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Table Of Contents

1.1General information
1.2Important note
1.3Limitation of liability
1.4Documentation
1.4.1Documentation of the machine
1.4.2Information not included in documentation
1.4.3Units used in this User’s Manual
1.5Identification of the machine
1.5.1Serial number of the machine
1.5.2Rating plate
2.1Protective measures prior to transport
2.1.1General
2.1.2Bearing plate
2.2Lifting the machine
2.2.1Lifting a machine in a seaworthy package
2.2.2Lifting a machine on a pallet
2.2.3Lifting an unpacked machine
2.3Turning a vertically mounted machine
2.6.2Long term storage (more than 2 months)
2.6.3Rolling bearings
2.6.4Sleeve bearings
2.6.5Openings
2.7Inspections, records
3.3.4.1Balancing of coupling
3.3.4.2Assembly
3.3.5Belt drive
3.3.6Drain plugs
3.4Installation on concrete foundation
3.4.1Scope of delivery
3.4.2General preparations
3.4.3Foundation preparations
3.4.3.1Foundation and grouting hole preparations
3.4.3.2Foundation studs or sole plate preparations
3.4.4Erection of machines
3.4.5Alignment
3.4.6Grouting
3.4.7Final installation and inspection
3.4.7.1Dowelling of the machine feet
3.4.7.2Covers and enclosures
3.5Installation on steel foundation
3.5.1Scope of delivery
3.5.2Check of foundation
3.5.3Erection of machines
3.5.4Alignment
3.5.5Final installation and inspection
3.5.5.1Doweling of the machine feet
3.5.5.2Covers and enclosures
3.5.6Installation of flange mounted machines on steel foundation
3.6Alignment
3.6.1General
3.6.2Rough levelling
3.6.3Rough adjustment
3.6.4Correction for thermal expansion
3.6.4.1General
3.6.4.2Thermal expansion upwards
3.6.4.3Thermal axial growth
3.6.5Final alignment
3.6.5.1General
3.6.5.2Run-out of the coupling halves
3.6.5.3Parallel, angular and axial alignment
3.6.5.4Alignment
3.6.5.5Permissible misalignment
3.7Care after installation
4.1General
4.2Mechanical connections
4.2.1Cooling air connections
4.2.2Cooling water connections
4.2.2.1Air-to-water coolers
4.2.2.2Water cooled frames
4.2.3Sleeve bearing oil supply
4.2.4Connection of purging air pipe
4.2.5Mounting of vibration transducers
4.3Electrical connections
4.3.1General information
4.3.3Insulation resistance measurements
4.3.4Main terminal box options
4.3.4.1Delivery without main terminal box
4.3.5Insulation distances of main power connections
4.3.6Main power cables
4.3.7Secondary cables for slip ring connections
4.3.8Auxiliary terminal box
4.3.8.1Connection of auxiliaries and instruments
4.3.8.2Connection of external blower motor
4.3.9Earth connections
4.3.10Requirements for machines fed by frequency converters
4.3.10.1Main cable
4.3.10.2Earthing of main cable
4.3.10.3Auxiliary cables
5.1General
5.2Check of mechanical installation
5.3Insulation resistance measurements
5.4Check of electrical installation
5.5Control and protection equipment
5.5.1General
5.5.2Stator winding temperature
5.5.2.1General
5.5.2.2Resistance temperature detectors
5.5.2.3Thermistors
5.5.3Bearing temperature control
5.5.3.1General
5.5.3.2Resistance temperature detectors
5.5.3.3Thermistors
5.5.4Protection equipment
5.6First test start
5.6.1General
5.6.2Precautions before first test start
5.6.3Starting
5.6.3.1Direction of rotation
5.6.3.2Starting of machines with slip rings
5.6.3.3Starting of Ex p machines
5.7Running the machine the first time
5.7.1Supervision during the first run
5.7.2Checks during running of the machine
5.7.3Bearings
5.7.3.1Machines with rolling bearings
5.7.3.2Machines with sleeve bearings
5.7.4Vibrations
5.7.5Temperature levels
5.7.6Heat exchangers
5.7.7Slip rings
5.8Shut down
6.1General
6.2Normal operating conditions
6.3Number of starts
6.4Supervision
6.4.1Bearings
6.4.2Vibrations
6.4.3Temperatures
6.4.4Heat exchanger
6.4.5Slip ring unit
6.5Follow-up
6.6Shut down
7.1Preventive maintenance
7.2Safety precautions
7.3Maintenance program
7.3.1Recommended maintenance program
7.3.1.1General construction
7.3.1.2Main supply connection
MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
7.3.1.3Stator and rotor
7.3.1.4Auxiliaries
7.4.1The tightness of fastenings
7.4.2Vibration and noise
