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AUTOMATION OF

BMS SYSTEM OF
BOILER USING
PLC LADDER LOGIC

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ABSTRACT
The problem of operation and safety posed by a Recovery Boiler is much
more than a conventional utility/Industrial Boiler. The Black Liquor
from Pulp Mill is acquired by Evaporator which is sent to Liquor Fired
Boiler.
Recovery Boiler is basically a chemical recovery process unit where the
organic material in the black liquor is burnt, while the sodium salt is
reduced and drained as molten smelt from the furnace bottom.
At the same time, Super Heated Steam which is the byproduct is utilized
for steam generation. Flue Gas is sent out through Chimney through I.D
Fan. The Green Liquor is sent to Causticizing Plant for Generation of
White Liquor.
The BMS System is a part of LIQUOR FIRED BOILER(LFB 5) of Soda
Recovery Plant. HoneyWell PLC is used to study the BMS System in
BOILER Plant..
In LFB5 the BMS system includes Primary, Secondary/Tertiary fans,
Liquor Guns, Oil Burner Valves, Induced Draft Fan, Electrostatic
Precipitator, Economizers, Steam/ Mud Drum, Furnace and Pumps to
circulate water .

In BMS system the Furnace is first Purged completely i.e., to flush the
Furnace with fresh air. In this duration of Purging (120ms) all valves
should be closed.
The BMS provides for the proper sequencing of equipment during the
normal startup operating and shut down procedures and provides for an
auxiliary fuel trip and/or an alarm during an adverse burner or unit
operating condition.

This is accomplished through the use of pre-wired logic and various


Interlocks.

The Industrial parameters like Temperature, Pressure, Flow, Level are


The Implementation section includes Level Control in a Reaction
Vessel which is performed using Siemens PLC.
In Level Control 4 Digital Inputs and 6 Digital Outputs are used. So ,
taking a prototype of Level Control, I try to use PLC to automate the
process.
Initially, the Liquid-1 is filled into Tank/Vessel using a pump via Inlet
valve-1. There are 3 levels namely Low, Medium, High. When Low and
Medium levels are reached Inlet valve-1 stops and Inlet valve-2 supplies
Liquid-2 until the High Level is reached.
Then Motor mixes both the Liquids for the specified time, the mixture is
drained out through Outlet valve.
Timing is to be maintained for running of Motor. Considering the PLC,
digital input is taken from limit switch.
The programming can be done by using various Simulation softwares
like
VERSAMAX
SIMATIC S7 etc.
JK PAPER MILLS PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAM
Raw materials Dust
Chipper House
Mixed Hard Wood
White Liquor
& Bamboo
Coal Handling
Digestor Causticizing Plant Plant
Weak
Black
Washing / Liquor Chemical
Evaporator
Screening Recovery Boiler
Steam
Oxygen Oxygen Steam
Generation Plant Delignification Power distribution for Turbo Generator Coal Fired
Process & Colony Set Boilers
Unbleached Pulp Steam
Storage DG Set Grid Power

Chlorine Dioxide Bleaching Process Plants


Plant (CD + EOP +D)
Bleached Pulp
Pulp Drying Plant
Storage

Stock Preparation

Coating
Rewinders Cutters
Plant

Paper Machines Rewinders Cutters Finishing House Sales Godown

Wills Cutter
Market
BAMBOO WHITE LIQUOR
&
WOOD

STEAM
Pulp to Paper
Process
WBL :16-18%

EVAPORATOR

LIME RECAUSTICIZING STEAM


CBL :55%-65% AREA
WWL
STEAM
SMELT

RECOVERY
BOILER
G/L
INTRODUCTI
ON
 BMS stands for ‘BURNER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM’.
It is a part of Liquor Fired Boiler in Soda Recovery
Section.
 The problem of operation and safety posed by a Recovery
Boiler is much more than a conventional utility/Industrial
Boiler.
 It is basically a chemical recovery process unit where the
organic material in the black liquor is burnt, while the
sodium salt is reduced and drained as molten smelt from
the furnace bottom. At the same time, the heat released is
utilized for steam generation.
 Though predominantly the heat for the process is obtained from
the burning of the black liquor, supplementary heat from oil
fired auxiliary fuel burners is required to start up the unit,
regulate the char bed , avoid blackouts and to augment
additional steam.

 Here we are using PLC Programming and developed Ladder


Logic for Inputs and Outputs. The inputs and Outputs are
Digital ones.

