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  1. forum rang 10 voda 8 september 2022 08:09
    Siemens to Digitalize Nissan Production Lines for Ariya EV

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    8 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am

    Leading supplier in the field of automation and industrial software Siemens is cooperating with Nissan to build production lines for the new all-electric crossover Nissan Ariya at the company’s plant in Tochigi in Japan. Both companies build on their long-standing cooperation. Nissan had already been using the Siemens Digital Industries software portfolio to optimize design and production. End-to-end digital threads enable Nissan to connect a wide variety of sources of information across product lifecycle management platforms.

    The system architecture of Nissan's newly developed electric powertrain aims to standardize the processing and assembly of the powertrain. It includes Siemens’ safety PLC Simatic S7-1500, ET200SP distributed I/ O module as Siemens One Single Solution. Profinet creates end-to-end communication from the field to the management level, and the engineering framework TIA Portal has also fully integrated all automation devices. This enables complete access to the entire digitalized automation process, from digital planning to integrated engineering and transparent operation. More intelligent automobiles require more and high-performing Electronic Control Units in the vehicle, as is the case in the new Nissan Ariya.

    The Siemens diagnostic commissioning system Sidis Pro, which has already been deployed in many automobile companies around the world, is implemented at Nissan’s new production line for data writing into ECU and verifying automotive electric components. Sidis Pro is the advanced vehicle diagnosis and inspection data management system that provides optimal support for inspection processes to enable quality of car production. Sidis Pro manages a wide range of data with server functions, contributing to the digitization of production lines. It enables maximum flexibility in automotive production as it is easily modifiable depends on the production plan, and the changes can be adapted quickly. The same software can be used for different applications, enabling system standardization and ensuring that fewer resources perform for more tasks even at other production sites.
  2. forum rang 10 voda 13 september 2022 07:20
    Siemens Enhances Intelligent Valve with Glycol Capability

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    13 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am

    Siemens Smart Infrastructure has enhanced its Intelligent Valve with new glycol capability. As a result, the valve can now be used in hydronic circuits with ethylene glycol-based antifreeze. The glycol option substantially increases the range of use cases for the Intelligent Valve: It extends the application range to hydronic circuits that are exposed to ambient temperatures below 0°C during standstill. Example applications include coils in air handling units (AHUs) or recoolers of chiller plants. With the new capability, the required burst protection can be provided without sacrificing the well-known benefits of Intelligent Valve such as energy transparency, pressure-independent flow control or optimized Delta T).

    Thanks to the newly integrated dynamic control change-over function, a heat exchanger can be dispensed within the assembly of AHUs. Intelligent Valve has two different parameter sets: one for heating, and one for cooling. This allows ideal operation in cost-effective and space-saving applications like combined coils in AHUs or combined distributions. With its new control function for changeover applications, the Intelligent Valve automatically detects whether it is in heating or cooling mode and optimizes quantities such as volume flow or ?T. This change-over function saves engineering time and investment costs at the automation level. The new function allows ventilation centers to be optimized, AHUs to be downsized, and ultimately space to be saved that can be used for other purposes.
  3. forum rang 10 voda 15 september 2022 07:35
    Siemens to Build Low Emission Power Supply in Italy

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    15 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am

    Siemens Energy will build a state-of-the-art combined cycle power plant on a turnkey basis in Ostiglia in Lombardy. The plant will make a significant contribution to reducing CO2 emissions in Italy, thanks to its high efficiency and low CO2 emissions compared with coal- or older gas-fired power plants. It will also be capable of reliably balancing the fluctuating feed-in from renewables like wind and solar power plants to the grid. The project is being executed in a consortium with Italian engineering, procurement, and construction companies Fata and Demont. The utility EP Produzione is owner and operator of the plant.

    The power plant will use the HL-class gas turbine technology from Siemens Energy. Thanks to its state-of-the-art efficiency, this technology enables maximum utilization of natural gas and a high degree of flexibility in operation. The unit is designed to be fired with up to 30 percent hydrogen in addition to natural gas in the future. The installed electrical output will be 880 megawatts, which is sufficient to supply more than half a million Italian households with electricity. Completion is scheduled for spring 2025.

