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Package Familiarization Training
Lotte PPTA
Pakistan

2012

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2012

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BOC-FAM Course Introduction

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Turbine Basics

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Construction and Operation

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Turbine Support Systems

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Turbine Lube Oil System (Woodward Control)

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Variable Geometry System (Woodward Control)

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Start System (Woodward Control)

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Gas Fuel System, DLE

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Ventilation & Combustion Air System (Woodward Control)

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Water Wash System

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Vibration Monitoring System (Bently Nevada 3500)

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Fire Protection System

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Basic Electricity and Generation

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50 HZ Generator Construction

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50HZ Generator Lube Oil System

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Control System (Woodward Control)

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Sequences

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Reference Drawings

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Mechanical Flow and Instrument Drawings


F&ID Symbols
Hydraulic Start System
Ventilation and Combustion Air System
Turbine Lube Oil System
Fuel System
Turbine HYD Sys
Generator Lube Oil System
Water Wash System
Sprint Main
Sprint Skid
Auxiliary Systems
Fire Protection System

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Elect Sym
Junction Box
TCP Plan and Elevation
One-Line Drawing
Control System Worksheet
Cause & Effect

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Main skid
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Aux skid
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This document is intended for training use only. It is not intended to cover all possible variations
in equipment or to provide for specific problems that may arise.
Technical drawings and descriptions herein are intended to illustrate conceptual examples and
do not necessarily represent as-supplied system details. System users are advised to refer to
drawings of current release when conducting troubleshooting, maintenance procedures, or other
activities requiring system information.
GE Aero Energy Products advises that all plant personnel read this training manual and the
Operation & Maintenance Manual to become familiar with the generator package, auxiliary
equipment and operation.
This manual is not a replacement for experience and judgment. The final responsibility for proper,
safe operation of the generator package lies with the Owners and Operators. Operation and
performance of auxiliary equipment and controls not furnished by GE is the sole responsibility of
the Owners and Operators.
Reproduction of this guide in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.

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Course Objectives
This training course is designed to provide system operators with :
Understanding of basic Gas Turbine and Generator operation
Understanding of how each of the sub systems operates, individually and as part of
the total package
Ability to initiate and maintain normal system operation
Ability to recognize system alarm and fault information and take appropriate action
Understanding of system documentation
Knowledge of serviceable components and maintenance required for normal
operation
This course should be considered a mandatory prerequisite for more advanced training in
package mechanical maintenance or control system maintenance and troubleshooting.

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OVERVIEW OF GE ENERGY PRODUCTS


GE Energy is a leading supplier of diesel and aero-derivative gas turbine packages for industrial and
marine applications, with many units operating throughout the world.
GE Energy takes single source responsibility for the total equipment package and provides field service
for the equipment once it has been installed.
All of GE Energys skill and field experience is built into each unit. Customers needs are met with
standardized designs, which have been proven time and time again in tropical heat, desert sand and
arctic cold.
For a customer with special requirements, GE Energy adds features from a list of pre-engineered options.
GE Energy provides job-site supervision and operator training, offers total plant operation and
maintenance when desired, and backs up each unit with a multi-million dollar inventory of turbine parts, as
well as a service department with trained personnel ready to perform field service anywhere in the world
24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Meeting customers requirements for quality, dependability and outstanding service is the commitment of
GE Energy.

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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS

The following are general safety precautions that are not related to any specific procedures
and do not appear elsewhere in this manual. Personnel must understand and apply these
precautions during all phases of operation and maintenance.
Health Hazards
Use all cleaning solvents, fuels, oil adhesives, epoxies, and catalysts in a well-ventilated area.
Avoid frequent and prolonged inhalation of fumes. Concentrations of fumes of many cleaners,
adhesives, and esters are toxic and cause serious adverse health effects, and possible death, if
inhaled frequently. Wear protective gloves and wash thoroughly with soap and water as soon as
possible after exposure to such materials. Take special precautions to prevent materials from
entering the eyes. If exposed, rinse the eyes in an eyebath fountain immediately and report to a
physician. Avoid spilling solvents on the skid. Review the hazard information on the appropriate
Material Safety Data Sheet and follow all applicable personal protection requirements.
Environmental Hazards
The disposal of many cleaning solvents, fuels, oils, adhesives, epoxies, and catalysts is regulated
and, if mismanaged, could cause environmental damage. Review Material Safety Data Sheets,
product bulletin information, and applicable local, state and federal disposal requirements for
proper waste management practices.

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Fire Hazards
Keep all cleaning solvents, oils, esters and adhesives away from exposed-element electric
heaters, sparks or flame. Do not smoke when using flammable materials, in the vicinity of
flammable materials, or in areas where flammable materials are stored. Provide adequate
ventilation to disperse concentrations of potentially explosive fumes or vapors. Provide approved
containers for bulk storage of flammable materials, and approved dispensers in the working
areas. Keep all containers tightly closed when not in use.
Electrical Hazards
Use extreme care when working with electricity. Electricity can cause shock, burns or death.
Electrical power must be off before connecting or disconnecting electrical connectors. Lethal output
voltages are generated by the ignition exciter. Do not energize the exciter unless the output
connection is properly isolated. Be sure all leads are connected and the plug is installed. All
personnel should be cleared to at least 5 feet before firing the exciter.
Compressed Air Hazards
Air pressure used in work areas for cleaning or drying operations shall be regulated to 29 psi or
less. Use approved personal protective equipment (goggles or face shield) to prevent injury to the
eyes. Do not direct the jet of compressed air at yourself or other personnel so that refuse is blown
onto adjacent work stations. If additional air pressure is required to dislodge foreign materials from
parts, ensure that approved personal protective equipment is worn, and move to an isolated area.
Be sure that the increased air pressure is not detrimental or damaging to the parts before applying
high-pressure jets of air.

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Procedural Hazards
Observe all specified and logical safety practices when assembling or disassembling the engine.
Wear safety glasses or other appropriate eye protection at all times. Do not allow safety wire or
wire clippings to fly from the cutter when removing or installing wire. Do not use fingers as guides
when installing parts or checking alignment of holes. Use only correct tools and fixtures. Avoid
shortcuts, such as using fewer-than-recommended attaching bolts or inferior-grade bolts. Heed
all warnings in this manual and in all vendor manuals, to avoid injury to personnel or damage to
gas turbine parts.

Tooling Hazards
Improperly maintained tools and support equipment can be dangerous to personnel, and can
damage gas turbine parts. Observe recommended inspection schedules to avoid unanticipated
failures. Use tooling only for its designed purpose and avoid abuse. Be constantly alert for
damaged equipment, and initiate appropriate action for approved repair immediately.

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Gas Turbine Operational Hazards


The outside surfaces of the engine are not insulated; therefore, adequate precautions shall be taken to
prevent operating personnel from inadvertently coming into contact with these hot surfaces.
The gas turbine is a source of considerable noise. It is necessary for personnel working on the gas
turbine or in its vicinity to wear proper ear protection equipment when it is operating.
The gas turbine is a high-speed machine. In case of component failure, the skid housing would contain
compressor and turbine blade failures, but might not contain major compressor or turbine disk failures.
Operating personnel shall not be permanently stationed in or near the plane of the rotating parts.
Low-pressure, high-velocity airflow created by the compressor can draw objects or personnel into the
engine. Although an inlet screen is used, personnel should not stand in front of the inlet while the engine
is operating.
When entering the gas turbine enclosure, the following requirements must be met:
The gas turbine will be shut down or limited to core idle power.
The fire extinguishing system will be made inactive.
The enclosure door shall be kept open. If the gas turbine is operating, an observer shall be
stationed at the enclosure door, and confined space entry procedures will be followed.
Avoid contact with hot parts, and wear thermally insulated gloves, as necessary.
Hearing protection (double) will be worn if the gas turbine is operating.
Do not remain in the plane of rotation of the starter when motoring the gas turbine.
When performing maintenance on electrical components, turn off electrical power to those components,
except when power is required to take voltage measurements. Lock out all controls and switches, if
possible; otherwise, tag electrical switches Out of Service to prevent inadvertent activation. Tag the
engine operating controls Do Not Operate to prevent the unit from being started during a shutdown
condition.
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Cleanliness and FOD/DOD


FOD/DOD (foreign object damage/domestic object damage) is the single major cause of
premature gas turbine failure. Prevention is the only practical means of protecting against FOD,
and adherence to the following guidelines cannot be over-emphasized.
Empty pockets of all lose objects.
Keep maintenance area clean and organized.
Keep FOD containers in the work area to receive bits of safety wire, used gaskets, Orings and other similar types of debris. USE THEM.
Do not use the gas turbine as a shelf to hold parts and tools during maintenance.
Install protective covers and caps on all exposed openings during maintenance.
Remove protective caps and covers only when required to install a part or make a
connection.
After protective caps and covers are removed, inspect all openings and cavities for
foreign objects and cleanliness.
After maintenance, thoroughly clean and inspect work area. Account for all tools, parts,
and materials used during maintenance.

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OVERVIEW
The major components of the engine are a compressor section, combustion section, and a turbine. The turbine is
mechanically coupled and drives the compressor by a drive shaft.
The compressor, combustor, and turbine are called the core of the engine, since all gas turbines have these components.
The core is also referred to as the gas generator (GG) since the output of the core is hot exhaust gas.
The gas is passed through an exhaust duct to atmosphere. On some types of applications, the exhaust gas is used to drive
an additional turbine called the power turbine which is connected to a piece of driven equipment (i.e. generators, pumps,
process compressors, etc).
Because of their high power output and high thermal efficiency, gas turbine engines are also used in a wide variety of
applications not related to the aircraft industry. Connecting the main shaft (or power turbine) of the engine to an electromagnet rotor will generate electrical power. Gas turbines can also be used to power ships, trucks and military tanks. In
these applications, the main shaft is connected to a gear box.

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TURBINE BASICS
The balloon drawings above illustrate the basic principles upon which gas turbine engines operate.
Compressed inside a balloon, as in (A) above, exerts force upon the confines of the balloon. Air, which has weight and
occupies space, by definition, has mass. The mass of the air is proportional to its density, and density is proportional to
temperature and pressure. The air mass confined inside the balloon, accelerates from the balloon, creating a force as it is
released (B). This force increases as mass and acceleration increase, as stated in Newtons second law; force equals mass
times acceleration (F = MA).
The force created by the acceleration of the air mass inside the balloon results in an equal and opposite force that causes
the balloon to be propelled in the opposite direction, as stated in Newtons third law (for every action, there is an equal and
opposite reaction). Replacing the air inside the balloon, as in (C) sustains the force and, although impractical, allows a load
to be driven by the force of the air mass accelerating across and driving a turbine, as in (D).
In (E) a more practical means of sustaining the force of an accelerating air mass used to drive a load is illustrated. A
housing contains a fixed volume of air, which is compressed by a motor driven compressor. Acceleration of the compressed
air from the housing drives a turbine that is connected to the load.
In (F) fuel is injected between the compressor and the turbine to further accelerate the air mass, thus multiplying the force
used to drive the load.
In (G) the motor is removed and the compressor is powered by a portion of the combustion gas, thus making the engine
self-sufficient as long as fuel is provided.
In (H) a typical gas turbine-engine operation is represented. Intake air is compressed, mixed with fuel and ignited. The hot
gas is expanded across a turbine to provide mechanical power and exhausted to atmosphere.

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COMPRESSION COMBUSTION EXPANSION EXHAUST


Four processes occur in gas turbine engines, as illustrated above. These processes, first described by George Brayton
and called the Brayton cycle, occur in all internal combustion engines. The Brayton steps are as follows:
Compression occurs between the intake and the outlet of the compressor (Line A-B). During this process, pressure and
temperature of the air increases.
Combustion occurs in the combustion chamber where fuel and air are mixed to explosive proportions and ignited. The
addition of heat causes a sharp increase in volume (Line BC).
Expansion occurs as hot gas accelerates from the combustion chamber. The gases at constant pressure and increased
volume enter the turbine and expand through it. The sharp decrease in pressure and temperature (Line C-D).
Exhaust occurs at the engine exhaust stack with a large drop in volume and at a constant pressure (Line D-A).
The number of stages of compression and the arrangement of turbines that convert the energy of accelerating hot gas into
mechanical energy are design variables. However, the basic operation of all gas turbines is the same.

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CONVERGENT AND DIVERGENT DUCTS


Compressors in gas turbine engines use convergent and divergent ducts to generate the high pressures necessary to (a)
provide a wall of pressure, preventing expanding hot gas from exiting through the engine inlet, as well as, through the
exhaust; and (b) provide the proper ratio of air-to-fuel for efficient combustion and cooling of the combustion chamber.
Pressure decreases through convergent ducts and increases through divergent ducts, a phenomenon which is
demonstrated in paint spray equipment. Compressed air, forced through a convergent duct, generates a lower pressure
through the narrow section to draw in paint.
Expansion through a divergent section then increases pressure and air volume, dispersing the paint in an atomized mist.

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INLET GUIDE VANES


Inlet guide vanes direct, or align, airflow into the first rotating blade section where velocity is increased by the addition of
energy. The following stator vane section is divergent, providing an increase in static pressure and a decrease in air
velocity. Airflow then enters the second stage at a higher initial velocity and pressure than at the inlet to the preceding
stage. Each subsequent stage provides an incremental increase in velocity and static pressure until the desired level of
pressure and velocity is reached.

Some compressor stator vanes are designed to move, changing their divergence, allowing regulation of compressor outlet
pressure and velocity to achieve the proper ratio of air for fuel combustion and cooling versus engine speed and power
output.

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COMPRESSORS
Compressors in gas turbine engines use convergent and divergent ducts to generate the high pressures necessary to (a)
provide a wall of pressure, preventing expanding hot gas from exiting through the engine inlet as well as through the
exhaust; and (b) provide the proper ratio of air-to-fuel for efficient combustion and cooling of the combustion chamber.
Pressure decreases through convergent ducts and increases through divergent ducts, a phenomenon which is
demonstrated in paint spray equipment. Compressed air, forced through a convergent duct, generates a lower pressure
through the narrow section to draw in paint. Expansion through a divergent section then increases pressure and air
volume, dispersing the paint in an atomized mist.
All turbine engines have a compressor to increase the pressure of the incoming air before it enters the combustor.
Compressor performance has a large influence on total engine performance. There are two main types of compressors:
axial and centrifugal.
In the illustration, the example on the left is called an axial compressor because the flow through the compressor travels
parallel to the axis of rotation. An apparent contradiction in the operation of the axial-flow compressor is that high pressure
is generated, although the overall divergent shape would appear to cause a lower output pressure. Output pressure is
increased by divergence in each static inter-stage section. Rotating compressor blades between each static stage
increases the velocity that is lost by injecting energy.
The compressor on the right is called a centrifugal compressor because the flow through this compressor is turned
perpendicular to the axis of rotation. Centrifugal compressors, which were used in the first jet engines, are still used on
small turbojets and turbo-shaft engines. Modern large turbojet, turbofan, and turbo-shaft engines usually use axial
compressors.

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COMPRESSOR STALL
A stall can happen within the compressor if the air moves from its general direction of motion (also known as the angle of
attack). At this point, the low pressure on the upper surface disappears on the stator blade. This phenomenon is known as a
stall. As pressure is lost on the upper surface, turbulence created on the backside of the stator blade forms a wall that will
lead into the stall. Stall can be provoked if the surface of the compressor blade is not completely even or smooth. A dent in
the blade, or a small piece of material on it, can be enough to start the turbulence on the backside of the blade, even if the
angle of attack is fairly small. Each stage of compression should develop the same pressure ratio as all other stages. When
a stall occurs, the front stages supply too much air for the rear stages to handle, and the rear stage will choke.
High Angle of Attack
If the angle of attack is too high, the compressor will stall. The airflow over the upper airfoil surface will become turbulent and
destroy the pressure zone. This will decrease the compression airflow. Any action that decreases airflow relative to engine
speed will increase the angle of attack and increases the tendency to stall.
Low Angle of Attack
If there is a decrease in the engine speed, the compression ratio will decrease with the lower rotor velocities. With a
decrease in compression, the volume of air in the rear of the compressor will be greater. This excess volume of air causes a
choking action in the rear of the compressor with a decrease in airflow. This in turn decreases the air velocity in the front of
the compressor and increases the tendency to stall.

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COMBUSTORS
All turbine engines have a combustor, in which the fuel is combined with high pressure air and burned. The resulting high
temperature exhaust gas is used to turn the turbine and produce thrust when passed through a nozzle.
The combustor is located between the compressor and the turbine. The combustor is arranged like an annulus, or a
doughnut, as shown by illustrations above. The central shaft that connects the turbine and compressor passes through the
center hole. Combustors are made from materials that can withstand the high temperatures of combustion. The liner is often
perforated to enhance mixing of the fuel and air.
There are three main types of combustors, and all three designs are found in gas turbines:
The combustor at the right is an annular combustor with the liner sitting inside the outer casing which has been peeled
open in the drawing. Many modern combustors have an annular design.
The combustor on the left is an older can or tubular design. Each can has both a liner and a casing, and the cans are
arranged around the central shaft.
A compromise design (not shown) is a can-annular design, in which the casing is annular and the liner is can-shaped. The
advantage to the can-annular design is that the individual cans are more easily designed, tested, and serviced.
Turbine blades exist in a much more hostile environment than compressor blades. Located just downstream of the
combustor, turbine blades experience flow temperatures of more than a thousand degrees Fahrenheit. Turbine blades must
be made of special materials that can withstand the heat, or they must be actively cooled. In active cooling, the nozzles and
blades are hollow and cooled by air which is bled off the compressor. The cooling air flows through the blade and out
through the small holes on the surface to keep the surface cool.

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FLAME-STABILIZING AND GENERAL-FLOW PATTERNS


The flame stabilizing and general-flow patterns are illustrated above for a typical can-type combustion chamber. Although
modern engines use one continuous annular combustion chamber, the can-type simplifies illustration of the cooling and
combustion techniques used in all combustion chambers.
The temperature of the flame illustrated in the center of the combustor is approximately 3200F at its tip when the engine is
operating at full load. Metals used in combustion chamber construction are not capable of withstanding temperatures in
this range; therefore, the design provides airflow passages between the inner and the outer walls of the chamber for
cooling and flame shaping.
Air flowing into the inner chamber is directed through small holes to shape the flame centering it within the chamber, to
prevent its contact with the chamber walls. Approximately 82% of the airflow into combustion chambers is used for cooling
and flame shaping; only 18% is used for fuel combustion. Regulation of fuel flow determines engine speed. Stator vane
control in the compressor controls pressure and velocity into the combustion chamber as a function of compressor speed.

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TURBINE
All gas turbine engines have a turbine located downstream of the combustor to extract energy from the hot flow and turn the
compressor. Work is done on the turbine by the hot exhaust flow from the combustor.
Since the turbine extracts energy from the flow, the pressure decreases across the turbine. The pressure gradient helps
keep the boundary layer flow attached to the surface of the turbine blades. Since the boundary layer is less likely to
separate on a turbine blade than on a compressor blade, the pressure drop across a single turbine stage can be much
greater than the pressure increase across a corresponding compressor stage. A single turbine stage can be used to drive
multiple compressor stages. Because of the high pressure change across the turbine, the flow tends to leak around the tips
of the blades. The tips of turbine blades are often connected by a thin metal band to keep the flow from leaking.
Turbine blades exist in a much more hostile environment than compressor blades. Sitting just downstream of the
combustor, the blades experience flow temperatures of more than a thousand degrees Fahrenheit. Turbine blades must be
made of special materials that can withstand the heat, or they must be actively cooled. In active cooling, the nozzles and
blades are hollow and cooled by air which is bled off the compressor. The cooling air flows through the blade and out
through the small holes on the surface to keep the surface cool.

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TURBINE (Continued)
The compressor drive turbine is an impulse reaction-type designed for maximum efficiency in converting hot-gas flow into
rotational mechanical energy. A first-stage fixed nozzle directs flow into the first-stage of rotating blades. The impulse of
expanding hot gas upon the lower surface of each rotating blade propels motion in the upward direction.
Hot gas flow above the following blade creates a lower pressure above the blade as above an aircraft wing, causing
additional rotational force. Subsequent stages operate identically, multiplying the rotational force. Compressor and loaddriving turbines consist of a varying number of stages, depending upon the load being driven and other design
considerations.

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Single Shaft

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Concentric Shaft
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TURBINE SHAFTS
The figure above shows the standard gas turbine shaft arrangements. Single shaft illustration is the traditional single shaft
assembly. It consists of the axial flow compressor; Turbine and Power Turbine are all mechanically linked. If we add to this
shaft the generator and gearbox, we have a shaft system with a high moment of inertia. This is the favored configuration for
electrical generation because this provides additional speed (Frequency) stability of the electrical current during large load
fluctuations. This configuration is typical of heavy-duty industrial frame turbines, such as the MS7001.
The twin shaft illustration shows the standard two shaft arrangement with the compressor and turbine only connected, and an
unconnected power turbine and output shaft that will rotate independently. This configuration is favored for variable speeddrive packages, such as pumps and compressors, because the gas generator or gas producer can run at its own optimum
speed for a given load. The LM2500 utilizes this configuration and has been applied to both electric power generation and a
variety of mechanical drive applications.
Aircraft jet engines have for many years been adapted for industrial use as shown in the diagrams above. The concentric
shaft illustration, above left, shows a more complicated aero-derivative industrial turbine arrangement. This, too, is still
essentially a two shaft configuration but the gas generator core (an original jet-engine) was designed with two spools, a Low
Pressure Shaft and a High Pressure Shaft. This engine configuration allows the load to be driven from either the exhaust end
or the compressor air intake end. This is the configuration used by the LM6000
The concentric shaft with power turbine illustration is essentially a two shaft arrangement with a gas generator originally
designed for propulsion. An independently rotating Power Turbine, manufactured especially to match the flow of the jet
engine, is added to the gas path as the power/torque producer. This configuration is found in the LM1600 and the LMS100.

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NOx CONTROL
Oxides of Nitrogen result from the thermal fixation of molecular nitrogen and oxygen in the combustion air. Its rate of
formation is extremely sensitive to local flame temperature and, to a lesser extent, to local oxygen concentrations. Virtually
all thermal NOx is formed in the region of the flame at the highest temperature. Maximum thermal NOx production occurs
at a slightly lean fuel-to-air ratio due to the excess availability of oxygen for reaction within the hot flame zone. Control of
local flame fuel-to-air ratio is critical in achieving reductions in thermal NOx.
Combustion Controls
Reduction of Nox emissions are accomplished by:
Injection of water or steam at the fuel nozzle in order to reduce combustion temperature
Specially designed Dry Low Emissions (DLE) combustors and fuel systems
The injection of water or steam into the flame area of a turbine combustor provides a heat sink, which lowers the flame
temperature and thereby reduces thermal NOx formation. Water or steam injection, also referred to as "wet controls," have
been applied effectively to both aeroderivative and heavy duty gas turbines, and to all configurations. Reduction
efficiencies of 70 to 85+ percent can be achieved with properly controlled water or steam injection, with NOx emissions
generally higher for oil-fired turbines than for natural gas-fired units. The most important factor affecting reduction efficiency
is the water-to-fuel ratio. In general, NOx reduction increases as the water-to-fuel ratio increases; however, increasing the
ratio increases carbon monoxide and, to a lesser extent, hydrocarbon emissions at water-to-fuel ratios less than one.
Further, energy efficiency of the turbine decreases with increasing water-to-fuel ratio.
Post-Combustion Controls
The major type of post-combustion control used in gas turbines is Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR). Applications use
SCR to supplement reductions from steam or water injection, or combustion modifications. Carefully designed SCR
systems can achieve NOx reduction efficiencies as high as 90 percent. The Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) process
reduces NOx emissions by using ammonia in the presence of a catalyst. Vaporized ammonia is injected into the flue gas
at the appropriate temperature. The ammonia functions, in the presence of the NOx removal catalyst, as a reducing agent
to decompose nitrous oxides NOx in the flue gas into nitrogen gas and water vapor.
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3.1 ENGINE OVERVIEW

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Developed from CF6-80C2 turbofan engine


Liquid, Gas and Dual Fuel packages available
Steam or Water Injection and Dry Low Emissions combustor systems available
Most efficient simple-cycle gas turbine in class
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The General Electric LM6000 gas turbine is a stationary gas turbine that is derived
from the family of CF6 jet engines. The aircraft version of the engine is called the
CF6-80C2 turbofan engine and is used to drive several types of wide body
commercial aircraft, including the Boeing 747-400.
The experience and technology of the CF6-80C2 and the well-proven LM2500 have
been applied to the LM6000 to make it one of the best engines on the market today.
Although the LM6000 gas turbine was developed recently (first application in 1992),
General Electric was one of the first developers of the aero-derivative (a gas turbine
designed first as a flight engine, then redesigned for industrial use) with more than 30
million running hours. General Electric engines have an availability of 99.6% overall.
The LM (Land and Marine) series of gas turbines has the following gas turbines:
LM500, LM1500, LM1600, LM2500, LM2500+, LM5000, LM6000 ranging in power output
from 14 to 50 megawatts (MW).

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The following changes were made to convert the CF6-80C2 to the LM6000:
Front fan removed and inlet guide vanes added
LP compressor from the CF6-50 / LM5000 used
Front and rear frames adapted
Output shafts added to the front of the LPC and the back of the LPT
Bearing 7R added
New industrial fuel system added
Balancing disk added to the LPT
Hydraulic control system for the variable geometry added
Since its introduction in 1992, the original LM6000PA was followed by
introduction of the model PB, the dry low emissions (DLE) version.
In 1998, the PC model was introduced and incorporated design changes to the
LPC, HPC, LPT, balance piston system and the fuel system. These design
changes increased shaft power output by approximately 3.4 MW, and engine
efficiency by approximately 2%.
The LM6000 PD is the LM6000 PC modified with the Dry Low Emission
Combustion System (DLE). This model made its appearance in mid-1998. DLE
system requires changes to be made to the fuel nozzles and the annular
combustion chamber.
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Dual Rotor, concentric drive-shaft design


Hot or Cold end drive configurations
5-stage low-pressure compressor (LPC), 2.4:1 compression ratio
14-stage variable-geometry high-pressure compressor (HPC), 12:1
compression ratio
Variable Inlet Guide Vanes (Optional), Variable Bleed Valves and Variable
Stator Vanes
2-stage high-pressure turbine (HPT)
5-stage low-pressure turbine (LPT)
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The LM6000 gas turbine is a dual-rotor, concentric drive-shaft, gas turbine


capable of driving a load from the front and/or rear of the low-pressure (LP)
rotor. The main components consist of a variable inlet guide vane (VIGV)
assembly or inlet frame assembly, a 5-stage low-pressure compressor (LPC), a
14-stage variable-geometry high-pressure compressor (HPC), an annular
combustor, a 2-stage high-pressure turbine (HPT), a 5-stage low-pressure
turbine (LPT), an accessory gearbox (AGB) assembly, and accessories.
The LP rotor consists of the LPC and the LPT that drives it. Attachment
flanges are provided on both the front and the rear of the LP rotor for
connection to the packager-supplied power shaft and load. The high-pressure
rotor consists of the 14-stage HPC and the 2-stage HPT that drives it. The
high-pressure (HP) core consists of the HPC, the combustor, and the HPT. The
high- and low-pressure turbines drive the high- and low-pressure
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Air enters the gas turbine at the IGV/VIGVs and passes into the LPC. The LPC
compresses the air by a ratio of approximately 2.4:1. Air leaving the LPC is directed
into the HPC. Variable bypass valves (VBVs) are arranged in the flow passage
between the two compressors to regulate the airflow entering the HPC at idle and at
low power. To further control the airflow, the HPC is equipped with variable stator
vanes (VSVs).
The HPC compresses the air to a ratio of approximately 12:1, resulting in a total
compression ratio of 30:1, relative to ambient. From the HPC, the air is directed
into the single annular combustor section, where it mixes with the fuel from 30 fuel
nozzles. An igniter initially ignites the fuel-air mixture then, once combustion is
self-sustaining, the igniter is turned off. The hot gas that results from combustion
is directed into the HPT that drives the HPC. This gas further expands through the
LPT, which drives the LPC and the output load.

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As in the aircraft industry, determine the left and right of the engine by looking into
the air flow or upstream. From this vantage point specific areas can be described
using their clock hour positions, such as 3 oclock for the right side and 9
oclock for the left side, etc.
Various signals measured on the LM6000 gas turbine are called after the so called
engine stations, which are engine locations, numbered in the direction of airflow,
from 0 to 8. Station 0 (zero) is the LP compressor inlet; station 8 is the power
turbine exhaust. Typical signal names refer to the stations. Station numbers may
be subdivided, using alphabetical character or a decimal as a suffix.

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Complete list of LM6000


stations:
1
VIGV inlet
2
LPC inlet
2.3 LPC discharge
2.4 LPC bleed
2.5 HPC inlet
2.6 HPC bleed 7th stage
2.7 HPC bleed 8th stage
2.8 HPC bleed 11th stage
3
HPC discharge
3.6 Fuel nozzle
4
HPT inlet (nozzle)
4.1 HPT 1st stage blade
4.2 HPT exhaust
4.8 LPT inlet
5
LPT exhaust
5.5 LPT rear frame exhaust
5.6 LPT exhaust diffuser
Items in bold denote engine instrumentation locations.
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3.3 BEARINGS AND SUMPS

Roller bearings take radial loads


Ball bearings take radial and axial (thrust) loads
Each rotating system uses one ball bearing
The LP system uses the 1B bearing for axial position
The HP system uses the 4B bearing for axial position

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Sump A houses the No. 1B, No. 2R, and No. 3R bearings. The No. 1B bearing is a balltype thrust bearing that carries the thrust loads for the LP rotor (LPC and LPT). The No.
2R bearing supports the low-pressure compressor rotor (LPCR) and the No. 3R bearing
supports the high-pressure compressor rotor (HPCR) forward shaft.
The B and C sump houses the No. 4R bearing, the No. 4B bearing and the No. 5R
bearing. The No. 4R bearing supports the aft shaft of the HPCR. The No. 4B bearing
carries the thrust loads for the HPR (HPC and HPT). The No. 5R bearing supports
the high-pressure turbine rotor (HPTR) at its forward shaft.

The D and E sump houses the No. 6R and No. 7R bearings. The No. 6R bearing supports
the forward end of the low-pressure turbine rotor (LPTR) shaft. The No. 7R bearing
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Synthetic lube oil is supplied to the bearings and scavenged out of the sumps by a
seven (7) element pump assembly. A single supply element provides lubricating oil to all
the bearings and gearboxes. The remaining six elements are utilized to scavenge oil
away from the bearing sumps and gearboxes. The sump-A scavenge oil drains to the
transfer gearbox (TGB) through the 6:00 oclock compressor front frame (CFF) strut that
houses the radial driveshaft. Oil is then scavenged through the transfer gearbox. The
No. 4R/4B and No. 5R bearing zones of the sump-B and sump-C are individually
scavenged, as are the No. 6R and No. 7R bearing zones of the D and E sump. All sumps
emit oil mist-carrying air that is vented to a packager-supplied air-oil separator.

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Dry Sump Construction (Simplified)

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The gas turbine design uses the dry sump system to provide lubrication to the gas
turbine main bearings. The dry sump system employs five subsystems:
Oil Supply - Oil is delivered to the bearings through jets pressurized by a supply pump
deliver oil onto the bearings.
Oil Scavenge - Oil scavenge is accomplished when suction, created by the pumping
action of a scavenge oil pump, is applied to a port in the lowest point of the oil-wetted
cavity.
Seal Pressurization - Bleed air, directed to the sump cavity by ports or tubes in the
engine structure, pressurizes seals.
Sump Vent - By venting the oil-wetted cavity out the top to ambient air pressure, a
positive flow of pressurizing air to the sump is maintained.
Cavity Drain - Oil leaked from the seals (sump B and sump C) is carried to an
overboard dump location.

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Bearing Oil Seals

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Bearing Oil Seals


When a fault occurs and oil leaks across the oil seals, it must not be allowed to become
a fire hazard or to contaminate the customer bleed air. Therefore, a drain is provided to
the pressurization chamber. The drainage line is directly connected to an overboard
drain port without shutoff so that, whenever the gas turbine is running, there is a flow of
air out the drain. Scavenge pumps are connected by tubes to a low drain point in each
sump. Whenever the gas turbine is running, the scavenge pumps are working to remove
the oil from the sump drains.
The Sump design uses pressurized labyrinth type oil seals between the sump housing
and the shaft to contain the oil within the sump, and pressurized labyrinth venting seals
to maintain pressurizing air separate from the primary gas turbine airflow.
The rotating seal provides multiple serrations machined to a knife edge. The
stationary shroud portion of the seal provides a surface opposite the knife edges. The
seals reduce the leakage from one cavity to the other. Sump pressurizing airflow
supply is a volume and pressure great enough to maintain a flow radially inward to the
sump cavity across the oil seals and outward to the gas turbine cavity across the air
seals. The airflow inward to the sump sweeps with it any oil that may be on the seals
keeping the oil contained in the sump. The inflowing air is removed by both the vent
system and the scavenge oil system.
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3.4 MAJOR COMPONENTS

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3.4 MAJOR COMPONENTS

Inlet Volute
Variable inlet guide vane (VIGV) assembly
Low-pressure compressor (LPC) assembly
Low-pressure compressor bypass-air collector
Variable bypass valve system
Low-pressure compressor front frame assembly
High-pressure compressor (HPC) assembly
Compressor rear frame assembly
Combustor assembly
High-pressure turbine assembly
Low-pressure turbine assembly
Turbine rear frame assembly
Accessory gearbox

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3.4.1 AIR INLET VOLUTE

Inlet Volute-ALF

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The Air Inlet Volute provides for a smooth transition of airflow from the air filter
enclosure into the first stage of the low pressure compressor. The volute changes
the airflow direction from a vertical to a horizontal flow. The air inlet casing
assembly comprises an external casing, approximately rectangular in shape, and
forms a circular internal casing to which the low pressure compressor mounts. The
generator drive shafts then runs through the center of the volute to the generator.

A flexible joint of Neoprene rubber polymer is fitted between the inlet volute and the
enclosure air ducting to accommodate relative movements. A trash screen (FOD
screen) is also included for additional protection against debris in the inlet system.

Mounted on the forward end (ALF) of the inlet volute are the online and offline
water wash manifolds. The LP SPRINT manifold is mounted on the rear (ALF) of
the volute. Located on the bottom of the volute is a drain line with check valve
that is plumbed to the customer provided waste fluid tank.

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3.4.2 INLET GUIDE VANE ASSEMBLY

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3.4.2 INLET GUIDE VANE ASSEMBLY


The air intake section is designed to interface with a radial inlet duct, which
allows inlet air to be drawn from the side or top or with an axial inlet system,
which draws air from the front. The radial inlet duct is compatible with either
forward or rear drive installations, while the axial inlet can be used only in rear
drive installations.

The Optional Variable Inlet Guide Vane Assembly (VIGV) is located at the
front of the LPC. It allows flow modulation at partial power, resulting in
increased engine efficiency. The VIGV system consists of 43 stationary,
leading-edge vanes and variable trailing flaps. The variable flaps can be
rotated from 10 degrees open to +60 degrees closed by means of an
actuation ring, which is driven by twin hydraulic actuators at the 3 oclock and
9 oclock positions. Both actuators are equipped with linear variabledifferential transformers (LVDTs).

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Normal engine operation is approximately 5 degrees open (full power) to +35


degrees closed (idle power). The flaps will also close during large power
reductions in order to quickly reduce the LPC flow rate and maintain the LPC stall
margin. The packager-supplied control is designed to provide excitation and
signal conditioning for both LVDTs. It also controls VIGV position by means of
closed-loop scheduling of the VIGV actuator position, based on LPC inlet
temperature (T2) and HPC discharge static pressure (PS3) corrected to gas
turbine inlet pressure conditions (P0).

The VIGV system improves performance for both simple cycle and heatrecovery cycles. It also helps minimize the variable bypass valve (VBV) flow
and pressure levels, thereby reducing associated flow noise. A pressurized
rotating seal between the VIGV hub and the LPC rotor prevents ingestion of
unfiltered air into the flow path. The LM6000 PC engine can be provided with or
without the VIGV assembly. LM6000 PC models without a VIGV assembly have
a 43-strut inlet frame.

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3.4.3 LOW-PRESSURE COMPRESSOR (LPC) ASSEMBLY


The forward end of the low-pressure compressor is mounted to the IGV/VIGV
assembly, while the rear mounts to the Compressor Front Frame (CFF).
The LM6000 LPC is a 5-stage, axial-flow compressor with a 5-stage fixed stator.
The LPC stator case contains the stator vanes for the LPC rotor. The case is
horizontally split to facilitate repair.

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LPC Rotor

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LPC Rotor
Individual disks are used in stages 0 and 1. Stages 2 thru 4 of the LPC rotor are an
integral spool. Stages 0 and 1 blades have been modified to include squealer tips.
Stage 0 blades are individually retained in the axial dovetail slots of the disk by a onepiece blade retainer. Stages 1 thru 4 LPC blades are retained in circumferential slots in
the stage 1 disk and stages 2 thru 4 spool. The blade-retention features permit individual
blade replacement. Blades in stages 0 thru 3 can be removed without removing the rotor.
As the compressor rotates, the blades load centrifugally and become tight fitting.

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Low Pressure Compressor Casing and Stators


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LPC Stator Vanes


The stages 0 thru 2 stator vanes are individually replaceable. The vanes are
shrouded to reduce vane response to aerodynamic forces. Wear strips are
utilized between the vane dovetails and the LPC casing slots. The stage 3
casing is a full-circumferential case and is lined with honeycomb material
over the rotor blade tips. Stage 3 vanes are bolted to the stage 3 case forward
flange. The stage 4 stator vanes are mounted in the front frame and supported
on the inside diameter by a support structure that is bolted to the engine front
frame.

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3.4.6 LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR BYPASS AIR COLLECTOR

The LPC bypass-air collector is a duct attached to the front frame. It collects LPC
discharge air, vented through the LPC bypass doors, and directs it overboard
through packager-provided ducting.

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Variable Bleed Valves

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Variable Bypass Valve System


The variable bypass valve (VBV) system is located in the front frame assembly. This
system is used to vent LPC discharge air overboard through the LPC bypass-air
collector in order to maintain LPC stall margin during starting, partial power operation,
and large power transients. The VBV system consists of 12 variable-position bypass
valves, 6 VBV actuators (two with LVDTs) Linear Variable Differential Transformer, 6
actuator bell cranks, 12 VBV doorbell cranks, and an actuation ring.

Actuators are installed at the 1 oclock, 3 oclock, 5 oclock, 7 oclock, 9 oclock, and 11
oclock positions on the engine. The six actuators are positioned with one VBV door on
each side of each actuator. Bell cranks and pushrods mechanically link the actuators, the
actuation ring, and the VBV doors. The actuator positions the actuation ring, which opens
and closes the VBV doors. The 5 oclock and 11 oclock position actuators are equipped
with integral LVDTs for position indication. The packager-supplied control is designed to
provide excitation and signal conditioning for both LVDTs and, to control VBV position by
means of closed-loop scheduling of VBV actuator position, based on LPC inlet
temperature (T2) and high-pressure (HP) rotor speed corrected to inlet conditions
(XN2.5R2).

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3.4.7 LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR FRONT FRAME ASSEMBLY


The front frame is a major structure that provides support for the LPC rotor and
the forward end of the HPC rotor through the No. 1B, No. 2R, and No. 3R bearings.
The frame also forms an airflow path between the LPC and the HPC inlet. Front
engine mount provisions are located on the front frame 3 oclock and 9 oclock
positions. One pad is included on the frame outer case for mounting HPC inlet
temperature sensors T2.5 and HPC pressure sensor P2.5. The sensors provide
control information to the fuel management system.
The front frame is made from a high-strength stainless steel casting. Twelve
equally spaced radial struts are used between the hub and outer case to provide
support for the inner hub. Twelve variable-position bypass valve doors are
located on the outer wall for LPC discharge bleed.

The front frame contains the engine A-sump, which includes a thrust bearing
(1B) and roller bearing (2R) that support the LPC rotor, and a roller bearing
(3R) that supports the forward end of the HPC rotor. Lubrication oil supply and
scavenge lines for the A sump are routed inside the frame struts. The inlet
gearbox is located in the A sump with the radial drive shaft extending outward
through the strut located at the 6 oclock position.
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Inlet Gearbox
Radial Drive
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Radial Drive Assembly


The radial drive shaft assembly is located in the 6 oclock CFF strut. The shafts
serve to transmit torque from the Inlet Gearbox (IGB) to the Transfer Gearbox (TGB).
The drive shaft assembly consists of three machined, tubular steel shafts, housing,
and bearings.

The upper radial shaft is splined at the upper end to the IGB and at the lower end to
the radial mid-shaft. The shaft is enclosed by the front frame and supported by a ball
bearing at its lower end. The radial mid-shaft is splined at the upper end to the upper
shaft and at the lower end to the lower shaft. The mid-shaft is enclosed in a housing
and supported by a ball bearing at its lower end. The lower radial shaft is splined at
the upper end to the mid-shaft and at its lower end to the TGB. The lower shaft is
enclosed by the radial adapter portion of the TGB.

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HPC CASE
(UPPER HALF)

HPC ROTOR

HPC CASE
(LOWER HALF)

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3.4.8 HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR (HPC) ASSEMBLY


The LM6000 HPC is a 14-stage, axial-flow compressor. It incorporates VIGVs and
variable stators in stages 05 to provide stall-free operation and high efficiency
throughout the starting and operating range. Provisions for customer-use bleed air
are available at stage 8 and at the compressor discharge. On earlier PA/PB model
turbines the seventh and eleventh stages bleed air is utilized, while, later versions
(PC/PD) use eighth and eleventh stage bleed air. Compressor discharge air is
extracted for cooling and pressurization of the engine components.

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High Pressure Compressor Rotor Layout

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HPC Rotor
The HPC rotor is a bolted assembly of five major structural elements
consisting of a stage 1 disk, a stage 2 disk with an integral forward
shaft, stages 39 spool, a stage 10 disk, and stages 1114 spool with an
integral rear shaft. These structural elements are connected through
fully rabbeted joints at stage 2 and stage 10. On newer model HPC there
are only four major structural elements. In these versions, the 10th
stage disk has been deleted and added as an integral component of the
10--14 stage spool assembly.

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Typical Blade Profiles

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Disk 1 and 2 Loading

Stages 1 and 2 blades are individually retained in axial dovetail slots, and the remaining
blades are held in circumferential dovetail slots. These features allow individual stage 1
blade replacement without disassembly of the rotor.
Stage 1 blades are shrouded at mid-span for the purpose of reducing vibratory stress. All
other blades are cantilevered from the rotor structure.

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HP STATOR
CASE (UPPER)

VARIABLE STATOR VANES


STAGE 1
VANES

VIGV

G-145-04

HP STATOR
CASE (LOWER)

HPC Stator Casing


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HPC STATOR
The HPC stator consists of a cast stator case that contains the compressor stator
vanes. The inlet guide vanes and the stages 15 vanes can be rotated about the axis
of their mounting trunnions to vary the pitch of the airfoils in the compressor flow
path. Vane airfoils in the remaining stages are stationary. All fixed and variable
vanes are non-interchangeable with other stages to prevent incorrect assembly. The
casing is split along the horizontal split-line for ease of assembly and maintenance.
The inlet guide vanes and the stages 1 and 2 vane shrouds also support interstage
rotor seals. The shrouds are designed to allow the removal of either half of the
compressor casing. There are 14 axial stations provided for borescope inspection of
blades and vanes.

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HPC Stator Casing and Vane


Assembly

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VARIABLE STATOR VANE ASSEMBLY


The VSV assembly, an integral part of the HPC stator, consists of two VSV
actuators and levers, actuation rings, and linkages for each VSV stage. Stator
vane position is vital to stable, efficient operation of the engine. While the HPC is
designed for peak aerodynamic efficiency at full power and full speed, it must
also operate at lower speeds. At these lower speeds, the later stages of the
compressor cannot consume all the air delivered by the earlier stages. The
variable stators accommodate this situation by limiting the compression ratio of
the first six stages of the compressor at low speeds and changing the
compression at higher speeds.
This is accomplished with two hydraulic actuators, one at the 3:00 oclock
position and one at the 9:00 oclock position. Each actuator uses an LVDT for
position feedback to the control system. The control system is designed to
provide excitation and signal conditioning for both LVDTs, and to control VSV
position by means of closed-loop scheduling of VSV actuator position, based
on corrected HP rotor speed (XN2.5R) and inlet temperature (T2.5).

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Actuator

Variable Stator Vane


Assembly

Variable Stator Vane


Actuation Rings

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Compressor Rear Frame Assembly


The compressor rear frame (CRF) assembly connects the compressor-casing flange
to the high-pressure turbine nozzle assembly and consists of an outer case, 10 struts,
and the B- and C-sump housings. The outer case supports the combustor, fuel
manifolds and fuel nozzles, two ultraviolet flame detectors for flame sensing, an
accelerometer, discharge static (P3) and HPC discharge temperature sensor (T3). The
hub provides support for a thrust bearing (4B) and two roller bearings (4R and 5R) to
support the midsection of the HP rotor system.

Bearing axial and radial loads, and a portion of the first-stage nozzle load, are
transmitted through the hub and 10 radial struts to the case. The hub, struts, and
outer casing are a one-piece casting. The casting is welded to the fuel
embossment ring and bolted to the aft case. This serves as the structural load
path between the compressor casing and the HPT stator case. Seven borescope
ports are provided for inspection of the combustor, pre-mixers, and HPT. B-sump
and C-sump service lines are contained in, and pass through, the CRF struts.

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Combustor Assembly
The LM6000 gas turbine uses a singular annular combustor and is furnished with 30
externally mounted fuel nozzles for liquid distillate fuel, natural gas fuel, or dual fuel,
depending upon the fuel system specified by the customer. Fuel systems may also
be equipped for water or steam injection for NOx suppression. This combustion
system is a high-performance design that has consistently demonstrated low exit
temperature pattern factors, low-pressure loss, low smoke, and high combustion
efficiency at all operating conditions.

SINGULAR ANNULAR COMBUSTOR


Key features of the singular annular combustor are the rolled-ring inner and outer
liners; the low-smoke emission, swirl-cup dome design and the short burning length.
The short burning length reduces liner cooling air consumption, which improves the
exit temperature pattern factor and profile. The swirl-cup dome design serves to leanout the fuel-air mixture in the primary zone of the combustor. This eliminates the
formation of the high-carbon visible smoke that can result from over-rich burning in
this zone.

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Swirler with Liquid Fuel Nozzle

Combustion Liner Assembly

DLE

SAC

Outer Liner

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Combustion Liner Assembly


The combustion liner assembly is supported entirely at the aft end. The support ring on
the outer liner is trapped in a groove on the compressor rear frame (CRF) aft end with
the high pressure turbine case. The inner liner is supported by the inner flow path of the
CRF. The combustion assembly consists of an inner cowl, an outer cowl, a dome, and
an inner and outer liner.

COWL
The cowl consists of 2 parts, the inner and outer cowls separated by the dome. Its
purpose is to form a smooth leading-edge which splits and meters the incoming air
flow to the combustion assembly.

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DOME
The dome is a fabricated component consisting of 30 vortex inducing swirl
assemblies consisting of two counter-rotating primary and secondary swirlers.
Their purpose is to provide flame stabilization and complete mixing of the fuel air
mixture. The primary swirler floats on the face of the secondary swirler to allow
growth difference for the fuel nozzles. The entire surface of the dome is swept by
a film of cooling air.

LINERS
The inner and outer liners are composed of a series of circumferentially rolled ring
strips joined together by resistance welding. They are protected from convective
and radiant heat by continuous circumferential film cooling. Combustion zone
dilution and mixing air entry is provided by a pattern of various sized circular holes
in each ring. These holes provide recirculation for flame stabilization and
shape the exit gas profile. Ports and tube assemblies have been located at the 3:00
and 5:00 o'clock positions for the igniter plugs. The liners and dome have a thermal
barrier coating applied to the hot side.

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IGNITION SYSTEM

The energy level of the ignition system is lethal, and personnel


should never contact output from the ignition exciters, leads or
igniter plugs.

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IGNITION SYSTEM
The ignition system produces the high-energy sparks that ignite the fuel-air mixture in
the combustor during starting. The system consists of high-energy spark igniters, a
high-energy capacitor-discharge ignition exciter, and an interconnecting cable. The
ignition cables interconnect directly between the package-mounted exciters and the
igniters, which are mounted on the engine compressor rear frame.
During the start sequence, fuel is ignited by the igniter, which is energized by the
ignition exciter. Once combustion becomes self-sustaining, the igniter is de-energized
at 400 F (204 C).

Proper installation of the igniter plug on the combustion chamber is essential for
long operating life. The igniter plug has a special distance (packing) ring that must
be installed between the plug and compressor rear frame. The correct distance of
the plug in the rear frame is important, both for operation and cooling, and it can be
adjusted with the distance ring. Cooling is achieved with compressor air flowing
alongside the igniter plug tip. Also, 12 holes in the plug tip are present for cooling
purposes and, finally, 6 holes provide cooling air for the igniter plug shank.

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The ignition system is normally energized only during the starting sequence. However,
the circuit should be arranged so that the ignition system can be manually operated for
maintenance and testing.

To ensure a successful light off, the ignition system is comprised of two


independent ignition systems. Due to already increased air temperature from
compression through the compressor, and fuel atomization from the fuel nozzle, it
is possible to achieve ignition with only one igniter. Running two independent
systems ensures the ability to maintain normal operations even with the complete
loss of one system. Because of this configuration it is necessary to check the
operation of the igniter system on a routine basis in accordance with the
maintenance work package.

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Typically the igniters should be checked when a turbine fails to light-off and all other
primary start requirements are met. Such as:
Proper acceleration of the HPC (XN2.5)
Proper CDP pressure (P3)
Proper fuel valve Position
This type of failure is due to loss of both igniters. The only igniter indication that the
operator can monitor is the logic state change on the Turbine Overview Screen. The
operator screen change is a function of an energized relay coil. If there is a failure in
the ignition system, the screen may indicate proper operation but, in reality, the
system is inoperable. Because of the high voltage generated by the exciter module,
there is no feedback of the igniter output to give a true indication of proper operation
of the circuit.
Duty cycle is:
90 seconds ON max, 2 start cycles in a 30 minute period
Power input is:
106-124 volt AC, Requirement at 60 Hz or 50 Hz

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Igniter Location
Igniter 3 Oclock Location

Igniter Mounting Detail


Igniter 5 Oclock Location
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High-Pressure Turbine Assembly


The LM6000 HPT is an air-cooled, two-stage design with demonstrated high
efficiency. The HPT system consists of the HPT rotor and the stage 1 and stage 2
HPT nozzles. The HPT assembly drives the HPC rotor by extracting energy from
the hot-gas path stream.

HPT ROTOR
The HPT rotor assembly consists of the stage 1 disk and integral shaft, a
conical impeller spacer with cover, a thermal shield and a stage-2 disk.
Forward and aft rotating air seals are assembled to the HPT rotor and provide
air-cooled cavities around the rotor system. An integral coupling nut and
pressure tube is used to form and seal the internal cavity. The rotor disks and
blades are cooled by a continuous flow of compressor discharge air. This air is
directed to the internal cavity of the rotor through diffuser vanes that are part
of the forward seal system.

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The stage 1 disk/shaft design combines the rotor forward shaft and stage 1 disk into
a one-piece unit. Torque is transmitted to the compressor rotor through an internal
spline at the forward end of the disk/shaft. The stage 1 blades fit into axial dovetail
slots in the disk. The stage 2 disk incorporates a flange on the forward side for
transmitting torque to the stage 1 disk. An aft flange supports the aft air seal and the
integral coupling nut and pressure tube. Stage 2 blades fit into axial dovetail slots in
the disk.

Internally cooled turbine blades are used in both stages. Both stages of blades are
cooled by compressor discharge air flowing through the blade shank into the airfoil.
The cone-shaped impeller spacer serves as the structural support between the turbine
disks. The spacer also transmits torque from the stage 2 disk to the stage 1 disk. The
catenary-shaped thermal shield forms the outer portion of the turbine rotor cooling air
cavity and serves as the rotating portion of the interstage gas path seal.

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Stage 1 HPT NozzleThe stage 1 HPT nozzle consists of 23 two-vane segments bolted
to a nozzle support attached to the hub of the CRF.

High-Pressure Turbine Blade Cooling


Stage 1 High-Pressure Turbine BladesFirst-stage turbine blades, contained within
the CRF, are internally cooled with HPC discharge air. The HPC discharge air is
directed through the turbine disk to the blade roots, passing through inlet holes in the
shank to serpentine passages within the airfoil section of the blade. This air finally
exits through nose and gill holes in the leading edge of the blades, where it forms an
insulating film over the airfoil surface through holes in the cap at the outer end of the
blade and through holes in the trailing edge of the airfoil.

Stage 2 High-Pressure Turbine BladesBecause the hot-gas path stream is cooler


when it reaches the second-stage turbine blades, the cooling required to maintain a
suitable metal temperature is not as great as with the first stage. The second-stage
blades are, therefore, only cooled by convection. The air moves through passages
within the airfoil section and is discharged only at the blade tips.

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High-Pressure Turbine Nozzle Cooling

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High-Pressure Turbine Nozzle Cooling


Compressor discharge air is used to cool the nozzle vanes and support bands to maintain
the metal temperatures at the levels required for extended operating life. Stage 11discharge air enters at the top and bottom of each vane. The air cools the vanes internally,
and is then discharged through a large number of small holes and slots strategically
located so the air forms an insulating film over the entire surface of the vanes.
Stage 2 HPT NozzleThe stage 2 HPT nozzle assembly consists of stage 2 nozzle
segments, stages 1 and 2 HPT shrouds and shroud supports, HPT stator support (case),
and interstage seals. There are 24 paired nozzle-vane segments. The nozzle vanes are
internally cooled by HPC Stage 11 air.

The stage 2 nozzles are supported by the stage 1 shroud support. They are also bolted to
the stage 2 shroud support forward leg, which is attached by a flange to the outer
structural wall. The stage 1 shroud system features segmented supports and shroud
segments to maintain turbine clearance.
The turbine shrouds form a portion of the outer aerodynamic flow path through the
turbine. They are axially aligned with the turbine blades and form a pressure seal to
minimize HP gas leakage around the tips of the blades.
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HPT Interstage Seal

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Low-Pressure Turbine Assembly


The LPT drives the LPC and load device using the core gas turbine discharge gas
flow for energy. The principal components of the LPT module are a five-stage stator,
a five-stage rotor supported by the No. 6R and No. 7R bearings, and a cast Turbine
Rear Frame (TRF) supporting the stator casing and the No. 6R and No. 7R bearings.
LPT ROTOR
The LPT rotor assembly drives the LPC through the LP mid-shaft and drives a load
through either the mid-shaft or from an aft drive adapter on the rear of the LPT rotor.
The LPT rotor assembly consists of five stages of bladed disks and a shaft subassembly. The rotor is supported by the No. 6R and No. 7R bearings in the D and E
sump of the TRF.

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Each LPT rotor stage consists of a bladed disk subassembly that is comprised of
a disk, turbine blades, and blade retainers, interstage air seals, assembly bolts,
and balance weights. Integral flanges on each disk provide assembly bolt holes in
a low-stress area of the disk. Blade retainers hold the turbine blades in the axial
dovetail slots.
The turbine shaft assembly is a torque cone coupled to the mid-shaft through a
spline and is bolted to the stage 2 and stage 3 turbine disk flanges. It also
provides the journal for the D- and E-sump air/oil seal and the No. 6R and No. 7R
bearing interfaces. The rotating portion of the balance piston system mounts on
the shaft aft of the No. 7R bearing seals. Additionally, the aft shaft spline provides
for driving the output load from the rear through the aft drive adapter.

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LPT Rotor Detail

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LPT NOZZLES
The five-stage stator assembly consists of a one-piece tapered 360 casing, five stages
of interlocking tip shrouds, and a 12-segment LPT case external cooling manifold. Aircooled, first-stage nozzle segments with a bolt-on pressure balance seal, four
additional stages of nozzle segments with bolt-on inter-stage seals, and
instrumentation and borescope ports also make up the stator assembly.

First stage nozzle cooling air is supplied from the 8th stage HPC bleed air header and high
pressure recoup air.
The LPT casing is the load-carrying structure between the HPT stator case and the TRF.
The casing contains internal machined flanges that provide hooks to support the nozzle
segments and stops to assure nozzle alignment and seating. Borescope inspection ports
are provided along the right side, aft looking forward (ALF) from the 2:30 to 4:30 positions
at nozzle stages 1, 2, and 4.

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Low Pressure Turbine Case


The stage 1-nozzle vanes provide capability for LPT inlet instrumentation. Eight
separate shielded chromel-alumel (type K) thermocouple probes are installed on
the LPT stator case to sense LPT inlet temperature. Each dual-element T4.8 sensor
reads an average of the two elements for a total of eight control readings. Two
flexible harnesses, each connected to four of the probes, are routed to connectors
on the No. 4 electrical panel. The engine also has an LPT inlet gas total pressure
(P4.8) probe located on the right side of the LPT stator case. Seals minimize the air
leakage around the inner ends of the nozzles, and shrouds minimize air leakage
over the tips of the turbine blades

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LPT Case Cooling Airflow

LPT Case Cooling Manifold


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LPT CASE COOLING


Later models of the
LM6OOO-PA, as well as
the -PC, have a cooling
manifold, which is used
to reduce casing
temperatures as well as
to lower blade tip
clearance to improve
efficiency. Air provided
from the Compressor
Front Frame (CFF) is
utilized as the cooling
medium.
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Turbine Rear Frame Assembly


The turbine rear frame (TRF) is a one-piece casting that provides the gas
turbine exhaust flow path and the supporting structure for the D and E
sump, the LPT rotor thrust balance assembly, the LPT rotor shaft, and the
aft drive adapter. Fourteen radial struts function as outlet guide vanes to
straighten the exhaust airflow into the exhaust diffuser for enhanced
performance. Lubrication oil supply and scavenge lines for the D and E
sump and LPT rotor speed sensors (XNSD-A and XNSD-B) are routed
through the struts.

The LPT rotor thrust balance system is designed to maintain the axial
thrust loading on the No. 1B thrust bearing within design limits. The
balance piston static seal is mounted to the TRF hub. Stage 11 HPC
bleed air is routed through three TRF struts to generate the required
axial loading through the rotor thrust balance system.

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LOW-PRESSURE ROTOR BALANCE PISTON SYSTEM


A balance piston system has been included in the aft-end of the engine to control
thrust loading on the No. 1B bearing. These loads are imposed by LPC and LPT
and vary with output power. Forward axial loads are applied by varying air
pressure in the balance piston air cavity to maintain thrust loads within the
capability of the bearing.

The balance piston system consists of the balance piston disk, the balance piston casing,
their associated seals, and the dome-shaped cavity formed by these parts. This cavity is
pressurized by stage 11 HPC bleed air. The balance piston casing is attached to the aft-inner
hub of the TRF; the balance piston disk is attached to the LPT shaft. Thrust is monitored by a
total-pressure probe (P48) and static-pressure probe (PS55).

In earlier systems, balance piston pressurization air from the 11th stage high pressure
compressor was controlled by an electrically operated, hydraulically actuated control
valve called a thrust balance valve. Hydraulic fluid for valve actuation is supplied from
the variable geometry hydraulic control unit. A bypass line with orifice was supplied to
ensure positive balance piston pressure in case of valve failure. Current LM6000
production units are supplied with orifice only for supply of 11th stage bleed air to the
balance piston.
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Accessory Gearbox
Engine starting, lubrication, and speed monitoring of the HP rotor shaft are
accomplished by accessories mounted on the accessory gearbox (AGB).
The AGB is mounted beneath the gas generator at the compressors front frame.
Fitted to the aft side of the gearbox is the hydraulic starting motor clutch, which
drives the transfer gearbox, radial drive shaft, and inlet gearbox in A-sump to rotate
the HPC rotor.
The following accessories are mounted on the AGB:
Hydraulic starting motor
Clutch assembly
Variable-geometry control unit
Engine lube oil pump
Fuel-metering valve hydraulic oil pump (optional)
Two magnetic speed pickups (XN25-A and XN25-B)
Transfer gearbox
Radial drive shaft
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ENGINE AIRFLOW
Air enters the engine at the inlet of the variable inlet guide vanes (VIGVs) and passes
into the low-pressure compressor (LPC). The low-pressure compressor compresses the
air by a ratio of approximately 2.4:1. Air leaving the low-pressure compressor is
directed into the high-pressure compressor (HPC) and is regulated at idle and low
power by variable bypass valves (VBVs) arranged in the flow passage between the two
compressors.
The airflow in the 14-stage HPC is regulated by VIGVs and five stages of variable
stator vanes (VSVs). The HPC compression ratio is approximately 12:1. HPC
discharge and stage 8 bleed air are extracted, as necessary, for emissions control.
Compressor discharge air is then directed to the combustor section.
Air entering the combustor is mixed with the fuel and ignited. Once combustion
becomes self-sustaining, the igniter is de-energized. The combustion gases then exit
to the high-pressure turbine (HPT).
The hot gases from combustion are then directed into the HPT, which drives HPC. The
exhaust gases exit the HPT and enter the low-pressure turbine (LPT), which drives both the
LPC and the output load. The exhaust gases pass through the LPT and exit through the
exhaust duct.
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Compressor Discharge Pressure Usage

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TURBINE INSTRUMENTATION
AGB
CDF
IGV
LVDT
RTD
TC
TM
TGB
TRF

Accessory Gearbox
Compressor Rear Frame
Inlet Guide Vane
Linear Variable Differential Transducer
Resistance Temperature Detector
Thermocouple
Torque Motor
Transfer Gearbox
Turbine Rear Frame

T4.8
T2
T2.5
T3
VBV
VSV
XNSD
XN2
XN25

Low Pressure Turbine Entry Temperature


Low Pressure Compressor Inlet Temperature
Low Pressure Compressor Discharge Temperature
High Pressure Compressor Discharge Temperature
Variable Bypass Vane
Variable Stator Vane
Low Pressure Turbine Rotor Speed
Low Pressure Rotor Speed
High Pressure Rotor Speed

LM6000 Electrical Cable Panel Nomenclature

Cabling
The LM6000 Is supplied with electrical cables for interconnection between
package mounted junction boxes and the engine. Each of the cables
connects the engine at 1 of 4 electrical panels. Instrumentation leads are
isolated from power leads, shielded, and run in conduits carrying only other
very low level leads.
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Panel 1

Panel 2

Panel 4

Panel 3
Electrical Panels
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HPC Speed Sensors

Engine Speed Sensors


The AGB is equipped with two
reluctance-type speed sensors
mounted in the accessory
gearbox section of the TGB
assembly for sensing HPC rotor
speed. The speed signal is
produced by sensing passing
gear teeth frequency on a spur
gear in the accessory gearbox
section. Harnesses are routed to
the No. 2 electrical panel.

XN2.5A & XN2.5B

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Low-Pressure Turbine
Speed Sensor

Low-Pressure Turbine Speed


Sensor
The LPT is equipped with 2
reluctance-type sensors,
mounted in the turbine rear
frame at strut Nos. 2 and 9.
These sensors detect and
measure the tooth-passing
frequency of a toothed
sensor ring attached to the
LPT rotor shaft. Each
sensor has an integral lead
which terminates on the No.
4 electrical panel. XNSD (Left
and Right Side)

XNSD
(Left and Right Side)
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Engine Vibration Sensors

Vibration Sensors
The engine is equipped with two
accelerometers, one on the CRF and
one on the TRF. These accelerometers
provide protection against self-induced
synchronous vibration. Each sensor is
capable of monitoring both high-speed
and low-speed rotor vibration levels.
Each accelerometer sensor has an
integral lead that is routed to one of the
electrical panels: CRF accelerometer to
the No. 3 electrical panel and TRF
accelerometer to the No.4 electrical
panel.
Accelerometer
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Compressor Temperature/Pressure Sensing

LPC Inlet Temperature (T2)

HPC Inlet Temperature and Pressure (T2.5, P2.5)

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LPC Inlet Temperature (T2)


The engine is equipped with a probe to measure the LPC inlet temperature
(T2). The probe contains a dual element, Resistance-Temperature Detector
(RTD) with an integral lead terminating at the No. 1 electrical panel. The
probe is located in the IGV/VIGV case which contains provisions for a
second optional probe.

HPC Inlet Temperature and Pressure (T2.5, P2.5)


The engine is equipped with a probe to measure the HPC inlet total
temperature (T2.5) the inlet total pressure (P2.5) of the HPC. The probe
contains a dual-element Resistance-Temperature Detector (RTD) with an
integral lead terminating at the No.2 electrical panel.

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HP Compressor Discharge Temperature (T3)

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FLAME SENSORS
An ultraviolet flame sensor detects the presence or loss of flame in the engine combustion
system for control system logic use in sequencing and monitoring.

The flame sensor hardware consists of two ultraviolet sensor assemblies and two
flame-viewing window assemblies, mounted on two holes in the compressor rear
frame. The flame sensors come equipped with integral leads, which are connected
directly to the packager-supplied signal conditioner.

When turbine speed drops below a defined threshold (Control Constant), the Flame Sensor
Reference Shutdown (FSRSD) ramps to a blowout of one flame detector. The sequencing
logic remembers which flame detectors were functional when the breaker opened. When any
of the functional flame detectors senses a loss of flame, speed decreases at a higher rate
until flame-out occurs, after which fuel flow is stopped.
Fired shutdown is an improvement over the former fuel shutoff at dropout. By
maintaining flame down to a lower speed, there is significant reduction in the strain
developed on the hot gas path parts at the time of fuel shut off.

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Flame Sensor (Extended Profile)

Flame Sensor (Low Profile)

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Low Pressure Turbine Inlet Temperature (T4.8) Sensor

Low Pressure Turbine Inlet Temperature (T4.8)


Sensor
There are eight separate shielded chromelalumel (type K) thermocouple probes that are
installed on the LPT Stator case to sense LPT
inlet temperature. There are two flexible
harnesses; each is connected to four of the
probes and routed to connectors on the No.4
electrical panel.
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Turbine Inlet Total Pressure (P4.8) Sensor


The engine includes a LPT inlet gas total pressure
(P4.8) probe located on the LPT stator case. The
interconnecting tubing between the P4.8 probe and
the thrust balance controller is mounted on the
No.4 electrical panel. The transducer tap
connection is located on the controller block.

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Lube Oil Pump

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Lube Oil Pump Sensors


Seven dual-element platinum RTDs are provided as standard equipment on the
engine for measurement of the lube oil supply and scavenge oil temperature.
The RTDs sense temperatures of the bearing lube supply and scavenge from the
individual sump (accessory gearbox AGB), TGB A, B, C, D, and E sumps. The
cables for these RTDs are routed to the No. 2 electrical panel.
The engine is equipped with electrical/magnetic remote-reading chip detectors in
the TGB, sump A, sump B and common scavenge return lines. Each standard
chip detector indicates chip collection when resistance across the detector
drops. Chip detector leads are connected to the No. 2 electrical panel.