 The PLC used for BMS is HONEYWELL 620-35 PLC.


Software used is 620 WINLOADER Version 5.4 .
LIQUOR FIRED BOILER
SUPER HEATED/ DRY STEAM to TURBINE
SATURATED STEAM
SUPER HEATER
FLUE GAS
TO CHIMNEY

FLUE GAS ID
FURNACE ESP
FAN
PULP
WHITE
MILL LIQUOR
SMELT
DUST
WBL MUD
DISSOLVER WWL
ESP ASH TANK
STORAGE TANK
TANKS 87-95 DEG.C Na2SO4
PUMP G/L

SALT
CAUSTICIZING
CAKE
EVAPORATORS PLANT
MIXING TANK
THICK
BLACK LIQUOR

CBL
STORAGE TANKS SECONDARY INDIRECT HBL
HEATER HEATER
60-65 DEG.C
118 DEG.C 112 DEG.C 102 DEG.C
BMS SECTION
SUPER HEATED/ DRY STEAM to TURBINE
SATURATED STEAM
SUPER HEATER

S
T STEAM
E DRUM FLUE ESP ID
A GAS PLATES FAN
M

FLUE
HBL GAS
pump

SCMT
S
T
E
A
M
HAMMERS

FLUE
GAS DUST

pump ESP ASH


TANK
SA /
TA
FA
DAY N FEED WATER
OIL PUMP
TANK
PA
FA
N
FIRING
ZONE MUD
DRUM
IGNITOR
ECONOMIZERS
SPOUT
TANK

SMELT
THEORY
of
BMS
FEATURES
• The BMS provides for the proper sequencing of equipment
during the normal startup operating and shut down procedures
and provides for an Auxiliary fuel trip and/or an Alarm during
an adverse burner or unit operating condition.
• This is accomplished through the use of pre-wired logic and
various Interlocks.
• The BMS is a local-manual relay system.
• Starting burners are started and stopped locally from their
associated local switch boxes while the various header trip
valves are opened and closed remotely from associated Push
Buttons on BOILER CONTROL DESK(BCD).
BMS PANEL
BURNER
1

BURNE BURNE OIL GUN HEA HEA ATOMISIN ATOMISING BURNER BURNER SCAVENG SCAVENG FLAME FLAME SCANNER
R ON R ENGAGE IGNITOR IGNITOR G V/V V/V E E SCANNER
V/V SHOWS NO
OFF D ADVANCED RETRACTE V/V CLOSED OPENED CLOSED V/V V/V SHOWS FLAME FLAME
D OPENED OPENED CLOSED

BURNER
2

BURNE BURNE OIL GUN HEA HEA ATOMISIN ATOMISING BURNER BURNER SCAVENG SCAVENG FLAME FLAME SCANNER
R ON R ENGAGE IGNITOR IGNITOR G V/V V/V E E SCANNER
V/V SHOWS NO
OFF D ADVANCED RETRACTE V/V CLOSED OPENED CLOSED V/V V/V SHOWS FLAME FLAME
D OPENED OPENED CLOSED

BURNER
3

BURNE BURNE OIL GUN HEA HEA ATOMISIN ATOMISING BURNER BURNER SCAVENG SCAVENG FLAME FLAME SCANNER
R ON R ENGAGE IGNITOR IGNITOR G V/V V/V E E SCANNER
V/V SHOWS NO
OFF D ADVANCED RETRACTE V/V CLOSED OPENED CLOSED V/V V/V SHOWS FLAME FLAME
D OPENED OPENED CLOSED

BURNER
4

BURNE BURNE OIL GUN HEA HEA ATOMISIN ATOMISING BURNER BURNER SCAVENG SCAVENG FLAME FLAME SCANNER
R ON R ENGAGE IGNITOR IGNITOR G V/V V/V E E SCANNER
V/V SHOWS NO
OFF D ADVANCED RETRACTE V/V CLOSED OPENED CLOSED V/V V/V SHOWS FLAME FLAME
D OPENED OPENED CLOSED
BOILER EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY DRAIN & TRIP
TRIP
AUXILIARY AUXILIARY
FUEL TRIP FUEL TRIP
PUSH PUSH
BUTTON BUTTON

