Technical Features

 

GROSS CAPACITY 660 MW, Super Critical, (SINGLE UNIT) FIRST PHASE TO BE FOLLOWED BY ANOTHER 660 MW IN SECOND PHASE
AUXILIARY CONSUMPTION 6.0%
NET CAPACITY 620.4 MW– FIRST PHASE
HEAT RATE- GROSS 2204 K.CAL/KWH
STEAM GENERATOR– SINGLE PULVERISED COAL, ONCE THROUGH TWO- PASS DESIGN, RADIANT, SINGLE REHEAT, BALANCED DRAFT, SEMI-OUTDOOR TYPE. SG WILL BE RATED TO DELIVER 2078 T/HR OF SUPERHEATED STEAM AT 245.6 BAR (A), 567°C WITH FEED WATER AT A TEMPERATURE OF 298.6°C AT THE ECONOMISER INLET. THE REHEAT STEAM TEMPERATURE WOULD BE 593°C
TURBINE– SINGLE SINGLE SHAFT, MULTI CYLINDER 3000 RPM TURBINE WITH WATER COOLED CONDENSER , ASSOCIATED REGENERATIVE EQUIPMENT FOR MAXIMISING THE EFFICENCY .

 

FUEL LINKAGE & HANDLING SYSTEM

• It has been proposed to receive the coal at an established Port– New Mangalore Port Trust, near Mangalore.

• From Mangalore port- coal would be transhipped to the Plant boundary through Mangalore- Hassan Railway network.

COAL HANDLING SYSTEM

• The daily requirement of coal for the 1×660 MW units for Imported coal would be 7128 tonnes at 100 % MCR.

• Coal will be received in the plant by rail wagons.

• On an average 2.2 rakes will be needed everyday- hence including bunching, 3.3 rakes every day has been proposed.

• The nearest railway station for this plant is Hassan which is about 10 km away.

• The rail line for this new plant can be looped from Mangalore- Hassan line.

WATER SYSTEM

 

Source of water From Sriramdevara Anicut in the downstream of Gorur dam built across river Hemavathy.
Distance from the power plant site Location of water intake point has been identified approximately at the distance of 22 km from the site.
Method of drawal Through suitable intake structure & pumping system.
Average daily quantity of Water required for 1×660 MW 46800 m3/day.
Type of cooling system used Closed cooling system with Induced Draft Cooling Tower.

 

PROJECT CONNECTIVITY
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ENVIRONMENT CLEARANCES & PRESS NOTICES

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