Prediction Model of Control Valve Characteristics

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Control valves are generally present whenever fluid flow regulation is required. The control valve reliability is critical to the control quality and safety of a plant. An improved dynamic and static valve behaviour would have a major impact on the process output. In order to assess the dynamic performance of the control valve, a computer model of an electro-hydraulic control valve is developed. And the control valve characteristics are investigated through the use of mathematical simulations of the control valve dynamic performance. The results show that the electro-hydraulic driven control valve, which is developed to regulate the mixed-gas pressure in combined cycle power plant, can meet the challenge of the gas turbine.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 605-607)

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Pengcheng Wang, Xiangdong Liu and Yongquan Han

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1345-1349

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Y. D. Xie et al., "Prediction Model of Control Valve Characteristics", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 605-607, pp. 1345-1349, 2013

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December 2012

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