CT516 – (GE) Mk-V Gas Turbine Controls

CT516 – (GE) Mk-V Gas Turbine Controls

5 days - 35 PDH Credits Awarded

$3,495.00

No future dates scheduled

Description

This course targets the need for technicians/engineers to operate, maintain, calibrate and troubleshoot control systems such that availability and reliability can be maximized. This is accomplished by thoroughly understanding concepts of gas turbine control systems and how to use maintenance screens to quickly determine problems.   We begin by studying Mk-V hardware; proceed to understanding Mk-V documentation, then the development of control signals.  Throughout the presentation, case studies are to enhance understanding of the concepts instructed.  On the GE Mk-V gas turbine controls we cannot emphasize enough, the importance of proper use of documentation.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:
  1. Demonstrate the ability to use OEM provided documentation that will include the Control Specifications, Control Sequence Program, I/O Configuration, CSP Cross Reference, Alarm Drop List, Application Manual, and P&IDs.
  2. Demonstrate the understanding of the Mk-V hardware components, how they are accessed, and how they communicate.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot an equipment alarm, given an Alarm Drop Number.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to interpret the more routine diagnostic alarms and recognize appropriate actions.
  5. Demonstrate the ability to follow the major "control signal path" through a Control Sequence Program.
  6. Demonstrate the ability to trace the derivation of a command signal to the servomechanisms.
  7. Demonstrate the knowledge necessary to calibrate turbine valve mechanisms.
  8. Demonstrate the ability (or knowledge -- based upon equipment availability) to more efficiently use the Mk-V <I>/<HMI> screens for evaluating/calibrating systems.
  9. Demonstrate the knowledge (or ability -- based upon equipment availability) to force logic to facilitate calibration.
  10. Given plant drawings, trace a signal to/from a field device through appropriate terminal boards, through circuit boards, to a digital "signal name".
  11. Demonstrate the ability to follow signal flow to/from the <P> core to trip/reset the machine.
  12. Describe differences between a <Q> trip and a <P> trip.
  13. Demonstrate an understanding of on-line and off-line test sequences.

Course Dates / Location / Fee

See www.TurbineGeneratorTraining.com for detail on the course dates / locations / and registration fees. HPC’s 3-4-2 policy applies:  Sign up 3 for the same course/date and pay for only 2! HPC Technical Services reserves the right to cancel any course/seminar within 10-working days of the scheduled date.  Fees are 100% refunded or credited to another Seminar (clients' choice) if HPC should cancel any Seminar.  HPC is not responsible for non-refundable airline tickets or other travel expenses under any circumstance.

What you will receive

  1. 1 copy of HPC Technical Services' textbook, (GE) Mk-V Gas Turbine Controls, as written by Harold Parker.
  2. A Certificate of Completion

Course Outline

Monday

  • Introduction
  • Mk-V Hardware Familiarization
  • Operator Interface:<I> or <HMI>, <BOI>

Tuesday

  • Documentation
  • Big Block Language
  • FSR_SU/_ACC/_SD: Description, Algorithm, Simulation, Calibration, and Troubleshooting

Wednesday

  • FSRN: Function, Algorithm, Simulation, Alarms/Trips, Calibration, and Troubleshooting
  • FSRT: Function, Algorithm, Simulation, Alarms/Trips, Combustion Monitor, Calibration, and Troubleshooting

Thursday

  • Fuel Control: Servo Mechanisms, Gas Control Valve, Liquid Control Valve, Fuel Splitter, and DLN Splitter; Function, Algorithms, Calibration, and Troubleshooting
  • Emissions Control: Water Injection, Dry Low NOx, Calibration, and Troubleshooting
  • Variable Inlet Guide Vane: Function, Algorithm, Alarms/Trips, Combustion Monitor, Calibration, and Troubleshooting

Friday

  • Protective Circuits: L4, Overspeed Trip, Emergency Overspeed Trip, Overtemperature Trip, Vibration, 20FG/20FL (including Circuit cards), Simulation, and Troubleshooting

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Will HPC Technical Services bring this course to our location for our personnel only? Will HPC customize the presentation to suit our particular needs?  YES, call or email Stephen Parker, Stephen@TurbineGeneratorTraining.com for a price quotation.
  • Is HPC Technical Services' textbook available for purchase as a reference document? This text is not yet available for purchase.
  • What is the cost for HPC Technical Service to deliver this course at our location? Well, of course that can vary, but generally speaking, if you're planning on having 6+ attend, when considering your T&L, it is to your advantage to perform the course at your plant (office).  You gain from the customization and price.
  • Can HPC Technical Services provide "Technical Assistance" in outage planning, implementation or troubleshooting? Yes we can.  Call or contact Stephen Parker, Stephen@TurbineGeneratorTraining.com for our rate sheets and any further information required.

Gas Turbine I&C Certification

There are two levels of certification (Both levels require this course):
  1. Engineer
  2. I&C Technician
Those who attend this course are automatically qualified to take HPC Technical Services' Certification Examination.  This examination is offered at no additional expense to the participant.  An 80% passing grade is required.  The examination length will not exceed 2-hours.  Those who complete this examination will receive a revised "certificate of completion" that recognizes this accomplishment along with two-copies of a "To Whom It May Concern" letter that states their accomplishment.  (Two copies are provided, one for the participants' employer and one for the participants' personal file.)   Consult HPC's website, www.TurbineGeneratorTraining.com, for detail on this certification program.