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CCT
2017

2nd International Summit

CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY


Coal Blending, Coal Characteristics, Combustion
Optimization and New Environment Norms

Course Director: Dr. Debdas Banerjee


B.Sc. (Hons.) M.Sc. (Analytical Chemistry) &
Ph.D. IIT. Bombay

12th - 13th June 2017 14th - 15th June 2017 16th - 17th June 2017
Mumbai Chennai Kolkata

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We will be proud to become your in house training & business consultancy partner for your workforce & plant development.
For any tailor made trainings or consultancy at your facility in any industry verticals just email us on:
info@marcepinc.com or inhouse@marcepinc.com

For registration & enquiries contact us on: kris@marcepinc.com or Tel: +91- 22- 30210100
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CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY CCT
Coal Blending, Coal Characteristics, Combustion 2017
Optimization and New Environment Norms

Two day training agenda:

Day One
Fundamentals Fuel & combustion, Solid Fuel (coal) Combustion
Mechanism of PF fired combustion, Combustion Calculation
Coal characteristics and its relevance in power plant performance
Coal blending (Blending methodology, Optimization of blending ratio for combustion
improvement.) & its impact, issues & case studies
Mill performance parameters its role in PF combustion
Mill performance improvement potentials through new technology intervention some
experiences and case studies

Day Two
Coal Parameter & boiler efficiency computation and assessment
Combustion optimization & experiences, slagging & fouling in boilers
New environment norms. ESP performance improvement potentials & new technologies for
achieving emission norms
Case Studies & Group Discussion

About this training workshop:


The course will critically examine and concentrate on the following key technologies:

Super critical/ Ultra critical pulverized fuel plants - the effective clean coal technology for new coal- fired plants.

Circulating Fluidised Bed Combustion plants - which an increasing number of companies and utilities are adopting to burn
coal and other solid fuels; Plus Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle plant;
.Examples of these technologies will be provided for existing and planned power plants in the Asia/ Pacific Regions.

This training course will illustrate how the power utility and coal mining industries are leveraging on new technology in clean
coal power generation. Technical and non-technical professionals who require an introduction to the current and future coal
combustion technologies will find this course useful for their projects and future collaborations. This course is broad based to
give you an insight into the exciting new developments that are currently shaping the coal and power generation industries
and markets.

Who should attend:


The following professionals from utilities companies, coal producers, coal technologies companies, consultancies,
regulators, financial institutions and governments will find this training course useful:
Power Engineering Professionals Energy R & D Executives Process Engineers Environmental Managers
Attorneys/General/Senior Counsel Executives in Emissions and Clean Air Initiatives Plant Developers and Project
Managers Coal Mining Executives Asset Management and Risk Managers EPCIC Executives Community and
Governmental Affairs New investment or capital funding executives

For registration & enquiries contact us on: kris@marcepinc.com or Tel: +91- 22- 30210100
www.marcepinc.com
CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY CCT
Coal Blending, Coal Characteristics, Combustion 2017
Optimization and New Environment Norms

12th - 13th June 2017 14th - 15th June 2017 16th - 17th June 2017
Mumbai Chennai Kolkata

Course Director: Dr. Debdas Banerjee B.Sc. (Hons.) M.Sc. (Analytical Chemistry) & Ph.D. IIT. Bombay

(Ph.D. IIT Bombay) from Large thermal power sector (NTPC LTD) with 30 years of experience in Centre for Power
Efficiency & Environmental Protection and R&D NTPC.
Area of Experience:
1. Boiler performance assessment & analysis through off-line & online monitoring of process parameters like fuel
flow, flue gas temperatures and flue gas compositions .
2. Performance assessment of Air Heater, Mill & ESP & their computations.
3. Combustion optimization in power plant
4. Optimization of Coal blending in Power station
5. Assessment of combustion reactivity of Non-coking coal
6. Organizing Seminar, workshop, Training program
7. Presently Guest Faculty for Training programs of Power Management Institute of NTPC & External Institutes
(NPTI, IIT Dhanbad etc.)
Covered session on coal & combustion area in international training program at IIT(ISM) Dhanbad.
FOREIGHN TRANING & Other credits:
1. Attended two weeks training at TA Instrument USA - on applications of THERMAL ANALYSER ( DSC, DTA,
TGA).
2. Attended one weak training program on On Line Fuel Balancing System organized by Doosan in South Korea.
3. Around 25 papers published & presented

Motivation:
Coal is the prime feed for approximately unlimited industrial and thermal power sector worldwide. With
the advent of import to India and the reducing qualities of coal from current mining areas, it has become
difficult to obtain the correct qualities of coal to meet the specifications for boilers designed in the years
gone by. This leads to reduced efficiency and increased emissions norms.
This course seeks to outline the issues now being faced by coal-fired boiler users and to present an
outline of the coal qualities now available on the market with comments on how best to use them.

