:: Home Page            
 Advertise your Business Here     
Browse  |   Placement Papers  |   Company  |   Code Snippets  |   Certifications  |   Visa Questions
Post Question  |   Post Answer  |   My Panel  |   Search  |   Articles  |   Topics  |   ERRORS new
   Refer this Site  Refer This Site to Your Friends  Site Map  Bookmark this Site  Set it as your HomePage  Contact Us     Login  |  Sign Up                      
Categories >> Engineering >> Electrical Engineering


 Civil Engineering interview questions  Civil Engineering Interview Questions (3076)
 Mechanical Engineering interview questions  Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions (3289)
 Electrical Engineering interview questions  Electrical Engineering Interview Questions (13328)
 Electronics Communications interview questions  Electronics Communications Interview Questions (2363)
 Chemical Engineering interview questions  Chemical Engineering Interview Questions (416)
 Aeronautical Engineering interview questions  Aeronautical Engineering Interview Questions (77)
 Bio Engineering interview questions  Bio Engineering Interview Questions (17)
 Metallurgy interview questions  Metallurgy Interview Questions (79)
 Industrial Engineering interview questions  Industrial Engineering Interview Questions (163)
 Instrumentation interview questions  Instrumentation Interview Questions (2378)
 Automobile Engineering interview questions  Automobile Engineering Interview Questions (106)
 Mechatronics Engineering interview questions  Mechatronics Engineering Interview Questions (38)
 Marine Engineering interview questions  Marine Engineering Interview Questions (43)
 Power Plant Engineering interview questions  Power Plant Engineering Interview Questions (77)
 Engineering AllOther interview questions  Engineering AllOther Interview Questions (1196)
thermal power station operation in general
 Question Submitted By :: Electrical-Engineering
I also faced this Question!!     Answer Posted By  
# 1
Thermal power plant is basically based on "Modified Renkin
Cycle". In Thermal p/p we convert heat energy into mech
work & then convert it into electricl energy.
Is This Answer Correct ?    127 Yes 15 No
Tameshwar Singh
# 2
it is based on coal.
it is operation work in recycle.
Is This Answer Correct ?    116 Yes 32 No
# 3
The water is obtained in the boiler and the coal is burnt
so that steam is obtained this steam is allowed to hit the
turbine , the turrbine which is coupled with the generator
generates electricity ...
Is This Answer Correct ?    82 Yes 6 No
# 4
station which generates electric power from thermal energy
is called thermal power station. produce thermal power coal
and other fuel are used.
Is This Answer Correct ?    59 Yes 17 No
Kishor Mahale
# 5
the thermal power station is based on modified rankine
cycle, where the coal burnt in the boiler to produce the
vapour by water..In boiler water heated to supersaturated
pointed where it in imposed on turbine by a nozzle .. the
nozzle is used to produce high velocity of steam to run the
impulse turbine .. with turbine a generator is combine
which is generate the electricity ..which is transport
through by wire....bur before transformation of electricity
a step up transformer is used to step high potential of
electricity ......
Is This Answer Correct ?    48 Yes 10 No
Gaurav Srivastava
# 6
in thermal power station the main aim is we need to heat
the water which contains in boiler to get high velocity
steam.for that in boiler below to that coal will be burning
always... by eating of coal, water will get heated and
converted into steam...with high such a steam
will be appiled to turbine gets rotated..the
generator that is prime mover of turbine,also gets we get electrical power from thermal power
for achieving above we need lot of physical arrangemnts
such that...economiser,steam tubes,boiler,coal,water.....
Is This Answer Correct ?    34 Yes 3 No
# 7
In thermal power stations coal is burned in a vessel called
Boiler and the Boiler is made up of number of tubes through
which water circulates continously. And this water converts
in to steam, this steam is allowed to passed through the
blades of turbine. this turbine roatates Generator by
fixing generator and turbine on a common shaft the
generator rotates and E>M>F will be induced and as
faraday's law current will be generated.
Is This Answer Correct ?    32 Yes 9 No
# 8
It basicallly operates on rankine cycle.In this system we
convert heat energy to mechanical energy and mechanical
energy to electrical energy. It is regenerative process.
Is This Answer Correct ?    15 Yes 4 No
# 9
actually thermal power plant working media is coal. the
steam converted in mechanical work. thereafter using the
turbine mechanical work is converted into electrical work.
this is a cyclic process
Is This Answer Correct ?    12 Yes 1 No
# 10
tell me about water treatment 
Is This Answer Correct ?    9 Yes 0 No
K S Chary

Other Electrical Engineering Interview Questions
  Question Asked @ Answers
how the fan is switched off immediately switching off the switch?   2
what is the difference between starter and control panel..?   4
how we can calculate cable size for any load & any type of cable material ?   1
how we protect the motor & what are the components required for that ?   2
why we used.c source in the field of the alternator , why not a.c source.   1
what is the voltage equation of 240/12 v transformer??   1
1 HP = how many Kva   5
I have calculated load for an office building which is 1200 KW as all the load is single phase therefore its 1200 kw single phase. Now i have to design Transformer and Generator for this load Please kindly give me exact answer that how much capacity of Three Phase Transformer and Three Phase Generator is required for this load.   1
working principle of generators? Adani 4
advantages & Disadvantages of Solar power system?   2
Why Drives are used to run AC motors?   3
1.what is bus cuplour and main funtions. 2.what is main function of alternator. many types of dg oils.   10
For more Electrical Engineering Interview Questions Click Here 

Copyright Policy  |  Terms of Service  |  Articles  |  Site Map  |  RSS Site Map  |  Contact Us
Copyright 2013  All Rights Reserved.   ::