CT522 - (ABB) Series GT8, 11, 13 & 24/26 Combustion Turbine Maintenance

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4 days - 2.6 Continuing Education Units Awarded


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USD 2,995.00



Improve unit availability and reliability with a quality understanding of operations and maintenance of a modern ABB combustion turbine. Series GT8, 11, 13, and 24/26 are included. Reliable operations of modern ABB equipment depends upon operators being thoroughly knowledgeable on what is required for proper preparation, start-up and shutdown as well as correct interpretation of alarms and recommended responses.

This Seminar has been designed for plant personnel who are involved in safely and effectively operating and maintaining combustion turbine produced by ABB. Specifically the Seminar targets Control Room Operators, Shift Supervisors, Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors, and Superintendents.

OBJECTIVES
Upon successful completion of this Seminar the participant should be able to:
  1. Describe the major components and systems associated with combustion turbine.
  2. Describe the sequencing that occurs in a normal startup, synchronization and operation.
  3. Describe the different fuel systems and requirements for operation.
  4. Describe the standard routine operational maintenance philosophy for:
    1. Combustion Turbine Auxiliaries
    2. Thermal Block
    3. Compressor
  5. Demonstrate the ability to use effective and safe maintenance procedures.
  6. Properly plan the maintenance outage prior to shutdown.
  7. Demonstrate the knowledge necessary to measure and interpret information as it relates to the unit outage.
  8. Demonstrate the knowledge necessary to disassemble/reassemble equipment in an orderly and safe manner.
  9. Demonstrate the knowledge necessary to properly clean and inspect turbine components.
  10. Describe combustion turbine control concepts and protective features.
Seminar OUTLINE
  1. Introduction
  2. Combustion Turbine Fundamentals
    1. Basic Cycle
    2. Gas Turbine Relationships
    3. Power Relationships
      1. Compressor
      2. Combustor
      3. Turbine
  3. ABB Gas Turbine Power Plant Layout
  4. Description of Major Components
  5. KKS Equipment Identification System
  6. Using and Interpreting Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  7. Gas Turbine Man Machine Interface (MMI) Overview
    1. Control Philosophy
    2. Major Components
    3. Speed Control
    4. Temperature Control
  8. Gas Turbine Control & Protection Philosophy
  9. Power Plant Operation
  10. Gas Turbine Supervision, Protection and Testing Systems
  11. Routine Operational Maintenance
  12. Maintenance Preparation & Planning
    1. Periodic Inspections
    2. Records
    3. Running Inspections
    4. Combustion Section Inspection
    5. Turbine Inspection
    6. Major Inspection
    7. Documentation
    8. Component and Parts Requirements
    9. Safety
    10. Tools & Measuring Equipment
    11. Scheduling
  13. Combustion Section Inspection
    1. Accessibility
    2. Parts Identification
    3. Stationary Components
    4. Rotating Components
  14. Turbine Inspection
    1. Accessibility
    2. Turbine Shell Disassembly
    3. Nozzle Disassembly
    4. Inspection
    5. Reassembly
  15. Major Inspection
    1. Accessibility
    2. Disassembly
    3. Bearings
    4. Rotor
    5. Compressor Stator
    6. Reassembly
  16. Alignment
    1. Readings
    2. Procedure
  17. Startup & Test
    1. Pre-Startup Checks
    2. Startup Checks
    3. Evaluation
  18. Seminar Conclusion