    Thanks to an air-cooled condenser, it’s not necessary to draw water from the nearby River Po to cool the power plant. This is a significant benefit for the local environment and an important factor for the reliable operation of the plant. In addition to the ACC, state of the art nitrogen oxide emission levels (below 10 mg/Nm3), and a broad, flexible operating range accompanied by minimized fuel consumption ensure that the new power plant in Ostiglia sets benchmarks with regards to sustainability and environmental protection.

    The power plant is designed as a multi-shaft unit with the gas and steam turbines each driving their own generator. Siemens Energy's scope of supply includes an SGT5-9000HL gas turbine, an SGen5-3000W gas turbine generator, an SST5-5000 steam turbine, an SGen5-1200A steam turbine generator, a heat-recovery steam generator, and the T3000 control system. The company will also provide long-term services for the plant’s core components.
  4. forum rang 10 voda 19 september 2022 08:00
    Siemens & Deutsche Bahn Test Hydrogen Train & Fueling Station

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    19 Sep, 2022, 7:12 am

    Hydrogen trains are a particularly climate-friendly drive technology since they operate emission-free with green hydrogen and emit only water vapor. Siemens Mobility and Deutsche Bahn presented the H2goesRail project to the public in November 2020. In addition to the refueling and commissioning tests conducted over recent months, DB employees have been trained to operate the system when it enters service. The Mireo Plus H developed for the H2goesRail project has a range of up to 800 kilometers, is as powerful as its electric multiple-unit counterpart, has 1.7 MW of traction power providing up to 1.1 meters per second acceleration, and a top speed of 160 kilometers per hour.

    One key factor needed to make hydrogen technology competitive with diesel fuel in daily operation is a fast refueling process. To provide this, DB has developed a new method that, for the first time, enables a hydrogen train to be refueled as fast as a diesel-powered train. This is especially important considering the closely timed scheduling of DB’s regional passenger service. Hydrogen for the trains will be produced in Tübingen by DB Energy with green electricity taken directly from the overhead power line.

    On the route between Tübingen and Pforzheim, for example, switching from diesel to the H2goesRail project train will save around 330 tons of CO2 emissions a year. In general, and depending on the route, the Mireo Plus H can save 520 tons of emissions per year (calculated on a total mileage of 200,000 kilometers). The Mireo Plus H will begin test runs in Baden-Württemberg in 2023. As of 2024, it will be underway in regular passenger service for the H2goesRail project, operating between Tübingen, Horb and Pforzheim and replacing a diesel railcar currently in use on that route.

    The joint funding project is officially called “H2goesRail”. The Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport BMDV is funding the project with over EUR 13 million through the National Innovation Program for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology NIP 2. NIP 2 is coordinated by NOW (National Organization for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology) GmbH and is being implemented by project lead Jülich. For the project’s one-year trial operation, Siemens has developed a two-car regional train using a next-generation hydrogen drive system. The train operates with two propulsion systems, each consisting of a fuel cell and a lithium-ion battery. The Mireo Plus H is as powerful as an electric multiple-unit train and has a range of up to 800 kilometers – depending on operating conditions such as season or route. A three-car variant has a range of up to 1,000 kilometers. Thanks to its reduced maintenance and repair costs, the train has low lifecycle costs. The Mireo Plus H has a top speed of 160 kilometers an hour.

    DB has developed, tested and optimized the related hydrogen infrastructure. Hydrogen is produced by electrolysis at the DB maintenance depot in Tübingen using green electricity taken directly from the overhead power line. In the electrolyzer, water is split into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity. After being compressed, the hydrogen is kept in a mobile storage unit. Prior to the refueling procedure, the green fuel is processed and cooled. The mobile system will enable DB to conduct further test projects on non-electrified rail routes. he train is refueled with hydrogen in an innovative procedure that, for the first time, takes no longer than tanking a diesel train. This is an especially important factor considering that DB’s commuter and regional trains operate on closely timed schedules. Thanks to this fast refueling process, hydrogen technology will be economically competitive with the diesel fuel currently in use.
  5. forum rang 10 voda 19 september 2022 08:09
    Siemens Mobility to Supply 65 Locomotives to Akiem

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    19 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am

    Leasing rolling stock specialist Akiem has ordered 65 Vectron AC and Vectron MS locomotives from Siemens Mobility. The order was placed as part of a framework agreement for the purchase of locomotives that was signed in December 2021. The first locomotives from this call are to be delivered in mid-2024. Akiem previously ordered 20 Vectron locomotives from Siemens Mobility last December.

