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PNA Power Network Architecture
The Power Network Architecture is compatible and fully comparable to the switch over from mainframes to pc's in the IT industry. Most of that power generation was delivered by individual microprocessors (single, networked or arrayed) thereby leaving the specialised tasks like number crunching or big data to the mainframes where their high tech specialised capability and economy of scale pays off. Standards, distribution and network/internet connectivity were the key words in this transformation that took place in less then 5 years.

PNA is formally described in physical and logical units. The physical units refer to the release level of the individual components while the logical units refer to interfacing, connectivity and operating/monitoring functions. All releases as such are the technical spec's of the power generating configurations in their respective coherence conform the function/form criteria.


PU#

Physical Unit description

release level


LU#

Logical Unit description

release level

1

steam generation, prototype

1.3

1

flow-single line-HMBD

1.0

1.1

steam generation, 1MW

design

2

monitoring & control

2.1

2.1

expander, 1 MW

2.1.1

3

operating & measuring

3.0

3

gear box, mechanical

design

4

connectivity

4.0

3.1

gear box, electric/magnetic

3.1

5

safety

5.0

4

generator

4.1

6

testing

6.0

5

piping/wiring

design

7

maintenance

7.0

6

power electronics

standard

8

upgrade/update

8.0

7

auxiliary

standard

8

housing, framing

8.1

DYNOFLEX
Dynoflex is the control and monitoring system consisting of standard interfaces, connectivity and management tools that within a complex of STGen 1MW modules allows for dynamically adjusting capacity to DEMAND in multiples of 1MW.

 
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