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Power plant electrical output is one of the most important and critical parameters of an overall plant performance evaluation.

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The main thermal power generation cycle components will always require auxiliary equipment to operate efficiently and safely.

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The turbine efficiency is defined as the ratio between the actual power produced in the turbine over the power that would be produced in an ideal turbine.

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The HRSG is a vital component for any combined cycle power plant. It is the rate of heat transfer from the gas turbine exhaust gases to the water cycle.

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The thermal efficiency of the boiler is the ratio of the energy absorbed by the steam over the energy released by the combustion of the fuel.

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The steam turbine is one of the most important components in the cycle. It transforms heat energy from the steam to mechanical energy for the generator.

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The condenser represents the heat sink of the cycle. The performance of this very important has a significant impact on the overall cycle efficiency.

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The cooling tower efficiency is one of the Power Plant Performance Parameters to include during each power plant performance evaluation.

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Every startup and shutdown means additional costs to power plant operators, it is one of the Power Plant Performance Parameters that is used also by the dispatch to make decisions on which power plant to start-up or shutdown.

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Using mobile high precision equipment TGPS can measure the levels of combustion products such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen, sulfur dioxide, sulfur trioxide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, and hydrocarbons.

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Why is Power Plant Efficiency Important?

Power Plant Efficiency is directly correlated to the business sustainability in terms of financial performance and long-term feasibility.

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