Turbine condenser and the cooling tower

The condenser working point is significant for turbine efficiency. It is a function of cooling system performance. The monitoring of a cooling system, for example, with vent coolers, is focused on indicating the correct relationship between the cooling water temperature, the number of cooler cells in operation, and the fan speed.


The result is then used for setting the condenser working point as these coordinates: the condenser temperature versus the stream of the steam condensed, where the cooling water tempera-ture is a monitored parameter. The whole is to inform the operators of the best operating conditions of the condenser, along with the information on how to achieve these conditions with the cooler.



Graphic interface of the turbine condenser and the cooling tower





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