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UK POWERNEWS


DECEMBER ‐ JANUARY 2017


SUMMER 2016 PROMOTING STANDBY POWER & COGENERATION


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Pages 18


- FULL BASE EVACUATION STILL IMMINENT


A growing crack in the ice near an important scientific research station has initiated a contingency plan to mothball the facility over winter.


The Halley VI is a


British Antarctic Survey (BAS) research station which is based at the Brunt Ice Shelf, in an area of Antarctica claimed by Britain.


The site is currently home to a team of scientists, engineers and a colony of penguins.


Despite towing all the base modules to a new location, a new crevasse - ‘Halloween Crack’ - could potentially cut off the research centre if it breaks away from the main island.


The British Antarctic Survey has announced it will evacuate all its researchers from the Halley VI base at the start of the Antarctic


EJ Bowman Heat Exchanger.


winter for safety reasons - effectively abandoning the base. The base is currently powered by four generators sets installed by the contractor Galliford Try in 2012. These have been fitted with vital heat exchangers provided by the UK specialists, EJ Bowman Ltd. The Bowman heat exchangers are a vital part of the CHP


system which


supplies energy for space heating, hot water, lighting, ventilation & electrical power.


A new crack is being monitored at the Brunt Ice Shelf and it has been decided to remove all personnel while the problem is studied.


UK POWER NEWS - DECEMBER - JANUARY 2017


Designed by Westac Power, a CHP system on the HALLEY VI base makes use of waste heat to warm the modules and melt snow to provide water. Bowman heat exchangers capture the waste heat from the engines exhaust and cooling systems which would otherwise to the atmosphere. The process allows the CHP system to provide heating and hot water at no additional cost in terms of fuel usage or emissions to the environment. The heat exchangers are so efficient they can reclaim up to 60% of all lost heat from the engines, enabling a diesel- powered genset to achieve efficiencies of up to 90%. The estimated fuel demand for the HALLEY VI complex is 240 cubic metres of fuel per year so reducing energy consumption & emissions is a crucial part of the power system. Heat exchangers reduce fuel consumption and help station efficiency.


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ANTARCTIC BASE SAVED FROM GROWING ICE CREVASSE


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