NO BOILER AUXILIA EMERGENCY


BOILER TRIP RY DRAIN &
TRIP FUEL TRIP NOT
TRIP ACTIVATED

ID SA/TA PA FAN BLACK ID FAN SA/TA PURGE START PURGE PURGE ALL ATOMIS ATOMISI
FAN FAN START LIQUOR RUNNING FAN READY PURGE IN COMPL EMERGEN ING NG
STAR STAR PERMI PUMP RUNNIN PUSH PROGR ETE CY DRAIN STEAM STEAM
T T T START G BUTTO ESS V/V S PRESS PRESSU
PER PERM PERMIT N CLOSED URE RE HIGH
MIT IT LOW

HO HO PRECIPITA PRECIPITAT FEED ALL AIR AIR DRUM DRUM FURNA FURNAC
PRESS TEMPE TOR OR WATER SCANNE FLOW FLOW LEVEL LEVEL CE E
URE RATUR OUTLET OUTLET SHUTOFF R <30% <30% VERY VERY PRESS PRESSU
LOW E TEMP. TEMP. SHOW LOW HIGH URE RE
VALVE
LOW >270 <270 DEG.C NO VERY VERY
CLOSED
DEG.C FLAME LOW HIGH

LAM OPE CLOS OPE STAR STOP START


CLOS STOP
P N E N T SCANNE
E SCANNE SCANN
TES HOT HOTV HOR SCAN R R
HORV ER
T V V NER FAN-B
FAN-A FAN-B
FAN-A
FUNCTION
• The following operations of the function are achieved in the
BMS.
• Boiler purge.
• Main oil header trip valve open/close operation.
• Ignitor oil header trip valve open/close operation.
• Auxiliary fuel burner ignitor ‘ON/OFF’ operation.
• Ignitor Flame scanning.
• Auxiliary fuel burner start/stop operation.
• Auxiliary fuel trip production.
• Emergency drain trip protection.
FURNACE PURGE
• Before any auxiliary fuel can be introduced in the unit(initial
or after an auxiliary fuel trip)a satisfactory furnace purge cycle
must first be completed. To start a furnace purge cycle,
proceed as follows:
• Establish an (I.D. Fan Start,Permissive)by completing all of
the following conditions.
• *1A. All Emergency drain valves are closed.
• *1B. Main oil header trip valve and ignitor trip valve closed.
• *1C. Feed Water shut off valve is open.
• 1D. Evaporator outlet temperature less than 525oF.
• 1E. Precipitator outlet temperature less than 525oF.
• (*) Conditions preceded by an asterish are not required once
the ID fan is running.
• 2. Place I.D. Fan in service.
• 3. Place the Fans in service.
• 4. Adjust the primary air flow to maintain a minimum of 30%
of full load air flow.
• 5. See that all of the starting and all of the load carrying burner
valves are fully closed.
• 6. Reset the boiler trip by depressing the BOILER TRIP
RESET Push Button.
• 7. When the purge ready light comes on indicating that all of
the purge requirements have been completed depress the
PURGE START PUSH BUTTON.
TRIP VALVE
OPERATION
MAIN OIL HEADER TRIP VALVE:
• Depressing the main oil header trip valve open push button
once the furnace purge is completed, will open the main oil
header trip valve.
• If the trip valve fails to open, check to see that,
• All burner valves closed.
• No auxiliary fuel trip exists.
• As the trip valve moves from fully closed position the ‘Main
Oil Header trip valve’ Open light comes on. When the trip
valve has been fully opened, the main oil header trip valve
closed light goes out. Once the trip valve is fully open, it will
be in ‘OPEN’ position.
OIL BURNER VALVE

STEAM

DAY
SCAVENGE V/V FURNACE

OIL

TAN
K HOBV
HEATE
R

HORV
FURNACE OIL PUMP PRESSURE HOTV PRESSURE OIL
3 WAY
CONTROL V/V CONTROL V/V
V/V
15.0 Kg/cm2 8.0 Kg/cm2
AUXILIARY FUEL TRIP
• Any one of the conditions below will cause an auxiliary fuel
trip to occur,and results in the immediate shutdown of all of
the auxiliary fuel in service and necessitates completion of
another furnace purge cycle before any auxiliary fuel firing
may be reinstated.
• Evaporator outlet temperature greater than 525oF.
• Precipitator outlet temperature greater than 525oF.
• I.D. Fan not in service.
• Fans not in service.
• Primary Air Flow less than 30% of full load of flow.
• Furnace pressure greater than +4”W.G.
• Ignitor oil pressure not within controlled limits.(75% to 125%
of full load pressure).
• Ignitor air pressure greater than 75% of full load pressure.
• Main oil pressure below 75% of full load pressure .
• Starting burner oil header pressure above 125% of full load
pressure.
• Load carrying burner oil pressure above 125% of full load
pressure.
• Recirculation selector switch not in OPERATE position.
• A Boiler trip condition exists.
• Either of the local auxiliary fuel trip push button depressed.
• Both of the auxiliary fuel trip push buttons on the BCD
depressed.
LIQUOR SPRAY GUN

