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HRSG OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
West Delta Electricity Production Co.
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INDEX
SECTION 1: ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS ........................................................................................
SECTION 2: HRSG MAJOR COMPONENTS AND DESCRIPTION
SECTION 3: AUXILIARY SYSTEMS and EQUIPMENT .............................................................................
SECTION 4: DRUM LEVEL and PROCESS CONTROL ..............................................................................
SECTION 5: OPERATION ........................................................................................................................
SECTION 6: FEEDWATER and BOILER WATER CHEMISTRY...................................................................
SECTION 7: INSPECTION and MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................
SECTION 8: START-UP PERFORMANCE CURVES .................................................................................
SECTION 9: VALVE and INSTRUMENT LISTS .........................................................................................
SECTION 10: CONTRACT DRAWINGS ....................................................................................................

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION 1: ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS ....................................................................1-1


1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9

LEARNING OBJECTIVES ............................................................................................1-1


WATER TO STEAM ......................................................................................................1-1
STEAM GENERATION PROCESS................................................................................1-2
STEAM CHARACTERISTICS .......................................................................................1-4
HEAT TRANSFER PRINCIPLES ...................................................................................1-7
HEAT TRANSFER MODES ..........................................................................................1-7
MAIN FACTORS AFFECTING HEAT TRANSFER........................................................1-8
BOILER WATER CIRCULATION.................................................................................1-11
HEAT RECOVERY STEAM GENERATOR .................................................................1-15

SECTION 2: HRSG MAJOR COMPONENTS AND DESCRIPTION ........................................2-1


2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
2.16
2.17
2.18

LEARNING OBJECTIVES ............................................................................................2-1


INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................2-1
HIGH PRESSURE WATER/STEAM FLOW PATH ........................................................2-1
REHEATER STEAM FLOW PATH ................................................................................2-2
INTERMEDIATE PRESSURE WATER/STEAM FLOW PATH ......................................2-2
LOW PRESSURE WATER/STEAM FLOW PATH .........................................................2-2
GAS SIDE FLOW PATHS .............................................................................................2-3
SCR- SELECTIVE CATALYTIC REDUCTION SYSTEM (Not Applicable) ....................2-3
START UP VENTS ........................................................................................................2-3
SKY VENTS (Not Applicable) ........................................................................................2-3
MAIN STEAM TO COLD REHEAT BYPASS (Not Applicable) ......................................2-3
FW HEATER BYPASS & RECIRCULATION ................................................................2-4
DRAINS AND VENTS ....................................................................................................2-4
STEAM DRUM ...............................................................................................................2-5
OVERALL PROJECT .....................................................................................................2-6
SCHEMATIC OVERVIEW..............................................................................................2-6
GAS SIDE FLOW...........................................................................................................2-6
PREDICTED PERFORMANCE .....................................................................................2-7

SECTION 3: AUXILIARY SYSTEMS and EQUIPMENT ........................................................3-1


3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6

LEARNING OBJECTIVES ............................................................................................3-1


SAFETY VALVES .........................................................................................................3-1
WATER LEVEL GAUGE ...............................................................................................3-9
SELECTIVE CATALYTIC REDUCTION SYSTEM (Not Applicable) ............................3-12
COEN DUCT BURNER (Not Applicable) ....................................................................3-12
NITROGEN OXIDE(S) (Not Applicable).......................................................................3-12

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SECTION 4: DRUM LEVEL and PROCESS CONTROL ..............................................................4-1


4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16

LEARNING OBJECTIVES ............................................................................................4-1


CONCEPT FOR LP, IP AND HP DRUM LEVEL CONTROLS.......................................4-1
LP DRUM LEVEL ..........................................................................................................4-8
LP STEAM VENT VALVE CONTROL ...........................................................................4-9
IP DRUM LEVEL .........................................................................................................4-10
IP DRUM CONTINUOUS BLOWDOWN ISOLATION VALVE .....................................4-10
HRSG IP MAIN STEAM VENT VALVE ........................................................................4-11
IP TO LP PEGGING STEAM CONTROL.....................................................................4-11
HP DRUM CONTINUOUS BLOWDOWN ISOLATION VALVE ...................................4-11
HP DRUM LEVEL ........................................................................................................4-11
HP STEAM TEMPERATURE CONTROL ....................................................................4-12
HP OVERPRESSURE .................................................................................................4-12
HP MAIN STEAM OUTLET VENT VALVE ..................................................................4-13
RH STEAM TEMPERATURE CONTROL ...................................................................4-13
FEEDWATER HEATER RECIRCULATION CONTROL .............................................4-14
CONDENSATE PARTIAL BYPASS CONTROL .........................................................4-14

SECTION 5: OPERATION ........................................................................................................5-1


5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14

LEARNING OBJECTIVES .............................................................................................5-1


HRSG BOILER OPERATIONAL REVIEW .....................................................................5-1
COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE PRIOR TO OPERATION......................................5-1
INITIAL FILLING ............................................................................................................5-1
PRE-OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT CHECKS...............................................................5-3
FEEDWATER PREHEATER RECIRCULATION ...........................................................5-4
START UP FROM A COLD CONDITION ......................................................................5-4
START UP FROM A WARM CONDITION ...................................................................5-10
SECURING TO A WARM LAY-UP CONDITION .........................................................5-15
SECURING TO DRAIN ................................................................................................5-16
CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION .....................................................................5-17
SAFETY VALVES ........................................................................................................5-18
FW PREHEATER BYPASS OPERATION ...................................................................5-19
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES....................................................................................5-19

SECTION 6: FEEDWATER AND BOILER WATER CHEMISTRY ...........................................6-1


6.1
6.2

LEARNING OBJECTIVES .............................................................................................6-1


INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................6-3
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMBINED CYCLES WITH DRUM-TYPE BOILERS......6-4

SECTION 7: INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE ...................................................................7-1


7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6

LEARNING OBJECTIVES .............................................................................................7-1


HRSG INSPECTION RECOMMENDATIONS................................................................7-1
TUBE CIRCUITS............................................................................................................7-5
DRUMS AND HEADERS ...............................................................................................7-6
DESUPERHEATERS .....................................................................................................7-9
TUBE FAILURE ANAYSIS ...........................................................................................7-12

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SECTION 8: PERFORMANCE CURVES..................................................................................8-1


8.1
8.2
8.3

LEARNING OBJECTIVES .............................................................................................8-1


DESCRIPTION OF CURVES.........................................................................................8-1
START-UP PERFORMANCE CURVES ........................................................................8-3
HP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- COLD START.................................................8-4
HRH/IP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- COLD START .........................................8-5
LP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- COLD START .................................................8-6
HP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- HOT START (after 48 hr) ...............................8-7
HRH/IP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- HOT START (after 48 hr) ........................8-8
LP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- HOT START (after 48 hr)................................8-9
HP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- HOT START (after 8 hr) ...............................8-10
HRH/IP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- HOT START (after 8 hr) ........................8-11
LP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- HOT START (after 8 hr)................................8-12
HP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- 1x1x1 to 2x2x1 Transition ............................8-13
HRH/IP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- 1x1x1 to 2x2x1 Transition ....................8-14
LP PREDICTED PERFORMANCE- 1x1x1 to 2x2x1 Transition ............................8-15
SHUTDOWN PRESSURE DECAY- HP.................................................................8-16
SHUTDOWN PRESSURE DECAY- IP ..................................................................8-17
SHUTDOWN PRESSURE DECAY- LP .................................................................8-18

SECTION 9.0: VALVE and INSTRUMENT LISTS...................................................................9-1


9.1
9.2

VALVE LIST ...................................................................................................................9-3


INSTRUMENT LIST .......................................................................................................9-7

SECTION 10.0: APPLICABLE DRAWINGS ...........................................................................10-1


P&ID - High Pressure
P&ID - Intermediate Pressure
P&ID - Low Pressure
P&ID - Gas Side
P&ID - Deaerator System
P&ID - Blowdown Tank
General Arrangement - Right Side Elevation
General Arrangement - Upper Plan View
General Arrangement - Lower Plan View
General Arrangement - Left Side Elevation
Pressure Part Arrangement - Side Elevation
Pressure Part Arrangement - Section AA
Pressure Part Arrangement - Section BB
Pressure Part Arrangement - Section CC
Pressure Part Arrangement - Section DD
Pressure Part Arrangement - Section EE
Pressure Part Arrangement - Section GG
Steam Drum Internals 1829 mm HP Drum
Steam Drum Internals 1372 mm IP Drum
Steam Drum Internals 1524 mm LP Drum

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07202-1D 0012 ...........................................10-3


08003-1D 0013 ...........................................10-4
08003-1D 0014 ...........................................10-5
08003-1D 0015 ...........................................10-6
08003-1D 0016 ...........................................10-7
08003-1D 0017 ...........................................10-8
08003-1E 0001 ............................................10-9
08003-1E 0002 ..........................................10-10
08003-1E 0003 ..........................................10-11
08003-1E 0004 ..........................................10-12
08003-1E 0100 ..........................................10-13
08003-1E 0101 ..........................................10-14
08003-1E 0102 ..........................................10-15
08003-1E 0103 ..........................................10-16
08003-1E 0104 ..........................................10-17
08003-1E 0105 ..........................................10-18
08003-1E 0106 ..........................................10-19
08003-1D 1401..........................................10-20
08003-1D 1411..........................................10-21
08003-1D 1421..........................................10-22

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SECTION 1: ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS


1.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Explain the fundamental physical principals of: water to steam conversion, heat transfer and
natural circulation for a heat recovery steam generator.

Explain basic functional concepts of the Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) boiler
design

2.

WATER TO STEAM

The function of the boiler is to produce a specific amount of steam at a constant pressure and
temperature from a specific amount of feedwater. This steam is used to drive the turbine.
Water can exist in three physical states, solid, liquid or gas (vapor), depending on the
corresponding pressure and temperature.
Steam generation is only concerned with the liquid and vapor forms of water. Steam results
from adding sufficient heat to water to cause it to vaporize or turn into a gas.
This occurs in two steps:
a.
b.

The addition of heat sufficient enough to raise the temperature of water to the boiling
temperature.
A continuing addition of heat to change to change the physical state of water from a
liquid to a gas (steam)

Thermal capacity (specific heat) is the quantity of heat required to produce a unit change in
temperature. Water has a high thermal capacity. This means that a great amount of heat is
required to cause a temperature change in water. Water cools slowly in the process of giving
up absorbed heat.
Specific heat is the term used in power generation for thermal capacity. Specific heat is the
amount of British Thermal Units, BTU, required to raise the temperature of one pound of water
one degree Fahrenheit (oF). It takes one BTU to raise the temperature of one pound of water
one degree F. Other substances may require either more or less heat to raise one pound by
one degree F.
Enthalpy is the measure of the total stored internal energy of a substance, such as water or
steam. Steam tables list the enthalpy in Btu/lb of saturated liquid (hf), and saturated and
superheated steam at various pressures and temperatures. The Btu/lb
Represents the amount of heat transferred to the water/steam from the combustion of fuels.
Enthalpy changes are a function of temperature and pressure. The steam tables show the
trends in BTU when going from a lower pressure to a high steam pressure.

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3.

STEAM GENERATION PROCESS

Latent Heat of Fusion


Latent heat of fusion is defined as the amount of heat required to melt one pound of ice at 32oF
to one pound of water at 32oF. This latent heat or hidden heat produces a change in state of
the water instead of a change in temperature. 144 Btu are needed to convert one pound of ice
into one pound of water at 32oF at 14.7 psig or 29.92 Hg, the normal atmospheric pressure or
absolute pressure. This process is depicted in Figure 1.

Figure 1: Latent Heat of Fusion


Latent Heat of Vaporization
Latent heat of vaporization is defined as the amount of heat required to change one pound of
liquid water to one pound of steam (vapor). When additional heat is added to the water at its
boiling point, the temperature of the water remains constant, but the physical state is changed.
One pound of water at 212o F. which is the boiling point of water at 14.7 psig, requires 970 Btu
to change into one pound of steam at 212o F. This process is depicted in Figure 2.

Figure 2: Latent Heat of Vaporization/Condensation

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Latent Heat of Condensation
Latent heat of condensation, also shown in Figure 2, refers to the condition where a pound of
steam at 212o F is cooled (heat is removed) to form a pound of liquid water at 212o F. The
energy lost in going from a pound of steam to water is 970 Btu/lb.
Sensible Heat
Refer to Figure 3. When the flow of heat is not reflected in a temperature change (latent heat),
it is absorbed in the fluid or substance and increases the kinetic energy of the molecules of the
substance. This is called sensible heat. Water at 32o F will absorb 180 Btu of sensible heat per
pound when raising the water temperature to 212o F.

Figure 3: Sensible and Latent Heat

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Heat Flow
Heat is the flow of thermal energy. When heat is added or removed, temperature differentials
are formed so that thermal energy can flow from one substance or area to another. Sensible
heat and latent heat are merely two effects produced by heat, not different kinds of heat.
When the flow of heat is not reflected in a temperature change (latent heat), it is absorbed in the
fluid or substance and increases the kinetic energy of the molecules of the substance.
4.

STEAM CHARACTERISTICS

Quality of Steam
The proportion, by weight, or dry vapor in a steam and water mixture is termed the quality of steam.
Steam quality is expressed in percentages. If as quantity of steam contains 90% steam and 10%
water vapor, the mixture has a quality of 90%.
Saturated Steam
Saturated steam is steam saturated with all the heat it can hold at the boiling temperature of water.
Dry saturated steam vapor essentially contains very little moisture (dependent upon its quality), and
is at saturated temperature for the given pressure. Its total heat content, or enthalpy, is equal to the
heat of the liquids plus the heat of vaporization.
Pressure and Temperature Relationship
When water is heater to the boiling point in a closed vessel, the vapor released caused the pressure
to increase in the vessel. With the increase in pressure, the boiling temperature of the water also
increases.
The temperature at which water boils at a given pressure is termed the saturation temperature. For
each saturation temperature, there is a corresponding pressure called the saturation pressure.
Figure 4 depicts the relationship between saturation temperature and saturation pressure.

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Figure 4. Pressure/Temperature Relation ship


The Critical Point
At 3208.2 psia with a corresponding saturation temperature of 705.5o F, water and steam
properties are identical. In fact the terms water or steam no longer apply since the properties
of the water and liquid are the same. Instead the term working fluid is used when temperature
and pressure are above this critical point.
Boilers designed to operate at pressures and temperatures below the critical point are called
sub-critical boilers.
Boilers designed to operate at pressures and temperatures above the critical point are called
supercritical boilers.
Superheated Steam
Steam heated above its corresponding saturation temperature at a particular pressure is called
superheated steam. Superheated steam contains no moisture, and will not condense until its
temperature has been lowered to that of saturated steam at the same pressure.
Superheating of steam takes place in the various superheater sections of the boiler.
Steam must be superheated before it can be sent to the turbine or process steam headers to do
useful work.
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Degree of superheat refers to the temperature difference in degree Fahrenheit between the
steam at the superheater outlet, and its corresponding saturation temperature (steam drum
outlet) at a given pressure.
For example, consider a superheater outlet steam pressure of 72.5 psi and a superheater outlet
temperature of 572o F. The corresponding saturation temperature at that pressure is 318o F.
Therefore, the degree of superheat is 5720 F minus 318o F, equaling 254o F.
It must also be recognized that there is a loss in steam pressure between the drum steam
pressure and the superheater outlet pressure.
Superheated steam has three advantages over steam that is not superheated:

It increases the efficiency of the turbine.

