This book presents the methodology and mathematical models for dual-fuel coal-gas power plants in two basic configurations: systems coupled in parallel and in series.
Dual-fuel gas and steam systems, especially parallel systems, have great potential for modernizing existing combined heat and power (CHP) plants. This book presents calculations using a novel methodology applied to systems in continuous time and analyzes the impact of the investment profitability of the EU ETS (European Union Emissions Trading Scheme) derogation mechanism, which encourages enterprises to modernize existing generation units. It also includes a detailed case study of a coal power plant modernized by repowering with a gas turbine.
The book is intended for researchers, market analysts, decision makers, power engineers and students.
Dr eng. Anna Hnydiuk-Stefan is a power engineering researcher and scientist well known in international academic and industrial communities, due to her international publications and books. Her fields of specialization are heat and power generation technologies and power management, and she is also interested in technical and economic problems of coal and natural gas combustion processes in heat and power generating plants. Currently she is teaching at Opole University of Technology. She is the author or co-author of 3 books and numerous articles on oxy-fuel combustion technology and environmental impacts on a power plant operation, including: Optimum Investment Strategy in the Power Industry. Mathematical Models. Springer, New York 2016, Bartnik R., Buryn Z., Hnydiuk-Stefan A: Investment Strategy in Heating and CHP. Mathematical Models. Springer, London 2017. She extensive experience in cooperations with the largest Polish power groups in the field of carbon emissions trading schemes. She is a graduate of the MBA in Finance and Insurance program at Illinois State University and the Technical University of Lodz. She is a licensed commodity broker in Poland.
Introduction.- Methodology with continuous time analysis of the technical and economic viability of dual-fuel gas and steam systems.- Mathematical models for time continuous analysis of technical and economic effectiveness of newly built dual fuel gas-steam turbines.- Mathematical models with the continuous time for selection of the optimum power of a gas turbine set for newly built dual-fuel gas-fired combined heat and power plants in parallel systems.- Methodology and mathematical models with continuous time for technical and economic analysis of effectiveness modernization of existing coal blocks for dual-fuel gas-steam systems.- Impact of the derogation mechanism in EU ETS on the economic viability of modernization of existing coal blocks for dual-fuel gas-steam systems.