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How A Combined Cycle Power Plant Works | Gas Power Generation | GE Power
Take this 360 degree tour and discover what our Combined Cycle Power Plant is all about. See you next time you flip on a light switch! Learn more: https://www.ge.com/gas-power/resources/education/combined-cycle-power-plants #GEPower #PoweringForward Subscribe for More: https://bit.ly/2N82PfY Work for GE: https://invent.ge/2F0yg76 GE Power Social Accounts: Visit GE Power: https://invent.ge/2Blgkr1 Find GE Power on Linkedin: https://bit.ly/2L34UaT Follow GE Power on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2MVIVoh Like GE Power on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2OMQcaz Follow GE Power on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2MuWG0c About GE Power: GE Power is a world energy leader providing equipment, solutions and services across the energy value chain from generation to consumption. Operating in more than 180 countries, our technology produces a third of the world’s electricity, equips 90 percent of power transmission utilities worldwide, and our software manages more than forty percent of the world’s energy. For more information please visit www.ge.com/power, and follow GE Power on Twitter and on LinkedIn. https://www.youtube.com/c/GEPower
What Is the Smart Grid?
Get the basics on how smart grid technology impacts you. Video Chapters below: What is the smart grid? http://youtu.be/JwRTpWZReJkt=0m00s The Smart Home: http://youtu.be/JwRTpWZReJk#t=1m14s Renewable Energy: http://youtu.be/JwRTpWZReJk#t=1m57s Consumer Engagement: http://youtu.be/JwRTpWZReJk#t=2m19s Operation Centers: http://youtu.be/JwRTpWZReJk#t=3m04s Plug-in Electric Vehicles: http://youtu.be/JwRTpWZReJk#t=4m28 To learn more about how smart grid technologies create a stronger, more reliable and effective electric grid visit: http://energy.gov/smart-grid
How does a Thermal power plant work?
Help us to make future videos for you. Make LE's efforts sustainable. Please support us at Patreon.com ! https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering The operation of a thermal power plant is explained in a logical manner with help of animation in this video. Starting from the very basic question a conceptual overview of Rankine cycle is provided here. Topics such a Generator, Steam turbine, condenser, feed water pump, boiler are illustrated initially. The basic Rankine cycle is modified and use of super hearing, reheating and feed water heating (deaerator) is explained there after. Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/LearnEngineering Voice-over artist :https://www.fiverr.com/mikepaine
Electrical Grid 101 : All you need to know ! (With Quiz)
An electrical grid is an interconnected network for delivering electricity from producers to consumers for example to run your electric griddle and other home appliances. It consists of generating stations that produce electrical power, high voltage transmission lines that carry power from distant sources to demand centers, and distribution lines that connect individual customers Power stations may be located near a fuel source, at a dam site, or to take advantage of renewable energy sources, and are often located away from heavily populated areas. They are usually quite large to take advantage of economies of scale. The electric power which is generated is stepped up to a higher voltage at which it connects to the electric power transmission network. The bulk power transmission network will move the power long distances, sometimes across international boundaries, until it reaches its wholesale customer (usually the company that owns the local electric power distribution network). On arrival at a substation, the power will be stepped down from a transmission level voltage to a distribution level voltage. As it exits the substation, it enters the distribution wiring. Finally, upon arrival at the service location, the power is stepped down again from the distribution voltage to the required service voltage(s). If you are exploring about electrical grid and want to learn even more, head over to our detailed article on the subject so that you can increase your knowledge ! Link : https://www.engineeringworldchannel.com/electrical-grid/ Join 'Engineering World' like many others to get access to very special perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh2wZoBynUkHmTX2GOwAKKg/join Also, kindly consider subscribing to our channel if you liked the video: https://geni.us/SubscribeChannel Watch some of our other interesting videos: Are Wind Turbines really Environmentally Friendly? Link: https://youtu.be/MVHzfUWul2Y Which is the best seaplane ever made? Link: https://youtu.be/XNQ9hnJMiY8 Can SpaceX rockets really land from the space? Link: https://youtu.be/aH9JQ4Kash0
Controlling Trains - Network Rail engineering education (3 of 15)
Rail travel is the safest mode of transport in Britain. Making it safe, efficient and reliable is one of our jobs. This is the story of how we control trains -- the block system, signalling and the different technologies used to control the network. For more information on signalling https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/looking-after-the-railway/signalling/ For all our national news, campaigns and to see how we're at the heart of revitalising Britain’s railway, please follow: http://www.facebook.com/networkrail http://www.instagram.com/networkrail http://www.linkedin.com/company/network-rail http://twitter.com/networkrail http://www.youtube.com/networkrail
Introduction to Level Crossings - Network Rail engineering education (4 of 15)
This film looks at one of the biggest challenges we face in keeping the network safe: level crossings. How they work, the varieties we have in operation -- and the safety issues they encounter. For more information on level crossings https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/looking-after-the-railway/level-crossings/ For all our national news, campaigns and to see how we're at the heart of revitalising Britain’s railway, please follow: http://www.facebook.com/networkrail http://www.instagram.com/networkrail http://www.linkedin.com/company/network-rail http://twitter.com/networkrail http://www.youtube.com/networkrail
An Introduction to Switches & Crossings - Network Rail engineering education (12 of 15)
Please note that this film was created in 2012 so some information and practices may be outdated and inaccurate. Switches and crossings play an essential role in connecting the rail network. We use them to guide trains from one track to another and to enable lines to cross paths. Put simply, they're the junctions that allow us to create a multi-lined, multi-routed rail network. This is how they work. For more information https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/looking-after-the-railway/track/ For all our national news, campaigns and to see how we're at the heart of revitalising Britain’s railway, please follow: http://www.facebook.com/networkrail http://www.instagram.com/networkrail http://www.linkedin.com/company/network-rail http://twitter.com/networkrail http://www.youtube.com/networkrail
Introduction to SCADA System | Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System | What is SCADA?