ESP SALT CAKE

CBL
ESP DUST
TANK
Na2SO4

ESP
ASH PRESSUR
SCMT E INDIRE DIRE
TANK FLOW FURNA
CONTROL CT CT CE
V/V HEATE HEAT METE
CBL R ER R
PUMP HBL 102 DEG.C 112 DEG.C 118 DEG.C
ESP ASH HBL
ASH
TANK PUMP
PUMP
LEVEL
CONTROL
V/V
EMERGENCY DRAIN AND TRIP
• An emergency drain and trip procedure is initiated if water in
any amount is known to be entering the furnace and cannot be
stopped immediately or if any leaks external to the furnace
such as failure of gaskets, gage glasses etc.
• An emergency drain is initiated by simultaneously depressing
the two “Emergency Drain push button” on the BCD panel.
• An emergency drain trip initiates the following.
• *1. Auxiliary fuel trip.
• *2. Fan trip.
• 3. Closing of the feed water valve.
• 4. Opening of the emergency drain valve.
• * Conditions preceded by an asterisk are the same trip
inputs .
BOILER TRIP
• A boiler trip condition exists when both the boiler trip
push buttons on the BCD pane are depressed or when
emergency drain is initiated. A boiler trip initiates the
following.
• a. Auxiliary fuel trip.
• b. P.A,S.A/T.A Fan trip.
• c. Black liquor pump trip.
• Depressing the two emergency drain push buttons results in an
instantaneous boiler trip. The feed water supply valve will not close,
however, until the following conditions are also satisfied.
– All trip valves closed OR
– Ignitor trip valve closed and
• All oil scanner valves closed.
• The emergency drain valves should not open until the feed-water
valve is closed (This is an externally interlocked circuit).
Alarms

• The following alarm conditions will cause an annunciator alarm


to sound if the appropriate terminals on the BCD panel are
connected to the customers annunciators. The contacts are
normally open for the alarm conditions.
• Furnace pressure greater than +4”W.G.
• Air flow less than 30%.
• Ignitor oil pressure less than 75%.
• Ignitor air pressure less than 75%.
• Main oil pressure less than 75%.
• Starting Burner Oil pressure greater than 125%.
• Boiler trip.
• Auxiliary fuel trip.
• I.D. Fan not running.
• Fans not running.
• Precipitator outlet temperature greater than 525oF.
• Feedwater shut off valve not open.
• Emergency drain valves not closed.
• Evaporator outlet temperature greater than 525oF.
• Emergency drain and trip.
ECONOMIZER:
 In boilers, economizers are heat exchange devices that heat
fluids, usually water, up to but not normally beyond the
boiling point of that fluid.
 Economizers are so named because they can make use of the
enthalpy in fluid streams that are hot, but not hot enough to be
used in a boiler, thereby recovering more useful enthalpy and
improving the boiler's efficiency. They are a device fitted to a
boiler which saves energy by using the exhaust gases from the
boiler to preheat the cold water used to fill it (the feed water).
PLC used in BMS
• PLC used is TATA HONEYWELL.
• CPU : IPC 620-35.
• SOFTWARE : 620 WINLOADER,VERSION 5.4
• DC POWER SUPPLY
• DI’S : 26, DO’S : 25.
• INPUT : 110V/220V or 240V,5.5A Max.
• OUTPUT : 25V DC,20A.
• FREQUENCY : 50 HZ.
 PLC SPECIFICATIONS :-
• 32K EXPANDABLE MEMORY.
• PLC used is a Redundant System.
• I/O Handling Capacity : 2048 Real IO’s.
• Scan Rate : 50msec.
 The PLC used for BMS is HONEYWELL 620-35 PLC. Software used is 620
WINLOADER Version 5.4 .
 PLC consists of 5 Modules:
1) Memory module
2) Register module
3) System Control module
4) Processor module
5) I/O Control module.
 The PLC is Redundant type.
• Redundant system has Running mode and Standby mode
slots.
• If Running mode wont work then Standby mode is used by
PLC for functioning.
A Key is present in the PLC.
It has four modes:
1.Program
2.Disable
3.Run/Prog.
4.Run
LADDER LOGICS
NO BOILER AUXILLIARY HOTV AUXILLIARY PURGE PURGE
TRIP FUEL TRIP CLOSED FUEL TRIP COMPLETE READY

