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Allcons Industry s.r.o.
In the Chinese province of Qinghai, near the city of Haixi, a complex of 23 multi-energy plants is being built, combining different technologies to generate energy from renewable resources. The complex comprises a 618.4 ft high tower of the 50-MW solar power plant whose support structure is expected to be completed in mid-2019.
The solar power plant uses a modern CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) technology, which enables the storage of thermal solar energy, thus ensuring continuous power generation even at night.
Due to the new technological demands, the investor Melamin d.d. Kočevje decided to replace the old steam boiler on fossil fuel (Đuro Đakovič, No. 5356) with the new one in the total power of 9.8 MW.
Structural design of steel and timber structures
Ingenieurbüro Georg Guter, Stetten, Germany
One of the most modern power stations for energy production based on renewable resources can be found in Schwendi, Southern Germany.
Following the design of the Milan architect Matteo Thun, an architecturally sophisticated framework consisting of reinforced concrete, steel and timber has been created.
Ingenieurbüro Jürgen Ehlenz
A new boiler house has been built for the biomass power plant in Berlin-Neukölln, Germany.
Engineering office Jürgen Ehlenz, the customer of Dlubal Software, was in charge of the structural analysis and design of the boiler house including the connection design.
Ing.-Office Ehlenz, Beckingen
The grate of the Berlin-Neukölln district heating power plant is a structure with high thermal stress.
The long-standing Dlubal customer, engineering office Jürgen Ehlenz from Beckingen, was responsible for the structural analysis of the grating scaffolding with grating wagon as well as for the construction and design of pipe displacements.
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The cyclone represents a gas purification system of Furnace A in metallurgical plant Belgo Mineira in Brazil.
The tangential cyclone is used for separation of dust and ash particles. It is designed for internal pressure of 1.9 bar (190 kN/2) and a temperature of 250 °C.
The A516 (60) material was used in compliance with the American standard ASTM (corresponds to P265GH according to EN 10028).
In addition to service loads, the analysis considers wind loads as well. Also the effects (forces and restraining end moments) of outgoing and incoming pipelines were taken into account.
KramerAlbrecht Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
The structure of cooling towers in Hambung, Germany, had to be recalculated to find possible capacity reserves due to current codes.
Kai Ollesch, Ulrich Körner, Robin Eckardt
Students at Dortmund University, Germany
P3 "Tower Constructions" Project
Academic Year 1997/98
Within the P3 Project "Tower Constructions", students of Dortmund University in Germany designed and analyzed a solar chimney power plant.