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Hydroelectric Governor Control
PLCs and related questions. topic
Posted by KM on 29 May, 2002 - 5:43 am
I have been tasked with designing a PLC based governor control system. I would like to identify code examples (AB or GE Fanuc would be best) that implement the relevant control, including droop, for this type of application. Also any back up info which explains governor operation, typical implementation, etc. would be great. I am looking for real-world application specific data to help me build a progam. Thanks for your help!


Posted by Dave on 29 May, 2002 - 10:08 am
Have a look on the Woodward web site at "www.woodward.com":http://www.woodward.com . Here you can find the required information on how governors work. There is also a paper on the use of PLC's as governor controls.

How this is some help.
Regards


Posted by Devesh on 29 May, 2002 - 2:34 pm
Dear KM,
Kindly provide me data and all. and also the turbine you want to control. Thru PLC it is very much possible. Right now i don't have any such application code.But it cud be developed.

Devesh
deveshyadav@hotmail.com


Posted by Bruce on 19 May, 2003 - 10:54 am
I would also like to install a PLC based governor. If you were sucessful in obtaining code could you please forward it to me.

Thank you

bruce.wylie@trustpower.co.nz

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