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Engine Operating Parameters


The major engine components, sensors and important operating parameters are illustrated
on the previous page.
The engine-mounted sensors noted in the chart supply data for the fuel governor and
sequencing systems.
Independent software algorithms control inlet guide vanes, VBVs, and VSVs in the off-engine
control system. The hydraulic actuators are an Electro-hydraulic type with built-in Linear
Voltage Differential Transformer (LVDT), which provides accurate position feedback to the
control system of the VG component.

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Introduction to Turbine Support Systems,


Documentation, and System Configuration

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The Gas Turbine Generator Package includes multiple mechanical and electrical
systems which are required for proper operation of the unit as a whole. These
systems include starting, lubrication, fuel delivery and air handling. For each
system described in this section, the operator will be introduced to:
Documentation for each system
Theory of operation
Location of major components
Function of components and normal operation of system
Operator Interface Display and requirements
Abnormal operation, alarm and shutdown actions

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The mechanical and electrical drawings are the documents that define the
configuration of this unit. The mechanical and electrical drawings provided have
been carefully detailed to include all the engineering and design data required to
fully understand and operate this turbine-generator system. The mechanical
drawings illustrate sub-system flows, both off-skid and on-skid. The electrical
drawings illustrate interconnection of the devices identified on the mechanical
drawings and, therefore, should be used in conjunction with the mechanical
drawings.
The most important key to reading and understanding mechanical and electrical
equipment drawings is your ability to read symbols. You must be able to identify and
read symbols to successfully interpret the technical and operational information
that equipment drawings provide. Because space is often at a minimum on
drawings, abbreviations are used to identify equipment components. Two of the
most useful drawings available to help in understanding equipment drawings are
the Flow and Equipment Symbols, Mechanical drawings and the Electrical Symbols,
Abbreviations and Reference Data Drawings.

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Flow and Equipment Symbols- Mechanical drawings are used to indicate the type of
mechanical components installed in your system. They will identify the symbols and
provide the names and name abbreviations of mechanical equipment symbols,
piping symbols, hydraulic symbols, safety devices, and connection points located on
your equipment.
Excerpts from XXX231, Flow and Equipment Symbols drawing are shown above.

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Electrical Symbols, Abbreviations and Reference Data drawings are used to indicate
the type of electrical components installed in your system. They will identify the
symbols and provide the names and name abbreviations of basic electrical symbols,
circuit breakers, contacts, relays, and switches. They will also provide you with the
symbols for transmission paths, one-line diagrams, and transformers.
Examples from Electrical Symbols Abbreviations and Reference Data, drawing
XXX005, are shown above.

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FLOW AND INSTRUMENT DRAWING

MATERIAL LISTINGS
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Flow & Instrument Diagrams


These drawings define the flow characteristics, start permissives, device set points
and control-logic data. Flow (in gpm or scfm), filtration requirements,
pressure-limiting, and shutdown responses are identified on these drawings.
Together with the wiring and system wiring diagrams, these drawings define each
system and its related components.

Flow and Instrument Drawings also include material lists which identify each
component by tag number, device description, manufacturer, and part number.

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General Arrangement Drawings


These drawings provide isometric, plan-and-elevation, and physical configuration
data about major pieces of equipment, including skid interconnection-interface
information and installation and footprint data. Data regarding the actual size and
dimensions of major equipment may also be found on these drawings.

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This LM6000 system consists of an enclosed main (turbine) skid, a generator and one or
more auxiliary skids. The main skid contains a General Electric (GE) turbine engine
(Model LM6000) connected to an air-cooled generator through an engine-generator
coupling.
The gas turbine generator package is equipped with a main unit enclosure. The unit
enclosure is designed for outdoor installation with wind loads up to 100 mph (161 km/h).
The enclosure has separate compartments for the generator and the gas turbine. Each
compartment is provided with access doors and AC lighting.
The turbine and generator compartment walls are supported by a structural steel
framework and will withstand external wind loading plus the internal pressure
developed by the fire extinguishing system. Enclosure walls are a sandwich
construction filled with insulation blankets of high temperature sound attenuation
material.

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The turbine compartment contains an integral overhead bridge crane to facilitate engine
removal.
50Hz Units
A speed reducer will be mounted between the engine and generator. This unit will
reduce the nominal 3600 rpm (60Hz) LP rotor shaft output speed down to the generator
input speed of 3000 rpm.
The speed reduction gear is typically lubricated by the generator mineral lube oil
system and is equipped with a turning gear motor for assisted rotation during start-up
and cooldown.

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Inlet Air System Module


The overhead air filter housing provides filtration for turbine combustion air and
ventilation air for both the turbine enclosure and generator. The inlet air system is
discussed separately under the Ventilation and Combustion Air System. The system
also includes silencer assemblies for noise control.
Turbine Exhaust
The LM6000 exhausts through a flange located in the end of the turbine enclosure.
This axial exhaust provides low restrictions and a direct path into optional or
customer-supplied silencing or heat recovery equipment.

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The LM6000 static barrier filter removes more than 99.9 percent of all particles
5.0 micron and larger by utilizing a three-stage design.
Typical airflow volumes through the filter assembly during baseload operation
are listed below:
Engine Combustion Air

230,000 scfm / 6,514 m3/min.

Turbine Ventilation Air

60,000 scfm / 1,699 m3/min.

Generator Ventilation Air

45,000 scfm / 1,274 m3/min.

Total Typical Air Flow

355,000 scfm / 9,487 m3/min.

Noise Control
The enclosure and air inlet silencer reduce the average near field noise to 85 dB
at three feet (1.0 m) from the enclosure and five feet (1.5 m) above grade.
Far-field noise levels will be determined by the design of the heat recovery
system or exhaust silencer. For most applications the steady-state noise levels
emanating from one standard LM6000 60 Hz generator package at 400 feet (122
m) will comply with 59 dB. Lower noise limits can be provided with optional
silencing equipment. Noise control will depend on the scope of the equipment
supplied, the site plan, and project specific requirements. Noise control may be
selected either to meet current noise requirements, or at a level to allow for
future site expansion.
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SKID MOUNTED AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT


Typical installations employ a primary auxiliary equipment skid which contains the
following equipment:
Synthetic lube oil reservoir, duplex scavenge filter (duplex shell/tube oil-to-coolant
heat exchangers may also be mounted on this skid)
Electro-hydraulic start system
On-line/off-line water wash system (including instrument air filter)
Sprint System (Optional)
Gas fuel filters
Separate skids my be provided for:
Liquid Fuel System
Fire System (CO2 cylinders)
Note that auxiliary skids may be open or fully enclosed, depending on
environmental and contractual requirements.

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CONTROL ROOM MOUNTED EQUIPMENT


The packaging of the LM6000 GTG set includes a turbine-generator control panel (TCP),
digital generator protection relay system, 480V motor control center (MCC), and 24 and
125-VDC battery systems, including the battery racks and chargers. The control room
may customer-supplied or GE supplied skid-mounted structure.

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When handling oil used in gas turbines, do not allow oil to remain on skin any
longer than necessary. It contains a toxic additive that is readily absorbed
through the skin. Personal protective equipment will be worn when handling
turbine oil.

NOTE: Oil consumption is not expected to exceed 0.4 gal/hr (1.5 l/hr) additional oil may be lost overboard
through the engine sump vents, depending upon efficiency of the air/oil separator(s).

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System Overview

The Turbine Lube Oil System is shown in detail on F&ID XXX244. Please refer to the latest revision of
this drawing for correct, site-specific configuration and settings.

The LM6000 gas turbine uses synthetic lube oil (MIL-23699, Mobil Jet Oil II, Exxon Turbo Oil 2380,
Castrol 5000) to:

Lubricate and cool turbine bearing and gearboxes

Provide oil to the variable geometry control system.

Lubricate the over-running clutch for the hydraulic starter motor

The LM6000 lube oil system has two distinct sub-systems; a pressurized supply system and a separate
scavenge system. Each subsystem has its own filtration.

A multi-element lube oil pump, containing both a supply (one (1)) element and scavenges elements (six
(6)) elements, circulates oil through the system. A reservoir, lube oil coolers, piping, valves, and
instrumentation complete the system.

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TURBINE SUPPLY LUBE OIL SYSTEM


The turbine lube oil pump is mounted on the right rear side of the accessory gearbox. The supply element
takes suction from the 150-gallon (568 liters) stainless steel turbine lube oil reservoir mounted on the
auxiliary skid. Discharge pressure from the supply element is piped to the duplex supply lube oil filters,
rated at six (6) microns. Two-way selector valves allow either filter to be on-line while the other is being
serviced. From the supply lube oil filters the lube oil is piped to the turbine supply header to lubricate
bearings, gearboxes and the hydraulic starter clutch.
TURBINE SCAVENGE OIL SYSTEM
After the oil is supplied to the gearboxes or bearing sumps, the oil is recovered from the gearboxes and
sumps by one of six scavenge elements of the oil pump. Scavenged oil from A/TGB and B sumps
passes over magnetic chip detectors. The collective oil discharged from all the scavenge elements also
passes over a common magnetic chip detector.
The oil then flows past a pressure relief valve which lifts when excess oil pressure is sensed, returning
excess oil directly to the reservoir. The primary oil flow is then routed to the scavenge filters, where it is
filtered to 6 microns. Then the oil flows to the turbine lube oil coolers, where the hot oil is cooled before
being returned to the reservoir. A temperature control valve on the cooler discharge bypasses oil around
the oil coolers when the oil temperature is below the setpoint. As the oil temperature increases, the
temperature control valve starts mixing the warmer oil with cooler oil from the coolers to maintain a preset
temperature. After passing through the temperature control valve, the oil is then returned to the reservoir
Each engine bearing sump is provided with a sump vent line which allows sump pressurization air and
entrained oil to be routed to an air/oil separator. The air/oil separator is mounted on the enclosure roof.
By use of a dual-staged filter media and a fin/fan cooler, the separator removes entrained oil from the vent
air. Oil is then returned to the reservoir and the vent pressurization air is released to atmosphere.

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Turbine Lube Oil Reservoir
The lube oil reservoir is stainless steel and is located
on the auxiliary skid and has a 150 gallon (568 L)
capacity. It has local indication of temperature, level,
flow from the air / oil separator, and a reservoir heater
(to keep lube oil temperature inside to at least 90F
(32 C)). It also has a level switch and temperature
switch.

Lube Oil Supply and Scavenge Pump


The lube oil supply and scavenge pump assembly is
located on the right rear side of the accessory gearbox.
It has one supply element and six scavenge elements.
The supply element provides 10-18 gpm (.63 1.13
L/sec) flow, at 32-110 psig (220.6-758.4 kPag). The
pump is a positive displacement type pump. The
scavenge elements will discharge a combined total of
10-18 gpm (.63 1.13 L/sec) at 20-80 psig (137.8-551.5
kPag).

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Scavenge Oil Filters


The duplex scavenge lube oil filters are
located on the auxiliary skid. The filter
elements are rated at six (6) microns, and
each element is designed for 100% flow
and pressure. The filters have a local
pressure differential pressure gauge, an
alarm pressure differential switch set at 20
psid (138kPad), and a shutdown differential
pressure switch set at 25 psid (172 kPad).

Supply Lube Oil Filters


The duplex supply lube oil filters are located on the
auxiliary skid. The filter elements are rated at 6
micron and each element can handle 100% flow
and pressure. The filters have a local pressure
differential pressure gauge, an alarm pressure
differential switch set at 20 psid (138kPad), and a
shutdown differential pressure switch set at 25 psid
(172 kPad). NOTE: Human hair is about 100
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TYPICAL LM6000 BEARINGS


R DESIGNATES ROLLER BEARINGS.

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Bearings And Gearboxes


Bearings are classified into two broad categories; friction, also commonly known as plain or Babbitt type,
and anti-friction, which contain rollers or balls that makes a rolling contact with the shaft. The gas turbine
utilizes anti-friction type bearings, whereas the generator has friction type bearings.
Bearings have the following functions. They
support the load on the shaft. The load may be a gear or the shaft itself.
reduce friction created by turning. This is accomplished both by design and by lubrication and is one of
the most important functions of bearings.
reduce friction created by thrust. A specially designed bearing is required for this purpose.
hold a shaft in rigid alignment. A high speed-rotating shaft has a tendency to whip unless adequately
supported by bearings.
A pressure header provides lube oil to each of the bearings to lubricate and cool them. The roller bearings
support the radial loads of the shafts, while the ball bearings absorb the shafts axial and radial loads. The
pressure header also provides oil to lubricate and cool the inlet gearbox, transfer gearbox, and the
accessory gearbox. As the oil drains through the bearing and gearboxes, it collects in sumps. Each sump
is drained by a scavenge pump that suctions the oil from the bottom of the sumps.

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Turbine Engine Dry Sump


All sumps are pressurized by low-pressure compressor (LPC) discharge static air pressure (P25). The
airflow is of sufficient volume and pressure to maintain a positive airflow inward across the inner seals to
the inner sump cavity. This positive airflow carries with it any oil on the seals, thus retaining the oil within
the inner cavity. Sump pressurization air enters the outer sump cavity through a pressurizing port. This air
then passes across the oil seals into the inner sump cavity, where it is vented to the air-oil separator.
Sump pressurization air also passes outward across the outer seals to the engine cavity.

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The lube oil is then scavenged out of the bearing sumps and the gearboxes by one of six scavenge oil
pump elements of the lube oil supply and scavenge pump. Each of the six scavenge lines are equipped
with resistance thermal devices (RTD) to measure scavenge oil temperature after leaving the bearing
housing. The RTDs allow for operator monitoring, alarming and shutdown of the turbine if temperature
setpoints are met.
Oil from sumps A/TGB and B is passed over two of three magnetic chip detectors. The third is located
in the common discharge line from all scavenge oil pumps. The magnetic chip detectors detect ferrous (of
or containing iron) particulate metal in the scavenge oil flow from the bearings & gearboxes. This
collection of metal is usually caused by degradation of the bearings or gears in the engine. The chip
detectors normally read 300 ohms when clean. As particulate matter collects on the magnet, the
resistance reading gets lower. At 100 ohms an alarm is sounded at the control console.

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Temperature Control Valve


The temperature control valve regulates lube oil return temperature by bypassing some of the hot oil
around the lube oil cooler and mixing it with the cool oil from the oil cooler.
The thermostatic valve is a fully automatic, 3-way fluid temperature controller for mixing application.
Temperature is sensed at port A (valve outlet). Port B remains fully open until oil temperature reaches
approximately 100 F (38 C) to 102 F (39 C). As the oil, temperature continues to rise port B starts to
close off and port C starts to open, mixing the hot and cool oils. Port B is fully closed and port C is
fully open if oil temperature reaches 116 F (47 C) to 118 F (48 C). The valve continually modulates
the oil flow, maintaining a nominal oil temperature of 110 F (43 C). The oil is then returned to the lube
oil reservoir.
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LUBE OIL COOLERS

As discussed previously, the lube oil is returned to the reservoir after passing through or bypassing the
lube oil cooler, as determined by the three-way thermostatically controlled valve. The lube oil cooler
utilizes the principles of conduction, convection or radiation in order to transfer heat from the lube oil to a
medium, typically air, water or some other fluid, depending on cooler design. Lube oil coolers employed in
the Gas Turbine Generator application are typically one of three basic designs. They are:

Fin Fan Coolers (Ambient air cooled)


Shell and Tube (water cooled)
Plate Type (Fluid cooled)

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Fin Fan Cooler


The fin fan cooler is a heat-exchanger that uses air as the cooling medium. Oil is passed through the
inner tubes of the cooler, and air is forced across the outside of the tubes to decrease the temperature of
the circulating oil. The fin fan heat exchanger is a radiator-type heat exchanger that uses electric fans to
force air through the radiator, thereby cooling the lubricating oil. After oil passes through the heat
exchanger, it is routed directly to the lube oil reservoir.
During cold startups, oil may be bypassed around the fin fan heat exchanger if the thermostatic control
valve determines the temperature to be lower than the set point.
During normal operation, the temperature control valve regulates lube oil return temperature by bypassing
some of the hot oil around the lube oil heat exchanger and mixing it with the cool oil from the oil cooler.
The thermostatic valve is a fully automatic, three-way fluid temperature controller for mixing application.
The valve continually modulates the oil flow, maintaining a nominal oil temperature.

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Shell and Tube Type Cooler


Shell-and-tube coolers serve to cool the lubricating oil. The shell-and-tube cooler consists principally of a
bundle (also called a bank or nest) of tubes encased in a shell. The cooling liquid generally flows through
the tubes. The liquid to be cooled enters the shell at one end, is directed to pass over the tubes by baffles,
and is discharged at the opposite end of the shell. In other coolers of this type, the cooling liquid flows
through the shell and around the tubes; the liquid to be cooled passes through the tubes.
The tubes of the cooler are attached to the tube sheets at each end of the shell. This arrangement forms a
tube bundle that can be removed as a unit from the shell. The ends of the tubes are expanded to fit tightly
into the holes in the tube sheets; they are flared at their outer edges to prevent leakage. One tube sheet
and a bonnet are bolted to the flange of the shell. This sheet is referred to as the stationary-end tube
sheet. The tube sheet at the opposite end floats in the shell, a design that allows for expansion of the tube
bundle. Packing rings, which prevent leakage past the floating-end tube sheet, are fitted at the floating end
between the shell flange and the bonnet. The packing joint allows for expansion and prevents the mixing
of the cooling liquid with the liquid to be cooled in-side the shell by means of a leak-off, or lantern, gland
that is vented to the atmosphere. Transverse baffles are arranged around the tube bundle in such a
manner that the liquid is directed from side to side as it flows around the tubes and through the shell. The
deflection of the liquid ensures the maximum cooling effect. Several of the baffles serve as supports for
the bank of tubes. These baffles are of heavier construction than those that only deflect the liquid.

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Plate Heat Exchangers


Plate heat exchangers use a number of gasketed metal plates that are compressed together. The plates
are designed to allow transfer of heat from one circulating fluid to another.
Cooling water enters and flows through one plate, while lube oil flows through the next. Inside the heat
exchanger, plates are arranged to provide alternate hot and cold sections, thereby sandwiching the hot
lube oil plates between two cold water plates and allowing maximum heat transfer. As oil and water flows
through the plates, the large surface area allows heat to be transferred from the hot lube oil to the cooler
circulating water.
Plate heat exchangers are more efficient than conventional shell and tube heat exchangers because they
provide more surface area for better heat transfer. In addition they are smaller in size, require less water,
and can operate at higher pressures than comparable shell and tube heat exchangers.

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Air / Oil Separator

Bearing sump vent air goes to an air/oil separator located on the roof of the enclosure. The air/oil
separator is a two-stage design with a heat exchanger between the stages. The vent air flows through the
first separator, which has a filter pad that collects most of the oil mist trapped in the vent air. The vent air
then goes through an air-to-vent air heat exchanger, followed by the second stage of oil separation
passing through a filter pad in the second separator chamber. Collected oil is returned to the turbine lube
oil reservoir and the air is discharged to atmosphere.

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Turbine External Lube Oil Operation


Lubricating oil is drawn from the turbine lube oil reservoir into the supply pump suction at turbine connector L1.
The supply pump discharges pressurized oil through turbine connector L6 to the duplex filter assembly (lube
oil supply filter), removing particles 6 , absolute, from the oil. Some filtered oil is taken to the supply valve
actuator in the turbine hydraulic system, but most of the filtered supply oil is returned to the turbine at connector
L3. The turbine supply oil pressure is monitored by instruments on the turbine gauge panel. Pressure
switches respond according to oil pressure and transmit switch closures to the turbine control system. The
control system evaluates information relative to speed and initiates action accordingly.
Oil supply pressure gauge PI-6108 indicates supply pressure at the turbine oil header, and pressure transmitter
PT-6121 transmits this information to the TCP. Pressure switch PSLL-6115 opens when turbine header oil
pressures 15 psig (103 kPag)On startup, if PSLL-6115 has not closed when the turbine speed reaches 7800
rpm, the control system initiates a low-oil pressure, fast stop lock out (FSLO) shutdown. Pressure switch PSLL6116 is open at turbine header oil pressures 6 psig (41 kPag). On startup, if PSLL-6116 has not closed when
the turbine speed is 4500 rpm but 7800 rpm, the control system initiates an FSLO shutdown.
Some filtered supply oil from the turbine oil header at turbine connector L3 is used by turbine VG hydraulic
pump to operate the turbine VG system. A filter, integral to the VG system, filters pump output. The condition of
this filter is displayed by pressure gauge PDI-6149 and monitored by pressure differential switch PDSH-6146.
Most oil supplied to turbine oil header at connector L3 is used to lubricate and cool turbine bearings. The
turbine scavenge pump scavenges lubrication oil mixed with air from turbine bearings and discharges the air-oil
mixture to the external lube oil system via turbine scavenge oil discharge connector L2. The turbine scavenge
oil header pressure at L5 is monitored by instruments on the turbine gauge panel. Scavenge oil pressure
gauge PI-6109 indicates scavenge oil pressure at scavenge oil pump discharge. Pressure transmitter PT-6122
senses pressure at the scavenge oil pump discharge and transmits that information to the control system.
Pressure switch PSH-6117 opens to notify the control system of high scavenge oil back pressure (when pressure
at the turbine oil header is 100 psig (689 kPag)). At switch opening, the control system initiates an alarm. A
check valve in the filter line prevents oil from the scavenge discharge from draining back into the turbine.
Pressure-relief valve PSV-6103 limits scavenge back pressure to 140 psig (965 kPag).
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The turbine scavenge oil header pressure at L5 is monitored by instruments on the turbine gauge panel.
Scavenge oil pressure gauge PI-6109 indicates scavenge oil pressure at scavenge oil pump discharge.
Pressure transmitter PT-6122 senses pressure at the scavenge oil pump discharge and transmits that
information to the control system. Pressure switch PSH-6117 opens to notify the control system of high
scavenge oil back pressure (when pressure at the turbine oil header is 100 psig (689 kPag)). At switch
opening, the control system initiates an alarm. A check valve in the filter line prevents oil from the
scavenge discharge from draining back into the turbine. Pressure-relief valve PSV-6103 limits scavenge
back pressure to 140 psig (965 kPag).
The scavenge oil pump discharge at scavenge oil discharge connector L2is routed to the scavenge oil
filter assembly and is filtered through a selected duplex element. Filtered scavenge oil is then cooled by a
selected cooler in the heat exchanger before being returned to the reservoir for recirculation. The portion
of oil actually routed through the selected cooler is determined by three-way, thermostatic valve TCV6101. This valve apportions oil flow through the selected cooler, as required, to maintain the outlet
temperature at 110 F (43.3 C). All oil below 110 F (43.3 C) is bypassed directly to the lube oil
reservoir.
Bearing sumps are vented through the air-oil pre-separator, the air-air heat exchanger, and the air-oil
separator. The air-oil separator system removes entrained vent air from the lube oil. The oil is returned
to the reservoir. Seal/sump oil drains are always open and should have no flow during normal operation.
Customer instrument air connector [55] provides air to the LPT at connectors A23, A24, A25, and
A28 for air purge cooling after shutdown. The air pressure regulator maintains the purged air pressure
at 30 psig (207 kPag).

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Turbine External Lube Oil Features


The external lube oil system equipment consists of several major assemblies plus interconnects piping
and related monitoring instruments. The equipment components are located on the turbine-generator
skid and the auxiliary skid. Thermometers are mounted at appropriate points in the piping and oriented
for direct observation. Pressure gauges, mounted on one of two gauge panels, directly indicate operating
pressures while pressure switches and transmitters, mounted on the same panels, input the pressure
information to the control system. Manually operated ball valves throughout the piping facilitate
component maintenance.
The external lube oil system components on the turbine-generator skid consist of system piping and
instrumentation to monitor the turbine oil pressures at the turbine inlet and outlet connectors. The
external lube oil system components on the auxiliary skid consist of piping and valving, instrumentation to
monitor filter condition, oil reservoir, filter assembly, scavenge oil filter assembly, heat exchangers, and oil
tank flame arrestor and demister.
Turbine Lube Oil Reservoir
The turbine lube oil reservoir is a 150-gallon tank containing synthetic oil on the auxiliary skid. The
reservoir is filled via a fill cap and basket strainer, and may be drained via a 2-inch drain valve. An air-oil
separator allows air to escape to the atmosphere while capturing the oil droplets to be drained back into
the reservoir. A demister/flame arrestor inhibits combustion of flammable vapors. The relief vent cracks
open at 14 psid (7-28 kPag). Lubricating oil is drawn from the reservoir through a supply shutoff valve.
Level gauge LG-6105, located on the side of the tank, provides for direct observation of the oil level in the
tank. Tank heater HE-6104 warms lubrication oil during cold-weather operation. Thermostatic control
switch TC-6131 energizes the heater whenever the turbine lube oil temperature drops to 90 F (32 C).
Alarm switch LSL-6102 signals the control system if the oil level drops 12 inches (30 cent.) below the
flange while simultaneously de-energizing HE-6104. Thermometer TI-6110, located on the lube oil tank,
indicates actual oil temperature in the range of 50400 F (10-204 C). Low oil temperature switch
TSL-6113 signals the control system when the oil temperature drops to 70 F (21 C).

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Turbine Lube Oil Duplex Filters


The lube oil supply and scavenge oil filter assemblies are located on the auxiliary skid. Except for
external instrumentation, the two assemblies are identical. Each is a duplex, full-flow assembly, with two
steel filter shells and replaceable 6--absolute filter elements. A manual shuttle valve may be used to
divert oil flow through one element, allowing the other element to be serviced without interruption of
operation. For each duplex filter, a differential pressure gauge and two differential pressure switches,
located on the auxiliary skid gauge panel and JB-55, warn operating personnel of dirty filter elements.
The instruments may be isolated from the system by means of instrument valves while a differential
pressure balance valve permits equalizing pressure across the instruments.
The lubricating oil system contains three instruments for monitoring operation at the supply and scavenge
duplex filter assemblies: (1) differential pressure gauges PDI 6106 and PDI 6107 indicate filter
differential pressure in the range of 030 psid (0-207 kPad), (2) differential pressure switches PDSH 6120
and PDSH 6118 signal the control system to initiate an alarm if the pressure drop across the oil filter rises
to 20 psid (138 kPad), and (3) differential pressure switches PDSHH 6144 and PDSHH 6119 signal the
control system to initiate a cool-down lockout (CDLO) shutdown if the pressure drop across the oil filter
rises to 25 psid (172 kPad).
Turbine Lube Oil Heat Exchangers
The shell and tube heat exchanger assembly is located on the auxiliary skid. The lube oil may bypass the
coolers if thermostatic control valve TCV-6101 determines the temperature to be < 110 F (430 C). After
the lube oil passes through control valve TCV-6101, temperature indicator TI-6137 measures actual lube
oil temperature. This indicator is scaled 0-250 F (0-121 C). The lube oil is then routed directly to the
reservoir.

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Air-Oil Separator
The turbine air-oil pre-separator, air-air heat exchanger, and the air-oil separator are located on the roof of
the turbine enclosure and vent to the atmosphere. Turbine engine sumps A/B and C, at engine connector
A9, are connected to the separator via a 6-inch line. Sumps D and E, at engine connector A10, are
also connected to the separator via a 6-inch (15 cent.) line. The pre-separated oil is drained to the turbine
lube oil tank via a 1-inch (3.8 cent) line, the air is vented to the air-air heat exchanger where it is cooled,
and then, the air is vented to the air-oil separator. The separated oil is drained to the turbine lube oil tank
via a trapped -inch (1.3 cent.) line, and the air is vented to the atmosphere. A sight gauge allows
operating personnel to observe oil flow from the pre-separator to the lube oil tank. Pressure switch PDSH6148 indicates excessive differential pressure and initiates alarm PDAH-6148 if pressures increase to
1.75 psid (12 kPad).

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Turbine Lube Oil System HMI Display


The typical Turbine Lube Oil System HMI display screen is laid out similar to the Flow and Instrument
Diagram. Reservoir temperature and level switches and the state of the heater are displayed. Lube oil
supply and scavenge pressures are displayed as well as the state of high and low pressure switches.
Differential pressure across supply, scavenge, and VG oil filters is displayed. Scavenge oil temperatures,
as measured by the dual element RTDs, are displayed.
The state of the air/oil separator cooler fan motor is displayed as well as differential pressure between
separator stages.

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Gas Turbine Lube Oil System Review

1. What are the two aspects of the turbine lube oil system that requires special attention regarding
personal safety on the part of the operator?
A.__________________________
B.__________________________
2. The variable geometry control pump supplies turbine lube oil to the engine fuel valve actuator(s).
A. True

B. False

3. Turbine lube oil for the most part is maintained at a constant pressure after the engine has attained
synchronous rpm.
A. True

B. False

4. Can the duplex lube oil supply filters be transferred in and out of service during unit operation?
A. True

B. False

5. The engine's lube oil system coolers use ____ as the cooling media.
A. The primary air system

C. Ambient air

B. The secondary air system

D. Water

6. The temperature of the oil in the turbine lube oil reservoir tank will be maintained at ____.

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C. 90 F

B. 80 F

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Turbine lube oil temperature is controlled by ____.


A. Variable speed cooler fans
B. Regulating flow through or bypassing the lube oil cooler
C. Throttling the rate of flow through the engine
D. None of the above

8.

Engine shutdown occurs if lube oil pressure is not above specific minimum values as speed
increases.
A. True

9.

B. False

Bearing cavity seals within the engine are ____.


A. Spring-loaded carbon
B. Single labyrinth
C. Double labyrinth with air pressure between

10.

All dual-redundant lube oil filters that can be replaced without engine shutdown can be serviced
without entering the turbine enclosure.
A. True

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12.

Can you mix different types of oil in the turbine sump?

13.

Where is the oil pump mounted?

14.

Why isnt there a backup lube oil system to protect the turbine bearings if the primary pump
should fail?

15.

What does the Scavenge Oil System do?

16.

Depending on customers needs, a lube oil system might have Plate & Frame, Shell & Tube or FinFan Coolers. Why would a customer choose one of these types over the other type?

17.

What is the purpose of having Lube oil analyzed?

18.

How can you check for free water in an oil sample?

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Variable Geometry System Overview

The Turbine Lube Oil System supplies oil for the Variable Geometry (VG) System
The VG system consists of:
VG hydraulic pump
VG hydraulic pump oil filter
Hydraulic control unit (HCU), which houses torque motor-positioned hydraulic servos for porting
fluid at regulated pressure
Two Variable Inlet Guide Vane (VIGV) actuators (optional)
Six Variable Bypass Valve (VBV) actuators
Two Variable Stator Vane (VSV) actuators

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VG System Operation
The VG hydraulic pump is a fixed-displacement pump which supplies pressurized lube oil to the HCU for
delivery to the actuators.
Positioning of the VIGVs, VSVs and VBVs is scheduled by the Millennium or Netcon Control System
(provided with the unit). Electrical inputs to separate servo valves in the HCU, which is mounted on the
VG hydraulic pump, position the servo valves in the correct position. Position feedback to the control
system is provided by Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDTs) integral to the individual system
actuators.

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Hydraulic Control Unit

The HCU controls the hydraulic pressure for the servo system. The HCU receives oil from the VGC pump.
This oil is filtered in a single filter (for safety reasons only, since the oil has already passed the lube oil
filter). From the filter the oil flows to two control valves, one adjusted to 83 bar for the VBV system via the
internal connections in the HCU and VGC pump.
The HCU contains three servo valves, for the IGV, VBV and VSV control system. The other servo
systems operate with servo valves that are incorporated in the control valve assemblies. The servo valves
in the HCU operate on DC signal with the following characteristics:
Null bias current

20+/- 2 mA

Normal current in coil

-80 to 120 mA (100 mA nominally)

Maximal current

-350 to 350 mA

Resistance of coil

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Variable Inlet Guide Vanes

Two hydraulic actuators (3 and 9 oclock) operate the variable VIGVs for the LPC. Both actuators have an
internal LVDT (position transducer) for the feedback signal to the control system. At low compressor
speed the VIGVs are kept in the minimum position in order to limit the airflow through both the LPC and
the HPC.

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Variable Bypass Valve (VBV) System

The VBV system is located on the compressor front frame assembly. It is used to vent LPC discharge air
overboard through the LPC bleed air collector, in order to maintain LPC stall margin during starting, partial
power operation, and large power transients. The VBV system consists of 12 variable-position bypass
valves, six VBV actuators (two with LVDTs), six actuator bellcranks, 12 VBV bellcranks, and an actuation
ring.
The actuators are located at the 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00, and 11:00 oclock positions on the
compressor front frame. The six actuators are positioned with one VBV on each side of each actuator.
The actuators, actuation ring and VBVs are mechanically linked by bellcranks and pushrods. The
actuators position the actuation ring, which opens and closes the VBVs. The 5:00 and 11:00 oclock
actuators are equipped with integral LVDTs for position indication. The Millennium Control System is
designed to control VBV position by means of closed-loop scheduling of VBV actuator position, based on
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Variable Stator Vane (VSV) System


The VSV system consists of two VSV actuators and levers, actuation rings, and linkages for each VSV
stage.
The VSV system has two hydraulic actuators, located at the 3:00 and 9:00 oclock positions. Each
actuator is equipped with an integral LVDT for position feedback. The Millennium Control System
controls VSV position by means of closed-loop scheduling of VSV actuator position, based on corrected
high-pressure (HP) rotor speed (XN25R).
The VSV system has a number of natural wear points that must be inspected on a regular basis. By
keeping the system in good physical condition, accurate positioning of the vanes is possible. Misadjusted
or worn vanes, or worn vane bushings, can cause a significant increase in the cyclic loading imparted on
the rotating blades in the compressor.
Wear can be drastically accelerated by allowing the external surfaces to become dirty and/or oily over
time. This mixture combines to form a paste very similar to lapping compound. Consequently, each time
the system cycles, the wear surfaces are lapped and clearances increase at an ever accelerating rate.
External surfaces can be cleaned following work package 4011.

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VGC Schedules
The simplified LM6000 VGC schedules show that during low speeds of XN25:
IGVs are closed (minimum position)
VBVs are open
VSVs of the HPC are closed (minimum position)
As the HPC speed goes up, the VGC components gradually obtain their full speed positions. Besides the
HPC speed, the air inlet temperature has an influence on the required VGV positions. Therfore, the HPC
speed signal XN25 will be corrected with a factor derived from the HP compressor inlet temperature T25.

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Variable Geometry Hydraulic Pump.


The variable geometry hydraulic pump is a positive displacement pump that supplies the hydraulic control
unit (HCU) with the correct oil flow and pressure to move the variable bleed valves (VBVs) and the
variable stator vanes (VSVs) to the required position.
Variable Geometry Hydraulic Pump Oil Filter
The VG pump filter is mounted near the discharge of VG pump, on the engine accessory gearbox. The
filter is rated at 40u. The filter also has a pressure differential switch set at 20 psid (138kPad), which
sends a signal to the turbine control system for alarm indication.
Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU)
The hydraulic control unit receives position signals from the turbine control system. The HCU houses
torque motor-positioned hydraulic servos to direct hydraulic fluid at regulated pressure to the VBV
actuators and / or the VSV actuators, or to the bypass position.

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Variable Geometry System demand and position feedback data is displayed on the Turbine Overview
screen in the HMI. For each system, both LVDT positions are displayed in addition to the position
demand and the selected position feedback signal used for control.

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Variable Geometry System Review

1. The variable geometry (VG) system consists of:


_________________________
_________________________
_________________________
_________________________
_________________________

2. The VG hydraulic pump is a ________________ type pump.

3. Position feedback to the control system is provided by___________________.

4.

Name the three servo valves in the HCU.


1._____________________________
2._____________________________
3._____________________________

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5.

The VBV system consists of ____ variable-position bypass valves, ____ VBV actuators (two with
LVDTs), _____ actuator bellcranks, _____ VBV bellcranks, and an actuation ring.

6.

The ______ and _______ oclock actuators are equipped with integral LVDTs for position indication
on the VBV.

7.

The VG filter is rated at ________ micron.

8.

What type of oil is used on the Variable Geometry?

9.

Hydraulic oil for the TBV is being received from?

10.

At what pressure will the oil filter bypass?

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SYSTEM OVERVIEW
The illustration above is a simplified diagram of the LM6000 Hydraulic Starter System. For complete, sitespecific layout, instrumentation and settings, please refer to F&ID XXX232.
The LM6000 hydraulic start system supplies hydraulic pressure to the hydraulic starter motor. This
pressure is used to rotate the HP compressor during low-speed crank, high-speed crank, and start. The
starter system is also utilized to perform offline water wash cycles and to crank engine during certain
CDLO/FSWM shutdowns.
The charge pump takes suction from the hydraulic oil reservoir and discharges the hydraulic oil to the
suction side of the main pump, providing a positive suction for the main pump. The main pump
discharges the oil at 5200 psig (35,853 kPag) at a flow rate of 56 gal/min (212 L/ min). The oil from the
main pump is piped to the hydraulic starter motor on the accessory gearbox of the gas turbine. The oil
pressure hydraulic starter motor, in turn, rotates the HP compressor through the accessory gearbox. Most
of the oil from the hydraulic starter motor returns to the suction side of the main pump, but oil from the
pump casing drains, then flows, through a return line to the temperature control valve. When the return oil
is cool, the temperature valve sends the oil directly to the reservoir. When oil heats up during operation,
the valve diverts oil to a fin-fan cooler and then to the reservoir.
The hydraulic cooler fan pump is mounted on the end of the hydraulic pump assembly. This pump takes
suction from the reservoir and discharges the oil to the hydraulic fan motor on the fin fan oil cooler. The
discharge from the motor returns to the hydraulic oil reservoir.

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Hydraulic Oil Charge/main Pump assembly

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Hydraulic Oil Reservoir


The hydraulic oil reservoir is stainless steel. The reservoir is located on the auxiliary skid and has a 40 gal
(151 L) capacity. The reservoir has local indication of level and a reservoir heater, which keeps lube oil
temperature in the reservoir to at least 90 F (32 C). The reservoir also has a level switch, a temperature
switch, and a suction strainer, which will bypass the strainer at 3 psid (20.6 kPad), located inside the
reservoir.

Hydraulic Oil Charge Pump


The charge pump is one of three pumps in the hydraulic pump assembly. The charge pump takes suction
from the hydraulic oil reservoir and discharges the hydraulic oil at 350 psig (2413 kPag) at a flow rate of 12
gal/min (45 L/min) to the charge pump filter.

Charge Pump Filter


The charge pump filter is a spin on type single stage filter. The filter has a visual indicator to show filter
condition. The filter housing has a bypass valve that will open, bypassing oil around the filter if differential
pressure across the filter reaches 50 psid (344.6 kPad).

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Main Hydraulic Oil Pump


The main hydraulic starter pump, located on the starter skid, is driven by a three-phase, constant-speed,
AC electric motor. The hydraulic starter pump has a variable swash plate, whose angle is controlled by
software logic signals from the turbine control panel (TCP). The signals are applied to a solenoid operated
valve (SOV) on the hydraulic starter pump assembly. The hydraulic starter pump supplies hydraulic fluid
under high pressure to the turbine starter motor. As the hydraulic starter pumps swash plate angle is
increased or decreased, more or less hydraulic fluid under pressure is applied to the pistons in the turbine
starter motor, thereby increasing or decreasing the revolutions per minute (rpm) of the starter and the
turbine engine.
Fluid pressure from the hydraulic starter pump is applied to pistons in the turbine starter motor causing
the motor to rotate.

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Hydraulic Starter Motor


The hydraulic starter motor, located on the auxiliary gearbox of the LM6000, is driven by hydraulic fluid
under high pressure from the main hydraulic oil pump. The hydraulic starter motor has a fixed angle swash
plate with movable pistons. The high-pressure fluid forces the pistons to move within the cylinder, causing
the motor to rotate.

Low Pressure Return Oil Filter


The low-pressure return oil filter is a spin-on type single-stage filter. The filter has a visual indicator to
show filter condition. The filter housing has a bypass valve that will open, bypassing oil around the filter if
differential pressure across the filter reaches 25 psid (172.3 kPad).

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Oil To
Relief
Valve

Oil To
Cooler

Oil
Inlet

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Temperature Control Valve


The temperature control valve regulates hydraulic oil return temperature by bypassing some oil around the
lube oil cooler. The valve opens when the oil heats during operation and diverts the oil through the Fin-Fan
cooler to the reservoir. Temperature control valve is set at 120F (49C).

Hydraulic Oil Cooler Pump


The cooler pump is a gear type pump coupled to the main pump assembly which is driven by the electric
motor. It draws suction from the reservoir and pressurizes a hydraulic fan motor in the hydraulic oil cooler.

Hydraulic Oil Cooler Pump Discharge Relief Valve


The hydraulic oil cooler pump discharge relief valve protects the hydraulic cooler pumps from overpressurization, by discharging excess pressure back to the reservoir. The relief valve is set at 1200 psid.

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Hydraulic Oil Cooler

A fin fan type cooler cools the hydraulic oil. The fan for the cooler is powered by a hydraulic motor which
in return rotates a five blade fixed pitch fan assembly. The hydraulic motor is powered by pressure from
the hydraulic oil cooler pump.

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Centrifugal Starting Clutch


In the starting motor output shaft a centrifugal clutch allows engagement of the starting motor to the gas
turbine generator at the beginning of the start-up sequence, and disengagement as soon as the HP runs
faster than the starting motor. At 4500 rpms XN 2.5 speed the control system will signal a shutdown of
the hydraulic start motor. For proper clutch operation, the oil flow to the clutch should be continuously
controlled to a minimum of .5 qt/minute (.47 L/min) and to a maximum of 1.25 qt/minute (1.18 L/min). An
orifice plate controls this oil flow. This clutch is also referred to as an overriding or overrunning clutch.
At standstill of the gas turbine generator and the starting motor, the pawls of the centrifugal clutch engage
in the gear on the starting motor output shaft. Weak plate springs push the pawls in the gear teeth. As
soon as the starting motor begins to run, it will drive the HP shaft. The pawls tend to move outwards due
to centrifugal force, but as long as the starting motor supplies torque to the HP rotor, the claws will stay
engaged by friction.
At approximately 4500 rpm the control system will shut down the starting motor. This will cause the
torque to reverse and, immediately, the claws will disengage.
When during the shutdown sequence the gas generator runs down to standstill, the centrifugal force on
the pawls will gradually diminish, allowing the weak springs to bring the claws to the starting motor gear.
As soon as the HP shaft speed is below 1000 rpm, the gas turbine may be started again. The spring
force in the clutch then overrides the centrifugal force of the claws, allowing full engagement of the claws.

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In an SSS clutch the input shaft has helical splines, which correspond to
the thread of the bolt. Mounted on the helical splines is a sliding
component, which simulates the nut. The sliding component has
external clutch teeth at one end, and external ratchet teeth at the other
(see Figure 1).

When the input shaft rotates, the sliding component rotates with it until a
ratchet tooth contacts the tip of a pawl on the output clutch ring. This
prevents rotation of the sliding component relative to the output clutch
ring, and aligns the driving and driven clutch teeth (see Figure 1 and
Figure 4).

As the input shaft continues to rotate, the sliding com-ponent moves


axially along the helical splines of the input shaft, moving the clutch
driving and driven teeth smoothly into engagement. During this
movement, the only load taken by the pawl is that required to shift the
lightweight sliding component along the helical splines.

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Basic SSS Clutch Principle


The initials SSS denote the 'Synchro-Self-Shifting' action of the clutch, whereby the clutch driving and
driven teeth are phased and then automatically shifted axially into engagement when rotating at precisely
the same speed. The clutch disengages as soon as the input speed slows down relative to the output
speed.
The basic operating principle of the SSS clutch can be compared to the action of a nut screwed onto a
bolt. If the bolt rotates with the nut free, the nut will rotate with the bolt. If the nut is prevented from rotating
while the bolt continues to turn, the nut will move in a straight line along the bolt.

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As the sliding component moves along the input shaft, the pawl passes
out of contact with the ratchet tooth, allowing the driving teeth to come into
flank contact with the driven teeth and continues the engaging travel (see
Figure 2).
Driving torque from the input shaft will only be transmitted when the sliding
component completes its travel by contacting an end stop on the input
shaft, with the clutch teeth fully engaged and the pawls unloaded (see
Figure 3). When a nut is screwed against the head of a bolt, no external
thrust is produced. Similarly, when the sliding component of an SSS clutch
reaches its end stop and the clutch is transmitting driving torque, no
external thrust loads are produced by the helical splines.

If the speed of the input shaft is reduced relative to the output shaft, the
torque on the helical splines will reverse.
This causes the sliding component to return to the disengaged position
and the clutch will overrun. At high overrunning speeds, pawl ratcheting is
prevented by a combination of centrifugal and hydrodynamic effects acting
on the pawls. The basic SSS clutch can operate continuously engaged or
overrunning at maximum speed without wear occurring.

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Hydraulic Start System HMI Screen

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1.

The hydraulic starter system rotates the High Pressure Rotor to start the engine. What
causes the Low Pressure Rotor to Start Rotating?

2.

Where is the hydraulic starter mounted on the gas turbine?

3.

The hydraulic cooler bypass valve maintains the hydraulic fluid at 120 F.

A. True

4.

As the pump swashplate angle is increased or decreased, more or less hydraulic pressure
is applied to the turbine starter, thereby increasing or decreasing turbine rpms.

A. True
5.

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The engine's hydraulic starter receives electrical power from the motor control center.
A. True

6.

B. False

B. False

Name the 3 pumps on the hydraulic start motor?


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7.

Explain the type of clutch on the LM6000 and its operation.

8.

What protects the cooler from over pressurization?

9.

If the temperature control valve should fail, oil is bypassed at _________ pressure.

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GAS FUEL SYSTEM OVERVIEW


The LM6000 PD engine allows the customer to operate with low Nox and CO
emissions on gas fuel without need for water or steam injection. The turbine control
system meters the customer-supplied fuel to the turbine combustor through the fuel
manifolds and 75 dual-fuel nozzles. Gas fuel must meet General Electric fuel quality
requirements.
The gas fuel system contains piping, valves, a gas manifolds staging valves, 75 fuel
nozzles, and control and monitoring instrumentation.
The fuel gas system provides fuel gas in sufficient amounts to run the LM6000
through the full scale of operations.
The fuel gas enters the enclosure base at the following conditions:
400 MMBtu/hr Max.
250F (121C) Max.
675 32.5 Psig (4740 224 kPag)
Filtered to 3 micron

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TYPICAL COALESCING FILTER SKID

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GAS FUEL Duplex Coalescing Filter Skid


Any accumulations of moisture left in the fuel could have detrimental effects on the
gas turbine's sensitive fuel control. The duplex coalescer filter provided is necessary
to remove any remaining water and sediment prior to entering the turbine.
One duplex coalescer filter is supplied with each GTG unit. Each filter tower is split
into two compartments; coalescer and sump. The coalescing filter separates water
from the fuel and traps sediment prior to entering the turbine gas fuel system. The
sump collects and drains off water separated by the coalescer.
Each tower is equipped at the coalescer and sump with level transmitter, level
indicators, and manual drains. The filters assembly also incorporates a pressure
differential transmitter. This transmitter will alarm should the differential pressure
between the inlet and outlet of the filter, suggesting a high level of moisture or
contaminants in the filter, reach a predetermined set point. Should the operator
receive this alarm, the filters should be switched and the coalescer elements replaced.
The operator can monitor levels at the sump and coalescer locally by checking level
indicator. Coalescer and sump levels can also be monitored at the TCP.
One filter separator (tower) remains on-line while the other remains off-line as a
backup. The filters are operated independently allowing the off-line filter to be placed
out of service for cleaning without disrupting operations.
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Filter Separator Operation


Fuel being delivered from a gas compressor or a system reducing valve is piped to
the coalescer assembly. Gas is directed into one of the two filter separators (towers)
after passing through a manual isolation valve. Each filter assembly (tower) is
comprised of two compartments consisting of a coalescer and sump sub-assembly.
Each sub-assembly is equipped with a remote level transmitter and local level
indicator for monitoring. In addition; a differential pressure transmitter monitors the
cleanliness of the on-line separator and will activate an alarm in differential pressure
reaches 25 psid (172 kPaD). Each sub-assembly is equipped with a manual isolation
condensate drain valve, which allows for draining the condensate from each
individual assembly.
Each filter assembly is equipped with a pressure safety valve that is set to lift (open) if
pressure reaches 750 psig (5171 kPaG) and vents to atmosphere to protect the vessel
from over pressurization. A manual vent valve is provided to depressurize the
separator for maintenance.
Discharge from the filter separator is piped to the gas turbine enclosure after passing
through a pneumatic actuated fuel shutoff valve. A pneumatic actuated vent valve will
depressurize the system when actuated.
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GAS FUEL SYSTEM GT ENCLOSURE


Fuel gas coming from the duplex coalescer filter has been filtered to 3 microns. Fuel
gas enters the gas turbine enclosure through a manual isolation valve. Downstream of
the isolation valve is a Y-type strainer to remove any large particulate contamination
from the gas. Located after the strainer, a fuel flow transmitter monitors and transmits
a signal to the turbine control system for fuel scheduling.
A manual vent valve is located downstream of the flow transmitter to depressurize the
piping for maintenance.
BLOCK AND BLEED VALVES
Located in the main fuel piping are two block valves and a vent valve. These are
referred to as a double block and bleed type system. During shutdown of the system
the two block valves will close to isolate the system and a vent valve will open,
depressurizing the piping between the two block valves.
The block valves are electronically operated, pneumatically actuated by fuel gas that
has been pressure reduced to 40 psig (276 kPaG). To open the block valve, a signal
from the TCP will electronically shift a 3-way solenoid valve that will port fuel gas to the
block valve. Fuel gas will overcome the block valve actuation spring pressure (holding
the block valve closed), opening the valve.
In order to close the block valve, a signal from the TCP will electronically shift the 3way solenoid valve to vent to atmosphere the fuel gas holding the block valve open.
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FUEL CONTROL VALVES


The three valve fuel system employs three metering valves that are independently
positioned in direct response to the fuel flows required in each ring. The three valve fuel
system requires two orifices to be connected, one between the pilot manifold and the
outer manifold, the other between the pilot manifold and the inner manifold.

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These orifices limit the manifold pressure build up in a non flowing ring. This reduces
the initial fuel flow pulse, and therefore flame temperature, when a ring is first fueled (
the first staging valve is opened).
The fuel-metering valve is a rotary sleeve-and-shoe throttling valve. The metering port
area is determined by input shaft positioning from the actuator. The valve is springloaded to the minimum fuel direction, so that loss of signal and loss of power situations
will cause a fuel shutdown. The rotary fuel-metering valve actuator is an electrohydraulic proportional device. In the actuator, a torque motor servo-valve is actuated
by a rotary servo motor through a precision gear assembly. The valve position demand
signal from the fuel control in the TCP is converted to high-current motor drive signal
by the digital drive module. Rotary position feedback is provided by dual non-contact,
electro-magnetic resolvers, mounted on the actuator shaft.
The fuel-metering valve is a rotary sleeve-and-shoe throttling valve. The metering port
area is determined by input shaft positioning from the actuator. The valve is springloaded to the minimum fuel direction, so that loss of signal and loss of power situations
will cause a fuel shutdown. The rotary fuel-metering valve actuator is an electrohydraulic proportional device. In the actuator, a torque motor servo-valve is actuated
by a rotary servo motor through a precision gear assembly. The valve position demand
signal from the fuel control in the TCP is converted to high-current motor drive signal
by the digital drive module. Rotary position feedback is provided by dual non-contact,
electro-magnetic resolvers, mounted on the actuator shaft.
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Staging Valves (11)


The flame temperature range is limited by thermal stress limits on the high side and
lean blowout on the low side. The minimum bulk or average flame temperature for an
LM6000 ranges from approx. 3300 deg F at noload sync idle to approx. 2900 deg F at
maximum power, whereas the maximum bulk or average flame temperature ranges
from approximately 3450 deg F at no load syncidle to approximately 3000 deg F at
maximum power.

With such a limited flame temperature operating range, it is necessary to "stage" the
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Gas fuel is introduced into the combustor via 75 air/ gas premixers packaged in 30
externally removable and replaceable modules.
The premixers produce a very uniformly mixed lean fuel/air mixture. Half of these
modules have two premixers and the other half have three.
The 75 premixers, or cups, are arranged in three rings or domes.
DRY LOW EMISSIONS FUEL SYSTEM

The middle ring is referred to as the pilot or the B ring and has 30 cups. The pilot ring
is always fueled, and therefore always lit.
The inner ring is referred to as the C ring and has 15 cups, where as the outer ring,
which is referred to as the A ring, like the pilot has 30 cups.

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LM 6000 DLE COMBUSTOR OPERATING MODES


There is a limited operating power range for each
combustor configuration. Operating at a higher power
than intended in a given combustor configuration
means exceeding the max allowable average flame
temperature and can result in extensive damage to the
combustor.

Attempting to operate at a lower power than intended


in a given combustor configuration means attempting to
run below the min allowable flame temperature and
can result in blowouts.

From the burn mode illustration it can be seen that there are
"gaps" between each configuration, i.e. power regions in
which the DLE engine could not run. This is overcome by
using compressor bleed.
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FUEL GAS SYSTEM COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
Fuel Gas Strainer
The fuel gas strainer stops any large
contamination from reaching the rest of the fuel
system. This is sometimes referred to as the last
chance strainer.

Fuel Gas Flow Meter


The fuel gas flow meter is a vortex shedding type
with a remote converter. The flow meter sends a
signal of total fuel flow to the turbine control panel
(TCP).

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Fuel Gas Shutoff Valves (2)
Since both the upstream and downstream shutoff
valves are the same type of valve, the following
describes the operation and function of both
valves.

The fuel gas shutoff valves are normally closed,


fuel gas pressure-to-open type valves. During the
start sequence, the shut off valves are ordered
open by the TCP. This allows fuel gas to flow to the
fuel control valve and to the gas turbine.
FUEL GAS VENT VALVE
The fuel gas vent valve is a failed open type
solenoid valve. This valve works with the fuel gas
shutoff valves. When the fuel gas shutoff valves
are closed, the vent valve is open, venting the
piping between the shutoff valves to a safe area.
When the shutoff valves open, the vent valve
closes.
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BLOCK VALVES AND FUEL CONTROL VALVES

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3103 Gas Valve and EM35MR1 Electric Actuator

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Gas Fuel Valve Overview


The EM35MR1 electric actuator is used to drive a 3103 gas valve, closed loop to
position demand. Position feedback is provided by a resolver connected to the valve
metering sleeve. Closed loop position control is accomplished through an EM 24V
Digital Driver. Having the feedback on the valve allows the motor assembly to be
repaired or changed in the field without the loss of valve calibration.
3103 Gas Valve
The 3103 Gas Valve is a stainless steel valve capable of metering gas flow between 50
and 40 000 pph. The valve is designed to bolt into a 2 inch (51 mm) line by means of
tapped holes. The valve design is a rotary metering sleeve and a shoe-type throttling
valve. The valve shoe is spring- and pressure-loaded against the metering port to
minimize leakage and to self-clean the metering port. Metering port area is determined
by input shaft positioning from the actuator. The valve has an internal spring to return
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The 3103 valve has redundant seals on all dynamic sealing surfaces. Between these two
seals is an overboard vent which vents any gasses that may leak past the first seal to
safe vent location. The use of an inner-seal vent prevents the second dynamic seal from
seeing any differential pressure and thus offers protection against the leakage of
gasses from the valve into the surrounding ambient atmosphere.
The valve design incorporates an inlet guide tube to condition the inlet flow and to
direct any gas contaminants through the metering port, minimizing any accumulation in
the valve housing. The metering sleeve support bearings are positively sealed from the
gas. Internal valve parts are made of through-hardened stainless steel.

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CAUTION
The valve has mechanical stop screws installed in the valve flange.
The customer must not adjust these stops. If these stops interfere with the valve
operating region or the electrical stops, it will cause the EM35 driver to trip out on
overcurrent.

EM35MR1 Actuator
The EM35MR1 actuator is an all-electric actuator designed for use in industrial gas
turbine control applications. The EM35MR1 actuator consists of a high performance
brushless servomotor and a precision planetary gearbox with two resolver-type shaft
position sensors. All stator windings are completely sealed. The use of a high
efficiency gearbox facilitates high servo system bandwidth. The motor has its own
resolver providing motor rotor position feedback, and the other resolver(s) provides
accurate output shaft position feedback. The actuator also has a slip clutch to allow
full speed impact into optional external rigid mechanical stops. The motor assembly is
housed in a cast aluminum explosion proof housing. A thermal potting compound is
used to transfer waste heat generated by the motor, to the cast, explosion-proof
housing and out to the ambient environment. The motor output shaft is directly
coupled to the valve input shaft through the use of a stainless steel torsional coupling.

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Resolver
Position feedback is accomplished using a highly accurate brushless resolver(s). The
resolver is directly coupled to the valve metering shaft through use of a stainless steel
bellows and is housed in an explosion proof enclosure. The resolver receives its
excitation from the EM driver. The EM driver uses a resolver to digital converter to
determine valve position using the output voltages from the resolver's two secondary
windings. Resolver accuracy is 0.05.
From the fuel gas control valve the fuel gas flows to the fuel gas manifolds, the staging
valves and then to the 75 fuel nozzles.

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There are _______ fuel nozzles/cups on an LM6000 DLE Engine.


2.Gas Fuel pressure to the turbine engine is supplied at _____.
A.
B.

3.

475 20 psig
520 20 psig

C.
D.

675 32 psig
700 20 psig

How many fuel nozzles are in the A-ring?


4.Combustor flame patterns are determined by ____.
A.
B.
C.

5.

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combustor liner cooling airflow
fuel nozzle orifice design

D. all of the above


E. none of the above

Which combustor burn mode requires all three rings to be lit?

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7. The high-speed fuel shutoff valves are fail-safe, and will close with-in 100 ms.
A. True
8.

B. False

Unstable fuel supply pressure to the fuel-metering valve may cause ____.
A. fluctuating load on the kW meter
B. fluctuating LPT inlet temperature
C. fluctuating high-pressure rotor speeds

D. all of the above


E. none of the above

9. Explain how water and sediment is removed from the gas prior to entry into the
gas turbine?

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VENTILATION & COMBUSTION AIR SYSTEM SCREEN #1

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SYSTEM OVERVIEW
The ventilation and combustion air system can be divided into the following three (3) sub-systems; the gas
turbine enclosure ventilation air system, the generator enclosure ventilation air system and the gas turbine
combustion air system.
GAS TURBINE ENCLOSURE VENTILATION AIR SYSTEM
The gas turbine ventilation air system provides the gas turbine enclosure with sufficient ventilation air to
cool the gas turbine exterior and the inside of the enclosure.
Air flows through the filters in the filter house. From the filter house the air flows down the ductwork into
the gas turbine enclosure. Next the air is removed from the gas turbine enclosure by the
enclosure/exhaust fans and is discharged back to the atmosphere. This maintains the gas turbine
enclosure under a negative pressure.
GAS TURBINE COMBUSTION AIR SYSTEM
The combustion air system provides a sufficient amount of combustion air (approximately 230,000 scfm
(6512.8 scmm) for the LM6000 to operate at all required operating levels. Air enters the filter house and
flows through the chiller / heater coils. Then the air flows through barrier filters, drift eliminator located in
the filter house, down the duct to the inlet bellmouth screen (last chance) and into the inlet volute. The
inlet volute turns the airflow from a downward flow to a horizontal flow and into the LM6000 gas turbine.
From the LM6000 the exhaust gases pass thru outlet guide vanes which will evenly distribute the exhaust
gases thru the exhaust collector before discharged back into the atmosphere.

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GENERATOR VENTILATION SCREEN

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GENERATOR ENCLOSURE VENTILATION AIR SYSTEM


The generator ventilation air system provides the generator enclosure with sufficient ventilation air to cool
the generator and the inside of the generator enclosure. Air flows through the filters in the filter house.
From the filter house the air is drawn into one of the generator cooling fans and is discharged into the
generator enclosure. From the generator enclosure the air flows into each end of the generator. On the
driven end of the generator the air flows along the rotor shaft and is then discharged into the generator
exhaust and back to the atmosphere. On both ends of the generator rotor shaft are mounted fans that
draw air from the generator enclosure. Most of the air flows along the rotor shaft and is then discharged
into the generator exhaust. A portion of incoming air flows across the exciter and is then discharged back
into the generator air-cooling stream.

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Typical Filter House

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Filter House
Air enters the filter house and flows through various customer selected filtration, cooling and anti-icing
equipment. The air flows through the barrier filters in the filter house, down ducts to the combustion air
inlet volute and to the two enclosures for cooling. There are numerous options the customer may select
depending on the operating environment. They are:

Filtration
Barrier filters (high efficiency filter) may consist of a canister or bag type filter element. All units will have
barrier filters as these are the primary filter for the unit.
Inlet screens are a large mesh, stainless steel screen mounted on the opening to the filter house to
prevent birds and large sized garbage from entering the filter house.
Guard filters are a disposable pre-filter used to extend the operating life of the barrier filter. They are easy
to change out and less expensive than the barrier filters.
Drift eliminators are moisture separators designed to remove water droplets from the airflow.

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BAG FILTER

CANISTER FILTER

GUARD (PREFILTER) FILTER

TYPICAL FILTERS

BOX FILTER
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GUARD (PREFILTER) FILTER


The guard filter (optional) may be used in areas where there is a large concentration of airborne
contaminates. The guard filter is an disposable filter utilized to catch a majority of the airborne
contaminates which will prolong the life of the more expensive barrier filters. When differential pressure
increases to an alarm state, the filter assembly will be replaced and the old filter disposed.
BARRIER FILTERS
The barrier filters, which are made of a composite type material, are high efficiency media which filters the
incoming ventilation air to remove any solid contamination.
The canister type media has a pre-filter that inserts into the canister to help prolong the life of the canister.

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Chiller Coils
The chiller coils cool the combustion air to approximately 48F to 50 F to increase the available power
output of the LM6000. The chilled water, from the chiller system, is supplied to the coils at approximately
44 F. The chiller coils can also be used for anti-icing in the winter. Circulating warm water through the
coils and heating the turbine combustion air 10-15 F above ambient temperature accomplish this.

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PLACTIC DRIFT ELLIMINATOR

METAL DRIFT ELLIMINATOR

WATER SEPERATOR FILTER MEDIA

FOD Screen with Nylon Screen

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DRIFT ELIMINATOR
The drift eliminator is a water separating media which changes the direction of the airflow, causes any
moisture to drop out of the combustion air. The collected moisture is then drained off.

FOD Screen
This is the last chance filtration of the combustion air before it enters the LM6000. The screen is across
the inlet bellmouth. The screen is rated at 1200 micron and is supported by a stainless steel mesh. This
screen is designed to catch any small foreign objects. The FOD screen has two sizes of synthetic filters
that can be installed to increase protection.

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Gas Turbine Enclosure Ventilation Fans

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Ventilation Fans
The gas turbine enclosure ventilation fans remove hot air from the gas turbine enclosure and discharge
the air back into the atmosphere. Because of this arrangement the gas turbine enclosure has a negative
pressure. This prevents any gas migration from the gas turbine enclosure to the generator enclosure.
Normal operation is to run one fan and have one fan as back up.
The fans are belt driven by electric motors.

Fans will alternate as lead fan upon each start.

Each fan is rated at 60,000 scfm (1699.01scmm) and is 66 (1.68 meters) in diameter.

Generator Enclosure Ventilation Fans (2)


The generator enclosure ventilation fans force cooling air from the filter house into the generator
enclosure. Because of this fan arrangement the generator enclosure has a positive pressure. This
prevents any gas migration from the gas turbine enclosure to the generator enclosure. The fans are direct
driven by electric motors. Normal operation is to run one fan and have one fan as back up. Fans will
alternate as lead fan upon each start. Each fan is rated at 45,000 scfm (1274.25 scmm) and is 42 (1.07
meters) in diameter.

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Generator Enclosure Ventilation Exhaust Silencer


The generator enclosure exhaust duct silences the airflow before discharge back into the atmosphere.
The silencer is insulated and finned which smoothes out the airflow from the fan reducing airflow noise.
The silencer is rated at 90 dBA.

Gas Turbine Enclosure Ventilation Fan Silencer (2)


The discharge of each fan is attached to a silencer. The silencer is insulated and finned which smoothes
out the airflow from the fan reducing airflow noise. The silencer is rated at 90 dBA

Gas Turbine and Generator Enclosure Ventilation Fan


Fire Dampers (4)
Each gas turbine ventilation fan has a fire damper on the
inlet side of the fan while each generator ventilation fan
has a fire damper mounted on the discharge side of the
fan. To stop all airflow out of the enclosure during a Fire
Stop the fire dampers mechanism is released by CO2
pressure in return the counter weights will close the
damper. Compressed air is used to reset fire dampers.

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Icing Conditions and Anti-Icing Systems

Note from the table above that icing conditions are possible at temperatures above 32 degF (0 degC).
Temperature protection is provided in the form of an alarm that is generated at 43 degF (6 degC). This
alarm alerts the operator to the possibility of icing conditions. In the event of such an alarm, it is the
operators responsibility to check the relative humidity and determine if anti-icing measures should be
taken.
Anti-icing requires heating of the inlet air. This may be accomplished by one of several means. In
systems equipped with chiller coils, it is possible to circulate heated fluid (typically glycol) through the
chiller coils. In some systems, there are ducts which allow turbine enclosure exhaust air to be
introduced to the inlet for anti-icing. In other system, turbine exhaust is used to heat inlet air. Note that
turbine exhaust is never introduced directly into the turbine inlet air.

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Ventilation and Combustion Air System Review

1. Three benefits of the air filtration system are:


1) ________________________________________
2) ________________________________________
3) ________________________________________

2. In summer, operators often cool the combustion air entering the turbine inlet, using mechanical
chillers, how will cooling the air improve performance?

3. Combustion and enclosure ventilation air passages are separated in the filter house ____.
A. To provide added filtration of combustion air
B. To provide cooling or heating of combustion air without cooling or heating enclosure
ventilation air
C. To allow more effective silencing of airflow into the engine
D. Develop negative pressure between the enclosures

4.

The turbine enclosure is maintained at a ______________ pressure during operation.


A. Negative

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5. During normal operation, both of the turbine enclosure ventilation fans are running.
A. True

B. False

6. The engine air inlet silencer reduces noise by reducing combustion air velocity.
A. True

B. False

7. The ventilation fans pressure the generator enclosure and vent the turbine enclosure, creating a
pressure-differential between the enclosures. How does this arrangement help improve safety?

8. All the ventilation air is filtered to the same degree as the combustion air. Why is this filtration
important to maintenance of the generator?

