Our Unique Specialty
Simulator at NPTI Delhi provide a unique opportunity for its students to experience a full range of operation and stress situations in an integrated mode of Unit Operation. This state-of-the-art Simulator facilitie improves the reflex operational skills of Shift Charge Engineers, Unit Controllers, Operators and fresh engineers being inducted into Operation and fine-tune their skills in Operational emergencies together with tremendous integrated Unit experience, exposure and understanding of normal operations viz., Cold, warm & Hot Start up processes as well.
The behavior of various Power System elements for different loading conditions can be studied in the Simulator. Time tagged or manual events can be introduced on-line into the Simulator during exercises. Protection schemes could be implemented with the help of voltage relays, frequency relays, rate of change of frequency relays, over current relays etc. The actual system occurrences can be Simulated and saved as save cases. Hence, it is a comprehensive training tool for training of Power System and Load Despatch operations.
Actual plant operations that can be performed after simulator training:
Based on a real plant
We acknowledge that thermal power plant training must be based upon real installations, therefore our thermal power plant simulator is modelled on 210 MW unit of NTPC Badarpur power plant.The plant is fuelled with coal.
Utilising real thermal power plant operation as the basis for simulation provides our customers with a strong foundation on which to base the training of their personnel, ensuring that their operational procedures and practices will enhance the plant economical efficiency and safety measures.
The main purpose of the Thermal Power Plant simulator is to train and assess operators in general plant operation, including training in plant start-up and shut-down, supervision, monitoring and control during normal, emergency situations and in safety procedures. In addition the simulator can be used as a powerful tool for engineers and plant management to verify process design and control strategies prior to start-up of a plant as well as investigation and testing of operational problems that are normally not allowable under real plant normal operating conditions.