Management of Power Production
- The course cannot be taken simultaneously with:
- Economy of Power Industry (B1M16EKE)
- Department of Economics, Management and Humanities
Management and economic calculations, power production - elektricity calculations.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1.Specific features of energy production technology and product qualities.
2.Management and organisation of energy utilities/production establishments
3.Production and economic activity, classification and planning
4.Organisation of fuel department
5.Consumption and reserve accounting, costs calculation
6.Organisation and management of energy production plants
7.Management of technological processes
8.Consumption characteristics of power plant facilities
9.Normalising and planning of fuel and energy consumption
10.Energy balance of heat and nuclear power plants
11.Analysis of technical economy indexes.
12.Costs calculation of electrical energy and heat production
13.Costs analysis of electrical energy and heat production
14.Dividing of costs of combined production of electrical energy and heat
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1.Basic power plants terms
2.Combined steam - gas cycle comparison with classical steam power plants
3.Calculation and construction of power characteristics in energy production
4.Diagram saddle analysis of energy producer - part 1
5.Diagram saddle analysis of energy producer - part 2
6.Evaluation and account liquidation of coal dump stock
8.Calculation of main and partial technical - economic indexes
9.Calculation and construction of combined cycle heat diagram
10.Calculation of fuel consumption standards
11.Economic load dispatching
13.Analysis of main indexes by direct and indirect method
14.Method for costs dividing to electrical energy and heat
- Study Objective:
- Study materials:
1.Doty, S., Turner, C.: Energy Management Handbook. Lilburn USA, The Fairmont Press 2013.
2.Pansini A. J., Smalling K. D.: Guide to Electric Power Generation. Farmont Press 2005.
3.Kiameh P.: Power Generation Handbook. McGraw-Hill 2003.
4.Marsch, W.D.: Economics of Electric Utility Power Generation. Clarendon Press, New York 1980
5.Turner, C.: Energy Management Handbook. Lilburn USA, The Fairmont Press 1995.
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering and Management - Economy and Management of Power Eng. (compulsory course of the specialization)