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HYDRO-POWER ENGINEERING


Hydro Power Plants

Rakurs is a leader on the Russian hydro power plant automation system market. Rakurs offers end-to-end HPP power generation and distribution process automation. It includes facility survey, design, software engineering, manufacturing and assembly, installation and commissioning, training, warranty and aftersales service. 
  • HPP process automation scope: 
  • plant-level power generation, distribution and consumption systems
  • HPP basic facilities
  • auxiliary subsystems.


Rakurs HPP CAPCS Competitive Edge: 

  • Extensive experience in HPP CAPCS implementation at many hydro power plants in Russia and other countries: 
 
  • Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP
  • Mainsk HPP
  • Krasnoyarsk HPP
  • Zeyskaya HPP
  • Zagorskaya PSPP
  • Sangtuda HPP
  • Novosibirsk HPP
  • Baksanskaya HPP
  • Balimela HPP (India)
  • Se San 3 HPP (Vietnam) 
  • Zaramagskaya HPP 
  • Krivoporozhskaya HPP
  • Sheksninskaya HPP
  • Tolmachevskaya HPP
  • Vuoksinskaya HPP
  • Gissarak HPP (Uzbekistan)
  • Volkhov HPP
  • Shikapa HPP (Angola)
  • Kapanda HPP (Angola), etc.
 

  • We are an official engineering partner of many global leading instrumentation component manufacturers (Valmet, Siemens, Omron, Schneider Electric). This fact emphasizes our in-depth hardware and software knowledge, and competence.
  • We also deliver complete local systems: you do not have to buy the entire solution
  • Proprietary software enables system-to-system interaction with international standard protocols, and the operation of higher level SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition)
  • Remote maintenance available. We use conventional Internet connections. For safety data are encrypted and a dedicated VPN server is used.
  • The HPP CAPCS hardware and software have an open architecture. The software from Rakurs is compliant with IEC 63111-3 international standard that facilitates integration with equipment from other vendors.
  • For efficient and high quality engineering we have introduced ISO 9001:2008 international quality standards. In 2006 the company was awarded the Russian Government’s Excellent Quality Award.
A Comprehensive HPP CAPCS from Rakurs can perform: 

Information processing 
Process variable monitoring including temperature and vibrations
  • Accident detection
  • Alarm control and escalation
  • Electric power generation and consumption metering
  • Flexible online and history data processing and visualization
  • Data logging and reporting
  • Data exchange with a top level control system
Control
Hydroelectric set process instrumentation
  • Collective active and reactive power control
  • Optimal generator pool control
  • Generator excitation control
  • Automated water gate control
  • Flow control
  • Emergency control and alarm handling.

The HPP CAPCS architecture is a two-tier distributed system. There are “plant-level” (top) and “equipment” (bottom) control levels. They are a perfect match of advanced programmable logic controllers (PLC), computers, and network devices.

The Plant Control Level (Top) Includes:
  • Collective HPP power control
  • Generator pool control
  • Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)

The Equipment (Bottom) Control Level Includes: 
  • Hydroelectric set control system
  • Electrical equipment control system
  • Intake channel control system
 

The Plant Control Level (Top) Provides:
  • automated process variable maintenance to fully utilize the water flow energy and HPP power. 
  • Process and equipment status information is communicated to the personnel to maintain the specified process parameters.
  • Remove equipment control (Startup, shutdown, changing modes, active and reactive power control). 
  • Primary circuit switch, breaker, alarm, auxiliary power main and busbar switch status monitoring.
  • Operational and technological communication  between the HPP CAPCS software and hardware complexes.

The Equipment Control Level (Bottom) Provides:
  • safe operation of the primary and secondary hydroelectric sets.
  • Equipment monitoring and fault protection.
  • Hydroelectric set and power generation control with low manual input.
  • Compliance with industry regulations in terms of primary and secondary frequency control.