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OPTIMIZE THE PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN GAS SEPARATION STATIONS (DEGASSING STATION DS ) AND ELECTRICAL SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS OF OIL EQUIPMENT FOR OIL RUMAILA FIELD

https://doi.org/10.30724/1998-9903-2019-21-1-2-141-145

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Annotation: There are various types of electrical equipment used in the extraction of oil at the Rumaila field, with an average voltage of 11 kV and a low voltage of 0.4 kV. The most common elements in this class are transformers and reactors, engines and gas discharge lamps. All of this equipment consumes reactive power and reduces the value of the power factor. (Power factor is the ratio of kW to kVA). The closer the power factor to the maximum possible value of 1, the greater the benefit for the consumer and supplier. In case of low power factor, the current will be increased, and this high current will lead to (large line losses, an increase in the nominal total power of kVA and overhaul dimensions of electrical equipment, deterioration in voltage regulation process and an increase in voltage drop, a decrease in efficiency).
Power factor improvement allows the use of smaller transformers, switchgear and cables, etc. as well as reducing power losses and voltage drop in an installation. Improving the power factor of an installation requires a bank of capacitors which acts as a source of reactive energy. These arrangements provide reactive energy compensation. In Rumila, An improvement of the power factor of an installation presents several technical and economic advantages, notably in the reduction of electricity bills, we save (685.854.007 Iraqi Dinar= 550.000 $) for one month . All this work takes 6 to 12 month.

Об авторах

Majid Abdulhameed Abdulhy Al-Ali
Rumaila Operating Organization
Ирак
Majid Abdulhameed Abdulhy Al-Ali – Rumaila Operating Organization, Basra, Iraq.


V. Yu. Kornilov
Kazan State Power Engineering University
Россия

Vladimir Yu Kornilov – Kazan State Power Engineering University

Kazan



A. G. Gorodnov
Kazan National Research Technical University named after A. N. Tupolev - KAI
Россия

Anton G. Gorodnov – Kazan National Research Technical University named after A. N. Tupolev - KAI

Kazan



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Abdulhy Al-Ali M.A., Kornilov V.Y., Gorodnov A.G. OPTIMIZE THE PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN GAS SEPARATION STATIONS (DEGASSING STATION DS ) AND ELECTRICAL SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS OF OIL EQUIPMENT FOR OIL RUMAILA FIELD. Известия высших учебных заведений. ПРОБЛЕМЫ ЭНЕРГЕТИКИ. 2019;21(1-2):141-145. https://doi.org/10.30724/1998-9903-2019-21-1-2-141-145

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Abdulhy Al-Ali M.A., Kornilov V.Y., Gorodnov A.G. OPTIMIZE THE PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN GAS SEPARATION STATIONS (DEGASSING STATION DS ) AND ELECTRICAL SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS OF OIL EQUIPMENT FOR OIL RUMAILA FIELD. Power engineering: research, equipment, technology. 2019;21(1-2):141-145. https://doi.org/10.30724/1998-9903-2019-21-1-2-141-145

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