Esfahan Regional Electric News


The opening ceremony of the book "One Hundred Years of Esfahan Electricity Industry" was held

In the presence of Engineer Rasoul Musa Rezaei, Managing Director of Esfahan Regional Electric Company, Hojjatoleslam and Muslimeen Vasegh, Secretary of Cultural and Religious Affairs of the Ministry of Energy in Esfahan, CEOs of Electricity Distribution Companies of Esfahan province and Esfahan city and the group of people involved in preparing the book, the book was displayed in the meeting hall of Dr. Hesabi Bargh of EREC.

According to EREC Public Relations, Engineer Musa Rezaei, CEO of the company, said at the unveiling ceremony of the book: "This cultural work is the result of the efforts of colleagues and dignitaries who achieved this important goal with exemplary effort in nearly four years.

     Mr Musa Rezaei added: "The recording of events, happenings and history is very important, instructive, eloquent and sweet, and everyone has the right to know the history of their country's industry, and the history of the electricity industry in the country is no exception to this rule."

     Mr Musa Rezaei continued:" Due to the fact that finding documents, especially in the field of electricity is very difficult and time consuming, and given the importance of an expert team with the presence of veteran and experienced colleagues and a professor at the University of Esfahan, they could compile the book with great success."

     He acknowledged:" The collection of documents prepared in the field of history of Esfahan electricity industry, the summary of which is reflected in this book, is the product of the findings of this expert team over the past few years, which can be a very important reference for Esfahan electricity industry."

     Mr Musa Rezaei added: "The book includes 10 chapters with the following topics: History of electricity in the world, history of lighting supply and electricity industry in Iran, history of electricity industry in Esfahan province, introduction of Esfahan Regional Electric Company, history of electricity generation in Esfahan ( 1344-1397 ), Infrastructure projects for the transmission and distribution of electricity in Esfahan, electricity distribution in Esfahan, human resources and training in the electricity industry of Esfahan, Esfahan electricity industry and the formation of the Islamic Revolution and the honors of the Esfahan electricity industry."

     At the end of his speech, he expressed his hope that the book, which is in fact an irreplaceable treasure for Esfahan's electricity industry, could be used as a reference book on the history of Esfahan's electricity industry in the past one hundred years.

     In the continuation of this meeting, the producers and members of the expert team for the preparation of this cultural and historical collection mentioned the memories and events of the preparation of the book documents.

     At the end of the ceremony, the book was unveiled in the presence of guests and producers of this valuable cultural and historical work.

     It is worth mentioning that one hundred years of Isfahan electricity industry include: 10 chapters , 600 pages, and events of Esfahan electricity industry from the day of its creation until now, and in the first edition, 500 volumes of this exquisite book has been published

Testing the capacity of DC current supply batteries for the first time in Esfahan regional electricity

In order to increase the batteries life of Esfahan regional power stations, the battery capacity measurement test was successfully performed for the first time at Jahan 230 kV station.

According to Isfahan Regional Electricity Public Relations, Mohammad Ali Ataei, the manager of the Technical Office of Operation Deputy, said: "Battery capacity test is a test in which, by determining the capacity of damaged battery cells that have lost their nominal capacity, Damage to other healthy cells is prevented, thus increasing the life of healthy batteries and improving the performance of the DC system.

Mr. Ataei added: The batteries of the stations along with the relevant chargers are responsible for supplying DC power to the protection and control equipment of the power stations and play an important role in the reliability of the system.

The manager of the Transmission Technical Office described the test steps, which was performed in five stages on 110 V batteries (52 cells) of the 230 kV Naqsh Jahan station, including: disconnecting the desired battery pack from the mains, measuring the voltage of each cell, measuring the battery pack voltage, measuring of the internal impedance of each cell and the measuring of the electrolyte concentration of the cells per hour for the rated current drawn from it until the voltage of the battery set reaches the minimum allowable value, which was done according to the instructions of the network management company.

Mr. Ataei added: The mentioned batteries made by MUTLU of Turkey are of Wet lead-acid (VRLA) type with a nominal capacity of 600 ampere-hours (OPzS600), which was installed and commissioned in 1994.

In the end, it need to be said: the batteries of the stations are responsible for supplying DC power, especially during the complete power outage of the station, and for powering the protection relays, control relays and PLC systems. The standard output voltage of the batteries is 110 V and 48 V DC, and existence of DC current is a requirement for the operation of the substations.

تاریخ بروزرسانی: 1399/07/01
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