It prevents damage to turbine blades from condensation.

It is able to travel through long pipelines with little or no condensing.

Departure from Nucleate Boiling


There are two types of boiling that can occur in steam generators.
Nucleate boiling is the normal boiling process in a boiler in which water is raised to the
boiling point, and individual steam bubbles form as water comes in contact with the hot tube
surfaces. As these bubbles form and leave the heated surface, the cool water that remains
(due to proper circulation) wets the tube surfaces, thus keeping the waterwall tube metal
temperatures well within allowable limits.
Film boiling is an abnormal boiling condition and is present at times when insufficient water
flow or circulation exists. When this type of boiling process takes place, steam bubbles form as
water comes in contact with the hot tubes surfaces. They then collect and burst forming a film
of steam which blankets the hot tube surface.
Waterwall tube metal temperatures increase and tube damage can result. A term commonly
used to describe this condition in DNB, or Departure from Nucleate Boiling.
DNB can occur during periods of excessive firing rates if the circulation ratio or tube flow is not
sufficient to carry away excess heat. Steam pockets form over large areas of the inner tube
diameter, creating an insulating film barrier to normal heat transfer.
The transition from Nucleate Boiling to DNB is shown in Figure 5.

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Figure 5: Nucleate Boiling and DNB


Results of DNB can include:

5.

Overheated tube failures


Rapid accumulation of waterside tube deposits
Uncontrollable drum level as large steam pockets are released
Turbulence inside the drum can carry water out with the steam

HEAT TRANSFER PRINCIPLES

The process of transferring thermal energy can only occur if it originates from an area or
material on one temperature to and area or material of a lower temperature. Heat transfer is
vital to the operation of the power plant cycle and occurs in many locations throughout the plant.
6.

HEAT TRANSFER MODES

Conduction
When heat passes through a solid object, quickly moving molecules in the hot portion collide
with and give up some energy to slower molecules in the cooler portion. This type of heat
transfer is called conduction.

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Radiation
Heat transfer occurs via radiation when electromagnetic waves from a heat producing source
strike a surface, and give up energy to the molecules in that surface. Burning fuels give radiant
energy.
Convection
When a heated fluid or vapor moves to a cooler region by circulation resulting from density
differences between the hot and cold areas within the fluid or vapor, this is called convection.
7.

MAIN FACTORS AFFECTING HEAT TRANSFER

Differential Temperatures (T)


The temperature difference between a high temperature source and a low temperature source
is called differential temperature. A higher T will result in a greater amount of heat transfer.
Thermal Conductivity
Thermal conductivity is an indication of how well a material absorbs and transfers heat.
A higher value of thermal conductivity means a material is capable of transmitting heat at a
faster rate than a material with a low thermal conductivity.
Surface Area
Surface area is the area of a low temperature source that is placed in contact with a source of
higher temperature. A larger exposed area will result in a higher heat Transfer Coefficient.
The heat transfer coefficient is a constant factor, which mainly depends on the physical
properties of the heat transferring mediums such as gasses, solids and metal tubes, and the
gas velocity in the boiler. Materials are selected and arranged in the boiler according to their
various heat transfer properties.
Pinch Point
The difference between the gas temperature leaving an evaporating section and the
temperature at which boiling is occurring (saturated water temperature) is called a pinch point.
The pinch point strongly influences the amount of heat transfer surface in the evaporating
section. Current HRSG designs uses pinch points in the 15o to 25o F range. See Figure 16 for
a graphic representation.

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Approach Temperature
The approach temperature is the difference between the saturated-water temperature in an
evaporating section and the incoming feedwater temperature. The approach temperature
influences the amount of surface required for an economizer section, with exponentially
increasing amounts required for very low approach temperatures.
Current HRSG economizers have approach temperatures in the 15o to 25o F range.
Many other operating conditions can occur at off-design points, including start-up.
Some conditions will result in steaming at the exit of the economizer, such that it acts as an
evaporative surface.
See Figure 16 for a graphic representation.
Materials
Metals have good thermal conductivity. The number and arrangement of the tube assemblies
placed in a boiler are selected to provide the proper tube surface area which is expressed to the
hot solids/gasses so that the correct amount of heat is transferred to the water/steam to obtain
design steam pressure and temperatures with design combustion temperatures.
Fiberglass, silica block, and certain refractory compounds are used where heat transfer is not
desired. These materials, called insulators, have low thermal conductivity and help to reduce
the heat transfer.
Improper insulation in the form of ash and /or dust and internal tube deposits can be very
detrimental to boiler heat transfer, as indicated in Figures 6, 7, 8 and 9. Ash/dust deposits on
the external surfaces of boiler tubes have lower thermal conductivity than the tube metal. A
higher differential temperature is required to pass the proper amount of heat through the
ash/dust to the water/steam inside the tubes.
The reduction in heat flow from the tube to the boiler water/steam increases the average tube
metal temperature, which can lead to tube failures from overheating.
Temperature limitations for typical tube materials are shown in Table 1.

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Figure 8: Temperature Profile across Tube Wall with Internal Deposit

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Table 1: Temperature Limitations for Typical Tube Materials


8.

BOILER WATER CIRCULATION

Boiler circulation is defined s the movement of water, a mixture of steam and water, or steam
through boiler tube circuits. There are two types of circulation:

Natural or thermal circulation

Forced or controlled circulation

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Natural Circulation
In natural circulation boilers, circulation is accomplished without the use of circulating pump.
The density difference between steam and water (thermal head) is the driving force in a natural
circulation boiler (Figures 10 and 11).

Figure 10: Natural (Thermal) Circulation

Cold side: The density of saturated water in the downtakes (also called downcomers) will range
between 60 lb/ft3 and 30 lb/ft3, depending on the corresponding pressure and temperature in
the boiler steam drum.
Hot side: The steam/water mixture density in the waterwalls will be approximately 25 lb/ft3.
Variations in boiler pressure have a lesser effect on the mixture density.

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Figure 11: Circulation Schematic for Natural (Thermal) Circulation


As boiler pressure increases, the difference between the densities of water and steam, which is
the motive force for natural circulation boilers, becomes smaller (Figure 12).
Thermal head differential is the resulting differential ranges between approximately 25 psi and
10 psi, with the greater differential being possible in lower pressure boilers (Figures 12 and 13).

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Figure 12: Density of Water to Steam vs. Pressure

In addition to the fact that there is less motive force in a higher-pressure boiler, there are also
other factors in a natural circulation boiler, which oppose circulation. These are:

Friction between water and tube metal

Friction between water and scale deposits in tubes

Friction in tube bends

Friction in lower drum and headers

Friction around upper drum internals

Friction in the steam and water separating equipment

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Figure 13: Typical Boiler Static Head Constant Circulation Ratio of 4.0
Circulation Ratio
Circulation ratio is defined as the weight of water entering the downcomer, divided by the weight
of steam in the water/steam mixture leaving the water wall tube circuits.
Because circulation is dependent on the thermal head, which is dependent on boiler pressure,
the flow of water into the downcomer increases as load decreases. At low loads of 50% of
Maximum Continuous Rating (MCR) or less, the circulation ratio will be much higher since there
is less steam being generated.
Natural Circulation boilers are generally designed for a circulation ratio of 5 equaling a
circulation ratio of 5 to 1. For example, for every 25-lb. Of water entering the downcomer, there
could be as much as 5 lb of steam leaving.
9.

HEAT RECOVERY STEAM GENERATOR

The following material was copied from pages 8-30 to 8-35 of the Combustion Fossil Power
text. A Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) is used to recover heat that otherwise would
be lost in the exhaust from a gas turbine. This heat is then used to generate steam that will
drive a steam turbine or be used in a process.
Typically, the addition of an HRSG and a steam turbine boosts total output of electricity by 30
percent or more over the traditional gas turbine operating in a single cycle mode. Efficiency
increases with the increased output.
Gas turbines have been widely used to provide standby or peaking power for electric utilities, or
for unattended service in remote locations. As described in Chapter 1, the thermal efficiency is
low because of high exit-gas temperatures (800 to 1000o F, or 425 to 540oC) and high excessair levels (220 to 300 percent) in the combustion products. The thermal energy remaining in the
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exhaust gas can be recovered in a heat-recovery boiler to produce additional electricity using a
steam-turbine generator. The combined output of electricity from the gas turbine and the steam
turbine is 30 to 50 percent greater than that obtained from the gas turbine alone, with no
additional fuel input.
Combined-cycle power plants for industrial power-generation application have much higher
thermal efficiencies than conventional steam power plants with the same steam conditions. In
general, the high thermal efficiency of a combined-cycle plant can be economically exploited if
liquid or gaseous fuels are readily available and the unit can be operated continuously or
operated on an interruptible basis at least 50 percent of the time at full power. Chapter 1 of the
Combustion Fossil Power text identified the four major classifications of combined cycles and
their associated heat rates. The two most commonly used cycles for industry employ unfired or
supplementary fired heat-recovery steam generators (HRSGs).
Supplementary fired heat-recovery steam generators use firing equipment located in the
exhaust gas stream in the boiler inlet transition duct. Since gas-turbine exhaust contains 75 to
80 percent of the oxygen normally found in atmospheric air, fuel may be burned without the
need for additional fresh air. By using duct burners, gas-turbine exhaust temperatures can be
increased to 1500 to 1600oF (815 to 870oC) with a consequent reduction in the oxygen content
of the exhaust gas from 15 percent to 11 percent. Supplementary firing generally doubles the
steam output of the heat-recovery boiler by providing a mechanism for varying steam production
and matching process-steam demand, independent of the gas-turbine electricity production.
Most applications of HRSGs to gas-turbines of greater than 20MW generate steam at two or
three pressure levels. High-pressure steam (600 to 1800 psig, or 4.1 to 12.4 MPa gage) usually
drives a steam-turbine generator. Intermediate-pressure steam (200 to 400 psig, or 1.4 to 2.8
MPa gage) is used for process steam in a plant or is injected into the gas-turbine combustor to
reduce NO, emissions. Low-pressure steam (5 psig to 120 psig, or 35 to 825 KPa gage) is used
for plant processes or feedwater heating in a de-aerator. An increasing number of installations
induce intermediate-pressure steam for additional power recovery in the low-pressure stages of
an enhanced power output when plant steam demand is low, but electrical demand is high. The
heat-recovery steam generator may also incorporate additional water-heating sections for
condensate preheating or for high-temperature water for fuel heating or other plant processes.
In some locations, air-quality authorities have imposed very stringent requirements for NOx
emissions from gas turbines. In many cases, these requirements virtually mandate the use of
NOx reduction catalysts in the turbine exhaust steam. These catalyst assemblies operate in a
narrow temperature range that is lower than the turbine exhaust-gas temperature. The
presence of an HRSG is an asset in the strategy to control emissions since the NOx reduction
catalyst may be located in the appropriate temperature zone between sections of heatexchange surface in the boiler.
Steam-Generator Designs
The basic principles for selecting heat-recovery steam-generating equipment are similar to
those for conventional utility and industrial boilers. However, the designer must be aware of the
entire system arrangement in order to integrate the steam generator properly within the overall
plant. Although cycle efficiency and economics generally determine the basic cycle conditions,
the designer is typically faced with a matrix of conditions, which determine the optimum design.
These conditions include a wide range of thermal performance parameters, dictated by varying
ambient conditions and steam load requirements, limitations on capital cost, and restrictions on
available space. In pursuing a solution to the demands of a specific application, three aspects
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of the boiler design process dominate: (1) extensive use of externally finned tubing for
maximum convective heat recovery, (2) an emphasis on low gas-side pressure loss to limit the
gas-turbine fuel-rate penalty associated with increased backpressure on the gas turbine, and (3)
distribution of heat-recovery surface in multiple sections to achieve optimum heat transfer at
each temperature level through the boiler.

Figure 14: Vertical, Unfired Steam Generator for Recovery of Heat from Gas Turbine
Exhaust
Boiler Configuration
Waste-heat boilers in gas-turbine exhaust service can be configured with gas flow in the
horizontal or vertical direction. Vertical gas-flow units permit an arrangement of equipment in
the exhaust flow path that occupies less floor space but requires extensive steel support
structure. Horizontal gas-flow units generally cover a greater plan area, but afford much better
access for maintenance of boiler parts, duct burners, catalyst elements, and other equipment
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Boilers with vertical gas flow usually employ horizontal tubes connected by return bends with
the tubes supported at several locations along the length of the tube my tube sheets, as
illustrated in the figure above. Most of these applications require a circulating pump in the
steam-generating sections of the boiler. The circulating pump ensures uniform distribution of
water to multiple parallel steam-generating circuits. Pumps are usually sized to maintain a
circulation ratio of 4 to 1 at the maximum steaming condition.
Boilers with horizontal gas flow use vertical tubes connected to headers at the top and bottom,
as seen in the following figure. The tube and header assemblies may be either top-supported or
bottom-supported. Although the tubes are self-supporting in the vertical direction, lateral
restraints are required to control gas-flow-induced vibrations. Natural circulation in the steamgenerating sections provides high circulation ratios without the use of pumps.

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Stack
HP Drum
IP Drum
LP Drum/Storage Tank
Inlet Duct
Stair Tower
HP Steam Safety Valve Silencer
Hot Reheat Safety Valve Silencer
Cold Reheat Safety Valve Silencer

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

HP Drum Safety Valve Silencer


HP Drum Safety Valve Silencer
HP/RH Desup. Spraywater Station
Feedwater Heater Recirculation Pumps
CO Catalysts Cavity
SCR Catalyst Cavity
Duct Burner Cavity
Duct Burner Skid
SCR Ammonia Flow Control Skid

Figure 15: Horizontal Gas Flow Heat Recovery Steam Generator


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1300
1200
1100
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100

Figure 16: Temperature Profile of Unfired Heat Recovery Steam Generator with Three
Operating Pressure Levels
A simplified flow diagram (Figure 17) for a triple-pressure HRSG illustrates the way in which
heat-absorbing sections operating at certain temperature levels are located in the gas stream to
minimize the amount of heat-transfer surface required. There are ten discrete heat-exchange
sections distributed in descending order based on the gas temperature available and the fluid
temperature requirements.
The two critical temperature differences that influence the amount of heat-transfer surface and
the overall steam generated at each pressure level are the:

Pinch point: The difference between the gas temperature leaving a evaporating section
and the temperature at which boiling is occurring (saturated-water temperature).

Approach temperature: The difference between the saturated-water temperature in an


evaporating section and the incoming feed-water temperature.