9. What is the tag number for the Enclosure differential switch?


10. How many inlet temperature gages are located on the air inlet housing?

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11. Are the exhaust fans for the turbine and inlet fans for the generator rated the same?

12. How can ice build-up be prevented from the air inlet housing?

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THEORY OF OPERATION

The water wash system provides a mechanism for cleaning engine compressor blades to increase
compressor efficiency and improve engine power output versus fuel burned. There are many types of
compressor fouling. The type and rate of fouling depend on the environment in which the gas turbine
operates and the type of inlet filtration.
Among the most common types of contaminants are:

Dirt or soil

Sand

Coal dust

Insects

Salt (Corrosion)

Oil

Turbine exhaust gas

Salt, aside from being a contaminant by itself, also causes corrosion of blading and ductwork and
subsequent ingestion of rust and scale. Oil increases the ability of contaminants to cling to compressor
passages and airfoils. The type of material that is deposited on the compressor blading influences the
method of its removal. In other words, some material will respond to one cleaning media, others to
another.
Keeping the compressor internals clean can alleviate a number of problems before they ever become
apparent. Besides the obvious benefits of enhanced efficiency (increased power output, lower T-3
temperatures, etc.), keeping the HPC clean will help blades survive longer. If the compressor is dirty,
additional weight is added to the airfoil and this increases the cyclic stress. Also, dirt in the dovetail slots
will add to the existing friction loading at the dovetail/slot interface and between the two mechanisms
making a blade dovetail failure, more likely. Performing thorough water washes with high quality
ingredients on a regular basis with help combat these conditions.
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Methods of Detection
Visual
Performance Monitoring

VISUAL INSPECTION
The best method for detecting a fouled compressor is visual inspection. This involves shutting the unit
down, removing the inlet plenum inspection hatch, and visually inspecting the compressor inlet, bellmouth,
inlet guide vanes, and early stage blading. If there are any deposits, including dust or oily deposits that
can be wiped or scraped off these areas, the compressor is fouled sufficiently to affect performance. The
initial inspection reveals whether the deposits are oily or dry. For oily deposits, a water-detergent wash is
required, followed by clean water rinses. The source of the oil should be located and corrected before
cleaning to prevent recurrence of the fouling.

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PERFORMANCE MONITORING

A second method for detecting a fouled compressor is performance monitoring. Performance monitoring
involves obtaining gas turbine data on a routine basis, which in turn is compared to baseline data to
monitor trends in the performance of the gas turbine.

The performance data is obtained by running the unit at a steady base load and recording output,
exhaust temperatures, inlet air temperatures, barometric pressure, compressor discharge pressure and
temperature, and fuel consumption. The data should be taken carefully with the unit warmed up. If
performance analysis indicates compressor fouling, it should be verified by a visual inspection.

Washing and rinsing solutions are mixed in a holding reservoir and pumped into nozzle rings in the
engine air inlet under controlled pressure and flow rates for optimum cleaning. Operators are responsible
for charging the reservoir and initiating the washing and rinsing cycles. Software logic then operates the
pump and valve controls, based upon operator mode selections and engine safety permissives.

Following the release of washing and rinsing solutions into the engine, a software- controlled air purge of
the nozzles prevents contamination or blockages in the feed nozzles.

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On Line
Manifold

Off Line
Manifold

INLET PLENIUM SHOWING ON-LINE/OFF-LINE WATER WASH RINGS

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OFF-LINE and ON-LINE WASH MODES

Off-Line
Most effective
Uses de-min water/detergent solution

On-Line
Not as effective as Off-Line procedure
May extend intervals between Off-Line washes
Uses de-min water only

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The flow and instrument diagram illustrates separate nozzle rings in the engine inlet for on-line and off-line
cleaning. Droplet size is larger in the off-line ring, allowing greater flow volume than is permissible when
the engine is running. Smaller droplets are necessary in on-line operation to avoid blocking compressor
blades at speeds above core idle. Cold weather operations require the addition of anti-freeze. Be sure to
check manufacturers information for mixing of soap solution and antifreeze to ensure compatibility.
Operators initiate washing by closing the tank drain, discharge, and water fill lines. After introducing
recommended chemical amounts, the chemical inlet valve is closed and the water fill valve is opened.
The engine manufacturer recommends 150 F180 F (66 C 82 C) water temperature. For units
without the tank heating option, water preheating is recommended. A sight gage is provided to avoid
overfilling.
After charging the reservoir, WASH mode is selected on the turbine control panel (TCP). If the engine is
not running, an off-line sequence is enabled. The START pushbutton on the water wash skid activates the
sequence as follows:

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NOTE: Conduct all Water Wash procedures IAW WP 4014.


Off-Line Water Wash

Remove the following sensor lines on the engine as close to the sensing point as possible. Tape off, with
non-residue tape, the sensor side of the line.

P2 Low Pressure Compressor Inlet Pressure

P2.5 High Pressure Compressor Inlet Pressure

P3 High Pressure Compressor Discharge Pressure

P4.8 Low Pressure Turbine Inlet Pressure


PS55 Thrust Balance pressure
8TH bleed air actuating line to exhaust drain valve.

1.

A WASH MODE ACTIVE status message is presented on the operators CRT screen.

2.

The generator alternating current (AC) lube oil and jacking pumps are activated. (In systems
generating 50 Hz power, a gearbox turning motor is activated.)

3.

The electric motor driving the centrifugal water pump is activated, pressurizing the water lines to
both cleaning ring manifolds.

4.

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XN25 > 1700 rpm

2.

XN2 > 200 rpm

3.

T48 average < 200 F (93 C)

4.

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5. The off-line ring manifold feed solenoid valve is opened, allowing flow from the reservoir.

6. Both manifold solenoid valves are opened and the air purge valve is opened for approximately 1
minute.

7. A WASH COMPLETE operator message is presented and the skid-mounted pushbutton is reset.

Off-line rinse is performed identically, except chemicals are not added to the water tank before pressing
the WATER WASH pushbutton.

Off-line reservoir empty time is approximately 10 minutes.

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On-Line Water Wash

The permissives listed below are verified for on-line washing:

Engine loading 1.5 MW


XNSD > 3585 rpm
XN25 > 8000 rpm

Operator messages indicate which permissives are not met in off-line or on-line modes. On-line reservoir
empty time is approximately 13 minutes.

Washing or rinsing can be terminated before the reservoir level switch closes by pressing the skidmounted pushbutton a second time.

NOTE: All waste water from water washing is to be disposed of in accordance with the local
environmental standards.

NOTE: During water wash, approximately 10 percent of the water and cleaning solution will leak through
the engine casing and openings to the exterior of the engine.

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Features of the water wash system include the following:

Vent with 40-micron filter in the reservoir fill cap


Filters at each ring manifold inlet
Pressure indicator in the manifold feed line (the pressure should read in the 80120 psig range)
Analog flow rate indicator in the manifold feed line (normal flow rates are 58 gpm)
Pressure regulator valve upstream of the flow rate indicator, allowing adjustment of flow rate

The following liquids detergents are available for crank/soak compressor cleaning:
B&B 3100 (Crank/Soak clean only)
Ardrox 6322
RMC Turbine/Engine Cleaner (Rivenaes)
Rochem Fyrewash
ZOK 271.A

In freezing weather, mix one of the agents below with the cleaning solution mixtures:
Isopropyl Alcohol
Acetone

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Compressor Water Wash System Review

1.

Compressor cleaning is carried out periodically to ____.


A. Improve combustion airflow efficiency
B. Improve fuel use efficiency
C. Decrease T.3 at the same power settings
D. All of the above
E. None of the above

Distilled water is used for water wash to prevent corrosive buildup from contaminated water.
A. True

B. False

3.

How is excess water removed from the turbine exhaust case?

4.

Lack of distilled water rinses will leave undesirable deposits on the engine compressor blades.
A. True

B. False

5.

Off-line water wash may not be initiated until surface temperature of the gas turbine is less than
______________ degrees Fahrenheit (degrees Centigrade).

6.

Is it recommended to double the cleaning solution on excessively dirty compressors blades? Why?

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What is more effective, an online or off line water wash? Why.

8.

Where are the water wash manifolds and nozzles located?

9.
Why is preheating the solution prior to admitting it into the compressor section
recommended?

10.

How are water wash chemicals disposed of?

11.

The water wash filters are located_________________?

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VIBRATION MONITORING SYSTEM FUNCTION DIAGRAM

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PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE 3500 IS TO PROVIDE:


Machinery protection by continuously comparing monitored parameters against configured alarm set
points to drive alarms.
Essential machine management information for both operations and maintenance personnel.

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VIBRATION MONITORING SYSTEM THEORY OF OPERATION


The vibration monitoring system produces vibration magnitude data with adjustable alarm and shutdown
set points for engine and generator safety.
The previous figure illustrates the LM6000 engine and generator vibration sensors and electronic
components. Aft and forward engine accelerometers are installed on the turbine rear frame (TRF) and
compressor rear frame (CRF). These sensors produce complex electrical waveforms, resulting from the
frequency and amplitude of engine vibration. Interface modules, installed in relative close proximity to the
sensors, integrate 10-mV/g acceleration signals to obtain 100-mV/sec velocity signals for processing in
modules that plug into the control rack. The rack is mounted in the turbine control panel.
Tracking filters receive low-pressure turbine (LPT) and high-pressure turbine (HPT) velocity and speed
signals. The tracking filters present the velocity components associated with the two turbine speeds on
front panel displays.
In summary, four velocity signals are produced: one from each accelerometer, filtered at XN25 and at
XNSD speeds. They are noted as follows:
Engine (FWD) vibration velocity at (HPC) speed
Engine (AFT) vibration velocity at (HPC) speed
Engine (FWD) vibration velocity at power turbine (LPT/LPC) speed
Engine (AFT) vibration velocity at power turbine (LPT/LPC) speed

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Generator Bearing Proximitors


Proximitors are installed on the drive and non-drive ends of the generator drive shaft bearing housings, to measure
displacement between the bearing housings and the generator shaft. Two proximitors are mounted on each bearing
housing perpendicular to the shaft axis and displaced 90 radially. The proximitors are referred to as x and y and
mounted on both drive and non-drive ends of the generator.
Displacement measurements from the four proximitors are displayed on modules installed in rack slots 7 and 8 as
follows:
Drive end x
Drive end y
Non-drive end x
Non-drive end y

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ACCELEROMETER

ACCELEROMETER OPERATION
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Accelerometer Theory of Operation


In the study of physical systems, it is often desirable to observe the motion of a system and, in particular,
its acceleration.
An accelerometer can be described as a combination of the two transducers the primary transducer,
typically a single degree of freedom vibrating mass, or seismic mass, which converts the acceleration into
displacement, and a secondary transducer which converts the displacement of the seismic mass into an
electric signal.
As the accelerometer reacts to motion, it places the piezoelectric crystal into compression or tension,
which causes a surface charge to develop on the crystal. The charge is proportional to the displacement
of the crystal. As the large body moves, the mass of the accelerometer will move with an inertial
response. The piezoelectric crystal acts as the spring to provide a resisting force and damping. As the
seismic mass moves, it places a piezoelectric crystal into compression or tension, which causes a surface
charge to develop on the crystal, which is proportional to the motion.

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VIBRATION HMI SCREEN

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Turbine Generator Vibration Monitor Display

Turbine Vibration Sensors (Accelerometers) at CRF and TRF Locations


LP and HP vibration component displayed for each sensor
Wideband vibration signal displayed for each sensor

Gearbox Accelerometers
Turbine and Generator Ends

Generator Proximeters
X and Y displacement for Drive End
X and Y displacement for Non-Drive (Exciter) End

Accelerometers displayed as velocity inches (millimeters) per second


Proximeters displayed as displacement mils (micrometers)

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VIBRATION AND SPEED SENSING INSTRUMENTATION


Excerpt from F&I D XXX270

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VIBRATION MONITORING SYSTEM


1.

Low Voltage DC Power Supply / Future Expansion: Operates under fully loaded conditions with a
single power supply. When two power supplies are installed in a rack, the supply in the lower slot
acts as the primary supply and the supply in the upper slot acts as the backup supply. If the
primary supply fails, the backup supply will provide power to the rack without interrupting rack
operation.

2.

Rack Interface Module: Primary interface that supports Bently-Nevada proprietary protocol used to
configure the rack and retrieve machinery information. The rack interface module provides the
connections needed to support current Bently-Nevada Communications Processors and Dynamic
Data Interface External.

3.

Communications Gateway Module: Provides serial communications between the 3500 Monitor
System and a plant information system such as a distributed control system (DCS) or a
programmable logic controller (PLC). Collects data from the modules in the rack over a high-speed
internal network and sends this data to the information system upon request. The module is able
to establish communications with up to six hosts over Ethernet.

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4.

Aero GT Vibration Monitor: 4-channel monitor that accepts input from four Velocity Transducers
and uses these inputs to drive alarms. The monitor can be programmed using the 3500 Rack
Configuration Software to execute any filter options.

5.

Keyphasor Module: 2-channel module used to provide Keyphasor signals to the monitor modules.
The module receives input signals from proximity probes or magnetic pickups and converts the
signals to digital Keyphasor signals that indicate when the Keyphasor mark on the shaft is under
the Keyphasor Probe. A Keyphasor signal is a digital timing signal that is used by monitor modules
and external diagnostic equipment to measure vector parameters like 1x amplitude and phase.

6.

Proximitor Monitor: 4-channel module that accepts input from proximity transducers, linear variable
differential transformers (DC & AC LVDTs), and rotary potentiometers and uses this input to drive
alarms. It is programmed by using the 3500 Rack Configuration Software to perform any of the
following functions: Thrust Position, Differential Expansion, Ramp Differential Expansion,
Complementary Input Differential Expansion, Case Expansion, and Valve Position.

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7.

Future Expansion

8.

4 Channel Relay Module: Contains four relay outputs. Each relay output is fully programmable
using AND and OR voting. The Alarm Drive Logic for each relay channel can use alarming inputs
(alerts and dangers) from any monitor channel in the rack. The Alarm Drive Logic is programmed
using the Rack Configuration Software.

9.

Dynamic Pressure Monitor: Single slot, 4- channel monitor that accepts input from various high
temperature pressure transducers and uses this input to drive alarms. The monitor has one
proportional value per channel, bandpass dynamic pressure. The bandpass corner frequencies
are configured using the 3500 Rack Configuration Software along with an additional notch filter.

10.

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Vibration Monitoring System Review

1. Engine vibration is measured using ___________________________. (What devices?)

2. Generator vibration is measured using ________________________. (What devices?)

3. Engine vibration monitoring is disabled at low HPT speeds to ____.


A. Prevent high-voltage excursions from the turbine-monitoring devices from damaging the
sensitive vibration system electronics
B. Prevent annoying operators with nuisance alarms and possible shutdowns
C. Present only the most favorable vibration data to system operators
D. None of the above

4.

Four velocity signal inputs are feed to the turbine frequency tracking filters to obtain data on the
forward and aft frames of the engine at both HPT and LPT speeds.
A. True

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5. Proximitors mounted in the generator bearing housings measure ____.


A. Shaft displacement
B. Shaft deflection
C. Shaft x and y alignment
D. Changes in shaft speed

6. Tracking filters receive low-pressure (LPT) and high-pressure (HPT) velocity and speed signals.
A. True

B. False

7. The vibration monitor display on the operator interface panel is calibrated in ____ per second for
turbine vibration.
A. Inches per sec
B. Mills/millimeters per sec
C. Cubic feet per min
D. All of the above at operator discretion

8. Vibration monitoring of the engine is disabled until the HPT speed has increased above
______________ rpm.

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9.Vibration levels should not be changed by operators.


A. True

B. False

10. Excessive generator rotor vibration requires pulling the main generator rotor and performing a close
visual examination of the bearings.
A. True

B. False

11. The waveform of generator displacement is generally ____________.


A. Sinusoidal
B. Trapezoidal
C. Hexagonal
D. Tangential

12. Can the vibration data collected within the control system be graphed?

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FIRE SYSTEM OPERATION


The fire protection system utilizes flame, thermal, and gas detectors in the generator and turbine
enclosures to detect fire or fire-causing conditions. The system activates precautionary alarms or engine
shutdown commands under specific conditions. Fire-extinguishing CO2 is released into the enclosures if
flames are detected or temperatures rise above set limits. Backup ventilation fans are activated to
exhaust explosive gases from the enclosures should gas-air mixtures reach dangerous levels.
Pressure from CO2 in the release lines activates pneumatic actuators, pulling pins that allow weights to
fall, thus closing louvers (fire dampers) in the ventilation ducts. These fire dampers reduce the supply of
oxygen and confine CO2 within the enclosures for maximum effect.

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FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM


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THEORY OF OPERATION
Because of its importance to the system while running, and in Standby or Static state, the Allestec Fire
Protection system performs a routine system check every 36 hours. At time of initial power-up, the FPP
sets an internal watchdog timer that initiates a status check at 36-hour intervals. During this period the
system looks at each circuit run to the manual switches, heat sensors, flame detectors, gas detectors,
pressure switches and battery charger system to verify proper operating parameters of the external
components. If a device is not functioning properly, or if the system detects a loss of circuit continuity, an
alarm will be annunciated and displayed on the Operators Alarm and Shutdown screen on the HMI.

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INFRARED FLAME DETECTORS
A total of four dual-element infrared flame
detectors signal the fire control modules when
flames are present. Three of these detectors are
located in the turbine enclosure and one is
located in the generator enclosure. The
detectors are filtered for different wavelengths in
the infrared spectrum, and are activated by the
spectral characteristics of light emitted from
hydrocarbon flames. In the gas turbine
enclosure, 2 of 3 sensors need to detect the fire
for 2.5 seconds before initiating fire
alarm/shutdown. The single generator sensor
needs to detect flames for 2.5 seconds prior to
initiating alarm/shutdown.

Flame Detector

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THERMAL SPOT DETECTORS
Four thermal spot detectors, two each located
in the generator and turbine enclosures,
monitor temperatures and signal the fire
control modules when high temperatures are
present.

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COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTORS
Combustible gas is detected by three dualelement sensors, two for the turbine
enclosure and one for the generator
enclosure. The dual elements, one of
which is exposed to the local atmosphere
and one of which is sealed, are balanced to
cancel the effects of temperature, aging,
and humidity. An unbalance occurs when
gas affects the electrical conductivity of the
exposed element.

COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

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Alarm Horns
Alarm horns, located in the turbine and generator enclosures
and outside the package, will sound if fire or gas is detected.
CO2 is released 30 seconds after the alarm horns sound. A
manual key-switch is provided as a Horn Acknowledge mute
switch.
Strobe Lights
Strobe lights emit a bright, flashing red light whenever the fire
suppression system has been activated.

NOTE: Except during an actual response to a fire Alarm/Shutdown condition, if the system initiates a 36hour status check, any condition such as a manual inhibit mode will be reset. Operators should utilize the
use of the manual shutoff valve ZS-6364 located in the CO2 enclosure when doing a quick internal
package inspection. Situation could arise while in an inhibit-only mode to perform an inspection, system
could initiate the 36-hour check and reset inhibit status. System does not indicate that the FPP panel is
performing this diagnostic function.

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Strobe lights activate with the initialization of the FPP panel. The strobe latch-in relay is armed when a
shutdown condition occurs and the fan latched-out relays are armed (CO2 discharged). In the condition
where high LEL initiates a shutdown, the strobe latch-in relays are armed. The strobes cannot be turned
off until the key-operated CO2 purge switch is activated and fan logic reset.

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CO2 Purge Switch
The CO2 Purge Switch is a key-lock switch that is
actuated in order to open fire dampers, enable
ventilation fan operation and turn off strobe lights
after fire system activation.

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CO2 RELEASE PRESSURE SWITCH
The pressure switch is located on the discharge of the CO2
bottles, downstream of the manual block valve.
The switch is activated upon discharge of the main bank of CO2.
If the main bank is released and the switch is not activated, the
controller will release the reserve bank.
If CO2 is released manually at the control head, activation of the
switch will result in a FSLO shutdown of the generator set.
Set at 150 psig (1035 kPaG) - FSLO shutdown.

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CO2 BOTTLE RELEASE SOLENOID VALVE
(CONTROL HEAD)
Two solenoid operated release valves are mounted
in each of the banks of bottles (Main and Reserve).
It only takes one per bank to actuate the CO2
system.
CO2 system may be manually actuated for the
solenoid valve. Resetting the valve is completed
manually with a screw driver.

CO2 MANUAL BLOCK VALVE


Manual operated valve located on the
discharge side of the CO2 bottles. Utilized
when accessing the enclosures to ensure no
accidentally CO2 release in the module.
The valve has an electronic position feedback
to the fire protection panel. In the closed
position, release of CO2 is inhibited.

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Gas Turbine Enclosure Ventilation Fan Fire
Dampers (2)
Each gas turbine ventilation fan has a fire
damper on the inlet side of the fan. During a
Fire Stop the fire dampers are closed by CO2
pressure to stop all airflow from the enclosure.
Compressed air is used to reset fire dampers.

FIRE DAMPER ACTUATORS


Located outside the turbine enclosure is an
instrument air fitting that is used for resetting fire
dampers. Under normal operation the supply air
valve is closed and the discharge valve is open,
vented to atmosphere. To reset dampers, close the
discharge valve and open the air supply to dampers.
After reset, close the air supply valve and open the
discharge valve to atmosphere.
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FIRE PROTECTION PANEL

The Fire Protection Panel illustrated above is comprised of plug-in modules that link to flame, thermal, and
gas detection sensors inside the turbine and generator enclosures. The FPP also contains Alarm,
Release, Manual Pull, and Fault modules that provide activation of CO2 release solenoids and
annunciation of operating conditions. The function of the individual modules is as described on the
following pages.

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NOTE: Unlike most modular control systems, the slots within the Fire Protection System cardframe are
numbered from right to left. Thus, for reference, the module in slot number 1 is located at the far right
hand end of the cardframe, when viewed from the front of the control panel.

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FAULT MODULE
The Fault module assists operators in identifying fault categories
and provides a mechanism for resetting the audible fault horn. The
Power LED indicates low battery supply voltage. The AUX LED is
not used in the system as presently configured. Faults are also
displayed locally on each plug-in module type.
1. System Amber indicator illuminates when a fault in any
module in the system is present.
2. Battery Voltage Green indicator illuminates should the battery
power rise to approximately 30V or fall to approximately 18V.
3. Aux (Not Used) Amber indicator illuminates when normally closed circuit
is open.
4. Power LED Green indicator illuminates when power is applied to the
module.
5. Reset Switch Toggle switch used to reset module and alarm conditions.

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MANUAL PULL MODULE


The Manual Pull module accepts inputs from manual pull switches
located strategically around the GTG package and sets a latch, which
activates the Alarm and Release modules. Operation of any of the
manual pull switches also causes the Fire LED on the module front
panel to energize.
1. Fire Upon activation of a manual pull station, this LED
will illuminate and audio and visual alarms will be activated.
The release module will also be activated.
2. Fault Amber indicator will illuminate when a circuit is
open in the manual release input wiring and the alarm
will be activated.
3. Power LED Green indicator illuminates when power is applied
to the module.
4. Inhibit/Reset Toggle switch allows testing of the detectors while
disabling the main and reserve banks of the release module.

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RELEASE MODULE
The release module activates CO2 release solenoids after pre-set time
delays. Manual pull switches, high temperature detection, or flame
detection will activate a 30-second timer in the Release module. Following
the 30-second warning delay, the primary bank of CO2 bottles is released.
At the time of release, 10-second and 90-second timers are initiated. If CO2
pressure is not sensed in the release lines when the 10-second timer
elapses, the backup bottle bank is released. If flames continue to be
detected when the 90-second timer elapses, the backup bottle bank is also
released.
1. Main Red indicator illuminates when CO2 is released from CO2
cylinders.
2. Reserve Red indicator illuminates when CO2 is released from reserve
CO2 cylinders.
3. Main Amber indicator illuminates when an open conductor in the Main
Release circuit is detected.

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4. Reserve Amber indicator illuminates when an open conductor in the Reserve Release circuit is
detected.
5. PSW Amber indicator illuminates when an open conductor in
the Pressure Switch (PSW) line is detected.
6. Abort Amber indicator will illuminate when an open conductor in the abort line is detected.
7. Power LED Green indicator illuminates when power is applied to the module.
8. Inhibit/Reset Switch Inhibit position inhibits release of CO2 while testing Input Module Alarms.
Manual Pulls may still be used in normal manner while Inhibit function is selected. Reset position allows
user to reset the fault circuit provided the condition causing the fault has been cleared.

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INPUT MODULE (TURBINE OPTICS)


The input module for the turbine optics accepts inputs from the three optical
flame detectors in the turbine enclosure. Once activated by a detector the Input
Module will initiate the Alarm Module and the Release Module. When reset with
the spring-loaded Reset switch, the LEDs extinguish. Fault LEDs do not blink.
To prevent nuisance alarms, adjustable time delays on the input module printed
circuit cards determine the length of time sensor contacts must remain closed
before being captured and presented as a valid signal.
1. Fire 1 Red indicator illuminates as long as the detector remains in alarm.
When the alarm clears, the LED will blink to indicate there has been a relay
closure. The module can be reset when all alarms on this module have been
cleared.
2. Fire 2 Red indicator illuminates as long as the detector remains in alarm.
When the alarm clears, the LED will blink to indicate there has been a relay
closure. The module can be reset when all alarms on this module have been
cleared.
3. Fire 3 Red indicator illuminates as long as the detector remains in alarm.
When the alarm clears, the LED will blink to indicate there has been a relay
closure. The module can be reset when all alarms on this module have been
cleared
4. Fault 1 Amber indicator illuminates when there is a sensor contact open in
No. 1 Fault Input circuit.

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5. Fault 2 Amber indicator illuminates when there is a sensor contact open in No. 2 Fault Input circuit.
6. Fault 3 Amber indicator illuminates when there is a sensor contact open in No. 3 Fault Input circuit.
7. Power LED Green indicator illuminates when power is applied to the module.
8. Reset Switch Allows resetting the input module.

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INPUT MODULE (GENERATOR OPTICS)


The input module for the generator optics accepts inputs from the
single optical flame detector in the generator enclosure and four
thermal sensor inputs. Two thermal inputs are wired in parallel from
the turbine enclosure and two from the generator enclosure. Once
activated by a detector the Input Module will initiate the Alarm Module
and the Release Module. When reset with the spring-loaded Reset
switch, the LEDs extinguish. Fault LEDs do not blink.
To prevent nuisance alarms, adjustable time delays on the input module
printed circuit cards determine the length of time sensor contacts must
remain closed before being captured and presented as a valid signal.
1. Fire 1 Red indicator illuminates as long as the detector remains in
alarm. When the alarm clears, the LED will blink to indicate there has
been a relay closure. The module can be reset when all alarms on this
module have been cleared.
2. Fire 2 Red indicator illuminates as long as the detector remains in
alarm. When the alarm clears, the LED will blink to indicate there has been
a relay closure. The module can be reset when all alarms on this module
have been cleared.
3. Fire 3 Red indicator illuminates as long as the detector remains in alarm.
When the alarm clears, the LED will blink to indicate there has been a relay
closure. The module can be reset when all alarms on this module have been
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4. Fault 1 Amber indicator illuminates when there is a sensor contact open in No. 1 Fault Input circuit.
5. Fault 2 Amber indicator illuminates when there is a sensor contact open in No. 2 Fault Input circuit.
6. Fault 3 Amber indicator illuminates when there is a sensor contact open in No. 3 Fault Input circuit.
7. Power LED Green indicator illuminates when power is applied to the module.
8. Reset Switch Allows resetting the input module.

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ALARM MODULE
Note: The horn, strobe, and bell circuits are fused. Open fuses or continuity
loss to the end devices will activate the associated Fault LEDs on the
module front panel.
The Input or Manual Pull modules activate the alarm module. When
activated the Alarm Module will sound the annunciation devices and turn on
the strobe light.
1. Bell Red indicator illuminates when the Manual Pull via Release Module
activates the Bell upon an alarm input from the Input Module. The LED will
blink once the alarm has been silenced to indicate that it has been silenced.
2. Horn Red indicator illuminates when the Manual Pull via Release Module
activates the Horn upon an alarm input from the Input Module. The LED will
blink once the alarm has been silenced to indicate that it has been silenced.
3. Strobe Red indicator illuminates when the Manual Pull via Release
Module activates the Strobe upon an alarm input from the Input Module. The
LED will blink once the alarm has been silenced to indicate that it has been
silenced.
4. Fault 1 Amber indicator illuminates when there is a fault in the Bell circuit, and
it flashes when the Silence switch has been operated.
5. Fault 2 Amber indicator illuminates when there is a fault in the Horn circuit, and
it flashes when the Silence switch has been operated.

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6. Fault 3 Amber indicator when there is a fault in the strobe light circuit.
7. Power LED Green indicator illuminates when power is applied to the module.
8. Silence/Reset Switch The Silence function will silence the horn after which
the Horn LED blinks until Reset is activated. The reset function extinguishes the
Horn and Strobe LEDs. The Reset function is only permitted if the event causing
the alarm is cleared.

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GAS MODULE TURBINE ENCLOSURE


Gas modules accept 420 mA analog signals from gas detectors in the turbine
enclosure and display the values calibrated as a percentage of the lower
explosion limit (LEL) of the gas-air mixture. To initiate programming, both the Step
and Set Reset pushbuttons are pressed simultaneously.
In normal operation, gas levels will be well below the Lo Alarm limit. Should the
level increase to a value greater than the Lo or Hi Alarm limits, the respective
LEDs will illuminate. The HiHi Alarm LED indicates a 100% LEL.
1. Display Two seven-segment LEDs display the real-time concentration of
gas level between 5 and 100% LEL, PPM, or percent of analog current loop.
Displays also indicate or or ur for over or under range sensor inputs and
programming information for setting alarm parameters.
2. Step Switch used to increment program steps, and the selected values
are stored in the memory with this switch.
3. Step/Reset Switch used to enter and store values into the program mode.
Also allows the operator to reset fault circuit.
4. Hi-Hi Alarm Red LED illuminates when pre-set limit is exceeded.
5. Hi Alarm Red LED illuminates when pre-set limit is exceeded.
6. Lo-Alarm Amber LED illuminates when pre-set limit is exceeded.
7. Fail Red LED illuminates when the module detects a sensor failure.

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GAS MODULE GENERATOR ENCLOSURE


Gas modules accept 420 mA analog signals from gas detectors in the turbine
enclosure and display the values calibrated as a percentage of the lower explosion
limit (LEL) of the gas-air mixture. To initiate programming, both the Step and Set
Reset pushbuttons are pressed simultaneously.
In normal operation, gas levels will be well below the Lo Alarm limit. Should the level
increase to a value greater than the Lo or Hi Alarm limits, the respective LEDs will
illuminate. The Hi Hi Alarm LED indicates a 100% LEL.
1. Display Two seven-segment LEDs display the real-time concentration of gas
level between 5 and 100% LEL, PPM, or percent of analog current loop. Displays
also indicate or or ur for over or under range sensor inputs and programming
information for setting alarm parameters.
2. Step Switch used to increment program steps, and the selected values are
stored in the memory with this switch.
3. Step/Reset Switch used to enter and store values into the program mode.
Also allows the operator to reset fault circuit.
4. Hi-Hi Alarm Red LED illuminates when pre-set limit is exceeded.
5. Hi Alarm Red LED illuminates when pre-set limit is exceeded.
6. Lo-Alarm Amber LED illuminates when pre-set limit is exceeded.
7. Fail Red LED illuminates when the module detects a sensor failure.

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Fire Sensor Alarm, Shutdown, and Action Summary


Sensor

Temperature

Gas Detection

Flame Detection

Notes:

Alarm

Shutdown

Ventilation
Fans

CO2 Release

YES
Gen. Encl.

YES @ >225 F

OFF (1)

YES (2,3)

YES
Turbine Encl.

YES @ >450 F

OFF (1)

YES (2,3)

YES @
>20%
LEL (4)

NO

B/U fans in
appropriate
encl. ON

NO

YES @
>60%
LEL (4)

YES

B/U fans in
appropriate
encl. ON

NO

YES

YES (5)

All fans OFF (1)

YES (2,3,6)

(1)

Fire dampers are closed by CO2 pressure in release lines.


Alarm horns and beacon lights are activated 30 seconds before CO2 is released to allow personnel to clear fire area.
(3)
Backup bottles are released if pressure from first release is not detected within 10 seconds.
(4)
Lower Explosion Limit (LEL) of gas-air mixture.
(5)
Two of the three flame detectors in the turbine enclosure must detect flame for release of CO2. The single flame detector in the generator enclosure, when
activated, will cause release of CO2.
(6)
If flames continue to be detected 90 seconds after primary CO2 bottle bank is released, backup bottles are also released.
(2)

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TURBINE CONTROL SYSTEM \ FPP SIGNALS

Turbine Control System


Operator Messages

Shutdown/Alarm

GTG ROOM HI GAS LEVEL

FSLO

GTG TURBINE ROOM HI GAS LEVEL

FSLO

GTG ROOM AIR HI TEMP

FSLO

GENERATOR ROOM AIR HI TEMP

FSLO

GTG CO2 RELEASE

FSLO

24-VDC BATTERY LOW VOLTAGE

CDLO

GTG BATTERY CHARGER FAILURE AC

(ALARM ONLY)

GTG BATTERY CHARGER GROUND FAULT

(ALARM ONLY)

*Fire protection panel (FPP) internal diagnostic fault.


NOTE: FSLO, CDLO, and SML shutdown mode definitions are given in the Turbine Control System description.

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FPP F&ID

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Fire Protection System Review

1. CO2 is released into the turbine and generator enclosures only when flames are detected
A. True

B. False

2. Three types of sensors are installed in the turbine and generator enclosures. They are __________,
___________, and __________ detectors.

3. Is it safe to operate without a functioning fire system? What should happen if the fire system isnt
operating properly?

4. How is the fire system protected if there is a break in the wiring between the sensor and the monitor?

5. A reserve bank of CO2 bottles is released into the generator and turbine enclosures ONLY if the
pressure switch does not activate at 150 psig ()1034 kPaG) after the initial bank of bottles is released.
A.True

B. False

6. Should connections to flame detectors in either the turbine or the generator enclosures be accidentally
cut (open circuited), operators will not be alerted until an attempt is made to release CO2.
A. True
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INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICITY
All matter is composed of atoms that often arrange themselves into groups called molecules. The atom is composed of
smaller particles separated by space. The center of the atom is the nucleus that contains various particles, including
protons. These protons are said to have positive charge. The electrons, which complete the atomic structure, are said to
orbit the nucleus and have a negative charge.
Different atoms have different numbers of electrons, and atoms in their complete state have equal numbers of electrons
and protons. In this structure, the positive and negative charges cancel out each other, leaving the atom electrically
neutral.
Consider the copper atom; notice the outer electron is farthest from the nucleus and subject to a smaller force of attraction
than those electrons in the inner orbit. This electron is weakly held in position and often breaks free, moving at random
among the other copper atoms. An atom that loses an electron in this way is left with an overall positive charge, since it
has a positive proton in excess of those required to balance the effect of the negative electrons. Such an atom is called a
positive ion.
Electrons in motion constitute electric current. By the laws of nature, opposites attract. If opposite-charged materials are
connected electrically in some way, current will flow to the movement of electrons from negative to positive.

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ELECTRIC CURRENT IN A BLOCK


Consider a block of conducting material. Free electrons are moving at random among positive ions. If a battery is
connected across the block, free electrons close to the positive plate will be attracted to it and free electrons near the
negative plate will be repelled from it.
A steady flow of electrons occurs from the negative battery terminal to the positive terminal. For each electron entering the
positive terminal, one is ejected from the negative terminal, thus the total number of electrons in the material remains
constant.
VOLTAGE, CURRENT, AND RESISTANCE
To consider the basic DC circuit we must introduce the notion of voltage.
Consider our basic circuit, the battery connected across the piece of material. The reason there is current flow is because
there is an excess of electrons at the negative terminal and a deficiency of them at the positive one. We say there is a
difference in potential between the positive and the negative terminals, and we measure this potential difference in volts.
Adopting the physical analogy to electricity, we can say the following: In order for electrons to move, a force must be
applied. This force is called electromotive force (EMF) and is measured in volts.
In all conducting materials there is a resistance associated with electron movement. This is the electrical resistance and is
measured in ohms.

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OHMS LAW
The conditions required to set up and maintain the flow of electric current are as follows:
There must be a source of EMF (battery or generator
There must be a continuous external path (circuit) for the current to flow in
Consider the simple circuit shown on the previous page. When the switch is closed, a current will flow. The value of this
current depends on the battery EMF (in volts) and the amount of resistance in the circuit.
The relationship between EMF, current, and resistance is defined in the statement called Ohms law. The current flowing in
a circuit is directly proportional to the applied voltage.
EMF is inversely proportional to the resistance. We tend to express this relationship mathematically as follows:
I=V/R
I = Current (A)
V = EMF (V)
R = Resistance (R)
This gives us the magic triangle from which is given two of the circuit parameters; we can deduce the remaining one.

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POWER
To complete the definitions portion of this section, we need to consider power. We define power as the rate of doing work.
Whenever a force of any kind causes motion, work is said to be done. A difference in potential between any two points in an
electric circuit gives rise to a voltage, which causes electrons to move and current to flow. Thus, force causes motion and
work is done. So whenever voltage causes electrons to move, work is done in moving them.
The rate at which the work of moving electrons from point to point is done is called electrical power. The unit in which it is
measured is the watt (W). It is defined as the rate at which work is being done in a circuit in which a current of 1 ampere
(A) is flowing when the EMF applied is 1 volt (V). In real terms, power is the rate at which electrical energy can be
converted into useful forms of energy, such as heat or light.
Electrical power is expressed in watts (W), kilowatts (kW), or megawatts (MW). One horsepower of mechanical energy is
equal to 746 W or about kW (1000 W = 1 kW). As an example, 13,800 volts 1500 amperes = 20,700 kW (20.7 MW).
This example provides for the instantaneous amount of electrical power being generated.
The total energy produced by the generator is expressed in kilowatt-hours. As an example, 20,000 kW 2 hours of
generation = 40,000 kilowatt-hours. The formula for calculating kW (shown in the above illustration) is valid for directcurrent (DC) circuits and for alternating-current (AC) circuits when the AC voltage and current are in phase with each other.
The power (P) consumed in a resistor is determined by the voltage measured across it, multiplied by the current flowing
through it. The following power formula results: P = V I Watts = Volts Amps.

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CONDUCTORS AND INSULATORS


In the simple model we have been considering, we introduced the notion of conductors. The piece of material, which
permitted electron flow, is a conductor. Copper wire is considered a good conductor since it contains many free electrons.
Given an electric force (voltage) acting in a particular direction, electrical energy will be transferred through the conductor
by the directional movement of free electrons migrating from atom to atom within it. Each electron only moves a very
short distance to a neighboring atom, where it forces one of that atoms electrons from its outer orbit by mutual repulsion
of like charges and then takes its place.
The displaced electron repeats the process in another nearby atom, until the movement of electrons has been transmitted
through the conductor. The more electrons that can be made to move for a given applied electric force, the better the
conductor.
Popular conductors in use in the power industry today are aluminum and copper, with aluminum preferred, owing to its
lower price. Materials possessing very few free electrons are called insulators. In these materials, a lot of energy is
required to force electrons out of their orbit about the atoms. Even then only a few can be forced out at any one time. No
such thing as a perfect insulator exists and in that sense, they can be thought of as very poor conductors.

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MAGNETISM
Let us consider a common bar magnet. Magnetism about the magnet is exhibited in the form of lines of force. These
invisible lines of force are called flux lines and the shape of the area they occupy is called the flux pattern or magnetic field.
The magnetic lines of force always travel out from the North Pole and reenter the magnet through the South Pole. Inside the
magnet the lines of force travel from the South Pole to the North Pole. This way, the lines remain continuous and unbroken
and the complete path they take is called the magnetic circuit.
Flux lines per unit area, or flux density, are greater at the ends of the coil, where flux lines leave the north pole and enter the
south pole.
Pushing two similar poles of different magnets together, you experience a force of repulsion between them. By bringing
similar poles together, one can feel a strong force of attraction. It is a characteristic of all magnetic lines of force that they
always tend to repel one another and never unite or cross.
Two magnetic fields, which are brought close together, will deform themselves into considerably distorted flux patterns, but
will not cross each other. The type of magnet we have been considering is the natural phenomena of permanent magnetism
that is exhibited in some natural materials. It is possible, however, to induce magnetism in a material by means of electricity.
This is known as electromagnetism.

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CURRENT FLOW IN A CONDUCTOR


If a magnet is moved past a piece of wire, electric current is induced in this wire. The current is induced only when the
magnet is moving. As the diagrams demonstrate, you can increase the amount of electricity produced by increasing the
speed with which the wire is passed back and forth about the magnet, use a stronger magnet, or use more coils of wire.
The energy required to produce relative motion is analogous to the energy used in rotating a mechanical pump to produce
liquid flow, as illustrated above. The circulating liquid flow is analogous to current flow in the electric circuit. The switch in
the electrical circuit is analogous to the valve in the mechanical liquid circuit.

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FIELD AROUND A CURRENT-CARRYING CONDUCTOR


Current flow through a conductor produces a magnetic field, as illustrated above. The direction of magnetic flux lines is
predictable by Amperes right-hand rule. A compass near the conductor can be used to verify the presence and direction of
the magnetic field.

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ELECTROMAGNET AND RIGHT-HAND RULE


One of the effects of a conductor carrying a current is to produce a magnetic field. Any conductor carrying a current will, in
fact, act as a magnet.
If we cause current to flow in a piece of wire, a magnetic field is induced. The converse is also trueif you move a piece of
wire so that it cuts through a magnetic field, an electric current will flow in the wire.
Forming the conductor in the previous illustration into a coil, as illustrated above can increase magnetic field strength. To
make the magnetic field of the loop stronger, form the wire into a coil containing many loops. The individual fields of all the
loops reinforce one another and form a single strong magnetic field, extending both inside and outside the loop.
The field strength of the coil will then be proportional to current flow and the number of turns in the coil. The magnetism also
increases with increasing current. Note that once current ceases to flow in the conductor, magnetism is lost.
Flux lines per unit area, or flux density, is greater at the ends of the coil where flux lines leave the North (N) pole and enter
the South (S) pole.
The direction of the magnetic field about a current-carrying conductor is determined by the direction of current flow. If a
current-carrying conductor is grasped in the right hand with the thumb pointing in the direction of current flow, the fingers
wrapped around the conductor will point in the direction of the magnetic lines of force. This is known as the Right-Hand
Rule.

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ELEMENTARY GENERATOR
In order to understand the ac waveform, it does well to examine how it is produced. To do this, we need to understand the
mechanism of ac power generation. An elementary generator consists of a loop of wire placed so that it can be rotated in a
uniform magnetic field to produce electricity in the loop. If sliding contacts are used to connect the loop to an external
circuit, a current will flow around the external circuit and the loop.
The pole pieces are the North and South Poles of the magnet that supply the magnetic field. The loop of wire that rotates
through the field is called the armature. The ends of the armature loop are connected to rings called slip rings, which
rotate with the armature. Current collectors, called brushes, brush off the slip rings to pick up the electricity generated in
the armature and carry it to the external circuit.
In the description of the generator outlined, visualize the loop rotating through the magnetic field. As the sides of the loop
cut through the magnetic field, they generate an emf, which causes a current to flow through the loop, slip rings, brushes,
ammeter, and load resistor, all connected in series. The emf, which is generated in the loop and, therefore, the current that
flows, depends on the position of the loop in relation to the magnetic field.
ALTERNATING-CURRENT FREQUENCY
We have seen that as the loop of the elementary generator rotated through 360 degrees, one complete revolution, the
generated emf completed one cycle. If the loop rotates at a speed of 60 revolutions per second, the generated emf will
complete 60 cycles per second (c/s). It will then be said to have a frequency of 60 cycles per second.
The units we use for frequency are hertz (hz = c/s). Frequency is the number of cycles per second. The standard
commercial frequency used in the United States is 60 Hz. Other parts of the world use frequencies of 50 Hz. Lower than
50 Hz causes problems; for instance, a visible flicker of lights can be seen using an electrical supply of less than 50 Hz.
This is because every time the current changes direction, it falls to zero and momentarily switches off an electric lamp as it
does so. At 50 c/s, the lamp switches on and off at 100 times per second (faster than the human eye can detect, and
therefore, we have the impression that the lamp is permanently lit). At lower frequencies, it would be possible to discern
this switching.

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SIMPLE SINGLE-PHASE GENERATOR


Illustrated above is a permanent magnet with high permeability rotating near a single-loop conductor. As the N and S poles
rotate (to positions) near the loop, the flux density is increased and reversed when the opposite pole approaches.
The reversal in flux direction produces a once-per-cycle reversal in current flow, such that an oscillating waveform is
produced. The waveform produced is sinusoidal, having a peak-positive value as each N pole passes and a peak-negative
value as each S pole passes.
By positioning three loops, or coils, around a rotating magnet, as illustrated in (A) above, three voltage waveforms are
generated with each revolution. By arranging the coils 120 mechanical degrees apart (industry standard), three-phase
power is produced, as illustrated in (B) on the next page.

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SIMPLE THREE-PHASE GENERATOR


By positioning three loops, or coils, around a rotating magnet as illustrated in (A) above, three voltage waveforms are
generated with each revolution. By arranging the coils 120 mechanical degrees apart, industry-standard, 3-phase power is
produced, as illustrated in (B) above.
The generating system illustrated in (A) above uses a rotating electric magnet rather than a permanent magnet. Current
flow through the rotating windings is supplied by a battery and brushes, which contact rotating slip rings. A variable resistor
in the external battery current
loop regulates current flow through the rotating coil. This Excitation current determines the strength of the rotating magnetic
field and, therefore, the voltage and/or power output from the stator windings.

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TWO POLE GENERATOR


The excitation scheme, illustrated in (B) above, provides magnetic linking of the stationary and rotating parts of the machine
without using brushes. Brushless excitation has become an industry-preferred standard, eliminating the wear and failure
problems associated with brush type exciters.
In the brushless excitation scheme, the rotating flux lines of the permanent magnet induce an AC voltage in the surrounding
stationary windings. This AC voltage is rectified, and the resulting DC is regulated and applied to a set of stationary windings
called the Exciter Field. The exciter field windings surround an exciter rotor, which has induced in it an AC voltage. The AC
voltage output of the exciter rotor is rectified by diodes, which also rotate. The DC output from the rotating diodes is applied
to the main rotor to control the electrical output of the main stator windings. The regulation of exciter field current, therefore,
is a mechanism for controlling the 3-phase generator output.

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TWO BIG IDEAS

When magnetic lines of force cut a coil, a VOLTAGE is built in the coil.

When a current is passed through a coil, a MAGNETIC FIELD is built around the coil.

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GENERATOR OVERVIEW
Electric power generators convert rotational shaft horsepower into electrical energy. Typical output
from electric generators furnished in GE Energy Products gas turbine-generator (GTG) packages
with LM6000 engines is 50 megawatts (MW) under ideal conditions. The LM6000 engine produces
approximately 55,000 shp. The limiting factor for production over 50 MW is the LM6000 engine. The
Brush generator is rated for 60.5 MW, 13.8 Kv. The generator is oversized to provide added safety
margins and provide for future power increasing enhancements developed for the engine.
The generator is installed in an isolated, pressurized enclosure to prevent explosive gas leakage
from the engine into the generator compartment, where possible ignition could occur. It also
provides enclosed filtered air for cooling of the generator.
The unit is bolted to the gas turbine-generator package main skid, such that the rotor is axially
aligned with the engine drive shaft. A flexible coupling through the engine intake connects the
generator rotor to the engines low pressure compressor (LPC) drive shaft.

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The generator is characterized as a three-phase, two-pole brushless exciter


type, with an open-circuit air-cooling system. To avoid degraded
performance under high-current loads or ambient temperatures, cooling
has been a major consideration in the design of the generator.
Bearings at the drive and non-drive ends support the 12-ton rotor. The
gross weight of the assembled generator is approximately 92 tons.

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Stator Winding

2.

Stator Core

3.

Rotor

4.

Rotor Endcap

5.

Shaft Mounted Fan

6.

Bearing Oil Seal

7.

Exciter Cooling Air


Duct

8.

Endframe Bearing

9.

Exciter Stator

10.

Rotating Diodes

11.

Exciter Rotor

12.

PMG

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MAJOR COMPONENTS

1. Stator Winding - High voltage coils are mounted in the generator frame. Rotors lines
of force cut through these coils and create the generators output voltage.
2. Stator Core Thin laminations of low-loss electrical steel are stacked together to form
the generator core. The core concentrates the rotors magnetic flux in the stator coils and
completes the path of the rotors magnetic loops.
3. Rotor The rotor is a 12-ton, solid forging of nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy
steel. The rotor supports the field windings of solid copper bars. Current in the rotor
windings creates magnetic flux around the rotor. This flux cuts the stator coils and
produces the generators high-voltage output.
4. Rotor Endcaps The rotor endcaps are non-magnetic steel. The endcaps cover and
protect the end portions of the rotor windings.
5. Shaft-Mounted Fan(s) Two fans (one on each end of the rotor) pull cooling air into
the generator through top inlets at each end of the generator frame. The fans force the air
over the rotor and core and out through the central top exhaust exit.

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Pressure Oil Seals Twin lube oil seals are mounted at the inner and outer edge of each bearing
cavity. Air pressure from the shaft fans is inserted between the seals to contain the bearing lube
oil.

7.

Exciter Cooling Air Duct A fan on the exciter shaft pulls cooling air through this duct and forces
the air over the exciter components.

8.

Endframe Bearing(s) White-metal lined, hydrodynamic, cylindrical bearings support the rotor
shaft at each end. These bearings require continuous lubrication while the rotor is turning.

9.

Exciter Stator DC excitation current flows through these fixed stator coils, producing a magnetic
field around the coils. The exciter rotor coils cut through this magnetic field, and a voltage is
built in the rotating coils. Note: The energy is transferred to the rotating shaft without brushes,
slip rings or physical contact.

10. Rotating Diodes These diodes rectify the AC voltage in the Exciter Rotor Coils and produce DC
current to energize the rotor main windings.
11. Exciter Rotor A voltage is built in the Exciter Rotor coils when they cut through the magnetic flux
of the Exciter Stator coils. This voltage is rectified by diodes, providing DC current to energize
the main rotor windings.
12. Permanent Magnet Generator (PMG) The flux from sixteen shaft-mounted permanent magnets
cuts through the PMG stator coils and creates the AC utility voltage needed for excitation.
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Generator Frame

The generator frame is a box-shaped weldment built of carbon steel plates. The frame is
stiffened internally by web plates. These plates are aligned by key bars running parallel to the
axis of the machine. The key bars support the stator core.
After fabrication, the generator frame is machined on a large lathe. The lathe cuts an accurate
cylinder along the axis and provides machined faces on each end for mounting the generator
end pieces.
Main Rotor
The rotor is machined from a single alloy-steel forging of tested metallurgical properties.
Longitudinal slots are machined radially in the body in which the rotor windings are installed.
The windings are secured against centrifugal force by steel wedges fitted into dovetail openings
machined in the rotor slots. The coils are insulated from the slot walls by molded slot liners.
Molded ring insulation is provided at the coil ends to separate and support the coils under
thermal and rotational stresses. A centering ring held into place by shrink fit restricts axial
movement.
A single brush, spring-loaded against the rotor, carries stray ground currents from the rotor to
the frame ground. The brush is located near the drive end of the main rotor.

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Stator Winding Copper Bars

LAMINATED CORE SUPPORTS


STATOR COILS
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Stator Core
The stator core is built into a fabricated steel frame and consists of low-loss silicon, steelsegmented stampings insulated by a layer of varnish on both sides. The stampings are
divided into short sections by radial-ventilating ducts
extending from the center through to the outer ends. The stator windings are arranged in
patterns to minimize circulating currents. Conducting tape between the windings and the
machine frame provides Corona protection.
The stator core is a compressed stack of insulated, laminated steel strips. (The laminated
construction reduces electrical losses in the core.) The stator core provides the return
path to complete the rotors magnetic circuit. This concentrates the flux and produces
more power in the stator coils.

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PHASE & TERMINAL NUMBERS

WYE CONNECTED
PHASES

CUBICLES CONNECT GENERATOR


TO SITE EQUIPMENT

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Generator Connections
The generator has three stator coils, one per phase. Standard phase and terminal numbering is
shown in A above. Three coil terminals extend through the left side of the generator
housing, near the exciter end of the frame (T1,T2,T3), and three terminals extend through the
right side of the generator housing (T4,T5,T6), as shown below.
The generator connects to the site equipment through Lineside and Neutral Cubicles. These
cubicles contain heavy busbars to transmit the generator voltage to the load. The cubicles are
mounted on the outside of the generator enclosure at the site. The Lineside Cubicle can be
mounted on either side of the generator enclosure - to suit the customers layout. The Neutral
Cubicle mounts on the side opposite from the Lineside Cubicle.
In the Neutral Cubicle, three of the generator terminals are connected together by busbar,
creating a Wye arrangement, as shown in B above. The common, or Neutral, point is
connected to ground through a grounding transformer, as shown in C above.

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Lineside Cubicle

Neutral Cubicle and


Grounding Transformer

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Lineside Cubicle

The Lineside cubicle connects to the high-voltage output terminals of the generator. The customer then connects
the Lineside cubicle to the generator circuit breaker (52G) with busbar or high voltage cables.
Three sets of lightning arrestors and surge capacitors are mounted in the Lineside cubicle. These devices shortcircuit lightning energy to ground and protect the generator if lightning should strike the grid.
Neutral Cubicle
The Neutral cubicle connects to the side of the enclosure opposite the Lineside cubicle. Busbars in the Neutral
cubicle connect three phases together to form the neutral point of the generator Wye connection. The neutral
point connects to earth ground through the Neutral Grounding Transformer. The Neutral cubicle also contains
three sets of current transformers. These transformers tell the control system how much current is flowing in each
of the three phases of the generator. The control system uses these 0-5 Amp signals for metering and relaying.
Neutral Grounding Transformer
The Neutral Grounding Transformer connects the neutral point of the generators Wye connection to ground.
Grounding generators in this fashion provides a common potential reference for all the generators connected to
a grid. This allows them to work smoothly in parallel. The Neutral Grounding Transformer also limits the maximum
current flow from ground back into the generator if a phase conductor should accidentally fall to earth or
become grounded

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Generator Drive-End Bearing

A pressure-lubricated journal bearing supports the rotor at the drive and non-drive ends. Thrust pads are
installed between the drive-end journal and the bearing, to prevent longitudinal loads that may be
imposed upon the drive turbine.
The bearings are supported in fabricated steel housings, which are bolted directly to the machine ends.
The bearing housings are split on the horizontal shaft centerline with the lower half forming the bearing
oil sump. The bearings are of plain cylindrical design, white metal lines, and spherically seated within the
end frames. Oil under pressure is fed to the bearings and distributed over the bearing surface by internal
grooves.

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GENERATOR BEARING LUBRICATION


On the 60Hz Generators, there are two Lube Oil Pumps. One is a Mechanically driven Pump attached to
the Generator Exciter end. And an Auxiliary AC Pump mounted in the lower portion of the Generator
enclosure.
On the 50Hz Generators, there are two AC Lube Oil Pumps (one is primary and the other Secondary) and
one Auxiliary DC Lube Oil Pump.
On both the 50 and 60Hz Generators there are four Rundown tanks. Two on the Drive end and two on
the Non Drive End. Each tank contains 20 Gallons of Lube Oil and provide emergency bearing lubrication
in case of Lube oil pump failure.
A jacking lube oil pump is provided to reduce breakaway torque during startup, crank cycles and offline water wash motoring.
An orifice in the supply lines controls the bearing oil flow. Drain oil discharges into the bottom of the
bearing housing from where it is returned to the lube oil system.

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Generator Bearing Seal System


Pressurized knife-edge oil seals are mounted on the inboard and outboard faces of the bearing housing. The
outer chamber is supplied with pressurized air bled from the downstream side of the main generator fan.
Pressurization prevents oil and oil vapor from flowing along the shaft and out of the bearing housing.

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Generator Temperature Monitoring


Instrumentation installed within the generator by the generator manufacturer is as follows:
Three resistance temperature detectors (RTD's) are embedded in each stator windingone in
each winding is a spare.
Four RTD's are installed in the air duct flow pathtwo are operational, two are spares (on
water cooled generators they are used to monitor water temperatures).
Two RTDs are embedded in the bearings, one on the generator drive end and one on the
exciter end.
Two RTDs are installed in the bearings oil supply drain flow, one on the generator drive end
and one on the exciter end.

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Exciter Diode Wheel

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Exciter and Diode Assembly


The exciter assembly consists of a permanent magnet generator (PMG), an exciter stator and rotor, and a
rotating diode rectifier. These components are installed at the non-drive end of the generator shaft.
The PMG stator consists of a single-phase winding in a laminated core. Twelve permanent magnets rotate
on the rotor inside the stator. The PMG output AC voltage is rectified and regulated by the modular
automatic voltage regulator (MAVR).
The exciter stator, which receives the MAVR output DC voltage, is mounted around the exciter rotor. It
consists of a stationary ring that supports the stator poles and carries the magnetic flux between adjacent
poles. Stator windings are series-wound around laminated poles.
The exciter rotor is constructed from punched laminations and contains resin- impregnated, form-wound,
and three-phase windings. A rotating diode assembly rectifies the AC voltage induced into the exciter rotor.

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Exciter Diode Wiring

The rectifier is a three-phase, full-wave bridge rectifier with parallel, individually fused diodes. The fuses
are mounted on the reverse side of the diode assembly.
The redundant diode configuration enables the exciter to carry full generator output with as many as half
the diodes out of service. Because diodes have only two failure modes (shorted or open), the fuses provide
over current protection and allow continued normal operation, unless two fuses open in any one of the six
rectifier legs.
A radio transmitter, powered by the rectifier DC voltage output, discontinues transmission, should a rotor
ground fault occur. A stationary radio receiver generates an alarm, should the transmitter signal cease.
Diode failure detection is accomplished by sensing ripple induced into the exciter field caused by the
unbalanced load.

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Diode Failure Detection


Twelve diodes, each with a fuse in series, are mounted in parallel pairs in a three-phase bridge. Six of the
diodes has positive bases and are mounted on one heat sink, the remaining six have negative bases and
are mounted on the other heat sink.
The risk of diode failure is very remote. However, if a diode does break down a heavy reverse current will
flow which is interrupted by the fuse. The adjacent diode and fuse would then be called upon to carry the
whole current that was previously divided between two parallel paths. Each path is designed with
sufficient surplus capacity to carry the full current continuously. The generator will therefore continue
running as if nothing had happen.

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50Hz Gearbox Assembly


For 50Hz applications, the 3600 rpm output
speed of the LPT must be reduced to 3000
rpm. This is done via a reduction Gearbox
attached to the LPT output shaft and the
Generator Drive End.

The Gearbox consists of a turning gear motor, an input shaft and an output shaft.

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GENERATOR LUBE OIL SYSTEM

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System Overview
The generator lube oil system uses mineral lube oil to lubricate, cool and cleans the gearbox and
generator bearings. In addition, the mineral oil is used to lift the generator rotor shaft for easier
break-away. The generator lube oil system has two distinct subsystems: a pressurized supply
system and a separate jacking oil system, which lifts and centers the generator rotor for starting.
Each subsystem has its own filters.
The supply system has three pumps: one D/C motor driven supply oil pump and two A/C motor
driven pump. A Single A/C motor-driven pump provides lubricating oil during operation. In case of
pump failure, when the header pressure drops to 20 psig (138 kPaG) the standby A/C pump comes
online. If pressure continues to drop to 12 psi (82 kPaG), the D/C motor driven pump will start to
provide oil to the system. In the event of a complete electrical or mechanical system failure, four 20
gal (76 L) rundown tanks are provided to gravity feed oil to the bearings on both the generator and
gearbox. (2 per unit)
The jacking oil pump is used during startup and provides high-pressure oil to the rotor shaft to lift
the shaft up on a cushion of oil so break-away is easier. The system also contains the following: a
reservoir, lube oil coolers, piping, valves, and instrumentation.

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Generator Supply Oil System


The generator A/C and D/C motor driven
supply pumps are located on the top of the
lube oil reservoir. The supply pumps take
suction from the 3000-gallon (11356 liter)
stainless steel generator lube oil reservoir
(mounted on the generator lube oil skid).

Discharge pressure from the supply element is regulated to 30 psi (206 kPaG) by a
pressure control valve and then piped to the supply lube oil cooler. From the supply
lube oil cooler, the lube oil is piped to the supply oil duplex filters (rated at six (6)
microns). From the filters, the lube oil goes to the lube oil header, to the rundown
tanks, and to the bearings on both the gearbox and generator. The lube oil is then
returned to the generator lube oil reservoir by return oil piping.

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50Hz Gearbox Assembly


For 50Hz applications, the 3600 rpm output
speed of the LPT must be reduced to 3000
rpm. This is done via a reduction Gearbox
attached to the LPT output shaft and the
Generator Drive End.

After the lube oil has passed through the oil supply filter, it flows through a check valve and then to the
gearbox where it lubricates the gearboxs four bearings. Temperature elements TE-6079,
TE-6080, TE-6081, and TE-6082 indicate the temperature of the lube oil inside the gearbox. Temperature
alarms TAH-6079, TAH-6080, TAH-6081, and TAH-6082 signal if the temperature of the lube oil reaches 107 C
(225 F) increasing. A FSLO is initiated by alarms TAHH-6079,
TAHH-6080, TAHH-6081, and TAHH-6082 if the lube oil reaches 116 C (240 F).
After the lube oil has passed through the gearbox, it returns to the lube oil reservoir through a 305 mm (12inch) drain line. Temperature indicator TI-6083, scaled -20120 C (0250 F), indicates lube oil temperature
upstream from the flow indicator. On the generator/gearbox lube oil skid, the lube oil passes through flow
indicator FI-60004 before it returns to the reservoir.
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GENERATOR JACKING OIL SYSTEM


The generator jacking oil system centers the generator (axially) and lifts the generator rotor on a highpressure layer of oil for easier break-away. The jacking oil pump is a four (4)-element pump, two (2)
high-pressure elements rated at 2850 psig (19,650 kPag), and two (2) low-pressure elements rated at 800
psig (5516 kPag). Each pump element has a separate simplex discharge filter. The jacking oil pump
takes suction from the generator lube oil supply header. The HP oil is supplied to each side of the
thrust bearing to axially center the rotor shaft. The LP oil is supplied to each journal bearing to lift the
rotor shaft up on a cushion of oil. This eliminates friction between the shaft and the bottom half of the
journal bearing making break-away easier.

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COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
A/C Motor Driven Lube Oil Pump
The A/C supply pumps are used to supply
pressurized oil to the generator supply oil
system.
The motor driven pump is rated at 330 gpm
(1249 L/min). The pump motor is rated 25 hp
(18.6 kw), 400 VAC, 3-phase, 50Hz, 1500 rpm.
D/C Motor Driven Lube Oil Pump
The D/C motor-driven pump is used to supply
oil to the generator supply oil system in case
of A/C pump failure.
The motor driven pump is rated at 165 gpm
(625 L/min). The motor for the pump is rated
15 hp (11.1 kw), 125 VDC, 1500 rpm.

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A/C Motor Driven Pump Relief Valve


On the discharge side of the motor driven lube oil pumps are relief valves to protect the system
from over-pressurization. The valve relieves back to the reservoir and is set to open at 85 psig (586
kPag).
D/C Motor Driven Pump Relief Valve
On the discharge side of the D/C motor driven lube oil pump is a relief valve to protect the system
from over-pressurizsion. The valve relieves back to the reservoir and is set to open at 30 psig (207
kPag).

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Pressure Control Valve (PCV-6013)


The pressure control valve controls the
lube oil header pressure by returning
excess pressure back to the lube oil
reservoir. The pressure control valve
is set to maintain header pressure,
after the filters, to 30 psig (206 kPag).

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Generator Lube Oil Coolers


Shell and Tube type cooler
(as discussed in the gas
turbine synthetic lube oil
write-up) are located on the
generator lube oil skid.
Sending controlled
amounts of oil flow thru the
coolers controls the lube
oil temperature.

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Temperature Control Valve


The temperature control valve regulates
lube oil return temperature by bypassing
some of the hot oil around the lube oil
cooler and mixing it with the cooled oil from
the oil cooler.
The thermostatic valve is a fully automatic,
three (3)-way fluid temperature controller for
mixing application.

Temperature is sensed at port A (valve outlet). Port B remains fully open until oil temperature
reaches approximately 131F (55 C) to 133F (56 C). As the oil temperature continues to rise port
B starts to close off and port C starts to open, mixing the hot and cool oils. Port B is fully
closed and port C is fully open if oil temperature reaches 149F (65 C) to 151F (66 C). The valve
continually modulates the oil flow, maintaining a nominal oil temperature of 140 F (60 C).

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Generator Lube Oil Filters


The duplex supply lube oil filters are
located in the generator enclosure.
The filter elements are rated at six (6)
micron and each element can handle
100% flow and pressure. There are
three filter elements per canister.
The filters have a local differential
pressure gauge, an alarm pressure
differential switch set at 20 psid (138
kPad).

Lube Oil Supply Header Relief Valve


On the lube oil supply header is a relief valve to protect the system from over-pressurization.
The valve relieves back to the reservoir and is set to open at 38 psig (262 kPag).

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Generator Gauge Panel


Located outside of the Generator enclosure
is a local gauge panel. This monitoring
station gives local pressures of the Jacking
Oil pump HP/LP elements. Located on the
opposite side is a monitoring station for the
Auxiliary oil pump discharge Gauge Panel.

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Lube Oil Rundown Tanks (4)


There are four rundown tanks. Two
tanks are located on the generator,
(one on each end of the generator)
and two located on the gearbox.
Each tank has a 20 gal. (76 liters)
capacity.
The rundown tanks are filled when
the motor-driven pump is started.
The rundown tank provides an
emergency source of lube oil to the
bearings in case of pump failure.

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Typical Generator Bearing


GENERTOR BEARINGS
An orifice in the supply lines controls the bearing oil flow. Pressure-lubricated journal
bearings support the rotor at the drive and non-drive ends. Thrust pads are installed between
the drive-end journal and the bearing, to prevent axial (thrust) loads that may be imposed
upon the drive turbine and rotor shaft during startup and shutdown.

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GENERATOR BEARINGS (CONT).


The bearings are supported in fabricated steel housings, which are bolted directly to the
generator ends. The bearing housings are split on the horizontal centerline with the lower half
forming the bearing oil sump. The bearings are of plain cylindrical design, white metal lining, and
spherically seated within the bearing housings. Oil under pressure is fed to the bearings and
distributed over the bearing surface by internal grooves.
Oil drains into the bottom of the bearing housing. From the housing, the oil drains into the lube
oil return oil header.