112 3065 2301 2302 2303 3043 160 368 557

3066

•The Condition for Purge Ready is satisfied when Boiler is in healthy


condition, AFT occurs due to pressure difference. Other interlocks are
Header Oil v/v should be closed and Purge Complete is kept active
low.
SA/TA FAN AIR FLOW PA FAN FURNACE FURNACE DRUM LEVEL DRUM LEVEL ID FAN ID FAN
RUNNING >30% RUNNING PRESSURE PRESSURE VERY LOW VERY HIGH START RUNNING
VERY LOW VERY HIGH PERMIT

3051 3048 3053 3032 3033 3049 3050 115 3052 2301

•The output coil 2301 is a flag and it is Energized when


Secondary/Tertiary Fan shall be running that supplies Air flow >
30% to Upper layer of Furnace, Primary Fan should also run that
supplies Air to Lower layer of Furnace.
•The Furnace Pressure and Drum level should be low and ID Fan
should start running for flue gas to be sent out.
B-1 SCANNER B-2 SCANNER B-3 SCANNER B-4 SCANNER B1-4 SCANNER
SHOW FILM SHOW FILM SHOW FILM SHOW FILM SHOW FILM

2302
3002 3007 3018 3023

•The Scanner Film is present at Furnace through which the level, flow
are monitored. So, the I/Ps should remain active low.
B-1 HOBV B-2 HOBV B-3 HOBV B-4 HOBV B1-4 HOBV
CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED

3001 3006 3017 3022 2303

•During Purge Ready initially the Furnace is Purged with fresh Air. So,
the Header Oil Burner v/vs B1-B4 should be closed.
INDUSTRIAL SPECIFICATIONS
• FURNACE TEMP. : 600deg.C(inlet),650deg.C
• FURNACE STEAM: 35TPH
• ECONOMISER TEMP. :
380deg.C(inlet) , 160deg.C(outlet)
• ESP TEMP. : 160deg.C(inlet),150deg.C(outlet)
• STEAM DRUM WATER LEVEL : 54%
• SUPER HEATED STEAM TEMP. : +/- 410 deg.C
• CHIMNEY TEMP. : 140 - 150 deg.C
• GREEN LIQUOR OUTLET : 1000 TPH/DAY
• STEAM PRESSURE O/L : 36kg/cm2
• STEAM TEMP. O/L : 410 – 415 deg.C
• STEAM FLOW O/L : 36 TPH.
IMPLEMENTATION
Level Control in a Reaction Vessel
PLC used in
LEVEL CONTROL
PLC WIRING
DIAGRAM
•The SIEMENS PLC specifications used for Level Control are :
•Software : STEP 7 LITE.
•MODEL : S7 300
•16 Digital Inputs
•4 Analog Inputs
•16 Digital Outputs
•9 Relay Outputs
•2 Analog Outputs
•Q1 : 24 V DC 0.5A MAX
•The Inputs and Outputs used in this project are Digital I/O ‘s only.
I0.0 I0.1 I0.2 I0.3 Q0.1 Q0.2 M3.1 M3.2 Q0.0

