TG516 - (Bently Nevada) 3300 TSI System

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3 days - 1.9 Continuing Education Units Awarded


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USD 2,195.00


Why does the turbine expand? Knowing why and how the turbine expands is invaluable knowledge when it comes to interpreting the information provided by a Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation System. The modular, programmable Bently Nevada 3300 Monitoring System provides this information concerning not only the expansion of the turbine but vibration as well. This Seminar provides a thorough working knowledge of the criteria involved in turbine expansion along with the many reasons for abnormal vibration levels, which may not be even related to the bearings. Once the physical attributes of the turbine are discussed, the Bently Nevada 3300 Monitoring System is thoroughly discussed from the aspect of programmable options, calibration, operation, and troubleshooting (interpretation of the front panel LEDs and the error codes). With the added bonus of having a BN 3300 rack (as shown in picture) in the classroom, the requisite skills can be acquired.
With this knowledge, the participant has the information needed to reliably calibrate, maintain, and troubleshoot the Bently Nevada 3300 Monitoring System. Additionally, this information enables the participant to qualify the accuracy of the TSI indications to an operator; thereby providing confidence to the operator when important decisions have to be made.
Recommended for technicians, electricians, and/or engineers who have a responsibility to maintain this equipment at any fossil or nuclear turbine generator installation. Turbine experience is desirable but not necessary.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Technicians, Electricians, and/or Engineers who have a responsibility to maintain this equipment at any fossil or nuclear turbine generator installation. Turbine experience is desirable but not necessary.
Seminar OBJECTIVES:
  1. Explain how the turbine expands and why this is important.
  2. Explain the purpose of each turbine supervisory instrument.
  3. State the general physical location of each turbine supervisory instrument.
  4. Name the components along with their location that make up the BN 3300 Monitoring System.
  5. Identify the proper programming configuration within the Power Supply in selecting the required transducer's voltage and the data communication interface.
  6. Describe the functions associated with the System Monitor.
  7. State the programming requirement between the Power Supply module and the System Monitor module.
  8. Identify the module to which the signal from the transducer is wired.
  9. State the difference between a Dual Relay and Quad Relay within the Signal Input Relay module.
  10. Identify the proper programming configuration within the Signal Input Relay in selecting the proper functionality of the ALERT and/or DANGER Relay.
  11. Explain the condition that represents the status of the LEDs when given a snapshot of the front panel LEDs on the Dual Vibration XY/Gap Monitor.
  12. Identify the proper programming configuration when given specified user define features for the Dual Vibration XY/Gap Monitor.
  13. Explain the programmable option Trip Multiply, and state its purpose.
  14. Identify the error code number that indicates an incorrect jumper configuration on the Dual Vibration XY/Gap Monitor.
Seminar OUTLINE:
  1. Day One
    1. Steam Plant Fundamentals
      1. Introduction
      2. The Plant Cycle
      3. Basic Turbine Theory
        1. Nozzles
        2. Turbine Blading
        3. Turbine Arrangements
      4. Turbine Sections
      5. Turbine Components
        1. Rotor
        2. Blading
        3. Nozzles
        4. Steam Seals
        5. Journal Bearings
        6. Thrust Bearing
        7. Standards
        8. Valves
        9. Auxiliary Valves
    2. Turbine Supervisory Instruments
      1. Introduction
      2. Description of Turbine Supervisory Instruments
        1. Eccentricity
        2. Speed
        3. Valve Position
        4. Vibration Recorder
        5. Shell Expansion
        6. Differential Expansion
        7. Steam and Metal Thermocouples
  2. Day Two
    1. Bently Nevada 3300 Monitoring System Overview
      1. Function
      2. System Components
      3. Applications
      4. Features
      5. Putting The System Together
    2. Power Supply
      1. Location
      2. Options
        1. Input Voltage
        2. Data communication Interface
        3. Transducer Voltage
      3. Testing and Troubleshooting
        1. Guideline
    3. System Monitor
      1. Location
      2. Function
        1. System Power Up Inhibit
        2. Rack Inhibit
        3. Supply Voltages OK
        4. System Reset
        5. Trip Multiply
        6. OK Relay
        7. Alarm Setpoint Adjust
        8. Data Interface
        9. Keyphasor® Transducers
        10. Static Data Bus Buffer
      3. Options
        1. Catalog (Ordering)
        2. Programmable
      4. OK Relay Configuration
      5. Operational Testing
        1. System Monitor
        2. Keyphasor®
  3. Day Three
    1. Signal Input Relay Module
      1. Programmable Options
        1. Module With Dual Relays
        2. Module With Quad Relays
      2. Relay Actuation Circuits
        1. Alert
        2. Danger
    2. Dual Vibration XY/Gap Monitor
      1. Introduction
      2. Monitor Options
      3. Operability
        1. Monitor Functions
        2. Interpretation of LEDs
        3. Vibration Monitoring
        4. Reading Gap Voltage/Full Scale Mils
        5. Reading Alert Setpoint Levels
        6. Reading Danger Setpoint Levels
        7. Self Test
      4. Maintenance
        1. Selecting User Define Features
        2. Setpoint Adjustments
        3. Channel Bypass
        4. Danger Bypass