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IEEE 2777-2021

IEEE Recommended Practice for Operation of 300 MW to 600 MW Pulverized Coal-Fired Boiler

General technical recommended practice for operation of pulverized coal-fired boilers in power plants is provided, including start-up, shutdown, operation and maintenance, and emergency and failure detection/handling/prevention. In this document, a boiler with existing single units with a capacity of 300 MW to 600 MW in thermal power plants, where pulverized coal is combusted to generate electricity and/or to supply heat, is discussed. Development of boiler operation code as a reference to determine detailed operation steps and/or procedures for a particular boiler in the plant is outlined. The specifications of manufacturers, successful experiences from practice, and stipulations defined in other related high-level standards/regulations/codes are also considered.

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IEEE SA Board of Governors
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BOG/CAG - Corporate Advisory Group
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Boilers - Electricity-generating Boilers WG
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Meng Zhao
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Yiying Tong

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