Projects implemented to date by the specialists of Teploelektroproekt JSC at AVEVA Plant:
Kurgan CHPP-2, "Construction of 2 steam-gas plants with a total capacity of 220 MW" (Russian Federation, Kurgan);
"Model project to improve energy efficiency through highly efficient gas turbine cogeneration technology at the Tashkent CHP", a joint project of NEDO (Japan) and SJSC Uzbekenergo RUz (Uzbekistan, Tashkent);
"Expansion of the open boiler group of the CHPP with the installation of an additional 4 boilers"
CHPP of OJSC "Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Plant" Reconstruction of CHP. Installation of a boiler type E-75-3.9-440GM st. N5 (Uzbekistan, Almalyk);
Construction of an electric boiler house in Samarkand (Uzbekistan)
Currently, the institute is transitioning from AVEVA Plant 12.0 to AVEVA Plant 12.1, which allows using additional internal program tools, namely, an improved reporting mechanism, an increase in system performance and speed, an updated interface, more perfect integration between applications.
The new version of the AVEVA Plant 12.1 system uses an improved graphical user interface that provides the necessary integration between different applications. The system has become more functional, as users have the opportunity to create report templates using the Report Designer application, supplement reports with images and tables. These diagrams are much easier to understand and use in presentations. In addition, users have access to a standard equipment catalog, and can also repeatedly use existing models of complex equipment, either in full or in part.
Thus, labor costs are significantly reduced.
In the updated version, the AVEVA Engineering application has appeared, which allows you to develop a base of engineering characteristics for the designed object (pipeline, equipment element, etc.). Moreover, work on an object can be carried out by several specialists from different departments at once, when each of them edits the characteristics for which one or another engineering discipline is responsible. This approach allows you to work on a single element.