Power

Steam Power Plant

Characteristic Data:
Power output: 2 x approx. 800 MW
Electrical efficiency: 46%
Fuel: Bituminous coal
Nominal flow rate (steam): 2 x 600 kg/s

Steam parameters:
Live steam pressure: 285 bar
Live steam temperature: 600 °C
Hot reheat temperature: 610 °C
Type of cooling:
Natural draft wet cooling tower

Trial run:
Unit D: May 2013
Unit E: Sept. 2013

Scope of supply:
MCE Aschersleben took on the overall responsibility on Feed Water tanks and Tank package
• Preliminary and detailed engineering
• Systems design and work in the areas of process engineering, component engineering
• Development of technical and commercial concepts
• Time scheduling
• Procurement
• Manufacturing
• Delivery
• Installation and Commissioning

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Steam Power Plant

Characteristic Data:
General Contractor: Babcock Borsig Steinmüller
Power output: 2 x approx. 200 MW
Fuel: coal

Trial run:
• Unit K 6 & K 9: 2014

Scope of supply:
MCE Aschersleben took on the overall responsibility on Boiler Drums (Material: WB 36)
• Preliminary and detailed engineering / component engineering
• Time scheduling
• Procurement
• Manufacturing
• Delivery
• Installation
Steam Power Plant

Characteristic Data:
Power output: 2 x approx. 800 MW
Electrical efficiency: Approx. 47%
Fuel: Bituminous coal
Steam parameters:
• Live steam pressure: 285 bar
• Live steam temperature: 600 °C
• Reheat steam: 610 °C
Type of cooling:
• Seawater once-through cooling (32m³/s)

Trial run:
• Unit A, March 2014
• Unit B, Sept. 2014

Scope of supply:
MCE Aschersleben took on the overall responsibility on Feed Water tanks and Tank package
• Preliminary and detailed engineering
• Systems design and work in the areas of process engineering, component engineering
• Development of technical and commercial concepts
• Time scheduling
• Procurement
• Manufacturing
• Delivery
• Installation and Commissioning

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Steam Power Plant

Characteristic Data:
Power output: 2 x approx. 800 MW
Throughput (steam): 2x575 kg/s
Fuel:
Bituminous coal
Type of cooling: Once-through cooling

Trial run: April 2012

Description of site:
Hamburg-Moorburg, Germany

Site characteristic:

  • The bituminous-coal-fired twin-unit Moorburg project for  Vattenfall Europe Generation AG & Co. KG was one of the first new construction projects for a bituminous-coal-fired power plant in Germany
  • Planning development is carried out by the subsidiary, Vattenfall Power Consult, parallel to the new construction project for a lignite-fired power plant located in Boxberg with a chronological offset of only a few months

Project description:
  • The twin unit was realized with a unit capacity of 820 MWel and a net efficiency of approx. 46%. Electric feed pumps, a nine-stage feed water preheater and new types of materials were used in the piping systems
  • The design and erection of the twin unit is to be achieved in the shortest possible time with optimized investment costs
  • the architectural plant concept is very ambitious; great value is placed on optimum integration of the plant into the setting of existing buildings
  • The design of the cooling system for the plant, using water from the Elbe River, is very sophisticated in order to keep environmental impacts to a minimum. It was also necessary, of course, to take protective measures against flooding into consideration

Scope of supply:
MCE Aschersleben took on the overall responsibility on Feed Water tanks  and Tank package

  • Preliminary and detailed engineering
  • Systems design and work in the areas of process engineering, component engineering
  • Development of technical and commercial concepts
  • Time scheduling
  • Procurement
  • Manufacturing
  • Delivery
  • Installation and Commissioning
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Steam Power Plant

Characteristic Data:
Power output: approx. 800 MW
Throughput (steam): 575 kg/s
Fuel: Bituminous coal
Type of cooling: Once-through cooling
Trial run: 2012
Location: Boxberg Lausitz, Germany

Site characteristic:

  • The lignite-fired unit Boxberg project for Vattenfall Europe Generation AG & Co. KG was one of the first new construction projects for a lignite-fired power plant in Germany
  • Planning development is carried out by the subsidiary, Vattenfall Power Consult, parallel to the new construction project for Hamburg Moorburg with a chronological offset of only a few months

Scope of supply:
Preliminary and detailed engineering
Systems design and work in the areas of process engineering, component engineering
Development of technical and commercial concepts
Time scheduling
Procurement
Manufacturing
Delivery
Installation and Commissioning

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Steam Power Plant

Characteristic Data:

Power output: 965 MW
Electrical efficiency: Lignite

Steam parameters:
Live steam pressure: 274 bar
Live steam temperature: 580 °C
Live steam mass flow: 730 kg/s

Type of cooling:
Natural draft wet cooling tower

Trial run: September 2002

Description of site:
Bergheim-Niederaussem, Germany

Following completion of the renewal program in the newly-formed German states, Unit K in Niederaussem was the only new power plant construction project in Germany

We took care of all core areas of plant technology thereby, from the steam generator and steam turbine generator set to the pumps, feed water pump turbine, preheating line and vessels

We also took over the process-engineering support of the system and unit automation, including the preparation of operating manuals, weeks-long training of operating personnel, and special topics within the scope of on-site commissioning

Project description:
The plant is considered to be one of the most up-to-date lignite-fired power plants in the world and holds a number of records: highest efficiency, tallest wet cooling tower (200 m), boiler with the highest rated thermal input, highest steam parameters (580 °C / 274 bar), lowest exhaust steam pressure (28 / 34 mbar), and six-stage LP and three-stage HP preheating

The design of the flue gas heat displacement system is quite sophisticated in its two-stage execution (conventional heating surfaces in the empty pass upstream of the air preheater for feed water heating and exhaust gas heat exchanger upstream of the FGD unit for combustion air preheating)

The level of automation is comprehensive thanks to the most up-to-date field bus technology. The start-up and shutdown processes as well as all load capability operating cases are automatic

Scope of services:
Delivery of pressure vessel package





Combined Cycle

Technical Data:
Power Output electrical: ca. 300 MWel
Power Output thermal: ca. 120 MWth
Fuel: Natural Gas

Coolingsystem: Cooling Tower

Trial Run: 2016

Location: Berlin Lichterfelde / Germany

Special Requirements

  • Central location in the South of Berlins
  • Integration of new installations in existing Power Plant. Limited space

Scope:

  • Delivery and Installation Feed Water Tank






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