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Public-images-osm logo.svg power = plant
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説明
発電機によって電力を生産する場所。
グループ: 電力
適用できる要素
ノードに使用不可能ウェイに使用不可能領域に使用可能リレーションに使用可能
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状態:承認Page for proposal

発電所601-03-01)は、エネルギー(電気、利用可能な熱など)を生産する工業的な施設です。

このページでは、世界中のすべての発電所を、閉鎖型と分散型の2種類に分類してマッピングする方法を説明します。

閉鎖型の発電所

一般的な発電所の機能図

power=plant は発電所の敷地を囲む エリア としてタグ付けします(ふつうは囲いがされています)。以下の属性を使用することができます。

Key Value Comment Recommendation
power plant Defines this area as a power plant. mandatory
name Individual name The name by which the power plant is known. recommended
operator Operator Name of the company that operates the power plant. recommended
start_date Date (YYYY-MM-DD) Date when the construction was finished, using Wikipedia-16px.png ISO 8601. recommended
landuse industrial Apart of Wikipedia-16px.png wind farms, a power plant is an industrial facility. recommended if not already inside a bigger landuse=industrial, else optional
plant:output:* Rated output of the facility The rated output of the whole facility often available in operator public documentation. The tagging is consistent with generator:output=*: a co-generation plant would have for example plant:output:electricity=* and plant:output:steam=* keys. They accept numeric values or yes if the exact rating is unknown. recommended when using simple tagging
plant:source The primary fuels used in this plant The aggregate of fuels used by individual generators within the plant. Multiple fuels should be separated by semicolons (;). Example: plant:source=coal;gas recommended

In this case, spatial capabilities of the database would enable us to retrieve features which are inside the power plant's perimeter. According to the functional chart, we must find object tagged as power=generator + generator:plant=output inside and attributes must be defined consistently with power plant's ones.

Many other stuff (buildings, substations), introduced all along this proposal is recommended or optional.

We can compare the total rating of a power plant, specified in plant:output=* and addition of all the generator:output=* values of its generator members :

Please note that this comparison is made on two axis : The first by comparing all kind of output in both plant and generators (it's a problem to have a plant with yes whereas there is no generator with generator:output:electricity=* for instance). The second axis is on the amount of each kind of power made as above rules.

As discussed on mailing list, we mustn't try to bind stuff (like outside power station for instance) to an enclosed power plant if it is not in the power plant perimeter. We'd better to create two independent objects. More information here: http://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/tagging/2013-April/013321.html

In some situations power plant could expose two or more distinct perimeter. This can be mapped with JA:Relation:multipolygon リレーション and definitely fulfill the dispersed power plant model introduced below.

Plant area/perimeter

As discussed on tagging mailing list, power plants areas and perimeters would be pretty hard to map when many different operators share the same location on a generation site.

http://gis.19327.n5.nabble.com/Power-proposals-td5753173.html

A simple rule to make the distinguishing between operators is to create a separate area for each one. Two or more power plants would directly be created.

In general, only one company is operating a power plant so if two or more operators are present on a site, we could have two different power plants or two different components for power generation. In all cases we mustn't map it in a single one area. Each area will have different operator=* values and potentially as many name=*. The key point is still the ownership of the land occupied by the power plant.

Furthermore and often, room is reserved besides actual power plants for future extensions. This room should be concerned by the power plant area right now since it's fenced as the main production site.

Finally, JA:Relation:multipolygon リレーション doesn't match these operator consideration since operator distinguishing MUST be done.

分散型の発電所

Functional chart of a dispersed power plant
Lillgrund Wind Farm, Sweden

Wind, tidal and photovoltaic power plants may consist in a group of several turbines or solar panels in the same location used for production of electricity.
Each turbine or panel would be tagged as power=generator.
The land between generators may be used for agricultural or other purposes while it may correspond to the ocean's ground for tidal farms.
A wind/solar farm may also be located offshore instead of a tidal farm which is always located on the sea ground.
When there are several fenced areas around the power plants sites, Relation:multipolygon リレーション should be used.

Such a farm is tagged as a リレーション using type=site + power=plant. Computing of total farm rating is done by adding all the generator:output:* values of its generator members which are described with generator:plant=output (output generator, see Generator chapter for more information).

Way or Node Recurrence? Refers to Recommendation
ノード エリア リレーション 1 or more All (output or intermediate) power generators of the power plant. mandatory
エリア リレーション 0 or more All substations of the power plant. recommended

Please have a look to power=generator to know how to best describe each generating unit of the power plant.

このキーは利用したり理解したりするのが難しいかもしれません。以下の例を見れば、見かけより単純だということがわかるでしょう。

再生可能エネルギー

発電所 タグ付け 解説 OSM 参照
Verrerie solar power plant, France リレーション 南フランスにある、日が出たときに 24MW の電力を生み出す 34ha の太陽光発電所です。航空画像の助けを少し借りて、発電所は単純化のため太陽電池のグループとして描かれています。それぞれの太陽電池ごとに ノード を使うこともできますが、そうすると非常にマッピングに時間がかかります。


リレーションでは2つの閉じた策で囲まれた区域を示しており、すべての発電機や変圧器が電力網に接続されています。

リレーション 3501886

火力

Power plant Tagging Descritption OSM ref
Vaires-sur-marne combustion power plant, France ウェイ Waires-sur-Marne used to host a coal power plant which was decommissioned and then destroyed to reuse the site for cleaner combustion turbines.

Currently, 3 combustion turbines of 185 MW each feed the power 225 kV power grid in the Paris area.

Way 260698234

水力

Power plant Tagging Descritption OSM ref
Hoover Dam, Nevada, USA リレーション Boulder dam is a famous dam built in early 1900's next to Las Vegas, USA. The power plant is located just under the dam and conected to the Lake mead with huge penstocks digged in the surrounding bedrock. A substation collects the 19 generators power as to transmit to the power grid. The lake also allows authorities to feed nearby towns with fresh water.

Since each component isn't linked by a fenced perimeter, a relation is used to make this power plant alive in OSM.

Relation 1652352
Génissiat Dam, France ウェイ Genissiat dam is a run-of-the-river power plant relying on a big concrete structure to get a 23km long lake on the Rhone river. It is hosting 6 power generators inside the dam connected to penstocks and outlets ducts. The waterway corresponding to river is diverted in dedicated ways corresponding to penstocks intakes. Have a look to the map to get more information

As many major generator and plants in Europe, Genissiat EIC code is given with ref:EU:ENTSOE_EIC=*

Way 80667335
Roselend_Dam, France ウェイ Here is a wide electricity production site built in French Alps. Water is stored in a huge lake and goes through 60 km long tunnels ending into the La Bathie underground power plant.

The choice is made to bring all the stuff inside a unique relation instead of the single power plant cavern. The six francis tubrines are currently under maintenance to step up their output to 100 MW of electricity each. Power is sent to the power grid by the Albertville power substation.

Relation 4500049

原子力

Power plant Tagging Descritption OSM ref
Gravelines Nuclear power plant, France ウェイ Gravelines is the most powerful nuclear electricity generation site in France. 6 units can be found there, with 910 MW output each.

Nuclear reactors are splitted in two map features with power=generator on the building hosting the steam turbine. The dome hosting the most radioactive parts and the fission reaction can be described as a steam generator, only as a bonus since it's not the place which actually produce electricity, relatively to generator:plant=* The surrounding way carefully follow the fence all around the power plant. As many major generator and plants in Europe, Gravelines EIC code is given with ref:EU:ENTSOE_EIC=*

Way 85203514

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