Idea - FICS

CCPP Program

Team and Contact Details

Student Name School Degree Year Email
Saad RazaSMMEUndergraduateFourthsaadrza@gmail.com
Shafay Mehmood AlamSMMEUndergraduateFourthshafaymehmood@gmail.com
Syed Hamail Hussain ZaidiSMMEUndergraduateFourthhamail1067@gmail.com
Waleed AltafSMMEUndergraduateFourthwaleedaltaf58@gmail.com

Inter School Idea ? No
Do you need expertises from another area: No
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Idea Details

Idea Name: CCPP Program
Slogan: Finding innovation & Creative Solutions
Supervisor Name: Abdul Naeem Khan
Supervisor Designation: AP
Supervisor School: School of Mechancial and Manufacturing Engineering
Supervisor Department: Mechanical Engineering
Contact number: +923345210654
Email ID: naeemkhan@smme.nust.edu.pk
Abstract:
    The aim of this project is to design a program that can predict the output of a CCPP both for an Installed plant and a new installation design problem.
What is the unmet need in society that your idea will fulfill ?
    There is a necessaity for a user-friendly program that can present a CCPP in an easy to understand way. The program will be able to output the results in a visually pleasing GUI.
Who needs it ? How many would benefit ?
   Industrialists who have a working CCPP or they are looking to set up a new CCPP.
How will the solution works
    The program willl be coded on MATLAB and SimuLink. Other softwares might be used to present the results as well. Literature review is also important part of this project because Combined Cycle Power Plants are very complex and existing knowledge about their functioning and characteristics can be useful. The final program will require minimum inputs and will be able to display results at all states and all useful parameters.
Who are your competitors ? How is your solution different
    In the feild of CCPPs there aren't any programs that can be used to design a full fledged plant. Usually manufacturers of the plant provide a program that contols the parameters. Our program will give a more detailed and in-depth analysis of the plant.
Status: new
Entry Date & Time: 2020-12-21 (1837)