BCS District heat pump control
The BCS district heat pump control is an intelligent solution package for biomass CHP plants in district heating networks to operate district heat pumps in the optimal efficiency field while minimising network losses and electricity costs.
In order to always operate the network pumps at the optimum efficiency level between guaranteed heat supply and maximum energy efficiency, all available information from the district heating network and the pumps is used in the BCS module FWP. Furthermore, the efficiency map of the pumps in use is stored as a model. This expands the controller by an essential function, with which intelligent pump management is possible in addition to bad-point control on pressure difference. The minimal heat losses achieved in this way guarantee maximum economic efficiency in the heat supply.
The system can also be used in large district heating networks with several pump stations, as these can communicate with each other and thus react simultaneously to pressure differences in the district heating network.
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Further BCS Modules
- Firing rate control
- Buffer storage management
- Load hierarchy management
- Peak load boiler control
- Steam extraction control
- Optimisation of biomass heating (power) plants
- Bad point control
- Project Norske Skog
- Deployment in Korea – Remote into the future