BCS Load hierarchy management
BCS® load hierarchy management is used to optimally plan the use of all heat generators in the heating (power) plant and guarantees optimum operation from an economic and ecological point of view.
The required heat output is distributed among the available heat generators, with prioritised (sustainable) generators contributing a correspondingly higher share of the energy quantity and thus increasing the overall efficiency. For example, the use of an ORC boiler can increase the green electricity output without forcing other boilers into annealing. With the BCS® LHM, several generators and consumers are controlled simultaneously, allowing complex heating networks to be decoupled.
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Further BCS Modules
- Firing rate control
- Buffer storage management
- District heat pump control
- 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