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Air / Oil Separator


The generator lube oil reservoir is vented to the
demister heat exchanger where it is cooled by
chill water. The separator contains filter pads
that coalesce the oil-air mist. Droplets form on
the filter, and the collected oil drains back to
the reservoir.

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JACKING OIL SYSTEM

Jacking Oil Pump


The jacking oil pump has four
separate shaft mounted pumps (two
(2) low pressure elements and two (2)
high pressure elements), which takes
suction on the lube oil supply header.
The LP elements are rated at 800
psig, 1.7 gpm for each element. The
HP elements are rated at 2850 psig,
2.5 gpm for each element.

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Low Pressure Element Relief Valves (PSV-6053 A/B)


A relief valve is located on the discharge side of each jacking oil pump, low-pressure
element. The relief valves protect the system from over-pressurization. The valves relieve
back to the reservoir and is set to open at 1000 psig (6890 kPag).
High Pressure Element Relief Valves (PSV-6054 A/B)
A relief valve is located on the discharge side of each jacking oil pump high-pressure
element. The relief valves protect the system from over-pressurization. The valve relieves
back to the reservoir and is set to open at 3000 psig (20670 kPag).

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Jacking Oil Pump Filters (4)


The jacking oil filters are located in the
generator enclosure. The filter
elements are rated at five (5) micron and
each element can handle 100% flow and
pressure. The filters have a local
differential pressure indicator. The
filters filter the oil before the oil flows to
the bearings.

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Low Pressure Jacking Oil


The low-pressure (LP) jacking oil lifts the rotor shaft out of the bottom half of the
bearing and floats the rotor shaft on a cushion of oil during unit startup. This makes the
rotor shaft easier to break away and start rotating.
High Pressure Jacking Oil
The high pressure (HP) jacking oil pushes the rotor shaft off the thrust bearing pads
during unit start up. This makes the rotor shaft easier to break away and start rotating.
Jacking Oil Return
The jacking oil is returned to the generator lube oil sump by the return oil header.

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GENERATOR LUBE OIL OPERATION


Oil supply pressure gauges and filter differential pressure gauges are located on the generator gauge
panel outside the generator enclosure. Gauges, switches, and transmitters have isolation valves in
sensing lines to facilitate instrument maintenance or replacement.
Oil for generator-bearing lubrication and for jacking oil pump system operation is extracted from the
lube oil reservoir by pumps and discharged into a common supply line. Ball valves on the pump
discharge piping can isolate the pump from the common supply line.
Check valves prevent oil from flowing backwards. Oil discharge pressure for each pump is monitored
by pressure gauges. The pressure gauges are on the pump discharge side of the check valves to
ensure that only pump pressure (not lubricating oil manifold pressure) is measured. Each pressure
gauge can be isolated from the pump discharge line. Pump A (AC-powered pump) pressure switch
PSL-6073A is set to initiate an alarm at pressures 50 psig(345 kPaG). Pump B (AC-powered pump)
pressure switch PSL-6073B is set to initiate an alarm also at pressures 50 psig (345 kPaG). If
applicable, emergency coastdown pump (DC-powered auxiliary pump) pressure switch PSL-6074
initiates an alarm at pressures 20 psig (138 kPag).

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Oil flow from the common supply manifold is routed to either (1) the lube oil heat exchanger and then
the duplex filter, or (2) directly to the duplex filter (bypassing the heat exchanger assembly). Flow to
and through the shell-tube heat exchangers, or flow around the heat exchangers, is controlled by
thermostatic, 3-way control valve TCV-6065. This thermostatic control maintains an oil outlet
temperature of 140 F (60 C). If the oil temperature is > 140 F (60 C), the thermostatic valve
modulates closes and varies the oil flows through the heat exchanger.
The common supply line divides to supply lubrication simultaneously to the two generator bearings
as well as through the gearbox. Oil flow to the bearings is through check valves and orifices and for
the exciter-end and drive-end bearings, respectively. The check valves prevent oil backflow into the
lube oil system during jacking oil pump operation.
Temperature elements TE-6023 and TE-6021 are installed in the exciter-end and drive-end bearings,
respectively. Each element monitors the bearing temperature and transmits these values to the control
system. The control system initiates a high-temperature alarm at 197 F (92 C) and initiates a FSLO
system shutdown at 203 F (95 C). Temperature elements TE-6035 and TE-6036 are installed in the
exciter-end and drive-end bearing drain lines, respectively. Each element monitors bearing drain oil
temperatures and transmits these values to the control system. The control system initiates a hightemperature alarm at 189 F (87 C) and initiates a FSLO system shutdown at 194 F (90 C).
Temperature indicators TI-6012 and TI-6011, scaled 50400 F (10-200 C), indicate the bearing oil
discharge temperatures for the exciter-end and drive-end bearings, respectively.

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Extensions of the lube oil supply lines to the generator bearings supply oil to fill two generator lube
oil rundown tanks that are designed to hold 20 gallons (76L) each. Mounted near the generator
housing, the rundown tanks are positioned so that oil from the tanks flows by gravity into the lube oil
supply line. In the event of AC pump failure (or during emergency shutdown with the DC pump
operating), oil from the rundown tanks is supplied to the bearings through snubber orifices. During
operation, the tanks are maintained at capacity through the same oil supply lines. Each rundown tank
has a level switch: LS-6041 and LS-6042. If oil level in any tank is lower than 6 inches (152 mm) from
the top of the tank, the associated level switch notifies the TCP. If the low level occurs 5 minutes after
startup, the control system will abort the startup. If the low level occurs during operation at normal
speeds, the control system will initiate an alarm.
Lubricating oil flows through the generator bearing assemblies, then drains by gravity to the generator
lube oil reservoir. An oil flow indicator is located in each generator bearing drain line for visual
verification of oil flow through the bearings.

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Generator Lube Oil Features


Thermometers are mounted at appropriate points in the piping for direct observation of oil
temperatures. Pressure gauges mounted on the generator gauge panel provide direct indication of
lubricating oil operating pressures. Jacking oil pressures are shown on the jacking oil gauge panel.
Pressure switches and transmitters send pressure information to the control system. Temperature
sensors and transmitters send temperature information to the control system. Flow indicators in
return and drain lines allow operators to inspect oil flows. Manually operated ball valves throughout
the piping facilitate component maintenance. In addition to piping, valving, and certain pipe-mounted
instruments, the assemblies listed below make up the generator lube oil system.

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Generator Jacking Oil Pump


Pressure gauges are located on the generator jacking oil gauge panel outside the generator enclosure
wall. The pressure switches are located on the MGTB with the generator lube oil switches and
transmitters. Gauges and pressure switches have isolation valves in sensing lines to facilitate
instrument maintenance or replacement. Check valves prevent backflow of oil into the pump elements.
For jacking oil pump maintenance purposes, it is necessary that the main AC lube oil pump be in
operation. The four elements of the jacking oil pump take supply oil from the generator lube oil
system, just downstream from the duplex filter. Inlet pressure may be monitored on jacking oil
pressure indicator PI-6052. Jacking oil is drawn through a pump isolation valve and a four-branch
manifold via a 2-inch pipe to the four-pump suction inlets. Pump inlet pressure is monitored just
downstream from the pump isolation valve by pressure switch PSL-6050, which closes to initiate an
alarm if jacking pump inlet pressure is 10 psig (69 kPag), while pressure switch PSLL-6051 closes to
initiate a FSLO shutdown if the jacking oil inlet pressure is 5 psig 34 kPaG). As part of the system
startup logic, the contacts of switch PSL-6050 must be open before the control system startup
permissive requirements are satisfied.

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The outlet pressure of the low-pressure pump elements is limited to 1000 psig (6895 kPaG) by
pressure-relief valves PSV-6053A and PSV-6053B, and the outlet pressure of the high-pressure pump
elements is limited to 3000 psig (20864 kPaG) by pressure-relief valves PSV-6054A and PSV-6054B.
Discharge from the pump elements is routed through four x -inch pipes, check valves, and 5 ,
absolute, no-bypass filters to the generator bearings. The check valves prevent backpressure from
normal generator lubrication pressure when the jacking oil pump is not operating.
Four gauges display the output pressures of the four pump segments. Snubber orifices help prevent
gauge damage by an unexpected, sudden application of pressure. Gauges PI-6046 and PI-6049
monitor the low-pressure pump outputs and are scaled 01500 psig (0-10342 kPag). Gauges PI-6047
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Generator Lube Oil Reservoir


The generator lube oil reservoir has a 2640-gallon (9995 L) retention capacity (3000 gallon (11356
L)capacity of mineral lubricating oil). The reservoir is filled via a fill cap and basket strainer, and may
be drained via a 2-inch drain valve. A plate-frame heat exchanger cools the lube oil before it enters the
air-oil separator. The air-oil separator (demister), driven by a 3 -hp, 400 VAC, 3phase, 50-Hz motor,
allows entrained air to escape to the atmosphere while capturing oil droplets that are drained to the
reservoir. Pressure indicator PI-6088 monitors reservoir pressure from the top of the reservoir.
Demister pressure switch PSH-6089 closes at 1 inch (-25 mm) of water increasing and activates an
alarm.
Level gauge LG-6068, located on the side of the tank, provides for direct observation of oil levels in the
tank. The tank heater is comprised of thermostatically controlled elements HE-6067A and HE-6067B
and switches TC-6077 and TSL-6020. The heaters warm the oil during cold-weather operation. The
control switch energizes the heaters, as required, to maintain the temperature at 90 F (32 C).
Temperature switch TSL-6020 signals the control system to initiate an alarm when oil temperature
drops to 70 F (21 C). Alarm switch LSL-6001 signals the control system to initiate an alarm and
deenergize the lube oil heaters whenever the oil level drops 12 inches (305 mm) below the flange.
Thermometer TI-6014, scaled 50400 F (10-200 C), measures actual lube oil temperature in the
reservoir.

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AC Generator Lube Oil Pumps


The control system activates the AC motor, main lube oil pump (Pump A or Pump B) to provide oil to
the generator lube oil system. The standby pump will come on-line should the main pump fail. The
main and standby oil pumps are driven by 18.6 kW (25-hp), 400V, 3phase, 50-Hz, explosion-proof, AC
motors. Each pump is designed to deliver 330 gpm (1249 L/m) of oil. The control system monitors
generator speed and lube oil pressures and temperatures for indications of system malfunction.

Generator Lube Oil Heat Exchanger


The shell-tube heat exchanger assembly is located on the generator lube oil skid. The lube oil
may bypass the coolers if thermostatic control valve TCV-6065 determines the temperature to be
140 F (60 C). After the lube oil passes through control valve TCV-6065, temperature indicator
TI-6070 measures actual lube oil temperature. This indicator is scaled 0250 F (-20 120 C).

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Generator Oil Supply Filter


The oil supply filter assembly is located on the generator lube oil skid. Identical in function to the
turbine lube oil filter, the filter is a duplex, full-flow assembly, featuring two pressure-balanced
filters with replaceable 6-, absolute, filter elements. A manual transfer valve diverts oil flow
through one element, allowing the other element to be serviced without interruption of operation.
A differential pressure gauge and switch warn operators of a dirty filter element. The instruments
may be isolated from the system by instrument valves. A differential pressure-balance valve
permits the equalization of pressure across the instruments. Differential pressure gauge PDI-6007
indicates filter differential pressure in a range of 030 psid (0-207 kPaD), and differential pressure
switch PDSH-6015 signals the control system to initiate an alarm if the pressure drop across the oil
filter increases to 20 psid (138 kPaD).

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Gearbox Lube Oil Operation


After the lube oil has passed through the oil supply filter, it flows through a check valve, then into
the gearbox where it lubricates the gearboxs four bearings. Temperature elements TE-6079, TE6080, TE-6081, and TE-6082 indicate the temperature of the lube oil inside the gearbox. Alarms
TAH-6079, TAH-6080, TAH-6081, and TAH-6082 signal if the temperature of the lube oil reaches 225
F (107 C). A FSLO will be initiated by TAHH-6079, TAHH-6080, TAHH-6081, and TAHH-6082 if the
lube oil reaches 240 F (116 C).
After the lube oil has passed through the gearbox, it returns to the lube oil reservoir through a 305
mm (12-inch) drain line. Temperature indicator TI-6083, scaled 0250 F (-20 120 C), indicates
lube oil temperature upstream from the flow indicator. On the generator/gearbox lube oil skid, the
lube oil passes through flow indicator FI-60004 before it returns to the reservoir.

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MAINTENANCE INSPECTION/CHECK SCHEDULE


Inspection
Check
Required

Inspection
Frequency

Maintenan
ce Level

Remarks

Generator
Frame

Monthly

Conduct general inspection

Grounding
System

Monthly

Verify shaft and frame grounding

Lube Oil Level

Weekly

Check reservoir sight gauge.

Bearing Drains

Weekly

Check that flow is maintained.

Vibration
Signatures

Weekly

Check Bently Nevada gauges for


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SSEP Tag Number

Drawing Item
Number

Device Description

Lube Oil Reservoir Temperature Gauge


Gives local temperature indication of reservoir temperature.

TI-6014

26

LSL-6001

TSL-6020

30

HE-6067 A/B/ TC6077

LG-6068

Reservoir Lube Oil Level Gauge


Gives local indication of reservoir level.

PSL-6073 A/B

88

AC Motor Driven Pump Discharge Pressure Switch


Sends a signal to the TCS when motor driven pump discharge
pressure reaches set point.
50 psig (345 kPag) decreasing.

Reservoir Lube Oil Level Switch


Sends a low-level alarm signal to the turbine control system (TCS).
Alarm set at 12 (305 mm) below the mounting flange face.
Reservoir lube Oil Temperature Switch
Sends a signal to the TCS.
Alarm set at 70 F (21 C) decreasing (This is a start permissive).
Reservoir Lube Oil Heater and Temperature Control
The reservoir heater comes on at 90 F (32 C) decreasing.

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SSEP Tag Number

Drawing Item
Number

Device Description

PSL-6074

90

DC Motor Driven Pump Discharge Pressure Switch


Sends an alarm signal to the TCS if DC motor driven pump
discharge pressure has decreased below the required set point.
Alarm set point set at 20 psig (138 kPag) decreasing.

TI-6071

22

Lube Oil Pump Discharge Temperature Gauge


Gives local indication of lube oil pump discharge temperature.

TI-6070

22

Lube Oil Cooler Discharge Temperature Gauge


Gives local indication of lube oil cooler discharge temperature.

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Device Description

SSEP Tag
Number

Drawing Item
Number

PDI-6007

20

PDSH-6015

28

PI-6008

21

Lube Oil Supply Header Pressure Gauge


Gives local indication of supply header pressure.

PT-6026

33

Lube Oil Supply Header Pressure Transmitter

Lube Oil Filter Differential Pressure Gauge


Gives local indication of supply filter P.

Lube Oil Supply Filter Differential Pressure Switch


Gives an alarm if supply filter P exceeds set point.
Alarm set at 20 psid (138 kPad) Increasing.

Gives remote indication of supply header pressure.

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Drawing Item
Number

Device Description

PSL-6018

29

Lube Oil Supply Header Alarm Pressure Switch


Sends an alarm signal to the TCS if lube oil supply header pressure
has decreased below the required set point.
Alarm set point set at 20 psig (138 kPag) decreasing.
Starts the opposite AC motor driven lube oil supply pump.

PSLL-6019

29

Lube Oil Supply Header Shutdown Pressure Switch


Sends a shutdown signal to the TCS if lube oil supply header
pressure has decreased below the required set point.
Shutdown set point set at 12 psig (82 kPag) decreasing.
Gives a FSLO type shutdown. Start DC motor driven pump

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SSEP Tag Number

Drawing Item
Number

Device Description

LS-6041
LS-6042
LS-60001 A/B

49

Lube Oil Rundown Tank Level Switches (4).


Sends an alarm signal to the TCS if lube oil rundown tank level
falls below the required set point.
Alarm set point set at 6 (152 mm) from top of tank decreasing.
Start permissive for the unit start sequence.

PI-6052

60

Jacking Oil Inlet Pressure Gauge


Gives local indication of jacking oil inlet pressure.

PSLL-6051

68

Jacking Oil Inlet Pressure Switch


Sends a shutdown signal to the TCS if jacking oil inlet pressure has
decreased below the required set point.
Shutdown set point set at 5 psig (34 kPag) decreasing.
Gives a FSLO type shutdown.

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SSEP Tag
Number

Drawing
Item
Number

Device Description

PI-6046, PI6049

57

Jacking Oil Pump Low Pressure Discharge Gauge


Gives local indication of jacking oil low-pressure discharge
pressure.

PI-6047, PI6048

58

Jacking Oil Pump High Pressure Discharge Gauge


Gives local indication of jacking oil high-pressure
discharge pressure.

Ti-6069

22

Lube Oil Cooler Discharge Temperature


Gives local indication of oil temperature on discharge of
cooler prior to entering the thermostatic control valve

PSH-6089

86

Reservoir Pressure Switch High


Sends an alarm signal to the TCS if oil reservoir
pressure has decreased below the required set point.
Alarm setpoint 1 (-25mm) H2O Increasing

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Number

Drawing
Item
Number

Device Description

PI-6088

87

Reservoir Pressure Gage


Gives local indication of reservoir pressure

TE-6079
TE-6080
TE-6081
TE- 6082

77

TI-6012
TI-6011

24

Gearbox Bearing Temperature Elements


Sends an alarm / shutdown signal to the TCS if oil
pressure has decreased below the required set point.
Alarm setpoint: 225F (107C)
FSLO Shutdown: 240F (116C)
Generator Bearing Oil Discharge Temp Indicator
Gives local indication of generator bearing oil discharge
temperature.

TI-6083

79

Gearbox Bearing Oil Discharge Temp Indicator


Gives local indication of gearbox bearing oil discharge
temperature.

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Number

Drawing
Item
Number

Device Description

Gearbox Bearing Oil Discharge Temp Indicator


Sends a signal to the TCS displaying gearbox bearing oil
discharge temperature.

TE-6084

75, 80

FI-60002
FI-60003

19

Generator Bearing Discharge Flow Discharge Indicator


Gives a local visual indication of generator bearing
discharge flow.

FI-60004

78

Gearbox Bearing Discharge Flow Discharge Indicator

Gives a local visual indication of gearbox bearing discharge


flow.

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Turbine Control Panel


The Turbine-Generator Control Panel (TCP) and Generator Control Panel are the focal point for
operating the gas turbine generator system. The panels use solid-state electronics and is suitable for
installation in a non-hazardous local control room near the gas turbine generator.
The TCP and GCP includes the following:
Woodward MicroNet Plus or MKV1 microprocessor based digital fuel controller and sequencer
Digital vibration monitor
M-3425 digital multi-function generator protective relay system
Digital auto/manual voltage regulator
Auto and manual synchronization
Multi-function digital meter for electrical power values
Human-Machine Interface that provides graphic screens
Operator control switches and push buttons
Serial output and Ethernet data port for customer's DCS
Parallel printer port

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The turbine-generator control system detects turbine engine and generator parameters;
responds to operator directions; and performs fuel management, startup, shutdown
sequencing, and electric power generator synchronization. The unit also senses unsafe
conditions, generates operator alarms, and shuts down the engine when necessary to avoid
danger to personnel or equipment.
Starting and stopping the gas turbine engine or changing its modes of operation must be
accomplished in a sequence that considers engine reliability and personnel safety. Prior to
startup, ventilation fans and lube oil pumps must be in operation, engine and starting
subsystem status must be verified, and operator mode selections and start authorization
must be given. After startup has been initiated, fuel system initialization must proceed
ignition and warm-up intervals must be satisfied before the engine is permitted to accelerate.
Synchronism to the electric utility feed bus must then be established and the generator
output circuit breaker closed. These sequential operations are all controlled by the turbinegenerator control system.
The MicroNet control system implements Woodwards real time operating system. The
control is based on a 5 millisecond interrupt (the Minor Frame Timer or MFT). The operating
system schedules application tasks and control algorithms at the beginning of each MFT. In
the application program each part or function of the application is executed in a scheduled
multiple of the MFT called a rate group, or RG. In this manner, all tasks or control functions
are implemented exactly at a scheduled time, which allows for accurate and consistent
control dynamics. The tool used to develop this program is the Graphical Application
Program (GAP). GAP is a Woodward developed Windows based program that uses
standard blocks to develop an application.

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Typical Turbine Control Panel Layout

1.

N/A

2.

Synchronizing Lamp: Display phase relationship between generator voltage and bus voltage.
When generator and bus are matched in frequency, phase, and voltage, the lamp will illuminate at
minimum intensity. When generator and bus are out of phase, the lamp will illuminate at
maximum intensity.

3.

Synchronizing Lamp: Display phase relationship between generator voltage and bus voltage.
When generator and bus are matched in frequency, phase, and voltage, the lamp will illuminate at
minimum intensity. When generator and bus are out of phase, the lamp will illuminate at
maximum intensity.

4.

Synchroscope: Displays frequency relationship between generator and bus voltage. When in the
12 oclock position, it indicates that the generator and bus are in phase.

5.

Digital Multifunction Meter: Micro-based instrument that allows selection of generator electrical
conditions, such as bus and generator voltages, power factor, VARs, and megawatts.

6.

Switch, Synchronize: Three-position switch selects synchronizing mode.


Auto Allows automatic synchronizer unit to synchronize and parallel generator set with
bus.
Off Turns Synchroscope and synchronizer off.
Man Allows generator set to be manually synchronized and paralleled with bus.

7.

Ammeter, Null Balance: Compares automatic and manual voltage regulator outputs and allows
operators to visualize the difference. Used to transfer from manual to automatic voltage
regulation.

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8.

86 Relay Lockout (Generator): Allows operator reset of the 86G protective relay.

9.

Blower & Vent for Control Cubicle: Louvered vent provides airflow through cabinet.

10.

N/A

11.

52G Circuit Breaker Control & Status: Permits energizing and de-energizing of the circuit breaker
52G. Lights indicate status of the 52G breaker.

12.

Switch, PF/VARs Adjust: Two-position switch. Allows operator to adjust PF or VAR levels.

13.

Switch, PF/VARs Enable: Two-position switch. Allows operator to select PF or VAR control

14.

Switch, Manual Voltage Adjust: Three-position selector switch with spring-loaded return to NORM
position. Used to RAISE or LOWER output voltage of generator in manual excitation mode.

15.

Switch, Voltage Regulator On/Off (Inside Panel): Two-position selector switch that controls power
to automatic voltage regulator.
On Enables the voltage regulator.
Off Disables the voltage regulator.

16.

Switch, Exciter Mode: Three-position selector switch with spring-loaded return to NORM position.
Switches generator excitation control between automatic (AUTO) and manual (MAN) modes.

17.

Switch, Automatic voltage Regulator Adjust: Three-position selector switch that is spring-loaded to
return to the Norm position. Allows operator to raise or lower the operational setpoint of the voltage
regulator.

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18.

Regulator, Auto/Manual Voltage: Selector switch with spring-loaded return to NORM position.
Switches generator voltage control between automatic (AUTO) and manual (MAN) modes.

19.

N/A

20.

N/A

21.

N/A

22.

Switch, Speed Adjust: Three-position selector switch that is spring-loaded to return to the Norm
position. Used to Lower or Raise speed adjustment signals to the turbine control system.

23.

Integrated Generator Protection System: Provides protective relay functions implemented digitally
for the generator and its associated equipment. (See Generator Protective Relay System section
for details.)

24.

N/A

25.

N/A

26.

N/A

27.

Access Door: Doors allowing access to cubicle.

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28.

Switches, Test, Bus Voltage

29.

Switches, Test, Generator Voltage

30.

Switches, Test, Generator Current Metering

31.

Switches, Test, Bus Current Protection

32.

Switches, Test, Generator Current Protection

33.

Switches, Test, Bus Voltage (52U)

34.

Switches, Test, Utility Voltage (52U)

35.

Switches, Test, Generator Lockout Relay (86G)

36.

Digital Synchronizer Module:

37.

Filter, Control Cubicle: Louvered vent provides airflow through the cabinet.

38.

N/A

39.

Nameplate: Nameplate identifying the control cubicle

40.

Switch, Circuit Breaker Control and Status (52U) the circuit breaker 52G.

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MICRONET CHASSIS

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The MicroNet Chassis is designed around a modular six slot chassis (block). Each block consists of a
pre-molded cage with a fan for cooling and a temperature switch for high temperature detection. A forced
air-cools the chassis, and either a module or module blank must be installed in every slot to maintain
correct airflow. The fans run whenever power is applied to the system.
The Simplex twelve slot MicroNet control utilized in this system, is composed of three blocks with a
motherboard inserted in the back of the assembly to make connections between the fans, switches,
power supplies, and control modules.

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WINDOWS NT CPU MODULE


Every Simplex MicroNet control contains one CPU module located in the first slot of the MicroNet chassis. The
description of the CPU module contained in this chapter is the Windows NT CPU.
The NT CPU module runs the application program. This module is a standard PC on a VME card. It supports
Windows NT with real-time extensions to maintain a rigorous real-time environment. NT functions are not redocumented in this manual.
There is a solid state Hard-Drive on the module which uses the standard Windows file system. The hard-drive has
Windows NT Operating System with the real-time extensions and the Application program. It has a standard
interface to the VME bus to read and write to I/O modules

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INPUT FLOW

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INPUTS AND OUTPUTS


The MicroNet platform is developed around the VME chassis and the CPU module that goes into the first
active slot of the VME chassis. All I/O modules plug into the remaining slots of the VME chassis.
Expansion chassis can be used to allow additional I/O modules. Each I/O module has connectors on the
faceplate. For analog and discrete I/O, cables connect to the module to a Field Terminal module (FTM).
The FTM is used to connect to the field wiring. For communication modules, FTMs are not used. Cables
are connected directly to the faceplate of the communications module. The following diagram shows the
flow of analog and discrete inputs from the field to the application.

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MICRONET SIMPLEX POWER SUPPLIES


The MicroNet Simplex control may use either single or redundant power supplies. A motherboard located
on the back of the chassis allows the two power supplies to form a redundant power system providing:
Two separately regulated, 24 Vdc, 12 A outputs,
Two separately regulated, 5 Vdc, 20 A outputs
Two separately regulated, 5 Vdc precharge outputs to the control.
Power output regulation, including line, load, and temperature effects, is less than 5%.
When redundant power supplies are running, current sharing circuitry balances the load to reduce heat
and improve the reliability of the power supplies. In the event that one supply needs replacement, this
feature also ensures hot replacement of the power supplies without disrupting the operation of the control.
Each main power supply has four LEDs to indicate power supply health
OK
Input Fault
Overtemperature
Power Supply Fault

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OPERATOR SCREENS

MAIN MENU
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GENERATOR SCREEN

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SEQUENCE SCREEN #1

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SEQUENCE SCREEN #2

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TURBINE START PERMISSIVE SCREEN

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CRANK AND WATER WASH PERMISSIVE SCREEN

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TURBINE LUBE OIL SCREEN

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HYDRAULIC STARTER SCREEN

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WATER INJECTION SCREEN

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FUEL SYSTEM SCREEN

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CDP PURGE

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TURBINE ENCLOSURE VENTILATION SCREEN

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GEARBOX SCREEN

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GENERATOR ENCLOSURE SCREEN

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FIRE PROTECTION SCREEN

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SPRINT SCREEN

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AUX SKID ENCLOSURE

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WATER WASH SCREEN

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CONTROL REGULATOR

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T48 TEMP SCREEN

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VIBRATION SCREEN

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OPERTIONAL DATA

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MICRONET I/O

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LINKNET I/O

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TURBINE TRENDING

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ALARM SUMMARY

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ABORT STARTS #1

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ABORT STARTS #2

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EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN WITH MOTOR

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EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN WITH NO MOTOR

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FUEL MANAGEMENT

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FUEL CONTROL SYSTEM SCHEMATIC WALK THROUGH


The fuel valve position is driven by the output of the two low signal select (LSS) buses, whichever is
lowest. For example, if the start limiting signal at LSS (2) is at a lower value than the output of bus (1) or
the deceleration limit or fuel flow limiting signal into bus (2), the start limiting signal will control the fuel
valve. As the start limiting signal increases, one of the other inputs will control the fuel control valve
position.
Typical of the inputs to LSS bus (1) is the XN25 control signal. The XN25 speed and reference signals
are illustrated as inputs to an operational amplifier configured as a comparator. The comparator output
will remain positive unless the XN25 speed signal increases above the reference value.
System sequencing logic, under operator direction, establishes the start limiting and the XN25 and
XNSD reference signals as biased by safety conditions. Limiting inputs from T48, PS3, and T3 control
fuel to prevent engine damage, compressor stalls, or flameout conditions. The limiting inputs are derived
from transfer functions based upon engine operational design parameters.

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XN25 SPEED REFERENCE LOGIC DIAGRAM


Voltage from the XN25 reference ramp is raised or lowered under software control. High-pressure
compressor discharge temperature is compensated for standard temperature variations (T2 = 59 F [15
C]) and applied as a bias to the reference ramp output, to obtain the XN25 reference input value.

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XNSD SPEED REFERENCE LOGIC DIAGRAM


Two modes of control are provided: isochronous or parallel mode. In the isochronous mode, XNSD speed
is maintained at 3600 rpm, with allowance for droop as load increases. In the parallel mode, power
obtained from load current and voltage is summed with the output of an XNSD reference ramp. The
resulting XNSD reference is stabilized when loading is driven to equal the set point reference. Set point
control is established manually or automatically from operator-loading selections. (See Sequencing Logic
section.)

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PS3 LIMITING CONTROL LOGIC


The higher of the two PS3 sensors (A or B) is compared with the PS3 set point as biased by LPC inlet
temperature T3. The influence of the T2 bias at values below
48 F (9 C) is negative, whereas at temperatures above 48 F, the T2 bias is positive. The bias is
implemented to prevent engine damage caused by high PS3 values and to improve performance at higher
HPC inlet temperatures.

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T3 LIMITING CONTROL LOGIC


The higher of the two T3 sensors (A or B) is compared with the T3 set point, as biased by the LPC inlet
temperature T2. The influence of the T2 bias prevents T3 from exceeding values that would affect engine
reliability. As T2 decreases, T3 is limited to lower values because of the air mass increase at lower
temperatures.

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STARTUP LIMITING CONTROL LOGIC


At startup, fuel demand is limited by airflow to avoid over fueling the engine as it accelerates. Airflow is
proportional to HPC discharge temperature T3 and XN25 speed. The fuel rate is also limited by HPC
discharge pressure, PS3, to avoid compressor stall.

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DECELERATION LIMITING CONTROL LOGIC


During deceleration, reduction of fuel is limited to avoid flameout. The rate of fuel limiting is proportional to
airflow, T2 (LPC inlet temperature), and XN25 speed.

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FUEL FLOW LIMITING CONTROL LOGIC


Fuel flow limiting is initiated in the event engine speed does not increase with fuel flow. This is a backup
function that assumes that regardless of ambient temperature and pressure conditions, fuel flow should
not exceed a predictable quantity versus HPC speed.

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Objectives:
Upon completion of this section the student should:
Be familiar with start permissives
Understand normal start up sequence and shutdown sequence
Be familiar with the various shutdown sequences

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Pre-Operation Procedures

Applying Power During Downtime

Pre-Start Inspections
Mechanical
Fuel System
Fire/Gas Detection System
Control System Power-Up
Alarm Acknowledge and Reset

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GTG Set Operation

GTG set operation consists of the manual steps required in the preoperating
procedures plus normal operation under program control. Performance is as follows:
1. Perform the preoperation procedures to prepare the system for operation under
program control.
2. At the operator interface, familiarize yourself with the specific unit data, overview,
alarm- and user-designed displays for each unit, and become familiar with the basic
operating program sequence for each unit.
3. In particular, become familiar with the main display and the other overview displays
used for control or adjustments to operation.
4. When thoroughly familiar with the above, select the main display and execute the
commands required for the operation desired.

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PREOPERATION PROCEDURES
Applying Alternating-Current Power During Downtime

Alternating-current (AC) power (normally commercial power) is required for certain


functions, such as lighting and heating, and for maintenance purposes while the
turbine generator is not running. To apply AC power for specific power needs
during downtime, or in preparation for startup, perform the applicable portions of
the following procedure.
1.

Ensure that no repair work is being performed on bus or connected circuitry.

2.

Close utility circuit breaker to apply AC power to cogeneration bus.

3.

Close utility circuit breaker to apply AC power to the cogeneration bus.

4.

Set main circuit breaker to On position.

5.

Set lighting and power distribution cubicle circuit breaker handle to On position.

6.

Turn on lights and systems, as required, on lighting and power distribution panel,
and turn on space heaters as dictated by ambient temperature conditions.

7.

Check oil levels in turbine and generator lube oil reservoirs. Add oil as
necessary to restore specified levels. Use only approved oils for turbine and
generator lube oil systems.

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Applying Alternating-Current Power During Downtime

Check fluid level in hydraulic start unit reservoir. Add fluid as necessary.
Set cubicle circuit breaker handles to On position for all lubrication and hydraulic oil
tank heaters, space heaters, and generator stator core heater.
Check that lubricating oil temperatures are more than 70 F (21 C).

PRESTART INSPECTIONS
This procedure consists of a series of mechanical inspections and corrections, as
necessary, to ensure the GTG set is in condition for safe and effective startup and
operation.
General Mechanical Inspections
If maintenance has been performed on the inlet air filter, replace panel filters or
barrier filter elements that were removed for maintenance. If maintenance has also
been performed on the air filter or turbine air inlet, obtain access to inlet plenum and
inspect for cleanliness. Remove any foreign objects or debris. Ensure all filter
house doors are securely closed.

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Because of variations in operating conditions, as well as differences in hardware,


normal indicator readings vary between GTG sets. For this reason, it is important
that the equipment be monitored frequently during the first 30 90 days of operation
so that performance trends can be recorded and maintenance requirements
predicted. Toward this end, regular monitoring intervals should be set up for
recording all instrument readings while the generator is in operation. These data
should be continuously compared to the established trend, and adjustments should
be made as necessary to ensure that readings stay within acceptable limits and the
generator rating is not exceeded.

OPERATING PROCEDURE SELECTION


Insofar as is practical, these operating procedures are presented in a progressive
sequence from preparation for startup through shutdown. In addition, service and
maintenance functions are deferred to O&M section SP-M016, Control
System/Operator Interfaces.

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FUEL SYSTEMS CHECKS

Verify that fuel supply pressure is between 655 and 720 psig (4517 and 4964
kPaG) at the source (gas fuel) and 1200 and 1340 psig (8.3 and 9.2 kPaG) at the
source (liquid fuel).
Fire Suppression and Gas Detection System Inspection:
1.

Verify that optical flame detectors are aimed in the desired direction, with a
clear field of view.

2.

Check maintenance records to verify that detectors have been calibrated


and tested according to the maintenance schedule.

3.

Check thermal spot detectors for clean, undamaged probes.

4.

Verify that detectors have been properly calibrated and tested.

5.

Check combustible gas detector sensors to ensure that screens are clean.

6.

Check maintenance records to verify sensors have been calibrated and


tested according to the maintenance schedule.

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Fire Suppression and Gas Detection System Inspection (cont.):


7.

Verify that fire extinguisher nozzles are free of obstructions or corrosion.

8.

Check pop-up indicator on end of each manifold to ensure that extinguishant


has not been discharged from either cylinder bank.

9.

Check maintenance records to verify that cylinders have been weighed or


charged within the last 6 months.

10.

After closing enclosure, ensure manual block valves are in the open position.

11.

Ensure that the fire and gas detection panel is clear of all alarms and
shutdowns.

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INITIAL POWER-UP PROCEDURE

To apply AC and direct-current (DC) power to the various systems of the


GTG set in preparation for startup, perform the following steps:
Mark Vie/Micronet
1.

Verify that all power-disconnect handles are in closed position.

2.

Verify that all Hand-Off-Auto switches are in Auto position.

3.

At battery location, verify that AC supply and output safety disconnects from all
battery systems are closed.

4.

At battery room, verify that circuit breakers on battery chargers are closed.

5.

Close molded switches SW24C and SW24F to apply 24-VDC.

6.

Verify that the TCP Fire Suppression and Gas Detection System central control unit
is operating and no faults are indicated.

7.

Close molded switch SW125C and SW125M to apply 125-VDC.

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INITIAL POWER-UP PROCEDURE (cont):
8.

Verify that the Mark Vie/Micronet is powered up.

9.

When auto-programming is complete, observe all modules in mark


Vie/Micronet enclosure. Extinguish red indicators on all modules.

10.

Click Alarm Ack, then Alarm Reset on the HMI.


a)

If horn sounds, click Alarm Ack to silence horn.

b)

Investigate and clear activated alarms or shutdowns as indicated on


monitor, using procedure described in Alarm Acknowledge and
Reset section to acknowledge and reset alarms after clearing.

c)

When all shutdowns and start permissives are cleared, READY FOR
START message appears on the monitor.

ALARM ACKNOWLEDGE AND RESET


Note: Alarm and Trip settings are provided in GE Energy drawings XXX143
and XXX146

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Use this procedure to acknowledge and clear alarms and shutdowns and to
reset alarm and shutdown circuits after the conditions have been cleared. Since
alarms or circuit shutdowns not cleared will reappear on the workstation
monitor after a reset attempt, the procedure also serves to verify which alarms
and shutdowns are cleared and which are still active. The procedure is as
follows:
1.

In the event of any alarm(s) or shutdown(s), click Alarm Ack on HMI to silence
horn.

2.

Check alarm and shutdown messages on HMI. Investigate and attempt to clear
all indicated alarm and shutdown conditions.

3.

Go to Alarm screen display and click Alarm Reset to reset all cleared alarm and
shutdown circuits.

4.

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Messages are cleared for all successfully cleared alarms and shutdowns.

b)

If any alarm or shutdown circuits remain uncleared, horn sounds again


and associated messages will reappear on HMI.

If necessary, repeat steps until all alarms and shutdowns are successfully
cleared.

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NORMAL START SEQUENCE

Refer to the following sequence when performing a normal start:


1.

Select NORMAL mode.

2.

Permissives:

All shutdowns cleared

Not in 4-hour lockout

Generator lube oil tank temp OK

Generator lube oil tank level OK

Hydraulic starter tank temp OK

Hydraulic starter tank level OK

Turbine lube oil tank OK

Turbine lube oil tank level OK

Normal run mode selected

Engine control start permissive

No forced signals exists in package or engine controller

N25 less than 300 rpm

Not in calibration mode

Fuel system ready

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3.

Select START from HMI menu to initiate start sequence.

4.

Verify N25 reference is set at 6050 rpm and N2 reference is set at 3600 rpm.

5.

AC lube oil pump motor MOT-0033 energizes.

6.

Generator and turbine compartment fans energize.

7.

Observe dP for both generator and turbine compartments.

8.

Observe lube oil pressures and rundown tank level.

9.

Before initiating crank, generator stator, generator bearing and generator lube
oil supply temperatures must be met.

10.

Hydraulic pump motor MOT-6015 energizes and 10-second delay timer starts.

11.

After 10-second timer has expired, hydraulic pump solenoid valve SOV-6019
angles starter swash plate to 100% (20ma) output and jacking lube pump
motor MOT-0085 energizes.

12.

When N25 > 1700 rpm, 2-minute duct purge timer* starts.

13.

Liquid fuel pump motor energizes (if liquid fuel is selected).

14.

After 2-minute timer* has expired, SOV-6019 destrokes the starter swash plate
to 0% (4ma) and holds until N25 < 1700 rpm (gas fuel) or N25 < 1200 rpm
(liquid fuel).

15.

When N25 goes below 1700 rpm (gas fuel) or 1200 rpm (liquid fuel), SOV-6019
angles starter swash plate back to 100% output and the starter ramps to 100%
and begins to accelerate the gas generator.

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16.

When N25 reaches 1700 rpm (gas fuel) or 1200 rpm (liquid fuel),
igniter energizes and engine controller commands FUEL ON.

17.

Gas block valves and gas metering valve (gas fuel) open or
liquid fuel block valve and liquid fuel metering valve (liquid fuel)
open.

18.

When N25 reaches 4600 rpm, SOV-6019 destrokes the starter


swash plate to 0% (4ma) and hydraulic pump motor MOT-6015
de-energizes after a 10-second delay.

19.

Jacking lube pump de-energizes when N2 > 1000 rpm.

20.

AC lube oil pump MOT-0033 de-energizes when N2 > 3000 rpm.

21.

When N25 > 6050 rpm and N2 > 1250 rpm, N25 ramps to sync
idle and the warm-up timer starts.

22.

Unit is ready to load after warm up timer has expired.

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Engine Stopping Modes

Shutdown may be initiated by operator selection or caused by engine


operational conditions at any time during startup or running operational modes.
The LM6000 software code lists more than 130 engine, generator, and
subsystem conditions that can cause a shutdown.

The five programmed shutdown sequences that can occur once shutdown is
initiated are:
1)

Fast-Stop Lockout without Motoring (FSLO)

2)

Fast-Stop with Motoring (FSWM)

3)

Cooldown Lockout (CDLO/NORMAL)

4)

Slow Decel to Minimum Load (SML)

5)

Step Decel to Idle (SDTI)

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Fast-Stop Lockout without Motoring (FSLO)
An FSLO automatically initiates the following actions:

Fuel valves (and water or steam valves, if applicable) are closed

The unit breaker is tripped open.

Variable inlet guide vanes are closed.

Variable bleed valves doors are opened (closed later during coast
down).

Ignition system and starter are deenergized.

XN2, XN25, XNSD and oil pressure alarms are bypassed.

Four hour lock-out if problem cannot be corrected in ten minutes.

When these steps are completed, drain and vent valves are opened,
alarms, interlocks, and start sequence timers are reset, and the operating
time meter is turned off.
Fast-Stop with Motoring (FSWM)
An FSWM automatically initiates an FSLO, and then the starter is
engaged for 25 minutes when XN25 reaches 1700 RPM.

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Cooldown Lockout (CDLO/NORMAL)
A CDLO automatically initiates the following actions:

Power is retarded to minimum load (synchronous idle).

Shutdown steam/water and trip unit breaker.

High-pressure rotor speed decreases to approximately 6400 rpm for 5 minutes.

The starter is engaged for 20 minutes when XN25 drops to 1700 RPM.

If reset clears shutdown during cool down period then CDLO is aborted.

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Slow Decel to Minimum Load (SML)

A slow decel to minimum load (min-load) is a controlled deceleration at a rate that


allows all engine schedules and engine cooling to be maintained at a controlled
rate. Rather than decel all the way to core idle, the engine decels to the min-load
point. This allows the condition to be investigated without requiring a shutdown.
An SML automatically initiates the following actions:

Fast load shed to minimum load in 20 seconds.

If the problem still exists after 3 minutes then do a CDLO.

NOTE:

If on naphtha fuel, SML is replaced with FSWM.

Step Decel to Idle (SDTI)


A step-decel to idle is an immediate rapid (max decel rate) deceleration to idle
followed by a 10-second pause, and then by a shutdown.
A step-decel provides a more controlled and orderly way of shutting down the
engine than does an immediate shutdown at power. The 10-second delay pause at
core idle allows various scheduled engine systems, such as variable inlet guide
vanes (VIGVs) and variable bleed valves (VBVs), to reach a stabilized condition
before shutdown occurs.

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An SDTI automatically initiates the following actions:

Power is immediately reduced to core idle, causing the engine to decel as rapidly
as possible.
Ten (10) seconds after achieving core idle then FSLO.
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A
A
Ampere(s)
abs
Absolute
AC
Alternating Current
acfm Actual Cubic Feet per Minute
acmm Actual Cubic Meter per Minute
AGB Accessory Gearbox
ALF Aft, Looking Forward
Assy Assembly
ASTM American Society for Testing and
Materials
atm Atmosphere
AUX Auxiliary
AVRX Auxiliary Voltage Regulator
B
(Beta) Variable Stator Position
BEM Brush Electrical Machines
bhp
Brake Horsepower
BOP Balance of Plant
Btu
British Thermal Unit
C
C
Degree Celsius (Centigrade)
cc
Cubic Centimeter
CCW Counterclockwise
CDLO Cooldown Lockout
CDP Compressor Discharge Pressure
cfm Cubic Feet per Minute
CG
Center of Gravity
cid
Cubic Inch Displacement
CIT Compressor Inlet Temperature
cm
Centimeter
cm2 Square Centimeter
cm3 Cubic Centimeter
Cont Continued
CRF Compressor Rear Frame
CRT Cathode-Ray Tube (Screen)
CT
Current Transformer
CW Clockwise
D
dB
dBA

Decibel
Decibel (Absolute)

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DC
DCS
DF
dn/dt

Direct Current
Digital Control System
Diesel Fuel
Differential Speed/Differential Time
(Rate of Change, Speed vs. Time)
dp
Differential Pressure
dp/dt Differential Pressure/Differential
Time
-dPs3/dt Negative Rate of Change of HighPressure Compressor Static
Pressure
DSM Digital Synchronizing Module
Dwg. Drawing
E
EMU Engine Maintenance Unit
F
F
FCV
F&ID
Fig.
FIR
FMP
FOD
FLSO

Degree Fahrenheit
Flow Control Valve
Flow & Instrument Diagram
Figure
Full Indicator Reading
Fuel Manifold Pressure
Foreign-Object Damage
Fast Stop Lockout Without
Motoring
FSWM Fast Stop With Motoring
ft
Foot (Feet)
2
Square Feet
ft
ft3
Cubic Feet
ft-lb Foot-Pound
G
GA
gal
GE
GG
gpm
GT
GTG

General Arrangement
Gallon(s)
General Electric
Gas Generator
Gallons per Minute
Gas Turbine
Gas Turbine Generator

H
H-O-A HAND-OFF-AUTO (Switch)

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hp
HP
HPC
HPCR
HPT
HPTR
h
Hz

Horsepower
High Pressure
High-Pressure Compressor
High-Pressure Compressor Rotor
High-Pressure Turbine
High-Pressure Turbine Rotor
Hour(s)
Hertz (Cycles per Second)

I
ID
Inside Diameter
IEEE Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers
IGHP Isentropic Gas Horsepower
IGKW Isentropic Gas Kilowatt
IGV Inlet Guide Vane
in
Inch(es)
in2
Square Inch
in3
Cubic Inch
in-Hg Pressure, Inches of Mercury
in-lb Inch-Pound
in-Wg Pressure, Inches of Water
I/O
Input/Output
IPB Illustrated Parts Breakdown
ISA Instrument Society of America
K
kg cm Kilogram-Centimeter
kg m Kilogram-Meter
kohm Kilohm
kPa
KiloPascal
kPad KiloPascal Differential
kPag KiloPascal Gauge
K (CONT)
kV
Kilovolt
kVA Kilovolt Ampere
kvar Kilovar
kW
Kilowatt
kWh Kilowatthour
kWhm Kilowatthour Meter
L
L
lb

Liter
Pound(s)

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LEL
LFL
LP
LPC
Lpm
LPCR
LVDT

Lower Explosive Limit


Lower Flammable Limit
Low Pressure
Low-Pressure Compressor
Liters Per Minute
Low-Pressure Compressor Rotors
Linear Variable-Differential
Transformer

M
m
Meter
2
m
Square Meter
m3
Cubic Meter
mA
Milliampere
Maint. Maintenance
MAVR Modular Automatic Voltage
Regulator
mb
Millibar
MCC Motor Control Center
MGTB Main Generator Terminal Box
MHz Megahertz
MIL Military
MIL-SPEC Military Specification
MIL-STD
Military Standard
min Minute(s)
mm Millimeter
Mohm Megohm(s)
mph Miles Per Hour
MTTB Main Turbine Terminal Box
Mvar Megavar
MW Megawatt
N
NEMA National Electrical Manufacturers
Association
Nm
Newton Meter
NOx Oxides of Nitrogen
O
OAT Outside Air Temperature
OD
Outside Diameter
O&M Operation and Maintenance
P
P2

Low-Pressure Compressor Inlet

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High-Pressure Compressor Inlet
Total Pressure
P48 Low-Pressure Turbine Inlet Total
Pressure
Pamb Ambient Pressure
Para. Paragraph
P (CONT)
PCB Printed Circuit Board
PF
Power Factor
PMG Permanent Magnet Generator
ppm Parts Per Million
Ps3
High-Pressure Compressor
Discharge Static Pressure
Ps25 High-Pressure Compressor Inlet
Static Pressure
Ps55 Low-Pressure Turbine Discharge
Static Pressure
psia Pounds per Square Inch Absolute
psid Pounds per Square Inch
Differential
psig Pounds per Square Inch Gauge
PT
Pressure Transmitter
PTO Power Takeoff
P25

R
rms
rpm
RTD
RTV

Root Mean Square


Revolutions Per Minute
Resistance Temperature Detector
Room Temperature Vulcanizing

S
scfm Standard Cubic Feet per Minute
scmm Standard Cubic Meters per Minute
SDTI Step Decelerate to Idle
sec
Second(s)
SG
Specific Gravity
shp
Shaft Horsepower
SMEC Spray Mist Evaporator Cooler
SML Slow Decelerate to Minimum Load
S/O Shutoff
SOV Solenoid-operated Valve
S&S Stewart & Stevenson Services, Inc.
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T
T2
T3
T25
T48
Tamb
TAN
TBD
TGB
theta 2

TIT
TRF

Low-Pressure Compressor Inlet


Total Temperature
High-Pressure Compressor
Discharge Temperature
High-Pressure Compressor Inlet
Temperature
Low-Pressure Turbine Inlet
Temperature
Ambient Temperature
Total Acid Number
To Be Determined
Transfer Gearbox
Ratio of Measure Absolute Gas
Generator Inlet Temperature to
Standard Day Absolute
Temperature
Turbine Inlet Temperature
Turbine Rear Frame

V
V
Volt
VAC Volts, Alternating Current
var
Volt-Ampere Reactive
VBV Variable Bypass Valve
VDC Volts, Direct Current
VG
Variable Geometry
V (CONT)
VIGV Variable Inlet Guide Vane
VSV Variable Stator Vane
W
W
W2

Watt
Low Pressure Compressor Physical
Airflow
W25 High Pressure Compressor Physical
Airflow
Wf
Flow, Fuel
Wg
Pressure, Water Gauge
Wh
Watt-Hour
WHRU
Waste Heat Recovery Unit
X
XN2

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XN2R Low-Pressure Rotor Speed Corrected


XN25 High-Pressure Compressor Speed Physical
XN36 Acoustic monitor DLE
XN25R High-Pressure Compressor Speed Corrected
XNSD Low-Pressure Turbine Speed

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GLOSSARY
A
A/D Conversion Analog-to-Digital Conversion: A con-version that takes an analog input
in the form of electrical voltage or current and produces a digital output.
ABT Automatic Bus Transfer: For critical loads, normal and alternate, power sources are
provided. The power sources are supplied from separate switchboards through separate cable
runs. Upon loss of the normal power supply, the transfer switch automatically disconnects
this source and shifts the load to the alternate source.
AC Alternating Current: Alternating current is an electric current that flows first in one
direction for a given period of time, and then in the reverse direction for an equal period of
time, constantly changing in magnitude.
A Ampere: A unit of electrical current or rate of flow of electrons. One volt across one
ohm of resistance causes a current flow of one ampere.
Analog Signal: An analog signal is a measurable quantity that is variable throughout a given
range and is representative of a physical quantity.
Annular: In the form of, or forming, a ring.
Anti-Icing: A system for preventing the buildup of ice on the gas turbine intake systems.

APD Automatic Paralleling Device: Automatically parallels any two gas turbinegenerator sets.
B
Babbitt: A white alloy of tin, lead, copper, and antimony which is used for lining bearings.
BAS Bleed-Air System: The BAS uses as its source compressed air extracted from the
compressor stage of each gas turbine module and gas turbine-generator set. The BAS is used
for anti-icing, prairie air, masker air, and low-pressure gas turbine starting for both the gas
turbine module and the gas turbine-generator set.
Bleed Air: Hot, compressed air bled off the compressor stage of the gas turbine module and
gas turbine-generator set. See BAS Bleed-Air System.
Blow-in Doors: The blow-in doors located on the high-hat assembly are designed to open by
means of solenoid-operated latch mechanisms if the inlet airflow becomes too restricted for
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Borescope: A small periscope used to visually inspect internal engine components.


BTB Buss Tie Breaker: A BTB is used to connect one main switchboard to another main
switchboard.
Buffer: To electronically isolate and filter an electrical signal from its source.
Bus: The term used to specify an uninsulated power conductor.
C
CB Circuit Breaker: An automatic protective device that, under abnormal conditions,
will open a current-carrying circuit.
CIT Compressor Inlet Temperature (T2): CIT is the temperature of the air entering the
gas turbine compressor as measured at the front frame. CIT is one of the parameters used for
calculating engine power output (torque) and scheduling fuel flow and variable stator vane
angle.
Coalesce: To grow together, unite, or fuse, as uniting small liquid particles into large
droplets. This principle is used to remove water from fuel in the filter/separator.
Condensate: The product of reducing steam (gas) to a liquid; (water). For example, as used
in the distilling process.
D
D/A Conversion Digital-to-Analog Conversion: A con-version that produces an analog
output in the form of voltage or current from a digital input.
DC Direct Current: Direct current is an electric current that flows in one direction. A
pure direct current is one that will continuously flow at a constant rate.
Deaerator: A deaerator is a device that removes air from oil as in the LS&C tank (gas
turbine module) which separates air from scavenged oil.
Delta P Differential Pressure: The pressure drop across a fixed device.
Demisters: A moisture-removal device that separates water from air.
Dessicant: A substance having a great affinity for water and used as a drying agent.
Diffuser: A device that reduces the velocity and increases the static pressure of a fluid
passing through a system.
Digital Signal: A signal, in the form of a series of discrete quantities, that has two distinct
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E
Eductor: The eductor is a mixing tube which is used in the gas turbine module exhaust
system. It is physically positioned at the top of the stack so that the gas flow from the gas
turbine module exhaust nozzles will draw outside air into the exhaust stream as it enters the
mixing tube.
EG Electronic Governor: An electronic governor is a system that uses an electronic
control unit, in conjunction with an electrohydraulic governor actuator, to control the position
of the liquid fuel valve on the gas turbine-generator set and regulate engine speed.
F
Fault Alarm: This type of alarm is used in the Fuel Oil Control System and Damage Control
Console. It indicates that a sensor circuit has opened.
FO System Fuel Oil System: The FO system provides a continuous supply of clean fuel to
the gas turbine module and to the gas turbine-generator set. The gas turbine module and gas
turbine-generator set can operate on DFM, ND, and JP-5.
FOD Foreign-Object Damage: Damage as a result of entry of foreign objects into a gas
turbine engine.
G
GB Generator Breaker: Circuit breaker used to connect a gas turbine-generator set to its
main switchboard.
GCU Generator Control Unit: A static GCU is supplied for each gas turbine-generator
set consisting of a static exciter/voltage regulator assembly, field rectifier assembly, motordriven rheostat, and a mode select rotary switch. It controls the output voltage of the
generator.
Governor Droop Mode: Droop mode is normally used only for paralleling with shore
power. Because shore power is an infinite bus, droop mode is necessary to control the load
carried by the gas turbine-generator set. If a gas turbine-generator set is paralleled with shore
power, and one attempts to operate in isochronous mode instead of droop mode, the gas
turbine-generator set governor speed reference can never be satisfied because the gas turbinegenerator set frequency is being held constant by the infinite bus. If the gas turbine-generator
set governor speed reference is above the shore power frequency, the load carried by the gas
turbine-generator set will increase beyond capacity in an effort to raise the shore power
frequency. If the speed reference is below the shore power frequency, the load will decrease
and reverse in an effort to lower the shore power frequency. The resulting overload or reverse
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Governor Isochronous Mode: The isochronous mode is normally used for gas turbinegenerator set operation. This mode provides a constant frequency for all load conditions.
When operating two gas turbine-generator sets in parallel isochronous mode, it also provides
equal load sharing between the units.
GTG Set Gas Turbine-Generator Set: The GTG set consists of a gas turbine engine; a
reduction gearbox; and a three-phase, alternating-current generator rated at 2000 kW and 450
VAC.
GTM Gas Turbine Module: The GTM consists of the main propulsion gas turbine unit,
including the gas turbine engine, base, enclosure, shock-mounting system, fire detection and
extinguishing system, and the enclosure environmental control components.
H
Header: This is a piping manifold that connects several sub-lines to a major pipeline.
Head Tank: A tank located higher than other system components to provide a positive
pressure to a system by gravity.
Helix: A tube or solid material wrapped like threads on a screw.
High-Hat Assembly: A removable housing over the main engine air intake ducts, which
contains the moisture-separating system, inlet louvers, and blow-in doors.
Hz Hertz: A unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second.
I
I/O Input/Output: The interfacing of incoming and outgoing signals from the computer to
the controlled device.
IGV Inlet Guide Vanes: Vanes ahead of the first stage of compressor blades of a gas
turbine engine whose function is to guide the inlet air into the gas turbine compressor at the
optimum angle.
Immiscible: Incapable of being mixed.
Impinge: To strike, hit, or be thrown against, as in the case of condensate impinging against
the tubes or baffles.
Inlet Plenum: That section of the gas turbine inlet air passage that is contained within the
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ISO Isochronous: Governing with steady-state speed regulation of essentially zero


magnitude.
L
Labyrinth/Windback Seals: The labyrinth/windback seals combine a rotating element with
a smooth-surface stationary element to form an oil seal. This type of seal is used in
conjunction with an air seal, with a pressurization air cavity between the two seals. Pressure
in the pressurization air cavity is always greater than the sump pressure, therefore, flow across
the seal is toward the sump, thus preventing oil leakage from the sump. The windback is a
course thread on the rotating element of the oil seal which, by screw action, forces any oil
which might leak across the seal back into the sump.
Latent: Present, but not visible or apparent.
LED Light-emitting Diode: A solid-state device which, when conducting, emits light.
The LEDs are used for the digital displays and card fault indicators in the local control panel
and other electronic systems.
Liquid Fuel Valve: Meters the required amount of fuel for all engine operating conditions
for the GTG set engine.
Load Shedding: Generator overpower protection by automatically dropping preselected
nonvital loads when generator output reaches 100% for 3 seconds, and additional dropping of
preselected semivital loads if the overload condition exists for another 5 seconds.
Local Control: Startup and operation of equipment by means of manual controls attached to
the machinery, or by the electric panel attached to the machinery or located nearby.
LOCOP Local Control Panel: Electronic enclosure containing operating and monitoring
equipment used to control the turbine during operation. The control elements of the system
are powered by 28 VDC from the switchboard or batteries.
M
micron: A unit of measure equal to one-millionth of a meter.
mil: A unit of measure equal to one-thousandth of an inch.
MRG Main Reduction Gear: The reduction gear is a single-reduction, single-helical
(spiral), gear-type speed reducer.
N
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O
Orifice: A restricted opening used primarily in fluid systems.
P
PCB Printed Circuit Board: An electronic assembly mounted on a card using etched
conductors. Also called Printed Wiring Board (PWB).
PF Power Factor: The ratio of the average (or active) power to the apparent power (rootmean-square voltage rms current) of an alternating-current circuit.
Pinion: A smaller gear designed to mesh with a larger gear.
Pitch: A term applied to the distance a propeller will advance during one revolution.
PMA Permanent Magnet Alternator: PMA is mounted on the generator shaft extension
of each GTG set and supplies speed sensing and power to the EG. PMA also supplies initial
generator excitation.
Poppet-Type Check Valve: A valve that moves into and from its seat to prevent oil from
draining into the GTG set when the engine is shut down.
ppm Parts Per Million: Unit of measure.
pps Pulses Per Second: Unit of measure.
psi Pounds per Square Inch: Unit of measure (pressure).
psia Pounds per Square Inch Absolute: Unit of measure (pressure).
psid Pounds per Square Inch Differential: Unit of measure (pressure).
psig Pounds per Square Inch Gage: Unit of measure (pressure).
PTO Power Takeoff: PTO is the drive shaft between the GTG set, gas turbine engine, and
the reduction gearbox. Transfers power from the gas turbine to the reduction gearbox to drive
the generator.
Pushbutton Switch Indicators: A panel-mounted device that contains both switch contacts
and indicating lights. The contacts are actuated by depressing the device face. The indicator
lights are labeled and wired for indicating alarm or status information.
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Rabbet Fit: A groove, depression, or offset in a member into which the end or edge of
another member is fitted, generally so that the two surfaces are flush. Also known as register
and spigots.
Radio-Frequency Interference: An electrical signal capable of being propagated into, and
interfering with, the proper operation of electrical or electronic equipment.
RTD Resistance Temperature Detector: Same as RTE.
RTE Resistance Temperature Element: These temperature sensors work on the principle
that as temperature increases, the conductive materials exposed increase their electrical
resistance.
S
Scavenge Pump: Used to remove oil from a sump and return it to the oil supply tank.
scfm Standard Cubic Feet per Minute: Unit of measure.
Sensor: A device that responds to a physical stimulus and transmits a result impulse for
remote monitoring.
Serial Data Bus: The bus is time-shared between the LOCOP and the end device. Control
and status information are exchanged in the form of serial data words.
Stall: An inherent characteristic of all gas turbine compressors to varying degrees and under
certain operating conditions. It occurs whenever the relationship between air pressure,
velocity, and compressor rotational speed is altered to such extent that the effective angle of
attack of the compressor blades becomes excessive, causing the blades to stall in much the
same manner as an aircraft wing.
Sync Synchronize: The state where connected alternating-current systems operate at the
same frequency and where the phase-angle displacements between voltages in them are
constant or vary about a steady and stable average value.
SWBD SWitchBoarD: A large panel assembly which mounts the control switches, circuit
breakers, instruments, and fuses essential to the operation and protection of electrical
distribution systems.
Switch Indicator: See Pushbutton Switch Indicator.
T
T2 Compressor Inlet Temperature: Same as CIT.
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U
Ultraviolet Flame Detectors: Ultraviolet flame detectors sense the presence of fire in the
GTM and GTG set and generate an electrical signal to the alarm panel.
X
XDCR Transducer: The XDCR is a sensor that converts quantities such as pressure,
temperature, and flow rate into electrical signals.
XFR Transfer: The theoretical relationship between measure and output values, as
determined by inherent principles of operation.

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GAS TURBINE ENGINE THEORY DEFINITIONS


INTRODUCTION
This information sheet has been prepared to aid the student in his understanding of the basic
principles of physics, the gas laws, thermodynamics, and the Brayton cycle, which are
associated with gas turbine engine operation. A thorough knowledge of these principles will
greatly aid the student throughout his career in the Gas Turbine field.
REFERENCES
Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Technology
Sawyers Turbomachinery Maintenance Handbook
Modern Marine Engineers Manual
Handbook of Physics and Chemistry
Basic Thermodynamics
DEFINITIONS
Absolute pressure P
The actual pressure applied to a system. Normally found by
adding a value of 14.7 to gauge readings. (Normal units are expressed as pounds per square
inch, absolute (psia).)
Absolute temperature
T
Temperature that is reckoned form the absolute zero.
(Normal units are expressed as either degrees Rankine or degrees Kelvin.)
Absolute zero
The point at which all molecular activity ceases. Computed to be a
temperature of approximately 460 degrees Fahrenheit (460 F) or 273 degrees Celsius
(273 C).
Acceleration a
The rate of change of velocity, in either speed or direction. (Normal
units are expressed as feet per second squared (ft/sec2).)
Adiabatic
As applied to thermodynamics, applies to a process or cycle that occurs
with no net loss or gain of heat.
Ambient pressure Pamb For our uses while studying marine gas turbine engines, the
pressure felt directly outside the ship (atmospheric pressure).
Ambient temperature
Tamb For our uses while studying marine gas turbine engines,
the temperature felt directly outside the ship (atmospheric temperature).
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Bernoulli theorem
As a fluid flows through a restricted area such as a nozzle, the
velocity of the fluid will increase with a corresponding decrease in pressure and a slight
decrease in temperature. The inverse is true for fluid flow through a diffuser.
Boyles law
If the absolute temperature of a given quantity of gas is held constant,
the absolute pressure of the gas is inversely proportional to the volume the gas is allowed to
occupy.
Brayton cycle
The thermodynamic cycle on which all gas turbine engines operate,
considered to be a constant pressure cycle (combustion occurs at a constant pressure).
British thermal unit Btu Defined as the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature
of a 1-pound mass of water 1 degree Fahrenheit (1 F). (Water is to be pure distilled water,
and the temperature change is from 64 degrees Fahrenheit (64 F) to 65 degrees Fahrenheit
(65 F).)
Cascade effect
As related to compressor stall, cascade effect is where
turbulence created in the forward stages of the compression section is passed rearward
through the compressor, with an increase in the total amount of turbulence with each
successive stage.
Celsius (centigrade) C
Normally used by scientists, a temperature scale in which the
temperature c in degrees Celsius (C) is related to the temperature Tk in kelvins by the
formula:
c = Tk 273.15.
Charles law
If the absolute pressure of a given quantity of gas is held constant, the
volume the gas is allowed to occupy is directly proportional to the absolute temperature of the
gas.
Compound blading
A blending of both reaction and impulse turbine blading such
that the actual blades are impulse at the root and reaction at the tip. It is the most common
type of blading used in the turbine and power turbine sections of modern gas turbine engines.
Compressor discharge pressure
CDP The actual pressure of the air exiting the
compressor section, after having passed through all stages of compression and the diffuser,
and passing on to the combustion section.
Compressor discharge temperature
CDT The temperature of the compressed air
that has passed through all compression stages and the diffuser, and is being passed to the
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Compressor inlet pressure


CIP
The pressure of the air at the inlet to the inlet guide vanes of
the compressor. Normally slightly less than atmospheric pressure.

Compressor inlet temperature


CIT The temperature of the air which actually enters
the compressor. Normally measured at the inlet bellmouth.
Compressor stall
When turbulence across the stages of the compressor becomes severe
enough (owing to the cascade effect), the actual airflow through the compressor is disrupted
and decreases. During compressor stall, it is not common to see a reduction in the rpm of the
compressor section, only a reduction in the actual air- flow through the compressor.
Compressor ratio C/R
compressor inlet pressure.

A ratio of the compressor discharge pressure divided by the

Compressor ratio per stage CR/STG


The pressure rise that each individual stage in the
compressor can handle. It has been determined that in an axial-flow compressor, the
maximum CR/STG is approximately 1.2-to-1.
Conduction
A method of heat transfer in which one area of a substance is heated,
causing an increase in the molecular vibrations at that point. These increased vibrations are
transmitted from atom to atom throughout the length of the substance.
Configuration

How something is put together.

Conservation of momentum
During an elastic collision with no losses owing to heat
or friction, the total momentum of Object 1 must equal the total momentum of Object 2.
Convection
A method of heat transfer in which one area of a fluid is heated,
causing a current to be set up that transfers the heat throughout the fluid.
Cycle
conditions.

