Designing 100TPH Pilot Coal Handling Plant

[Chetan B. Gawande, Vivek Padole] Volume 2: Issue 3, Sept. 2015, pp 98 - 100
Abstract— Many utility systems in the world have power plants operating with fossil fuel. In the thermal power plants maximum requirements of fuel is a coal. The handling of this fuel is a great job. To handle the fuel, i.e., coal, each power station is equipped with a coal handling plant. The fundamental goal for the design of a crushing plant is an installation that meets the required production requirements, operates at competitive cost, complies with today’s tough environmental regulations, and can be built at a reasonable price despite the rising costs of equipment, energy and construction labor.
This paper represents Designing of such Coal Handling Plant having capacity of 100 tonnes per hour of Output material after Crushing and Screening i.e. crushed coal of high calorific value.

Index Terms Coal handling plant, Designing, tonnes per hour, Crushing, Screening, power station.
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