The pinch point strongly influences the amount of heat-transfer surface in the evaporating
section. Current HRSG designs use pinch points in the 15 to 25oF (8 to 14oC) range. In
general, these boilers have 50 percent more surface in the evaporating section than boilers with
pinch points of 40 to 50oF (22 to 28OC).
The approach temperature also influences the temperatures. Current HRSG economizers have
approach temperatures in the 15 to 250oF (8 to 14oC) range at the design point. Many other
operating conditions can occur at off-design points, including start-up. Some conditions will
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Specific provisions to accommodate steaming at levels up to 5 percent of total flow in an
economizer include: (1) careful control of water distribution in the last downflow passes of the
economizer to cause that portion of the economizer to behave as a forced-circulation
evaporator, or (2) configuring the last few passes of the economizer as entirely upflow, with
relief by natural circulation into the steam drum.
The triple-pressure HRSG temperature diagram shown in Figure 16 illustrates the distribution of
heat-exchanger sections and the side of each evaporating bank section.
Approach
temperatures are illustrated as the difference between the water temperature leaving the last
section of each economizer and the saturated-water temperature. Note that the high-pressure
economizer is divided into three separate sections to provide appropriate temperature zones for
the intermediate-pressure superheater, evaporator and economizer.
Typical Construction Features
The triple-pressure HRSG shown in Figure 17 illustrates equipment normally included in the
scope of supply of the boiler supplier:

Expansion joint at gas-turbine exhaust interface

Single-blade exhaust diverter valve bypass stack with silencer

Inlet transition duct with flow corrective devices

Duct burner

Heat-recovery steam-generator modules steam drums

Access ladders and platforms

Exhaust stack

Insulation is placed on the inside of all duct sections and boiler casing sections, thereby allowing
the use of carbon steel casing plate and stiffeners, and minimizing the thermal growth of the
overall boiler structure. A system of internal liner plates protects the insulation from gas flow.
These plates are segmented for individual thermal expansion and overlapped in the direction of
gas flow. All boiler pressure parts are supported in ways that allow complete freedom for
thermal expansion relative to the casing and support structure.

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Fired Steam Generators Supplied with Gas Turbine Exhaust
Normally containing 75 to 80 percent of the oxygen found in free atmospheric air, gas-turbine
exhaust can concurrently supply to the furnace of a steam generator both sensible heat and
oxygen for the combustion of a fuel. The design and operation of such boilers vary
considerably, depending upon the ratio of the total exhaust flow to the amount necessary for
oxidizing the supplementary fuel needed for a given evaporation. Combustion air preheaters
are not used because of the already high level of preheat represented by the 700o to 900oF
(370oF to 480OC) temperature of the exhaust gases. Supplementary-fired steam generators
(Fig. 24) using most of the oxygen in the turbine exhaust are of the same design and size as
units using outside air through forced-draft fans. The stack temperature of such a unit can be
dropped economically to within 100o F (55o C) of the incoming feedwater temperature. Since
the boiler is sized for a flue gas weight based on fresh air firing, a portion of the gas turbine
exhaust is by-passed. This portion of the exhaust is cooled by passing over a separate steam
generating bank, to the same temperature as the gasses passing through the boiler, and then
proceeds to the final heat recovery in the economizer. In such a cycle, gas turbine and boiler
size must be matched closely to obtain a high ratio of feedwater flow to the gas-turbine exhaust
flow.
Because all gas-turbine/boiler applications involve the recovery of sensible heat, the usual
concept of boiler efficiency loses its significance. Customary practice therefore is to evaluate
performance of combined-cycle boilers on the basis of stack temperature. The overall station
heat balance is determined using the calculated value of fuel fired in the boiler (rather than
boiler efficiency as such), in addition to the fuel fired in the gas turbine.

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SECTION 2: HRSG SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


2.1 LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Draw a simplified functional diagram of the HRSG, labeling the major components.

Describe the purpose and function of the major components.

2.2 INTRODUCTION (Refer to Pressure Part Diagram, Figure 2-3)


This section provides a brief description of the components that make up the Heat
Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG). The HRSG consists of three boiler systems at
different pressure levels, high pressure (HP), intermediate pressure (IP), and low pressure
(LP) and a Reheater. The water/steam and the exhaust gas flow paths are described
below, starting from the inlet and following the fluid flow path.
Each pressure stage consists of an economizer, evaporator and superheater. The
Feedwater is heated in the economizer and fed to the drum. From the drum, water is fed
into the evaporator, where a portion is evaporated. The resulting water-steam mixture
returns to the drum, where the mixture is separated by means of separators. The
saturated steam is fed into the superheater.
The water/steam and the exhaust gas flow paths are described in the next section starting
from the inlet and following the fluid flow path.
The heat-absorbing sections of the HRSG are made up of shop-assembled
pressure part modules. These modules can be shipped by truck, rail or barge. Each
module is properly braced for shipment.
The HRSG finned tubing is made by helically winding solid or serrated fin stock to the
walls of bare tubing by means of a low penetration, high frequency resistance welding
process.
The HRSG evaporator circuits incorporate large steam drums to reduce the potential for
water surges normally encountered during cold starts. Dedicated downcomers are used to
ensure a proper circulation in each of the evaporator circuits.
2.3 HIGH PRESSURE WATER/STEAM FLOW PATH
HP feedwater is supplied to the HP pressure section via the HP stage of the feedwater pump,
which extracts feedwater from the Deaerator Storage Tank. The HP Economizer section
functions to raise the boiler feedwater to a suitable approach temperature.
After passing through the feedwater control, check and stop valves, the HP feedwater enters the
HRSG at HP Economizer 4. The water then flows through HP Economizer 4, HP Economizer 3,
HP Economizer 2, and then through HP Economizer 1.
After leaving HP Economizer 1, the water enters the HP Steam Drum through one feedwater
inlet nozzle and continues on to HP Evaporator. Natural circulation is maintained in the HP
Evaporator by means of downcomers, which feed the water from the drum through distribution
manifolds to the lower evaporator headers. Steam is generated and flows upward in the
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evaporator tubes. The saturated water/steam mixture is conducted from the upper HP
Evaporator headers to the HP Steam Drum through risers. The saturated steam is separated
from the saturated water/steam mixture by the drum internals (centrifugal separators,
corrugated dryers, and dry box) and then exits the top of the HP Steam Drum through the
saturated steam outlets. ( A typical section of steam drum internals is shown in Figure 2-1)
The saturated steam leaving the drum passes through HP Superheater 3 and HP Superheater
2. After leaving HP Superheater 2, the steam passes through two HP Desuperheaters in
parallel. After leaving the HP Desuperheater, the steam flows through HP Superheater 1. The
steam leaves HP Superheater 1 through connecting links where it is combined into the HP Main
Steam line.
2.4 REHEATER STEAM FLOW PATH
After combining with the IP steam, the cold RH enters the HRSG through Reheater 2. The
steam then passes through two RH Desuperheaters in parallel into Reheater 1. The steam
leaves Reheater 1 through connecting links where it is combined into the hot Reheat Steam
Line.
2.5 INTERMEDIATE PRESSURE WATER/STEAM FLOW PATH
After passing through the feedwater control, check and stop valves, the IP feedwater enters IP
Economizer 1 then enters the IP Steam Drum through the feedwater inlet nozzle. This flow
continues through the IP Evaporator. Natural circulation is maintained in the IP Evaporator by
means of downcomers, which feed the water from the drum through distribution manifolds to the
lower evaporator headers. Steam is generated and flows upward in the evaporator tubes. The
saturated water/steam mixture is conducted from the upper IP Evaporator headers to the IP
Steam Drum through risers. The saturated steam is separated from the saturated water/steam
mixture entering the steam drum by the drum internals (centrifugal separators, corrugated
dryers, and dry box) and exits the top of the IP Steam Drum through saturated steam outlets.
The saturated steam leaving the drum passes through the IP Superheater. The steam leaves
the IP Superheater through connecting links where it is combined into the IP Main Steam Line.
A portion of the IP Steam can be used as pegging steam for the external deaerator. The IP
steam passes through non-return and stop valves and then combines with the cold reheat
steam.
2.6 LOW PRESSURE WATER/STEAM FLOW PATH
The LP Feedwater takes suction from the Dearerator Storage Tank. The LP Feed water from
terminal point (TP-7) passes through the flow orifice, control valve, stop check valve and block
valve and enters the LP Drum through the feedwater inlet nozzle. A separate Condensate Feed
flows through the Condensate Preheater and on into the External Deaerator Tank. A portion of
the water from the Preheater outlet is taken to the Preheater Recirculation Pump suction. It then
is being recirculated and mixed with the feedwater entering the Preheater inlet nozzle to
increase the temperature of the incoming feedwater prior to entering the External Deaerator.
Natural circulation is maintained in the LP Evaporator by means of downcomers, which feed the
water through distribution manifolds into the lower evaporator headers. Steam is generated and
flows upward in the evaporator tubes. The saturated water/steam mixture is conducted from the
upper LP Evaporator headers to the LP Drum through risers. The saturated steam is separated
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from the saturated water/steam mixture entering the steam drum by the drum internals
(corrugated dryers, and dry box) and exits the top of the LP Drum through saturated steam
outlets.
The saturated steam leaving the drum passes through the LP Superheater. The steam leaves
the LP Superheater through connecting links where it is combined into the LP Main Steam line.
2.7 GAS SIDE FLOW PATHS
The exhaust gas that enters the HRSG will pass by the pressure part sections of the HRSG,
heating the steam or water inside the tubes. The exhaust gas will pass across the pressure part
sections in the following order:
HP Superheater 1 - Reheater 1 - HP Superheater 2 - Reheater 2 - HP Superheater 3 - HP
Evaporator 1 HP Evaporator 2
The gas then passes across the remaining pressure parts sections in the following order:
IP Superheater - HP Economizer 1 - LP Superheater - HP Economizer 2 - IP Evaporator - HP
Economizer 3 - IP Economizer 1 - LP Evaporator - HP Economizer 4 - Condensate Feedwater
Preheater.
The exhaust gas will leave FW Preheater and exit the HRSG through the main exhaust stack.
Some changes may occur in the pressure sections such as surface oxidation. In addition,
normal operation of the boiler may result in some bowing of the tubes due to normal
manufacturing tolerances. Both of these conditions are considered normal and are expected.
2.8 SCR SELECTIVE CATALYTIC REDUCTION SYSTEM (Not used at Nubaria)
N/A
2.9

START-UP VENTS

The HP main steam outlet piping incorporates a remotely operated vent valve at a location
just upstream of the main steam outlet check valve. This valve is used to vent air and
non-condensables from the system during start-up and to relieve excess steam pressure
during steam system transients.
2.10

SKY VENTS

The sky vents system consists of a shut off manual valve, a control valve, the flow orifice
and the steam silencer. Whenever the control valve opens, steam releases into the
atmosphere. The flow orifice determines the steam flow to be added to the total steam
flow for drum level control. The steam silencer reduces the noise through this vent line.
2.11

MAIN STEAM TO COLD REHEAT BYPASS (Not used at Nubaria)

N/A

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2.12

CONDENSATE PREHEATER BYPASS & RECIRCULATION

The Condensate PreHeater recirculating pump performs the following function:


Control of the Condensate PreHeater inlet temperature during gas and oil fired operation
in order to avoid an exhaust gas temperature to be below the acid dew point.
Each HRSG uses a single Condensate PreHeater recirculating pump.
Temperature measuring points are arranged at the inlet of the Condensate PreHeater and
at the outlet of the PreHeater for temperature monitoring.
A safety valve is installed in the LP feedwater inlet line at the upstream of FW Heater for
over pressure protection of the FW Heater when it is isolated.
2.13

DRAINS AND VENTS

2.13.1 SUPERHEATER & REHEATER DRAINS:


Superheater and Reheater drains are provided to take out the condensate from the piping.
Drain valves shall open and close based on the operating logic.

2.13.2 VENTS AND DRAINS:


Vents and drains in water line such as economizer can be used for maintenance purpose.
During normal operation, these valves should be closed.

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2.14

Steam Drum

FIG. 2-1 DRUM INTERNAL CENTRIFUGAL TYPE (TYPICAL)


The drums shall be of fusion
welded construction,
fabricated carbon steel plate
and equipped with two (2)
manway openings, one at
each end of the drum
accessible from the drum
end platform.

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The steam drums will
include primary
centrifugal type unitized
steam separators with
corrugated plate dryers
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Connections are provided
on the steam drums for
steam outlet feed inlet,
riser and downtake,
venting, safety valves,
surface blowdown,
feedwater regulators, water
columns, chemical feed,
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2.15

OVERALL PROJECT

A gas turbine combined with a triple-pressure HRSG with reheat and HP/IP/LP steam
turbines form the combined cycle plant at the Nubaria Power Station.
The HRSG utilizes the hot exhaust gas from the gas turbine to generate steam in three
cycles: high pressure, intermediate, and low pressure. Steam produced is directed to
the steam turbine. The HRSG is also equipped with a reheater section to reheat steam,
which has passed through the HP turbine and direct it to the IP turbine.
The Predicted Performance data provided at the end of this section addresses multiple
operating conditions for the HRSG. Ambient conditions ranged from a modest 15 C
(59 F) on up to 40 C (104 F) were reviewed. Maximum HP steam flow 71.19 Kg/s
occurs at 129.2 bar and 567.7 C.
2.16

SCHEMATIC OVERVIEW

Figure 2-3 (At the end of this section) provides an overview of the fluid flow paths, both
series and parallel, which integrate the HRSG into the larger system of separators,
coolers, preheaters, pumps, and turbines.
Rather than simply being a radiator, the integration of this complex heat transfer system results in one
of the most cost effective and efficient electric power production units in the world.

2.17

GAS SIDE FLOW PATHS

Gas Turbine exhaust gas enters the HRSG at approximately 3,465,000 #/hr at 1121 F.
The exhaust gas passes through the following sections:

HP Superheater 1

Reheater 1

HP Superheater 2

Reheater 2

HP Superheater 3

HP Evaporator

IP Superheater

HP Economizer 1

LP Superheater

HP Economizer 2

IP Evaporator

HP Economizer 3

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LP Evaporator

HP Economizer 4

FW Heater

2.18

Predicted performance

The following Table list multiple data points where performance will be measured either
during normal operation, or during commissioning. Actual numbers will vary with load and
system deterioration, as maintenance is needed. Critical values for safe operation will be
covered in the operation sections. Note that the data reflects one specific case
description. Case descriptions can be generated for various conditions such as ambient
temperature and whether or not the GT evaporative Cooler is on or off.