hello and welcome today I am going to walk you through the basics of SCADA in this video tutorial I will show you what SCADA can do for you let's start with basics SCADA stands for supervisory control and data acquisition a SCADA system at its most basic is a software system that is used for controlling monitoring and analyzing an industrial process these systems used in basically every industry process in the world SCADA is the key software element in critical infrastructure control it is not a specific technology or protocol but an application where data is collected from a system in order to control that system. so SCADA means itself is a software which is used to control hardware which could be anything like plcs, drives, servers and which is also acquiring the data from this devices so it is controlling and acquiring. SCADA is the one wide area network control systems for dispersed control assets that need to work together like oil and gas pipeline, water distribution system a full-scale SCADA system just monitor more stuff over much greater distances. history of SCADA system system grew out of the telemetry systems developed for the space programs at that time everything was analog not digital and with the development of micro processors and integrated circuits microprocessor based digital telemetry systems were developed it could multiplex data and provide all the information and at the same time radio telemetry was being used for supervisory control and data acquisition and thus the modern SCADA was born. let's talk about SCADA architecture SCADA is a control system architecture that uses computers network data communications and graphical user interfaces for high level process supervisory management but uses other peripheral devices such as programmable logic controllers and discrete PID controllers to interface to the process plant or machinery here we have a control center which we can see as a computer system connected with the Ethernet port and here PLC is also connected with the Ethernet port now this PLC is connected to various field instruments this could be any sensors or actuators which may be analog or digital. so computer have a SCADA software which can interact with this field instruments by this communication networks and thus computer is connected to various other PLC's so this is the basic architecture of SCADA. let's talk more about it the two important elements involved in modern SCADA system are the rtu and the central station computer. SCADA system starts by communicating with in real-time with the controllers out in the field that are running the actual process typically these will be the PLC's or RTUs so SCADA system will gather information from these field controllers SCADA system also will include at some sort of historian products so that this real-time process information can be tracked over the long term it is going to access the data from PLC's after collecting data from PLC it present unmonitored it looks like an animation it is the virtual display. SCADA system have mainly for functions data acquisition data communication data presentation control sensors either digital or analog and control relays that directly interface with the managed system the communications network that connects the SCADA master unit to the RTUs in the field remote telemetry units these are small computerized units deployed in the field at specific sites and locations RTUs serve as local collection points for gathering reports from sensors and delivering commands to control relays with the advent of Windows and high-resolution graphics SCADA has almost become synonymous with the HMI even though behind the human-machine interface is the data base all you need are the system or machinery which you want to monitor and control from the very beginning SCADA systems data was used in maintenance and operations an important part of most SCADA implementations is alarm handling the system monitors whether certain alarm conditions are satisfied to determine when an alarm event has occurred once an alarm event has been detected one or more actions are taken such as the activation of one or more alarm indicators and perhaps the generation of email or text messages integrated into the data and graphical displays are alarm functions that can raise and display alarms as they occur on some systems they can be tied into Auto paging and auto phone dialing features that will automatically notify operating personnel of a problem so that management or remote SCADA operators are informed in many cases a SCADA operator may have to acknowledge the alarm event this may deactivate some alarm indicators whereas other indicators remain active until the alarm conditions are cleared. let's look at some different industries that use a SCADA system SCADA systems are used to control and monitor physical processes examples of which are transmission of electricity transportation of gas and oil in pipelines.
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