    The ordered locomotives have a maximum power of 6.4 megawatts and can be delivered with a top speed of either 200 or 230 kilometers per hour. They can be used for cross-border freight transport as well as fast passenger service in many European countries.

    Akiem is a leading European provider of services to rail operators, manufacturers and local authorities. The company offers a fleet of 620 locomotives and more than 160 passenger units as well as solutions covering the entire rolling stock value chain. Akiem has over 80 customers and is present in 21 European countries. The majority of its 220 staff members are based in France, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Hungary, Poland and the United Kingdom. Akiem is owned by TLP (SNCF Participations) and Eurotraction, an investment fund managed by DWS, an international asset manager that focuses on infrastructure.

    To date, Siemens Mobility has sold more than 1,500 Vectron locomotives to 62 customers in 16 countries, and the fleet has covered over 600 million kilometers in service. Locomotives based on the Vectron platform have been approved for operation in 20 European countries.
  6. forum rang 10 voda 20 september 2022 08:40
    Siemens Mobility to Retrofit Dutch Railways ViRM Fleet with ETCS

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    20 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am

    Siemens Mobility has been awarded a contract by NS Group the Dutch Railways, to retrofit 176 ViRM trains with the latest European Train Control System Level 2 technology. With the ETCS Level 2 upgrade, the fleet will be able to operate with a greater degree of efficiency for the remainder of its lifetime, while also meeting the latest European standards for rail safety interoperability. Siemens Mobility will provide the ETCS onboard unit equipment and installation support, as well as seven years of maintenance services for the system. The retrofitted vehicles will be delivered in the period 2023–2027.

    This is the first major contract award of rolling stock ETCS upgrade in the Netherlands and is part of a comprehensive Dutch program to retrofit its existing rolling stock fleet with the latest train control technology. NS and Siemens Mobility view this initial project award as a long-term and collaborative partnership, which will ensure a smooth transition from the existing train control system to ETCS. The new system will also simplify future upgrades to the next ETCS versions according to TSI standards (Technical Specifications for Interoperability).

    With its decision to opt for ETCS, Europe has paved the way for futureproof, cross-border rail traffic. Promoted by political leaders and driven by railway operators and leading providers such as Siemens, a network of ETCS-equipped lines is being created within Europe and beyond. In parallel to new construction projects, many railway companies are refitting their railway vehicles and fleets with ETCS onboard solutions. As one of the ETCS pioneers, Siemens Mobility has already implemented retrofit projects in several countries, including Switzerland, Great Britain, Spain, and Belgium.
  7. forum rang 10 voda 23 september 2022 07:16
    Siemens & Shell Sign MoU to Advance Hydrogen Energy Solutions

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    23 Sep, 2022, 6:59 am

    Siemens Smart Infrastructure and Shell Global Solutions International have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on developing low-carbon and highly efficient energy solutions that support the energy transition. The agreement will focus on projects that produce green hydrogen for industrial applications at Shell and its customers, as well as enhancing collaboration in the areas of biofuels and circular chemistry. Under the MoU, Siemens and Shell will create solutions that increase energy efficiency and generate sustainable power, consisting of, but not limited to, digitalization, efficient networks, and the production, distribution, and application of green hydrogen.

    The partnership, inked with Siemens’ Electrification and Automation business unit, has the potential to strengthen synergies for both parties. While Siemens intends to work with Shell to accelerate the latter’s transition towards net-zero operations, Shell seeks to supply Siemens and its affiliates with low carbon products that reduce emissions across the supply chain, in Siemens’ operations, and in the use phase of Siemens products, consisting of but not limited to supply of biofuels.