Q0.0 Q0.4
M3.0
M3.0
S
I0.0 I0.1 I0.2 I0.3 Q0.0 Q0.2 M3.1 M3.2 Q0.1
Q0.5

M3.0
I0.3 Q0.0 Q0.1 Q0.3 I0.0 R
M0.1
M0.1
M3.1
S
I0.0 M0.1 M0.5 M3.2 Q0.2

T1
M0.1 S_ODT M0.5
S Q

10s TV

M0.5 I0.1 I0.0 Q0.3

M3.2
M3.4

Q0.3 M3.1 M3.2


S

I0.0 I0.1 M3.2


R
M3.3
M3.3 M3.1
R
M3.4
EXPLANATION:
•In Rung-1 the Switch I0.0 is active high and remaining I/Ps are kept active low. The
O/Ps of v/v-1 and Pump-1 shall be active high (Q0.0 & Q0.4), a latch of O/P v/v-1is
given to I0.1 because if Chemical-1crosses I0.1 then I0.1 will become active high and
O/Ps shall become active low. So, latch is provided for O/Ps to remain active high.
•In Rung-2 I0.0, I0.1 & I0.2 shall remain active high and O/Ps of v/v-2 and Pump-2
shall be active high (Q0.1 Q0.4) as Chemical-1reaches Medium level, at same instant
Chemical-2 shall flow to the vessel and Chemical-1 cease to flow.
•In Rung-3 as Chemical-2 reaches I0.3 Chemical-2 cease to flow, when I0.3 is active
high then memory O/P of Motor M0.1 is set as M3.1,latch of M0.1 make Motor to run
continuously .
•In Rung-4 I0.0,M0.1are kept active low and O/P of Timer M0.5,memory O/P of Drain
v/v M3.2 are active low. When M0.5 becomes high Motor stops.
•In Rung-5 M0.1acts as I/P to ON-Delay Timer, when Timer is activated Agitator
mixes both Chemicals.M0.5 shall be On after 10 seconds Delay.
•In Rung-6 M0.5 shall be active high making Drain v/v Q0.6 to open with the
condition I0.1 be active high.M3.2 is set memory of Drain v/v Q0.6 .
•Finally in Rung-7 when processed Chemical falls below I0.1 Drain v/v closes and this
process continues until Start/Stop Switch is pressed.
•In Rung-8 memory M3.3 &M3.4 are given to M3.1 to become reset because if motor
stops in middle then manually processed Chemical is drained , if power comes then
motor resets
.
WORKING :

•Initially the Tank shall be Empty.


•When the Start Push Button is pressed the Pump-1 and Inlet v/v-1will
be ON i.e., Chemical-1 shall flow from Pump-1 to Tank.
•Chemical-1 reaches Minimum/Low Level then it reaches Medium
Level.
•As the Mid Level is reached Chemical-1 stops flowing from Pump-1
and Chemical-2 is supplied by Pump-2 via Inlet v/v-2.
•When Maximum/High Level is reached by Chemical -2 ,Pump-2 cease
to supply Chemical-2.
•Then Motor shall be ON for specified time for mixing of both the
Chemicals with Agitator that is connected to Motor.
•When Motor Stops the Outlet v/v will drain the processed Chemical
mixture Outside.
•This process continues until Stop Push Button is pressed.
APPLICATIONS :
•Used in Bottling plants.
•Used in Chemical Industries like Fertilizers, Drugs.
•Used in Paper, Cement Industries .
Conclusion:-
• The main theme of this Study project is Purging the
Furnace at initial stage and activating the Emergency Trip
and Drain valves during abnormal conditions while
continuous running of process.

• This project can be used for better functioning of Boiler


plant without any malfunctions by continuously
monitoring the Industrial parameters and protecting the
Boiler from destruction.
• PLC requires hardwiring only once and if there
is any change in wiring , we can easily change
it.
• Recovery department
• Power block department
• INSTRUMENTATION department
• JKPM Management

50
NO AUXILLIAR HOTV AUXILLIAR PURGE PURGE
BOILER Y FUEL CLOSE Y FUEL COMPLET READY
TRIP TRIP D TRIP E
112 306 230 230 230 304 160 368 557
5 1 2 3 3

306
6

SA/TA FAN AIR PA FAN FURNACE FURNACE DRUM DRUM ID FAN ID FAN
RUNNING FLOW RUNNIN PRESSURE PRESSURE LEVEL LEVEL START RUNNING
>30% G VERY LOW VERY HIGH VERY LOW VERY HIGH PERMIT

305 3048 3053 3032 3033 3049 3050 115 3052 2301
1

B-1 B-2 B-3 B-4 B1-4


SCANNER SCANNER SCANNER SCANNER SCANNER
SHOW FILM SHOW FILM SHOW FILM SHOW FILM SHOW FILM

2302
3002 300 301 3023
7 8

B-1 HOBV B-2 HOBV B-3 HOBV B-4 HOBV B1-4 HOBV
CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED

3001 300 301 3022 2303


6 7
Authorised By
SANTOSH BHARADWAJ REDDY
Email: help@matlabcodes.com
Engineeringpapers.blogspot.com
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