A process that begins with certain conditions and ends at the original

Cycle efficiency
The output horsepower of the engine divided by the input
energy used. In the case of all gas turbine engines, efficiency is equal to work rate brake
divided by heat rate of addition (the units for both must be the same). (Normal units are
expressed as percent (%).)
Delta

Pressure correction factor.

Distance

The amount of linear separation between two or more objects or points.

Diameter
D
The length of a straight line through the center of an object. (Normal
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Dovetail
A type of blade attachment normally used to attach the rotating blades
in the compressor section of an axial-flow compressor to the disk.
Elastic collision
In physics, a collision in which there are no losses owing to
friction or heat, and no plastic deformation occurs.
Energy
(ft-lb.).)

The capacity to do work. (Normal units are expressed as foot pounds

Exhaust gas temperature EGT


The temperature of the gases that are exhausted
from the engine. (Normal units are expressed as degrees Fahrenheit (F).)
Exit guide vanes
EGV Used in most axial-flow compressors to reduce the total amount
of turbulence that is passed from the compressor section to the combustion section of the
engine.
Fahrenheit F
Degrees Fahrenheit. A temperature scale normally used by engineers
(not an absolute temperature scale).
First law of thermodynamics
Energy is indestructible and interconvertible.
Three main points: (1) Energy cannot be created or destroyed; (2) energy can change forms;
and (3) energy is conserved for any system, open or closed.
A type of blade attachment normally used to hold the rotating blades of an
axial-flow turbine to the turbine disk or wheel.

Fir tree

Fluid
Any substance which conforms to the shape of its container (may be either
liquid or gas).
Force F
A vector quantity that tends to produce, modify, or retard motion. (Normal
units are expressed as pounds (lb).)
Fuel flow
Wf
The amount of fuel an engine is using at any given time. (Normal units
are expressed as gallons per hour (gal/hr).)
Function

How something is accomplished.

Gas constant R
A number derived for any gas by use of the perfect gas equation. This
constant for atmospheric air is 53.345.
Gas generator G/G The section of a split-shaft engine that is composed of the compressor,
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Gas turbine engine GTE A form of internal combustion heat engine that operates on the
Brayton cycle, and in which all events occur continuously during normal engine operation.
Gauge pressure
psig The actual pressure readings taken from gauges that are
calibrated to read absolute pressure.
General gas law

A combination of both Boyles law and Charles law.

Gravity
g
The gravitational attraction of the mass of the earth, the moon, or a
planet for bodies at or near its surface. On earth, the acceleration owing to gravity is 32.174
ft/sec2.
Heat Q
The energy associated with the random motion of atoms, molecules, and
smaller structural units of which matter is composed.
.

Heat rate of addition Qa


The amount of energy (in Btu/min) which is added during the
combustion process in the gas turbine engine.
DEFINITIONS (CONT)
.

Heat rate of rejection


Qr
A loss for a gas turbine engine. The amount of energy
that was added during the gas turbine engine cycle, but was not extracted in the turbine
section and was exhausted to the atmosphere. (Normal units are expressed in British thermal
units per minute (Btu/min).)
Heat transfer
substances.
Height hgt

The transfer of thermal energy between two or more bodies or

The extent of elevation above a level. (Normal units are expressed as feet (ft).)

Horsepower hp
The unit of power in the British engineering system, equal to 550 footpounds per second, approximately 745.7 watts.
Impulse blading
A type of turbine or power turbine blading which operates
principally by the conservation of momentum.
Inlet guide vanes
IGV A set of vanes located in the forward part of the axial-flow
compressor which are used to direct the incoming air at a predetermined angle toward the
direction of rotation of the first-stage blades.
Kelvin K
scale.

A temperature scale which is absolute and is related to the Celsius temperature

Kinetic energy
pounds (ft-lb).)

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Local sound of speed CS


temperature.

Speed of sound is directly related to the ambient or local

Mass m
The quantity of fundamental matter of which an object is composed. Mass of
an object does not change with location.
Matter

Anything having weight and occupying space.

Momentum M
A property of a moving body that determines the length of time
required to bring it to rest when under the action of a constant force.
Newtons laws
physics:

Three laws which encompass a large amount of classical

Every body or substance will continue in its state of rest or uniform motion in a
1st
straight line, unless acted upon by some external force.
2nd
A force is required to accelerate a body; the magnitude of this force is directly
proportional to the mass of the body and to the acceleration produced. Mathematically
written as: F = m a.
3rd

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Open cycle
A cycle in which the operating medium is drawn in at atmospheric
conditions, undergoes some process or processes, and is then returned to atmospheric
conditions.
Potential energy

Ep

Stored energy.

pi

The ratio of the circumference of any circle to its diameter. A constant with no
units; an approximation is 3.1416.
Power p

The time rate of doing work. (Normal units are expressed as horsepower (hp).)

Power turbine
extracted.

P/T

Pound(s)

A unit of measure used to denote either an amount of weight or force.

lb

Pound mass lbm


weight).

The section of split-shaft engines in which work rate brake is

A unit of measure used to denote the mass of an object (the objects

Pressure
The force or thrust exerted over a surface divided by its area. (Normal
units are expressed as pounds per square inch (psi).)

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Primary air
all CDP air.

The CDP air which is actually used for combustion in a GTE; 25% of

Radiation
One type of heat transfer in which the thermal energy is transferred from one
body or substance which is not in physical contact with a second body or substance by random wave
motion.
Rankine
R
Degrees Rankine. An absolute temperature scale that is directly related to the
Fahrenheit temperature scale.

Reaction blading
The type of turbine blading which operates mainly on the
principle of action and reaction.
Revolutions per minute

rpm

A measure of the speed of rotation of a rotating body.

Secondary air
The portion of CDP air which is used to cool and center the flame of
combustion, 75% of all CDP air.
Second law of thermodynamics
Heat cannot, on its own accord, be made to flow
from a body or substance of lower temperature to a body or substance of higher temperature
in a continuous, self-sustaining process. More simply stated, heat transfer is from hot to cold.
Single-shaft engine
One of the simplest forms of GTE which has only one shaft and
three major components: (1) a compressor, (2) a combustor, and (3) a turbine.
Specific enthalpy

The total energy content of a mass of gas.

Specific heat c
The quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of a 1-pound
mass of a substance at 1 degree Fahrenheit (1 F).
cv

Specific heat at constant volume

cp

Specific heat at constant pressure

Speed N
Distance traveled per unit time. (Common units are expressed as feet per
second (ft/sec), miles per hour (mph), and revolutions per minute (rpm).)
Temperature T
A measure of the intensity of heat. (Normal units are expressed as
Fahrenheit (F) or Rankine (R) (where an absolute unit is required).)
Theta

The temperature correction factor.

Thermodynamics
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Time t
A measured or measurable period during which an action, process, or condition
exists or continues.
Tip clang
The actual bending of the rotating blades used in an axial-flow
compressor when the pressures across the blades become excessive because of the turbulence
of stall. When these have enough pressure to cause them to physically bend, they can actually
contact the stationary vanes; when this occurs, the condition is known as tip clang.
Turbine inlet temperature TIT The temperature of the gases exiting the combustion
section of the engine and entering the turbine section.
Total energy Et

The algebraic sum of the potential and kinetic energy of a body or substance.

Velocity
vel
Speed in a given direction; a vector quantity. (Normal units are
expressed as feet per second (ft/sec) or revolutions per minute (rpm).)
Vector quantity
Volume
V
inches (in3).)

A quantity that has both magnitude and direction.


Cubic capacity. (Normal units are expressed as cubic feet (ft3) or cubic

Weight wt
A measure of the pull of gravity on a quantity of matter. (Normal units are expressed
as pound(s) (lb).)
Work W
Work is equal to the product of the force applied to an object, multiplied by the
distance through which the force acts.
Work rate brake

Wb

The actual output horsepower that is produced by an engine.

Work rate of compression


Wc
compressor sections of a GTE.

The calculated value of power required to drive the

Work rate turbine


Wt
The amount of work extracted from the hot gases in the turbine
section. This work must be utilized to drive both the compressor section and the engines load in the
single-shaft engine, and the value of work rate turbine is used only to drive the compressor in the splitshaft engines. (Normal units are expressed as horsepower (hp).)

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Tab A

Tab B

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ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4

MAG
MAG
MAG
MAG

TCP-1-4-1-W104TCP-1-4-2-W104TCP-1-4-3-W104TCP-1-4-4-W104W104-

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

FTM104-20/21/2
FTM104-22/23/4
FTM104-24/25/6
FTM104-26/27/8
FTM104-37

+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

COMMENTS

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All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
1--1--1--1---

1
2
3
4

HPC ROTOR SPEED (XN25A)


LPT ROTOR SPEED (XNSDA/LEFT)
HPC ROTOR SPEED (XN25B)
LPT ROTOR SPEED (XNSDB/RIGHT)

SE-6800
SE-6812
SE-6801
SE-6813

2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48A/UPPER)


LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48C/LOWER)
HPC DISCHARGE TEMP (T3A)
DELTA 12
LPC INLET AIR TEMP (T2A)
HPC INLET AIR TEMP (T25A)
DELTA 12
GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGSA)
HPC INLET TOTAL PRESS (P25A)
THRUST BALANCE PRESS (PTB1A)
GAS FUEL FILTER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER
GEN MW SIGNAL
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

TE-6843
TE-6845
TE-6838A
TE-62045
TE-6821A
TE-6837A
TE-6233A
TE-6232A
PT-6859A
PT-6861A
PDT-62578
WX
VFD-SPD(MOT-4245)
VFD1-SPD(MOT-6417)

IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

K
K
K
K
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-1-6-1-W106.1TCP-1-6-2-W106.1TCP-1-6-3-W106.1TCP-1-6-4-W106.1TCP-1-6-5-W106.1TCP-1-6-6-W106.1TCP-1-6-7-W106.1TCP-1-6-8-W106.1TCP-1-6-9-W106.1TCP-1-6-10-W106.1TCP-1-6-11-W106.1TCP-1-6-12-W106.1TCP-1-6-13-W106.1TCP-1-6-14-W106.1TCP-1-6-15-W106.1TCP-1-6-16-W106.1W106.1-

FTM106.1-14/15/16
FTM106.1-20/21/22
FTM106.1-26/27/28
FTM106.1-32/33/34
FTM106.1-39/38/37/40
FTM106.1-45/44/43/46
FTM106.1-51/50/49/52
FTM106.1-57/56/55/58
FTM106.1-66/63/64
FTM106.1-72/69/70
FTM106.1-78/75/76
FTM106.1-84/81/82
FTM106.1-2/1/3
FTM106.1-5/4/6
FTM106.1-8/7/9
FTM106.1-11/10/12
FTM106.1-86

AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48E/LOWER)


LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48G/UPPER)
INLET STATIC PRESS (P0)
LPT INLET TOTAL PRESS (P48)
DELTA 12
SPRINT WATER OUTER MANIFOLD PRESS
SPRINT AIR MANIFOLD PRESS
SPRINT WATER FLOW RATE (SUPPLY)
SPRINT INLET AIR MANIFOLD PRESS
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
HPC DISCHARGE STATIC PRESS (PS3A)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

TE-6847
TE-6849
PT-6863
PT-6860
ZE-6238
PT-62239
PT-62241
FT-62231
PT-62269
TE-64076A1
ZE-6201
PT-6804
ZY-6201
ZY-6238

IN13
IN14
IN15
IN16
IN17
IN18
IN19
IN20
IN21
IN22
IN23
IN24
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8

K
K
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
RTD
4-20S
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-1-6-17-W106.2TCP-1-6-18-W106.2TCP-1-6-19-W106.2TCP-1-6-20-W106.2TCP-1-6-21-W106.2TCP-1-6-22-W106.2TCP-1-6-23-W106.2TCP-1-6-24-W106.2TCP-1-6-25-W106.2TCP-1-6-26-W106.2TCP-1-6-27-W106.2TCP-1-6-28-W106.2TCP-1-6-29-W106.2TCP-1-6-30-W106.2TCP-1-6-31-W106.2TCP-1-6-32-W106.2W106.2-

FTM106.2-14/15/16
FTM106.2-20/21/22
FTM106.2-30/27/28
FTM106.2-36/33/34
FTM106.2-39/38/40
FTM106.2-48/45/46
FTM106.2-54/51/52
FTM106.2-60/57/58
FTM106.2-66/63/64
FTM106.2-69/68/67/70
FTM106.2-75/74/76
FTM106.2-84/81/82
FTM106.2-2/1/3
FTM106.2-5/4/6
FTM106.2-8/7/9
FTM106.2-11/10/12
FTM106.2-86

AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

RATIO: 1 RPM = 0.74910 HZ


RATIO: 1 RPM = 0.800 HZ
RATIO: 1 RPM = 0.74910 HZ
RATIO: 1 RPM = 0.800 HZ

OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)

OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

4-20 mA = 0-96 MW
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: -1 TO -39 F WINTERIZATION W/DUAL FUEL DLE OR -21 TO -39 F WINTERIZATION

OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). USE FOR VALVE MINIMUM POSITION
OPT: SPRINT
OPT: SPRINT
OPT: SPRINT
OPT: SPRINT
OPT: NOX WATER INJ SKID ENCLOSURE 1 (LP) (SAC ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY). USE FOR VALVE MINIMUM POSITION
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY)

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LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

K
K
K
K
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

IN13
IN14
IN15
IN16
IN17
IN18
IN19
IN20
IN21
IN22
IN23
IN24
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8

K
K
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
RTD
RTD
4-20S
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

TCP-1-7-1-W107.1TCP-1-7-2-W107.1TCP-1-7-3-W107.1TCP-1-7-4-W107.1TCP-1-7-5-W107.1TCP-1-7-6-W107.1TCP-1-7-7-W107.1TCP-1-7-8-W107.1TCP-1-7-9-W107.1TCP-1-7-10-W107.1TCP-1-7-11-W107.1TCP-1-7-12-W107.1TCP-1-7-13-W107.1TCP-1-7-14-W107.1TCP-1-7-15-W107.1TCP-1-7-16-W107.1W107.1-

FTM107.1-14/15/16
FTM107.1-20/21/22
FTM107.1-26/27/28
FTM107.1-32/33/34
FTM107.1-39/38/37/40
FTM107.1-45/44/43/46
FTM107.1-51/50/49/52
FTM107.1-57/56/55/58
FTM107.1-66/63/64
FTM107.1-72/69/70
FTM107.1-78/75/76
FTM107.1-84/81/82
FTM107.1-2/1/3
FTM107.1-5/4/6
FTM107.1-8/7/9
FTM107.1-11/10/12
FTM107.1-86

AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

TCP-1-7-17-W107.2TCP-1-7-18-W107.2TCP-1-7-19-W107.2TCP-1-7-20-W107.2TCP-1-7-21-W107.2TCP-1-7-22-W107.2TCP-1-7-23-W107.2TCP-1-7-24-W107.2TCP-1-7-25-W107.2TCP-1-7-26-W107.2TCP-1-7-27-W107.2TCP-1-7-28-W107.2TCP-1-7-29-W107.2TCP-1-7-30-W107.2TCP-1-7-31-W107.2TCP-1-7-32-W107.2W107.2-

FTM107.2-14/15/16
FTM107.2-20/21/22
FTM107.2-30/27/28
FTM107.2-36/33/34
FTM107.2-42/39/40
FTM107.2-48/45/46
FTM107.2-54/51/52
FTM107.2-60/57/58
FTM107.2-63/62/61/64
FTM107.2-69/68/67/70
FTM107.2-75/74/76
FTM107.2-84/81/82
FTM107.2-2/1/3
FTM107.2-5/4/6
FTM107.2-8/7/9
FTM107.2-11/10/12
FTM107.2-86

AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48F/LOWER)


LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48H/UPPER)
HPC DISCHARGE TEMP (T3B)
DELTA 12
LPC INLET AIR TEMP (T2B)
HPC INLET AIR TEMP (T25B)
DELTA 12
GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGSB)
HPC INLET TOTAL PRESS (P25B)
THRUST BALANCE PRESS (PTB1B)

TE-6848
TE-6850
TE-6838B
TE-62046
TE-6821B
TE-6837B
TE-6233B
TE-6232B
PT-6859B
PT-6861B

(SPARE)
(SPARE)
TURBINE INLET TEMP (T2 AVERAGE)
AIR FILTER INLET TEMP (T1)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

CUST_T2
CUST_T1

3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3---

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48B/UPPER)


LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48D/LOWER)
DELTA 12

TE-6844
TE-6846
PT-62043
(SPARE)

GAS FUEL SUPPLY PRESS (PGAS)


SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD PRESS
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
HPC DISCHARGE STATIC PRESS (PS3B)
DELTA 12
(SPARE)
HYDRAULIC STARTER PUMP PISTON CONTROL VALVE
SPRINT WATER FLOW CONTROL VALVE

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

PT-6227
PT-62250

TE-64076B1
TE-64076AB-2
ZE-6202
PT-6814
ZY-6202
SOV-1619
FCV-62230

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

OPT: GAS FUEL/NOX WATER INJ OR LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)

OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL

OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)
OPT: SPRINT

OPT: NOX WATER INJ SKID ENCLOSURE 1 (HP) (SAC ONLY)


OPT: NOX WATER INJ SKID ENCLOSURE 2. TE-64076A2 FOR LP & TE-64076B2 FOR HP (SAC ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY). USE FOR VALVE MINIMUM POSITION
OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)

OPT: SPRINT

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LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

K
K
K
K
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
RTD
4-20S
4-20S
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

IN13
IN14
IN15
IN16
IN17
IN18
IN19
IN20
IN21
IN22
IN23
IN24
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8

OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

TCP-2-7-1-W207.1TCP-2-7-2-W207.1TCP-2-7-3-W207.1TCP-2-7-4-W207.1TCP-2-7-5-W207.1TCP-2-7-6-W207.1TCP-2-7-7-W207.1TCP-2-7-8-W207.1TCP-2-7-9-W207.1TCP-2-7-10-W207.1TCP-2-7-11-W207.1TCP-2-7-12-W207.1TCP-2-7-13-W207.1TCP-2-7-14-W207.1TCP-2-7-15-W207.1TCP-2-7-16-W207.1W207.1-

FTM207.1-14/15/16
FTM207.1-20/21/22
FTM207.1-26/27/28
FTM207.1-32/33/34
FTM207.1-39/38/40
FTM207.1-45/44/46
FTM207.1-51/50/52
FTM207.1-57/56/55/58
FTM207.1-63/62/64
FTM207.1-69/68/70
FTM207.1-78/75/76
FTM207.1-84/81/82
FTM207.1-2/1/3
FTM207.1-5/4/6
FTM207.1-8/7/9
FTM207.1-11/10/12
FTM207.1-86

AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

K
K
K
K
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
RTD
4-20S
4-20S
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-2-7-17-W207.2TCP-2-7-18-W207.2TCP-2-7-19-W207.2TCP-2-7-20-W207.2TCP-2-7-21-W207.2TCP-2-7-22-W207.2TCP-2-7-23-W207.2TCP-2-7-24-W207.2TCP-2-7-25-W207.2TCP-2-7-26-W207.2TCP-2-7-27-W207.2TCP-2-7-28-W207.2TCP-2-7-29-W207.2TCP-2-7-30-W207.2TCP-2-7-31-W207.2TCP-2-7-32-W207.2W207.2-

FTM207.2-14/15/16
FTM207.2-20/21/22
FTM207.2-26/27/28
FTM207.2-32/33/34
FTM207.2-39/38/40
FTM207.2-45/44/46
FTM207.2-51/50/52
FTM207.2-57/56/55/58
FTM207.2-63/62/64
FTM207.2-69/68/70
FTM207.2-78/75/76
FTM207.2-84/81/82
FTM207.2-2/1/3
FTM207.2-5/4/6
FTM207.2-8/7/9
FTM207.2-11/10/12
FTM207.2-86

AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

mA
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
mA
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS

TCP-1-9-1-W109TCP-1-9-1-W109TCP-1-9-1-W109TCP-1-9-1-W109TCP-1-9-1-W109TCP-1-9-1-W109TCP-1-9-2-W109TCP-1-9-2-W109TCP-1-9-2-W109TCP-1-9-2-W109TCP-1-9-2-W109TCP-1-9-2-W109W109-

FTM109-2/3/1
FTM109-5/6/4
FTM109-8/9/7
FTM109-11/12/10
FTM109-14/15/13
FTM109-17/18/16
FTM109-21/22/20
FTM109-24/25/23
FTM109-27/28/26
FTM109-30/31/29
FTM109-33/34/32
FTM109-36/38/35
FTM109-37

+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP (T3C)

TE-6838C

4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4---

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP (T3D)

5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5---

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

VBV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR


VBV LVDT EXCITATION (LEFT/RIGHT)
VBVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 1)
VBVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 2)
VBVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 1)
VBVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 2)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK
MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK
MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK
(SPARE)
ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESS (PX36A)
GAS FUEL SPECIFIC GRAVITY
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND
MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND
MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND
(SPARE)

ZE-62108
ZE-62107
ZE-62109
PT-68135
AE-62325

ZY-62108
ZY-62107
ZY-62109

TE-6838D
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

DELTA 12
DELTA 12

ZE-62568
ZE-62569
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESS (PX36B)


GAS FUEL CALORIFIC VALUE (LHV)

PT-68136
AE-62326
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

DELTA 12
DELTA 12

ZY-62568
ZY-62569
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

FCV-6871
ZE-6871A-B
ZE-6871A1
ZE-6871A2
ZE-6871B1
ZE-6871B2

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

OPT: DLE

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: DLE
OPT: GAS CHROMATOGRAPH (DLE ONLY)

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

OPT: DLE

OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)

OPT: DLE
OPT: GAS CHROMATOGRAPH (DLE ONLY)

OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
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ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6---

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

VIGV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR


VIGV LVDT EXCITATION (LEFT/RIGHT)
VIGVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 1)
VIGVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 2)
VIGVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 1)
VIGVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 2)
VSV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR
VSV LVDT EXCITATION (LEFT/RIGHT)
VSVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 1)
VSVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 2)
VSVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 1)
VSVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 2)

FCV-6872
ZE-6872A-B
ZE-6872A1
ZE-6872A2
ZE-6872B1
ZE-6872B2
FCV-6873
ZE-6873A-B
ZE-6873A1
ZE-6873A2
ZE-6873B1
ZE-6873B2

OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN

mA
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
mA
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS

TCP-1-10-1-W110TCP-1-10-1-W110TCP-1-10-1-W110TCP-1-10-1-W110TCP-1-10-1-W110TCP-1-10-1-W110TCP-1-10-2-W110TCP-1-10-2-W110TCP-1-10-2-W110TCP-1-10-2-W110TCP-1-10-2-W110TCP-1-10-2-W110W110-

FTM110-2/3/1
FTM110-5/6/4
FTM110-8/9/7
FTM110-11/12/10
FTM110-14/15/13
FTM110-17/18/16
FTM110-21/22/20
FTM110-24/25/23
FTM110-27/28/26
FTM110-30/31/29
FTM110-33/34/32
FTM110-36/38/35
FTM110-37

+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)


OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)
OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)
OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)
OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)
OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)

7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7---

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

CDP BLEED VALVE TORQUE MOTOR


CDP BLEED VALVE LVDT EXCITATION (A/B)
CDP BLEED LVDT RETURN (A1)
CDP BLEED LVDT RETURN (A2)
CDP BLEED LVDT RETURN (B1)
CDP BLEED LVDT RETURN (B2)
8TH STAGE BLEED VALVE TORQUE MOTOR
8TH STAGE BLEED VALVE LVDT EXCITATION (A/B)
8TH STAGE BLEED LVDT RETURN (A1)
8TH STAGE BLEED LVDT RETURN (A2)
8TH STAGE BLEED LVDT RETURN (B1)
8TH STAGE BLEED LVDT RETURN (B2)

FCV-68128
ZE-68128A-B
ZE-68128A1
ZE-68128A2
ZE-68128B1
ZE-68128B2
FCV-68127
ZE-68127A-B
ZE-68127A1
ZE-68127A2
ZE-68127B1
ZE-68127B2

OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN

mA
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
mA
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS
VRMS

TCP-2-3-1-W203TCP-2-3-1-W203TCP-2-3-1-W203TCP-2-3-1-W203TCP-2-3-1-W203TCP-2-3-1-W203TCP-2-3-2-W203TCP-2-3-2-W203TCP-2-3-2-W203TCP-2-3-2-W203TCP-2-3-2-W203TCP-2-3-2-W203W203-

FTM203-2/3/1
FTM203-5/6/4
FTM203-8/9/7
FTM203-11/12/10
FTM203-14/15/13
FTM203-17/18/16
FTM203-21/22/20
FTM203-24/25/23
FTM203-27/28/26
FTM203-30/31/29
FTM203-33/34/32
FTM203-36/38/35
FTM203-37

+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE.
OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE.
OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE.
OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE.

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

JUMPER FTM203-12 TO 9.
JUMPER FTM203-18 TO 15.

JUMPER FTM203-31 TO 28.


JUMPER FTM203-38 TO 34.

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LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
OUT

RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8---

9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

PRESSURE TRANSDUCER INTERFACE MODULES (25 PPM DLE DESIGN)


GAS FUEL PRESS CONTROL SERIAL 1 XMIT+
GAS FUEL PRESS CONTROL SERIAL 1 XMITGAS FUEL PRESS FEEDBACK SERIAL 1 RCV+
GAS FUEL PRESS FEEDBACK SERIAL 1 RCVGAS FUEL PRESS XDCR 15V+ SERIAL 1 PWR
GAS FUEL PRESS XDCR 15V- SERIAL 1 PWR
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

GAS FUEL PRESS CONTROL SERIAL 1 XMIT+


GAS FUEL PRESS CONTROL SERIAL 1 XMITGAS FUEL PRESS FEEDBACK SERIAL 1 RCV+
GAS FUEL PRESS FEEDBACK SERIAL 1 RCVGAS FUEL PRESS XDCR 15V+ SERIAL 1 PWR
GAS FUEL PRESS XDCR 15V- SERIAL 1 PWR
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

XMTR BOX NO. 1-1


XMTR BOX NO. 1-2
XMTR BOX NO. 1-3
XMTR BOX NO. 1-4
XMTR BOX NO. 1-5
XMTR BOX NO. 1-6

XMTR BOX NO. 2-1


XMTR BOX NO. 2-2
XMTR BOX NO. 2-3
XMTR BOX NO. 2-4
XMTR BOX NO. 2-5
XMTR BOX NO. 2-6

OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
OUT

RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422
RS422

TCP-2-4-1-W204TCP-2-4-1-W204TCP-2-4-1-W204TCP-2-4-1-W204TCP-2-4-1-W204TCP-2-4-1-W204TCP-2-4-2-W204TCP-2-4-2-W204TCP-2-4-2-W204TCP-2-4-2-W204TCP-2-4-2-W204TCP-2-4-2-W204-

TCP-2-5-1-W205TCP-2-5-1-W205TCP-2-5-1-W205TCP-2-5-1-W205TCP-2-5-1-W205TCP-2-5-1-W205TCP-2-5-2-W205TCP-2-5-2-W205TCP-2-5-2-W205TCP-2-5-2-W205TCP-2-5-2-W205TCP-2-5-2-W205-

FTM204-PORT1-20
FTM204-PORT1-21
FTM204-PORT1-22
FTM204-PORT1-23
FTM204-PORT1-25
FTM204-PORT1-27
FTM204-PORT2-28
FTM204-PORT2-29
FTM204-PORT2-30
FTM204-PORT2-31
FTM204-PORT2-32
FTM204-PORT2-34
FTM204-19/37
FTM205-PORT1-20
FTM205-PORT1-21
FTM205-PORT1-22
FTM205-PORT1-23
FTM205-PORT1-25
FTM205-PORT1-27
FTM205-PORT2-28
FTM205-PORT2-29
FTM205-PORT2-30
FTM205-PORT2-31
FTM205-PORT2-32
FTM205-PORT2-34
FTM205-19/37

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A

GROUND
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY).

PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B


PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B
PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B
PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B
PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B
PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B

GROUND

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
REAL TIME SIO SERIAL MODULES
11A11A11A11A11A11A11A11A11A-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

11B11B11B11B11B11B11B11B11B-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

11C11C11C11C11C11C11C11C11C-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

12A12A12A12A12A12A12A12A12A-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

N/C
N/C
ZC62568+
N/C
ZC62568
N/C
N/C
ZC62568N/C

12B12B12B12B12B12B12B12B12B-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

N/C
N/C
ZC62569+
N/C
ZC62569
N/C
N/C
ZC62569N/C

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (+)


MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (COM)

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (-)

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (+)


MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (COM)

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (-)

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (+)


MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (COM)

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (-)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

N/C
N/C
ZC62108+
N/C
ZC62108
N/C
N/C
ZC62108N/C
N/C
N/C
ZC62107+
N/C
ZC62107
N/C
N/C
ZC62107N/C
N/C
N/C
ZC62109+
N/C
ZC62109
N/C
N/C
ZC62109N/C

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-1-W206.1TCP-2-6-1-W206.1TCP-2-6-1-W206.1TCP-2-6-1-W206.1TCP-2-6-1-W206.1TCP-2-6-1-W206.1TCP-2-6-1-W206.1TCP-2-6-1-W206.1TCP-2-6-1-W206.1-

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

TCP-2-6-2-W206.2TCP-2-6-2-W206.2TCP-2-6-2-W206.2TCP-2-6-2-W206.2TCP-2-6-2-W206.2TCP-2-6-2-W206.2TCP-2-6-2-W206.2TCP-2-6-2-W206.2TCP-2-6-2-W206.2-

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

TCP-2-6-3-W206.3TCP-2-6-3-W206.3TCP-2-6-3-W206.3TCP-2-6-3-W206.3TCP-2-6-3-W206.3TCP-2-6-3-W206.3TCP-2-6-3-W206.3TCP-2-6-3-W206.3TCP-2-6-3-W206.3-

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

TCP-2-9-1-W209.1TCP-2-9-1-W209.1TCP-2-9-1-W209.1TCP-2-9-1-W209.1TCP-2-9-1-W209.1TCP-2-9-1-W209.1TCP-2-9-1-W209.1TCP-2-9-1-W209.1TCP-2-9-1-W209.1-

OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)

TCP-2-9-2-W209.2TCP-2-9-2-W209.2TCP-2-9-2-W209.2TCP-2-9-2-W209.2TCP-2-9-2-W209.2TCP-2-9-2-W209.2TCP-2-9-2-W209.2TCP-2-9-2-W209.2TCP-2-9-2-W209.2-

OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH

R
E
V FUNCTION

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

12C12C12C12C12C12C12C12C12C-

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8
9

REAL TIME SIO SERIAL MODULES


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N/C
N/C
ZC2048+
N/C
ZC2048
N/C
N/C
ZC2048N/C

13A13A13A13A13A13A13A13A13A-

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9

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N/C
N/C
ZC2085+
N/C
ZC2085+
N/C
N/C
ZC2085N/C

13B13B13B13B13B13B13B13B13B-

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N/C
N/C
ZC2086+
N/C
ZC2086+
N/C
N/C
ZC2086N/C

13C13C13C13C13C13C13C13C13C-

1
2
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8
9

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N/C
N/C
ZC2087+
N/C
ZC2087+
N/C
N/C
ZC2087N/C

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-9-3-W209.3TCP-2-9-3-W209.3TCP-2-9-3-W209.3TCP-2-9-3-W209.3TCP-2-9-3-W209.3TCP-2-9-3-W209.3TCP-2-9-3-W209.3TCP-2-9-3-W209.3TCP-2-9-3-W209.3-

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


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OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)

TCP-2-10-1-W210.1TCP-2-10-1-W210.1TCP-2-10-1-W210.1TCP-2-10-1-W210.1TCP-2-10-1-W210.1TCP-2-10-1-W210.1TCP-2-10-1-W210.1TCP-2-10-1-W210.1TCP-2-10-1-W210.1-

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)

TCP-2-10-2-W210.2TCP-2-10-2-W210.2TCP-2-10-2-W210.2TCP-2-10-2-W210.2TCP-2-10-2-W210.2TCP-2-10-2-W210.2TCP-2-10-2-W210.2TCP-2-10-2-W210.2TCP-2-10-2-W210.2-

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)

TCP-2-10-3-W210.3TCP-2-10-3-W210.3TCP-2-10-3-W210.3TCP-2-10-3-W210.3TCP-2-10-3-W210.3TCP-2-10-3-W210.3TCP-2-10-3-W210.3TCP-2-10-3-W210.3TCP-2-10-3-W210.3-

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH

R
E
V FUNCTION

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

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TE-2140A
TE-2141A
TE-2216A
TE-2217A
TE-2218A
TE-2143A
TE-2144A
TE-2145A
TE-2146A
TE-2147A
TE-2215A
TE-2033A

IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

K
K
K
K
K
K
K
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-2-11-1-W211.1TCP-2-11-2-W211.1TCP-2-11-3-W211.1TCP-2-11-4-W211.1TCP-2-11-5-W211.1TCP-2-11-6-W211.1TCP-2-11-7-W211.1TCP-2-11-8-W211.1TCP-2-11-9-W211.1TCP-2-11-10-W211.1TCP-2-11-11-W211.1TCP-2-11-12-W211.1TCP-2-11-13-W211.1TCP-2-11-14-W211.1TCP-2-11-15-W211.1TCP-2-11-16-W211.1W211.1-

FTM211.1-14/15/16
FTM211.1-20/21/22
FTM211.1-26/27/28
FTM211.1-32/33/34
FTM211.1-38/39/40
FTM211.1-44/45/46
FTM211.1-50/51/52
FTM211.1-57/56/55/58
FTM211.1-63/62/61/64
FTM211.1-69/68/67/70
FTM211.1-75/74/73/76
FTM211.1-81/80/79/82
FTM211.1-2/1/3
FTM211.1-5/4/6
FTM211.1-8/7/9
FTM211.1-11/10/12
FTM211.1-86

AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
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+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

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TE-2148A
TE-2149A
TE-2150A
TE-2369A
TE-2095A
PT-2130A
PT-2131A
PT-2243A
PT-2244A
PT-2245A
PT-2133A
PT-2134A

IN13
IN14
IN15
IN16
IN17
IN18
IN19
IN20
IN21
IN22
IN23
IN24
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-2-11-17-W211.2TCP-2-11-18-W211.2TCP-2-11-19-W211.2TCP-2-11-20-W211.2TCP-2-11-21-W211.2TCP-2-11-22-W211.2TCP-2-11-23-W211.2TCP-2-11-24-W211.2TCP-2-11-25-W211.2TCP-2-11-26-W211.2TCP-2-11-27-W211.2TCP-2-11-28-W211.2TCP-2-11-29-W211.2TCP-2-11-30-W211.2TCP-2-11-31-W211.2TCP-2-11-32-W211.2W211.2-

FTM211.2-15/14/13/16
FTM211.2-21/20/19/22
FTM211.2-27/26/25/28
FTM211.2-33/32/31/34
FTM211.2-39/38/37/40
FTM211.2-48/45/46
FTM211.2-54/51/52
FTM211.2-60/57/58
FTM211.2-66/63/64
FTM211.2-72/69/70
FTM211.2-78/75/76
FTM211.2-84/81/82
FTM211.2-2/1/3
FTM211.2-5/4/6
FTM211.2-8/7/9
FTM211.2-11/10/12
FTM211.2-86

+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: CDP PURGE (DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

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TE-2140B
TE-2141B
TE-2216B
TE-2217B
TE-2218B
TE-2143B
TE-2144B
TE-2145B
TE-2146B
TE-2147B
TE-2215B
TE-2033B

IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

K
K
K
K
K
K
K
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-2-12-1-W212.1TCP-2-12-2-W212.1TCP-2-12-3-W212.1TCP-2-12-4-W212.1TCP-2-12-5-W212.1TCP-2-12-6-W212.1TCP-2-12-7-W212.1TCP-2-12-8-W212.1TCP-2-12-9-W212.1TCP-2-12-10-W212.1TCP-2-12-11-W212.1TCP-2-12-12-W212.1TCP-2-12-13-W212.1TCP-2-12-14-W212.1TCP-2-12-15-W212.1TCP-2-12-16-W212.1W212.1-

FTM212.1-14/15/16
FTM212.1-20/21/22
FTM212.1-26/27/28
FTM212.1-32/33/34
FTM212.1-38/39/40
FTM212.1-44/45/46
FTM212.1-50/51/52
FTM212.1-57/56/55/58
FTM212.1-63/62/61/64
FTM212.1-69/68/67/70
FTM212.1-75/74/73/76
FTM212.1-81/80/79/82
FTM212.1-2/1/3
FTM212.1-5/4/6
FTM212.1-8/7/9
FTM212.1-11/10/12
FTM212.1-86

AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
AL(-)/CR(+)/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 1 OF 7 PAGE 8 OF 40

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH

R
E
V FUNCTION

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

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TE-2148B
TE-2149B
TE-2150B
TE-2369B
TE-2095B
PT-2130B
PT-2131B
PT-2243B
PT-2244B
PT-2245B
PT-2133B
PT-2134B

IN13
IN14
IN15
IN16
IN17
IN18
IN19
IN20
IN21
IN22
IN23
IN24
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-2-12-17-W212.2TCP-2-12-18-W212.2TCP-2-12-19-W212.2TCP-2-12-20-W212.2TCP-2-12-21-W212.2TCP-2-12-22-W212.2TCP-2-12-23-W212.2TCP-2-12-24-W212.2TCP-2-12-25-W212.2TCP-2-12-26-W212.2TCP-2-12-27-W212.2TCP-2-12-28-W212.2TCP-2-12-29-W212.2TCP-2-12-30-W212.2TCP-2-12-31-W212.2TCP-2-12-32-W212.2W212.2-

FTM212.2-15/14/13/16
FTM212.2-21/20/19/22
FTM212.2-27/26/25/28
FTM212.2-33/32/31/34
FTM212.2-39/38/37/40
FTM212.2-48/45/46
FTM212.2-54/51/52
FTM212.2-60/57/58
FTM212.2-66/63/64
FTM212.2-72/69/70
FTM212.2-78/75/76
FTM212.2-84/81/82
FTM212.2-2/1/3
FTM212.2-5/4/6
FTM212.2-8/7/9
FTM212.2-11/10/12
FTM212.2-86

+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: CDP PURGE (DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

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MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

TE-2365A
TE-2370A
TE-64274

IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-2-13-1-W213.1TCP-2-13-2-W213.1TCP-2-13-3-W213.1TCP-2-13-4-W213.1TCP-2-13-5-W213.1TCP-2-13-6-W213.1TCP-2-13-7-W213.1TCP-2-13-8-W213.1TCP-2-13-9-W213.1TCP-2-13-10-W213.1TCP-2-13-11-W213.1TCP-2-13-12-W213.1TCP-2-13-13-W213.1TCP-2-13-14-W213.1TCP-2-13-15-W213.1TCP-2-13-16-W213.1W213.1-

FTM213.1-15/14/13/16
FTM213.1-21/20/19/22
FTM213.1-27/26/25/28
FTM213.1-33/32/31/34
FTM213.1-42/39/40
FTM213.1-48/45/46
FTM213.1-54/51/52
FTM213.1-60/57/58
FTM213.1-66/63/64
FTM213.1-72/69/70
FTM213.1-78/75/76
FTM213.1-84/81/82
FTM213.1-2/1/3
FTM213.1-5/4/6
FTM213.1-8/7/9
FTM213.1-11/10/12
FTM213.1-86

+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL PURGE TANK/SEPARATOR SKID ENCLOSURE (FTM LIQUID FUEL DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY) (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16--16---

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

TE-2365B
TE-2370B

IN13
IN14
IN15
IN16
IN17
IN18
IN19
IN20
IN21
IN22
IN23
IN24
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-2-13-17-W213.2TCP-2-13-18-W213.2TCP-2-13-19-W213.2TCP-2-13-20-W213.2TCP-2-13-21-W213.2TCP-2-13-22-W213.2TCP-2-13-23-W213.2TCP-2-13-24-W213.2TCP-2-13-25-W213.2TCP-2-13-26-W213.2TCP-2-13-27-W213.2TCP-2-13-28-W213.2TCP-2-13-29-W213.2TCP-2-13-30-W213.2TCP-2-13-31-W213.2TCP-2-13-32-W213.2W213.2-

FTM213.2-15/14/13/16
FTM213.2-21/20/19/22
FTM213.2-27/26/25/28
FTM213.2-33/32/31/34
FTM213.2-42/39/40
FTM213.2-48/45/46
FTM213.2-54/51/52
FTM213.2-60/57/58
FTM213.2-66/63/64
FTM213.2-72/69/70
FTM213.2-78/75/76
FTM213.2-84/81/82
FTM213.2-2/1/3
FTM213.2-5/4/6
FTM213.2-8/7/9
FTM213.2-11/10/12
FTM213.2-86

+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+/-/SENSE/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
GROUND

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

PDT-2361
LT-2364
PT-2021A
PDT-2020
PT-2072A
ZE-2048
ZE-2085
PT-2287
ZY-2048
ZY-2085

PDT-2362
PT-2363
PT-2021B
PDT-2191
PT-2072B
ZE-2086
ZE-2087
ZY-2086
ZY-2087

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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SH

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

REVISION LIST
A INITIAL ISSUE MADE FROM MASTER REVISION W
B NO CHANGES THIS SHEET

DATE
09/10/10 ZSS
01/06/11 ZSS

===== END ====================

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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SH 2

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

0
0
0
1/0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1/0
1
1
1
1
0
0

NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC

1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1

NO
NC
NC
NO
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

TCP-1-11-1-W111.1TCP-1-11-2-W111.1TCP-1-11-3-W111.1TCP-1-11-4-W111.1TCP-1-11-5-W111.1TCP-1-11-6-W111.1TCP-1-11-7-W111.1TCP-1-11-8-W111.1TCP-1-11-9-W111.1TCP-1-11-10-W111.1TCP-1-11-11-W111.1TCP-1-11-12-W111.1TCP-1-11-13-W111.1TCP-1-11-14-W111.1TCP-1-11-15-W111.1TCP-1-11-16-W111.1TCP-1-11-17-W111.1TCP-1-11-18-W111.1TCP-1-11-19-W111.1TCP-1-11-20-W111.1TCP-1-11-21-W111.1TCP-1-11-22-W111.1TCP-1-11-23-W111.1TCP-1-11-24-W111.124+10-W111.124+10COM-W111.1-

FTM111.1-1/25
FTM111.1-2/26
FTM111.1-3/27
FTM111.1-4/28
FTM111.1-5/29
FTM111.1-6/30
FTM111.1-7/31
FTM111.1-8/32
FTM111.1-9/33
FTM111.1-10/34
FTM111.1-11/35
FTM111.1-12/36
FTM111.1-13/37
FTM111.1-14/38
FTM111.1-15/39
FTM111.1-16/40
FTM111.1-17/41
FTM111.1-18/42
FTM111.1-19/43
FTM111.1-20/44
FTM111.1-21/45
FTM111.1-22/46
FTM111.1-23/47
FTM111.1-24/48
FTM111.1-A
FTM111.1-49

IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM

TCP-1-11-25-W111.2TCP-1-11-26-W111.2TCP-1-11-27-W111.2TCP-1-11-28-W111.2TCP-1-11-29-W111.2TCP-1-11-30-W111.2TCP-1-11-31-W111.2TCP-1-11-32-W111.2TCP-1-11-33-W111.2TCP-1-11-34-W111.2TCP-1-11-35-W111.2TCP-1-11-36-W111.2TCP-1-11-37-W111.2TCP-1-11-38-W111.2TCP-1-11-39-W111.2TCP-1-11-40-W111.2TCP-1-11-41-W111.2TCP-1-11-42-W111.2TCP-1-11-43-W111.2TCP-1-11-44-W111.2TCP-1-11-45-W111.2TCP-1-11-46-W111.2TCP-1-11-47-W111.2TCP-1-11-48-W111.224+10-W111.224+10COM-W111.2-

FTM111.2-1/25
FTM111.2-2/26
FTM111.2-3/27
FTM111.2-4/28
FTM111.2-5/29
FTM111.2-6/30
FTM111.2-7/31
FTM111.2-8/32
FTM111.2-9/33
FTM111.2-10/34
FTM111.2-11/35
FTM111.2-12/36
FTM111.2-13/37
FTM111.2-14/38
FTM111.2-15/39
FTM111.2-16/40
FTM111.2-17/41
FTM111.2-18/42
FTM111.2-19/43
FTM111.2-20/44
FTM111.2-21/45
FTM111.2-22/46
FTM111.2-23/47
FTM111.2-24/48
FTM111.2-A
FTM111.2-49

IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE INPUTS
1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

SHUTDOWN FUEL AND NOX SUPPRESSION


CRITICAL PATH SHUTDOWN
TURB EXTERNAL OVERSPEED
ISOCH/DROOP CONTROL
FIRE/GAS MONITOR SD
SD L.E.L. - TURB ROOM
SD L.E.L. - GEN ROOM
86 TRIP (CUSTOMER)
GEN BREAKER FAILURE (CUSTOMER)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
GEN BREAKER CLOSED
GAS FUEL OFF-SKID SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
GAS FUEL OFF-SKID VENT VALVE CLOSED
GAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED (UPSTREAM)
GAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED (DOWNSTREAM)
SPRINT WATER PUMP DISCHARGE LOW PRESS
SPRINT WATER FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS

K1_VALVE
K1_SHUTDWN
SSW1_2
K230_K232
FPP_MSD
FPP_SLELT
FPP_SLELG
CHW_86TRIP
GEN_BKR_FL
CHW_RS_NOX
CHW_LW_NOX
CHW_NOX_EN
NOX_WATER
ZC6201_FLT
ZC6202_FLT
ZC6238_FLT
ZS-6208
K229
ZS-62405
ZS-62369
ZS-6249
ZS-6204
PSL-62227
PDSH-62233

1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1---

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48

DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
GAS FUEL FILTER SKID 1ST STAGE (FILTER A)
GAS FUEL FILTER SKID 2ND STAGE (FILTER A)
GAS FUEL FILTER SKID 1ST STAGE (FILTER B)
GAS FUEL FILTER SKID 2ND STAGE (FILTER B)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

PLC_AI_ON
PLC_AI_FLT
VFD-FLT(MOT-4245)
VFD-OAP(MOT-4245)
VFD1-FLT(MOT-6417)
VFD1-OAP(MOT-6417)
LSH-FV0822B
LSH-FV0822A
LSH-FV0821B
LSH-FV0821A

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
DISCRETE INPUTS

1 = ISOC, 0 = DROOP
FIRE DETECTED - CONTACT CHANGES STATE ON POWER UP

CUSTOMER'S ZONE CLEAR SIGNAL. OPTIONAL


OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). OPTIONAL
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). OPTIONAL
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). OPTIONAL
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). OPTIONAL
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY)
1 = CLOSED, 0 = OPEN
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)
OPT: SPRINT
OPT: SPRINT

OPT: ANTI-ICING
OPT: ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: -1 TO -39 F WINTERIZATION W/DUAL FUEL DLE OR -21 TO -39 F WINTERIZATION
OPT: -1 TO -39 F WINTERIZATION W/DUAL FUEL DLE OR -21 TO -39 F WINTERIZATION

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SH 2

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

ZS-62110
ZS-62111
ZS-62112
ZS-62113
ZS-62114
ZS-62115
ZS-62116
ZS-62117
ZS-62118
ZS-62119
ZS-62120

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

K292
ZC62108FLT
ZC62107FLT
ZC62109FLT
ZC62568FLT
ZC62569FLT

0
0
0
0
0
0

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

ZS-64217
CHROMA_ALM

1
0

NC
NO

ZS-62575
ZS-62576

0
0

NC
NC

ZSC-2162
ZSC-2163
ZSC-2164
ZSC-2012
ZSO-2031

1
1
1
1
1

NC
NC
NC
NC
NO

SIGNAL SOURCE

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

TCP-2-2-1-W202.1TCP-2-2-2-W202.1TCP-2-2-3-W202.1TCP-2-2-4-W202.1TCP-2-2-5-W202.1TCP-2-2-6-W202.1TCP-2-2-7-W202.1TCP-2-2-8-W202.1TCP-2-2-9-W202.1TCP-2-2-10-W202.1TCP-2-2-11-W202.1TCP-2-2-12-W202.1TCP-2-2-13-W202.1TCP-2-2-14-W202.1TCP-2-2-15-W202.1TCP-2-2-16-W202.1TCP-2-2-17-W202.1TCP-2-2-18-W202.1TCP-2-2-19-W202.1TCP-2-2-20-W202.1TCP-2-2-21-W202.1TCP-2-2-22-W202.1TCP-2-2-23-W202.1TCP-2-2-24-W202.124+10-W202.124+10COM-W202.1-

FTM202.1-1/25
FTM202.1-2/26
FTM202.1-3/27
FTM202.1-4/28
FTM202.1-5/29
FTM202.1-6/30
FTM202.1-7/31
FTM202.1-8/32
FTM202.1-9/33
FTM202.1-10/34
FTM202.1-11/35
FTM202.1-12/36
FTM202.1-13/37
FTM202.1-14/38
FTM202.1-15/39
FTM202.1-16/40
FTM202.1-17/41
FTM202.1-18/42
FTM202.1-19/43
FTM202.1-20/44
FTM202.1-21/45
FTM202.1-22/46
FTM202.1-23/47
FTM202.1-24/48
FTM202.1-A
FTM202.1-49

IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM

TCP-2-2-25-W202.2TCP-2-2-26-W202.2TCP-2-2-27-W202.2TCP-2-2-28-W202.2TCP-2-2-29-W202.2TCP-2-2-30-W202.2TCP-2-2-31-W202.2TCP-2-2-32-W202.2TCP-2-2-33-W202.2TCP-2-2-34-W202.2TCP-2-2-35-W202.2TCP-2-2-36-W202.2TCP-2-2-37-W202.2TCP-2-2-38-W202.2TCP-2-2-39-W202.2TCP-2-2-40-W202.2TCP-2-2-41-W202.2TCP-2-2-42-W202.2TCP-2-2-43-W202.2TCP-2-2-44-W202.2TCP-2-2-45-W202.2TCP-2-2-46-W202.2TCP-2-2-47-W202.2TCP-2-2-48-W202.224+10-W202.224+10COM-W202.2-

FTM202.2-1/25
FTM202.2-2/26
FTM202.2-3/27
FTM202.2-4/28
FTM202.2-5/29
FTM202.2-6/30
FTM202.2-7/31
FTM202.2-8/32
FTM202.2-9/33
FTM202.2-10/34
FTM202.2-11/35
FTM202.2-12/36
FTM202.2-13/37
FTM202.2-14/38
FTM202.2-15/39
FTM202.2-16/40
FTM202.2-17/41
FTM202.2-18/42
FTM202.2-19/43
FTM202.2-20/44
FTM202.2-21/45
FTM202.2-22/46
FTM202.2-23/47
FTM202.2-24/48
FTM202.2-A
FTM202.2-49

IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE INPUTS
2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 1 CLOSED


GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 2 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 3 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 4 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 5 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 6 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 7 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 8 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 9 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 10 CLOSED
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 11 CLOSED
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVES LOW VOLTAGE SHUTDOWN
MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER FAILURE
MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER FAILURE
MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER FAILURE
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
(SPARE)
COMBUSTOR DRAIN VALVE CLOSED
CHROMATOGRAPH SUMMARY ALARM
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

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MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
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MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

LOCAL
DISCRETE INPUTS

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: DLE
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH 2

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE INPUTS

3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

ZSC-2253
ZSC-2160
ZSC-2156
ZSC-2248
ZSC-2155
ZSC-2254
ZSC-2161
ZSC-2159
ZSC-2247
ZSC-2246
ZSC-2158

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

TCP-2-14-1-W214.1TCP-2-14-2-W214.1TCP-2-14-3-W214.1TCP-2-14-4-W214.1TCP-2-14-5-W214.1TCP-2-14-6-W214.1TCP-2-14-7-W214.1TCP-2-14-8-W214.1TCP-2-14-9-W214.1TCP-2-14-10-W214.1TCP-2-14-11-W214.1TCP-2-14-12-W214.1TCP-2-14-13-W214.1TCP-2-14-14-W214.1TCP-2-14-15-W214.1TCP-2-14-16-W214.1TCP-2-14-17-W214.1TCP-2-14-18-W214.1TCP-2-14-19-W214.1TCP-2-14-20-W214.1TCP-2-14-21-W214.1TCP-2-14-22-W214.1TCP-2-14-23-W214.1TCP-2-14-24-W214.124+41-W214.124+41COM-W214.1-

FTM214.1-1/25
FTM214.1-2/26
FTM214.1-3/27
FTM214.1-4/28
FTM214.1-5/29
FTM214.1-6/30
FTM214.1-7/31
FTM214.1-8/32
FTM214.1-9/33
FTM214.1-10/34
FTM214.1-11/35
FTM214.1-12/36
FTM214.1-13/37
FTM214.1-14/38
FTM214.1-15/39
FTM214.1-16/40
FTM214.1-17/41
FTM214.1-18/42
FTM214.1-19/43
FTM214.1-20/44
FTM214.1-21/45
FTM214.1-22/46
FTM214.1-23/47
FTM214.1-24/48
FTM214.1-A
FTM214.1-49

IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3---

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
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MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
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ZSC-2165
ZSC-2166
ZSC-2167

0
0
0

NC
NC
NC

1
0
0
0
0
0

NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

FTM214.2-1/25
FTM214.2-2/26
FTM214.2-3/27
FTM214.2-4/28
FTM214.2-5/29
FTM214.2-6/30
FTM214.2-7/31
FTM214.2-8/32
FTM214.2-9/33
FTM214.2-10/34
FTM214.2-11/35
FTM214.2-12/36
FTM214.2-13/37
FTM214.2-14/38
FTM214.2-15/39
FTM214.2-16/40
FTM214.2-17/41
FTM214.2-18/42
FTM214.2-19/43
FTM214.2-20/44
FTM214.2-21/45
FTM214.2-22/46
FTM214.2-23/47
FTM214.2-24/48
FTM214.2-A
FTM214.2-49

IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
IN/+24VDC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

ZSC-2371
K293
ZC2048FLT
ZC2085FLT
ZC2086FLT
ZC2087FLT

TCP-2-14-25-W214.2TCP-2-14-26-W214.2TCP-2-14-27-W214.2TCP-2-14-28-W214.2TCP-2-14-29-W214.2TCP-2-14-30-W214.2TCP-2-14-31-W214.2TCP-2-14-32-W214.2TCP-2-14-33-W214.2TCP-2-14-34-W214.2TCP-2-14-35-W214.2TCP-2-14-36-W214.2TCP-2-14-37-W214.2TCP-2-14-38-W214.2TCP-2-14-39-W214.2TCP-2-14-40-W214.2TCP-2-14-41-W214.2TCP-2-14-42-W214.2TCP-2-14-43-W214.2TCP-2-14-44-W214.2TCP-2-14-45-W214.2TCP-2-14-46-W214.2TCP-2-14-47-W214.2TCP-2-48--W214.224+41-W214.224+41COM-W214.2-

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

FTM TERMINALS 25 THRU 48 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL A

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
DISCRETE INPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 2 OF 7 PAGE 13 OF 40

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH 2

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE

FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE INPUTS

REVISION LIST
A INITIAL ISSUE MADE FROM MASTER REVISION W
B NO CHANGES THIS SHEET

DATE
09/10/10 ZSS
01/06/11 ZSS

===== END ====================

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
DISCRETE INPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 2 OF 7 PAGE 14 OF 40

SH 3

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE
FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

1#
1#
1#
1
1#
1
1
1
0
1#
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-1-11-1-W111.1TCP-1-11-2-W111.1TCP-1-11-3-W111.1TCP-1-11-4-W111.1TCP-1-11-5-W111.1TCP-1-11-6-W111.1TCP-1-11-7-W111.1TCP-1-11-8-W111.1TCP-1-11-9-W111.1TCP-1-11-10-W111.1TCP-1-11-11-W111.1TCP-1-11-12-W111.124+4-W111.124+4COM-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K1-51/52/53
FTM111.1-K2-54/55/56
FTM111.1-K3-57/58/59
FTM111.1-K4-60/61/62
FTM111.1-K5-63/64/65
FTM111.1-K6-66/67/68
FTM111.1-K7-69/70/71
FTM111.1-K8-72/73/74
FTM111.1-K9-75/76/77
FTM111.1-K10-78/79/80
FTM111.1-K11-81/82/83
FTM111.1-K12-84/85/86
FTM111.1-87/89
FTM111.1-88/90
FTM111.1-91/92

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = OPEN VALVE


OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = CLOSE VALVE
OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: SPRINT. 1 = CLOSE VALVE
OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER WINTERIZED

120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
24 VDC

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-1-11-13-W111.2TCP-1-11-14-W111.2TCP-1-11-15-W111.2TCP-1-11-16-W111.2TCP-1-11-17-W111.2TCP-1-11-18-W111.2TCP-1-11-19-W111.2TCP-1-11-20-W111.2TCP-1-11-21-W111.2TCP-1-11-22-W111.2TCP-1-11-23-W111.2TCP-1-11-24-W111.224+4-W111.224+4COM-W111.2-

FTM111.2-K1-51/52/53
FTM111.2-K2-54/55/56
FTM111.2-K3-57/58/59
FTM111.2-K4-60/61/62
FTM111.2-K5-63/64/65
FTM111.2-K6-66/67/68
FTM111.2-K7-69/70/71
FTM111.2-K8-72/73/74
FTM111.2-K9-75/76/77
FTM111.2-K10-78/79/80
FTM111.2-K11-81/82/83
FTM111.2-K12-84/85/86
FTM111.2-87/89
FTM111.2-88/90
FTM111.2-91/92

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: AUX SKID FULL ENCLOSURE


OPT: AUX SKID FULL ENCLOSURE
OPT: AUX SKID FULL ENCLOSURE. 1 = OPEN DAMPER
OPT: AUX SKID FULL ENCLOSURE. 1 = OPEN DAMPER
OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: NOX WATER INJ WITH LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE
CONTROLS MOT-4019A, B, C
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER & 50 HZ
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY)
CONTROLS MOT-4019A, B, C

CONTACT
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

0
(1#)
1
(1#)
1
1
1
1
1
1#
1/0
1/0
1/0
1
1/0#
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-1-8-1-W108.1TCP-1-8-2-W108.1TCP-1-8-3-W108.1TCP-1-8-4-W108.1TCP-1-8-5-W108.1TCP-1-8-6-W108.1TCP-1-8-7-W108.1TCP-1-8-8-W108.1TCP-1-8-9-W108.1TCP-1-8-10-W108.1TCP-1-8-11-W108.1TCP-1-8-12-W108.1TCP-1-8-13-W108.1TCP-1-8-14-W108.1TCP-1-8-15-W108.1TCP-1-8-16-W108.124+4-W108.124+4COM-W108.1-

FTM108.1-K1-1/2/3
FTM108.1-K2-4/5/6
FTM108.1-K3-7/8/9
FTM108.1-K4-10/11/12
FTM108.1-K5-13/14/15
FTM108.1-K6-16/17/18
FTM108.1-K7-19/20/21
FTM108.1-K8-22/23/24
FTM108.1-K9-25/26/27
FTM108.1-K10-28/29/30
FTM108.1-K11-31/32/33
FTM108.1-K12-34/35/36
FTM108.1-K13-37/38/39
FTM108.1-K14-40/41/42
FTM108.1-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46
FTM108.1-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52
FTM108.1-55/57
FTM108.1-56/58
FTM108.1-59/60

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPTIONAL
OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: LIQUID FUEL OR NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: GAS FUEL WITH NOX WATER INJ OR DUAL FUEL (SAC ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE. CONTROLS SOV-6240 & SOV-6262
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN GAS / 1-0-1 = RESET
OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN LIQ / 1-0-1 = RESET
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN NOX WTR / 1-0-1 = RESET

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE OUTPUTS
1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

GAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE (UPSTREAM)


GAS FUEL VENT VALVE
SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD BLOCK VALVE (UPSTREAM)
SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD DRAIN VALVE
SPRINT INTER-STAGE NOZZLE WATER BLOCK VALVE
SPRINT WATER PURGE AIR CONTROL VALVE
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
SUMMARY CRITICAL SHUTDOWN
DELTA 12
SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD BLOWDOWN VALVE
SPRINT INTER-STAGE WATER MANIFOLD BLOWDOWN VALVE

SOV-6249
SOV-6208
SOV-62501
SOV-62502
SOV-62253
SOV-62251
SOV-6209
SOV-68349
SUMMARY_SD
SOV-6212
SOV-62238
SOV-62330

TURB SKID
TURB SKID
SPRINT SKID
SPRINT SKID
SPRINT SKID
SPRINT SKID
TURB SKID
AUX SKID
TCP
TURB SKID
SPRINT SKID
SPRINT SKID

1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1---

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
MTTB CABINET HEATING
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
MTTB CABINET COOLING

MOT-64026
MOT-64027
SOV-64083
SOV-64084
SOV-62503
SOV-62004
K348
MOT-6090
MOT-6091
MOT-6093
HE-2088
K347_K347A

MCC
MCC
AUX SKID
AUX SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
MTTB
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MTTB

2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

TURB-GEN SUMMARY SHUTDOWN (CUSTOMER)


DELTA 12
SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD BLOCK VLV (DWNSTREAM)
GAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE (DOWNSTREAM)
POST SHUTDOWN COOLING AIR VALVE
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
HORN
CIRCUIT BREAKER CONTROL
TURB RUNNING /READY

CUST_SD
SOV-6211
SOV-62252
SOV-6204
SOV-6185
SOV-62039
SOV-6210
SOV-62002
SOV-62038
K97
ZC6201SDRS
ZC6202SDRS
ZC6238SDRS
HORN
K85_K85A
K81

CUSTOMER
TURB SKID
SPRINT SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
DISCRETE OUTPUTS

OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY). 1 = OPEN VALVE


OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE

1 = BREAKER CLOSE PERMISSIVE, 0 = TRIP BREAKER


CONTROLS HE-64050 & HE-64051

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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SH 3

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
24 VDC
125 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

1
1
1
1
0
1#
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NO
NO
NO

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE
FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE OUTPUTS
2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

INHIBIT VIB MON BELOW HP IDLE


INHIBIT VIB MON BELOW LP IDLE
VIBRATION SYSTEM TRIP MULTIPLY
SYSTEM RESET (VIB/ESD BUS)
GEN/GB EMERGENCY DC LUBE OIL PUMP
IGNITOR CONTROL
FUEL SYSTEM INITIALIZE
DELTA 12
(SPARE)
DELTA 12
AVR EXCITATION ON
RAISE VOLTAGE BY CUSTOMER SERIAL REMOTE
LOWER VOLTAGE BY CUSTOMER SERIAL REMOTE
DELTA 12
SYNCHRONIZER ENABLE
DELTA 12

VIB_MON_HP
VIB_MON_LP
VIB_MON_TM
K5_K115
MOT-0034
K83
A15
K82

TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP
DC STRTR1
TCP
TCP
TCP

AVR_RST
AVR_RV
AVR_LV
AVR_SC
AVR_VC
K28
PSS_EN

TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP
TCP

24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

1
1
1
1
1
1#
1/0

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48

GEN (/GB) LUBE OIL TANK HEATER (A)


GEN (/GB) ENCLOSURE VENT FAN (A)
GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP (A)
GEN/GB LUBE AIR/OIL SEPARATOR
DELTA 12
TURB ENCLOSURE VENT FAN (A)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
START SKID HYDRAULIC OIL TANK HEATER
TURB LUBE AIR/OIL SEPARATOR
TURB LUBE OIL TANK HEATER
SPRINT WATER SUPPLY PUMP
HYDRAULIC STARTER PUMP
WATER WASH SUPPLY PUMP
DELTA 12

HE-0005
MOT-6413
MOT-0033A
MOT-0236
MOT-6241 OR 2022
MOT-6417
MOT-62059A
MOT-6242A
MOT-64073A1
HE-1610
MOT-6135
HE-6104
MOT-62226
MOT-1615
MOT-6535
MOT-64178

MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC

120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC

1
1
0
1
1#
1
1#
1#
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64

GEN (/GB) LUBE OIL TANK HEATER (B)


GEN (/GB) ENCLOSURE VENT FAN (B)
GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP (B)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
TURB ENCLOSURE VENT FAN "B"
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
GEN JACKING OIL PUMP
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
WATER WASH ON-LINE SUPPLY VALVE
WATER WASH OFF-LINE SUPPLY VALVE
WATER WASH PURGE AIR VALVE

HE-0008
MOT-6416
MOT-0033B
K43
MOT-62042
MOT-6418
MOT-62059B
MOT-6242B
M-64073A2-B2
MOT-6031
MOT-6033
MOT-64073B1
SOV-62040
SOV-6516
SOV-6504
SOV-6540

MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
AUX SKID

120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

1
1
0
0
1#
1
1#
1#
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

TCP-1-8-17-W108.2TCP-1-8-18-W108.2TCP-1-8-19-W108.2TCP-1-8-20-W108.2TCP-1-8-21-W108.2TCP-1-8-22-W108.2TCP-1-8-23-W108.2TCP-1-8-24-W108.2TCP-1-8-25-W108.2TCP-1-8-26-W108.2TCP-1-8-27-W108.2TCP-1-8-28-W108.2TCP-1-8-29-W108.2TCP-1-8-30-W108.2TCP-1-8-31-W108.2TCP-1-8-32-W108.224+4-W108.224+4COM-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K1-1/2/3
FTM108.2-K2-4/5/6
FTM108.2-K3-7/8/9
FTM108.2-K4-10/11/12
FTM108.2-K5-13/14/15
FTM108.2-K6-16/17/18
FTM108.2-K7-19/20/21
FTM108.2-K8-22/23/24
FTM108.2-K9-25/26/27
FTM108.2-K10-28/29/30
FTM108.2-K11-31/32/33
FTM108.2-K12-34/35/36
FTM108.2-K13-37/38/39
FTM108.2-K14-40/41/42
FTM108.2-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46
FTM108.2-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52
FTM108.2-55/57
FTM108.2-56/58
FTM108.2-59/60

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

NO
NO
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-1-8-33-W108.3TCP-1-8-34-W108.3TCP-1-8-35-W108.3TCP-1-8-36-W108.3TCP-1-8-37-W108.3TCP-1-8-38-W108.3TCP-1-8-39-W108.3TCP-1-8-40-W108.3TCP-1-8-41-W108.3TCP-1-8-42-W108.3TCP-1-8-43-W108.3TCP-1-8-44-W108.3TCP-1-8-45-W108.3TCP-1-8-46-W108.3TCP-1-8-47-W108.3TCP-1-8-48-W108.324+4-W108.324+4COM-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K1-1/2/3
FTM108.3-K2-4/5/6
FTM108.3-K3-7/8/9
FTM108.3-K4-10/11/12
FTM108.3-K5-13/14/15
FTM108.3-K6-16/17/18
FTM108.3-K7-19/20/21
FTM108.3-K8-22/23/24
FTM108.3-K9-25/26/27
FTM108.3-K10-28/29/30
FTM108.3-K11-31/32/33
FTM108.3-K12-34/35/36
FTM108.3-K13-37/38/39
FTM108.3-K14-40/41/42
FTM108.3-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46
FTM108.3-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52
FTM108.3-55/57
FTM108.3-56/58
FTM108.3-59/60

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

NO
NO
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-1-8-49-W108.4TCP-1-8-50-W108.4TCP-1-8-51-W108.4TCP-1-8-52-W108.4TCP-1-8-53-W108.4TCP-1-8-54-W108.4TCP-1-8-55-W108.4TCP-1-8-56-W108.4TCP-1-8-57-W108.4TCP-1-8-58-W108.4TCP-1-8-59-W108.4TCP-1-8-60-W108.4TCP-1-8-61-W108.4TCP-1-8-62-W108.4TCP-1-8-63-W108.4TCP-1-8-64-W108.424+4-W108.424+4COM-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K1-1/2/3
FTM108.4-K2-4/5/6
FTM108.4-K3-7/8/9
FTM108.4-K4-10/11/12
FTM108.4-K5-13/14/15
FTM108.4-K6-16/17/18
FTM108.4-K7-19/20/21
FTM108.4-K8-22/23/24
FTM108.4-K9-25/26/27
FTM108.4-K10-28/29/30
FTM108.4-K11-31/32/33
FTM108.4-K12-34/35/36
FTM108.4-K13-37/38/39
FTM108.4-K14-40/41/42
FTM108.4-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46
FTM108.4-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52
FTM108.4-55/57
FTM108.4-56/58
FTM108.4-59/60

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

LOCAL
DISCRETE OUTPUTS

ACTIVATE => 1000 XNSD SPEED < 3590 & N25SEL < N25MAX
OPT: 50 HZ. 0 = PUMP ON
CONTROLS BE-6816 & BE-6817
AT FUEL INITIATION, ACTIVATE FOR 1 SECOND.
OPT: CLUTCH. 0 = GENERATOR, 1 = SYNCHRONOUS CONDENSER
OPT: BRUSH AVR
USE NO/NC FOR BRUSH AVR OR NO FOR GE AVR
ONLY ACTIVE WHEN IN REMOTE CONTROL (PULSE OUT). OPTIONAL
ONLY ACTIVE WHEN IN REMOTE CONTROL (PULSE OUT). OPTIONAL
OPT: BRUSH AVR. ACTIVATE ON NORMAL STOP WHEN ON THE GRID
OPT: POWER SYSTEM STABILIZER. USED ONLY WITH BRUSH AVR. 1 = PSS ON, 0 = PSS OFF

USE HE-6005 FOR 60 HZ OR HE-0005 FOR 50 HZ


OPT: 50 HZ. 0 = PUMP ON
OPT: 50 HZ. AUX CONTACT ON MTR STRT USED TO START MOT-0237 (MOT-0237 USED W/FIN-FAN OPT ONLY)

OPT: MOT-6241 - LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY), MOT-2022 - LIQUID FUEL (DLE ONLY)
OPT: NOX WATER INJ WITH GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: NOX WATER INJ WITH LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: NOX WATER INJ SKID ENCLOSURE 1 (LP) (SAC ONLY)

OPT: SPRINT. AUX CONTACT ON MTR STRT USED TO START MOT-64214 & MOT-64215 (IF USED)

OPT: LIQUID FUEL BOOST PUMP SKID ENCLOSURE

USE HE-6043 FOR 60 HZ OR HE-0008 FOR 50 HZ


OPT: 50 HZ. 0 = PUMP ON
OPT: WINTERIZATION. CONTROLS HE-6892,6893, HE-6888,6889 & HE-64266
OPT: DUPLEX LIQUID FUEL PUMP (SAC ONLY)
OPT: DUPLEX NOX WATER INJ PUMP WITH GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: DUPLEX NOX WATER INJ PUMP WITH LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: NOX WATER INJ SKID ENCLOSURE 2 (LP OR HP) (SAC ONLY). MOT-64073A2/B2
OPT: 60 HZ. 0 = PUMP ON
OPT: NOX WATER INJ SKID ENCLOSURE 1 (HP) (SAC ONLY)
OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 3 OF 7 PAGE 16 OF 40

SH 3

ITEM

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

MOT-4060
MOT-4061
SOV-4068
SOV-4170
MOV-4143
SOV-4069
SOV-4171
MOV-4144
SOV-0119
HE-68345
MOT-0187
MOT-0186
MOT-0238
HE-0188
MOT-6899
HE-6536

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE
FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

MCC
MCC
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
CLUTCH
MCC
DC STRTR2
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC
MCC

120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
120/230 VAC
125 VDC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-1-3-1-W103.1TCP-1-3-2-W103.1TCP-1-3-3-W103.1TCP-1-3-4-W103.1TCP-1-3-5-W103.1TCP-1-3-6-W103.1TCP-1-3-7-W103.1TCP-1-3-8-W103.1TCP-1-3-9-W103.1TCP-1-3-10-W103.1TCP-1-3-11-W103.1TCP-1-3-12-W103.1TCP-1-3-13-W103.1TCP-1-3-14-W103.1TCP-1-3-15-W103.1TCP-1-3-16-W103.124+4-W103.124+4COM-W103.1-

FTM103.1-K1-1/2/3
FTM103.1-K2-4/5/6
FTM103.1-K3-7/8/9
FTM103.1-K4-10/11/12
FTM103.1-K5-13/14/15
FTM103.1-K6-16/17/18
FTM103.1-K7-19/20/21
FTM103.1-K8-22/23/24
FTM103.1-K9-25/26/27
FTM103.1-K10-28/29/30
FTM103.1-K11-31/32/33
FTM103.1-K12-34/35/36
FTM103.1-K13-37/38/39
FTM103.1-K14-40/41/42
FTM103.1-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46
FTM103.1-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52
FTM103.1-55/57
FTM103.1-56/58
FTM103.1-59/60

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING


OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. 1 = CLOSE VALVE
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. 1 = CCW, 0 = CW
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. 1 = CLOSE VALVE
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. 1 = CCW, 0 = CW
OPT: CLUTCH. 1 = CLOSE VALVE
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER WINTERIZED
OPT: CLUTCH. 0 = PUMP ON
OPT: CLUTCH. 0 = PUMP ON
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: 50 HZ
OPT: WATER WASH TANK HEATER

TCP OR FDP
TCP OR FDP
TCP OR FDP
TCP OR FDP
TCP OR FDP
TURB SKID

TURB SKID
TURB SKID
VFD
MCC
MCC
MCC

24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC
120/230 VAC

1/0
1/0
1/0
1/0
1/0
1
1#
1#
1
1
1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-1-3-17-W103.2TCP-1-3-18-W103.2TCP-1-3-19-W103.2TCP-1-3-20-W103.2TCP-1-3-21-W103.2TCP-1-3-22-W103.2TCP-1-3-23-W103.2TCP-1-3-24-W103.2TCP-1-3-25-W103.2TCP-1-3-26-W103.2TCP-1-3-27-W103.2TCP-1-3-28-W103.2TCP-1-3-29-W103.2TCP-1-3-30-W103.2TCP-1-3-31-W103.2TCP-1-3-32-W103.224+4-W103.224+4COM-W103.2-

FTM103.2-K1-1/2/3
FTM103.2-K2-4/5/6
FTM103.2-K3-7/8/9
FTM103.2-K4-10/11/12
FTM103.2-K5-13/14/15
FTM103.2-K6-16/17/18
FTM103.2-K7-19/20/21
FTM103.2-K8-22/23/24
FTM103.2-K9-25/26/27
FTM103.2-K10-28/29/30
FTM103.2-K11-31/32/33
FTM103.2-K12-34/35/36
FTM103.2-K13-37/38/39
FTM103.2-K14-40/41/42
FTM103.2-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46
FTM103.2-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52
FTM103.2-55/57
FTM103.2-56/58
FTM103.2-59/60

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET
OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET
OPT: DLE. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = CLOSE VALVE
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING

TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID

125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-2-2-1-W202.1TCP-2-2-2-W202.1TCP-2-2-3-W202.1TCP-2-2-4-W202.1TCP-2-2-5-W202.1TCP-2-2-6-W202.1TCP-2-2-7-W202.1TCP-2-2-8-W202.1TCP-2-2-9-W202.1TCP-2-2-10-W202.1TCP-2-2-11-W202.1TCP-2-2-12-W202.124+4-W202.124+4COM-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K1-51/52/53
FTM202.1-K2-54/55/56
FTM202.1-K3-57/58/59
FTM202.1-K4-60/61/62
FTM202.1-K5-63/64/65
FTM202.1-K6-66/67/68
FTM202.1-K7-69/70/71
FTM202.1-K8-72/73/74
FTM202.1-K9-75/76/77
FTM202.1-K10-78/79/80
FTM202.1-K11-81/82/83
FTM202.1-K12-84/85/86
FTM202.1-87/89
FTM202.1-88/90
FTM202.1-91/92

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY).