    The MoU stems from this relationship and from working together on several projects since 2010. One of the key milestones advancing green hydrogen is the recently announced construction of Shell’s Holland Hydrogen 1 project on the Maasvlakte in Rotterdam. With a capacity of 200 megawatts and 60 tons of hydrogen per day, HH1 is planned to be one of the largest green hydrogen production plants in the world and the biggest in Europe. Siemens’ Electrification and Automation business plays an important role in the project’s planning, construction, and execution, as the power distribution and substation automation supplier. It will also be involved in the operation of the plant, which is scheduled to go on-line in 2025, through a servicing contract. The plant will produce hydrogen using electricity generated by wind turbines in the North Sea.
  8. forum rang 10 voda 23 september 2022 07:19
    Siemens Commissions Wunsiedel Hydrogen in Germany

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    23 Sep, 2022, 7:01 am

    Germany’s largest green hydrogen generation plant at Wunsiedel in Upper Franconia has been commissioned by Siemens. Up to 1,350 tonnes of green hydrogen can now be generated annually from renewable solar and wind power in the Wunsiedel Energy Park. Hydrogen is generated by an electrolyzer, with a total capacity of 8.75 megawatts, from Siemens Energy’s latest and most powerful product line. The “Silyzer 300” is based on proton exchange membrane technology, which is optimally suited for operation with renewable energies.

    The hydrogen will be used primarily in the region’s industrial and commercial enterprises, but also in road transport. With this amount of hydrogen, 400 40-ton hydrogen-powered trucks could, assuming a regional distance of 150 kilometers per day, drive for an entire year without emitting any CO2. By using the hydrogen generated in Wunsiedel and the related replacement of fossil fuels, annual CO2 emissions can be cut by up to 13,500 tons.

    The hydrogen will be distributed by truck trailers on a decentralized basis to end customers mainly within a radius of around 150 to 200 kilometers (Northern Bavaria, Thuringia, Southern Saxony and Western Bohemia). In addition, following the construction of an H2 filling station at the Wunsiedel Energy Park, scheduled for completion in 2023, the regional fleet of commercial vehicles can be decarbonized.

    As general contractor, Siemens Smart Infrastructure was responsible for the construction of the hydrogen plant and the creation of an intelligently monitored and controlled power grid.
  9. forum rang 10 voda 27 september 2022 06:39
    Siemens Gamesa komt met recyclebare windmolenwieken voor onshore turbines
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    De wieken van windmolens zijn lastig te recyclen. Daarom brengt windturbinefabrikant Siemens Gamesa een nieuw recyclebaar ontwerp op de markt voor onshore windmolens

    © Aangeboden door Change Inc.

    De bladen van windmolens zijn lastig te recyclen

    Windenergie is een van de snelstgroeiende vormen van duurzame energie. Het aantal windmolens is de afgelopen decennia wereldwijd sterk toegenomen. Met een gemiddelde levensduur van twintig jaar, zullen de komende tijd duizenden windmolens over de hele wereld afgebroken worden. Volgens WindEurope, de Europese branche-organisatie voor windenergiebedrijven moeten alleen volgend jaar al zo’n 14.000 windmolenwieken vervangen worden.

    Lastig recyclebaar
    En dat is een uitdaging. Want hoewel het grootste deel van de molen (85 procent) gerecycled kan worden, is dat voor wieken lastiger. De bladen bestaan uit een mix van materialen zoals glasvezel, koolstofvezel en hars die moeilijk van elkaar te scheiden zijn. Daardoor eindigen windmolenwieken veelal op vuilstortplaatsen.

    Het recyclen van die oude bladen is een topprioriteit voor windmolenfabrikanten. Daarnaast is het van belang om dit probleem in de toekomst te voorkomen. Windmolenfabrikant Siemens Gamesa komt daarom met een nieuw ontwerp voor de bladen van windmolens. Die maken het mogelijk om ook de wieken te recyclen.

