If there is a load sharing module in use at your site there should be an instruction manual for it available on site, or you could get the module part number and visit the manufacturer's website to download an instruction manual.
If you still have questions, you need to tell us what the load sharing module manufacturer and part number is and we can try to answer your specific question(s).
thank u very much u for replyingmorsy san,
There are many types of load sharing modules for different purposes.
For power generation applications load sharing might refer to kW or MW load sharing or reactive load sharing (usually VAr's).
The concept of load sharing is that operators should be relieved of monitoring the loads of multiple (two or more) generator-sets (generators and their prime movers) and maintaining desired loads on these genders by using automation to do the work of operators. The modules can be programmed to maintain desired load setpoints on gen-sets to achieve a desired load split (”sharing”) on the various gen-sets.
For example, a site might have three gen-sets providing power to a nearby process plant (cement plant; petro-chemical plant; refinery; etc.) AND exporting some power across a utility tie. The desired operation might be to respond to load changes in the nearby process plant (as large motors and equipment are started and stopped) while maintaining a stable export to the utility grid. Further, one of the gen-sets is a particularly efficient machine and so it is desired to keep it operating at full load as much as possible while using the other gen-sets to respond to process plant load needs and keep a stable export to the utility grid. Operators can do this, but it might mean keeping an eye on several meters at once and a hand on a mouse to change loads as necessary. (But, this interferes with reading the local newspaper or surfing the World Wide Web or eating biryani without interruption.) So, a load sharing module can be used to accomplish the desired load responses ("sharing") allowing the operators to keep up with local and current affairs, search the World Wide Web for fishing gear, and enjoy their frequent meals and snacks without the interruption of maintaining load, letting the automation do it for them.
Hope that helps! I think some manufacturers, Woodward Governor Co. being one of them, have published some case studies of different applications of their load sharing modules which might be of interest to you. I tried to find a link to one or a group of them but their website has changed since I last visited.
You asked, "...how could it help me?" What problem are you trying to solve?
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