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE OUTPUTS
3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
GEARBOX TURNING GEAR
B WATER WASH TANK HEATER

3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3---

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

SD/RESET MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER


SD/RESET MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER
SD/RESET MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
COMBUSTOR DRAIN VALVE
GAS FUEL OFF-SKID SHUTOFF VALVE
GAS FUEL OFF-SKID VENT VALVE
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

ZC62108SDR
ZC62107SDR
ZC62109SDR
ZC62568SDR
ZC62569SDR
SOV-64217
SOV-62405
SOV-62369
SOV-4172
SOV-4173
MOT-4245
MOT-4254
MOT-4255
MOT-4244

4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 1


GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 2
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 3
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 4
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 5
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 6
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 7
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 8
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 9
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 10
GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 11

SOV-62110
SOV-62111
SOV-62112
SOV-62113
SOV-62114
SOV-62115
SOV-62116
SOV-62117
SOV-62118
SOV-62119
SOV-62120

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

(SPARE)

OFF-TURB SKID
OFF-TURB SKID

LOCAL
DISCRETE OUTPUTS

1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 3 OF 7 PAGE 17 OF 40

SH 3

ITEM

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE
FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE OUTPUTS
4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4---

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

SOV-62575
SOV-62576

TURB SKID
TURB SKID

125 VDC
125 VDC

1
1

NO
NO

SOV-2162
SOV-2163
SOV-2164
SOV-2012
SOV-2031
A16

TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
LIQ FUEL SKID
LIQ FUEL SKID
TCP

24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

(1#)
(1#)
(1#)
1#
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

SOV-2253
SOV-2160
SOV-2156
SOV-2248
SOV-2155
SOV-2254
SOV-2161
SOV-2159
SOV-2247
SOV-2246
SOV-2158
MOT-64275,6

TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
MCC

125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
120/230 VAC

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5---

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

SOV-2165
SOV-2166
SOV-2167
SOV-2371
ZC2048SDR
ZC2085SDR
ZC2086SDR
ZC2087SDR

TURB SKID
TURB SKID
TURB SKID
SEP SKID
LFDP
LFDP
LFDP
LFDP

125 VDC
125 VDC
125 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

1
1
1
1
1/0
1/0
1/0
1/0

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

TCP-2-2-13-W202.2TCP-2-2-14-W202.2TCP-2-2-15-W202.2TCP-2-2-16-W202.2TCP-2-2-17-W202.2TCP-2-2-18-W202.2TCP-2-2-19-W202.2TCP-2-2-20-W202.2TCP-2-2-21-W202.2TCP-2-2-22-W202.2TCP-2-2-23-W202.2TCP-2-2-24-W202.224+4-W202.224+4COM-W202.2-

FTM202.2-K1-51/52/53
FTM202.2-K2-54/55/56
FTM202.2-K3-57/58/59
FTM202.2-K4-60/61/62
FTM202.2-K5-63/64/65
FTM202.2-K6-66/67/68
FTM202.2-K7-69/70/71
FTM202.2-K8-72/73/74
FTM202.2-K9-75/76/77
FTM202.2-K10-78/79/80
FTM202.2-K11-81/82/83
FTM202.2-K12-84/85/86
FTM202.2-87/89
FTM202.2-88/90
FTM202.2-91/92

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE


OPT: GAS FUEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).

1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE (BYPASS POSITION OPEN)
AT FUEL INITIATION, ACTIVATE FOR 1 SECOND.

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-2-14-1-W214.1TCP-2-14-2-W214.1TCP-2-14-3-W214.1TCP-2-14-4-W214.1TCP-2-14-5-W214.1TCP-2-14-6-W214.1TCP-2-14-7-W214.1TCP-2-14-8-W214.1TCP-2-14-9-W214.1TCP-2-14-10-W214.1TCP-2-14-11-W214.1TCP-2-14-12-W214.124+42-W214.124+42COM-W214.1-

FTM214.1-K1-51/52/53
FTM214.1-K2-54/55/56
FTM214.1-K3-57/58/59
FTM214.1-K4-60/61/62
FTM214.1-K5-63/64/65
FTM214.1-K6-66/67/68
FTM214.1-K7-69/70/71
FTM214.1-K8-72/73/74
FTM214.1-K9-75/76/77
FTM214.1-K10-78/79/80
FTM214.1-K11-81/82/83
FTM214.1-K12-84/85/86
FTM214.1-87/89
FTM214.1-88/90
FTM214.1-91/92

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).

1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

TCP-2-14-13-W214.2TCP-2-14-14-W214.2TCP-2-14-15-W214.2TCP-2-14-16-W214.2TCP-2-14-17-W214.2TCP-2-14-18-W214.2TCP-2-14-19-W214.2TCP-2-14-20-W214.2TCP-2-14-21-W214.2TCP-2-14-22-W214.2TCP-2-14-23-W214.2TCP-2-14-24-W214.224+42-W214.224+42COM-W202.2-

FTM214.2-K1-51/52/53
FTM214.2-K2-54/55/56
FTM214.2-K3-57/58/59
FTM214.2-K4-60/61/62
FTM214.2-K5-63/64/65
FTM214.2-K6-66/67/68
FTM214.2-K7-69/70/71
FTM214.2-K8-72/73/74
FTM214.2-K9-75/76/77
FTM214.2-K10-78/79/80
FTM214.2-K11-81/82/83
FTM214.2-K12-84/85/86
FTM214.2-87/89
FTM214.2-88/90
FTM214.2-91/92

COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
COM/NO/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

LOCAL
DISCRETE OUTPUTS

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

OPT: LIQUID FUEL PURGE/SEPARATOR SKID ENCLOSURE (LIQUID FUEL DLE ONLY). 1 = OPEN DAMPER (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).


OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
OPT: LIQUID FUEL ( DLE ONLY).
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

1 = CLOSE VALVE (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


1 = CLOSE VALVE (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
1 = CLOSE VALVE (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
1 = OPEN VALVE (FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET
1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET
1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET
1 = ENABLE / 0 = SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET

(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)


(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)
(FTM LOCATED IN LFDP)

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 3 OF 7 PAGE 18 OF 40

SH 3

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE
FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE OUTPUTS

CPU MODULE
6--6--6--6--6--6--6---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

ETHERNET PORT #1 (ENET1)


ETHERNET PORT #2 (ENET2)
REAL TIME NETWORK #1 (RTN1)
REAL TIME NETWORK #2 (RTN2)
RS232/422/485 SERIAL PORT
CAN BUS PORT #1
CAN BUS PORT #2

ESWM1-PORT #1
SPARE
UL1.2-A1-RTN1
UL1.2-A1-RTN2
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

TCP-1-1-1-W101.1TCP-1-1-2-W101.2TCP-1-1-3-W101.3TCP-1-1-4-W101.4-

CABLE W101.2 NOT SUPPLIED


OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE

TCP-1-5-1-W105.1TCP-1-5-1-W105.1TCP-1-5-1-W105.1TCP-1-5-1-W105.1TCP-1-5-1-W105.1TCP-1-5-1-W105.1TCP-1-5-1-W105.1TCP-1-5-1-W105.1TCP-1-5-1-W105.1-

CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS


CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
CABLE W105.1 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS

SIO SERIAL MODULE


PORT #1
7A7A7A7A7A7A7A7A7A-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

RCV RS232
XMT RS232

CUSTOMER DCS
CUSTOMER DCS

SIGNAL COMMON

CUSTOMER DCS

PORT #2
7B-- 1
7B-- 2
7B-- 3
7B-- 4
7B-- 5
7B-- 6
7B-- 7
7B-- 8
7B-- 9

RCV RS232
XMT RS232

DMMF (ISO1)
DMMF (ISO1)

SIGNAL COMMON

DMMF (ISO1)

TCP-1-5-2-W105.2TCP-1-5-2-W105.2TCP-1-5-2-W105.2TCP-1-5-2-W105.2TCP-1-5-2-W105.2TCP-1-5-2-W105.2TCP-1-5-2-W105.2TCP-1-5-2-W105.2TCP-1-5-2-W105.2-

DMMF CONNECTED TO PORT #2 VIA RS232 TO RS485 CONVERTER ISO1


DMMF CONNECTED TO PORT #2 VIA RS232 TO RS485 CONVERTER ISO1
DMMF CONNECTED TO PORT #2 VIA RS232 TO RS485 CONVERTER ISO1

PORT #3
7C-- 1
7C-- 2
7C-- 3
7C-- 4
7C-- 5
7C-- 6
7C-- 7
7C-- 8
7C-- 9

+ RS485

VIB RACK

SIGNAL COMMON
(- TERM RES)
-RS485

VIB RACK
VIB RACK
VIB RACK

(+ TERM RES)

VIB RACK

TCP-1-5-3-W105.3TCP-1-5-3-W105.3TCP-1-5-3-W105.3TCP-1-5-3-W105.3TCP-1-5-3-W105.3TCP-1-5-3-W105.3TCP-1-5-3-W105.3TCP-1-5-3-W105.3TCP-1-5-3-W105.3-

PORT #4
7D-- 1
7D-- 2
7D-- 3
7D-- 4
7D-- 5
7D-- 6
7D-- 7
7D-- 8
7D-- 9

+XMT RS422 (JUMPER TO TERM 6)


+RCV RS422

SPARE
SPARE

SIGNAL COMMON
+XMT RS422 TERM RES (JUMPER TO TERM 2)
-RCV RS422
-XMT RS422 (JUMPER TO TERM 9)
-XMT RS422 TERM RES (JUMPER TO TERM 8)

SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

TCP-1-5-4-W105.4TCP-1-5-4-W105.4TCP-1-5-4-W105.4TCP-1-5-4-W105.4TCP-1-5-4-W105.4TCP-1-5-4-W105.4TCP-1-5-4-W105.4TCP-1-5-4-W105.4TCP-1-5-4-W105.4-

LOCAL
DISCRETE OUTPUTS

CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED


CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED
CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED
CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED
CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED
CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED
CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED
CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED
CABLE W105.4 NOT SUPPLIED

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


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ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE
FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE OUTPUTS

ETHERNET SWITCH (ESWM1)


8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

PORT #1
PORT #2
PORT #3
PORT #4
PORT #5
PORT #6
PORT #7
PORT #8
PORT #9

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

UL1.1-A1-ENET1
CUSTOMER DCS
GE COMM MODULE
MAPPING
REMOTE HMI
AVR
LOCAL HMI
SPARE
SPARE

TCP-W101.1
TCP-W1001.2
TCP-W1001.3
TCP-W1001.4
TCP-W1001.5
TCP-WAVR
TCP-W1001.7

LOCAL
DISCRETE OUTPUTS

CABLE W1001.2 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS


CABLE W1001.3 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
OPT: DLE. CABLE W1001.4 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
OPT: REMOTE HMI. CABLE W1001.5 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
OPT: GE AVR
OPT: LOCAL HMI. CABLE W1001.7 SUPPLIED BY OTHERS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


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EC: 88652
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SH 3

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-CHASSIS-BOARDCHANNEL-CABLE
FTM TERMINALS

TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


LOCAL DISCRETE OUTPUTS

3--- 16

REVISION LIST
A INITIAL ISSUE MADE FROM MASTER REVISION W
B DELTA 12

HE-6536

MCC

120/230 VAC

NO

TCP-1-3-16-W103.1- FTM103.1-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52

COM/NO/NC

OPT: WATER WASH TANK HEATER

DATE
09/10/10 ZSS
01/06/11 ZSS

===== END ====================

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

LOCAL
DISCRETE OUTPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH 4

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
1--1--1--1--1--1---

1
2
3
4
5
6

DELTA 12
DELTA 12
BUS VOLTAGE (52G SYNCH)
BUS FREQUENCY (52G SYNCH)
GEN VOLTAGE
MW TO UTILITY FOR MW CONTROL (CUSTOMER)

EVX
EAX
BVX
BFX
GVX
CUST_MWSP

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-1-1-1TCP-1-1-2TCP-1-1-3TCP-1-1-4TCP-1-1-5TCP-1-1-624+3
24+3COM

N101-5/6/7
N101-9/10/11
N101-13/14/15
N101-17/18/19
N101-21/22/23
N101-25/26/27
N101-2
N101-3
N101-1

+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: BRUSH AVR. 4-20 mA = 0-100 VDC


OPT: BRUSH AVR. 4-20 mA = 0-10 ADC
50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 0-15 kVAC
60 HZ: 4-20 mA = 55-65 Hz, 50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 45-55 Hz
60 HZ: 4-20 mA = 0-18 kVAC, 50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 0-15 kVAC
OPT: CUSTOMER MW TO UTILITY CONTROL. 4-20 mA = 0-60 MW

2--2--2--2--2--2---

1
2
3
4
5
6

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK LEVEL


DELTA 12
GEN ENCLOSURE AIR DIFF PRESS
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
DELTA 12

LT-0001
LT-4064
PDT-64258

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20S
4-20S
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S

TCP-1-2-1TCP-1-2-2TCP-1-2-3TCP-1-2-4TCP-1-2-5TCP-1-2-624+3
24+3COM

N102-5/6/7
N102-9/10/11
N102-12/13/15
N102-16/17/19
N102-20/21/23
N102-25/26/27
N102-2
N102-3
N102-1

+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: 50 Hz. LT-0001 CONNECTED TO N102 VIA ISOLATOR ISO2


OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. LT-4064 CONNECTED TO N102 VIA ISOLATOR ISO3

3--3--3--3--3--3---

1
2
3
4
5
6

BUS VOLTAGE (52U SYNCH)


BUS FREQUENCY (52U SYNCH)
UTILITY VOLTAGE
UTILITY FREQUENCY

BVX1
BFX1
BVX2
BFX2

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

TCP-1-3-1TCP-1-3-2TCP-1-3-3TCP-1-3-4TCP-1-3-5TCP-1-3-624+3
24+3COM

N103-5/6/7
N103-9/10/11
N103-13/14/15
N103-17/18/19
N103-21/22/23
N103-25/26/27
N103-2
N103-3
N103-1

+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: UTILITY BREAKER SYNCH.


OPT: UTILITY BREAKER SYNCH.
OPT: UTILITY BREAKER SYNCH.
OPT: UTILITY BREAKER SYNCH.

4--4--4--4--4--4---

1
2
3
4
5
6

GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS (A)


GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS (B)
GEN/GB LUBE OIL DC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS
GEN/GB LUBE OIL FILTER DIFF PRESS
GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK VACUUM PRESS
DELTA 12

PT-0029A
PT-0029B
PT-0123
PDT-0015
PDT-0124
LT-4065

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S

TCP-1-4-1TCP-1-4-2TCP-1-4-3TCP-1-4-4TCP-1-4-5TCP-1-4-624+3
24+3COM

N104-4/5/7
N104-8/9/11
N104-12/13/15
N104-16/17/19
N104-20/21/23
N104-25/26/27
N104-2
N104-3
N104-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: 50 HZ
OPT: 50 HZ
OPT: 50 HZ
OPT: 50 HZ
OPT: 50 HZ
OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING. LT-4065 CONNECTED TO N104 VIA ISOLATOR ISO3

5--5--5--5--5--5---

1
2
3
4
5
6

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY PRESS (PLUB)


TURB LUBE OIL SCAVENGE PRESS (PSCV)
(SPARE)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12

PT-6121
PT-6122

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20

MTTB-2-5-1MTTB-2-5-2MTTB-2-5-3MTTB-2-5-4MTTB-2-5-5MTTB-2-5-624+3
24+3COM

N205-4/5/7
N205-8/9/11
N205-12/13/15
N205-16/17/19
N205-20/21/23
N205-24/25/27
N205-2
N205-3
N205-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

SE-6811

(SPARE)
(SPARE)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

PT-6231
PT-6229
FC-6247

DISTRIBUTIVE
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

OPT: CLUTCH. SE-6811 CONNECTED TO N102 VIA ISOLATOR ISO

50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 0-240 kVAC


60 Hz: 4-20 mA = 55-65 Hz, 50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 45-55 Hz
50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 0-240 kVAC
60 Hz: 4-20 mA = 55-65 Hz, 50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 45-55 Hz

OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)


OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY). FC-6247 CONNECTED TO N205 VIA ISOLATOR ISO10

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SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH 4

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
6--6--6--6--6--6---

1
2
3
4
5
6

DELTA 12
DELTA 12
TURB ENCLOSURE AIR DIFF PRESS
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12

FC-6246
PT-6228
PDT-64257
PT-6230
FC-6243
PT-62000

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20

MTTB-2-6-1MTTB-2-6-2MTTB-2-6-3MTTB-2-6-4MTTB-2-6-5MTTB-2-6-624+3
24+3COM

N206-4/5/7
N206-8/9/11
N206-12/13/15
N206-16/17/19
N206-20/21/23
N206-24/25/27
N206-2
N206-3
N206-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

7--7--7--7--7--7---

1
2
3
4
5
6

AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR DIFF PRESS (A)


AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR DIFF PRESS (B)
AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED VENTILATION AIR DIFF PRESS
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

PDT-4005A
PDT-4005B
PDT-4004

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20

MTTB-2-7-1MTTB-2-7-2MTTB-2-7-3MTTB-2-7-4MTTB-2-7-5MTTB-2-7-624+3
24+3COM

N207-4/5/7
N207-8/9/11
N207-12/13/15
N207-16/17/19
N207-20/21/23
N207-24/25/27
N207-2
N207-3
N207-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

8--8--8--8--8--8---

1
2
3
4
5
6

TURB LUBE OIL AGB SCAVENGE OIL TEMP (TAGBA)


TURB LUBE OIL SUMP TGB/A SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBAA)
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP B SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBBA)
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP C SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBCA)
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP D SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBDA)
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP E SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBEA)

TE-6123A
TE-6124A
TE-6125A
TE-6186A
TE-6141A
TE-6142A

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MTTB-2-8-1MTTB-2-8-2MTTB-2-8-3MTTB-2-8-4MTTB-2-8-5MTTB-2-8-624+3
24+3COM

N208-4/5/6/7
N208-8/9/10/11
N208-12/13/14/15
N208-16/17/18/19
N208-20/21/22/23
N208-24/25/26/27
N208-2
N208-3
N208-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

9--9--9--9--9--9---

1
2
3
4
5
6

TURB LUBE OIL AGB SCAVENGE OIL TEMP (TAGBB)


TURB LUBE OIL SUMP TGB/A SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBAB)
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP B SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBBB)
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP C SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBCB)
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP D SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBDB)
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP E SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBEB)

TE-6123B
TE-6124B
TE-6125B
TE-6186B
TE-6141B
TE-6142B

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MTTB-2-9-1MTTB-2-9-2MTTB-2-9-3MTTB-2-9-4MTTB-2-9-5MTTB-2-9-624+3
24+3COM

N209-4/5/6/7
N209-8/9/10/11
N209-12/13/14/15
N209-16/17/18/19
N209-20/21/22/23
N209-24/25/26/27
N209-2
N209-3
N209-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

10-10-10-10-10-10--

1
2
3
4
5
6

TURB SUMP TGB/A MAG CHIP DET (CHPDTA)


TURB ROOM AIR OUTLET TEMP (NO. 1)
TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP (TLUBA)
MTTB CABINET AIR TEMP
DELTA 12
AIR INLET FILTER COMBUSTION AIR TEMP (SEC A)

MCD-6865
TE-6401
TE-6128A
TE-68310
TE-64028
TE-64033

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MTTB-2-10-1MTTB-2-10-2MTTB-2-10-3MTTB-2-10-4MTTB-2-10-5MTTB-2-10-624+3
24+3COM

N210-4/5/6/7
N210-8/9/10/11
N210-12/13/14/15
N210-16/17/18/19
N210-20/21/22/23
N210-24/25/26/27
N210-2
N210-3
N210-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

DISTRIBUTIVE
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC ONLY)
OPT: LIQUID FUEL OR NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY)
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY). FC-6243 CONNECTED TO N206 VIA ISOLATOR ISO10
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY)

OPT: AUX SKID FULL ENCLOSURE

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


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SH 4

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
11-11-11-11-11-11--

1
2
3
4
5
6

TURB SUMP B MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR (CHPDTB)


TURB ROOM AIR INLET TEMP (NO. 2)
AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR TEMP (SEC A)
AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED VENTILATION AIR TEMP (SEC B)
DELTA 12
AIR INLET FILTER COMBUSTION AIR TEMP (SEC B)

MCD-6866
TE-6454
TE-6450
TE-64071
TE-64281A
TE-64032

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MTTB-2-11-1MTTB-2-11-2MTTB-2-11-3MTTB-2-11-4MTTB-2-11-5MTTB-2-11-624+3
24+3COM

N211-4/5/6/7
N211-8/9/10/11
N211-12/13/14/15
N211-16/17/18/19
N211-20/21/22/23
N211-24/25/26/27
N211-2
N211-3
N211-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

12-12-12-12-12-12--

1
2
3
4
5
6

TURB SUMP COM MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR (CHPDTC)


TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP (TLUBB)
AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR TEMP (SEC B)
AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED VENTILATION AIR TEMP (SEC A)
AIR INLET FILTER VENTILATION AIR TEMP (SEC A)
DELTA 12

MCD-6870
TE-6128B
TE-6499
TE-64072
TE-64031
TE-64281B

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MTTB-2-12-1MTTB-2-12-2MTTB-2-12-3MTTB-2-12-4MTTB-2-12-5MTTB-2-12-624+3
24+3COM

N212-4/5/6/7
N212-8/9/10/11
N212-12/13/14/15
N212-16/17/18/19
N212-20/21/22/23
N212-24/25/26/27
N212-2
N212-3
N212-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

13-13-13-13-13-13--

1
2
3
4
5
6

DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12

TE-64211
TE-62041
TE-68347
TE-61069
TE-60019
TE-62145

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MTTB-2-13-1MTTB-2-13-2MTTB-2-13-3MTTB-2-13-4MTTB-2-13-5MTTB-2-13-624+3
24+3COM

N213-4/5/6/7
N213-8/9/10/11
N213-12/13/14/15
N213-16/17/18/19
N213-20/21/22/23
N213-24/25/26/27
N213-2
N213-3
N213-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

14-14-14-14-14-14--

1
2
3
4
5
6

TURB HYDRAULIC STARTER CLUTCH OIL DRAIN PAN TEMP (A1)


TURB HYDRAULIC STARTER CLUTCH OIL DRAIN PAN TEMP (A2)
MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (A)
MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (B)
MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (C)
AIR INLET FILTER VENTILATION AIR TEMP (SEC B)

TE-1663A1
TE-1663A2
TE-4015A
TE-4015B
TE-4015C
TE-64030

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MTTB-2-14-1MTTB-2-14-2MTTB-2-14-3MTTB-2-14-4MTTB-2-14-5MTTB-2-14-624+3
24+3COM

N214-4/5/6/7
N214-8/9/10/11
N214-12/13/14/15
N214-16/17/18/19
N214-20/21/22/23
N214-24/25/26/27
N214-2
N214-3
N214-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

15-15-15-15-15-15--

1
2
3
4
5
6

MGTB CABINET AIR TEMP


GEN ROOM AIR TEMP
GEN AIR INLET TEMP COMPENSATION (DRIVE END)
GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)
GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)
GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

TE-68311
TE-6402
TE-6493
TE-6421
TE-6422
TE-6423

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MGTB-3-15-1- N315-4/5/6/7
MGTB-3-15-2- N315-8/9/10/11
MGTB-3-15-3- N315-12/13/14/15
MGTB-3-15-4- N315-16/17/18/19
MGTB-3-15-5- N315-20/21/22/23
MGTB-3-15-6- N315-24/25/26/27
24+3 N315-2
24+3COM N315-3
N315-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

DISTRIBUTIVE
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

OPT: DLE

OPT: DLE

OPT: LIQUID FUEL BOOST SKID ENCLOSURE


OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC DUAL FUEL ONLY)
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER WINTERIZED
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER WINTERIZED
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER WINTERIZED
OPT: NOX WATER INJ (SAC ONLY)

OPT: GE AVR

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 4 OF 7 PAGE 24 OF 40

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH 4

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
16-16-16-16-16-16--

1
2
3
4
5
6

GEN AIR OUTLET TEMP


GEN EXCITER AIR OUTLET TEMP
GEN THRUST BEARING TEMP (INBOARD)
GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)
GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)
GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

TE-6430
TE-6431
TE-6056
TE-6424
TE-6425
TE-6426

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MGTB-3-16-1- N316-4/5/6/7
MGTB-3-16-2- N316-8/9/10/11
MGTB-3-16-3- N316-12/13/14/15
MGTB-3-16-4- N316-16/17/18/19
MGTB-3-16-5- N316-20/21/22/23
MGTB-3-16-6- N316-24/25/26/27
24+3 N316-2
24+3COM N316-3
N316-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

17-17-17-17-17-17--

1
2
3
4
5
6

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP


GEN BEARING TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)
GEN BEARING OIL DRAIN TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)
GEN BEARING TEMP (DRIVE END)
GEN BEARING OIL DRAIN TEMP (DRIVE END)
GEN THRUST BEARING TEMP (OUTBOARD)

TE-6025
TE-6023
TE-6035
TE-6021
TE-6036
TE-6057

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MGTB-3-17-1- N317-4/5/6/7
MGTB-3-17-2- N317-8/9/10/11
MGTB-3-17-3- N317-12/13/14/15
MGTB-3-17-4- N317-16/17/18/19
MGTB-3-17-5- N317-20/21/22/23
MGTB-3-17-6- N317-24/25/26/27
24+3 N317-2
24+3COM N317-3
N317-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

18-18-18-18-18-18--

1
2
3
4
5
6

GEARBOX LUBE OIL DRAIN TEMP


GEARBOX BEARING LSP SHAFT TEMP (EXTENSION END)
GEARBOX BEARING LSP SHAFT TEMP (BLIND END)
GEARBOX BEARING HS PINION TEMP (EXTENSION END)
GEARBOX BEARING HS PINION TEMP (BLIND END)
(SPARE)

TE-6084
TE-6081
TE-6082
TE-6079
TE-6080

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MGTB-3-18-1- N318-4/5/6/7
MGTB-3-18-2- N318-8/9/10/11
MGTB-3-18-3- N318-12/13/14/15
MGTB-3-18-4- N318-16/17/18/19
MGTB-3-18-5- N318-20/21/22/23
MGTB-3-18-6- N318-24/25/26/27
24+3 N318-2
24+3COM N318-3
N318-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: 50 Hz
OPT: 50 Hz
OPT: 50 Hz
OPT: 50 Hz
OPT: 50 Hz

19-19-19-19-19-19--

1
2
3
4
5
6

DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12

TE-6432
TE-6433
TE-6497
TE-6498

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MGTB-3-19-1- N319-4/5/6/7
MGTB-3-19-2- N319-8/9/10/11
MGTB-3-19-3- N319-12/13/14/15
MGTB-3-19-4- N319-16/17/18/19
MGTB-3-19-5- N319-20/21/22/23
MGTB-3-19-6- N319-24/25/26/27
24+3 N319-2
24+3COM N319-3
N319-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: TEWAC GEN


OPT: TEWAC GEN
OPT: TEWAC GEN
OPT: TEWAC GEN

20-20-20-20-20-20--

1
2
3
4
5
6

(SPARE)
GEN/GB LUBE OIL SUPPLY AFTER COOLER TEMP
GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP (A1)
GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP (A2)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

MGTB-3-20-1- N320-4/5/6/7
MGTB-3-20-2- N320-8/9/10/11
MGTB-3-20-3- N320-12/13/14/15
MGTB-3-20-4- N320-16/17/18/19
MGTB-3-20-5- N320-20/21/22/23
MGTB-3-20-6- N320-24/25/26/27
24+3 N320-2
24+3COM N320-3
N320-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

(SPARE)
(SPARE)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

TE-0058
TE-0020A1
TE-0020A2

DISTRIBUTIVE
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

OPT: 50 Hz
OPT: 50 Hz
OPT: 50 Hz

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 4 OF 7 PAGE 25 OF 40

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH 4

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20

MGTB-3-21-1- N321-4/5/7
MGTB-3-21-2- N321-8/9/11
MGTB-3-21-3- N321-12/13/15
MGTB-3-21-4- N321-16/17/19
MGTB-3-21-5- N321-20/21/23
MGTB-3-21-6- N321-24/25/27
24+3 N321-2
24+3COM N321-3
N321-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20

MGTB-3-22-1- N322-4/5/7
MGTB-3-22-2- N322-8/9/11
MGTB-3-22-3- N322-12/13/15
MGTB-3-22-4- N322-16/17/19
MGTB-3-22-5- N322-20/21/23
MGTB-3-22-6- N322-24/25/27
24+3 N322-2
24+3COM N322-3
N322-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: WEATHER STATION


OPT: WEATHER STATION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
21-21-21-21-21-21--

1
2
3
4
5
6

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY PRESS

PT-6026

DELTA 12

CT-4066

22-22-22-22-22-22--

1
2
3
4
5
6

DELTA 12
DELTA 12

MT-64270
TT-64271

23-23-23-23-23-23--

1
2
3
4
5
6

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

PDT-0179
PT-0180A
PT-0181
LT-0185A

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20
4-20

JB86A-4-23-1- N423-4/5/7
JB86A-4-23-2- N423-8/9/11
JB86A-4-23-3- N423-12/13/15
JB86A-4-23-4- N423-17/18/19
JB86A-4-23-5- N423-20/21/23
JB86A-4-23-6- N423-24/25/27
24+3 N423-2
24+3COM N423-3
N423-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT-CLUTCH
OPT-CLUTCH
OPT-CLUTCH
OPT-CLUTCH. LT-0185A CONNECTED TO N423 VIA ISOLATOR ISO4

24-24-24-24-24-24--

1
2
3
4
5
6

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

PT-0180B
PT-0182
LT-0185B

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20S
4-20
4-20
4-20

JB86A-4-24-1- N424-4/5/7
JB86A-4-24-2- N424-8/9/11
JB86A-4-24-3- N424-13/14/15
JB86A-4-24-4- N424-16/17/19
JB86A-4-24-5- N424-20/21/23
JB86A-4-24-6- N424-24/25/27
24+3 N424-2
24+3COM N424-3
N424-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT-CLUTCH. LT-0185B CONNECTED TO N424 VIA ISOLATOR ISO4

25-25-25-25-25-25--

1
2
3
4
5
6

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

TE-0174A1
TE-0175A1
TE-0176A1
TE-0024A1
TE-68305

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

JB86A-4-25-1- N425-4/5/6/7
JB86A-4-25-2- N425-8/9/10/11
JB86A-4-25-3- N425-12/13/14/15
JB86A-4-25-4- N425-16/17/18/19
JB86A-4-25-5- N425-20/21/22/23
JB86A-4-25-6- N425-24/25/26/27
24+3 N425-2
24+3COM N425-3
N425-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH

(SPARE)
(SPARE)
DELTA 12

PT-4062
(SPARE)

(SPARE)
DELTA 12

PT-4063
(SPARE)

DELTA 12

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

CT-4067

DISTRIBUTIVE
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING


OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING

OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING


OPT: EVAPORATIVE COOLING

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
SHEET 4 OF 7 PAGE 26 OF 40

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan


SH 4

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
26-26-26-26-26-26--

1
2
3
4
5
6

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

TE-0174A2
TE-0175A2
TE-0176A2
TE-0024A2
TE-68306

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

JB86A-4-26-1- N426-4/5/6/7
JB86A-4-26-2- N426-8/9/10/11
JB86A-4-26-3- N426-12/13/14/15
JB86A-4-26-4- N426-16/17/18/19
JB86A-4-26-5- N426-20/21/22/23
JB86A-4-26-6- N426-24/25/26/27
24+3 N426-2
24+3COM N426-3
N426-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH

27-27-27-27-27-27--

1
2
3
4
5
6

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

TE-4246A1
TE-4246A2
TE-4247A1
TE-4247A2
TE-4248A1
TE-4248A2

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD

JB40-2-27-1- N227-4/5/6/7
JB40-2-27-2- N227-8/9/10/11
JB40-2-27-3- N227-12/13/14/15
JB40-2-27-4- N227-16/17/18/19
JB40-2-27-5- N227-20/21/22/23
JB40-2-27-6- N227-24/25/26/27
24+3 N227-2
24+3COM N227-3
N227-1

SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
SENSE/+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING


OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING

28-28-28-28-28-28--

1
2
3
4
5
6

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

PT-4252
PT-4253
LT-4256
ZE-4258

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20
4-20

JB40-2-28-1- N228-4/5/7
JB40-2-28-2- N228-8/9/11
JB40-2-28-3- N228-12/13/15
JB40-2-28-4- N228-16/17/19
JB40-2-28-5- N228-20/21/23
JB40-2-28-6- N228-24/25/27
24+3 N228-2
24+3COM N228-3
N228-1

+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24V/+/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING


OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING

29-29-29-29-29-29--

1
2
3
4
5
6

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

ZY-4258

OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT

4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S
4-20S

JB40-2-29-1- N229-5/6/7
JB40-2-29-2- N229-9/10/11
JB40-2-29-3- N229-13/14/15
JB40-2-29-4- N229-17/18/19
JB40-2-29-5- N229-21/22/23
JB40-2-29-6- N229-25/26/27
24+3 N229-2
24+3COM N229-3
N229-1

+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+/-/SHLD
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING

NODES TERMINALS 28, 29 & 30 ARE COMMUNICATION DATA "B", DATA "A" & SHIELD, RESPECTIVELY.

NODES 1 THRU 39 = ANALOG


NODES 40 THRU 59 = DISCRETE INPUTS
NODES 60 THRU 79 = DISCRETE OUTPUTS

DATE

REVISION LIST

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

DISTRIBUTIVE
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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SH 4

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL
SOURCE/
DESTINATION

IN/
OUT

TYPE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS
A INITIAL ISSUE MADE FROM MASTER REVISION W
B NO CHANGES THIS SHEET

09/10/10 ZSS
01/06/11 ZSS

===== END ====================

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PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

DISTRIBUTIVE
ANALOG INPUTS/OUTPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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SH 5

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0

NO
NO
NO
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

0
0
1/0

NC
NC
NO

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE INPUTS
1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1---

2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

ENABLE MEGAWATT CONTROL (CUSTOMER)


PERMISSIVE START (CUSTOMER)
RESET (AL / NLO SD ONLY) (CUSTOMER)
BUS/UTILITY 86 TRIP (CUSTOMER)
SYNC CONTROL CLOCK (CUSTOMER)
REMOTE START (CUSTOMER)
REMOTE NORMAL STOP (CUSTOMER)
ALARM ACKNOWLEDGE (CUSTOMER)
PAC MOTOR START
VIBRATION SUMMARY ALARM
VIBRATION SUMMARY SHUTDOWN
VIBRATION SYSTEM MALFUNCTION
(SPARE)
LOCAL EMERGENCY STOP
REMOTE EMERGENCY STOP
LOCAL/ REMOTE CONTROL SELECTION

FIRE/GAS MONITOR FAILURE


ALARM L.E.L. - TURB ROOM
ALARM L.E.L. - GEN ROOM
FIRE SUPPRESSANT AGENT RELEASED
GEN/GB EMERGENCY DC LUBE OIL PUMP CNTRL IN AUTO
BATTERY CHARGERS FAILURE - DC
BATTERY CHARGERS FAILURE - AC
LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE (24VDC)
BATTERY CHARGERS GROUND FAULT
LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE (125VDC)
LOCAL START
LOCAL NORMAL STOP
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
HYDRAULIC STARTER PUMP MOTOR STARTER AUX CONTACT
LOSS OF MCC POWER SUPPLY

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

CUST_MWEN
CHW_STPERM
CHW_RESET
BUT_86TRIP
CUST_SCLK
CHW_R_STRT
CHW_R_STP
CHW_ACK
CUST_MOT
VIB_SYS_SA
VIB_SYS_SD
VIB_SYS_MF
ES3
ES1_2_10_3
LRS

FPP_MF
FPP_ALELT
FPP_ALELG
PSHH-6348
DC_STRTR1
CHG_DCF
CHG_ACF
CHG_24VLO
CHG_GF
CHG_LO125
TSS_START
TSS_STOP
DC_STRTR2
MCC_GFEP
MOT-1615FB
MCC_DEV27

0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0

NO
NC
NC
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NO

TCP-1-40-1TCP-1-40-2TCP-1-40-3TCP-1-40-4TCP-1-40-5TCP-1-40-6TCP-1-40-7TCP-1-40-8TCP-1-40-9TCP-1-40-10TCP-1-40-11TCP-1-40-12TCP-1-40-13TCP-1-40-14TCP-1-40-15TCP-1-40-1624+124+1COM-

N140-10
N140-11
N140-12
N140-13
N140-14
N140-15
N140-16
N140-17
N140-18
N140-19
N140-20
N140-21
N140-22
N140-23
N140-24
N140-25
N140-2
N140-3
N140-1

TCP-1-41-1TCP-1-41-2TCP-1-41-3TCP-1-41-4TCP-1-41-5TCP-1-41-6TCP-1-41-7TCP-1-41-8TCP-1-41-9TCP-1-41-10TCP-1-41-11TCP-1-41-12TCP-1-41-13TCP-1-41-14TCP-1-41-15TCP-1-41-1624+124+1COM-

N141-10
N141-11
N141-12
N141-13
N141-14
N141-15
N141-16
N141-17
N141-18
N141-19
N141-20
N141-21
N141-22
N141-23
N141-24
N141-25
N141-2
N141-3
N141-1

DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE INPUTS

OPT: CUSTOMER MW CONTROL


OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
OPT: CUSTOMER 20.5MW PAC MOTOR STARTED

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

ESTR-1,2,10/ESGR3
1 = REMOTE, 0 = LOCAL
TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

OPT: 50 Hz. MOT-0034

OPT: 125VDC BATTERY

OPT: CLUTCH. MOT-0187


OPT: WINTERIZATION/HEAT TRACING

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


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SH 5

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

0
0
0
0
1

NC
NC
NC
NO
NC

1/0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE INPUTS
3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3---

4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

GEN 86 TRIP
IGPS 52G TRIP
IGPS FAULT ALARM
IGPS FAILURE
IGPS POWER SUPPLY ALARM

86G
IGPS_52GT
IGPS_FA
IGPS_MF
IGPS_PSA

(SPARE)
AUTO/MANUAL SYNC
RAISE XNSD SPEED (MANUAL)
LOWER XNSD SPEED (MANUAL)
RAISE XNSD SPEED
LOWER XNSD SPEED
GEN BREAKER OPEN
DELTA 12
BUS/UTILITY BREAKER OPEN
BUS/UTILITY BREAKER CLOSED
LOSS OF DC POWER ON SYSTEM (CUSTOMER)

SS_K100-102
SAS_CUST_R
SAS_CUST_L
DSM_RA
DSM_LA
K230
PSS_AL
K232
K231
CUST_DCLOS

GEN ROTOR GROUND FAULT


DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
GEN ZERO SPEED SWITCH
DELTA 12
DELTA 12

RGF
AVR_SA
AVR_ET
AVR_ME_A
AVR_MF
AVR_ELO
AVR_DMF
A17
VIB_SYS_SG
VIB_SYS_SC

0
0
0
1/0
0
0
0
1
0
0

NC
NC
NO
NO
NC
NC
NC
NO
NO
NO

XSH-68327A
XSH-68327B
XSH-68327C

0
0
0

NO
NO
NO

(SPARE)
(SPARE)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

(SPARE)

TCP-1-42-1TCP-1-42-2TCP-1-42-3TCP-1-42-4TCP-1-42-5TCP-1-42-6TCP-1-42-7TCP-1-42-8TCP-1-42-9TCP-1-42-10TCP-1-42-11TCP-1-42-12TCP-1-42-13TCP-1-42-14TCP-1-42-15TCP-1-42-1624+124+1COM-

N142-10
N142-11
N142-12
N142-13
N142-14
N142-15
N142-16
N142-17
N142-18
N142-19
N142-20
N142-21
N142-22
N142-23
N142-24
N142-25
N142-2
N142-3
N142-1

TCP-1-43-1TCP-1-43-2TCP-1-43-3TCP-1-43-4TCP-1-43-5TCP-1-43-6TCP-1-43-7TCP-1-43-8TCP-1-43-9TCP-1-43-10TCP-1-43-11TCP-1-43-12TCP-1-43-13TCP-1-43-14TCP-1-43-15TCP-1-43-1624+124+1COM-

N143-10
N143-11
N143-12
N143-13
N143-14
N143-15
N143-16
N143-17
N143-18
N143-19
N143-20
N143-21
N143-22
N143-23
N143-24
N143-25
N143-2
N143-3
N143-1

DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE INPUTS

1 = AUTO, 0 = MANUAL. K102 USED FOR UTILITY SYNCH OPTION ONLY


INHIBITED WHEN DSM ENABLED
INHIBITED WHEN DSM ENABLED
ONLY ACTIVE WHEN DSM ENABLED
ONLY ACTIVE WHEN DSM ENABLED
OPT: POWER SYSTEM STABILIZER. USED ONLY WITH BRUSH AVR

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPTIONAL
TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

OPT: BRUSH AVR


OPT: BRUSH AVR
OPT: BRUSH AVR. 1 = AVR, 0 = MANUAL EXCITER
OPT: BRUSH AVR
OPT: BRUSH AVR
OPT: BRUSH AVR
1 = 0 RPM. POWER UP CHANGES RELAY
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH

OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER


OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER
OPT: FIN-FAN COOLER & 50 HZ
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


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SH 5

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE INPUTS
5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5---

6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

BELL MOUTH INLET SCREEN HIGH DIFF PRESS


BELL MOUTH INLET SCREEN HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS
AIR INLET FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS
AIR INLET FILTER HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY LOW LOW PRESS (XN25>7.8K RPM)
TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY LOW LOW PRESS (4.5K<XN25<7.8K RPM)
TURB LUBE OIL SCAVENGE PUMP DISCHARGE HIGH PRESS
AIR/OIL SEPARATOR FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS
TURB VG LUBE OIL FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

PDSH-64017
PDSHH-64018
PDSH-6405-60
PDSHH-6406

0
0
0
0

NC
NC
NC
NC

PSLL-6115
PSLL-6116
PSH-6117
PDSH-6148
PDSH-6146

0
0
0
0
0

NO
NO
NC
NC
NC

TCP-1-44-1TCP-1-44-2TCP-1-44-3TCP-1-44-4TCP-1-44-5TCP-1-44-6TCP-1-44-7TCP-1-44-8TCP-1-44-9TCP-1-44-10TCP-1-44-11TCP-1-44-12TCP-1-44-13TCP-1-44-14TCP-1-44-15TCP-1-44-1624+124+1COM-

N144-10
N144-11
N144-12
N144-13
N144-14
N144-15
N144-16
N144-17
N144-18
N144-19
N144-20
N144-21
N144-22
N144-23
N144-24
N144-25
N144-2
N144-3
N144-1

MTTB-2-45-1MTTB-2-45-2MTTB-2-45-3MTTB-2-45-4MTTB-2-45-5MTTB-2-45-6MTTB-2-45-7MTTB-2-45-8MTTB-2-45-9MTTB-2-45-10MTTB-2-45-11MTTB-2-45-12MTTB-2-45-13MTTB-2-45-14MTTB-2-45-15MTTB-2-45-1624+124+1COM-

N245-10
N245-11
N245-12
N245-13
N245-14
N245-15
N245-16
N245-17
N245-18
N245-19
N245-20
N245-21
N245-22
N245-23
N245-24
N245-25
N245-2
N245-3
N245-1

DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE INPUTS

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

SERIES WIRE THE NC SWITCHES

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


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SH 5

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

PDSH-6220

NC

PSL-6224

NO

PSHH-6226

NC

SIGNAL SOURCE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE INPUTS
7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7---

8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8--8---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

DELTA 12
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
GAS FUEL SUPPLY LOW PRESS
(SPARE)
GAS FUEL SUPPLY HIGH HIGH PRESS
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

ZS-62038A
ZS-62038B
FSL-62079-89
ZS-62039A
ZS-62039B
ZS-62040A
ZS-62040B
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

1
1
0
1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

MTTB-2-46-1MTTB-2-46-2MTTB-2-46-3MTTB-2-46-4MTTB-2-46-5MTTB-2-46-6MTTB-2-46-7MTTB-2-46-8MTTB-2-46-9MTTB-2-46-10MTTB-2-46-11MTTB-2-46-12MTTB-2-46-13MTTB-2-46-14MTTB-2-46-15MTTB-2-46-1624+124+1COM-

N246-10
N246-11
N246-12
N246-13
N246-14
N246-15
N246-16
N246-17
N246-18
N246-19
N246-20
N246-21
N246-22
N246-23
N246-24
N246-25
N246-2
N246-3
N246-1

MTTB-2-47-1MTTB-2-47-2MTTB-2-47-3MTTB-2-47-4MTTB-2-47-5MTTB-2-47-6MTTB-2-47-7MTTB-2-47-8MTTB-2-47-9MTTB-2-47-10MTTB-2-47-11MTTB-2-47-12MTTB-2-47-13MTTB-2-47-14MTTB-2-47-15MTTB-2-47-1624+124+1COM-

N247-10
N247-11
N247-12
N247-13
N247-14
N247-15
N247-16
N247-17
N247-18
N247-19
N247-20
N247-21
N247-22
N247-23
N247-24
N247-25
N247-2
N247-3
N247-1

DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE INPUTS

OPT: LIQUID FUEL (SAC ONLY)

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)


OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY)


OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY)
OPT: CDP PURGE COOLER (SAC DUAL FUEL ONLY). SERIES WIRE THE NO SWITCHES
OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY)
OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY)
OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY)
OPT: CDP PURGE (SAC OR DLE DUAL FUEL ONLY)

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

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SH 5

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

TSL-6113
LSL-6102
PDSH-6120

0
0
0

NO
NO
NC

PDSHH-6144
PDSH-6118
PDSHH-6119
LS-6543
HS-6505

0
0
0
0
1

NC
NC
NC
NO
NO

LSLL-1601
TSH-1602
TSL-1603
PSLL-1605
PDSHH-1600

0
0
0
0
0

NO
NC
NO
NO
NC

SIGNAL SOURCE

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
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All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE INPUTS
9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9---

10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10--

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

TURB LUBE OIL TANK LOW TEMP


TURB LUBE OIL TANK LOW LEVEL
TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS
(SPARE)
TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY FILTER HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS
TURB LUBE OIL SCAVENGE FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS
TURB LUBE OIL SCAVENGE FILTER HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS
WATER WASH TANK LEVEL CONTROL
WATER WASH CONTROL STATION
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
START SKID HYDRAULIC OIL TANK LOW LOW LEVEL
START SKID HYDRAULIC CASE DRAIN HIGH TEMP
START SKID HYDRAULIC OIL TANK LOW TEMP
START SKID HYDRAULIC PUMP SUPPLY LOW LOW PRESS
START SKID HYDRAULIC PUMP VACUUM HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS

DELTA 12
GEN JACKING OIL PUMP INLET LOW PRESS
GEN JACKING OIL PUMP INLET LOW LOW PRESS
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
GEARBOX LUBE OIL RUNDOWN TANK LEVEL (LEFT SIDE TANK) (A)
GEARBOX LUBE OIL RUNDOWN TANK LEVEL (RIGHT SIDE TANK) (B)
GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY LOW PRESS
GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY LOW LOW PRESS
DELTA 12
GEN LUBE OIL RUNDOWN TANK LEVEL (DRIVE END) (A)
DELTA 12
GEN LUBE OIL RUNDOWN TANK LEVEL (NON-DRIVE END) (A)
DELTA 12
DELTA 12
DELTA 12

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
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PSL-60021
PSL-6050
PSLL-6051
LSL-6001
TSL-6020
LS-60001A
LS-60001B
PSL-6018
PSLL-6019
PDSH-6015
LS-6041A
LS-6041B
LS-6042A
LS-6042B
PSL-6017
LSH-6834-35

0
0
0
0
0
1/0
1/0
0
0
0
1/0
1/0
1/0
1/0
0
0

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC

MTTB-2-48-1MTTB-2-48-2MTTB-2-48-3MTTB-2-48-4MTTB-2-48-5MTTB-2-48-6MTTB-2-48-7MTTB-2-48-8MTTB-2-48-9MTTB-2-48-10MTTB-2-48-11MTTB-2-48-12MTTB-2-48-13MTTB-2-48-14MTTB-2-48-15MTTB-2-48-1624+124+1COM-

N248-10
N248-11
N248-12
N248-13
N248-14
N248-15
N248-16
N248-17
N248-18
N248-19
N248-20
N248-21
N248-22
N248-23
N248-24
N248-25
N248-2
N248-3
N248-1

MGTB-3-49-1MGTB-3-49-2MGTB-3-49-3MGTB-3-49-4MGTB-3-49-5MGTB-3-49-6MGTB-3-49-7MGTB-3-49-8MGTB-3-49-9MGTB-3-49-10MGTB-3-49-11MGTB-3-49-12MGTB-3-49-13MGTB-3-49-14MGTB-3-49-15MGTB-3-49-1624+124+1COM-

N349-10
N349-11
N349-12
N349-13
N349-14
N349-15
N349-16
N349-17
N349-18
N349-19
N349-20
N349-21
N349-22
N349-23
N349-24
N349-25
N349-2
N349-3
N349-1

DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE INPUTS

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

OPT: 60 Hz

OPT: 60 Hz
OPT: 60 Hz
OPT: 50 Hz. 0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH
OPT: 50 Hz. 0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: 60 Hz
0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH
OPT: 60 Hz. 0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH
0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH
OPT: 60 Hz. 0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH
OPT: 60 Hz
OPT: TEWAC GEN. SERIES WIRE THE NC SWITCHES
TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

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SH 5

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

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DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE INPUTS
11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11-11--

12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12--

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
PRINTED: 15/02/2011 01:44 p.m.
REV DATE: 01/06/11

(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)
(SPARE)

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

ZS-68300A
ZS-68300B
ZS-68301A
ZS-68301B
ZS-68302

1
1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

MGTB-3-50-1MGTB-3-50-2MGTB-3-50-3MGTB-3-50-4MGTB-3-50-5MGTB-3-50-6MGTB-3-50-7MGTB-3-50-8MGTB-3-50-9MGTB-3-50-10MGTB-3-50-11MGTB-3-50-12MGTB-3-50-13MGTB-3-50-14MGTB-3-50-15MGTB-3-50-1624+124+1COM-

N350-10
N350-11
N350-12
N350-13
N350-14
N350-15
N350-16
N350-17
N350-18
N350-19
N350-20
N350-21
N350-22
N350-23
N350-24
N350-25
N350-2
N350-3
N350-1

JB86A-4-51-1JB86A-4-51-2JB86A-4-51-3JB86A-4-51-4JB86A-4-51-5JB86A-4-51-6JB86A-4-51-7JB86A-4-51-8JB86A-4-51-9JB86A-4-51-10JB86A-4-51-11JB86A-4-51-12JB86A-4-51-13JB86A-4-51-14JB86A-4-51-15JB86A-4-51-1624+124+1COM-

N451-10
N451-11
N451-12
N451-13
N451-14
N451-15
N451-16
N451-17
N451-18
N451-19
N451-20
N451-21
N451-22
N451-23
N451-24
N451-25
N451-2
N451-3
N451-1

DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE INPUTS

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH
OPT: CLUTCH

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

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SH 5

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE INPUTS
13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13--

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

ZSC-4240
ZSO-4240
ZSC-4241
ZSO-4241

JB40-2-52-1JB40-2-52-2JB40-2-52-3JB40-2-52-4JB40-2-52-5JB40-2-52-6JB40-2-52-7JB40-2-52-8JB40-2-52-9JB40-2-52-10JB40-2-52-11JB40-2-52-12JB40-2-52-13JB40-2-52-14JB40-2-52-15JB40-2-52-1624+124+1COM-

N252-10
N252-11
N252-12
N252-13
N252-14
N252-15
N252-16
N252-17
N252-18
N252-19
N252-20
N252-21
N252-22
N252-23
N252-24
N252-25
N252-2
N252-3
N252-1

OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING


OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING

+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

TERMINALS 5, 6, 7 & 8 ARE INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO TERMINAL 2

NODES TERMINALS 28, 29 & 30 ARE COMMUNICATION DATA "B", DATA "A" & SHIELD, RESPECTIVELY.

NODES 1 THRU 39 = ANALOG


NODES 40 THRU 59 = DISCRETE INPUTS
NODES 60 THRU 79 = DISCRETE OUTPUTS

ORIGINATED: 09/10/10
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REV DATE: 01/06/11

DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE INPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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SH 5

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

SIGNAL SOURCE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE INPUTS
REVISION LIST
A INITIAL ISSUE MADE FROM MASTER REVISION W
B NO CHANGES THIS SHEET

DATE
09/10/10 ZSS
01/06/11 ZSS

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DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE INPUTS

DWG NO: 7232796-730146


REV: B
EC: 88652
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SH 6

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

MOV-4240-1
MOV-4240-2
MOV-4241-1
MOV-4241-2
MOV-4242-1
MOV-4242-2

ANTI-ICING SKID

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC

1
1
1
1
1
1

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE OUTPUTS
1--1--1--1--1--1--1--1---

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

MODULE NOT SUPPLIED


MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED
MODULE NOT SUPPLIED

ANTI-ICING SKID
ANTI-ICING SKID
ANTI-ICING SKID
ANTI-ICING SKID
ANTI-ICING SKID

JB40-2-60-1JB40-2-60-2JB40-2-60-3JB40-2-60-4JB40-2-60-5JB40-2-60-6JB40-2-60-7JB40-2-60-824+124+1COM-

N260-4/5/6
N260-7/8/9
N260-10/11/12
N260-13/14/15
N260-16/17/18
N260-19/20/21
N260-22/23/24
N260-25/26/27
N260-2
N260-3
N260-1

NO/COM/NC
NO/COM/NC
NO/COM/NC
NO/COM/NC
NO/COM/NC
NO/COM/NC
NO/COM/NC
NO/COM/NC
+24VDC POWER
+24VDC POWER COM
GROUND

OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING.


OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING.
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING.
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING.
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING.
OPT: EXHAUST ANTI-ICING.

1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE
1 = OPEN VALVE
1 = CLOSE VALVE

NODES TERMINALS 28, 29 & 30 ARE COMMUNICATION DATA "B", DATA "A" & SHIELD, RESPECTIVELY.

NODES 1 THRU 39 = ANALOG


NODES 40 THRU 59 = DISCRETE INPUTS
NODES 60 THRU 79 = DISCRETE OUTPUTS

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REV DATE: 01/06/11

DISTRIBUTIVE
DISCRETE OUTPUTS

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SH 6

ITEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V FUNCTION

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

SITE: PPTA Cogen - Pakistan

DEVICE
CONTROLLED

SIGNAL
TO

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

CONTACT
USED

BOX-NETWORKNODE-CHANNEL

NODE ADDRESS- TERMINALS


TERMINALS
FUNCTION

COMMENTS

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


DISTRIBUTIVE DISCRETE OUTPUTS
REVISION LIST
A INITIAL ISSUE MADE FROM MASTER REVISION W
B NO CHANGES THIS SHEET

DATE
09/10/10 ZSS
01/06/11 ZSS

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SH 7

WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


WORKSHEET NOTES

NOTES
1. "S" AFTER 4-20 IN TYPE COLUMN INDICATES 4-20 IS SOURCED FROM ANOTHER DEVICE. ALL OTHER INPUTS HAVE LOOP POWERED DEVICES.
2. # IN ACTIVE SIGNAL COLUMN = POWER TO RELAY TO BE REMOVED IF CRITICAL SHUTDOWN PATH TRIPPED.
3. ( ) IN ACTIVE SIGNAL COLUMN = RETURN WIRED THRU A15 OR A16 SAFETY CIRCUIT.

ABBREVIATIONS
OPT = OPTION - ONLY ITEMS THAT MAYBE DELTA 12
NPOS = NOT PART OF STANDARD (NOT INSTALLED - COST ADDER TO INSTALL)
DELTA 12 = END DEVICES NOT SUPPLIED
RTD = 100 OHM Pt RTD WITH EUROPEAN SPEC. CHAR.:
0.00385 OHMS/OHMS DEG C
100 OHMS AT 32 DEG F (0 DEG C).
FDP = FUEL DRIVERS PANEL (15 PPM DLE ONLY)
JB86A = JUNCTION BOX (CLUTCH I/O) (CLUTCH LUBE OIL SKID)
MGTB = MAIN GENERATOR TERMINAL BOX
MTTB = MAIN TURBINE TERMINAL BOX
TCP = TURBINE CONTROL PANEL
JB40 = JUNCTION BOX (EXHAUST ANTI-ICING SKID)
LFDP = LIQUID FUEL DLE PANEL

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WORKSHEET, CONTROL SYSTEM

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

LM6000 CLASSIC MICRONET PLUS - LINKNET CONTROLS


R
E
V

Copyright 2011
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is
loaned in strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any
purpose except that for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is
subject to all other terms and conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that
incorporates or relates to this drawing.

*** PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ***


WORKSHEET NOTES
REVISION LIST
A INITIAL ISSUE MADE FROM MASTER REVISION W
B NO CHANGES THIS SHEET

DATE
09/10/10 ZSS
01/06/11 ZSS

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GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


HYDRAULIC STARTER SYSTEM

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PDSHH-1600

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

START SKID HYDRAULIC PUMP VACUUM HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-16-

N248-25

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

6.5

IN.HG

180.0

DEG F

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

165.0

mm.HG

PDAHH

mm

LALL

82.2

DEG C

TAH

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

ESN

2
3

LSLL-1601

START SKID HYDRAULIC OIL TANK LOW LOW LEVEL

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-12-

N248-21

TSH-1602

START SKID HYDRAULIC CASE DRAIN HIGH TEMP

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-13-

N248-22

6.0

IN

152.0

ESN

HE-1610 PERM

4
5

6
7

TSL-1603

START SKID HYDRAULIC OIL TANK LOW TEMP

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-14-

N248-23

70.0

DEG F

21.1

DEG C

TAL

PSLL-1605

START SKID HYDRAULIC PUMP SUPPLY LOW LOW PRESS

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-15-

N248-24

250.0

PSIG

1724.0

KPaG

PALL

11

TE-1663A1

TURB HYDRAULIC STARTER CLUTCH OIL DRAIN PAN TEMP (A1)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-14-1-

N214-4/5/6/7

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

12

TE-1663A2

TURB HYDRAULIC STARTER CLUTCH OIL DRAIN PAN TEMP (A2)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-14-2-

N214-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

13

TE-1663A1/A2

TURB HYDRAULIC STARTER CLUTCH OIL DRAIN PAN TEMP

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

14

TE-1663A1/A2

TURB HYDRAULIC STARTER CLUTCH OIL DRAIN PAN TEMP

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

HD

15

TE-1663SEL

TURB HYDRAULIC STARTER CLUTCH OIL DRAIN PAN TEMP

230.0

DEG F

110.0

DEG C

TAHH

16

TE-1663SEL

TURB HYDRAULIC STARTER CLUTCH OIL DRAIN PAN TEMP

200.0

DEG F

93.3

DEG C

TAH

8
9

ESN

10
-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

X
2

1
1

DM

17
18

SOV-1619

HYDRAULIC STARTER PUMP PISTON CONTROL VALVE

OUT7

4-20S

TCP-1-7-31-W107.2-

FTM107.2-8/7/9

20

MOT-1615

HYDRAULIC STARTER PUMP

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-46-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K14-40/41/42

21

MOT-1615FB

HYDRAULIC STARTER PUMP MOTOR STARTER AUX CONTACT

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-15-

N141-24

HE-1610

START SKID HYDRAULIC OIL TANK HEATER

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-42-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K10-28/29/30

0.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

19

22
23
24
25

NOTES
1. NOTE DELETED
2. SHUTDOWN START SYSTEM BY ALLOWING THE HYDRAULIC PUMP TO RESET TO NEUTRAL POSITION FOR 10 SEC. AND THEN TURN OFF MOT-1615.

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

====== END ======

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


HYDRAULIC STARTER SYSTEM

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 1 OF 13, PAGE 1 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


VENTILATION AND COMBUSTION AIR

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

PDSH-6405-60

AIR INLET FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS

PDSHH-6406

AIR INLET FILTER HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-3-

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-4-

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

N245-12

5.0

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

IN H2O

127.0

mm H2O

PDAH

22

203.2

mm H2O

PDAHH

N245-13

8.0

IN H2O

PDSH-64017

BELL MOUTH INLET SCREEN HIGH DIFF PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-1-

N245-10

3.5

IN H2O

88.9

mm H2O

PDAH

PDSHH-64018

BELL MOUTH INLET SCREEN HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-2-

N245-11

4.5

IN H2O

114.3

mm H2O

PDAHH

PDT-64257

TURB ENCLOSURE AIR DIFF PRESS

IN

4-20S

MTTB-2-6-3-

N206-12/13/15

-10.0

10.0

-10.2

10.2

IN H2O

mm H2O

SF

PDT-64257SEL

TURB ENCLOSURE AIR DIFF PRESS

-0.1

IN H2O

PDAL

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-2-3-

N102-12/13/15

-10.0

10.0

-10.2

10.2

IN H2O

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

SERIES WIRE THE NC SWITCHES


NSD

3
X
ESN

6
7
8

-254.0

254.0

-259.1

259.1
-2.54

mm H2O

-254.0

254.0

-259.1

259.1

mm H2O

SF

mm H2O

PDAL

DEG C

SF

X
4

9
10

PDT-64258

GEN ENCLOSURE AIR DIFF PRESS

11

PDT-64258SEL

GEN ENCLOSURE AIR DIFF PRESS

13

TE-6401

TURB ROOM AIR OUTLET TEMP (NO. 1)

14

0.1

IN H2O

2.54

X
4

12
IN

RTD

MTTB-2-10-2-

N210-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

200.0

DEG F

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-15-2-

N315-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

150.0

DEG F

125.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

93.3

DEG C

TAH

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

65.6

DEG C

TAHH

51.7

DEG C

TAH

DEG C

TAL

TE-6401SEL

TURB ROOM AIR OUTLET TEMP (NO. 1)

16

TE-6402

GEN ROOM AIR TEMP

17

TE-6402SEL

GEN ROOM AIR TEMP

18

TE-6402SEL

GEN ROOM AIR TEMP

19

TE-6402SEL

GEN ROOM AIR TEMP

21

TE-6421

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

22

TE-6421SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)

293.0

DEG F

145.0

DEG C

TAHH

25

23

TE-6421SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)

290.0

DEG F

143.3

DEG C

TAHH

13,15

24

TE-6421SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)

275.0

DEG F

135.0

DEG C

TAH

25

25

TE-6421SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)

270.0

DEG F

132.2

DEG C

TAH

13,15

26

TE-6421SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)

266.0

DEG F

130.0

DEG C

TAHH

26

27

TE-6421SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)

248.0

DEG F

120.0

DEG C

TAH

26

28

TE-6421SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T1/U (NO. 1)

DEG C

EVENT

30

TE-6422

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)

198.9

DEG C

SF

31

TE-6422SEL

32

TE-6422SEL

33

TE-6422SEL

34

TE-6422SEL

35

TE-6422SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)

36

TE-6422SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)

37

TE-6422SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)

39

TE-6423

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

390.0

DEG F

40

TE-6423SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

293.0

DEG F

41

TE-6423SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

290.0

42

TE-6423SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

275.0

TAH

25

43

TE-6423SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

270.0

DEG F

132.2

DEG C

TAH

13,15

44

TE-6423SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

266.0

DEG F

130.0

DEG C

TAHH

26

45

TE-6423SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

248.0

DEG F

120.0

DEG C

TAH

26

46

TE-6423SEL

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T3/W (NO. 3)

DEG C

EVENT

48

TE-6424

GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)

198.9

DEG C

SF

49

TE-6424SEL

50

TE-6424SEL

51

TE-6424SEL

52

TE-6424SEL

53

TE-6424SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)

54

TE-6424SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)

55

TE-6424SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)

15

35.0

DEG F

1.7

DM

20
IN

RTD

MGTB-3-15-4-

N315-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

14.0

-53.9

648.9

DEG F

-42.7

-10.0

X
DM
DM

DM
X
X

29
IN

RTD

MGTB-3-15-5-

N315-20/21/22/23

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)

293.0

DEG F

145.0

DEG C

TAHH

25

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)

290.0

DEG F

143.3

DEG C

TAHH

13,15

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)

275.0

DEG F

135.0

DEG C

TAH

25

GEN STATOR TEMP PHASE T2/V (NO. 2)

270.0

DEG F

132.2

DEG C

TAH

13,15

266.0

DEG F

130.0

DEG C

TAHH

26

248.0

DEG F

120.0

DEG C

TAH

26

DEG C

EVENT

14.0

-53.9

648.9

DEG F

-42.7

-10.0

X
DM
DM

DM
X
X

38
IN

RTD

MGTB-3-15-6-

N315-24/25/26/27

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

14.0

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

145.0

DEG C

TAHH

25

TAHH

13,15

143.3

DEG F

135.0

DEG F

-10.0

DEG C
DEG C

X
DM
DM

DM
X
X

47
IN

RTD

MGTB-3-16-4-

N316-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)

293.0

DEG F

145.0

DEG C

TAHH

25

GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)

290.0

DEG F

143.3

DEG C

TAHH

13,15

GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)

275.0

DEG F

135.0

DEG C

TAH

25

GEN STATOR PHASE T1/U TEMP (NO. 4)

270.0

DEG F

132.2

DEG C

TAH

13,15

266.0

DEG F

130.0

DEG C

TAHH

26

248.0

DEG F

120.0

DEG C

TAH

26

DEG C

EVENT

14.0

-53.9

648.9

DEG F

-42.7

-10.0

X
DM
DM

DM
X
X

56
57

TE-6425

GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)

390.0

DEG F

58

TE-6425SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-16-5-

N316-20/21/22/23

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

293.0

DEG F

59

TE-6425SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)

290.0

60

TE-6425SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)

275.0

TAH

25

61

TE-6425SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)

270.0

DEG F

132.2

DEG C

TAH

13,15

62

TE-6425SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)

266.0

DEG F

130.0

DEG C

TAHH

26

63

TE-6425SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)

248.0

DEG F

120.0

DEG C

TAH

26

64

TE-6425SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T2/V TEMP (NO. 5)

DEG C

EVENT

14.0

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

145.0

DEG C

TAHH

25

TAHH

13,15

143.3

DEG F

135.0

DEG F

-10.0

DEG C
DEG C

X
DM
DM

DM
X
X

65
66

TE-6426

GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

67

TE-6426SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

293.0

DEG F

145.0

DEG C

TAHH

25

68

TE-6426SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

290.0

DEG F

143.3

DEG C

TAHH

13,15

69

TE-6426SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

275.0

DEG F

135.0

DEG C

TAH

25

70

TE-6426SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

270.0

DEG F

132.2

DEG C

TAH

13,15

71

TE-6426SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

72

TE-6426SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

73

TE-6426SEL

GEN STATOR PHASE T3/W TEMP (NO. 6)

TE-6430

GEN AIR OUTLET TEMP

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-16-6-

N316-24/25/26/27

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

266.0

DEG F

248.0

DEG F

14.0

-53.9

648.9

DEG F

-42.7

130.0

DEG C

TAHH

26

120.0

DEG C

TAH

26

DEG C

EVENT

DEG C

SF

-10.0

X
DM
DM

DM
X
X

74
75
76
77

TE-6430SEL

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-16-1-

N316-4/5/6/7

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0
200.0

DEG F

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-16-2-

N316-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

GEN AIR OUTLET TEMP

220.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

TAHH

93.3

DEG C

TAH

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

DEG F

104.4

TE-6430SEL

GEN AIR OUTLET TEMP

79

TE-6431

GEN EXCITER AIR OUTLET TEMP

80

TE-6431SEL

GEN EXCITER AIR OUTLET TEMP

220.0

DEG F

104.4

DEG C

TAHH

81

TE-6431SEL

GEN EXCITER AIR OUTLET TEMP

200.0

DEG F

93.3

DEG C

TAH

X
DM

78
DM
X

82

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


VENTILATION AND COMBUSTION AIR

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 2 OF 13, PAGE 2 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


VENTILATION AND COMBUSTION AIR

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-11-2-

N211-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

150.0

DEG F

65.6

DEG C

TAHH

140.0

DEG F

60.0

DEG C

TAH

DEG C

TAL

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

83
84

TE-6454

TURB ROOM AIR INLET TEMP (NO. 2)

85

TE-6454SEL

TURB ROOM AIR INLET TEMP (NO. 2)

86

TE-6454SEL

TURB ROOM AIR INLET TEMP (NO. 2)

87

TE-6454SEL

TURB ROOM AIR INLET TEMP (NO. 2)

TE-6450

AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR TEMP (SEC A)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-11-3-

N211-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

TE-6499

AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR TEMP (SEC B)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-12-3-

N212-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

TE-64072

AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED VENTILATION AIR TEMP (SEC A)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-12-4-

N212-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

35.0

DEG F

1.7

X
DM
X
24

900

88
89

90
91
92
93
94
95

TE-64071

AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED VENTILATION AIR TEMP (SEC B)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-11-4-

N211-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

97

TE-4015A

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (A)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-14-3-

N214-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

98

TE-4015ASEL

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (A)

125.0

DEG F

51.7

DEG C

TAH

99

TE-4015ASEL

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (A)

DEG C

TAL

101

TE-4015B

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (B)

102

TE-4015BSEL

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (B)

96

32.0

DEG F

0.0

100

103

TE-4015BSEL

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (B)

TE-4015C

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (C)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-14-4-

N214-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

125.0

DEG F

390.0

DEG F

32.0

-53.9

648.9

DEG F

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

51.7

DEG C

TAH

DEG C

TAL

198.9

DEG C

SF

51.7

DEG C

TAH

DEG C

TAL

198.9

DEG C

SF

0.0

104
105
106

TE-4015CSEL

107

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-14-5-

N214-20/21/22/23

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-15-3-

N315-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (C)

TE-4015CSEL

MTTB AIR OUTSIDE TEMP (C)

TE-6493

GEN AIR INLET TEMP COMPENSATION (DRIVE END)

111

MOT-6417

TURB ENCLOSURE VENT FAN (A)

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-38-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K6-16/17/18

112

125.0

DEG F

390.0

DEG F

32.0

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

DEG F

0.0

108
109

OPT: GE AVR

110
MOT-6418

TURB ENCLOSURE VENT FAN "B"

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-54-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K6-16/17/18

114

MOT-6413

GEN (/GB) ENCLOSURE VENT FAN (A)

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-34-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K2-4/5/6

115

MOT-6416

GEN (/GB) ENCLOSURE VENT FAN (B)

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-50-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K2-4/5/6

K81

TURB RUNNING /READY

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-16-W108.1-

FTM108.1-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52

CONTROLS HE-64050 & HE-64051

K347_K347A

MTTB CABINET COOLING

NO

MTTB

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-24-W111.2-

FTM111.2-K12-84/85/86

CONTROLS MOT-4019A, B, C

K348

MTTB CABINET HEATING

NO

MTTB

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-19-W111.2-

FTM111.2-K7-69/70/71

PDT-4005A

AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR DIFF PRESS (1)

IN

4-20S

MTTB-2-7-1-

N207-4/5/7

113

116
117
118
119
120
121

CONTROLS MOT-4019A, B, C

122
123
124

PDT-4005B

125

MTTB-2-7-2-

N207-8/9/11

0.0
0.0

10.0

IN H2O

10.0

IN H2O

0.0
0.0

254.0

mm H2O

254.0

mm H2O

SF

AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR DIFF PRESS (2)

IN

4-20S

PDT-4004

AIR INLET FILTER CONDITIONED COMBUSTION AIR DIFF PRESS (3)

IN

4-20S

MTTB-2-7-3-

N207-12/13/15

0.0

10.0

IN H2O

0.0

254.0

mm H2O

SF

TE-64030

AIR INLET FILTER VENTILATION AIR TEMP (SEC B)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-14-6-

N214-24/25/26/27

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

SF

AIR PULSE FILTER OPTION

TE-64031

AIR INLET FILTER VENTILATION AIR TEMP (SEC A)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-12-5-

N212-20/21/22/23

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

AIR PULSE FILTER OPTION

TE-64032

AIR INLET FILTER COMBUSTION AIR TEMP (SEC B)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-11-6-

N211-24/25/26/27

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

AIR PULSE FILTER OPTION

TE-64033

AIR INLET FILTER COMBUSTION AIR TEMP (SEC A)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-10-6-

N210-24/25/26/27

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

AIR PULSE FILTER OPTION

126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135

NOTES
1. REDUCE LOAD AT 8"WC TO 5" WC. NSD ON THIRD AHH
2. INTENTIONALLY BLANK
3. START BLOWDOWN AT 1500 MICRO MHO, STOP AT 1200 MICRO MHO
4. SWAP TO BACKUP FAN AND ALARM ONLY IF FANS ARE COMMANDED TO RUN
5. DM (SML) IF BOTH SETS OF RTD'S ON THE SAME PHASE FAIL
6. BLOWNDOWN UNTIL CONDUCTIVITY IS AT NORMAL
7. INTENTIONALLY BLANK
8. GT START CRANK INHIBITED IF GENERATOR STATOR TEMP < 14 DEG F (< 10.0 DEG C). SPACE HEATERS WILL BE USED TO WARM GENERATOR STATOR. WINDINGS PRIOR TO START UP AND GRANT PERMISSIVE. UPON SHUTDOWN OF GT, GENERATOR ENCLOSURE VENTILATION FANS (AS APPLICABLE)
SHALL OPERATE DURING POST SHUTDOWN CRANK CYCLE. WHEN POST SHUTDOWN CRANK CYCLE IS COMPLETED, CONTINUE TO OPERATE VENTILATION FANS UNTIL STATOR WINDING TEMPERATURES HAVE COOLED < 120 DEG F (< 48.9 DEG C), OR WHEN STATOR TEMPERATURES ARE EQUAL TO AMBIENT TEMPERATURE WITH +/- 5 DEG F (+/- 2.8 DEG C) DEADBAND.
9. STOP MOT4060, MOT4061 AT 4 PSIG (27.6 kPaG) DECR.
10. INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK.
11. OPEN SOV-4143, SOV-4144 AT 64 % INCR. ; CLOSE AT 55 % DECR.
12. STOP MOT-4060, MOT-4061 AT 16 % DECR.
13. SETTINGS FOR BRUSH GENERATOR
14. INTENTIONALLY BLANK
15. SETTINGS FOR GE GENERATOR
16. STANDBY VENT FAN IS TURNED ON
17. STANDBY VENT FAN IS TURNED OFF
18. IF AUX SKID TEMP > 100 DEG F (37.8 DEG C) OPEN MAIN INLET DAMPER &EXHAUST DAMPER #2 IF APPLICABLE, WAIT 5 SEC AND TURN MAIN VENT FAN ON
19. IF AUX SKID TEMP < 70 DEG F (< 21.1 DEG C) TURN MAIN FAN OFF, WAIT 60 SECONDS THEN CLOSE MAIN INLET DAMPER & EXHAUST DAMPER #2 IF APPLICABLE; STANDBY FAN BECOMES MAIN FAN.
20. HE-64039 AUXILIARY ENCLOSURE HEATER CONTROL OFF
21. HE-64039 AUXILIARY ENCLOSURE HEATER CONTROL ON
22. SERIES WIRE THE N.C. SWITCHES - ALT PDT-64232/234
23. NOTE DELETED
24. "TURBINE ENCLOSURE TEMP LOW, CHECK HEATERS" ALARM. ALARM IS ENABLED AFTER TIME DELAY WHEN BOTH VENT FANS ARE OFF AND THE ENCLOSURE HEATERS ARE ENABLED (K43). ALARM TIME DELAY (TUNABLE) IS SET SO HEATERS HAVE TIME TO WARM THE ENCLOSURE AFTER VENT FANS ARE STOPPED.
25. STATOR SETTINGS FOR 50 HZ MEIDENSHA GENERATOR
26. STATOR SETTINGS FOR 60 HZ MEIDENSHA GENERATOR

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

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ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


VENTILATION AND COMBUSTION AIR

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 2 OF 13, PAGE 3 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


TURBINE LUBE OIL SYSTEM

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

LSL-6102

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

TURB LUBE OIL TANK LOW LEVEL

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-2-

N248-11

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

12.0

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

INCH

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

305.0

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

mm

LAL

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

HE-6104 PERM

2
3

PDSH-6120

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-3-

N248-12

20.0

PSID

137.9

kPaD

PDAH

PDSHH-6144

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY FILTER HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-5-

N248-14

25.0

PSID

172.4

kPaD

PDAHH

10

PDSH-6118

TURB LUBE OIL SCAVENGE FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-6-

N248-15

20.0

PSID

137.9

kPaD

PDAH

10

PDSHH-6119

TURB LUBE OIL SCAVENGE FILTER HIGH HIGH DIFF PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-7-

N248-16

25.0

PSID

172.4

kPaD

PDAHH

PDSH-6148

AIR/OIL SEPARATOR FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-12-

N245-21

1.7

PSID

11.7

kPaD

PDAH

PDSH-6146

TURB VG LUBE OIL FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-13-

N245-22

20.0

PSID

137.9

kPaD

PDAH

PSLL-6115

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY LOW LOW PRESS (XN25>7.8K RPM)

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-9-

N245-18

15.0

PSIG

103.4

kPaG

PALL

PSLL-6116

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY LOW LOW PRESS (4.5K<XN25<7.8K RPM)

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-10-

N245-19

6.0

PSIG

41.4

kPaG

PALL

PSH-6117

TURB LUBE OIL SCAVENGE PUMP DISCHARGE HIGH PRESS

NC

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-45-11-

N245-20

kPaG

PAH

TSL-6113

TURB LUBE OIL TANK LOW TEMP

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-1-

N248-10

DEG C

TAL

PT-6121

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY PRESS (PLUB)

IN

4-20S

MTTB-2-5-1-

N205-4/5/7

kPaG

SF

4
5

10

NSD

6
7
8
9

10

NSD

10
11

60

60

12
13
14
15

ESN

16
17

ESN

18
19

100.0

PSIG

689.5

20
21

70.0

DEG F

21.1

22
23

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

PSIG

0.0

689.5

-13.8

703..3

24
25

PT-6122

TURB LUBE OIL SCAVENGE PRESS (PSCV)

IN

4-20S

MTTB-2-5-2-

N205-8/9/11

0.0

200.0

-4.0

204.0

PSIG

0.0

1379.0

-27.8

1406.5

kPaG

SF

27

TE-6123A

TURB LUBE OIL AGB SCAVENGE OIL TEMP (TAGBA)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-8-1-

N208-4/5/6/7

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

28

TE-6123B

TURB LUBE OIL AGB SCAVENGE OIL TEMP (TAGBB)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-9-1-

N209-4/5/6/7

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

29

TE-6123A/B

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

30

TE-6123A/B

TURB LUBE OIL AGB SCAVENGE OIL TEMP (TAGB)

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

HD

31

TE-6123SEL

TURB LUBE OIL AGB SCAVENGE OIL TEMP (TAGB)

265.0

DEG F

129.4

DEG C

TAHH

32

TE-6123SEL

TURB LUBE OIL AGB SCAVENGE OIL TEMP (TAGB)

240.0

DEG F

115.5

DEG C

TAH

26

TURB LUBE OIL AGB SCAVENGE OIL TEMP (TAGB)

SF

DM
X
DM
X

33
34

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP TGB/A SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBAA)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-8-2-

N208-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

35

TE-6124B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP TGB/A SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBAB)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-9-2-

N209-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

36

TE-6124A/B

TE-6124A

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP TGB/A SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBA)

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

37

TE-6124A/B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP TGB/A SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBA)

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

HD

38

TE-6124SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP TGB/A SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBA)

310.0

DEG F

154.4

DEG C

TAHH

39

TE-6124SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP TGB/A SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBA)

285.0

DEG F

140.6

DEG C

TAH

X
X
8

DM
X
DM
X

40
TURB LUBE OIL SUMP B SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBBA)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-8-3-

N208-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

42

TE-6125B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP B SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBBB)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-9-3-

N209-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

43

TE-6125A/B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP B SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBB)

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

44

41

TE-6125A/B

TE-6125A

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP B SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBB)

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

HD

SF

45

TE-6125SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP B SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBB)

330.0

DEG F

165.6

DEG C

TAHH

46

TE-6125SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP B SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBB)

305.0

DEG F

151.7

DEG C

TAH

SF

X
8

DM
X
DM
X

47
48

TE-6186A

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP C SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBCA)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-8-4-

N208-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

49

TE-6186B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP C SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBCB)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-9-4-

N209-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

50

TE-6186A/B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP C SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBC)

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

51

TE-6186A/B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP C SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBC)

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

HD

SF

52

TE-6186SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP C SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBC)

340.0

DEG F

171.1

DEG C

TAHH

53

SF

X
8

DM
X
DM

TE-6186SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP C SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBC)

320.0

DEG F

160.0

DEG C

TAH

55

TE-6141A

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP D SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBDA)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-8-5-

N208-20/21/22/23

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

56

TE-6141B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP D SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBDB)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-9-5-

N209-20/21/22/23

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

57

TE-6141A/B

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

58

TE-6141A/B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP D SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBD)

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

HD

59

TE-6141SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP D SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBD)

315.0

DEG F

157.2

DEG C

TAHH

60

54

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP D SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBD)

SF

DM
X
DM

TE-6141SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP D SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBD)

290.0

DEG F

143.3

DEG C

TAH

62

TE-6142A

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP E SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBEA)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-8-6-

N208-24/25/26/27

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

63

TE-6142B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP E SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBEB)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-9-6-

N209-24/25/26/27

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

64

TE-6142A/B

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

65

TE-6142A/B

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP E SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBE)

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

HD

66

TE-6142SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP E SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBE)

315.0

DEG F

157.2

DEG C

TAHH

61

67

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP E SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBE)

SF

DM
X
DM

TE-6142SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUMP E SCAV OIL TEMP (TGBE)

290.0

DEG F

143.3

DEG C

TAH

TE-6128A

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP (TLUBA)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-10-3-

N210-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

SF

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP (TLUBB)

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-12-2-

N212-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-35.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

-35.0

390.0

-37.2

198.9

DEG C

68
69
70

TE-6128B

71

TE-6128A/B

72

TE-6128A/B

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP (TLUB)

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

HD

73

TE-6128SEL

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP (TLUB)

170.0

DEG F

76.7

DEG C

TAH

SOV-6185

POST SHUTDOWN COOLING AIR VALVE

NO

TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-5-W108.1-

FTM108.1-K5-13/14/15

MOT-6135

TURB LUBE AIR/OIL SEPARATOR

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-43-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K11-31/32/33

HE-6104

TURB LUBE OIL TANK HEATER

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-44-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K12-34/35/36

TURB LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP (TLUB)

DEG F

SF
SF

X
8

DM

74
75

1 = OPEN VALVE

76
77
78
79

80
81

NOTES
1. FSLO XN25 > 7800 RPM
2. FSLO 4500 RPM < XN25 < 7800 RPM
3. HEATER THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED ON AT 90 DEG F (32.2 DEG C) DECR
4. NOTE DELETED
5. NOTE DELETED
6. HEATER ON PERMISSIVE 60%
7. INTENTIONALLY BLANK
8. HIGH SELECT SENSOR VALUE IS USED. IF BOTH SENSORS ARE OUT OF RANGE THEN DM.
9. INTENTIONALLY BLANK
10. WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER LOUVERS (SOV-68349) OPEN IF TE-61069 > 50 DEG F (10.0 DEG C) OR TE-60019 > 50 DEG F (10.0 DEG C)
11. WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER LOUVERS (SOV-68349) CLOSE IF TE-61069 < 30 DEG F (-1.1 DEG C) AND TE-60019 < 34 DEG F (1.1 DEG C)
12. THE SELECTED WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER FAN (MOT-6090 OR MOT-6091) IS ON IF TE-61069 > 70 DEG F (21.1 DEG C) OR TE-60019 > 70 DEG F (21.1 DEG C) AND ENGINE CRANKING OR RUNNING
13. THE SELECTED WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER FAN (MOT-6090 OR MOT-6091) IS OFF IF TE-61069 < 35 DEG F (1.7 DEG C) AND TE-60019 < 35 DEG F (1.7 DEG C) OR ENGINE IS NOT CRANKING OR RUNNING
14. WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER HEATER HE-68345 WILL TURN ON IF TE-68347 < 175 DEG F (79.4 DEG C) AND LOUVERS ARE CLOSED.
15. WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER HEATER HE-68345 WILL TURN OFF IF TE-68347 > 250 DEG F (121.1 DEG C) OR LOUVERS ARE OPEN.
16. XN25 > 6050 RPM

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

====== END ======

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


TURBINE LUBE OIL SYSTEM

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 3 OF 13, PAGE 4 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


FUEL (DLE) SYSTEM

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

SOV-62405

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

GAS FUEL OFF-SKID SHUTOFF VALVE

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

1#

NO

OFF-TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-3-23-W103.2-

FTM103.2-K7-19/20/21

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = OPEN VALVE

ZS-62405

GAS FUEL OFF-SKID SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-19-W111.1-

FTM111.1-19/43

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

SOV-62369

GAS FUEL OFF-SKID VENT VALVE

1#

NO

OFF-TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-3-24-W103.2-

FTM103.2-K8-22/23/24

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-20-W111.1-

FTM111.1-20/44

IN10

4-20S

TCP-2-7-10-W207.1-

FTM207.1-69/68/70

0.2

2.2

-0.05

2.15

SG

0.2

2.2

-0.05

2.15

SG

FTM207.2-69/68/70

800.0

1100.0

820.00

1080.00

BTU/F3

29807.00

40985.00

30552.00

40240.00

KJ/M3

0.0

800.0

-4.7

727.4

PSIG

0.0

5515.8

-32.4

5015.0

kPaG

SF

kPaG

EVENT

720.0

PSIG

4964.0

kPaG

PAHH

kPaG

PAL

ZS-62369

GAS FUEL OFF-SKID VENT VALVE CLOSED

AE-62325

GAS FUEL SPECIFIC GRAVITY

AE-62326

GAS FUEL CALORIFIC VALUE (LHV)

CHROMA_ALM

CHROMATOGRAPH SUMMARY ALARM

PT-6227

GAS FUEL SUPPLY PRESS (PGAS)

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

NO

IN22

4-20S

TCP-2-7-26-W207.2-

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-22-W202.1-

FTM202.1-22/46

IN17

4-20S

TCP-1-7-21-W107.2-

FTM107.2-42/39/40

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-46-6-

N246-15

SF

SF
ALARM

OPT: GAS CHROMATOGRAPH (DLE ONLY)

OPT: GAS CHROMATOGRAPH (DLE ONLY)

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

10
11
12

PT-6227SEL

GAS FUEL SUPPLY PRESS (PGAS)

13

PSHH-6226

GAS FUEL SUPPLY HIGH HIGH PRESS

14

200.0
0

NC

PSIG

600.0

1380.0

PSIG

4136.9

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)


X
ES

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

PSL-6224

GAS FUEL SUPPLY LOW PRESS

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-46-4-

N246-13

16

SOV-6249

GAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE (UPSTREAM)

1#

NO

TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-1-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K1-51/52/53

17

ZS-6249

GAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED (UPSTREAM)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-21-W111.1-

FTM111.1-21/45

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

SOV-6208

GAS FUEL VENT VALVE

1#

NO

TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-2-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K2-54/55/56

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

21

SOV-6204

GAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE (DOWNSTREAM)

(1#)

NO

TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-4-W108.1-

FTM108.1-K4-10/11/12

22

ZS-6204

GAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED (DOWNSTREAM)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-22-W111.1-

FTM111.1-22/46

TE-6232A

GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGSA)

IN8

RTD

TCP-1-6-8-W106.1-

FTM106.1-57/56/55/58

-70.0

500.0

-40.0

380.0

DEF F

-56.7

260.0

-40.0

193.3

DEG C

SF

25

TE-6232B

GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGSB)

IN8

RTD

TCP-1-7-8-W107.1-

FTM107.1-57/56/55/58

-70.0

500.0

-40.0

380.0

DEF F

-56.7

260.0

-40.0

193.3

DEG C

SF

26

TE-6232A/B

GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGS)

-40.0

380.0

DEF F

-40.0

193.0

DEG C

SF

27

TE-6232A/B

GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGS)

10.0

DEF F

5.6

DEG C

HD

28

TE-6232SEL

GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGS)

300.0

DEF F

149.0

DEG C

TAHH

29

TE-6232SEL

GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGS)

275.0

DEF F

135.0

DEG C

TAH

30

TE-6232SEL

GAS FUEL SUPPLY TEMP (TGS)

DEG C

TAL

32

XMTR BOX NO. 1-1

GAS FUEL PRESS CONTROL SERIAL 1 XMIT+

OUT

33

XMTR BOX NO. 1-2

GAS FUEL PRESS CONTROL SERIAL 1 XMIT-

OUT

RS422

TCP-2-4-1-W204-

FTM204-PORT1-21

34

XMTR BOX NO. 1-3

GAS FUEL PRESS FEEDBACK SERIAL 1 RCV+

IN

RS422

TCP-2-4-1-W204-

FTM204-PORT1-22

35

XMTR BOX NO. 1-4

GAS FUEL PRESS FEEDBACK SERIAL 1 RCV-

IN

RS422

TCP-2-4-1-W204-

FTM204-PORT1-23

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A

36

XMTR BOX NO. 1-5

GAS FUEL PRESS XDCR 15V+ SERIAL 1 PWR

OUT

RS422

TCP-2-4-1-W204-

FTM204-PORT1-25

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A

37

XMTR BOX NO. 1-6

GAS FUEL PRESS XDCR 15V- SERIAL 1 PWR

OUT

RS422

TCP-2-4-1-W204-

FTM204-PORT1-27

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A

38

PT-62105A

UPSTREAM GAS FUEL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER BOX 1 (25 PPM)

15
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = OPEN VALVE

18
19
20
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE). 1 = OPEN VALVE
OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

23
24

20.0

DEF F

-6.7

OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)


OPT: GAS FUEL (SAC OR DLE)

SML

31
RS422

TCP-2-4-1-W204-

FTM204-PORT1-20

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105A, 62136A, 62138A, 62137A

0.0

1000.0

8.0

800.0

PSIA

0.0

6894.8

55.2

5515.8

kPaA

SF

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER BOX 1 (25 PPM)

0.0

1000.0

8.0

800.0

PSIA

0.0

6894.8

55.2

5515.8

kPaA

SF

40

PT-62138A

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER BOX 1 (25 PPM)

0.0

1000.0

8.0

800.0

PSIA

0.0

6894.8

55.2

5515.8

kPaA

SF

41

PT-62137A

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER BOX 1 (25 PPM)

0.0

1000.0

8.0

800.0

PSIA

0.0

6894.8

55.2

5515.8

kPaA

SF

XMTR BOX NO. 2-1

GAS FUEL PRESS CONTROL SERIAL 1 XMIT+

OUT

GAS FUEL PRESS CONTROL SERIAL 1 XMIT-

OUT

39

PT-62136A

42
43
44

XMTR BOX NO. 2-2

RS422
RS422

TCP-2-5-1-W205TCP-2-5-1-W205-

FTM205-PORT1-20

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B

FTM205-PORT1-21

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B

45

XMTR BOX NO. 2-3

GAS FUEL PRESS FEEDBACK SERIAL 1 RCV+

IN

RS422

TCP-2-5-1-W205-

FTM205-PORT1-22

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B

46

XMTR BOX NO. 2-4

GAS FUEL PRESS FEEDBACK SERIAL 1 RCV-

IN

RS422

TCP-2-5-1-W205-

FTM205-PORT1-23

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B

47

XMTR BOX NO. 2-5

GAS FUEL PRESS XDCR 15V+ SERIAL 1 PWR

OUT

RS422

TCP-2-5-1-W205-

FTM205-PORT1-25

48

XMTR BOX NO. 2-6

GAS FUEL PRESS XDCR 15V- SERIAL 1 PWR

OUT

RS422

TCP-2-5-1-W205-

FTM205-PORT1-27

49

PT-62105B

UPSTREAM GAS FUEL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER BOX 2 (25 PPM)

0.0

1000.0

8.0

800.0

PSIA

0.0

6894.8

55.2

5515.8

kPaA

SF

50

PT-62136B

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM DLE ONLY). PT-62105B, 62136B, 62138B, 62137B

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER BOX 2 (25 PPM)

0.0

1000.0

8.0

800.0

PSIA

0.0

6894.8

55.2

5515.8

kPaA

SF

51

PT-62138B

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER BOX 2 (25 PPM)

0.0

1000.0

8.0

800.0

PSIA

0.0

6894.8

55.2

5515.8

kPaA

SF

52

PT-62137B

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER BOX 2 (25 PPM)

0.0

1000.0

8.0

800.0

PSIA

0.0

6894.8

55.2

5515.8

kPaA

SF

54

ZC62108+

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (+)

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-1-W206.1-

55

ZC62108

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (COM)

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-1-W206.1-

56

ZC62108-

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (-)

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-1-W206.1-

58

ZY-62108

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND

OUT1

4-20S

TCP-2-7-13-W207.1-

59

FCV-62108

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND

ZE-62108

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK

53
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

57
FTM207.1-2/1/3

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

SF

60
61
62

ZE-62108A/B

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK

ZC62108FLT

MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER FAILURE

ZC62108SDR

SD/RESET MANIFOLD "B" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER

IN5

4-20S

TCP-2-7-5-W207.1-

FTM207.1-39/38/40

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-15-W202.1-

FTM202.1-15/39

1/0

NO

TCP OR FDP

24 VDC

TCP-1-3-17-W103.2-

FTM103.2-K1-1/2/3

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

63
64

ALARM

ES

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

65
66

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 =


SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET

67
68

ZC62107+

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (+)

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-2-W206.2-

69

ZC62107

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (COM)

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-2-W206.2-

70

ZC62107-

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (-)

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-2-W206.2-

72

ZY-62107

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND

OUT2

4-20S

TCP-2-7-14-W207.1-

73

FCV-62107

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND

ZE-62107

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

71
FTM207.1-5/4/6

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

SF

74
75
76

ZE-62107A/B

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK

ZC62107FLT

MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER FAILURE

ZC62107SDR

SD/RESET MANIFOLD "C" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER

IN6

4-20S

TCP-2-7-6-W207.1-

FTM207.1-45/44/46

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-16-W202.1-

FTM202.1-16/40

1/0

NO

TCP OR FDP

24 VDC

TCP-1-3-18-W103.2-

FTM103.2-K2-4/5/6

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

77
78

ALARM

ES

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

79
80

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 =


SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET

81

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


FUEL (DLE) SYSTEM

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 4 OF 13, PAGE 5 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


FUEL (DLE) SYSTEM

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

82

ZC62109+

83

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (+)

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-3-W206.3-

TAG NO.

ZC62109

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (COM)

IN/OUT

RS485

ZC62109-

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER COMM (-)

IN/OUT

RS485

TCP-2-6-3-W206.3-

86

ZY-62109

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND

OUT3

4-20S

TCP-2-7-15-W207.1-

87

FCV-62109

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION DEMAND

ZE-62109

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK

84

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

TCP-2-6-3-W206.3-

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

85
FTM207.1-8/7/9

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)


0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

SF

88
89
90

IN7

4-20S

TCP-2-7-7-W207.1-

FTM207.1-51/50/52

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-17-W202.1-

FTM202.1-17/41

1/0

NO

TCP OR FDP

24 VDC

TCP-1-3-19-W103.2-

FTM103.2-K3-7/8/9

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = ENABLE / 0 =


SHUTDOWN / 1-0-1 = RESET

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 1

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-1-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K1-51/52/53

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 1 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-1-W202.1-

FTM202.1-1/25

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 2

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-2-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K2-54/55/56

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

ZE-62109A/B

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE POSITION FEEDBACK

ZC62109FLT

MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER FAILURE

ZC62109SDR

SD/RESET MANIFOLD "A" GAS FUEL METERING VALVE DRIVER

96

SOV-62110

97

ZS-62110
SOV-62111

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

91
92

ALARM

ES

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

93
94
95

98
99
100

ZS-62111

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 2 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-2-W202.1-

FTM202.1-2/26

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

102

SOV-62112

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 3

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-3-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K3-57/58/59

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

103

ZS-62112

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 3 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-3-W202.1-

FTM202.1-3/27

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

SOV-62113

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 4

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-4-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K4-60/61/62

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

101

104
105
106

ZS-62113

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 4 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-4-W202.1-

FTM202.1-4/28

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

108

SOV-62114

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 5

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-5-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K5-63/64/65

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

109

ZS-62114

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 5 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-5-W202.1-

FTM202.1-5/29

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

SOV-62115

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 6

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-6-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K6-66/67/68

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

107

110
111
112

ZS-62115

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 6 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-6-W202.1-

FTM202.1-6/30

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

114

SOV-62116

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 7

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-7-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K7-69/70/71

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

115

ZS-62116

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 7 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-7-W202.1-

FTM202.1-7/31

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

SOV-62117

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 8

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-8-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K8-72/73/74

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

113

116
117
118

ZS-62117

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 8 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-8-W202.1-

FTM202.1-8/32

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

120

SOV-62118

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 9

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-9-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K9-75/76/77

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

121

ZS-62118

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 9 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-9-W202.1-

FTM202.1-9/33

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

123

SOV-62119

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 10

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-10-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K10-78/79/80

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

124

119

122
ZS-62119

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 10 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-10-W202.1-

FTM202.1-10/34

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

126

SOV-62120

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 11

NO

TURB SKID

125 VDC

TCP-2-2-11-W202.1-

FTM202.1-K11-81/82/83

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY). 1 = CLOSE VALVE

127

ZS-62120

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVE NO. 11 CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-11-W202.1-

FTM202.1-11/35

K292

GAS FUEL STAGING VALVES LOW VOLTAGE SHUTDOWN

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-14-W202.1-

FTM202.1-14/38

125
OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

128
129

0/1

0/1

0/1

0/1

ALARM

100mS

ESN

OPT: GAS FUEL (25 PPM OR 15 PPM DLE ONLY)

130
131

SOV-64217

COMBUSTOR DRAIN VALVE

NO

TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-3-22-W103.2-

FTM103.2-K6-16/17/18

132

ZS-64217

COMBUSTOR DRAIN VALVE CLOSED

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-2-2-21-W202.1-

FTM202.1-21/45

OPT: DLE. 1 = OPEN VALVE

PDT-62578

GAS FUEL FILTER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

IN11

4-20S

TCP-1-6-11-W106.1-

FTM106.1-78/75/76

23.2

PSID

FTM111.2-7/31

5.9

INCH

5,6

ES

OPT: DLE

133
134
135

PDT-62578SEL

136

GAS FUEL FILTER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

4.1

23.2

3.6

23.7
14.5

PSID

0.3

PSID

1.6

0.2

1.7

BARD

SF

1.0

BARD

PDAH

1.6

BARD

PDAHH

150.0

mm

LAH

PDT-62578SEL

GAS FUEL FILTER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

138

LSH-FV0822B

GAS FUEL FILTER SKID 1ST STAGE (FILTER A)

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-31-W111.2-

139

LSH-FV0822A

GAS FUEL FILTER SKID 2ND STAGE (FILTER A)

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-32-W111.2-

FTM111.2-8/32

5.9

INCH

150.0

mm

LAH

140

LSH-FV0821B

GAS FUEL FILTER SKID 1ST STAGE (FILTER B)

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-33-W111.2-

FTM111.2-9/33

5.9

INCH

150.0

mm

LAH

141

LSH-FV0821A

GAS FUEL FILTER SKID 2ND STAGE (FILTER B)

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-34-W111.2-

FTM111.2-10/34

5.9

INCH

150.0

mm

LAH

137

142
143

NOTES
1. SENSOR FAILURE: DEFAULT TO 4585 kPaG (665 PSIG).
2. HIGHER TGAS VALUE WILL BE USED.
3. ONE SENSOR OUT OF RANGE = ALARM & REMOVE BAD SENSOR FROM AVERAGE.
4. BOTH SENSORS OUT OF RANGE = ALARM DEFAULT TGAS TO LAST GOOD VALUE.
5. T48 > 400 DEG F (204 DEG C)
6. VALVE NOT CLOSED (=0)

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

====== END ======

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


FUEL (DLE) SYSTEM

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 4 OF 13, PAGE 6 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


GENERATOR LUBE OIL SYSTEM

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-2-1-

N102-5/6/7

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

97.0

97.0

LAHH

91.0

91.0

LT-0001

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK LEVEL

LT-0001SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK LEVEL

LT-0001SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK LEVEL

LT-0001SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK LEVEL

61.0

61.0

LAL

LT-0001SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK LEVEL

55.0

55.0

LALL

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

OPT: 50 Hz. LT-0001 CONNECTED TO N102 VIA ISOLATOR ISO2


ESN

LAH

X
1

HE-0005/8 PERM

ESN

6
7

PDT-0015

GEN/GB LUBE OIL FILTER DIFF PRESS

PDT-0015SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL FILTER DIFF PRESS

PT-0029A

GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS (A)

PT-0029ASEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS (A)

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-4-4-

N104-16/17/19

0.0

35.0

-0.7

35.7
20.0

PSID

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-4-1-

N104-4/5/7

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

PSIG

PSID

0.0

241.3

-0.7

35.7

kPaD

SF

137.9

kPaD

PDAH

0.0

689.5

-13.8

703.3

kPaD

SF

kPaD

PAL

OPT: 50 HZ

9
10
11

40.0

PSIG

275.8

1,3

OPT: 50 HZ
ESN

ESN

12
13
14

PT-0029B

GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS (B)

PT-0029BSEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS (B)

PT-0123

GEN/GB LUBE OIL DC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-4-2-

N104-8/9/11

0.0

100.0

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-4-3-

N104-12/13/15

0.0

100.0

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-4-5-

N104-20/21/23

-5.0

5.0

-2.0

102.0

PSIG

102.0

PSIG

40.0

0.0

689.5

0.0

689.5

-13.8

-127.0

127.0

-129.5

PSIG

-13.8

703.3

kPaD

SF

kPaD

PAL

703.3

kPaD

SF

129.5

mm H2O

SF

-25.4

mm H2O

PDAH

275.8

X
1,3

OPT: 50 HZ

15
16
17

PT-0123SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL DC PUMP DISCHARGE PRESS

-2.0
20.0

PSIG

137.9

kPaD

PAL

X
1,3

OPT: 50 HZ
ESN

18
19

PDT-0124

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK VACUUM PRESS

20

PDT-0124SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK VACUUM PRESS

22

TE-0020A1

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP (A1)

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-20-3-

N320-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-20-4-

N320-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-5.1

5.1

IN H2O

-1.0

IN H2O

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

OPT: 50 HZ

OPT: 50 Hz

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

OPT: 50 Hz

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

10.0

DEG F

5.6

DEG C

21
23

TE-0020A2

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP (A2)

24

TE-0020A1/A2

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP

25

TE-0020A1/A2

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP

110.0

DEG F

43.3

HD

26

TE-0020SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP

DEG C

EVENT

27

TE-0020SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP

90.0

DEG F

32.2

DEG C

EVENT

28

TE-0020SEL

GEN/GB LUBE OIL TANK TEMP

70.0

DEG F

21.1

DEG C

TAL

TE-0058

HE-0005/8 OFF
HE-0005/8 ON
X

29
GEN/GB LUBE OIL SUPPLY AFTER COOLER TEMP

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-20-2-

N320-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

32

TE-6079

GEARBOX BEARING HS PINION TEMP (EXTENSION END)

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-18-4-

N318-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

33

30

TE-6079SEL

GEARBOX BEARING HS PINION TEMP (EXTENSION END)

240.0

DEG F

115.6

DEG C

TAHH

34

TE-6079SEL

GEARBOX BEARING HS PINION TEMP (EXTENSION END)

225.0

DEG F

107.2

DEG C

TAH

X
X

OPT: 50 Hz

31
OPT: 50 Hz
ESN

35
36

TE-6080

GEARBOX BEARING HS PINION TEMP (BLIND END)

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

37

TE-6080SEL

GEARBOX BEARING HS PINION TEMP (BLIND END)

240.0

DEG F

115.6

DEG C

TAHH

38

TE-6080SEL

GEARBOX BEARING HS PINION TEMP (BLIND END)

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-18-5-

N318-20/21/22/23

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

225.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

107.2

DEG C

TAH

X
X

OPT: 50 Hz
ESN

39
40

TE-6081

GEARBOX BEARING LSP SHAFT TEMP (EXTENSION END)

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

41

TE-6081SEL

GEARBOX BEARING LSP SHAFT TEMP (EXTENSION END)

240.0

DEG F

115.6

DEG C

TAHH

42

TE-6081SEL

GEARBOX BEARING LSP SHAFT TEMP (EXTENSION END)

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-18-2-

N318-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

225.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

107.2

DEG C

TAH

X
X

OPT: 50 Hz
ESN

43
44

TE-6082

GEARBOX BEARING LSP SHAFT TEMP (BLIND END)

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

45

TE-6082SEL

GEARBOX BEARING LSP SHAFT TEMP (BLIND END)

240.0

DEG F

115.6

DEG C

TAHH

46

TE-6082SEL

GEARBOX BEARING LSP SHAFT TEMP (BLIND END)

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-18-3-

N318-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

225.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

107.2

DEG C

TAH

X
X

OPT: 50 Hz
ESN

47
48

TE-6084

GEARBOX LUBE OIL DRAIN TEMP

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

49

TE-6084SEL

GEARBOX LUBE OIL DRAIN TEMP

240.0

DEG F

115.6

DEG C

TAHH

50

TE-6084SEL

GEARBOX LUBE OIL DRAIN TEMP

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-18-1-

N318-4/5/6/7

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

225.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

107.2

DEG C

TAH

OPT: 50 Hz

MOT-0033A

GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP (A)

NC

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-35-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K3-7/8/9

14

OPT: 50 HZ. 0 = PUMP ON

MOT-0033B

GEN/GB LUBE OIL AC PUMP (B)

NC

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-51-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K3-7/8/9

14

OPT: 50 HZ. 0 = PUMP ON

MOT-0034

GEN/GB EMERGENCY DC LUBE OIL PUMP

NC

DC STRTR1

125 VDC

TCP-1-8-21-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K5-13/14/15

14

OPT: 50 HZ. 0 = PUMP ON

MOT-6899

GEARBOX TURNING GEAR

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-3-15-W103.1-

FTM103.1-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46

14

OPT: 50 HZ

60

HE-0005

GEN (/GB) LUBE OIL TANK HEATER (A)

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-33-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K1-1/2/3

61

HE-0008

GEN (/GB) LUBE OIL TANK HEATER (B)

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-49-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K1-1/2/3

MOT-0236

GEN/GB LUBE AIR/OIL SEPARATOR

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-36-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K4-10/11/12

LS-60001A

GEARBOX LUBE OIL RUNDOWN TANK LEVEL (LEFT SIDE TANK) (A)

1/0

NO

IN

24 VDC

MGTB-3-49-6-

N349-15

6.0

INCH

152.4

mm

LALL

OPT: 50 Hz. 0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH

LS-60001B

GEARBOX LUBE OIL RUNDOWN TANK LEVEL (RIGHT SIDE TANK) (B)

1/0

NO

IN

24 VDC

MGTB-3-49-7-

N349-16

6.0

INCH

152.4

mm

LALL

OPT: 50 Hz. 0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH

LS-6041A

GEN LUBE OIL RUNDOWN TANK LEVEL (DRIVE END) (A)

1/0

NO

IN

24 VDC

MGTB-3-49-11-

N349-20

6.0

INCH

152.4

mm

LALL

0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH

LS-6042A

GEN LUBE OIL RUNDOWN TANK LEVEL (NON-DRIVE END) (A)

1/0

NO

IN

24 VDC

MGTB-3-49-13-

N349-22

6.0

INCH

152.4

mm

LALL

0 = LIQUID LEVEL BELOW SWITCH

IN

4-20S

MGTB-3-21-1-

N321-4/5/7

NO

IN

24 VDC

MGTB-3-49-8-

N349-17

ESN
X

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

62
63

OPT: 50 HZ. AUX CONTACT ON MTR STRT USED TO START MOT-0237 (MOT0237 USED W/FIN-FAN OPT ONLY)

64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

PT-6026

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY PRESS

74

PSL-6018

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY LOW PRESS

75

0.0

100.0

-1.00
20.0

106.25

PSIG

0.0

689.5

PSIG

-6.9
137.9

732.6

kPaG

SF

kPaG

PAL

PSLL-6019

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY LOW LOW PRESS

NO

IN

24 VDC

MGTB-3-49-9-

N349-18

12.0

PSIG

82.7

kPaG

PALL

77

PSL-6050

GEN JACKING OIL PUMP INLET LOW PRESS

NO

IN

24 VDC

MGTB-3-49-2-

N349-11

10.0

PSIG

68.9

kPaG

PAL

78

PSLL-6051

GEN JACKING OIL PUMP INLET LOW LOW PRESS

NO

IN

24 VDC

MGTB-3-49-3-

N349-12

5.0

PSIG

34.5

kPaG

PALL

X
ESN

76
ESN

79

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DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
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GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


GENERATOR LUBE OIL SYSTEM

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

80

TE-6021

GEN BEARING TEMP (DRIVE END)

81

TE-6021SEL

GEN BEARING TEMP (DRIVE END)

82

TE-6021SEL

GEN BEARING TEMP (DRIVE END)

83

TE-6021SEL

GEN BEARING TEMP (DRIVE END)

85

TE-6023

GEN BEARING TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)

86

TE-6023SEL

GEN BEARING TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)

87

TE-6023SEL

GEN BEARING TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)

88

TE-6023SEL

GEN BEARING TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)

90

TE-6025

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP

91

TE-6025SEL

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP

92

TE-6025SEL

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP

93

TE-6025SEL

GEN LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMP

95

TE-6035

GEN BEARING OIL DRAIN TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)

96

TE-6035SEL

GEN BEARING OIL DRAIN TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)

97

TE-6035SEL

GEN BEARING OIL DRAIN TEMP (NON-DRIVE END)

TE-6036

GEN BEARING OIL DRAIN TEMP (DRIVE END)

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-17-4-

N317-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

203.0

DEG F

95.0

DEG C

TAHH

11

197.0

DEG F

91.7

DEG C

TAH

11

DEG C

EVENT

198.9

DEG C

SF

95.0

DEG C

TAHH

11

91.7

DEG C

TAH

11

DEG C

EVENT

198.9

DEG C

SF

87.8

DEG C

TAHH

11, 12

71.1

DEG C

TAH

11, 12

DEG C

EVENT

DEG C

SF

14.0

DEG F

-10.0

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

X
ESN
X
X

84
IN

RTD

MGTB-3-17-2-

N317-8/9/10/11

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

203.0

DEG F

197.0

DEG F

14.0

-53.9

648.9

DEG F

-42.7

-10.0

X
ESN
X
X

89
IN

RTD

MGTB-3-17-1-

N317-4/5/6/7

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

190.0

DEG F

160.0

DEG F

40.0

-53.9

648.9

DEG F

-42.7

4.4

X
ESN
X

94
IN

RTD

MGTB-3-17-3-

N317-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0
189.0

DEG F

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-17-5-

N317-20/21/22/23

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

390.0

DEG F

194.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

TAHH

11, 12

87.2

DEG C

TAH

11, 12

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

DEG F

90.0

X
ESN
X

98
99

100

TE-6036SEL

GEN BEARING OIL DRAIN TEMP (DRIVE END)

194.0

DEG F

90.0

DEG C

TAHH

11, 12

101

TE-6036SEL

GEN BEARING OIL DRAIN TEMP (DRIVE END)

189.0

DEG F

87.2

DEG C

TAH

11, 12

ESN
X

102
103

TE-6056

GEN THRUST BEARING TEMP (INBOARD)

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

104

TE-6056SEL

GEN THRUST BEARING TEMP (INBOARD)

221.0

DEG F

105.0

DEG C

TAHH

11, 12

105

TE-6056SEL

GEN THRUST BEARING TEMP (INBOARD)

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-16-3-

N316-12/13/14/15

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

212.0

DEG F

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

100.0

DEG C

TAH

11, 12

TE-6057

GEN THRUST BEARING TEMP (OUTBOARD)

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

MOT-6031

GEN JACKING OIL PUMP

ESN
X

106
107

IN

RTD

MGTB-3-17-6-

N317-24/25/26/27

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-58-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K10-28/29/30

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

108
109

NO

14

110
111

NOTES
1. PART OF AUXILIARY SYSTEM CHECK SEQUENCE
2. HEATER ON AT 90 DEG. F (32.2 DEG C) DECR AND OFF AT 110 DEG F (43.3 DEG C) INCR. HEATER ALSO THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED AT 90 DEG. F (32.2 DEG C) DECR
3. ESN TO ABORT START IF PRESSURE IS LOW DURING THE AUXILIARY SYSTEM CHECK SEQUENCE. ALARM IF PRESSURE BECOMES LOW AFTER THE AUXILIARY SYSTEM CHECK IS COMPLETED.
4. DURING START CYCLE, OR RUN CYCLE ONE LEVEL SWITCH PER TANK (0) TRIPPED = ALARM. ALL SWITCHES MUST SHOW TANKS FULL (1) BEFORE ALLOWING STARTER ENGAGEMENT.
5. START PERMISSIVE IF TANK LEVEL 60% OR MORE.
6. GT START CRANK INHIBITED IF GENERATOR LUBE OIL SUPPLY TEMPERATURE < 40 DEG F (< 4.4 DEG C), OR IF BEARING METAL TEMP < 14 DEG F (< -10.0 DEG C). WARM LUBE OIL WILL BE USED TO WARM UP BEARING TO 40 DEG F (4.4 DEG C) BEFORE STARTER ENGAGEMENT WILL BE ALLOWED.
7. INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK.
8. FOR 60HZ: ONCE XNSD > 3000 RPM THEN SHUTDOWN AC LUBE PUMP AND ENABLE PSL-6017. IF PRESSURE IS LOW THEN START AC PUMP AND KEEP IT ON UNTIL UNIT SHUTDOWN
9. INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK.
10. INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK.
11. SETTINGS FOR BRUSH GENERATOR
12. SETTINGS FOR MEIDENSHA GENERATOR
13. SETTINGS FOR GE GENERATOR
14. WHEN THE UNIT IS EITHER CRANKING, STARTING OR CRANKSOAK WATERWASHING THE FOLLOWING IS TO BE DONE:
a. FOR 50HZ: SEQUENCE ALL GEN/GB LUBE OIL PUMPS TO VERIFY DISCHARGE PRESSURE. LEAVE PRIMARY AC PUMP ON AFTER PRESSURE VERIFICATIONS ARE COMPLETE.
b. FOR 60HZ: START THE GENERATOR AC LUBE OIL PUMP.
c. START THE HYD. STARTER AND AFTER THE GEN LUBE PUMP HAS RUN FOR 15 SEC. CHECK FOR JACKING OIL PUMP SUCTION PRESSURE. IF PRESSURE PRESENT START THE JACKING OIL PUMP.
d. FOR 50HZ: 15 SEC AFTER STARTING THE JACKING PUMP & IF XN25 > 2200 RPM, START TURNING GEAR MOTOR, AFTER 30 SEC. CHECK IF XNSD > 190 RPM, IF NOT ESN
e. FOR 50HZ: WHEN XNSD > 1000 RPM SHUTDOWN TURNING GEAR AND JACKING OIL PUMP.
f. FOR 60HZ: WHEN XNSD > 1000 RPM SHUTDOWN JACKING OIL PUMP.
g. FOR 50HZ: IF SHUTDOWN SHOULD OCCUR DURING STARTING WHILE TURNING GEAR AND JACKING OIL PUMP ARE ON, SHUTDOWN TURNING GEAR MOTOR IMMEDIATELY, BUT WAIT 15 SEC. BEFORE SHUTTING DOWN JACKING OIL PUMP.
h. FOR 60HZ: IF SHUTDOWN SHOULD OCCUR DURING STARTING WHILE JACKING OIL PUMP IS ON, WAIT 15 SEC. BEFORE SHUTTING DOWN JACKING OIL PUMP.
i. FOR 60HZ: WHEN XNSD > 3000 RPM DE-ENERGIZE AC LUBE OIL PUMP
15. INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK.
16. ESN IF PRESSURE IS LOW DURING THE AUXILIARY SYSTEM CHECK SEQUENCE.
ALARM IF PRESSURE BECOMES LOW AFTER THE AUXILIARY SYSTEM CHECK IS COMPLETED.
17. WHEN AC PUMP STARTS IT MUST VERIFY AT THIS PRESSURE IN 15 SECONDS DURING AUXILIARY SYSTEM CHECK SEQUENCE. IF FAIL THEN ESN AND BLOCK TURBINE CRANK.
18. WHEN DC PUMP STARTS IT MUST VERIFY AT THIS PRESSURE IN 15 SECONDS DURING AUXILIARY SYSTEM CHECK SEQUENCE. IF FAIL THEN ESN AND BLOCK TURBINE CRANK.
19. TEMPERATURE MUST BE HIGHER THAN 70 DEG F (21.1 DEG C) FOR ENGINE TO START.
20. WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER LOUVERS (SOV-68349) OPEN IF TE-61069 > 50 DEG F (10.0 DEG C) OR TE-60019 > 50 DEG F (10.0 DEG C)
21. WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER LOUVERS (SOV-68349) CLOSE IF TE-61069 < 30 DEG F (-1.1 DEG C) AND TE-60019 < 34 DEG F (1.1 DEG C)
22. THE SELECTED WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER FAN (MOT-6090 OR MOT-6091) IS ON IF TE-61069 > 70 DEG F (21.1 DEG C) OR TE-60019 > 70 DEG F (21.1 DEG C) AND ENGINE CRANKING OR RUNNING
23. THE SELECTED WINTERIZED FIN FAN LUBE OIL COOLER FAN (MOT-6090 OR MOT-6091) IS OFF IF TE-61069 < 35 DEG F (1.7 DEG C) AND TE-60019 < 35 DEG F (1.7 DEG C) OR ENGINE IS NOT CRANKING OR RUNNING

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

====== END ======

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
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DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
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GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


FIRE SYSTEM

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

150.0

PSIG

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

1034.2

kPaG

PAHH

NOTE

ALARM

PSHH-6348*

FIRE SUPPRESSANT AGENT RELEASED

NC

IN

24VDC

TCP-1-41-4-

N141-13

FPP_MSD

FIRE/GAS MONITOR SD

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-5-W111.1-

FTM111.1-5/29

AHH

FPP_MF

FIRE/GAS MONITOR FAILURE

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-1-

N141-10

AH

FPP_ALELT

ALARM L.E.L. - TURB ROOM

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-2-

N141-11

AH

FPP_ALELG

ALARM L.E.L. - GEN ROOM

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-3-

N141-12

AH

FPP_SLELT

SD L.E.L. - TURB ROOM

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-6-W111.1-

FTM111.1-6/30

AHH

FPP_SLELG

SD L.E.L. - GEN ROOM

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-7-W111.1-

FTM111.1-7/31

AHH

10

AE-6304A

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

15.0

%LEL

15.0

%LEL

AH

11

AE-6304A

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

25.0

%LEL

25.0

%LEL

AHH

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

ESN

2
ESN

FIRE DETECTED - CONTACT CHANGES STATE ON POWER UP

ESN
ESN

9
X
ESN

12
13

AE-6304B

14

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

15.0

%LEL

15.0

%LEL

AH

AE-6304B

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

25.0

%LEL

25.0

%LEL

AHH

16

AE-6304C

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

15.0

%LEL

15.0

%LEL

AH

17

AHH

X
ESN

15
AE-6304C

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

25.0

%LEL

25.0

%LEL

19

AE-6304D

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

15.0

%LEL

15.0

%LEL

AH

20

AE-6304D

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

25.0

%LEL

25.0

%LEL

AHH

22

AE-6304E

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

15.0

%LEL

15.0

%LEL

AH

23

AHH

X
ESN

18
X
ESN

21
AE-6304E

TURBINE ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

25.0

%LEL

25.0

%LEL

25

AE-6313

GENERATOR ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

15.0

%LEL

15.0

%LEL

AH

26

AE-6313

GENERATOR ENCLOSURE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR

FPP

25.0

%LEL

25.0

%LEL

AHH

28

AE-3029

TURBINE ENCLOSURE IR GAS DETECTOR

FPP

5.0

%LEL

5.0

%LEL

AH

29

10.0

%LEL

10.0

%LEL

AHH

X
ESN

24
X
ESN

27
AE-3029

TURBINE ENCLOSURE IR GAS DETECTOR

FPP

31

AE-3030

TURBINE ENCLOSURE IR GAS DETECTOR

FPP

5.0

%LEL

5.0

%LEL

AH

32

AE-3030

TURBINE ENCLOSURE IR GAS DETECTOR

FPP

10.0

%LEL

10.0

%LEL

AHH

BE-6300

TURBINE ENCLOSURE OPTICAL FLAME DETECTOR

FPP

X
ESN

30
X
ESN

33
34
35
36

BE-6302

TURBINE ENCLOSURE OPTICAL FLAME DETECTOR

FPP

BE-6311

GENERATOR ENCLOSURE OPTICAL FLAME DETECTOR

FPP

BE-6335

TURBINE ENCLOSURE OPTICAL FLAME DETECTOR

FPP

HS-6363

CO2 PURGE SWITCH

FPP

HS-6305

HORN SILENCE SWITCH

FPP

HS-6308

MANUAL RELEASE STATION

FPP

HS-6309

MANUAL RELEASE STATION

FPP

HS-6312

MANUAL RELEASE STATION

FPP

TS-6303

TURBINE ENCLOSURE THERMAL SPOT DETECTOR

FPP

TS-6307

GENERATOR ENCLOSURE THERMAL SPOT DETECTOR

FPP

TS-6310

GENERATOR ENCLOSURE THERMAL SPOT DETECTOR

FPP

TS-6314

TURBINE ENCLOSURE THERMAL SPOT DETECTOR

FPP

SOV-6359

FIRE SUPPRESSANT AGENT AUTO / MANUAL RELEASE VALVE

FPP

SOV-6360

FIRE SUPPRESSANT AGENT AUTO / MANUAL RELEASE VALVE

FPP

SOV-6361

FIRE SUPPRESSANT AGENT AUTO / MANUAL RELEASE VALVE

FPP

SOV-6362

FIRE SUPPRESSANT AGENT AUTO / MANUAL RELEASE VALVE

FPP

YSA-6306

FIRE / GAS ALARM HORN

FPP

YSA-6346

FIRE / GAS ALARM HORN

FPP

YSA-6347

FIRE / GAS ALARM HORN

FPP

YSL-6301

FIRE / GAS SYSTEM BEACON LIGHT

FPP

YSL-6336

FIRE / GAS SYSTEM BEACON LIGHT

FPP

YSL-6344

FIRE / GAS SYSTEM BEACON LIGHT

FPP

YSL-6345

FIRE / GAS SYSTEM BEACON LIGHT

FPP

ZS-6364

SERVICE BALL VALVE POSITION SWITCH

FPP

ZS-63106

SERVICE BALL VALVE POSITION SWITCH

FPP

TS-63102

GEARBOX THERMAL SPOT DETECTOR

FPP

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88

NOTES

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

====== END ======

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


FIRE SYSTEM

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 6 OF 13, PAGE 9 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


WATER WASH

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

LS-6543

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

WATER WASH TANK LEVEL CONTROL

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-8-

N248-17

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

23.0

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

23.0

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

LAL

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

HE-6536 PERM

2
3

HS-6505

WATER WASH CONTROL STATION

NO

IN

24 VDC

MTTB-2-48-9-

N248-18

SOV-6540

WATER WASH PURGE AIR VALVE

NO

AUX SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-64-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52

MOT-6535

WATER WASH SUPPLY PUMP

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-47-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46

2
2

4
5

1 = OPEN VALVE

6
7
8
9

HE-6536

WATER WASH TANK HEATER

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-3-16-W103.1-

FTM103.1-K16A/B-49/50/51-54/53/52

SOV-6504

WATER WASH OFF-LINE SUPPLY VALVE

NO

TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-63-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46

1 = OPEN VALVE

SOV-6516

WATER WASH ON-LINE SUPPLY VALVE

NO

TURB SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-62-W108.4-

FTM108.4-K14-40/41/42

1 = OPEN VALVE

10
11
12
13
14
15

NOTES
1. INTENTIONALLY BLANK.
2. HEATER AND PUMP OFF IF LEVEL LOW.