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Case Number
Case Name
Case Description

Ambient Temperature
Relative Humidity
Atmospheric Pressure
HRSG Performance Status
Gas Turbine Load
Number of Gas Turbines Operating
Gas Turbine Fuel
Gas Turbine Exhaust Flow
Gas Turbine Exhaust Temperature
.
Exhaust Gas
Constituents
% by Volume
.
Miscellaneous Heat Loss
Casing Heat Loss
HP Steam Flow at Terminal Point (1)
HP Steam Temperature (+/- 3C)
HP Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
HP Blowdown Rate
HP Pinch Point
HP Approach Temperature
HP Desuperheater Spraywater Flow
HP Feedwater Temperature
Hot RH Steam Flow
Hot RH Steam Temperature
Hot RH Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
RH Desuperheater Spray
Cold RH Steam Flow to HRSG
Cold RH Steam Temperature
Cold RH Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
Reheater Pressure Drop
IP Steam Flow to Cold RH Inlet (1)
IP Steam Temperature (+/- 3C)
IP Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
IP Pegging Steam Flow to Deaerator (4)
IP Blowdown Rate
IP Pinch Point
IP Approach Temperature
IP Feedwater Temperature
LP Steam Flow to Steam Turbine (1)
LP Steam Temperature (+/- 3C)
LP Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
LP Pegging Steam Flow to Deaerator (4)
LP Blowdown Rate
LP Pinch Point
LP Approach Temperature
LP Feedwater Temperature
Deaerator Operating Pressure
FW Flow at Deaerator Inlet
FW Preheater Bypass Flow
FW Preheater Outlet Water
Temperature
FW Preheater Inlet Water Temperature
FW Preheater Recirculation Flow
FW Preheater Supply Water
Temperature
Gas Temperature Leaving HRSG
Gas Side Static Pressure Loss (2)
Inside Fouling Factor
Outside Fouling Factor

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C
O2
N2
CO2
H2O
Ar
kW
kW
kg/s
C
bara
%
C
C
kg/s
C
kg/s
C
bara
kg/s
kg/s
C
bara
bar
kg/s
C
bara
kg/s
%
C
C
C
kg/s
C
bara
kg/s
%
C
C
C
bara
kg/s
kg/s
C

1
CASE01
NG, 27C
ambient, 100%
load, 2x2x1
27.0
65
1.01
Guaranteed
100
2X2X1
NG
630.90
598.4
12.48
73.59
3.84
9.23
0.86
842
842
71.19*
567.7*
129.2
0.0
6.3
9.0
0.00
112.7
81.53
566.5*
23.4
0.00
70.03
330.2
25.5
2.1*
11.50*
324.4
25.5
0.0
0.0
16.2
15.8
112.0
8.47*
296.0*
5.2
0.37
0.0
24.1
48.5
111.4
1.5
91.19
0.0
109.3

C
kg/s
C

51.7
12.10
44.0

51.7
40.00
30.3

51.7
12.75
43.7

51.7
28.00
37.5

51.7
24.75
35.7

122.6
255.0*
0.0000176
0.000335

121.6
274.9
0.0000176
0.000335

119.9
231.1
0.0000176
0.000335

115.0
258.7
0.0000176
0.000335

105.2
153.1
0.0000176
0.000335

C
%
bara
%

C
mm water
m2-C/W
m2-C/W

2
3
CASE02
CASE03
NG, 15C NG, 40C ambient,
ambient 100% 100% load, 2x2x1
load, 2x2x1
15.0
40.0
60
60
1.01
1.01
Predicted
Predicted
100
100
2X2X1
2X2X1
NG
NG
661.00
594.70
589.7
610.9
12.64
12.13
74.52
72.05
3.88
3.80
8.08
11.17
0.87
0.84
860
829
860
829
72.21
69.96
559.3
573.1
130.3
125.0
0.0
0.0
6.5
6.0
8.6
8.9
0.00
0.77
112.5
112.6
83.37
79.03
558.5
572.8
23.7
23.1
0.00
0.83
71.12
67.57
325.5
332.8
25.5
24.9
1.80
1.80
12.25
10.63
324.3
323.0
25.5
24.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
17.0
15.3
16.0
15.8
112.0
112.0
9.43
8.35
297.2
293.6
5.2
5.0
1.56
0.60
0.0
0.0
25.4
23.7
47.9
45.8
111.4
111.4
1.5
1.5
92.33
89.36
0.0
0.0
101.0
107.3

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CASE04
NG, 20.7C
ambient, 100%
load, 1x1x1
20.7
65
1.01
Predicted
100
1X1X1
NG
647.30
593.5
12.57
74.12
3.86
8.58
0.87
863
863
76.67
565.8
74.5
0.0
9.3
3.1
0.00
113.6
83.64
565.2
13.2
0.00
73.94
357.2
15.7
2.50
9.70
296.9
15.7
0.0
0.0
15.5
9.9
112.1
8.59
268.9
3.0
1.99
0.0
24.0
33.4
111.4
1.5
92.97
0.0
98.5

5
CASE05
NG, 20.7C
ambient, 65%
load, 1x1x1
20.7
65
1.01
Predicted
65
1X1X1
NG
488.20
578.5
13.38
74.39
3.47
7.87
0.87
639
639
57.00
560.6
55.4
0.0
6.9
1.1
0.00
114.2
62.02
557.9
9.7
0.00
54.80
354.2
11.8
2.10
7.22
277.4
11.8
0.0
0.0
12.6
9.4
112.2
6.45
253.8
2.2
1.77
0.0
19.3
22.8
111.4
1.5
68.90
0.0
96.1

2-8

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Case Number
Case Name
Case Description

Ambient Temperature
Relative Humidity
Atmospheric Pressure
HRSG Performance Status
Gas Turbine Load
Number of Gas Turbines Operating
Gas Turbine Fuel
Gas Turbine Exhaust Flow
Gas Turbine Exhaust Temperature
.
Exhaust Gas
Constituents
% by Volume
.
Miscellaneous Heat Loss
Casing Heat Loss
HP Steam Flow at Terminal Point (1)
HP Steam Temperature (+/- 3C)
HP Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
HP Blowdown Rate
HP Pinch Point
HP Approach Temperature
HP Desuperheater Spraywater Flow
HP Feedwater Temperature
Hot RH Steam Flow
Hot RH Steam Temperature
Hot RH Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
RH Desuperheater Spray
Cold RH Steam Flow to HRSG
Cold RH Steam Temperature
Cold RH Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
Reheater Pressure Drop
IP Steam Flow to Cold RH Inlet (1)
IP Steam Temperature (+/- 3C)
IP Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
IP Pegging Steam Flow to Deaerator (4)
IP Blowdown Rate
IP Pinch Point
IP Approach Temperature
IP Feedwater Temperature
LP Steam Flow to Steam Turbine (1)
LP Steam Temperature (+/- 3C)
LP Steam Pressure at Terminal Point
LP Pegging Steam Flow to Deaerator (4)
LP Blowdown Rate
LP Pinch Point
LP Approach Temperature
LP Feedwater Temperature
Deaerator Operating Pressure
FW Flow at Deaerator Inlet
FW Preheater Bypass Flow
FW Preheater Outlet Water
Temperature
FW Preheater Inlet Water Temperature
FW Preheater Recirculation Flow
FW Preheater Supply Water
Temperature
Gas Temperature Leaving HRSG
Gas Side Static Pressure Loss (2)
Inside Fouling Factor
Outside Fouling Factor

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C
O2
N2
CO2
H2O
Ar
kW
kW
kg/s
C
bara
%
C
C
kg/s
C
kg/s
C
bara
kg/s
kg/s
C
bara
bar
kg/s
C
bara
kg/s
%
C
C
C
kg/s
C
bara
kg/s
%
C
C
C
bara
kg/s
kg/s
C

6
CASE06
OIL, 27C
ambient, 100%
load,2x2x1
27.0
65
1.01
Guaranteed
100
2X2X1
OIL
647.80
575.0
11.78
71.53
5.06
10.76
0.84
734
734
69.64*
549.0*
123.4
0.0
6.5
7.0
0.00
142.4
78.38
548.2*
22.8
0.00
68.52
319.9
24.6
1.80
9.86*
318.4
24.6
2.8
0.0
17.3
10.9
141.6
0.0
293.2*
4.6
10.86
0.0
26.5
18.5
140.9
3.7
79.51
79.51
42.6

C
kg/s
C

N/A
N/A
42.6

N/A
N/A
28.0

N/A
N/A
41.8

N/A
N/A
36.6

171.5
272.9*
0.0000176
0.000335

174.9
294.4
0.0000176
0.000335

172.0
247.4
0.0000176
0.000335

168.5
277.8
0.0000176
0.000335

C
%
bara
%

C
water
m2-C/W
m2-C/W
mm

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7
8
CASE07
CASE08
OIL, 15C OIL, 40C ambient,
ambient, 100% 100% load, 2x2x1
load, 2x2x1
15.0
40.0
60
60
1.01
1.01
Predicted
Predicted
100
100
2X2X1
2X2X1
OIL
OIL
678.80
610.50
566.8
586.8
11.93
11.46
72.41
70.06
5.12
5.01
9.67
12.62
0.85
0.82
739
718
739
718
70.59
68.91
541.2
559.8
125.0
123.2
0.0
0.0
6.7
6.1
6.7
7.9
0.00
0.00
149.5
149.6
77.96
75.45
541.3
559.5
22.4
22.2
0.00
0.00
69.24
67.33
310.3
324.2
24.1
23.8
1.70
1.60
8.72
8.12
317.7
318.9
24.1
23.8
4.97
3.78
0.0
0.0
18.4
16.5
9.7
10.1
148.7
148.7
0.0
0.0
294.1
291.7
4.7
4.7
11.53
10.43
0.0
0.0
27.9
26.0
11.1
9.5
148.0
148.0
4.5
4.5
79.31
77.03
79.31
77.03
28.0
41.8

9
CASE09
NG, 20.7C
ambient, 100%
load, 1x1x1
20.7
65
1.01
Predicted
100
1X1X1
OIL
664.70
570.4
11.87
72.03
5.09
10.14
0.84
746
746
75.95
546.6
72.3
0.0
9.5
1.7
0.00
150.2
76.99
547.8
12.5
0.00
72.56
342.0
15.5
3.00
4.43
290.9
15.5
6.93
0.0
17.2
3.1
148.8
0.0
270.5
4.6
8.89
0.0
23.1
6.8
148.0
4.5
80.38
80.38
36.6

2-9

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


Notes:
1) Steam productions rates based on specified feedwater inlet temperature.
2) Static gas side pressure loss from HRSG ductwork inlet to exhaust stack outlet including:
Stack Damper, Stack Silencer, Exhaust Stack
3) Stack Height: 82 m, Stack I.D.: 6.86 m, Site Elevation: 9 m
4) From superheated steam line.
5) The performance guarantee(s) for steam flow is given without tolerance. However, a
measuring uncertainty as allowed by ASME PTC 4.4 will be considered for evaluation of any
performance deviation.
6) Cold reheat steam flow and temperature before mixing with IPSH steam is as stated in
Specification 10037-9-3PS-MBPR-00001 Appendix C Table 7.0A.
(*) These points guaranteed. All others predicted.

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HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


Figure 2-3 Typical Three (3) Drum HRSG System Flow Schematic
Line to External Deaerator

Deaer FWTR
(unit A)

1- 8" 106C/40

1 - 6" 106C/40

1 - 8" 106C/40

LP Deaer Pegging Steam Extraction from Customer Common Header (2 units)


1 - 20" 106C/40

CV
LP Deaer Pegging Steam (for oil cases)

IP Deaer Pegging Steam Extraction (1 unit)

1 - 8" 106C/40

1 - 14" 106C/40

Cold RH Inlet

48 47 46

HPEVAP2

45 44 43 42

41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34

33

MLL-3A
54 - 3" 106C/160

MLL-3B
30 - 4" 106C/XXS

3 - 14" 106C/160

ML-3

ML-3-1

1 - 12" P91/160 1 - 24" P22/80

FML-8

FML-9

1 - 12" P91/120

1 - 12" P91/120

HPD-1

HPD-2

HP DESUP

1 - 24" P22/40

3-10" 106C/160

FML-7

FML-5

FML-6

4
106C/80

HPECON1

31 30 29 28

9-3"

9-3"

27 26 25

HPECON2

23 22 21

24

C-2
9-3"

9-3"

3-6" 106C/40

C-2-1
9-3" 106C/160

3 3 3 3
106C/160

15

20 19 18 17 16

30 - 3" 106C/80 MLL-2


3-8" 106C/160

1 - 6"
106C/40
ML-2-1

ML-2

14 13

12

C-2
9-3"

LPBP

106C/160

LPEVAP

11 10

1-8"
106C/40

1- 2.5" 106C/80

106C/160

FML-3

3-8" 106C/160

9-3"
C-2

1-6"
106C/40

ML-1-1

C-2-1 9-3" 106C/160 (typ)

HPECON 4

MLL-1 24- 3" 106C/80

ML-1

106C/160

106C/160

FWHTR

FWTR
Bypass

C-1
9-3" 106C/80

1- 6" 106C/40

FML-2

1- 3" 106C/80

IP Feed

1- 3" 106C/80
IPFW

1- 4" 106C/160

LPSTM

FML-1

RECRC-2
1- 4" 106C/40

HPSTART (25%)

LP Steam

HPFW

HP Feed

1 - 2" 106C/80

1- 8" 106C/160

HPBP

1- 6" 106C/160
After Check Valve
Before Check Valve

1- 8" 106C/160

1- 8" 106C/160

1-14" 106C/40

1-16" 106C/40

Section 1

HPECON 3

IPEVAP

LP STM Sky Vent


(100%)

FML-4

RHSW

HPSW

C-1
9-3" 106C/80

LP Feed

1 - 2" P22/80

1- 2" P22/XXS

106C/160

1-16" 106C/80

RH DESUP

RHD-2

3 3 3
106C/160

LU-1
9-3"
106C/80

LU-3

LU-4

9-3" 106C/160

LU-5
6 - 4" 106C/80
32

3 3 3 3
106C/160

C-2 106C/160 (typ)


9-3"

Recirc Pump
Recirc Min
Flow Line

1- 2" 106C/160

Gas Flow
Section 2

Section 3

Section 4

COND

FML-10

1 - 24" P22/80

1 - 24" P22/40
RHD-1

1 - 12" P91/160

LU-2
6 - 3" 106C/80

106C/160

1- 8" 106C/40

27- 4"
P91/XXS

51 50 49

3
4
106C/80

C-2
9-3"

FMU-11- 8"

FWBP

R-2
30 - 3" 106C/80

1-3" 106C/80

LL-1
9-3" 106C/80

3 3 3 3
106C/160

FMU-2

1 - 3" 106C/80

6-12" P11/80

6-10" 106C/160

24- 3"
P11/80

DC-1

LL-2
9 - 3" 106C/160

54 53 52

LL-8

LL-9

HPEVAP1

P22/XXS

36- 4"
P22/80

27- 4"
P91/XXS

LL-10

LPBPS (2 units)

HPIPBPS (2 units) 1 - 16" 106C/40

P22/XXS

HPSH3

C-2
9-3"

LPDRUM

LPFW

RHTR2

9-3"

1 - 3" 106C/80

6 - 10" P11/40

MU-1

36- 3"
P11/80

58 57 56 55

4 4 4 4
106C/XXS

DC-2

LL-3

61 60 59

P22/XXS

C-2
9-3"

12-4" 106C/80

HPSH2

9-3"

LPSH

RHTR1

FMU-3

LL-4

HPSH1

P22/XXS

1- 2.5" 106C/80

C-2-1
9-3"