7.4.3Vibrations
7.4.3.1Measurement procedures and operational conditions
7.4.3.2Classification according to support flexibility
7.4.3.3Evaluation
7.5Maintenance of bearings and lubrication system
7.5.1Sleeve bearings
7.5.1.1Oil level
7.5.1.2Bearing temperature
7.5.2Lubrication of sleeve bearings
7.5.2.1Lubrication oil temperature
7.5.2.2Control of the lubricant
7.5.2.3Recommended control values for the lubricating oil
7.5.2.4Oil qualities
7.5.2.5Oil change schedule for mineral oils
7.5.3Rolling bearings
7.5.3.1Bearing construction
7.5.3.2Bearing plate
7.5.3.3Re-greasing intervals
7.5.3.4Re-greasing
7.5.3.5Bearing grease
7.5.3.6Bearing maintenance
7.5.4Bearing insulation and bearing insulation resistance check
7.5.4.1Procedure
7.5.4.2Cleanliness of bearing insulation
7.6Maintenance of stator and rotor windings
7.6.1Particular safety instructions for winding maintenance
7.6.2The timing of the maintenance
7.6.3The correct operating temperature
7.6.4Insulation resistance test
7.6.4.1Conversion of measured insulation resistance values
7.6.4.2General considerations
7.6.4.3Minimum values for insulation resistance
7.6.4.4Stator winding insulation resistance measurement
7.6.4.5Rotor winding insulation resistance measurement
7.6.5Insulation resistance measurement for auxiliaries
7.6.6The polarization index
7.6.7Other maintenance operations
7.7Maintenance of slip rings and brush gear
7.7.1Care of slip rings
7.7.1.1Standstill period
7.7.2Care of brush gear
7.7.2.1Brush pressure
7.8Maintenance of cooling units
7.8.1Maintenance instructions for machines with open air cooling
7.8.1.1Cleaning of filters
7.8.2Maintenance instructions for air-to-water heat exchangers
7.8.3Maintenance instructions for air-to-air heat exchangers
7.8.3.1Air circulation
7.8.3.2Cleaning
7.8.4Maintenance of external blower motors
7.9Repairs, disassembly and assembly
Chapter 8Trouble Shooting
8.1Trouble shooting
8.1.1Mechanical performance
8.1.2Lubrication system and bearings
8.1.2.1Lubrication system and rolling bearings
8.1.2.2Lubrication system and sleeve bearings
Lubrication system and sleeve bearings
8.1.3Thermal performance
8.1.3.1Thermal performance, open air cooling system
8.1.3.2Thermal performance, air-to-air cooling system
8.1.3.3Thermal performance, air-to-water cooling system
8.1.3.4Thermal performance, rib cooled
8.2Oil leakage of sleeve bearings
8.2.2Sleeve bearings
8.2.3Bearing verification
8.2.4Oil container and piping
8.2.5Oil container and piping verification
8.2.7Use verification
8.3Electrical performance, excitation, control and protection
8.3.1Protection trips
8.3.2Pt-100 resistance temperature detectors
8.4Slip rings and brushes
8.4.1Brush wear
8.4.2Brush sparking
8.5Thermal performance and cooling system
9.1After Sales
9.1.1Site Services
9.1.3Support and Warranties
9.1.4Support for Service Centers
9.1.5After Sales contact information
9.2Spare parts for rotating electrical machines
9.2.1General spare part considerations
9.2.2Periodical part replacements
9.2.3Need of spare parts
9.2.4Selection of the most suitable spare part package
9.2.5Typical recommended spare parts in different sets
9.2.5.1Operational spare part package
9.2.5.2Recommended spare part package
9.2.5.3Capital spare parts
9.2.5.4Operational spare part package
9.2.5.5Recommended spare part package
9.2.5.6Capital spare parts
9.2.5.7Operational spare part package
9.2.5.8Recommended spare part package
9.2.5.9Capital spare parts
9.2.6Order information
10.1Introduction
10.2Average material content
10.3Recycling of packaging material
10.4Dismantling of the machine
10.5Separation of different materials
10.5.1Frame, bearing housing, covers and fan
10.5.2Components with electrical insulation
10.5.3Permanent magnets
10.5.4Hazardous waste
10.5.5Land fill waste
COMMISSIONING REPORT
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Typical main power cable connections
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Manual for Induction Motors and Generators -- ABB

Manual for Induction Motors and Generators -- ABB

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