    Recyclebare windmolenwieken
    Siemens Gamesa zet daarmee een volgende stap richting het doel om bladen van al zijn windmolens recyclebaar te maken in 2030. Eerder kwam het bedrijf al met recyclebare wieken voor windmolens op zee. Energiebedrijf Vattenfall kocht een aantal van dit type voor zijn windmolenpark Hollandse Kust Zuid. In 2040 wil Siemens Gamesa al zijn windmolens 100 procent recyclebaar hebben.

    En dat is goed nieuws. Want windturbines, en ook de bladen, worden steeds groter. Bovendien neemt het aantal windmolens dat we op land en op zee installeren exponentieel toe. Als we die niet kunnen hergebruiken of recyclen betekent dat een flinke berg afval: zo’n 2,2 miljoen ton aan afgedankte wieken in 2050.
  10. forum rang 10 voda 28 september 2022 08:47
    Siemens Gamesa to Expand Offshore Nacelle Plant in Taiwan

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    27 Sep, 2022, 1:19 pm

    Siemens Gamesa has broken ground on a massive expansion of its successful offshore nacelle facility in Taichung in Taiwan. The Siemens Gamesa offshore nacelle plant in Taichung is the largest production facility of its kind in Taiwan. The expansion will more than triple the plot area up to 90,000 square meters and more than triple the number of Siemens Gamesa people working locally. Among new elements, the expansion will broaden the production scope, creating two new production halls and a new warehouse on the extended plot.

    In a continuous production flow, the new factory setup will have dedicated production lines for hub assembly, nacelle backend assembly, and final nacelle assembly including generator-related work. Assembly of SG 14-222 DD offshore turbine nacelles is planned to begin in the second quarter of calendar year 2024.

    The large production depth opens up a compelling opportunity for a vast range of Taiwanese suppliers to feed more than 10,000 components directly to the factory. With a substantial annual production capacity, the factory is intended to deliver locally made nacelles for the 1,044 MW Hai Long offshore wind power projects, future projects from Taiwan’s Round 3 offshore wind power auctions, and other projects in the Asia-Pacific region.
  11. forum rang 10 voda 3 oktober 2022 08:22
    Siemens Energy Supplies Control System for Offshore Wind Farm

    Strategic Research Institute
    Published on :
    3 Oct, 2022, 6:01 am

    Siemens Energy is supplying its control system to an offshore wind farm for the first time. The system which has already been established in conventional power plants, will be the brain of the 900-megawatt EnBW He Dreiht wind farm being built approximately 90 kilometers northwest of the German North Sea coast off the island of Borkum. Along with the control technology for switchgear and secondary systems, Siemens Energy is supplying the central IT network, including cybersecurity solutions, and has also signed a long-term service agreement with EnBW.

    The Omnivise T3000 SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system is a higher-level control system that integrates the automation of switchgear and many secondary systems and also establishes the interface to the wind farm controller. This integrated solution for the wind farm enables EnBW to respond quickly to changes in power demand so that the facility can produce electricity flexibly. Omnivise T3000 is certified under the IEC 62443 cybersecurity standard, one of the leading standards for IT security. It also includes the IT infrastructure for connecting the secondary systems according to the German BSI Kritis regulation.

    To guarantee reliable operation under all environmental conditions as well as conformity with maritime electrical engineering standards, Siemens Energy will use components that meet the special requirements of the offshore sector.

    The cybersecurity solution will ensure that the plant meets the legal requirements for critical infrastructure. Due to its size, the He Dreiht offshore wind farm is subject to special guidelines from the Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (German Federal Office for Information Security).

    The offshore wind farm is expected to begin operation in 2025. Siemens Energy received an order back in August 2020 from the grid operator TenneT to supply the high-voltage direct-current transmission technology. This system ensures the low-loss transmission of power to shore.

    During the wind farm’s minimum operating period of 25 years, Siemens Energy will support the operator EnBW with automation components, software solutions, and cybersecurity. The corresponding service activities will ensure that the control system continues to operate smoothly over the long term.
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