3-10" 106C/160

15-4" 106C/80

4 4 4
P91/XXS

2 - 20" 106C/120

MU-2

IPSH

LL-5
6 - 4" 106C/80

1 - 20" 106C/120

P91/XXS

IPBP

FWHTR RecircLine

P91/XXS

54 - 3" 106C/160

36 - 4" 106C/160

LL-6

C-4B

C-5
27- 4"
P22/XXS

LP
Drum
60" ID

1 - 3" 106C/80
IPDRUM

6 - 8" 106C/40

C-4A

LU-6
27- 4" 106C/80

1-8" 106C/160

1 - 20" 106C/80

LL-7

HRH-1

1 - 24" P22/80

FMU-6

36- 4"
P22/80

LU-7

27- 4"
P91/XXS

LU-8
4 4
1 - 6" 106C/40

FMU-7

IP
Drum
54" ID

FMU-4

DC-3

1 - 24" P22/140

1 - 14" P91/2"
AWT

1-6" 106C/40

1-8" 106C/40

HPDRUM
1-8" 106C/160

HP
Drum
72" ID

RECRC-1

IPSAT-1
3 - 6" 106C/40

1-2" 106C/40

FMU-5

36- 4"
P22/80

FMU-8

1-16" P22/80
1 - 14" P91/160

HPSTM

RH STM Sky Vent


(50%)

IP STM Sky Vent (10%)

1-8" 106C/40

HPSAT-1
3-8" 106C/100

1 - 20" 106C/40
CRH-2

Hot RH

LPSAT-1
3 - 10" 106C/40

IPSTM

1-8" 106C/40

HP Steam

1-3" P91/160

Dearator
Storage Tank

1 - 4" 106C/40

1 - 20" 106C/40

CRH-1
HP STM Sky Vent
(10%)

IP Deaer Pegging Steam Extraction (1 unit)

IPECON

CV

FROM IP STM OUTLET


MANIFOLD (FMU-5)

1 - 4" 106C/40

6-3" 106C/80

1 - 20" 106C/40

27- 4"
106C/XXS

External
Dearator

2 - 6" 106C/40

LP Deaer Pegging Steam


(for natural gas cases)

1 - 10" 106C/40

1 - 26" (or 30") 106C/


40 Manifold to be
provided by DA
Supplier

2 - 6" 106C/40

Deaer FWTR
(unit B)

Condensate
Feed

Notes:
LP Feed Pumps

- 3 ft from Grade

HP/IP Feed Pumps

- Field Manifold

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- Shop Manifold

2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"

6 - 3"
6 - 3"
4 - 3"
4 - 3"

D
Circs Risers

2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"

2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"
2 - 3"

D
Circs Risers

Risers
3 - 4"
3 - 4"
3 - 4"
3 - 4"
Circs
3 - 4"
3 - 4"
2 - 4"
2 - 4"

2-12

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

SECTION 3: AUXILIARY SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT


3.1

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Describe the purpose, function and basic operation of the auxiliary system and components of
the HRSG.
3.2

SAFETY VALVES

Safety valves are devices that protect the steam and water circuits of the boiler against
accidental over pressurization. They provide the final protection against pressure part damage
when other means, such as control and interlock systems fail or cannot react fast enough.
The A.S.M.E. Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code states that safety valves are required on every
pressure vessel. The boiler code also requires that the safety valves have a total steam
relieving capacity at least equal to the rated full load steam flow of the boiler.
3.2.1 Description
Each safety valve consists of a valve disc and seat, which form the seating surfaces. The disc
is attached to the valve stem, called spindle, which extends up through the valve body. See
Figure 3-11.
A spring is used to provide the necessary force to hold the disk against the valve seat until the
steam pressure below the disk forces the valve open, overcoming the spring compression.
The compression screw is used to adjust spring compression or the popping pressure at which
the safety valve opens.
Upper and lower adjusting rings are provided inside the valve body near the valve disc and seat.
The upper adjusting ring is used to adjust the blowdown or the difference between the valve
opening and closing pressure. The lower adjusting ring is provided to obtain a quick popping
action and to cushion the closing of the valve.

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HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

ITEM
NO
1
2
3

NOMENCLATURE
Nozzle
Body
Warn Ring

Disc Holder

Disc Retainer

Control Ring Pin Assembly

Control Ring

Warn Ring Pin Assembly

Guide

10

Yoke

11

Bolt

12

Lever

13

Stem Assembly

14

Spring

15

Spring Step

16

Compression Screw

17

Lever Pin

18

Cotter Pin

19

Locknut

20

Lift Cam

21

Cap

22

Lift Nut

23

Lift Disc

24

Lift Pin

25

Cap Screw

26

Spring Pin

27

Stem Retainer

28

Retainer Lock Nut

29

Shield

30

Disc

Figure 3-1: Typical Safety Valve Components

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3-2

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


3.2.2 Hydrostatic Test Plugs and Valve Gags
Hydrostatic test plugs are installed between the valve disc and seat for two purposes.

To protect the valve seating surfaces during shipment.

To increase spring compression to prevent the valve from opening during initial hydrostatic
testing.

These plugs must be removed before initial valve setting during boiler start-up.
Safety valve gags prevent the safety valve from opening during hydrostatic tests and are also
used when setting safety valves and when making valve adjustments. A typical Safety Valve
Gag is shown in Figure 3-2.

NOTE:
Under no circumstances should gags be left on during normal operation.

Figure 3-2:

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3-3

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


3.2.3 Safety Valve Operation
Steam pressure in the drum or header is applied directly to the valve disc through the inlet
nozzle. When the popping pressure is reached the steam pressure overcomes the force of the
spring and the disc and spindle is pushed up opening the valve. This is called the full life
position.
The reaction force of the steam blowing between the disc and the seat holds the valve open.
With the safety valve open the system steam pressure drops.
When the spring pressure overcomes the steam pressure, the disc and spindle return to the
closed position. Figure 3-3 shows a typical safety valve in both the open and closed positions.

Figure 3-3:

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3-4

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


3.2.4 Location
Valves are identified in Table 3-1.
Table 3-1. Safety Valves

Tag No.

Valve Description

Set Pressure

1A-AA-V-264
1B-AA-V-264
2A-AA-V-264
2B-AA-V-264

HP DRUM SV #1

150 Barg

1A-AA-V-265
1B-AA-V-265
2A-AA-V-265
2B-AA-V-265

HP DRUM SV #2

154 Barg

1A-AA-V-355
1B-AA-V-355
2A-AA-V-355
2B-AA-V-355

HP SH SV

138.5 Barg

RH INLET SV

31.5 Barg

1A-AA-V-751, 1A-AA-V-752
1B-AA-V-751, 1B-AA-V-752
2A-AA-V-751, 2A-AA-V-752
2B-AA-V-751, 2B-AA-V-752

32.5 Barg

1A-AA-V-780
1B-AA-V-780
2A-AA-V-780
2B-AA-V-780
2B-AA-V-780

RH OUTLET SV

27.6 Barg

1A-AA-V-564
1B-AA-V-564
2A-AA-V-564
2B-AA-V-564

IP DRUM SV #1

31.5 Barg

1A-AA-V-565
1B-AA-V-565
2A-AA-V-565
2B-AA-V-565

IP DRUM SV #2

32.5 Barg

1A-AA-V-602
1B-AA-V-602
2A-AA-V-602
2B-AA-V-602

IP SH SV

29.7 Barg

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Tag No.

Valve Description

Set Pressure

1A-AA-V-889
1B-AA-V-889
2A-AA-V-889
2B-AA-V-889

LP DRUM SV #1

8.5 barg

1A-AA-V-890
1B-AA-V-890
2A-AA-V-890
2B-AA-V-890

LP DRUM SV #2

8.7 Brag

1A-AA-V-917
1B-AA-V-917
2A-AA-V-917
2B-AA-V-917

LP SH SV

7.6 Barg

1A-AA-V-432
1B-AA-V-432
2A-AA-V-432
2B-AA-V-432

IP ECONOMIZER INLET SRV

88.90 Barg

0
0
0
0

IP FW PILOT OPERATED RV

87.50 Barg

1A-AA-V-028
1B-AA-V-028
2A-AA-V-028
2B-AA-V-028

Cond PRHTR INLET SRV

26.00 Barg

1A-AA-V-030
1B-AA-V-030
2A-AA-V-030
2B-AA-V-030

Cond PRHTR PILOT OPERATED RV

24.60 Barg

1X-AA-V-018D
2X-AA-V-018D

External Deaerator SV #1

8.50 Barg

1X-AA-V-062D
2X-AA-V-062D

External Deaerator SV #2

8.90 Barg

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3.2.5 Safety Valve Precautions
The following are suggested guidelines to follow when working with or near safety valves.

Do not go near the discharge side of a safety valve.

The safety valve body drain must be piped to a safe area. If left open, steam will escape
and present a burn hazard to personnel near the valve.

Always gag a safety valve before making ring adjustments.

Exercise caution when examining a safety valve for audible leakage. Superheated steam is
not visible.

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3.2.6 Exhaust Piping Arrangement
The exhaust from the safety and the relief valves are not attached to the building steel, and are
free to move inside the vent pipe that vents the steam to the atmosphere. Only the vent pipe is
attached to the building steel framework.
Drains from the drip pan and exhaust vent pipe remove condensate. Vent piping is not
connected to the valve body and should discharge the steam to a safe location.
Proper drainage installation will prevent condensate buildup in the valve body and drip pan.

Figure 3-4: RECOMMENDED SAFETY VALVE ESCAPE PIPING

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3.3

WATER LEVEL GAUGE

The primary function of water gauges and indicators is to provide the operator with a readily
visible means of monitoring the water level within the steam drums at all times.
Proper water level in steam drums is crucial during HRSG operation for the following reasons:

Too low a water level in a steam drum may cause reduction and/or loss of circulation in the
tube circuits.

Too high a water level will reduce the effectiveness of the steam separators and dryers in
the drums causing water carry-over to the superheating tube assemblies.

3.3.1 Location
The water gauge level indicator is attached to the end of each steam drum to allow visual
monitoring of the steam drum water level.
In accordance with the A.S.M.E. code for power boilers, a minimum of two (2) steam drum level
indicators must be in service on the boiler steam drum at all times.
In addition to the water level gauge, three level transmitters are also attached to the steam
drum.
3.3.2 Description
Normal operating water level in the steam drum is approximately the centerline of the drum.
(See Figures 4-3, 4-4 and 4-5 for Drum Level Setpoints for the LP, IP, and HP Drums).
The centerline of the gauge glass is located slightly below the normal water level (NWL) to
correct for sub-cooling effects during operation.
The gauge assembly typically consists of a steel body with flat glass faces. The tie-bar
(necessary on only one end of these drums) includes upper and lower valves, which provide
isolation of the water gauge for servicing and a connection for draining. This type of gauge
requires a rear positioned illuminator. The illuminator is a device, which provides an electric
lamp source for better viewing.
The centerline of the water gauge glass is location slightly below the normal water level to
correct for sub cooling effects during operation.
Sub cooling is a condition when the water in the lower gauge glass connection is cooler than the
water in the steam drum. The level in the water gauge will be lower than the actual level in the
drum because the density in the gauge is greater than that of the steam drum. Placing the
gauge centerline below the drum centerline compensates for the density difference between the
water gauge and the steam drum.
The water gauge body is attached vertically to a support column, which is connected to the
water and steam sides of the steam drum through connections provided on the end of the steam
drum.
The water gauge is assembled from glass along with the necessary gaskets for sealing against
drum pressure and temperature.
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The drum water level is visible in the water gauge at all times, no matter how rapidly the water
may rise or fall within the steam drum. This enables the operator to take an accurate reading at
any time during operation.
3.3.3 Operation
Water gauges use the principle of liquid seeking a level between two connected vessels. The
top of the gauge glass is connected to the steam space of the drum. The bottom of the gauge
connection is below the normal water level of the drum. This arrangement will allow the liquid in
the gauge to rise to a level indicative of the level in the steam drum.
Water in the gauge glass is cooler than water in the vessel and is denser. This results in a
gauge water level, which is lower than the true water level in the vessel. Although this is
compensated for, the operator must be cautioned to look for any other conditions, which may
also lead to variations in gauge levels, such as:

Plugged connection lines that will cause abnormal level readings, which can be corrected by
proper lowdown.

Steam leaks that will reduce the pressure in the steam space of the gauge and will cause
the water level in the gauge to rise. Steam leaks should be properly corrected to prevent
damage to the gauge gasket-seating surface as well as to prevent false readings.

3.3.4 Water Gauge Blowdown


The procedure for water gauge blowdown is as follows:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.

Make sure that the gauge glass can be isolated and drained separately from the
transmitter. (See Figure 3-5)
Close the upper and lower gauge valves.
Open the drain valves and drain the gauge.
Crack open the upper valve and allow the rush of steam to pass through the gauge,
cleaning the glass.
Close the upper valve.
Inspect the gauge for cleanliness and if necessary repeat 3 and 4.
Close the drain valve and slowly open the upper and lower gauge valves.

The gauge should now be clean and ready for service.

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Figure 3-5: Gauge Glass and Drum Level Indicators


For operation and care of the gauge glasses and level transmitters, refer to the unit Instruction
Manuals.

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3.4

SELECTIVE CATALYTIC REDUCTION SYSTEM (SCR)


Not Applicable (N/A) to Nubaria

3.5

COEN DUCT BURNER


N/A to Nubaria

3.6

NITROGEN OXIDE(S)
N/A to Nubaria

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SECTION 4: DRUM LEVEL and PROCESS CONTROL


4.1.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Explain the drum three-element drum level control function using drum level, feedwater flow,
and steam flow. Additionally, provide a fundamental list of other process controls typical to
this type of three-drum HRSG system.

Describe the monitoring and supervision provided for on the HRSG and supervision
provided for on the HRSG and list what parameters will initiate a unit Gas Turbine run back
or possible trip.

4.2

CONCEPT for LP, IP, and HP DRUM LEVEL CONTROLS

The Feedwater control system modulates the rate of feedwater flow to the boiler to match the
steam demand leaving the boiler.
A relatively constant drum level is maintained by the control system throughout the operating
load range of the boiler. Controlled steam drum level is important for two significant reasons.

An excessively low water flow will expose boiler tubes resulting in overheating of the tube
metal.

An excessively high water level will interfere with the steam-water separating equipment in
the steam drum. Water separation becomes less effective and some water will be entrained
in the steam leaving the drum. Water is then carried over with the steam, resulting in
damage to plant equipment.

