Assessment of Remaining Useful Life of Power Plant Steam Generators – a Standardized Industrial Application

Ulrich Kunze and Stefan Raab
Submission Type: 
Full Paper
Supporting Agencies (optional): 
Siemens AG – Energy Sector
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The Web based condition monitoring and diagnostic system “Boiler Fatigue Monitoring” enables on-line assessment of cumulative boiler creep and low cycle fatigue according to the European standard EN 12952-3/4 issued in 2001.
The application is employed as autonomous module as well as fully integrated into the Siemens process control system SPPA-T3000 and is becoming more and more a standard part of the power plant instrumentation and control (I&C).
The Fatigue Monitoring System (FMS) is a standard industrial application for both, new built power plants and retrofits of existing units of any kind. The system is not limited to Siemens I&C systems, it is possible to integrate FMS also into power plants with I&C systems of other suppliers. FMS is also capable for calculating the remaining lifetime for boilers designed according to the American standard ASME VIII-2.

Publication Year: 
2012
Publication Volume: 
3
Publication Control Number: 
003
Page Count: 
9
Submission Keywords: 
RUL
Steam Generator
power plant
prognostics
fatigue
applications: industrial
Submission Topic Areas: 
Industrial applications
Standards and methodologies
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