note 2 : Switch to be installed into local JB /
LIU with power module, Optical connectors,
patch cord etc.
Note 3 : If computer is placed at local ESP
panel control room then optical cables, LIU
box & optical cable accessories are not
required
100 mtrs
30 mtrs

8 nos. EPIC-III
PASS- 1

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
8 nos. EPIC-III
PASS- 2

8 nos. EPIC-III
PASS- 3

8 nos. EPIC-III
PASS- 4

20 mtrs
20 mtrs
20 mtrs 20 mtrs
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Case study 1 Paiton
Engineering
Supply equipment & material
Dismantling, Erection
Pre-commissioning and post
Performance test
Scope of work
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Case study 1 Paiton
Performance result
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Case study 1 Paiton
Alstom design for DE rapping: Top Drive
New hammers, bearings, spacers, shaft ( 50
mm) Alstom reliable design
Alstom type tumbling hammer
Easy to fit in existing ESP internals & casing
Rapping drive (roof drive) Alstom adapted
design
Shaft, pin wheels, insulators are standard
Alstom parts

Benefits
Less components
Simple design
Wearing distributed on full
surface of round rolling hammer
Well proven Alstom design
High reliability
Extended lifetime
Easy to maintain
Easy to install

Customer benefit
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Case study 2 TPS (Elec upgrade)
THAI POWER SUPPLY Co., Ltd.:
Plant name: Thai Power Supply Unit 4
Plant Information
Location: Chachoengsao, Thailand
Process : Biomass fluidized bed boiler
Fuel: Rice husk / Wood bark (60 / 40)
Output (MW/TPH): 37.5 MW/ 200 T/h
Air Quality Control Systems:
ESP ALSTOM, FPA-3x45M-104-100-A2
TR Set KRAFT 690 V primary, 100 KV/1200 mA,
secondary
Controller ALSTOM EPIC II (Flakt bus)
Design efficiency 99.68%
Max gas velocity 1.2 m/s




Introduction
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Case study 2 TPS
Customer drivers existing ESP conditions
ESP has operated at low electrical performance approx. 30~50kV and very low
mA
Boiler has to be operated at 84% of full capacity to maintain emission within
acceptable level

Customer targets :
Operate Boiler at full load capacity
Possible to burn other fuel recipe i.e. Rice Husk + Bark + Chip Wood
ESP efficiency > 99.68%
Outlet emission will be less than 80 mg/Nm3 (wet basis)





Customer problems/needs
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Replace 2 sets of the existing T/R controller with SIR4 100kV, 1200mA
ETU device for interfacing with SIR4
Proposed solution
Case study 2 TPS
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Case study 2 TPS
SCHEMATIC ARRANGEMENT OF PROPOSED CONTROL SYSTEM
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Case study 2 TPS
Engineering
Supply equipment & material
Dismantling, Erection
Pre-commissioning and post

Note: Performance test is done by third party under customer scope.
Scope of work
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Case study 2 TPS
Performance result
The boiler was operated at 51.5 kg/s with a different fuel recipe
as stipulated in table below with corrected performance =
99.95% and the average outlet emission 38.26 mg/Nm3


Higher dust is collected in 1st and 2nd fields and much less
emission spike seen on the stack during rapping time of the
last field
Fuel composition Mixing Ratio Percentage
Rice Husk (TPD) 6 57.14%
Eucalyptus Chip (TPD) 3 28.57%
Bark of Rubber tree (TPD) 0.5 4.76%
Chip of Mango (TPD) 1 9.52%
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Case study 2 TPS
Electrical performance result
Parameters Unit
Before
As per data from TPS

After
As of 17 Jan 2011
Remark
Field 1

EPIC II + Conv T/R KRAFT
100kV/1200mA
SIR4
100KV/1200 mA

Secondary current mA 180 539 Good improvement
Secondary Voltage KV
Average 56 57.3
Peak 74 58.3
Valley 49.3 56.3
Spark per minute spm 19 0 Best improvemnt

Field 2
EPIC II + Conv T/R KRAFT
100kV/1200mA
SIR4
100KV1200 mA

Secondary current mA 440 936 Best improvemnt
Secondary Voltage KV
Average 48 49.8
Peak 82 50.9
Valley 29 49.2
Spark per minute spm 14 0 Best improvemnt

Field 3
EPIC II + Conv T/R KRAFT
100kV/1200mA
EPIC II + Conv T/R KRAFT
100kV/1200mA

Secondary current mA 430 512 It was 800 mA during 15 October 2010
Secondary Voltage KV
Average 39 34.7
Peak 71 62.8
Valley 20 19.6
Spark per minute spm 70 4 Best improvemnt


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Case study 2 TPS
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Case study 2 TPS
Alstoms electronic product: SIR4
Increase boiler load
Reduce emission
Alter fuel recipe
Benefits
Plant emissions reduction
Reduced investment, installation,
operation and maintenance costs
Robustness and Reliability
Customer benefit
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Case study 3 AEC (WFGD tray upgrade)
Alabama Electric Cooperative, Lowman Station:
Plant name: Lowman station
Plant Information





Introduction
Located on the Tombigbee River near Leroy,
Ala., the Charles R. Lowman Power Plant is
AECs primary generating source.