When load demand changes occur, the amount of steam required by the turbine/process
changes. The flow of feedwater to the boiler must also change to meet the new load demands.
The drum level control system provides for the necessary balance between the turbine and the
boiler.
An accurate measure of the balance between boiler fluid input and steam flow output is steam
drum level. The feedwater control system sustains this balance by maintaining the proper fluid
storage level within the boiler at all times.
4.2.1

Drum Level Control

HP Drum Level Control


(Drum level will be corrected by the drum pressure).
Normal Level:
The drum level control will regulate the rate of feed water flow to maintain a proper drum level
throughout the operation range of the steam generator. To get the maximum benefit from a
three-element system, the feed water flow should be proportional to steam flow with reset action
on drum level which means that the mass of feed water entering should always be equal to the
mass of steam leaving, with continuous corrections made for deviations from level set points.
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HP FW By-pass Control Valve (V-108) will open & close (modulate) to maintain drum NWL
set point, when HP FW Control Valve (V-100) is opened <20%.
HP FW Control Valve (V-100) will open & close (modulate) to maintain drum NWL set point,
when HP FW By-pass control valve (LV-D05B) reaches 80% opening.
When HP FW Control Valve (V-100) is opened >20%, then HP FW By-pass Control Valve
(V-108) shall be closed fully.
HP FW Control Valve (V-100) shall be closed fully if valve opening < 15%.

Required actions:
High High level:
Sound the alarm.
Close the HP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-102).
Ensure that HP Feedwater By-pass Control Valve is closed (V-108)
GT protective load shedding (*).
HP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-102) remains closed.
High level:
Sound the alarm.
Open the HP Evap Intermittent Blow-off Isolation Valve (HV-180).
Low level:
Sound the alarm.
Low Low Level:
Sound the alarm.
GT protective load shedding (*).
GT trip (after 2 min. of total elapsed time) if alarm not cleared.
(*)

PLS will bring GT to zero load within 2 minutes (GT gas temperature is expected to be
~50% of its full scale). PLS will continue until correcting the cause of problem and
process returns to normal.

IP Drum Level Control:


(Drum level will be corrected by the drum pressure).
Normal Level:
The drum level control will regulate the rate of feed water flow to maintain a proper drum level
throughout the operation range of the steam generator. To get the maximum benefit from a
three-element system, the feed water flow should be proportional to steam flow with reset action
on drum level which means that the mass of feed water entering should always be equal to the
mass of steam leaving, with continuous corrections made for deviations from level set points.

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IP FW Control Valve (LV-430) will open & close (modulate) to maintain drum NWL set point.

Required actions:
High High level:
Sound the alarm.
Close the IP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-400).
GT protective load shedding (*).
IP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-400) remains closed.
High level:
Sound the alarm.
Open the IP Evap Intermittent Blow-off Isolation Valve (HV-480).
Low level:
Sound the alarm.
Low Low Level:
Sound the alarm.
GT protective load shedding (*).
GT trip after 2 minutes (maximum total elapsed time) if alarm not cleared.

(*)

PLS will bring GT to zero load within 2 minutes (GT gas temperature is expected to be
~50% of its full scale). PLS will continue until correcting the cause of problem and
process returns to normal.

LP Drum Level Control:


(Drum level will be corrected by the drum pressure).
Normal Level:
The drum level control will regulate the rate of feed water flow to maintain a proper drum level
throughout the operation range of the steam generator. To get the maximum benefit from a
three-element system, the feed water flow should be proportional to steam flow with reset action
on drum level which means that the mass of feed water entering should always be equal to the
mass of steam leaving, with continuous corrections made for deviations from level set points.

LP FW By-pass Control Valve (V-819) will open & close (modulate) to maintain drum NWL
set point, when LP FW Control Valve (LV-801) is opened <20%.
LP FW Control Valve (LV-801) will open & close (modulate) to maintain drum NWL set point,
when LP FW By-pass control valve (V-819) reaches 80% opening.
When LP FW Control Valve (LV-801) is opened >20%, then LP FW By-pass Control Valve
(V-819) shall be closed fully.
LP FW Control Valve (LV-801) shall be closed fully if valve opening < 15%.

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Required actions:
High High level:
Sound the alarm.
Close the LP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV800)
GT protective load shedding (*).
LP Feedwater Stop Valves (HV-800) remains closed.
High level:
Sound the alarm
Open LP Evap Intermittent Blow-off Isolation Valve (HV-825).
Low level:
Sound the alarm.
Low Low Level:
Sound the alarm.
GT protective load shedding (*).
GT trip (after 2 minutes maximum total elapsed time) if alarm not cleared.

(*)

PLS will bring GT to zero load within 2 minutes (GT gas temperature is expected to be
~50% of its full scale). PLS will continue until correcting the cause of problem and
process returns to normal.

Dearator Storage Tank and Condensate Preheater


Condensate Preheater Bypass Operation

When operating the HRSG Unit with high sulfur fuel, the Condensate Preheater should be
bypassed. To bypass the Condensate Preheater, the Condensate Preheater Feedwater
Stop Valve (HV-002) is closed and the Condensate Preheater Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003)
is opened, resulting in all of the flow bypassing the Condensate Preheater.
Online Switch Over to Engage Condensate Preheater Recirculation

In order to accomplish an on-line switch over while the HRSG is in operation and reengage
the Condensate Preheater Recirculation, turn on the Condensate Preheater Recirculation
Pump (PMP-040) and open the Recirculation Pump Discharge Control Valve to 100% open.
To prevent thermal shock of the Preheater manifold, keep the Condensate Preheater
Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003) open for 15 minutes after opening the Condensate Preheater
Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-002).
Set the Feedwater Heater Recirculation Control in AUTO mode.
Pegging Steam Control

Pegging steam flow from the IP and LP Systems will be controlled by the Pegging Steam
Control Valves (PV-001D, PV-002D and PV-003D) to maintain the Deaerator Storage Tank
Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at a set point established by the heat balance and
process requirements.
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4.2.2

Description

The feedwater control system is a control loop that, when in automatic maintains a balance of
feedwater entering the boiler with the amount of steam leaving the boiler. The control system
also keeps the volume of boiler water within the steam drum to an established set point level
during operation.
The feedwater control system is referred to as a three-element control system because three
system measurements, or variables, are used to determine the required feedwater rate to the
boiler. The three elements monitored are:

Drum level

Feedwater flow

Steam flow

The three monitored elements, steam flow, steam drum level and feedwater flow, are measured
and converted into electrical signals. The signals are transmitted as feedback control signals, to
the control room.
The use of three different elements provides a quick response when transients, or changes,
occur during unit operation.
The Feedwater control system is an analog control system.
variable. Feedwater flow is the manipulated variable.
4.2.3

Drum level is the controlled

Principles of Operation

Drum level is related to, but is not a direct indicator of the quantity of water in the steam drum.
Under different and varying steam loads, the steam bubbles occupy a different and varying
volume of steam and water mixture. The mixture volume is related to the pressure in the steam
drum. Two conditions can affect accurate drum level control. Figure 4-1 depicts these two
conditions, called Shrink and Swell.
4.2.4

Shrink

In the case of shrink, an increase in pressure in the steam drum due to decreased steam flow
results in the water in the steam drum dropping to a temperature lower than saturation. This will
cause some of the steam bubbles to condense back into water and others to contract under the
increased pressure. The level in the steam drum decreases.
The amount of level decrease, or shrink, is dependent on the steam pressure within the steam
drum. The greater the rise in steam pressure, the more the level will decrease. The effect
shrink produces is a decreasing level even though less mass is actually leaving the steam drum.

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4.2.5

Swell

If the steam pressure within the drum decreases due to an increase in steam flow, the water
temperature within the drum is raised above the saturation temperature for that pressure. This
causes some of the water to form additional steam bubbles, and the steam bubbles that are
raising in the riser tubes will also expand. To maintain the continued flow of water through the
riser tubes, the drum level will increase (swell).
The amount of level rise is dependent on the steam pressure within the steam drum. The more
the steam pressure decreases the greater the rise in drum level. The result of swell is that the
level in the steam drum increases even though additional mass is actually leaving the steam
drum.

Figure 4-1: Shrink and Swell in a Steam Drum

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4.2.6

Functional Level Control Operation

This use of the steam flow and feedwater flow signals minimizes the effects of shrink and swell.
The three-element control system provides a smoother control of the drum level. (Figure 4-2).

Figure 4-2: Three Element Control

With no load changes, steam flow and feedwater flow should be equal to maintain a steady
steam drum water level. The steam flow and feedwater flow signals are compared with each
other to develop an error signal. This is the flow error (FR) signal. The measured drum level
drum level is then compared with the flow error to provide a total error or level-flow error (LE)
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signal that is then sent to the level controller (LC). The total error is compared with the setpoint
to provide the error signal that positions the feedwater control valve.

In a swell condition (water level is increasing), the water level signal alone will call for less
water. However, this would starve the boiler because the swell condition is caused by an
increased steam flow (decreased steam pressure), which means more water is needed. By
comparing the water level error with the steam flow, the amount of increased water flow
called for by the steam and water flow error is balanced against the decrease in flow called
for by the rising drum level. This action will continue to occur until steam pressure is
restored to normal by stabilizing load demand at a new level. As the water level decreases
to normal, more water is allowed to enter the boiler until feedwater flow equals steam flow.

The drum level signal is density compensated to generate a corrected drum level signal to
the drum level controller.

To control swell during start-up, drum levels are maintained at a lower control level, just
above its low water alarm setpoint, until steam flow reaches 10% of full flow for that system.

NOTE:
The following process control statements are generic for a typical 3 drum HRSG with reheater,
fed by a GT and coupled to an HP/IP/LP steam turbine set. Please review final operating
recommendation for your actual unit operating process logic:
DEAERATOR STORAGE TANK LEVEL (Set Points for 3658 mm (144) OD DA

4.3

STORAGE TANK)
Level

Comments or Control actions

Start-up
Set
Points

Normal
Operating
Set
Points

Sound the alarm

After time delay, close the feedwater stop valve

+1372mm
(+54)

+1372mm
(+54)

High

Feedwater control valve should be closed.


Sound the alarm, permit opening of the feedwater
valve

+1219mm
(+48)

+1219mm
(+48)

Normal

The DA storage tank level controls will regulate the


rate of feedwater flow to maintain a proper drum +566 mm
level throughout the operation range of the steam (+22.3)
generator.
-1524 mm
Sound the alarm
(-60)
Open the feedwater stop valve (automatic).
Alarm
-1676 mm
Feedwater Control Valve should be open
(-66)

Initiate GT normal runback

Stop and hold runback if low level alarm is cleared.

High High

Low

Low Low

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(+22.3 )
-1524 mm
(-60)
-1676 mm
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LP DRUM LEVEL (Gage Visibility = XX) Set Points for 1524 mm (60) ID LP Drum
Level

Comments or Control actions

Start-up
Set
Points

Normal
Operating
Set
Points

Sound the alarm

After time delay, close the feedwater stop valve

+229 mm +229 mm
(+9)
(+9)

High

Feedwater control valve should be closed.


Sound the alarm, permit opening of the feedwater
valve

+178 mm +178 mm
(+7)
(+7)

Normal

The drum level controls will regulate the rate of


feedwater flow to maintain a proper drum level -533 mm
throughout the operation range of the steam (-21)
generator.
-584 mm
Sound the alarm
(-23)
Open the feedwater stop valve (automatic).
Alarm
-635 mm
Feedwater Control Valve should be open
(-25)

Initiate GT normal runback

Stop and hold runback if low level alarm is cleared.

High High

Low

Low Low

0 mm
(0 )
-102 mm
(-4 )
-635 mm
(-25)

Figure 4-3: Table of LP Drum Level Control Settings


4.4

LP STEAM VENT VALVE CONTROL

Open if drum pressure is less than 25 psig.

Closed if drum pressure is greater than 25 psig.

Provide manual override for nitrogen blanketing.

Note: For lay-up with nitrogen blanket, valve shall remain closed independent of pressure.

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IP DRUM LEVEL (Gage visibility = XX) Set Points for 1372 mm (54) ID IP

4.5

Drum
The drum level controls will regulate the rate of feedwater flow to maintain a proper drum level
throughout he operation range of the steam generator.
Level

Comments or Control action

High High

Sound the alarm


After time delay, close the feedwater
stop valve
Feedwater control valve should be
closed
Sound the alarm, permit opening of
feedwater stop valve
The drum level controls will regulate the
rate of feedwater flow to maintain a
proper drum level throughout the
operation range of the steam generator.
Sound the alarm
Open the feedwater stop valve.
Close the IP drum continuous
blowdown motor operated stop valve.
Alarm
Feed control valve should be open
Initiate GT normal runback.
Stop and hold runback until low level
alarm is cleared and reset by operator.

High
Normal

Low

Low Low

Start-up
Set
Points

Normal Operating
Set Points

+229 mm
(+9)

+229 mm
(+9)

+178 mm
(+7)

+178 mm
(+7)

-457 mm
(-18)

0 mm
(0)

-508 mm
(-20)

-102 mm
(-4)

-559 mm
(-22)

-559 mm
(-22)

Figure 4-4: Table of IP Drum Level Control Settings


To get the maximum benefit from a three-element system, feedwater flow should be
proportional to steam flow with reset action on drum level. This means that the mass of
feedwater entering should always equal the mass of steam leaving, with periodic small
corrections made to correct deviations from level set points. The best drum level control is
achieved through the mass flow balance.
4.6

IP DRUM CONTINUOUS BLOWDOWN ISOLATION VALVE

Open if level is > than low AND superheated steam flow is > than 30%.

Close if level is < than low OR superheated steam flow is < than 30%.

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4.7

HRSG IP MAIN STEAM VENT VALVE

Open if drum pressure is less than 25 psig.

Closed if superheated steam flow is great than 10%

Provide manual override for nitrogen blanketing.

Note: For lay-up with nitrogen blanket, valve shall remain closed independent of pressure.
4.8

IP TO LP PEGGING STEAM CONTROL

Where provided, a pegging steam control valve will regulate the flow of IP Superheated steam
to the LP drum to maintain minimum LP drum pressure based on operator decision. The
pegging steam control valve may be left in active mode during natural gas firing at operators
option.
4.9

HP DRUM CONTINUOUS BLOWDOWN ISOLATION VALVE

Open if level is > than low AND superheated steam flow is > than 30%.

Close if level is > OR superheated steam flow is < than 30%.

4.10

HP DRUM LEVEL (Gage visibility = XX) Set Points for 1829 mm (72) ID HP Drum

Level

Comments or Control Action

High High

Sound the alarm


After time delay, close the feedwater stop valve.
Feed water control valve should be closed
Sound the alarm

High
Normal

Low

Low Low

The drum level controls will regulate the rate of


feedwater flow to maintain a proper drum level
throughout the operation range of the steam
generator.
To get the maximum benefit from a three-element
system, feedwater flow should be proportional to
steam flow with reset action on drum level
Sound the alarm
Open the feedwater stop valve
Close the HP drum cascade blowdown motor
operated stop valve.
Alarm
Feed control valve should be open
Initiate GT normal runback.
Stop and hold runback if low level alarm is cleared.

