NTPC | Gas Power Plant – Industrial Training Report Download

NTPC | Gas Power Plant – Industrial Training Report Download

Overview of NTPC

NTPC was set up in the central sector in the 1975 in response to widening demand & supply gap with the main objective of planning, promoting & organizing an integrated development to thermal power in India. Ever since its inception, NTPC has never looked back and the corporation is treading steps of success one after the other. The only PSU to have achieved excellent rating in respect of MOU targets signed with Govt. of India each year.
NTPC is poised to become a 40,000 MW gint corporation by the end of XI plan i.e. 2012 AD. Lighting up one fourth of the nation, NTPC has an installed capacity of 19,291 MW from its commitment to provide quality power; all the operating stations of NTPC located in the National Capital Region & western have acquired ISO 9002 certification. The service groups like Engineering, Contracts, materials and operation Services have also bagged the ISO 9001 certification. NTPC Dadri, Ramagundam, Vindhyachal and Korba station have also bagged ISO 14001 certification.
Today NTPC contributes more than 3 / 5 th of the total power generation in India. 


Station At Glance
NTPC dadri is model project of NTPC . also it tit the best project of NTPC also known as NCPS ( National capital power station ). Situated 60 kms away from Delhi in the District of gautam budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. The station has an installed capacity of 1669 MW of power – 840 MW from Coal based units and 829 MW Gas Based Station . the station is excelling in performance ever since it’s commercial operation . consistently in receipts of meritorious projectivity awards, the coal based units of the station stood first in the country in terms of PLF for the financial year 1999 – 2000 by generating an all time national high PLF of 96.12 % with the most modern O & M Practices. NTPC – Dadri is committed to generated clean and green Power. The Station also houses the first HVDC station of the country (GEP project) in association with centre for power efficiency and Environment protection (CENEEP) – NTPC & USAUID. The station has bagged ISO 14001 & ISO 9002 certification during the financial year 1999 – 2000, certified by Agency of International repute M/s DNV Netherlands M/s DNV Germany respectively.

NTPC to take up the construction of Kawas, Auraiya, Anta, Dadri and Gandhar Gas Power Project along the HBJ Gas pipe line.
The power plant consists of gas turbine generating units waste heat recovery boilers, steam turbo generator, ancillary electrical and mechanical equipments. The power generated at this power station is fed over 220 KV AC transmission system associated with this project to distribute the power in the various Regions.

In the Power Sector, gas turbine drive generators are used. Gas turbines range in size from less than 100 KW up to about 140.000 KW. The gas turbine has found increasing application due to the following potential advantages over competitive equipment.
• Small size and weight per horsepower
• Rapid loading capability
• Self-contained packaged unit
• Moderate first cost
• No cooling water required
• Easy maintenance
• High reliability
• Waste heat available for combined cycle application.
• Low Gestation Period
• Low Pollution Hazards

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Sachin Thorat

Sachin is a B-TECH graduate in Mechanical Engineering from a reputed Engineering college. Currently, he is working in the sheet metal industry as a designer. Additionally, he has interested in Product Design, Animation, and Project design. He also likes to write articles related to the mechanical engineering field and tries to motivate other mechanical engineering students by his innovative project ideas, design, models and videos.

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