With its three coal-fired generating units, Plant
Lowmans generating capacity equals 556
megawatts.
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Case study 3 AEC



4 Open Spray Towers with Trays
Alabama Electric Cooperative Lowman Station
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Add Performance enhancing plates
Add WFGD trays
Upgrade Spray Nozzles
Improve Sparger system
Proposed solution
Case study 3 AEC
Value to customer
Environmental Compliance
Improved SO2 capture
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Wet FGD Tray design in Lowman
Case study 3 AEC
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Tray # 1,
30% Open area
Tray # 2,
50 % Open area
Wet FGD Tray Various Designs
Case study 3 AEC
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Case study 3 AEC
Conventional OST
no tray
400 l/min nozzles
650 ppm inlet SO
2
3.5 m/s
pH= 5.6

84,3% removal efficiency
dPtot = 9 mbar = 900 Pa
dPnozzles=5.2 mbar = 520 Pa
Lowman design
~ 30 % open area tray
400 l/min nozzles
650 ppm inlet SO2
3.5 m/s
pH=5.6

92.5% removal efficiency
97% actual test result
dPtot = 14 mbar = 1400Pa
dPnozzles=10.5 mbar = 1050 Pa
The Upgrade solution for WFGD
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Visy Pulp & Paper, Tumut, Australia
Scope of supply
Inspect all ESPs Lime Kiln 1,
Recovery Boiler 1 & 2 , Power Boiler 1
Minor Repairs
Value for customer
Peace of mind that ESPs will be
efficient till next outage
No Competition!
Inspection and minor maintenance of 4 x FLS ESP
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Power reduction saving/yr: 2 x (850-100)kW x 8000 h x 0.06 /yr =720.000 /yr

Fuel: Indonesian coals
Scope of Supply:
- Upgrade of Control System with 18 pcs EPIC-III
Original Guarantee:
- 50 mg/Nmfor high resistivity Indonesian coals
After upgrade and optimization:
- After upgrade and optimisation of the control
system and rapping schedule the emissions
remained steady at 10 mg/Nm with a power
consumption decrease from 850kW to 100kW
per casing

Upgrade of Control System and optmization (EPOQ)
2x ESP: ABB/Flkt, 1 chamber, 3 cells each, 3 fields, equipped with 18 pcs
conv. T/R:s
EPIC Success Story - Energy Reduction
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ESP: R.C., 2 chamber with 4 fields +
MIGIs
Fuel: Import Coal + SO3 - injection
Before upgrade
Discharge electrode: weighted
wire
T/R: 4 pcs conv. 70 kV/1250mA
Dust em: 150 200 mg/Nm at
100 kW
After upgrade
Discharge electrode: ribbon
8 pcs SIRE 70kV/800mA
Dust em: 20 25 mg/Nm at 220
kW
Alt. Investment for 20 mg/Nm:
- Ext. with 1 field for 2.0 MEUR + 5w downtime 1.0 MEUR or
- Inst. of 8 SIRs for 0.6 MEUR + 3 days downtime 0.1 MEUR!
SIR Success Story Investment reduction
120 MWe Coal Fired Power Plant
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Retrofit Success Story Performance / Life time
Commissioning in 2013
Scope of supply
Upgrade to size FTA 1x42M,1x48M- 88 90 - A2
100% internals replacement , casing retained
Field length increase from 4 mts to 4.2 / 4.8 m
Top rapping
EPIC-III upgrade

Value for customer
1
st
unit PG Test completed with 65 mg/Nm3
emission
Plant emissions reduction
Increased availibility
System life extension and reliability improvement

2 no. , Circulating FBC , SF CLEANAIR OY ESP using fuels as Biomass, Sludge
from ETP, Eucalyptus bark , Coal for < 80 mg/Nm
3
emission
Siam kraft
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Agenda
AQCS Product line
Experience, Product & Service
Case study / Success story
LTSA Option for East Asian Countries


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Lower expertise
Operations
Long Term
Service
Agreement
Inspections
and
assessments
Spare parts
Repairs and
maintenance
Level of interaction with customers
V
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Integrated
upgrade
& retrofit
Control
Systems
upgrade
Intermediate
Life extension
Spare parts
Maintenance
Higher expertise
Performance
Improvements
AQCS Service Agreements
Portfolio Scope for the Flue Gas Line
Impact on
your units
performance
Expertise &
Integrated
Contracts
Over 85 LTSA contracts in force today
LTSA in the recent months: - 2 in Brazil
- 1 in Sweden
- 1 in Finland
- 1 in the US
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AQCS Service Agreements
Summary
Inspection LTSA
+ Guarantees
O &/or M
+ Outage Management
Control System LTSA





= Standard inclusion; = Optional inclusion
LTSA
Scope
Providing the necessary expertise for assured unit performance in Malaysia
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