Start-up
Set
Points

Normal
Operating
Set Points

+292 mm
(+11.5)
+241 mm
(+9.5)

+292 mm
(+11.5)
+241 mm
(+9.5)

-686 mm +64
mm
(-27)
(+2.5)

-737 mm -38 mm
(-29)
(-1.5)

-787 mm -787 mm
(-31)
(-31)

Figure 4-5: Table of HP Drum Level Control Settings

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4.11

HP STEAM TEMPERATURE CONTROL

Startup Operation
Required actions:
Open the following valves if HP Steam Temperature (TE-1114A & TE-1114B) >568C (1055F):
HP Desup Spraywater Control Valve (TV-301)
HP Desup Spraywater Power Block Valve (HV-300)
Close when HP Steam Temperature (TE-1114A & TE-1114B) 568 C (1055 F):
Close when HP Steam Flow < min
Alarm steam temperature high 576.67 C (1070 F)
Alarm steam temperature low 537.78 C (1000 F) for Natural Gas
Alarm steam temperature low 530.56 C (987 F) for Distillate Oil
Trip Duct Burner when temp. alarm = 586.7C (1080 F)
GT protective load shedding (*) when temp. alarm 586.7C (1080 F)
GT trip (after 2 min. of total elapsed time) if alarm not cleared.

Ramp setpoint of HP Spraywater Controller based on commissioning test and on CTG signal
of 10% load. Set ramp rate according to overall design.
The HP spray water block valve to open when the demand on the control valves is greater
than 3%.
The HP spray water block valve to close when the demand on the control valves is less than
3% for 5 minutes.
Alarm steam temperature high equal to or greater than design plus a safe margin.
Alarm steam temperature low less than or equal or design.
Initiate GT normal runback when temperature high high is equal to or greater than plus 10
degrees. Stop and hold runback if alarm is cleared.
Close the HP Spraywater Control Valves on CTG trip.
4.12

HP OVERPRESSURE

Required actions:
Trip Duct Burner (If supplied) when HP steam pressure (PT-342) = 148.237 bar (2150 psig )
GT protective load shedding (*) when HP steam pressure (PT-342) 148.237 bar (2150 psig ),
GT trip after 2 minutes of PLS, if HP steam pressure (PT-342) > 126.519 bar (1835 psig ).
Set the GT normal load runback slightly below the safety valve set pressure to avoid lifting
the safety valve.
NOTE:
No safety valve should be permitted to blow for more than a 15 minute period. If safety valve
open continues beyond 15 minutes, the operator shall take corrective action.
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4.13

HP MAIN STEAM OUTLET VENT VALVE

Open if drum pressure is less than 1.724 bar (25 psig).


Close if superheated steam flow is greater than 10%.
NOTE:
Provide manual override for nitrogen blanketing. For lay-up with nitrogen blanket, valve shall
remain closed independent of pressure.
4.14

RH STEAM TEMPERATURE CONTROL

Startup Operation
Required actions:
Open the following valves if RH Desup. Outlet Steam Temp. (TE-781A & TE-781B) > 1053 F:
RH Desup Spraywater Control Valve (TV-701)
RH Desup Spraywater Power Block Valve (HV-700)
Close when RH Desuperheater Outlet Steam Temperature (TE-781A & TE-781B) 1053 F
Alarm steam temperature high 570 C (1058 F)
Alarm steam temperature low 541 C (1006 F) for Natural Gas
Alarm steam temperature low 532 C ( 990 F) for Distillate Oil
Trip Duct Burner (If supplied) when temp. alarm = 572.78 C (1063 F)
GT protective load shedding (*) when temp. alarm 572.78 C (1063 F)
GT trip (after 2 min. of total elapsed time) if alarm not cleared
Ramp setpoint of Reheat Spraywater Controller based on commissioning test and on CTG
signal of 10% load. Set ramp rate according to overall design.
Ramp setpoint of Reheat Spraywater Controller based on commissioning test and on
release from Turbine control. Set ramp according to overall design.
At all times, maintain design minimum Superheat.
Normal Operation
Set RH spray water control valves at design plus a safe margin.
The RH spray water block valve to open when the demand on the control valves is greater
than 3%.
The RH spray block valve to close when the demand on the control valves is less than 3%
for 5 minutes.
Alarm steam temperature high equal to or greater than design plus a safe margin plus 10
degrees.
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Alarm steam temperature low less than or equal to design.
Initiate GT normal runback when temperature high high is equal to or greater than 1067 F or
575 C . Stop and hold runback if alarm is cleared.
Close the RH spraywater Control valves on CTG trip.
At all times maintain a safe minimum of Superheat.
4.15

FEEDWATER HEATER RECIRCULATION CONTROL:

The condensate recirculation pump will be activated (manually) when condensate temperature
(TE-005A & B) is less than the temperature set point of 135 F.
Control valve (TV-040) will start to open when pump is switched on and modulate to keep up the
corresponding condensate temperature set point.

4.16

BOILER PROTECTION

The water is kept constant in both drums. For HP and IP, during normal operation the signal
setting for the feed water control valve is derived from the feedwater flow minus boiler water
extraction, the steam flow and the drum water level (three-element control).
4.16.1 Drum Level
Low Low Level Initiate GT normal runback. Stop and hold runback if low level alarm is
cleared.

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SECTION 5: OPERATION
5.1

5.2

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Given a start-up condition (cold, hot) describe the actions and criteria needed to
proceed up to full load.
Given an abnormal condition, describe the proper procedures to bring the condition
back to normal state.
HRSG BOILER OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW

These procedures are intended to serve as a guide during the initial operating stages of a Heat
Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG). They include the proper operating sequences for the
steam generator and auxiliary equipment furnished by ALSTOM Power inc. Refer to the Piping
and Instrumentation Diagram. The sequential procedures do not include detailed reference to
equipment not furnished by ALSTOM Power inc., such as the feed pumps, or the gas turbine,
etc.
Because the steam generator is only one part of the power plant, and all equipment must
operate in unison, specific procedures and detailed values cannot be included in this manual.
As operating experience is gained and the controls are fine-tuned, the characteristics and
operating requirements of the unit will become apparent.
Refer to manufacturer's instructions for further operating details for specific equipment supplied
by ALSTOM Power inc.
5.3

COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE PRIOR TO OPERATION

Check the HRSG to make sure that all maintenance work has been completed, all tools and
debris have been removed, the handhole plates and manhole covers have been installed and
secured, and all access doors have been installed and secured.
Check the safety valves to see that the gags have been removed, the lifting levers have been
replaced, and the valves are not fouled or hung up.
NOTE: Some equipment such as Valves, Instrumentation, Pumps, etc.
mentioned in this manual may not be part of Alstom Power Scope of supply,
so it may not shown on the Alstom Powers P&ID drawing or referred
documents.
5.4

INITIAL FILLING

This section describes the recommended procedure for fiIIing an empty HRSG with water.
If the unit is hot, filling of a pressure level system with cold water should not be initiated until the
drum metal temperature for that pressure level has cooled to within 56C (100F) of the
incoming feedwater temperature. Filling should be done slowly, with the feedwater control valve
at 10% open, to avoid severe temperature strains. Otherwise, damage may result due to
relatively cool water coming into contact with heated pressure parts.
Also, since deposits of solids in a superheater can cause corrosion or inhibit heat transfer,
introduction of solids by carryover of boiler water from the drum during filling, hydrostatic testing
or chemical cleaning must be avoided.
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Proceed as follows:
1. Prepare feedwater pumps and plant feed piping for start-up.
2. Align all HRSG valves as shown under the column labeled START FROM COLD
on Tables 1 through 6.
3. Make sure all drain valves are closed.
4. Before starting the Demineralized Water Pump (not in ALSTOM Powers scope)
used in initial filling operation, all feed system control valve stations should be
positioned to allow for filling of the boiler, including the following (Refer to Piping and
Instrumentation Diagrams):
a. Open HP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-102).
b. Open the HP Feedwater Control Valve (LV-100) to allow for filling.
c. Open IP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-400).
d. Open IP Feedwater Control Valve (LV-430) to allow for filling.
e. Open LP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-800).
f.

Open LP Drum Control Valve (LV-801) to allow for filling.

g. Open Condensate Preheater Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-002).


Condensate Preheater Outlet Stop Valve (V-029) is open.
Preheater Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003) remains closed.

Ensure that
Condensate

h. Open Condensate Preheater Outlet Feedwater Control Valve (LV-064) to allow


for filling.
i.

Open Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump Suction Isolation Valve (V-049) and
lock in open position. Open the Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump Discharge
Stop Valve (V-053) and lock in open position. Open the Condensate Preheater
Recirculation Control Valve (TV-040).

j.

Ensure that HP/IP Boiler Feedwater Pump Suction Stop Valve (PV-056) and LP
Boiler Feedwater Pump Suction Stop Valve (V-034D) are open.

k. Ensure that HP/IP Boiler Feedwater Pump Recirculation Stop Valves (V-031D, V032D and V-033D) and LP Boiler Feedwater Pump Recirculation Stop Valves (V028D, V-029D and V-030D) are open.
5. Start the Demineralized Water Pump (not in ALSTOM Powers scope) used for initial
filling operations and open (approximately 4 turns) the Deaerator Feedwater Heater
Vent Valves (V-016D and V-017D) and the Condensate Preheater Vent Valves (V026 through V-027, V-080 through V-081, V-082 through V-083 (Units 1B and 2B
only), and V-086 through V-087 (Units 1B and 2B only)). Fill the Deaerator Storage
Tank until the Cold Start-up NWL has been cleared (see Table 10). DO NOT
OVERFILL THE STORAGE TANK. Close the Condensate Preheater Vent Valves
for each section when all air has been displaced from that section. Close the
Deaerator Feedwater Heater Vent Valves when the Storage Tank fill is complete.
6. Maintain the level of the Deaerator Storage Tank by running the condensate pump
as required. Storage Tank water level must be maintained since the HP/IP and LP
Feedwater Pumps take suction from the Deaerator Storage Tank.
7. Start the Demineralized Water Pump (not in ALSTOM Powers scope) used during
initial filling operations and open (approximately 4 turns) the HP and IP Saturated
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Steam Outlet Vent Valves (V-280, V-281, V-580 and V-581) and the HP and IP
Economizer Vent Valves (V-141 thru V-144, V-148 thru V-153, V-161 thru V-168 and
V-433 thru V-434). Fill the HP Economizer, HP Evaporator, IP Economizer, and IP
Evaporator until the Cold Start-up NWL has been cleared in the HP and IP Drums
(see Tables 7 & 8). DO NOT OVERFILL THE DRUMS. Close the HP and IP
Economizer Vent Valves for each section when all air has been displaced from that
section. Close the HP and IP Saturated Steam Outlet Vent Valves when the HP and
IP Drum fills are complete.
8. Start the Demineralized Water Pump (not in ALSTOM Powers scope) used during
initial filling operations and crack open (approximately 4 turns) the LP Saturated
Steam Outlet Vent Valves (V-906 and V-907) and the LP Feedwater Inlet Vent
Valves (V-901 and V-902). Fill the LP Evaporator until the Cold Start-up NWL has
been cleared in the LP Drums (see Table 9). DO NOT OVERFILL THE DRUM.
Close the LP Feedwater Inlet Vent Valves when all the air has been displaced from
that section. Close the LP Saturated Steam Outlet Vent Valves when the LP Drum
fill is complete.
9. After the drum fill is complete close HP Feedwater Control Valve (LV-100), IP
Feedwater Control Valve (LV-430), LP Feedwater Control Valve (LV-801) and
Condensate Preheater Outlet Feedwater Control Valve (LV-064). Place all feed
system control valve stations including associated drum level controls in AUTO
MODE.
All feedwater pumps can be temporarily off-line while waiting for pre-operation
equipment checks and valve alignments prior to start-up. The HRSG is now ready to
be started using the procedure for START-UP FROM A COLD CONDITION.
5.5

PRE-OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT CHECKS

Have all HRSG auxiliary equipment lined up for operation prior to allowing flow of the gas
turbine exhaust to the HRSG.
Prior to initial operation:
1. Open the Stack Damper before rolling the Gas Turbine.
2. Make sure that:
a. All instrument valves should be lined up for service.
b. Ensure that all the drum level transmitter reference legs are filled.
c. All sample line valves should be closed.
d. All chemical and nitrogen feed valves should be closed.
e. All drain valves should be closed.
3. Open and close the following valves to ensure that water level gauges are reading
correctly:
a. HP Drum Level Indicator Drains (V-219, V-220, V-241 and V-242).
b. HP Drum Remote Water Level Indicator Drains (V-204 and V-205).
c. IP Drum Level Indicator Drains (V-519, V-520, V-541 and V-542).
d. IP Drum Remote Water Level Indicator Drains (V-504 and V-505).
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e. LP Drum Level Indicator Drains (V-854, V-855, V-876 and V-877).
f.

LP Drum Remote Water Level Indicator Drains (V-839 and V-840).

g. Deaerator Storage Tank Level Indicator Drains (V-047D and V-048D).


h. Blowdown Tank Level indicator Drain (V-005B).
5.6

CONDENSATE PREHEATER OPERATION

Condensate Preheater Recirculation Operation


The Condensate Preheater Recirculation System Functional Group should be switched ON,
during normal operation of the gas turbine on Natural Gas fuel.
During normal, base load operation of the HRSG, when the GT is using Natural Gas, the
Condensate Preheater Recirculation Pump (PMP-040) is switched ON when the condensate
feedwater temperature is < 51.7C (125F). The pump is switched OFF automatically when the
condensate feedwater temperature is > 55C (131F). The Condensate Preheater Feedwater
Stop Valve (HV-002) is positioned in the fully-opened position and the Condensate Preheater
Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003) Is positioned in the fully-closed position.
NOTE: A minimum temperature difference of approximately 2.5C must be
maintained between the saturation temperature in the Deaerator based on the
operating pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) and the incoming feedwater
temperature (TE-066A and TE-066B) in order to ensure proper operation of the
Deaerator.
CAUTION: The Condensate Preheater Recirculation Pump (PMP-040) must
never be run with suction and discharge valves closed. Damage to the
pump will occur if there is no water flow through the pump. Ensure that
the Minimum Recirculation Stop Valve (V-062) is fully open before starting
the pump.
5.7

