NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR POWER PLANTS

NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR POWER PLANTS

 

“Results of Verification of the Technology Over the Heat Capacity

Of Water at the Central Boiler Shop in the Town Września (Poland)

 

  1. G. Krasnobryzhev

 

The approbation of the produced system aimed at a decrease of the heat capacity of water under industrial conditions was carried out at the urban boiler shop equipped with four boilers each 12 MJ in power. In the boilers, mineral coal with a mean caloricity of 5215 kcal/kg, an ash content of 10-15%, and a humidity of 12-18% was burned.

The scheme of experiments is given in Fig. 1.

Fig. 1.

 

1 – generator of a spinor field, 2 – resonator of spin states, 3 — chip-translator, 4 – chip-inductor, 5 – vessel with water in the shop of water preparation of the volume V = 10 m3, 6 – water-purifying filter, 7 – compensating vessel with water, V = 2 m3,  8 –  boiler

 

On the surfaces of the vessels filled with water 5 and 7 and on the water-purifying filter 6, we mounted chip-inductors 4 connected with chip-translator 3 by the channel of quantum communication formed on the basis of the physics of entangled quantum states. The chip-translator was placed in resonator of spin states 2 connected with a generator SP 1 .

After the switching-on of a generator SP 1 resonator of spin states 2 was excited to the required level. Simultaneously, chip-translator 3 was excited, and it transferred the spin excitation to chip-inductors 4 due to the effect based on the physics of entangled quantum states. The chip-inductors performed the spin pumping of water in vessels 5 and 7 and transferred it in the continuously supported spin coherent state. By means of the chip-inductor mounted on water-purifying filter 6, we transferred simultaneously the water circulating between the boiler shop and urban boiler units in the coherent state.

The experiment was carried out during the heating season from October 2000 till April 2001. For the sake of comparison, we chose the heating seasons in 1997-1998, 1998-1999, and 1999-2000. In Table 1, we present the characteristics of coal supplied to the boiler shop in the reference periods and during the experiment. Table 2 contains the data on the consumption of coal and the heat generation on the boiler shop in the reference periods and during the experiment. In Table 3, we show the calculated summary efficiencies of the boilers.

 

Characteristics of the supply of coal in the heating seasons in

1997 – 2001

 

Table 1

 

Date

weight of the coal supply, t Caloric content of coal, kcal / kg The energy of coal, kcal
03.11.97 1469 5347 7854743
20.11.97 1532,5 5349 8197342
10.12.97 1530 5050 7726500
16.01.98 1505,5 5894 8873417
05.02.98 1500 5484 8226000
04.03.98 1500 5485 8227500
26.03.98 1500 5618 8427000

10537 QS = 5460 57532502
14.09.98 1245 5669 7057905
18.09.98 1539 5781 8896959
01.10.98 1537 5476 8416612
10.12.98 1502 5584 8387168
18.12.98 1292 5655 7306260
16.01.99 1539 5516 8489124
27.01.99 1467 6007 8812269
4.02.99 1532 5896 9032672
17.03.99 1537 5465 8399705
13190 QS = 5671 74798674
04.10.99 1535 5314 8156990
06.10.99 1476 5458 8056008
06.10.99 1476 5450 8044200
25.11.99 1540,5 5440 8380320
03.12.99 1530,5 5595 8563147
09.12.99 1473 5607 8259111
16.12.99 1418,5 5842 8286877
21.12.99 829 5379 4459191
22.12.99 827,5 5486 4539665
03.03.00 1527 5497 8393919
13.03.00 1475 5224 7705400
15108 QS = 5483 82844828
13.09.00 1525 5360 8174000
21.09.00 1476 5628 8306928
28.09.00 1527 5771 8812317
18.12.00 818 4997 4087546
23.12.00 825 4863 4011975
17.01.01 1478 5071 7494938
19.01.01 1479,5 4978 7364951
12.03.01 1416 5081 7194696
23.03.01 1477 4907 7247639
12021,5 QS = 5215 62694990

 

 

Consumption of coal and the generation of heat in the heating seasons in

1997 – 2001

 

Table 2

 

 

Month

1997 — 1998 1998 — 1999 1999 — 2000 2000 – 2001
consumpt.

of coal,

t

heat

production,

GJ

consumpt.

of coal,

t

heat production, GJ consumpt.

of coal,

t

heat production, GJ consumpt.

of coal,

t

heat production, GJ
Х 1549 29062 1593 26800 1245 20504 830 16432
XI 2366,5 38242 2301 42720 1905 33500 1400 26706
XII 3131 44476 2522 46800 2393 40903 1901 34783
I 2440,5 43360 2276,5 42300 2540 42800 2193 41036
II 1831 34130 2177 39900 2030 34200 2051 36529
III 2305 37679 1764 30010 1832 32290 1988 35691
IV 1100 22282 995 17692 965 16200 1210 22365
14723 249231 13628,5 246222 12910 220397 11573 212542

 

The calculation of the summary efficiency of boilers

 

η = G : PU · 0,293076, %

 

PU = F · QS : 7000,

 

where G – produced heat, J; F – consumption of coal, tons; Q— caloricity of coal, kcal/kg.

 

Summary efficiency of boilers

in the heating seasons in 1997 – 2001

 

Table 3

 

Heating season

 

The energy consumption of coal for production of heat, kcal / J  

The total efficiency boilers, %

1997 — 1998 322,5 74,05
1998 – 1999 321,8 76,09
1999 – 2000 321,2 74,36
I-IV months 2000 after upgrading the boiler  

323,7

 

73,77

X-XII months  2000 experimental period  

283,9

 

84,11

I-IV months 2001

experimental period

 

273,9

 

87,21

 

Based on the executed experiments, we may conclude that

 

  1. The created system allows one to decrease the heat capacity of water by a factor of 2.
  2. The approbation of the system under industrial conditions indicates that its application increases the summary efficiency of boilers from ~ 74.6% in the reference seasons to ~ 85.66% during the experiment.
  3. A decrease of the heat capacity of water heated in the boilers has led to the economy of coal in the amount of ~ 1300 tons during the experiment.

 

V.G. Krasnobryzhev

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