Objectives:
The purpose of this workshop is to outline the principles of combustion and to present coal qualities and
performance for users of coal in a range of boiler sizes, this to ensure improved efficiencies and
reducing harmful emission from thermal power plants.

Coal the most significant source of energy:


Approximately 23% of primary energy needs are met by coal and 39% of electricity is generated from coal.
About 70% of world steel production depends on coal feedstock. Coal is the world's most abundant and widely
distributed fossil fuel source.
The International Energy Agency expects a 43% increase in its use from 2000 to 2020.
Burning coal produces about 12 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide each year which is released to atmosphere,
About 70% of this being from power generation.
Other estimates put carbon dioxide emissions from power generation at one third of the world total of over 28
billion tonnes of CO2 emissions.
A continuosly developing range of technology solutions which improve the efficiency and environmental impact
assessment of using coal as an energy source.

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Honored from industries
with over more than 35 years
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What is health check up of plant equipments?


To know the present status of health of old static & rotating equipments like steam turbines, heat exchanger, pressure vessels,
pipings, pumps, motors, compressors, engines etc.
Checking the health status of equipment through predictive and preventive maintenance through visual inspection and
diagnosis.
Why you should go plant health check up?
To increase the plant performance & availability before failure
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
The more reliable the plant the better uninterrupted production
Fewer breakdowns and reactive work orders through preventive & predictive maintenance for more reliable operations
With in depth Remaining Life Assessment Studies (RLA)
Repairing & overhauling services for various equipments
Implementing effective shutdowns & turnaround operations
Plant safety & gap assessment studies

Marcep Inc. is a one stop multi faceted technical & engineering services provider for various sectors in India & Pan Asia.

Agenda
What is our objective and why?
What tools do we have available?
Reliable outage information
Measurements (statistics)
How can we reach the objectives?
Unitlevel bench marking
Componentlevel bench marking

Maintainability is defined as the probability of performing a successful repair action within a given time. In other words,
maintainability measures the ease and speed with which a system can be restored to operational status after a failure occurs.
Availability factor of a process plant is the amount of time that it is able to produce electricity over a certain period, divided by
the amount of the time in the period. Occasions where only partial capacity is available may or may not be deducted.
Reliability (1) The duration or probability of failure-free performance under stated conditions. (2) The probability that an item
can perform its intended function for a specified interval under stated conditions.

Game Plan
To simply find ways that either outage frequency, outage duration, or both, can be reduced and kept at a level consistent with
minimum generation costs and load management objectives.

Reducing MRO Costs & Improving ROA


At MARCEP INC., Dr. Banerjee says that his organizations clients are looking to predicting and preventing failures as the key
to reducing their maintenance, repair and operation (MRO) costs, and to increasing their return on assets (ROA).
Its not just the equipment cost and number of machines, but the financial impact of failure on production, Dr. Banerjee says.
Thats why improving your maintenance practices deserves so much attention.
A trend toward outsourcing maintenance and adopting asset management applications is helping operators make the
improvements that Dr. Banerjee says are crucial to keeping plants up and running, and keeping costs down.
It has helped our customers identify critical issues and bad actors, optimize maintenance, prioritize turnarounds and
shutdowns, and increase mean time between repairs.
As our customers gain knowledge and baseline metrics, we see a slow migration to condition and performance monitoring,
for even higher degrees of maintenance accuracy, says Dr. Banerjee.

Power Plants Oil & Gas Petrochemical Fertilizer Pulp & Paper Chemicals Iron & Steel etc.

Inspect your plant health now:


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CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY CCT


2017
Coal Blending, Coal Characteristics, Combustion
Optimization and New Environment Norms

12th - 13th June 2017 14th - 15th June 2017 16th - 17th June 2017
Mumbai Chennai Kolkata

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