TG201 - Steam Turbine Generator Fundamentals

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3 days - 1.9 Continuing Education Units Awarded


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USD 1,995.00

This course has been designed for individuals who are new to steam turbine-generator operations and maintenance. It also provides an excellent review for individuals who have been involved with steam turbine-generators, but have not received formal training. In this course we discuss the basic theory of operation and apply that theory to a discussion of components that immediately follows. If one is to operate, maintain, or manage steam turbine generator functions then one needs to know why is works as it does, what are some of the design differences, and what is the significance of the various components. Nozzles, blades, shells, rotors, valves; all are covered as to their function. On the generator; frame, core, armature windings, rotor, field windings, and exciter: all are covered as to their fundamental function.
 
Topical Outline includes: Steam Turbine Operating Principles, Component Descriptions, Steam Valves, Unit Descriptions, Intro to Operations, Turbine Auxiliary Systems, Generator Operating Principles, Generator Component Descriptions, and Generator Auxiliary Systems.

HPC's instructional staff on this topic is significant. The materials were developed by those who have been working on steam turbine-generators their whole career

OBJECTIVES:
  1. At the completion of this course the participant will be able to:
Describe the function of turbine nozzles.
  1. Describe the function of turbine blades/buckets.
  2. Describe the energy conversions that take place in impulse and reaction turbines and identify where the conversions occur.
  3. Describe the function of various steam turbine components.
  4. Describe the areas where the turbine is sealed and why.
  5. Explain how the turbine expands and why it is important.
  6. Explain the function of the various steam valves.
  7. Describe full arc and partial arc operation.
  8. Trace the flowpath for steam turbine auxiliary systems.
  9. Describe the major components of the steam turbine auxiliary systems.
  10. Describe the component parts of the generator.
  11. Describe the three circuits that are basic to the AC generator operation.
  12. Describe the major components of the generator auxiliary systems.
  13. Trace a flow path through the generator auxiliary systems.


COURSE SYNOPSIS:

  1. Operating Principles: Fundamental Theory, Impulse and Reaction Turbines
  2. Turbine Component  Construction:  Turbine Sections,  Shells, Casings,  Cylinders,  HP-IP/LP, Nozzles/Diaphragms,  Stationary  Blades, Turbine Seals, Turbine Rotors/Spindles, Blades/Buckets, Standards/Pedestals, Bearings
  3. Main/Aux. Steam Valves: Steam Chests, Main Stop/Throttle Valve, Control/Governor Valve, Reheat Valves, Auxiliary Steam Valves
  4. Unit Descriptions
  5. Turbine Operations: Prewarming, Starting and Loading, Full Arc Admission, Partial Arc Admission, Turbine Supervisory Instruments
  6. Steam Turbine Auxiliary Systems: Lube Oil System, Shaft Sealing System, High Pressure Fluid System
  7. Generator Fundamentals: The Power System, DC and AC, Power System Components, System Frequency, System Voltage, System Load Demand, System Generator Capacity
  8. Generator  Operating  Principles:  Electro-Magnetic  Principles,  Exciter/Field  Current,  Magnetic  Circuit,  Stator  Winding  Circuit, Synchronous Speeds and RPM, Losses and Cooling
  9. Generator Construction: Stator, Frame, Coolers, High Voltage Bushings, Stator Core, Stator Windings, Conductor Cooling, End Shields, Generator Bearings, Rotor, Forging, Field Windings, Collector Rings & Brushes, Exciters, House Generators
  10. Generator Auxiliary Systems: Gas Control System, Generator Shaft Seal System, Stator Water Cooling System, Stator Oil Cooling System
  11. Certification Examination


WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:

  1. 1. 1 copy of HPC Technical Services' textbook, TG201, Steam Turbine Generator Fundamentals, Written by Joseph Markey, Revised by Dan Anderson, Ray Militello and Harold Parker. It is a valuable desktop reference in addition to being able to enhance the learning process.
  2. 2. A "Certificate of Completion" with 1.6 CEUs, authorized for issue by the International Associate of Continuing Education/Training.