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

REVISION LIST
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DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

====== END ======

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


WATER WASH

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 7 OF 13, PAGE 10 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


SPRINT SYSTEM MAIN UNIT

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PT-62239

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

SPRINT WATER OUTER MANIFOLD PRESS

PT-62239SEL

SPRINT WATER OUTER MANIFOLD PRESS

PT-62250

SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD PRESS

PT-62250SEL

SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD PRESS

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

IN18

4-20S

TCP-1-6-22-W106.2-

FTM106.2-48/45/46

0.0

300.0

-6.0

306.0

PSIG

0.0

2068.4

-41.4

2109.8

kPaG

SF

kPaG

PAL

IN18

4-20S

TCP-1-7-22-W107.2-

FTM107.2-48/45/46

0.0

300.0

306.0

PSIG

0.0

2068.4

2109.8

kPaG

SF

kPaG

PAL

60.0

PSIG

413.7

NOTE

ALARM

X
4

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

OPT: SPRINT

3
-6.0
60.0

PSIG

-41.4
413.7

X
4

OPT: SPRINT

6
7

PT-62241

PT-62241SEL

SPRINT AIR MANIFOLD PRESS

PT-62269

SPRINT INLET AIR MANIFOLD PRESS

SPRINT AIR MANIFOLD PRESS

PT-62269SEL

SPRINT INLET AIR MANIFOLD PRESS

IN19

4-20S

TCP-1-6-23-W106.2-

FTM106.2-54/51/52

0.0

300.0

IN21

4-20S

TCP-1-6-25-W106.2-

FTM106.2-66/63/64

0.0

300.0

-6.0

306.0

SEE NOTE

SEE NOTE

PSIG

-6.0

306.0

PSIG

PSIG

SEE NOTE

SEE NOTE

PSIG

0.0

2068.4

0.0

2068.4

-41.4

2109.8

kPaG

SF

SEE NOTE

SEE NOTE

kPaG

PALL

-41.4

2109.8

kPaG

SF

SEE NOTE

SEE NOTE

kPaG

PALL

X
3

OPT: SPRINT

9
10
11

X
3

OPT: SPRINT

12
13

NOTES
1. INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK.
2. INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK.
3. SPRINT SD PS3 x 0.25 DECR FOR > 1 SEC
4. ALARM LOW AFTER 30 SEC DELAY

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

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CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


SPRINT SYSTEM SKID

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PDSH-62233

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

SPRINT WATER FILTER HIGH DIFF PRESS

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-24-W111.1-

FTM111.1-24/48

NO

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

10.0

PSID

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

68.9

kPaD

PDAH

LPM

SF

kPaG

PAL

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

OPT: SPRINT

2
3

FT-62231

SPRINT WATER FLOW RATE (SUPPLY)

PSL-62227

SPRINT WATER PUMP DISCHARGE LOW PRESS

IN20

4-20S

TCP-1-6-24-W106.2-

FTM106.2-60/57/58

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-23-W111.1-

FTM111.1-23/47

FCV-62230

SPRINT WATER FLOW CONTROL VALVE

SOV-62251

SPRINT WATER PURGE AIR CONTROL VALVE

MOT-62226

SPRINT WATER SUPPLY PUMP

SOV-62252
SOV-62238

0.0

30.0

-0.6

30.6

GPM

0.0

113.6

-22.7

115.8

OPT: SPRINT

OUT8

4-20S

TCP-1-7-32-W107.2-

FTM107.2-11/10/12

NO

SPRINT SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-6-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K6-66/67/68

OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE

NO

MCC

120/230 VAC

TCP-1-8-45-W108.3-

FTM108.3-K13-37/38/39

OPT: SPRINT. AUX CONTACT ON MTR STRT USED TO START MOT-64214 &
MOT-64215 (IF USED)

SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD BLOCK VLV (DWNSTREAM)

NO

SPRINT SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-3-W108.1-

FTM108.1-K3-7/8/9

OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE

SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD BLOWDOWN VALVE

NO

SPRINT SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-11-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K11-81/82/83

OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE

SOV-62330

SPRINT INTER-STAGE WATER MANIFOLD BLOWDOWN VALVE

NO

SPRINT SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-12-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K12-84/85/86

OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE

SOV-62253

SPRINT INTER-STAGE NOZZLE WATER BLOCK VALVE

1#

NO

SPRINT SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-5-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K5-63/64/65

OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE

SOV-62502

SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD DRAIN VALVE

NO

SPRINT SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-4-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K4-60/61/62

OPT: SPRINT. 1 = CLOSE VALVE

SOV-62501

SPRINT INLET WATER MANIFOLD BLOCK VALVE (UPSTREAM)

1#

NO

SPRINT SKID

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-3-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K3-57/58/59

OPT: SPRINT. 1 = OPEN VALVE

4
5

75.0

PSIG

517.1

OPT: SPRINT

6
7

0.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

OPT: SPRINT

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

NOTES

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

DATE:
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ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
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CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


AUXILIARY SKID

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

INLET STATIC PRESS (P0)

IN15

4-20S

TCP-1-6-19-W106.2-

FTM106.2-30/27/28

0.0

16.0

8.0

16.0

PSIA

0.0

110.3

55.2

110.3

kPaA

SF

21

TAG NO.

PT-6863

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

2
3

HPC DISCHARGE STATIC PRESS (PS3A)

IN24

4-20S

TCP-1-6-28-W106.2-

FTM106.2-84/81/82

0.0

600.0

10.0

530.0

PSIA

0.0

4136.9

68.9

3654.2

kPaA

SF

PT-6814

HPC DISCHARGE STATIC PRESS (PS3B)

IN24

4-20S

TCP-1-7-28-W107.2-

FTM107.2-84/81/82

0.0

600.0

10.0

530.0

PSIA

0.0

4136.9

68.9

3654.2

kPaA

SF

PT-6804/14

PT-6804

HPC DISCHARGE STATIC PRESS PS3

10.0

530.0

PSIA

68.9

3654.2

kPaA

SF

PT-6804/14

HPC DISCHARGE STATIC PRESS PS3

10.0

15.0

PSIA

68.9

103.4

kPaA

HD

19

DM
5

7
8

PT-6859A

HPC INLET TOTAL PRESS (P25A)

IN9

4-20

TCP-1-6-9-W106.1-

FTM106.1-66/63/64

0.0

100.0

8.0

45.0

PSIA

0.0

689.5

55.2

310.3

kPaA

PT-6859B

HPC INLET TOTAL PRESS (P25B)

IN9

4-20S

TCP-1-7-9-W107.1-

FTM107.1-66/63/64

0.0

100.0

8.0

45.0

PSIA

0.0

689.5

55.2

310.3

kPaA

10

PT-6859A/B

HPC INLET TOTAL PRESS P25

55.2

310.3

kPaA

SF

20

PT-6859A/B

HPC INLET TOTAL PRESS P25

68.9

kPaA

HD

18

965.3

kPaA

SF

15

11

8.0

45.0

PSIA

10.0

PSIA

140.0

PSIA

SF
SF

DM

12
13

PT-6860

LPT INLET TOTAL PRESS (P48)

IN16

15

PT-6861A

THRUST BALANCE PRESS (PTB1A)

IN10

4-20

TCP-1-6-10-W106.1-

FTM106.1-72/69/70

0.0

150.0

10.0

140.0

PSIA

0.0

1034.2

68.9

965.3

kPaA

SF

16

PT-6861B

THRUST BALANCE PRESS (PTB1B)

IN10

4-20S

4-20S

TCP-1-6-20-W106.2-

TCP-1-7-10-W107.1-

FTM106.2-36/33/34

FTM107.1-72/69/70

0.0

0.0

150.0

150.0

10.0

10.0

140.0

PSIA

0.0

0.0

1034.2

1034.2

68.9

68.9

965.3

kPaA

SF

17

PT-6861A/B

THRUST BALANCE PRESS PTB

10.0

140.0

PSIA

68.9

965.3

kPaA

SF

20

18

PT-6861A/B

THRUST BALANCE PRESS PTB

25.0

PSIA

172.4

kPaA

HD

19

PT-6861A/B

THRUST BALANCE PRESS PTB

6.0

PSIA

41.4

kPaA

HD

14

DM
0.1

DM

20
21

SE-6800

HPC ROTOR SPEED (XN25A)

IN1

MAG

TCP-1-4-1-W104-

FTM104-20/21/2

0.0

12000.0

-1.0

11500.0

RPM

0.0

12000.0

-1.0

11500.0

RPM

SF

2, 3

22

SE-6801

HPC ROTOR SPEED (XN25B)

IN3

MAG

TCP-1-4-3-W104-

FTM104-24/25/6

0.0

12000.0

-1.0

11500.0

RPM

0.0

12000.0

-1.0

11500.0

RPM

SF

2, 3

23

SE-6800/6801

HPC ROTOR SPEED XN25 PICKUP

-1.0

11500.0

RPM

-1.0

11500.0

RPM

SF

2, 3

24

SE-6800/6801

HPC ROTOR SPEED XN25 PICKUP

37.5

RPM

37.5

RPM

HD

25

SE-6800/6801SEL

RPM

SAHH

26

SE-6800/6801SEL

HPC ROTOR SPEED XN25 PICKUP

10700.0

RPM

10700.0

RPM

SAH

SE-6812

LPT ROTOR SPEED (XNSDA/LEFT)

IN2

MAG

TCP-1-4-2-W104-

FTM104-22/23/4

0.0

5000.0

-1.0

4800.0

RPM

0.0

5000.0

-1.0

4800.0

RPM

SF

29

SE-6813

LPT ROTOR SPEED (XNSDB/RIGHT)

IN4

MAG

TCP-1-4-4-W104-

FTM104-26/27/8

0.0

5000.0

-1.0

4800.0

RPM

0.0

5000.0

-1.0

4800.0

RPM

SF

30

SE-6812/6813

LPT ROTOR SPEED XNSD PICKUP

-1.0

4800.0

RPM

-1.0

4800.0

RPM

SF

31

SE-6812/6813

LPT ROTOR SPEED XNSD PICKUP

40.0

RPM

40.0

RPM

HD

32

SE-6812/6813SEL

LPT ROTOR SPEED XNSD PICKUP

4600.0

RPM

4600.0

RPM

SAHH

4300.0

RPM

SAH

60.0

DEG C

SF

HPC ROTOR SPEED XN25 PICKUP

10800.0

RPM

10800.0

RATIO: 1 RPM = 0.74910 HZ


RATIO: 1 RPM = 0.74910 HZ
ES

X
ES
X

27
28

SE-6812/6813SEL

LPT ROTOR SPEED XNSD PICKUP

4300.0

RPM

35

33

TE-6821A

LPC INLET AIR TEMP (T2A)

IN5

RTD

TCP-1-6-5-W106.1-

FTM106.1-39/38/37/40

-70.0

500.0

-65.0

140.0

DEG F

-56.7

260.0

-53.9

36

RATIO: 1 RPM = 0.800 HZ


RATIO: 1 RPM = 0.800 HZ
ES

X
ESN
ES

34
11

TE-6821B

LPC INLET AIR TEMP (T2B)

IN5

RTD

TCP-1-7-5-W107.1-

FTM107.1-39/38/37/40

-70.0

500.0

-65.0

140.0

DEG F

-56.7

260.0

-53.9

60.0

DEG C

SF

11

38

TE-6837A

HPC INLET AIR TEMP (T25A)

IN6

RTD

TCP-1-6-6-W106.1-

FTM106.1-45/44/43/46

-70.0

500.0

-40.0

320.0

DEG F

-56.7

260.0

-40.0

160.0

DEG C

SF

12

39

TE-6837B

HPC INLET AIR TEMP (T25B)

IN6

RTD

TCP-1-7-6-W107.1-

FTM107.1-45/44/43/46

-70.0

500.0

-40.0

320.0

DEG F

-56.7

260.0

-40.0

160.0

DEG C

SF

12

16

16

37

40
41

TE-6838A

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP (T3A)

IN3

TCP-1-6-3-W106.1-

FTM106.1-26/27/28

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1200.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

648.9

DEG C

42

TE-6838B

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP (T3B)

IN3

TCP-1-7-3-W107.1-

FTM107.1-26/27/28

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1200.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

648.9

DEG C

43

TE-6838A/B

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP T3A/B

-40.0

1200.0

DEG F

-40.0

648.9

DEG C

SF

30

44

TE-6838A/B

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP T3A/B

20.0

DEG F

11.1

DEG C

HD

SF

31, 49

45

TE-6838C

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP (T3C)

IN1

TCP-2-7-1-W207.1-

FTM207.1-14/15/16

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1200.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

648.9

DEG C

SF

16

OPT: DLE

46

TE-6838D

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP (T3D)

IN13

TCP-2-7-17-W207.2-

FTM207.2-14/15/16

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1200.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

648.9

DEG C

SF

16

OPT: DLE

47

TE-6838C/D

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP T3C/D

-40.0

1200.0

DEG F

-40.0

648.9

DEG C

SF

48

48

TE-6838C/D

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP T3C/D

20.0

DEG F

11.1

DEG C

HD

49

49

TE-6838AB/CD

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP T3AB/CD (T3SEL)

-40.0

1200.0

DEG F

-40.0

648.9

DEG C

SF

50

50

TE-6838AB/CD

HPC DISCHARGE TEMP T3AB/CD (T3SEL)

40.0

DEG F

22.2

DEG C

HD

51

TE-6843

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48A/UPPER)

IN1

TCP-1-6-1-W106.1-

FTM106.1-14/15/16

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

IN13

SF

X
X

ES

51
52

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

4,6

SEE NOTE

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

53

TE-6844

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48B/UPPER)

TCP-1-7-17-W107.2-

FTM107.2-14/15/16

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

SF

4,6

SEE NOTE

54

TE-6845

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48C/LOWER)

IN2

TCP-1-6-2-W106.1-

FTM106.1-20/21/22

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

4,6

SEE NOTE

55

TE-6846

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48D/LOWER)

IN14

TCP-1-7-18-W107.2-

FTM107.2-20/21/22

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

4,6

SEE NOTE

56

TE-6847

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48E/LOWER)

IN13

TCP-1-6-17-W106.2-

FTM106.2-14/15/16

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

4,6

SEE NOTE

57

TE-6848

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48F/LOWER)

IN1

TCP-1-7-1-W107.1-

FTM107.1-14/15/16

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

4,6

SEE NOTE

58

TE-6849

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48G/UPPER)

IN14

TCP-1-6-18-W106.2-

FTM106.2-20/21/22

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

4,6

SEE NOTE

59

TE-6850

LPT INLET GAS TEMP (T48H/UPPER)

IN2

TCP-1-7-2-W107.1-

FTM107.1-20/21/22

-70.0

2200.0

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-56.7

1204.4

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

4,6

SEE NOTE

60

TE-6843-50

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

61

TE-6843-50

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

62

TE-6843-50

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

-40.0

1900.0

DEG F

-40.0

1037.8

DEG C

SF

10

63

TE-6843-50

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

1000.0

DEG F

37.8

DEG C

HD

64

TE-6843-50

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

700.0

DEG F

371.1

DEG C

HD

46

HD

59

DEG F

65.6

DEG C

HD

47

67

TE-6843-50

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

1850.0

DEG F

1010.0

DEG C

TAHH

68

65

TE-6843-50

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

1750.0

DEG F

954.4

DEG C

TAH

360.0

OHMS

360.0

OHMS

SFL/SFH

OHMS

MCDAL

360.0

OHMS

360.0

OHMS

SFL/SFH

OHMS

MCDAL

OHMS

SFL/SFH

66

TE-6843-50
TE-6843-50

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

275.0

LPT INLET GAS TEMP T48

150.0

DEG F

135.0

DEG C

90

60

60
1

ES

69
70
71

MCD-6865

TURB SUMP TGB/A MAG CHIP DET (CHPDTA)

MCD-6865SEL

TURB SUMP TGB/A MAG CHIP DET (CHPDTA)

73

MCD-6866

TURB SUMP B MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR (CHPDTB)

74

MCD-6866SEL

TURB SUMP B MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR (CHPDTB)

76

MCD-6870

TURB SUMP COM MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR (CHPDTC)

77

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-10-1-

N210-4/5/6/7

Ohms

Ohms

30.0

IN

RTD

MTTB-2-11-1-

N211-4/5/6/7

Ohms

Ohms

30.0

75.0

Ohms

Ohms

30.0

Ohms

Ohms

30.0

OHMS

75.0

X
52

2.5

72
75.0

OHMS

75.0

X
52

2.5

75
IN

RTD

MTTB-2-12-1-

N212-4/5/6/7

Ohms

Ohms

OUT

mA

TCP-1-9-1-W109-

FTM109-2/3/1

-80.0

120.0

30.0

360.0

75.0

OHMS

Ohms

Ohms

-80.0

120.0

OHMS

30.0

360.0

75.0

MCD-6870SEL

TURB SUMP COM MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR (CHPDTC)

OHMS

MCDAL

52

79

FCV-6871

VBV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR

80

FCV-6871

VBV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR

10.0

mA

10.0

mA

AH

23,28,39

81

FCV-6871

VBV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR

15.0

mA

15.0

mA

AHH

23,28,39

ZE-6871A-B

VBV LVDT EXCITATION (LEFT/RIGHT)

2.5

78

82

OUT

VRMS

TCP-1-9-1-W109-

ZE-6871A1

VBVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-9-1-W109-

FTM109-8/9/7

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

ZE-6871A2

VBVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-9-1-W109-

FTM109-11/12/10

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

VBVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT)

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

86

ZE-6871B1

VBVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-9-1-W109-

FTM109-14/15/13

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

87

ZE-6871B2

VBVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-9-1-W109-

FTM109-17/18/16

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

88

ZE-6871B

VBVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT)

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

89

ZE-6871

VBV LVDT RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

90

ZE-6871

VBV LVDT RETURN

9.0

9.0

HD

23,29

91

ZE-6871

VBV LVDT RETURN

10.0

10.0

HD

23,29,57

92

ZE-6871PERR

VBV POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

3.0

3.0

HD

23,25,27,28

10.0

HD

23,25,26

ZE-6871PERR

VBV POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE


VIGV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR

10.0

7.0

DM

ZE-6871A

FCV-6872

VRMS

DM
X

85

93

7.0

24,26

84

83

FTM109-5/6/4

mA

VRMS

X
X
8, 18

SF

8, 18

SF

22

X
X
DM

DM

94
95
96

FCV-6872

OUT

mA

TCP-1-10-1-W110-

FTM110-2/3/1

OUT

VRMS

TCP-1-10-1-W110-

FTM110-5/6/4

-80.0

120.0

mA

VIGV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR

97

FCV-6872

VIGV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR

98

ZE-6872A-B

VIGV LVDT EXCITATION (LEFT/RIGHT)

10.0
15.0
7.0

-80.0

120.0

24,26

mA

10.0

mA

15.0

VRMS

7.0

mA

AH

23,28,39

mA

AHH

23,28,39

ZE-6872A1

VIGVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-10-1-W110-

FTM110-8/9/7

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

ZE-6872A2

VIGVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-10-1-W110-

FTM110-11/12/10

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

101

ZE-6872A

VIGVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT)

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

102

ZE-6872B1

VIGVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-10-1-W110-

FTM110-14/15/13

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

103

ZE-6872B2

VIGVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-10-1-W110-

FTM110-17/18/16

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

104

ZE-6872B

VIGVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT)

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

105

ZE-6872

VIGV LVDT RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

3.0

OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)

DM
OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)

99
100

3.0

SI
X

VRMS

OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)


OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)
8, 18

SF

8, 18

SF

22

OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)


OPT: DLE (REQUIRED), SAC (OPTIONAL)
SI

106

ZE-6872

VIGV LVDT RETURN

HD

18,23

107

ZE-6872PERR

VIGV POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

3.0

3.0

HD

23,25,27,28

108

ZE-6872PERR

VIGV POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

10.0

10.0

HD

23,25,26

5
SI

109

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


AUXILIARY SKID

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
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CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


AUXILIARY SKID

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
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All rights reserved.
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LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

110
111

REV

TAG NO.

FCV-6873
FCV-6873

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

VSV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

OUT

mA

TCP-1-10-2-W110-

FTM110-21/22/20

-80.0

120.0

LIMIT DECR
(English)

VSV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR

LIMIT INCR
(English)

10.0

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

mA

-80.0

120.0

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

mA

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

10.0
15.0

ACTION

NOTE

SF

24,26

mA

AH

23,28,39

mA

AHH

23,28,39

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

VSV ACTUATOR TORQ MOTOR


VSV LVDT EXCITATION (LEFT/RIGHT)

OUT

VRMS

TCP-1-10-2-W110-

FTM110-24/25/23

ZE-6873A1

VSVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-10-2-W110-

FTM110-27/28/26

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

115

ZE-6873A2

VSVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT, SEC 2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-10-2-W110-

FTM110-30/31/29

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

116

ZE-6873A

VSVA LVDT RETURN (LEFT)

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

117

ZE-6873B1

VSVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-10-2-W110-

FTM110-33/34/32

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

118

ZE-6873B2

VSVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT, SEC 2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-1-10-2-W110-

FTM110-36/38/35

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

119

ZE-6873B

VSVB LVDT RETURN (RIGHT)

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

120

ZE-6873

VSV LVDT RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

22

121

ZE-6873

VSV LVDT RETURN

3.7

3.7

HD

18,23

122

ZE-6873PERR

VSV POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

3.0

3.0

HD

23,25,27,28

10.0

HD

23,25,26

SI

SF

24,26

SI

10.0

7.0

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

FCV-6873
ZE-6873A-B

114

VRMS

ABORT START

SI

113

7.0

mA

METRIC UNIT

112

123

15.0

ENGLISH UNIT

DM

VRMS

8, 18

8, 18

ZE-6873PERR

VSV POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

125

FCV-68128

CDP BLEED VALVE TORQUE MOTOR

126

FCV-68128

CDP BLEED VALVE TORQUE MOTOR

10.0

mA

10.0

mA

AH

23,28,39

127

FCV-68128

CDP BLEED VALVE TORQUE MOTOR

15.0

mA

15.0

mA

AHH

23,28,39

SI
5

124

128

ZE-68128A-B

OUT

CDP BLEED VALVE LVDT EXCITATION (A/B)

OUT

mA

TCP-2-3-1-W203-

FTM203-2/3/1

-100.0

FTM203-5/6/4

60.0

mA

7.0

-100.0

VRMS

TCP-2-3-1-W203-

129

ZE-68128A1

CDP BLEED LVDT RETURN (A1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-2-3-1-W203-

FTM203-8/9/7

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

130

ZE-68128A2

CDP BLEED LVDT RETURN (A2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-2-3-1-W203-

FTM203-11/12/10

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

131

ZE-68128A

CDP BLEED LVDT-A RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

132

ZE-68128B1

CDP BLEED LVDT RETURN (B1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-2-3-1-W203-

FTM203-14/15/13

0.0

100.0

133

ZE-68128B2

CDP BLEED LVDT RETURN (B2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-2-3-1-W203-

FTM203-17/18/16

0.0

100.0

VRMS

60.0

7.0

DM

VRMS

OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE. JUMPER FTM203-12 TO 9.
38

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

134

ZE-68128B

CDP BLEED LVDT-B RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

38

135

ZE-68128

CDP BLEED LVDT - RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

22,23

6.0

6.0

OPT: DLE

HD

OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE. JUMPER FTM203-18 TO 15.
SI

136

ZE-68128

CDP BLEED LVDT - RETURN

23,29

137

ZE-68128PER

CDP BLEED VALVE POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

6.0

6.0

HD

23,25,26

138

ZE-68128PER

CDP BLEED VALVE POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

10.0

10.0

HD

23,25,26

5
1

SI

139
140

FCV-68127

8TH STAGE BLEED VALVE TORQUE MOTOR

141

FCV-68127

8TH STAGE BLEED VALVE TORQUE MOTOR

142

FCV-68127

8TH STAGE BLEED VALVE TORQUE MOTOR

143

ZE-68127A-B

8TH STAGE BLEED VALVE LVDT EXCITATION (A/B)

OUT

mA

TCP-2-3-2-W203-

FTM203-21/22/20

-100.0

60.0

mA
10.0
15.0

OUT

VRMS

TCP-2-3-2-W203-

FTM203-24/25/23

7.0

-100.0

60.0

mA

10.0

mA

15.0

VRMS

7.0

mA

SF

24,26

mA

AH

23,28,39

mA

AHH

23,28,39

SI

OPT: DLE

X
DM

VRMS

OPT: DLE

144

ZE-68127A1

8TH STAGE BLEED LVDT RETURN (A1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-2-3-2-W203-

FTM203-27/28/26

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

OPT: DLE

145

ZE-68127A2

8TH STAGE BLEED LVDT RETURN (A2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-2-3-2-W203-

FTM203-30/31/29

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

OPT: DLE. JUMPER FTM203-31 TO 28.

146

ZE-68127A

8TH STAGE LVDT-A RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

147

ZE-68127B1

8TH STAGE BLEED LVDT RETURN (B1)

IN

VRMS

TCP-2-3-2-W203-

FTM203-33/34/32

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

148

ZE-68127B2

8TH STAGE BLEED LVDT RETURN (B2)

IN

VRMS

TCP-2-3-2-W203-

FTM203-36/38/35

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

0.0

100.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

149

ZE-68127B

8TH STAGE LVDT-B RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

SF

8TH STAGE LVDT- RETURN

-2.0

102.0

-2.0

102.0

150

ZE-68127

6.0

6.0

SF
HD

38

38

OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE. JUMPER FTM203-38 TO 34.
22,23

SI

151

ZE-68127

8TH STAGE LVDT- RETURN

23,29

152

ZE-68127PER

8TH STAGE BLEED VALVE POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

6.0

6.0

HD

23,25,26

153

ZE-68127PER

8TH STAGE BLEED VALVE POSITION/DEMAND DIFFERENCE

10.0

10.0

HD

23,25,26

PT-68135

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESS (PX36A)

IN9

4-20S

TCP-2-7-9-W207.1-

FTM207.1-63/62/64

0.0

10.0

-0.1

10.0

PSI PK-PK

0.0

68.9

-0.7

68.9

kPa PK-PK

SF

33

IN21

4-20S

TCP-2-7-25-W207.2-

FTM207.2-63/62/64

0.0

10.0

-0.1

10.0

PSI PK-PK

0.0

68.9

-0.7

68.9

kPa PK-PK

SF

33

-0.1

10.0

PSI PK-PK

-0.7

68.9

kPa PK-PK

SF

34

5
1

SI

154
155
156

PT-68136

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESS (PX36B)

157

PT-68135/6

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESSURE

OPT: DLE
OPT: DLE
SI

158

PT-68135/6

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESSURE

5.0

PSI PK-PK

34.5

kPa PK-PK

HD

18

159

PT-68135/6SEL

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESSURE SEL

4.0

PSI PK-PK

27.6

kPa PK-PK

PAH

35,37

10

PAHH

36,37

160

PT-68135/6SEL

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESSURE SEL

6.0

PSI PK-PK

41.4

kPa PK-PK

15

ES

161

PT-68135/6SEL

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESSURE SEL

6.0

PSI PK-PK

41.4

kPa PK-PK

PAHH

37

15

SI

162

PT-68135/6SEL

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESSURE SEL

6.0

PSI PK-PK

41.4

kPa PK-PK

PAHH

37

60

ES

163

PT-68135/6SEL

ACOUSTIC DYNAMIC PRESSURE SEL

8.0

PSI PK-PK

55.2

kPa PK-PK

PAHH

37

15

SI

165

TE-68310

MTTB CABINET AIR TEMP

390.0

DEG F

198.9

DEG C

SF

166

TE-68310SEL

MTTB CABINET AIR TEMP

125.0

DEG F

51.7

DEG C

TAH

167

TE-68310SEL

MTTB CABINET AIR TEMP

32.0

DEG C

TAL

168

TE-68310SEL

MTTB CABINET AIR TEMP

SEE NOTE

EVENT

170

TE-68311

MGTB CABINET AIR TEMP

-45.0

171

TE-68311SEL

MGTB CABINET AIR TEMP

172

TE-68311SEL

MGTB CABINET AIR TEMP

K83

IGNITOR CONTROL

164
IN

RTD

MTTB-2-10-4-

N210-16/17/18/19

-65.0

1200.0

-45.0

-53.9

648.9

-42.7

X
X

DEG F

0.0

SEE NOTE

DEG F

SEE NOTE

SEE NOTE

DEG C

390.0

DEG F

-42.7

198.9

DEG C

SF

125.0

DEG F

51.7

DEG C

TAH

DEG C

TAL

32

169
IN

RTD

MGTB-3-15-1-

N315-4/5/6/7

-65.0

1200.0

32.0

-53.9

DEG F

648.9

0.0

173
174

1#

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-22-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K6-16/17/18

CONTROLS BE-6816 & BE-6817

175
176

XE-6807

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GENERATOR BEARING DRIVE END

BN3500

3.0

MIL PP

76.2

M PP

XAH

41, 58

177

XE-6807

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GENERATOR BEARING DRIVE END

BN3500

4.0

MIL PP

101.6

M PP

XAHH

41, 58

X
SI

178
BN3500

3.0

MIL PP

76.2

M PP

XAH

XE-6808

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GENERATOR BEARING DRIVE END

BN3500

4.0

MIL PP

101.6

M PP

XAHH

41, 58

182

179

XE-6809

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GENERATOR BEARING NON-DRIVE END

BN3500

3.0

MIL PP

76.2

M PP

XAH

41, 58

183

XE-6809

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GENERATOR BEARING NON-DRIVE END

BN3500

4.0

MIL PP

101.6

M PP

XAHH

41, 58

180

XE-6808

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GENERATOR BEARING DRIVE END

41, 58

X
SI

181
X
SI

184
185

XE-6810

186

XE-6810

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GENERATOR BEARING NON-DRIVE END

BN3500

3.0

MIL PP

76.2

M PP

XAH

41, 58

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GENERATOR BEARING NON-DRIVE END

BN3500

4.0

MIL PP

101.6

M PP

XAHH

41, 58

BN3500

3.0

IN/SEC PK

76.2

mm/SEC PK

XAH

44

X
SI

187
188
189

XE-6876
XE-6876

VIBRATION ELEMENT-COMPRESSOR REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER WIDEBAND/DIRECT


VIBRATION ELEMENT-COMPRESSOR REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER WIDEBAND/DIRECT

BN3500

4.0

IN/SEC PK

101.6

mm/SEC PK

XAHH

44

BN3500

1.4

IN/SEC PK

35.6

mm/SEC PK

XAH

43

X
SI

190
191
192

XE-6876A
XE-6876A

VIBRATION ELEMENT-COMPRESSOR REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-LP


COMPRESSOR
VIBRATION ELEMENT-COMPRESSOR REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-LP
COMPRESSOR

BN3500

2.0

IN/SEC PK

50.8

mm/SEC PK

XAHH

43

BN3500

2.0

IN/SEC PK

50.8

mm/SEC PK

XAH

45

X
SI

193
194

XE-6876B

195

XE-6876B

VIBRATION ELEMENT-COMPRESSOR REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-HP


COMPRESSOR
VIBRATION ELEMENT-COMPRESSOR REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-HP
COMPRESSOR

BN3500

3.0

IN/SEC PK

76.2

mm/SEC PK

XAHH

45

VIBRATION ELEMENT-TURBINE REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-WIDEBAND/DIRECT

BN3500

3.0

IN/SEC PK

76.2

mm/SEC PK

XAH

44

XAHH

44

X
SI

196
197
198

XE-6877
XE-6877

VIBRATION ELEMENT-TURBINE REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-WIDEBAND/DIRECT

BN3500

4.0

IN/SEC PK

101.6

mm/SEC PK

200

XE-6877A

VIBRATION ELEMENT-TURBINE REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-LP COMPRESSOR

BN3500

1.4

IN/SEC PK

35.6

mm/SEC PK

XAH

43

201

XE-6877A

VIBRATION ELEMENT-TURBINE REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-LP COMPRESSOR

BN3500

2.0

IN/SEC PK

50.8

mm/SEC PK

XAHH

43

203

XE-6877B

VIBRATION ELEMENT-TURBINE REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-HP COMPRESSOR

BN3500

2.0

IN/SEC PK

50.8

mm/SEC PK

XAH

45

204

X
SI

199
X
SI

202
XE-6877B

VIBRATION ELEMENT-TURBINE REAR FRAME ACCELEROMETER-HP COMPRESSOR

BN3500

3.0

IN/SEC PK

76.2

mm/SEC PK

XAHH

45

206

XE-6897

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GEARBOX BEARING NON-DRIVE END

BN3500

0.3

IN/SEC PK

7.6

mm/SEC PK

XAH

53

207

XAHH

53

X
SI

205
XE-6897

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GEARBOX BEARING NON-DRIVE END

BN3500

0.5

IN/SEC PK

12.7

mm/SEC PK

209

XE-6898

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GEARBOX BEARING DRIVE END

BN3500

0.3

IN/SEC PK

7.6

mm/SEC PK

XAH

53

210

XE-6898

VIBRATION ELEMENT-GEARBOX BEARING DRIVE END

BN3500

0.5

IN/SEC PK

12.7

mm/SEC PK

XAHH

53

X
SI

208
X
SI

211
212

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PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


AUXILIARY SKID

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REV: A
EC: 82448
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GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


AUXILIARY SKID

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START

START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

NOTES
1. a. IF BOTH XNSD SPEED PICKUPS ARE WITHIN RANGE, DISPLAY THE AVERAGE SPEED OF BOTH XNSD PICKUPS.
b. ONE XNSD PICKUP OUT OF RANGE = ALM - ANNUNCIATE LOSS OF PICKUP - REMOVE FROM AVERAGE & DISPLAY THE REMAINING IN RANGE XNSD SPEED PICKUP.
BOTH XNSD PICKUPS OUT OF RANGE = ES - DEFAULT TO LAST GOOD VALUE - ANNUNCIATE LOSS OF BOTH XNSD PICKUPS.
c. A DIFFERENCE OF > 40 RPM BETWEEN XNSD PICKUPS = ALM - ANNUNCIATE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PICKUPS & USE THE PICKUP WITH THE HIGHER VALUE.
2. a. IF BOTH XN25 SPEED PICKUPS ARE WITHIN RANGE, DISPLAY THE AVERAGE OF BOTH XN25 SPEED PICKUPS.
b. ONE XN25 PICKUP IS OUT OF RANGE = ALM - ANNUNCIATE LOSS OF PICKUP - REMOVE FROM THE AVERAGE & DISPLAY THE REMAINING IN RANGE XN25 SPEED PICKUP.
BOTH N25 PICKUPS OUT OF RANGE = ES - DEFAULT TO 2000 RPM & ANNUNCIATE LOSS OF BOTH XN25 SPEED PICKUPS.
c. A DIFFERENCE OF > 37.5 RPM BETWEEN N25 PICKUPS = ALM - ANNUNCIATE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PICKUPS AND USE THE PICKUP WITH THE HIGHER VALUE.
3. a. FOLLOWING FUEL IGNITION, IF dXN25/DT < 10 RPM/SEC AND XN25 RPM < 6050 RPM THEN ESN ON FAIL TO ACCELERATE.
b. IF XNSD IS < 1250 RPM & XN25 CONTROL HAS BEEN ACHIEVED FOR > 60 SECONDS = ES AND ANNUNCIATE POWER TURBINE FAILED TO BREAKAWAY
c. IF XN25 IS < 1700 RPM AND > 30 SECONDS FOLLOWING INITIAL STARTER ENGAGEMENT FOR ENGINE/BOILER PURGE SEQUENCE = ESN AND ANNUNCIATE FAIL TO CRANK.
d. AFTER ENGINE/BOILER PURGE SEQUENCE, IF XN25 IS < 1700 RPM AFTER 10 SECONDS FOLLOWING THE STARTER RE-ENGAGEMENT FOR FUEL IGNITION SEQUENCE = ESN AND ANNUNCIATE FAIL TO CRANK.
e. IF XN25 < 4600 RPM > 90 SEC AFTER INITIATION OF FUEL = ES AND ANNUNCIATE FAILURE TO REACH STARTER CUTOUT.
f. IF XN25 < 6050 RPM > 120 SEC AFTER INITIATION OF FUEL = ES AND ANNUNCIATE FAILURE TO REACH XN25 IDLE.
g. IF XN25 < 300 RPM FOR > 10 MINUTES AFTER AN ES OR ESN, A 4 HOUR LOCKOUT OCCURS.
4. ALL THERMOCOUPLES THAT ARE IN RANGE WILL BECOME PART OF THE AVERAGE AND THE AVERAGE WILL BE DISPLAYED.
a. FOR SAC: IF 10 SECONDS AFTER GAS FUEL ON (1700 RPM N25) AND FLAME INDICATION IS NOT PRESENT = ES - ANNUNCIATE FAIL TO LITE
b. FOR DLE: IF 15 SECONDS AFTER GAS FUEL ON (1700 RPM N25) AND FLAME INDICATION IS NOT PRESENT = ES - ANNUNCIATE FAIL TO LITE
c. FOR SAC: IF 20 SECONDS AFTER LIQ FUEL ON (1200 RPM N25) AND FLAME INDICATION IS NOT PRESENT = ES - ANNUNCIATE FAIL TO LITE
d. FOR DLE: IF 15 SECONDS AFTER LIQ FUEL ON (1200 RPM N25) AND FLAME INDICATION IS NOT PRESENT = ES - ANNUNCIATE FAIL TO LITE
e. IF T48 AVERAGE > 400 DEG F & THEN < 400 DEG F WHILE STARTING OR RUNNING = ES AND ANNUNCIATE FLAME OUT.
f. DURING STARTING (BETWEEN 0-6050 N25 RPM) IF T48 AVERAGE > T48 BACKUP START SCHEDULE + 200 DEG F (93.3 DEG C) FOR > 3 SECONDS = ES
5. IF T48 AVERAGE > 1750 DEG F (> 954.4 DEG C) OR MORE THAN 1.0 SEC = ALM, T48 AVERAGE > 1850 DEG F (> 1010.0 DEG C) FOR MORE THAN 1.0 SECOND = ES
6. ANY THERMOCOUPLE OUT OF RANGE = ALM & REMOVE BAD THERMOCOUPLE FROM THE AVERAGE. THERMOCOUPLE CONSIDERED OUT OF RANGE IF <-65 DEG F (-53.9 DEG C) AND N25SEL <4600 RPM OR < 350 DEG F (< 176.7 DEG C) AND N25SEL =>4600 RPM AND FUELON OR > 1900 DEG F (> 1037.8 DEG C).
7. LOSS OF 3 ADJACENT SENSORS = ALM-NS.
8. REMOVE BAD SENSOR FROM AVERAGE
9. LOSS OF ANY 4 SENSORS OR MORE = ALM-NS.
10. LOSS OF THE T48 AVERAGE FOR >90 SEC = ALM-NS. DEFAULT T48REF = 1999 DEG F (1092.8 DEG C)
11. a. IF BOTH T2 SENSORS ARE WITHIN RANGE LIMITS THEN USE THE AVERAGE VALUE.
b. IF ONE SENSOR OUT OF RANGE THEN ALM & REMOVE BAD SENSOR FROM AVERAGE. IF BOTH SENSORS OUT OF RANGE THEN DM & DEFAULT T2 VALUE TO 135 DEG F (57.2 DEG C).
c. IF BOTH SENSORS ARE IN RANGE BUT HAVE A VALUE DIFFERENCE GREATER THAN 18 DEG F (10.0 DEG C) THE ALM & USE THE HIGHER VALUE.
12. a. IF BOTH T25 SENSORS ARE WITHIN RANGE LIMITS THEN USE THE AVERAGE VALUE.
b. IF ONE SENSOR OUT OF RANGE THEN ALM & REMOVE BAD SENSOR FROM AVERAGE. IF BOTH SENSORS OUT OF RANGE THEN DM & DEFAULT T25 VALUE TO 250 DEG F (121.1 DEG C).
c. IF BOTH SENSORS ARE IN RANGE BUT HAVE A VALUE DIFFERENCE GREATER THAN 18 DEG F (10.0 DEG C) THE ALM & USE THE HIGHER VALUE.
13. a. IF FLAME SENSOR = TRUE AND FUEL OFF FOR 1.0 SECOND OR IF FLAME SENSOR = FALSE AND FUEL ON AND T48SEL > 400 DEG F (> 204.4 DEG C) FOR Z_FLMTMR SECONDS THEN FAIL SENSOR AND ALM. (Z_FLMTMR = 0.320 SECONDS)
b. IF BOTH FLAME SENSORS = TRUE AND FUEL ON FOR 1.0 SECOND THEN FAIL BOTH SENSORS HIGH AND ALM
c. IF BOTH FLAME SENSORS = FALSE FOR Z_FLMTMR SECONDS AND FUEL ON AND T48SEL > 400 DEG F (> 204.4 DEG C) THEN FAIL BOTH SENSORS LOW AND ALM
d. IF BOTH FLAME SENSORS FAIL AND N25 <9200 RPM THEN INITIATE ES.
14. IF DIFFERENCE >10 PSID BETWEEN SENSORS = ALM & SELECT MODEL WEIGHTED AVERAGE.
15. P48 FAILURE PER INPUT SENSOR FAULT LOGIC TABLE IN CONTROL SPEC. P48ESTENSW = TRUE SO SML WILL NOT OCCUR.
16. a. IF BOTH T3 SENSORS ARE WITHIN RANGE LIMITS THEN USE THE AVERAGE VALUE OF PAIR.
b. IF ONE SENSOR OUT OF RANGE THEN ALM & REMOVE BAD SENSOR FROM THE AVERAGE.
17. a. IF BOTH PS3 TRANSMITTERS ARE WITHIN RANGE DISPLAY THE AVERAGE OF BOTH PS3 XMITTERS.
b. ONE TRANSMITTER OUT OF RANGE = ALARM & REMOVE THE BAD XMITTER FROM THE AVERAGE - BOTH XMITTERS OUT OF RANGE = DM FOR SAC UNIT, ES FOR DLE UNIT
c. PS3 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN XMITTERS BETWEEN 10 PSIA (68.9 kPaA) AND 15 PSIA (103.4 kPaA) FOR MORE THEN 5 SECONDS = ALARM & USE AVERAGE VALUE
d. PS3 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN XMITTERS GREATER THAN 15 PSIA (103.4 kPaA) AND FOR MORE THEN 0.1 SECONDS = ALM & SELECT HIGHER VALUE FOR SAC UNIT, ES FOR DLE UNIT
18. HIGH SIGNAL SELECT.
19. USE AVERAGE VALUE.
20. DEFAULT TO LAST GOOD VALUE.
21. DEFAULT TO 14.649 PSIA (101.0 kPaA)
22. SET TORQUE MOTOR OUTPUT TO 0 mA
23. XN25 > 4600 RPM
24. TORQUE MOTOR FAILURE WITH ALL COILS OPEN OR ANY COIL SHORT FOR > 500 mSEC
25. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DEMAND AND POSITION
26. SET TM OUTPUT TO 0 mA
27. STEADY STATE LIMIT ERROR
28. dXN25/dT < 150 RPM/S FOR 5 SEC
29. LOW SIGNAL SELECT
30. FOR PC, IF BOTH SENSORS OUT OF RANGE THEN ALM-NS. DERATE PS3 REFERENCE SCHEDULE AND SET T3SEL TO T3MODEL.
31. FOR PC, IF BOTH SENSORS ARE IN RANGE BUT HAVE A VALUE DIFFERENCE GREATER THAN 20 DEG F (11.1 DEG C) THEN ALM & USE THE WEIGHTED AVERAGE TOWARD THE T3 MODEL.
32. MTTB COOLING OUTPUT = 1 WHEN CABINET AIR TEMP (TE-68310) > 65 DEG F (>18.3 DEG C), OUTPUT = 0 WHEN CABINET AIR TEMP < 60 DEG F (<15.6 DEG C)
MTTB HEATING OUTPUT = 1 WHEN CABINET AIR TEMP (TE-68310) < 35 DEG F (< 1.7 DEG C), OUTPUT = 0 WHEN CABINET AIR TEMP > 40 DEG F (> 4.4 DEG C)
A/C UNIT OUTSIDE FAN IS TURNED ON WHEN MTTB COOLING OUTPUT = ON
A/C UNIT INSIDE FAN IS ON ALL THE TIME.
33. REMOVE BAD SENSOR FROM SELECTION
34. DEFAULT TO 0 kPa PK-PK
35. ABOVE CORE SPEED
36. AT CORE IDLE
37. VALID FOR GAS FUEL
38. SELECT THE GOOD SENSOR
39. IF NULL SHIFT
40. IF ENGINE FLAME SENSOR OUTPUT > 2797 DEG F (> 1536.1 DEG C) = INDICATION OF FLAME. IF SENSOR OUTPUT < 2781 DEG F (< 1527.2 DEG C) (TUNEABLE BETWEEN 2725 TO 2790 DEG F (1496.1 TO 1532.2 DEG C)) = LOSS OF FLAME.
41. IF GENERATOR ROTOR LEVEL > 3.0 MIL PP ( > 76.2 M PP) FOR ANY DRIVE END X OR Y FOR MORE THAN 1 SEC = ALM. IF GENERATOR ROTOR LEVEL > 4.0 MIL PP (> 101.6 M PP) FOR ANY DRIVE END X OR Y FOR MORE THAN 0.1 SEC = SI
42. IF XNSD SPEED >= 3000 RPM AND < 3590 3N25REF <N25MAX, LP ROTOR LEVEL > 1.75 IN/SEC PK (> 44.45 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 1.0 SEC = ALM. IF LP ROTOR LEVEL > 2.5 IN/SEC PK (> 63.5 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 0.1 SEC = SI
43. IF LP ROTOR LEVEL > 1.4 IN/SEC PK (> 35.56 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 1.0 SEC (25 TO 80HZ) = ALM. IF LP ROTOR LEVEL > 2.0 IN/SEC PK (> 50.8 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 0.1 SEC (25 TO 80 HZ) = SI
44. IF CRF OR WIDEBAND > 3.0 IN/SEC PK (76.2 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 1.0 SEC = ALM. IF CRF OR WIDEBAND > 4.0 IN/SEC PK (101.6 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 0.1 SEC = SI
45. IF HP ROTOR LEVEL > 2.0 IN/SEC PK (> 50.8 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 1.0 SEC (100 TO 200 HZ) = ALM. IF HP ROTOR LEVEL > 3.0 IN/SEC PK (> 76.2 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 0.1 SEC (100 TO 200 HZ) = SI
46. FOR DLE: IF (N25SEL > N25IDL - 100) AND THERMOCOUPLE OUTSIDE THE SPREAD (T48MAX - T48MIN) OF 700 DEG F(371.1 DEG C) FOR 60 SEC = ALARM
47. FOR DLE: IF BURNER MODE 15 AND THERMOCOUPLE OUTSIDE THE SPREAD (T48MAX - T48MIN) OF 150 DEG F (65.6 DEG C) FOR 60 SEC = ALARM
48. IF BOTH SENSORS OUT OF RANGE THEN REMOVE THE PAIR FROM T3SEL AVERAGE.
49. FOR PD/PF, IF BOTH SENSORS ARE IN RANGE BUT HAVE A VALUE DIFFERENCE GREATER THAN 20 DEG F (11.1 DEG C) AND XN25 > 4600 RPM THEN ALM AND SELECT HIGHER VALUE
50. IF BOTH SENSOR PAIRS ARE OUT OF RANGE THEN SET T3SEL DEFAULT TO 200 DEG F (111.1 DEG C).
51. IF BOTH SENSOR PAIRS ARE IN RANGE BUT HAVE A VALUE DIFFERENCE GREATER THAN 40 DEG F (22.2 DEG C) THEN SELECT THE HIGHER PAIR VALUE
52. CHIP DETECTORS ALARM WHEN < 100 OHMS. INPUT BLOCK HAS 301 OHM ELEVATOR TIED ACROSS INPUTS. 100 OHMS PARALLELED WITH 301 OHM => 75.06 OHMS
53. IF GEARBOX SHAFT LEVEL > 0.3 IN/SEC PK ( > 7.62 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 1 SEC = ALM. IF GEARBOX SHAFT LEVEL > 0.5 IN/SEC PK (> 12.7 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 0.1 SEC = SI
54. ALARM AND BLOCK TURBINE CRANK IF EITHER THE A OR B POSITION SENSORS OF A BRAKE ELEMENT DOES NOT MATCH THE OPEN/CLOSE BRAKE COMMAND WITHIN 5 SECONDS.
55. ESN (FSLO) IF BOTH A AND B POSITION SENSORS OF A BRAKE ELEMENT DO NOT MATCH THE OPEN/CLOSE BRAKE COMMAND WITHIN 5 SECONDS.
56. a. IF CLUTCH VIBRATION LEVEL > 0.4 IN/SEC PK (10.2 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 1.0 SEC= ALM
b. IF CLUTCH VIBRATION LEVEL > 0.6 IN/SEC PK (15.2 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 2.0 SEC= SI WHEN NOT SYNCH CONDENSING, OR ESN WHEN SYNCH CONDENSING.
c. IF CLUTCH VIBRATION LEVEL > 0.8 IN/SEC PK (20.3 mm/SEC PK) FOR MORE THAN 0.1 SEC= SI WHEN NOT SYNCH CONDENSING, OR ESN WHEN SYNCH CONDENSING.
57. ALM-NS
58. WHEN TM ACTIVE (1000 TO 2890 RPM FOR 50HZ, 1000 TO 3450 RPM FOR 60HZ): IF GENERATOR ROTOR LEVEL > 4.5 MIL PP ( > 114.3 M PP) FOR ANY DRIVE END X OR Y FOR MORE THAN 2.0 SEC = ALM. IF GENERATOR ROTOR LEVEL > 6.0 MIL PP (> 152.4 M PP) FOR DRIVE END X OR Y FOR MORE THAN 1.0 SEC = SI
59. a. FOR SAC: IF XN25R IS > 8080 RPM AND ANY THERMOCOUPLE OUTSIDE THE SPREAD (T48MAX - T48MIN) OF 275 DEG F (135 DEG C) FOR > 2 SEC = ALM-NS
b. ANY THERMOCOUPLE WITH A DIFFERENCE OF <- 1000 OR > 1000 DEG F (<- 537.8 OR > 537.8 DEG C) FROM THE AVERAGE = ALM & SHALL BE REMOVED FROM THE AVERAGE
60. IF ABSOLUTE VALUE OF((XNSD LPT SPEED / 1.209) - GEN ROTOR SPEED) IS > 50 RPM FOR 10.0 SEC THEN ESN

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

====== END ======

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
REV DATE: NA

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


AUXILIARY SKID

DRAWING NO: 7232796-730149


REV: A
EC: 82448
SHEET 10 OF 13, PAGE 15 OF 18

GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


MISCELLANEOUS

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

86G

GEN 86 TRIP

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-1-

N142-10

ES

A15

FUEL SYSTEM INITIALIZE

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-23-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K7-19/20/21

A17

GEN ZERO SPEED SWITCH

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-43-8-

N143-17

1 = 0 RPM. POWER UP CHANGES RELAY

AVR_SC

LOWER VOLTAGE BY CUSTOMER SERIAL REMOTE

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-29-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K13-37/38/39

ONLY ACTIVE WHEN IN REMOTE CONTROL (PULSE OUT). OPTIONAL

AVR_RV

TCP

24 VDC

2
AT FUEL INITIATION, ACTIVATE FOR 1 SECOND.

5
6
7

AVR EXCITATION ON

NO

AVR_LV

RAISE VOLTAGE BY CUSTOMER SERIAL REMOTE

NO

WX

GEN MW SIGNAL

12

BVX

13

BFX

14

GVX

15

BVX1

TCP-1-8-27-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K11-31/32/33

USE NO/NC FOR BRUSH AVR OR NO FOR GE AVR

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-28-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K12-34/35/36

ONLY ACTIVE WHEN IN REMOTE CONTROL (PULSE OUT). OPTIONAL

IN12

4-20S

TCP-1-6-12-W106.1-

FTM106.1-84/81/82

4-20 mA = 0-96 MW

BUS VOLTAGE (52G SYNCH)

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-1-3-

N101-13/14/15

50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 0-15 kVAC

BUS FREQUENCY (52G SYNCH)

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-1-4-

N101-17/18/19

GEN VOLTAGE

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-1-5-

N101-21/22/23

BUS VOLTAGE (52U SYNCH)

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-3-1-

N103-5/6/7

9
10
11
60 HZ: 4-20 mA = 55-65 Hz, 50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 45-55 Hz
60 HZ: 4-20 mA = 0-18 kVAC, 50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 0-15 kVAC
OPT: UTILITY BREAKER SYNCH. 50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 0-240 kVAC
OPT: UTILITY BREAKER SYNCH. 60 Hz: 4-20 mA = 55-65 Hz, 50 Hz: 4-20 mA =
45-55 Hz
OPT: UTILITY BREAKER SYNCH. 50 Hz: 4-20 mA = 0-240 kVAC

16

BFX1

BUS FREQUENCY (52U SYNCH)

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-3-2-

N103-9/10/11

17

BVX2

UTILITY VOLTAGE

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-3-3-

N103-13/14/15

18

BFX2

UTILITY FREQUENCY

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-3-4-

N103-17/18/19

20

CHG_24VLO

LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE (24VDC)

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-8-

N141-17

21

CHG_ACF

22

CHG_DCF

23

CHG_GF

BATTERY CHARGERS GROUND FAULT

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-9-

24

CHG_LO125

LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE (125VDC)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-10-

N141-19

NSD

25

K1_VALVE

SHUTDOWN FUEL AND NOX SUPPRESSION

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-1-W111.1-

FTM111.1-1/25

ESN

26

K1_SHUTDWN

CRITICAL PATH SHUTDOWN

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-2-W111.1-

FTM111.1-2/26

ESN

27

SUMMARY_SD

OPT: UTILITY BREAKER SYNCH. 60 Hz: 4-20 mA = 55-65 Hz, 50 Hz: 4-20 mA =
45-55 Hz

19
0

NO

BATTERY CHARGERS FAILURE - AC

NO

IN

24 VDC

BATTERY CHARGERS FAILURE - DC

NO

IN

24 VDC

DM

TCP-1-41-7-

N141-16

TCP-1-41-6-

N141-15

N141-18

SUMMARY CRITICAL SHUTDOWN

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-9-W111.1-

FTM111.1-K9-75/76/77

29

DSM_LA

LOWER XNSD SPEED

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-11-

N142-20

30

DSM_RA

RAISE XNSD SPEED

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-10-

N142-19

ES3

LOCAL EMERGENCY STOP

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-14-

N140-23

ESN

ES1_2_10_3

REMOTE EMERGENCY STOP

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-15-

N140-24

ESN

HORN

HORN

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-14-W108.1-

FTM108.1-K14-40/41/42

OPT: 125VDC BATTERY

28
ONLY ACTIVE WHEN DSM ENABLED
ONLY ACTIVE WHEN DSM ENABLED

31
32
33
34

ESTR-1,2,10/ESGR3

35
36
37
NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-2-

N142-11

IGPS FAULT ALARM

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-3-

N142-12

40

IGPS_MF

IGPS FAILURE

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-4-

N142-13

41

38

IGPS_PSA

IGPS_52GT

IGPS POWER SUPPLY ALARM

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-5-

N142-14

43

K229

GEN BREAKER CLOSED

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-18-W111.1-

FTM111.1-18/42

44

K230

GEN BREAKER OPEN

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-12-

N142-21

45

K231

BUS/UTILITY BREAKER CLOSED

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-15-

N142-24

46

K232

BUS/UTILITY BREAKER OPEN

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-14-

N142-23

47

K28

FTM108.2-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46

48

K5_K115

SYSTEM RESET (VIB/ESD BUS)

49

K230_K232

ISOCH/DROOP CONTROL

50

K85_K85A

CIRCUIT BREAKER CONTROL

51

LRS

LOCAL/ REMOTE CONTROL SELECTION

39

IGPS_FA

IGPS 52G TRIP

X
X
NSD
X

42

SYNCHRONIZER ENABLE

1/0

NO

IN

1 = CLOSED, 0 = OPEN

1#

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-31-W108.2-

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-20-W108.2-

1/0

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-4-W111.1-

FTM111.1-4/28

1 = ISOC, 0 = DROOP

1/0#

NO

TCP

24 VDC

TCP-1-8-15-W108.1-

FTM108.1-K15A/B-43/44/45-48/47/46

1 = BREAKER CLOSE PERMISSIVE, 0 = TRIP BREAKER

1/0

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-16-

N140-25

1 = REMOTE, 0 = LOCAL

FTM108.2-K4-10/11/12

52
53

DC_STRTR1

GEN/GB EMERGENCY DC LUBE OIL PUMP CNTRL IN AUTO

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-5-

N141-14

54

MCC_DEV27

LOSS OF MCC POWER SUPPLY

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-16-

N141-25

55

CUST_DCLOS

LOSS OF DC POWER ON SYSTEM (CUSTOMER)

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-16-

N142-25

56

RGF

GEN ROTOR GROUND FAULT

N143-10

57

SS_K100-102

AUTO/MANUAL SYNC

1/0

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-7-

N142-16

58

SSW1_2

TURB EXTERNAL OVERSPEED

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-3-W111.1-

FTM111.1-3/27

59

TSS_STOP

LOCAL NORMAL STOP

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-12-

N141-21

60

TSS_START

LOCAL START

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-41-11-

N141-20

62

VIB_MON_HP

INHIBIT VIB MON BELOW HP IDLE

NO

TCP

CONTACT

TCP-1-8-17-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K1-1/2/3

63

VIB_MON_LP

INHIBIT VIB MON BELOW LP IDLE

NO

TCP

CONTACT

TCP-1-8-18-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K2-4/5/6

NO

TCP

CONTACT

TCP-1-8-19-W108.2-

FTM108.2-K3-7/8/9

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-43-1-

ESN

OPT: 50 Hz. MOT-0034

ESN
OPTIONAL
1 = AUTO, 0 = MANUAL. K102 USED FOR UTILITY SYNCH OPTION ONLY
ESN

61

64

VIB_MON_TM

65

VIB_SYS_MF

VIBRATION SYSTEM MALFUNCTION

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-12-

N140-21

66

VIB_SYS_SA

VIBRATION SUMMARY ALARM

VIBRATION SYSTEM TRIP MULTIPLY

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-10-

N140-19

ACTIVATE => 1000 XNSD SPEED < 3590 & N25SEL < N25MAX

67

VIB_SYS_SD

VIBRATION SUMMARY SHUTDOWN

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-11-

N140-20

SI

68
69

NOTES
1. IF UNIT IS RUNNING: OUTPUT = 1 AND LATCH, WHEN XNSD > 3060 RPM. OUTPUT = 0 AND UNLATCH, WHEN XNSD SPEED < 3240 RPM IF FLSO OR FSWM OR STOPPING AND GENERATOR BREAKER OPEN. OUTPUT = 1 IF SYNCHRONOUS CONDENSOR MODE ACTIVE.

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

DATE:

REVISION LIST
A

ORIGINAL ISSUE

11/9/2009

07/28/10-ATFL
Added ESN to K1_VALVE and DC_STRTR1 / NEUMUESC

====== END ======

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GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


CUSTOMER INTERFACE

SITE: Pakistan

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in strict
confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that for which it
is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and conditions of any
written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE

REV

TAG NO.

CUST_MWSP

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

ACTIVE
SIGNAL

SWITCH WIRED

MW TO UTILITY FOR MW CONTROL (CUSTOMER)

IN/OUT

TYPE

FOR FTM:
BOX-CHASSIS-BOARD-CHANNELCABLEFOR LINKNET:
BOX-NETWORK-NODE-CHANNEL-

FTM TERMINALS
OR
LINKNET NODE ADDRESS-TERMINALS

RANGE LOW
(English)

RANGE HIGH
(English)

LIMIT DECR
(English)

LIMIT INCR
(English)

ENGLISH UNIT

RANGE LOW
(Metric)

RANGE HIGH
(Metric)

LIMIT DECR
(Metric)

LIMIT INCR
(Metric)

METRIC UNIT

IN

4-20S

TCP-1-1-6-

N101-25/26/27

0.0

60.0

-2.0

56.0

MW

0.0

60.0

-2.0

56.0

MW

ACTION

NOTE

ALARM

ALM DLY (S)

SHUT DOWN

ABORT START START PERM.

CRANK PERM.

MOTORS

HEATERS

VALVES

COMMENTS

OPT: CUSTOMER MW TO UTILITY CONTROL. 4-20 mA = 0-60 MW

CUST_MWEN

ENABLE MEGAWATT CONTROL (CUSTOMER)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-1-

N140-10

OPT: CUSTOMER MW CONTROL

SAS_CUST_R

RAISE XNSD SPEED (MANUAL)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-8-

N142-17

INHIBITED WHEN DSM ENABLED

SAS_CUST_L

LOWER XNSD SPEED (MANUAL)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-42-9-

N142-18

INHIBITED WHEN DSM ENABLED

CUST_SCLK

SYNC CONTROL CLOCK (CUSTOMER)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-5-

N140-14

OPTIONAL

6
7
8
9

CHW_STPERM

PERMISSIVE START (CUSTOMER)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-2-

N140-11

10

CHW_RESET

RESET (AL / NLO SD ONLY) (CUSTOMER)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-3-

N140-12

11

CHW_86TRIP

86 TRIP (CUSTOMER)

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-8-W111.1-

FTM111.1-8/32

OPTIONAL

12

BUT_86TRIP

BUS/UTILITY 86 TRIP (CUSTOMER)

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-4-

N140-13

13

GEN_BKR_FL

GEN BREAKER FAILURE (CUSTOMER)

NC

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-11-9-W111.1-

FTM111.1-9/33

14

CHW_R_STRT

REMOTE START (CUSTOMER)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-6-

N140-15

OPTIONAL

15

CHW_R_STP

REMOTE NORMAL STOP (CUSTOMER)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-7-

N140-16

OPTIONAL

16

CHW_ACK

ALARM ACKNOWLEDGE (CUSTOMER)

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-8-

N140-17

18

CUST_T2

TURBINE INLET TEMP (T2 AVERAGE)

OUT1

4-20S

TCP-1-7-13-W107.1-

FTM107.1-2/1/3

-40.0

120.0

-40.0

48.9

OPTIONAL

19

CUST_T1

AIR FILTER INLET TEMP (T1)

OUT2

4-20S

TCP-1-7-14-W107.1-

FTM107.1-5/4/6

-40.0

120.0

-40.0

48.9

OPTIONAL

CUST_SD

TURB-GEN SUMMARY SHUTDOWN (CUSTOMER)

NO

CUSTOMER

CONTACT

TCP-1-8-1-W108.1-

FTM108.1-K1-1/2/3

OPTIONAL

CUST_MOT

PAC MOTOR START

NO

IN

24 VDC

TCP-1-40-9

N140-18

OPT: CUSTOMER 20.5MW PAC MOTOR STARTED

OPTIONAL
ES
X

OPTIONAL
ES

CUSTOMER'S ZONE CLEAR SIGNAL. OPTIONAL

OPTIONAL

17

20
21
22
23
24
25

NOTES

LEGEND
1. SEE LEGEND TAB

DATE:
07/28/10-ATFL

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

====== END ======

ORIGINATED: 07/28/10
PRINTED: 2/6/2012 3:03 PM
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REV: A
EC: 82448
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GE PACKAGED POWER, L.P.

CUSTOMER: Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited


SITE: Pakistan

CAUSE AND EFFECT MATRIX


LEGEND

LM6000 MICRONET CONTROL

LINE
1

Copyright 2010
GE Packaged Power, L.P.
All rights reserved.
This drawing is the proprietary and/or confidential property of GE Packaged Power, L.P. and is loaned in
strict confidence with the understanding that will not be reproduced nor used for any purpose except that
for which it is loaned. It shall be immediately returned on demand and is subject to all other terms and
conditions of any written agreement or purchase order that incorporates or relates to this drawing.

REV
SHUTDOWN / CONTROL ACTION

THE FOLLOWING ALARM AND SHUTDOWN TYPES GIVE BOTH AUDIO AND VISUAL INDICATION OF A FAULT CONDITION ON THE TURBINE CONTROL PANEL
(Old Naming Convention Shown In Parenthesis)

3
4
5

ALM (ALARM) - ALM-NS


This gives an audio and visual indication of a fault condition only. This is not a shutdown condition.
Some ALMs are classified as an NS (No-Start) alarm. An NS alarm allows the unit to continue running.
However, once the unit is stopped, the NS alarm condition must be reset before the unit can be started again.

6
7
8
9
10

ESN (FSLO) - Emergency Stop No motoring (Fast Stop Lock-Out)


Immediately shutdown the unit by shutting off fuel, water / steam and trip the breaker.
When N25 (HP shaft) coasts down below 300 RPM and if the T48 temperature is above 1150 degrees F (621 degrees C) then a 4-hour lockout will be initiated after a 10 minute delay.
The 4-hour lockout can be avoided if the ESN condition can be reset and a turbine crank initiated within the 10 minute delay period.
A 15 minute crank cycle must complete to reset the 10 minute delay timer.
If the crank cycle is interrupted, causing N25 to coast below 300 RPM, and if the high T48 temperature persists, then a 4-hour lockout period is initiated.

11
12
13
14
15
16
17

ES (FSWM) - Emergency Stop (Fast Stop With Motoring)


Immediately shutdown the unit by shutting off fuel, water / steam and trip the breaker.
When N25 (HP shaft) coasts down to 1700 RPM, engage starter and crank for 15 minutes.

18
19
20
21

SI (SDTI) - Step to Idle (Step Decel To Idle)


Immediately step the megawatt load to minimum. The breaker will open upon minimum load.
If the SI condition cannot be reset within 10 seconds then a normal stop without motoring occurs.

22
23
24
25

DM (SML) - Decelerate to Minimum load (Slow to Minimum Load)


Fast load shed within 20 seconds (Decel rate at 9 RPM/Sec). If the DM condition cannot be reset within 5 minutes then an NSD occurs.

26
27
28

NSD (CDLO) - Normal ShutDown (CoolDown LockOut)


Shed load and water / steam at the normal stop rate of 0.75 RPM/Sec. Open breaker when minimum load is achieved.
Idle at synchronous speed for 5 minutes maximum to cool down unit and then shut off fuel, water / steam.
When N25 (HP shaft) coasts down to 1700 RPM, engage starter and crank for 15 minutes.
If the NSD condition can be reset within the shutdown period, then the NSD shutdown is aborted.

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

ACTION ABBREVIATIONS

37

AL - Alarm Low
ALL - Alarm Low Low
AH - Alarm High
AHH - Alarm High High
HD - High Difference
SFL/SFH - Signal Fail Low / Signal Fail High

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

REVISION LIST
ORIGINAL ISSUE

DATE
07/28/10-ATFL

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