The new generation intelligent control system for burners was designed, manufactured, installed and commissioned with the aim of increasing the efficiency of efficiency and reducing energy consumption in heaters.
According to the Center for Public Relations and Information of the Vice Chancellor for Science, in pressure reduction stations, transmission line heaters are a major consumer of gas. At present, the temperature of the heater and the time of turning on and off the burner are controlled by the thermostat and by the operator. In addition to the high probability of user error in this mode, the heater burner stays on for long periods of time for no apparent reason.
The purpose of the present design is to design and build a temperature control system for heaters, with the aim of increasing efficiency and reducing energy consumption in heaters.
Mostafa Safari, CEO of Daneshbanian Behineh Sazan Sanat Tasisat Company, stressed the importance of reducing energy consumption in heaters, said: Recommended as the best heater outlet temperature.
He added: "By designing a proper control system, the optimal heater temperature is automatically adjusted according to the line pressure." At present, the operating temperature of the heaters is fixed by the user, regardless of line pressure changes.
Referring to how this project works, Safari said: By selecting the outlet temperature of the heater to the minimum possible, the energy consumption of the heater will be reduced in the same proportion, which will increase the efficiency of the station. Ideally, with 100% heat efficiency for heaters, it takes about 55 kW of energy to raise the gas temperature by one degree for a 10,000 SCMH line to about 55 kw.
He continued: "Considering that in real case, considering the heat loss, the efficiency will be about 70%, it is clear that proper regulation of the temperature of the heaters can be significantly effective in saving the energy consumption of the heaters." Therefore, the ultimate goal of the project is to design an intelligent system to optimize the heaters based on the minimum suitable temperature for the gas passing through the regulator.