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Power Station Designation System ” KKS : ~ i ABB ABB Power Generation P » Itis absolutely essential for the parties participating in the construction and operation of a power plant to agree upon a standard system for the designation and classifi- ‘cation of the plant, its part and components. Due to the size of power plants and the fact thet the large number of parties participating are allin different locations, communication problems arise which can incur costs which cannotbe estimated in advance. $= Astandard designation system enables each party, irrespective of language and assignment, to identify uniformly and unambiguously, those parts of the plant within its responsiblity. The Power Station Designation ‘System KKS satisfies these requirements to adegree not previously attainabie, ‘The planners and operators of power stations employ a common, standard system for identifying installations, and parts thereof, with which the data required to plan, construct and operate power stations can be collected ‘and processed. This publication reviews the origin, development and application of the Power Station Des- ignation System KKS. Abbreviations used . AKS Plant Designation System KKS Power Station Designation System (Kraftwerk Kennzeichensystem) VDEW Association of German Powgt Stations ~ VGB Technical Association of Large Power Plant Y Operators DIN German industrial Standard) IEC International Electrotechnical Commission ISO Intemational Standard Organization Queries and suggestions to: ABB Kraftwerke AG, Mannheim (Germany) Dept. KW/TS ABE Kraftwerke AG, Baden (Switzerland) Dept. KW-ISN Introduction ‘The planning, construction and operation of power plants was based in the past on attempts to identify installations, and parts theraat, by means ot differing, incompatible systems. The result was a serias of opera- tions whose sequence was often irrational. Bearing in mind the scale of power plants being builtup to the early sixties, the Plant Designation Systam AKS could be regarded as adequate for he needs of plan ning and construction engineers at that time. Jn the meantime, the AKS has been adopted as the main system of identification in a umber of conven tional and nuclear plants. The operating companies also referred to the "VDEW Guidetne forthe identifica tion of Defects ard Down-Time in Thermal Power Piants* (VOEW component code), Increased unit sizes, higher rates of automation, and further developments in power-plant technology, cou- pled with the demands made on classification system- ates by power plant operators, all called for a uniform ‘and total solution of the classification problem. ‘Aworking party, consisting of planners, operating com- panies, authorized inspectors and other authorities, ‘was set up in 1970 with the task of finding such a solution, ‘The result ofthis joint efforts the Power Station Desig- nation System KKS. This drans clear divisions between power plant installations and systems, and takes full, account of the needs of manufacturers, operators, inspectors and other authorities as well as the technical requirements of the mechanical engineering, process engineering, ciel engineering, and electrical and control enginegring sectors. Areas of application are: = Planning and project engineering = Ucensing = Erection = Acceptance = Commissioning — Documentation Operation and Supervision = Maintenance ~ Spares and replacement parts = Detect statistics = Plant aocounts ~ Plant budgeting and cost contot ‘The Power Station Designation System (KKS) was published in 1978 (1. editlon) by the VGB in the form of & KKS handbook — KKS Guidelines for application = KKS Code Which is now the basis for the designation of installa tions and subsystems in power plants, Since this time the KKS has been further developed by the VGB Technical Committee on Technical Classitica- tion Systems. Current members of the technical committee are: ~ Asea Brown Boveri Krattwarke AG, Germany and Switzerland - BEWAG Betfiner Kratt und Licht AG ~ Deutsche Babcock GmbH = Donaukratt AG, Austria ~ ELSAMPROJEKT, Danmark = Energie-Versorgung Schwaben AG — EPZ, Netherlands ~ ESKOM, Republic of South Africa ~ E.D.BR. Fachverband Damptkessel-, Behalter- und. Rohreitungan e.V. = GABO mbH GRS Gesellschaft {Or Reaktorsicherheit mbH MAN Energie = Mannesmann, Hartmann & Braun AG = OPS, Netherlands ~ RWE Energie AG = Siemens AG, Bereich KWU Standerdkesse/Lentjes-Fasel = STEAG AG — VOMA Verband Deutscher Maschinen und Anlagenbau e.V. ~ VEAG Vereinigte Elektrizitatswerke AG ~ VEW Vereinigte Elektrizitatswerke Westfalen AG ‘The description was improved and the key-parts were extendet in the 2, revised edition 1983. The KKS-user experience have shown, that a sepera~ tion is Sencefit in ~KKS-guidelines, =KS-application commentaries. ‘This was realized in the 3, revised edition 1988 and the application commentaries as a additional expedient was produced for the users, In the 4. revised edition 1991 further corrections and ‘completions have been addled. KKS takes account of other relevant standards such as IEC, 1SO, ete., and its principles are laid down in DIN 40749, part 2 ot DIN 6779, part 1. The purpose of this publication is to summarize the structure, contents and application of the KKS. lustra- tions of the structure, and the code section of the VGB. ‘book without definitions (in the Appendix), are used to describe the system. Attention! ‘This publication is only @ short information (VGB— edition 1994). It can only be used for DECODING and not for encoding!

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