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阿尔斯通为阿富汗喀布尔电厂维修燃气涡轮

2007年04月26日 18:00:00 中国传动网

2002年到2003年间,在高优先级世界银行贷款项目中,阿尔斯通在喀布尔使一个停产了十年的发电厂又重新恢复生产。2007年2月阿富汗经济部长Mohammad Jalil Shams参防了阿尔斯通瑞士公司,讨论进一步对电厂的两个GT9D型燃气涡轮提供服务,于3月中旬签署了服务合同,合同包括检查和各种复原工作。 阿富汗国家电网被连年的战争严重的损坏了,仅能发出小于10%的电能。目前的努力主要关注在通过复原现存的电力设施试应对当前的对电的需要。下一步我们需要尽快解决的是与国家谋划发展相连接。 Shams对阿尔斯通说,阿富汗政府及相关国际组织已经制定了一个宏伟目标——到2010年,实现城市65%、农村25%面积的稳定供电 喀布尔电力短缺 在塔利班政权倒台五年后,喀布尔仅6%城市与电网相连接。城市每天有电的时间仅为3小时或4小时,电供应相当的不规律,人们无法正常使用。 许多城市中心的店主都拥有发电机,自己发电以备每天必须的照明、电脑或复印使用。到处都是烟尘和电缆产生的噪音,整个喀布尔市郊地区没有一点电。几万喀布尔居民在2006年忍受了没有电风扇电冰箱的酷热夏天,又忍受了没有热水和热气的冬天。 影响喀布尔电力短缺的直接原因是双重的:被损坏了的电力设施无法修复和日益增长的电力需求。 三个水力发电所和阿尔斯通两个GT9D型燃气涡轮的44MW发电厂可为整个城市提供最基本的供电。当全部投入运营后约发电254MW能够为80万人口提供电供应。 于1985年完工的阿尔斯通44MW发电厂由两个GT9D燃气涡轮组成,每个的发电能力是22MW,发电厂位于喀布尔Khair Khana区,可以满足城市超过峰值30%的电供应量,涡轮机还能够再运行15年。 original text [COLOR=#708090]Alstom to service two gas turbines in Kabul, Afghanistan In 2002/2003, in a high priority World Bank financed project, Alstom rehabilitated a power plant in northwest Kabul after it had been shut down for ten years. In February 2007 Afghanistan’s Minister of Economy Dr. Mohammad Jalil Shams visited Alstom Switzerland to discuss further service work on the plant’s two type GT9D gas turbines. In mid-March a contract was signed that includes inspections & various rehabilitation work. Afghanistan’s power grid has been severely damaged by years of war, and less than 10 percent of its population has access to electricity. Current efforts are focussed on simply trying to deal with today’s pressing needs by rehabilitating existing electrical infrastructure and buying new capacity. And much more will be needed very soon to match the country’s planned development. Dr. Shams told Alstom that by 2010 the Afghan government has set itself and the international community the ambitious goal of delivering reliable power to 65% of urban and 25% of rural areas. Power shortages in Kabul Just 6% of the capital Kabul is connected to the grid five years after the Taliban regime was toppled. The city sometimes receives only three or four hours per day of power, and electricity comes on at irregular times and cannot be relied upon. Most shopkeepers in the city centre have a generator cranking out the necessary power to run lights, computers or copiers. Everywhere there is smoke and noise with cables snaking across footpaths. But entire districts of the poor outskirts of Kabul have no electricity. In 2006 tens of thousands of Kabul households endured a sweltering summer without fans or refrigerators and a high-altitude winter without hot water or heat. The immediate causes of Kabul’s power shortage are two-fold; a battered urban infrastructure and dramatically increased electricity demand. Three hydroelectric power dams and Alstom’s 44MW power plant with two GT9D gas turbines provide baseload power to the city. This represents an installed capacity, when fully operational, of approximately 254MW - fit for around 800,000 people. Alstom’s role Completed in 1985, Alstom’s 44MW power plant consists of two GT9D gas turbines - each having a capacity of around 22MW. The plant, located in Kabul’s Khair Khana district, can potentially provide up to 30% of the city’s peak electricity requirements, and the client wants the turbines to run for at least another 15 years.[/COLOR]
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