Modellierung und Simulation von Prozessen in Abfallheizkraftwerken – am Beispiel des Wasser-Dampf-Kreislaufs –

Es wird dargelegt, welche Anwendungsmöglichkeiten für die Simulation von Prozessen in Abfallheizkraftwerken bestehen. Am Beispiel des Gemeinschaftskraftwerks Schweinfurt wird gezeigt, wie eine solche Modellierung aussieht und welche Möglichkeiten die eingesetzte Software bietet.

Die Studie wurde im Jahr 2007 mit der Version 6.01 des Programms erstellt. In der Zwischenzeit gibt es eine Version 11.01, die viele neue Möglichkeiten bietet.

Besonders interessant für diese Art von Studien ist die Möglichkeit, mit der Zeitreihe direkt im Programm eine Jahresgangrechnung durchführen zu können. Dabei wird auch die Bildung von Mittelwerten, Summen und Integralen unterstützt. Entwickelt wurde dieses Feature wurde für Anwendungen in der Solarthermie, es ist aber auch allgemein einsetzbar. In diesem Zusammenhang wurden auch Speicher (direkte und indirekte) implementiert.

Hauptfokus der aktuellen Entwicklung ist eine Erweiterung des Programms um dynamische Komponenten zur Modellierung von instationären Vorgängen (Transienten, An- und Abfahrvorgänge).

Copyright: © TK Verlag - Fachverlag für Kreislaufwirtschaft
Quelle: Energie aus Abfall 12 (2015) (Januar 2015)
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Autor: Dr. Reiner Pawellek
Christoph Jannasch
Dr.-Ing. Ragnar Warnecke

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