Bali Refuse Incineration Plant
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  Steam turbine generator
Steam turbine generator

Heat energy recovery is realized by utilizing the heat generated from refuse burning to heat up the water in boiler that generates superheated steam for turbine propulsion.

The basic theory of turbine generator is that turbine blades are driven by the steam and thus through a reduction gear set the turbine rotor is rotated at a required rpm (revolution per minute) that drives the alternator to generate electric power.

  Power generation set
Power generation set

As shown in the right figure, the orange-colored portion indicates the main power generation set of this plant; the driving force of turbine through a reduction gear set rotates the alternate rotor which cuts the magnetic flux from stator and generates electric power.

At boiler full load condition the main generator can produce power of about 35 MW; if the capacity of emergency generator set is also included, total power generation amounts to an even higher figure of about 41 MW.

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