JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute

Moscow, Russia

JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute

Moscow, Russia

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Bulysova L.A.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Vasil'ev V.D.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Berne A.L.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Gutnik M.M.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Gutnik M.N.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2017

Results are presented from comprehensive tests of a sample low-emission combustion chamber for a GTU-110M gas turbine at partial (350 kPa) and full (1500 kPa) pressures. Data on the emission characteristics are shown that confirm low emissions of nitrogen oxides and high fuel burnup during operation of the combustion chamber with 50 to 100% load on the gas turbine. The effect of the pressure in the low-emission combustion chamber on the emission characteristics and combustion stability is analyzed. Away of controlling the combustion chamber to obtain the required performance is demonstrated. A comparison and analysis of data obtained with partial and full air parameters confirms that they are identical with respect to the temperatures of the walls of the fire tube and gas collector, and with respect to the temperature distribution and temperature nonuniformities of the flue gases and to the completeness of fuel burnup. Models of the acoustic boundary conditions on a test stand with partial and full parameters are also confirmed. © 2017 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Zorchenko N.V.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Krylov V.Y.,JSC System Operator of the United Power System
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2015

The results of tests conducted at the Tobolsk CHPP confirm that cross-connection thermal power plants can participate in assigned-reserve primary frequency control and automatic secondary frequency and power-flow control. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Taradai D.V.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Komarov V.A.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Gudoshnikov V.S.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2015

There were emergency situations where 20MWgas turbine units on metal foundations operated in permafrost areas were tripped by the vibration protection system. Using advanced vibration diagnostic facilities made it possible to reveal design defects of the equipment. Balancing and foundation stiffening have brought the operation of turbines in line with the operating rules and regulations. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Tumanovskii A.G.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Olkhovsky G.G.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2015

Coal is an important fuel for the electric power industry of Russia, especially in Ural and the eastern part of the country. It is fired in boilers of large (200 – 800 MW) condensing power units and in many cogeneration power plants with units rated at 50 – 180 MW. Many coal-fired power plants have been operated for more than 40 – 50 years. Though serviceable, their equipment is obsolete and does not comply with the current efficiency, environmental, staffing, and availability standards. It is urgent to retrofit and upgrade such power plants using advanced equipment, engineering and business ideas. Russian power-plant engineering companies have designed such advanced power units and their equipment such as boilers, turbines, auxiliaries, process and environmental control systems similar to those produced by the world’s leading manufacturers. Their performance and ways of implementation are discussed. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Bogachev V.A.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Urusova G.A.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Shumovskaya M.A.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2015

Creep rupture strength of austenitic chromium-manganese steel grade DI59 is investigated in the temperature range 700 and 750°C and stress range 30 – 80 MPa not studied previously. It is shown that failure is classical under conditions of metal creep rupture strength exhaustion. Test data are approximated by an equation whose structure is proposed by I. I. Trunin. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Don E.A.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Taradai D.V.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Gudoshnikov V.S.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2015

It is proposed that the flange joints for turbine rotors and for the horizontal feedthrough of the cylinder housings be assembled using a technology that avoids traditional impact tools, as well as heating of the studs. This technology involves the use of specialized equipment and a modified fastener design. The insertion (extraction) of the fastener is monitored both with a dial indicator and based on the jack force measured by the pressure from the hydraulic pump, which reduces the errors owing to human factors. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Fedorov A.I.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2016

Arefined method for designing staged evaporation systems is developed. It allows for the design features (two symmetric sections, salt ratio line, continuous and intermittent blowdown points, etc.) of the external saline sections and the circulation conditions in the saline sections, each having two cyclones on each side of the boiler and being close upon one waterwall (circulation surge). Examples of using the method to improve the reliability of the saline sections are given. © 2016, Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Tumanovskii A.G.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute | Olkhovsky G.G.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2015

Coal is an important fuel for the electric power industry of Russia, especially in Ural and the eastern part of the country. It is fired in boilers of large (200 – 800 MW) condensing power units and in many cogeneration power plants with units rated at 50 – 180 MW. Many coal-fired power plants have been operated for more than 40 – 50 years. Though serviceable, their equipment is obsolete and does not comply with the current efficiency, environmental, staffing, and availability standards. It is urgent to retrofit and upgrade such power plants using advanced equipment, engineering and business ideas. Russian power-plant engineering companies have designed such advanced power units and their equipment such as boilers, turbines, auxiliaries, process and environmental control systems similar to those produced by the world’s leading manufacturers. Their performance and ways of implementation are discussed. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Suchkov S.I.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2016

An empirical technique is developed for calculating fuel gasification in a hearth gas generator and tested on a small experimental-industrial gas generator. The results agree with experimental data. It is proposed that this technique be used for calculations of large gas generators after it has been optimized. © 2016 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Kazanskii D.A.,JSC All Russia Thermal Engineering Institute
Power Technology and Engineering | Year: 2012

Results are presented for development of reliability criteria with respect to the microstructural state for alloy IN 792 rotor blades and guide vanes. The effect of prolonged aging and high-temperature overheating lasting 1 h on alloy structure and properties are evaluated. © 2012 Springer Science + Business Media, Inc.

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