In the harsh climate of the far north of Russia, procuring 22. 54 megawatts of heat to meet the needs for the disposal of liquid waste is
a challenge. LLC Neftekhimproekt Kosmos-Neft-Gaz was contracted by Pavel Leonidovich Popov to design a waste-burning facility that
includes three independent lines with a capacity of 1.5 tons per hour (2 workers, 1 reserve) with the corresponding certificates and permits.
LLC Neftekhimproekt Kosmos-Neft-Gaz used MicroStation, Bentley PlantSpace, Bentley PowerCivil, Structural Modeler, and TriForma
on this project. Information mobility permitted real-time tracking of changes in files of 3D models made by specialists from different
departments, which made it possible to accelerate the resolution of technical issues that arose during the design process.
In this KRW 3, 200 billion project, KEPCO E&C designed Samcheok Units 1 and 2 as part of the 1,000-megawatt, coal-fired power plant
in South Korea that employs – for the first time in the world – a combination of two 500-megawatt circulating fluidized bed boilers and
one 1,000-megawatt turbine using ultra-supercritical steam. KEPCO E&C designed the units for this eco-friendly power plant to promote
efficiency of the gas emission control system.
The traditional method of integrating cold-state (installed) piping geometry resulted in the non-detection of clashes. So for this project,
KEPCO E&C used AutoPIPE to detect piping clashes by thermal expansion. This was integrated along with cold-state piping and then
reviewed in Bentley Navigator to detect and resolve clashes with adjacent 3D components such as steel structures, cable trays, and piping.
KEPCO E&C | South Korea
Samcheok Green Power Units 1 and 2
Neftekhimproekt Kosmos-Neft-Gaz LLC | Voronezh, Russia
Workshop for Burning Liquid Waste
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