START-UP FROM A COLD CONDITION

This section describes the recommended procedure for starting the HRSG from a cold condition
with no pressure in the HP, IP and LP boiler sections. Proceed as follows:
1. Purge the HRSG in accordance with NFPA 85, Chapter 8.9.2 (Combustion Turbine
Exhaust Systems) guidelines.
It is understood that purging is accomplished by using air at ambient temperatures.
The ambient air temperatures during a normal purge cycle will not have any
damaging effect on any of the HRSG components.
2. Align all HRSG valves as shown under the column labeled START FROM COLD
on Tables 1 through 6.
NOTE: Some of the following procedures are redundant to what is
shown on Tables 1 through 6. This is done to emphasize the
importance of performing these procedures.
3. Open the Stack Damper before rolling the Gas Turbine.
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4. The HP Desuperheater Spray Water Control Valve (TV-301) is in AUTO. The HP
Desuperheater Spraywater Control Valve Isolation Valves (V-313 and V-317) shall
remain open. The HP Desuperheater Spraywater Power Block Valve (HV-300) is in
AUTO.
5. The RH Desuperheater Spray Water Control Valve (TV-701) is in AUTO. The RH
Desuperheater Spraywater Control Valve Isolation Valves (V-713 and V-717) shall
remain open. The RH Desuperheater Spraywater Power Block Valve (HV-700) is in
AUTO.
NOTE: Although desuperheating is not required except at peak turbine
load, it is good practice to have the control station available whenever
the unit is operating.
6. The following Drain Valves are in AUTO:
HP Superheater 1 Drain Valve (HV-284),
HP Superheater 2 Drain Valve (HV-282),
HP Superheater 3 Drain Valve (HV-280),
Allow any condensate in these sections to drain.
7. The following Drain Valves are in AUTO:
Reheater 1 Drain Valve (HV-765),
Reheater 2 Drain Valve (HV-760),
IP Superheater Drain Valve (HV-580)
Allow any condensate in these sections to drain.
8. The LP Steam Outlet Drain Valves (HV-948 and HV-949) are in AUTO. Allow any
condensate to drain.
9. Prior to start up, reset the water level set points in the feedwater control system to
ensure that the water levels in the HP, IP, and LP Drums and Deaerator Storage
Tank are just above the Cold Start-up NWL (see Tables 7 through 10). Use the HP
Evaporator (HV-180), IP Evaporator (HV-480) and LP Evaporator (HV-825)
Intermittent Blow-off Valves as necessary to reduce water levels.
10. Open the HP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-102), IP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-400)
and LP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-800).
11. Place the Condensate Preheater in bypass by closing the Condensate Preheater
Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-002) and opening the Condensate Preheater Bypass
Stop Valve (HV-003). Set the Preheater Recirculation Pump (PMP-040) and Control
to OFF.
12. Close the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001), open the HP Steam Startup
Vent (HV-342). Engage the HP to RH Bypass Valve (not in ALSTOM Power scope)
to control the HP Steam Outlet Pressure to 58.99 barg (60.00 bara).
13. Open the IP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-604), IP Steam Startup Vent (HV600), and the RH Steam Outlet Startup Vent (FV-780). Close the HRH Stop Valve
(not in ALSTOM Power scope) and the HRH to Condenser Bypass (not in ALSTOM
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14. Close the LP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919) and open the LP Steam
Startup Vent (FV-915).
NOTE: When starting the second gas turbine/HRSG train, with the first
train already operating, the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV001), and the LP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919) shall remain
closed until the pressure is within 5% and temperature is within 28C
of downstream piping. After permissives clear and stop valves open,
the NRV in the respective lines will open once the pressures match
and will then begin admitting steam.
15. If needed, restart feedwater pumps and ensure that pumps are running and all feed
system valves are lined up. (See START FROM COLD on Tables 1 through 6.)
16. Allow gas turbine exhaust flow to the HRSG by starting the gas turbine.
17. While the steam generator is being brought up to pressure, all cold steam piping
should be gradually heated and drained of condensate. The HP Startup Vent Valve
(HV-342), RH Steam Outlet Startup Vent Valve (FV-780), IP Startup Vent Valve (HV600), and the LP Startup Vent Valve (FV-915) must stay opened to insure a positive
flow of steam which will reduce thermal expansion.
To warm the piping downstream of ALSTOM Power scope, open the bypass valve
on the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001A), the bypass valve on the LP
Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919A). Next, open a drain or vent downstream of
ALSTOM Power scope to allow the steam from the bypass valve to warm the piping.
Ensure that all steam piping downstream of the boiler piping is drained prior to
admitting steam.
NOTE: When starting the second gas turbine/HRSG train with the first
train already operational, the bypass valves on the Main Steam Outlet
Stop Valves are used to warm piping.
18. Once the LP steam lines have been properly warmed, the LP steam section is on
line with steam ready to be introduced to the Deaerator. Open the LP Main Steam
Stop Valve (HV-919) and close the bypass (HV-919A). The LP Startup Vent Valve
(FV-915) will modulate open / closed in order to maintain the LP Steam Outlet
Pressure (PIT-915A and PIT-915B) at 4.19 barg (5.20 bara).
19. Warm the Pegging Steam Lines and drain the lines of any condensate by opening
the following valves:
Low Range LP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-072D).
High Range LP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-004D).
IP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-008D).
Close the Drain Valves after a period of at least 5 minutes.
NOTE: When starting the second gas turbine/HRSG train with the first
train already operational, the Pegging Steam Lines will not require
warming.
For Startup on Natural Gas Operation:
20. Modulate open / closed the Low Range Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) to
maintain Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 0.99 barg
(2.00 bara).
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When the Low Range Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) has reached 100%
open and the Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) falls
below 0.99 barg (2.00 bara), this indicates that the required pegging steam is more
than the available steam from the Low Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV002D). Switch over control of the pegging steam flow to the High Range LP Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-001D). Completely close the Low Range LP Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-002D). Modulate open / closed the High Range LP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) to maintain Deaerator Storage Tank
Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 0.99 barg (2.00 bara). The High Range LP
Pegging Steam Line will automatically be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using
the High Range LP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-004D) prior to opening the High
Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) if the line has been out of
service for at least one (1) hour.
When the required pegging steam is more than the available LP steam, the IP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) is to be enabled and modulated open /
closed in conjunction with High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D)
to maintain Deaerator set pressure. The IP Pegging Steam Line will automatically
be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using the IP Pegging Steam Drain Valve
(HV-008D) prior to opening the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) if the line
has been out of service for at least one (1) hour.
NOTE: The IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) is being used
to maintain the Deaerator Storage Tank pressure at 0.99 barg (2.0
bara) once the High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV001D) has reached 70% of the fully open position.
During startup, control setpoint for Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and
PIT-002D) will be set at 0.99 barg (2.00 bara).
For Startup on Solar Fuel (Oil) Operation:
21. Modulate open / closed the Low Range Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) to
maintain Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 3.49 barg
(4.50 bara).
When the Low Range Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) has reached 100%
open and the Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) falls
below 3.49 barg (4.50 bara), this indicates that the required pegging steam is more
than the available steam from the Low Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV002D). Switch over control of the pegging steam flow to the High Range LP Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-001D). Completely close the Low Range LP Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-002D). Modulate open / closed the High Range LP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) to maintain Deaerator Storage Tank
Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 3.49 barg (4.50 bara). The High Range LP
Pegging Steam Line will automatically be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using
the High Range LP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-004D) prior to opening the High
Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) if the line has been out of
service for at least one (1) hour.
When the required pegging steam is more than the available LP steam, the IP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) is to be enabled and modulated open /
closed in conjunction with High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D)
to maintain Deaerator set pressure. The IP Pegging Steam Line will automatically
be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using the IP Pegging Steam Drain Valve
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(HV-008D) prior to opening the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) if the line
has been out of service for at least one (1) hour.
NOTE: While the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) is being
used to maintain the Deaerator Storage Tank pressure at 3.49 barg
(4.50 bara) the High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV001D) is to be maintained at 70% of the fully open position
During startup, control setpoint for Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and
PIT-002D) will be set at 3.49 barg (4.50 bara).
For Startup on All Fuels:
22. When a measurable HP steam flow is established (approximately 10% of full flow),
the HP steam section is on line and the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV001) may be opened and the HP Startup Vent Valve (HV-342) may be closed. Close
the bypass on the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001A) if opened for
warming the piping.
23. When a measurable IP steam flow is established (approximately 10% of full flow),
the IP steam section is on line and the IP Startup Vent Valve (HV-600) may be
closed.
24. The Condenser is available when the vacuum has been established. At that time,
the HRH to Condenser Bypass is ready to be engaged. The RH section is on line
and the RH Outlet Startup Vent Valve (FV-780) may be closed over a period of 2
minutes. Prior to the Condenser being available, the RH Outlet Vent Valve (FV-780)
will modulate open / closed in order to maintain a minimum pressure of 10.99 barg
(12.00 bara) at the HRH Outlet (PIT-780A and PIT-780B).
Note that the RH Outlet Startup Vent Valve may remain open up to but not
exceeding 50% flow rate.
25. Once the LP Turbine is ready to receive steam, the LP Startup Vent Valve (FV-915)
may be closed.
Note that the LP Startup Vent Valve (FV-915) may remain open up to but not
exceeding 100% flow rate.
26. The water level set points in the feedwater control system for the HP, IP, and LP
Drums and Deaerator Storage Tank will return to the normal operating water level
settings automatically when the respective system steam flow > 10%.

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HRH
IP
LP
DA

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Normal Op. Setpoints Startup Setpoints
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10%
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7.12
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8.16
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For Startup on Natural Gas Operation:
27. Prior to beginning the final temperature step increase of the GT while operating at
50% load, complete the following change-overs:

Disengage the bypass of the Condensate Preheater by turning on the Preheater


Recirculation Pump (PMP-040) and opening the Recirculation Pump Discharge
Control Valve (TV-040) to 100% open.
To prevent thermal shock of the Preheater manifold, keep the Condensate
Preheater Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003) open for 15 minutes after opening the
Condensate Preheater Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-002).
Set Feedwater Heater Recirculation Control in AUTO mode.
The amount of recirculation flow should be such that the temperature entering
the Condensate Preheater (TE-005A and TE-005B) is at or above the set point of
51.7C. (Refer to Condensate Preheater Recirculation Operation section.) A
minimum temperature differential of approximately 2.5C must be maintained
between the saturation temperature in the Deaerator based on the operating
pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) and the incoming feedwater temperature
(TE-066A & B) in order to ensure proper operation of the Deaerator.

The Low Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) should be in AUTO
mode so as to be able to control the pegging steam flow to the Deaerator as the
total required pegging steam flow decreases.
As the temperature of the feedwater entering the Deaerator increases the total
amount of pegging steam required while maintaining the Deaerator Storage Tank
Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 0.99 barg (2.00 bara) will decrease.
Modulate closed as required the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) first
and then the High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D). Prior to
completely closing the High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D),
switch control of the LP pegging steam flow over to the Low Range Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-002D). The Low Range LP Pegging Steam Line will
automatically be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using the Low Range LP
Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-072D) prior to opening the Low Range LP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) if the line has been out of service for at
least one (1) hour.

28. Once the GT has reached Base Load, change the control setpoint for the Deaerator
Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) to 0.49 barg (1.50 bara).
For Startup on All Fuels:
29. Open the following continuous blowdown isolation valves:
a. HP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-181).
b. IP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-482).
c. LP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-827).
Blowdown flow should be controlled with the following valves:
a. HP Drum Continuous Blowdown Metering Valve (HV-182).
b. IP Drum Continuous Blowdown Metering Valve (HV-484).
c. LP Drum Continuous Blowdown Metering Valve (HV-829).
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5.8

START-UP FROM A WARM CONDITION

This section describes the recommended procedure for starting the HRSG from a Warm / Hot
condition, which is when the HP Drum Pressure (PIT-260 and PIT-261) > 1.72 barg (2.74 bara).
Proceed as follows:
1. Purge the HRSG in accordance with NFPA 85, Chapter 8.9.2 (Combustion Turbine
Exhaust Systems) guidelines.
It is understood that purging is accomplished by using air at ambient temperatures.
The ambient air temperatures during a normal purge cycle will not have any
damaging effect on any of the HRSG components.
2. Align all HRSG valves as shown under the column labeled START FROM WARM
on Tables 1 through 6.
NOTE: Some of the following procedures are redundant to what is shown
on Tables 1 through 6. This is done to emphasize the importance of
performing these procedures.
3. Open the Stack Damper before rolling the Gas Turbine.
4. The HP Desuperheater Spray Water Control Valve (TV-301) is in AUTO. The HP
Desuperheater Spray Water Control Valve Isolation Valves (V-313 and V-317) shall
remain open. The HP Desuperheater Spraywater Power Block Valve (HV-300) is in
AUTO.
5. The RH Desuperheater Spray Water Control Valve (TV-701) is in AUTO. The RH
Desuperheater Spray Water Control Valve Isolation Valves (V-713 and V-717) shall
remain open. The RH Desuperheater Spraywater Power Block Valve (HV-700) is in
AUTO.
NOTE: Although desuperheating is not required except at peak turbine load,
it is good practice to have the control station available whenever the unit is
operating.
6. The following Drain Valves are in AUTO:
HP Superheater 1 Drain Valve (HV-284),
HP Superheater 2 Drain Valve (HV-282),
HP Superheater 3 Drain Valve (HV-280),
Allow any condensate in these sections to drain.
7. The following Drain Valves are in AUTO:
Reheater 1 Drain Valve (HV-765),
Reheater 2 Drain Valve (HV-760),
IP Superheater Drain Valve (HV-580)
Allow any condensate in these sections to drain.
8. The LP Steam Outlet Drain Valves (HV-948 and HV-949). Allow any condensate to
drain.
9. Prior to start up, reset the water level set points in the feedwater control system to
ensure that the water levels in the HP, IP, and LP Drums and the Deaerator Storage
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Tank are just above the start up NWL (see Tables 7 through 10). Use the HP
Evaporator (HV-180), IP Evaporator (HV-480) and LP Evaporator (HV-825)
Intermittent Blow-off Valves as necessary to reduce water levels.
10. Open the HP Feedwater Inlet Stop Valve (HV-102), IP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV400) and LP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-800).
11. Place the Condensate Preheater in bypass by closing the Condensate Preheater
Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-002) and opening the Condensate Preheater Bypass
Stop Valve (HV-003). Set the Preheater Recirculation Pump (PMP-040) and Control
to OFF.
12. Close the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001), open the HP Steam Startup
Vent (HV-342). Engage the HP to RH Bypass Valve (not in ALSTOM Power scope)
to control the HP Steam Outlet Pressure to 58.99 barg (60.00 bara).
13. Open the IP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-604), IP Steam Startup Vent (HV600), and the RH Steam Outlet Startup Vent (FV-780). Close the HRH Stop Valve
(not in ALSTOM Power scope) and the HRH to Condenser Bypass (not in ALSTOM
Power scope).
14. Close the LP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919) and open the LP Steam
Startup Vent (FV-915).
NOTE: When starting the second gas turbine/HRSG train, with the first
train already operating, the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001),
and the LP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919) shall remain closed
until the pressure is within 5% and temperature is within 28C of
downstream piping. After permissives clear and stop valves open, the NRV
in the respective lines will open once the pressures match and will then
begin admitting steam.
15. If needed, restart feedwater pumps and ensure that pumps are running and all feed
system valves are lined up. (See START FROM WARM on Tables 1 through 6.)
16. Allow gas turbine exhaust flow to the HRSG by starting the gas turbine.
17. While the steam generator is being brought up to pressure, all cold steam piping
should be gradually heated and drained of condensate. The HP Startup Vent Valve
(HV-342), RH Steam Outlet Startup Vent Valve (FV-780), IP Startup Vent Valve (HV600), and the LP Startup Vent Valve (FV-915) must stay opened to insure a positive
flow of steam which will reduce thermal expansion.
To warm the piping downstream of ALSTOM Power scope, open the bypass valve
on the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001A), and the bypass valve on the LP
Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919A). Next, open a drain or vent downstream of
ALSTOM Power scope to allow the steam from the bypass valve to warm the piping.
Ensure that all steam piping downstream of the boiler piping is drained prior to
admitting steam.
NOTE: When starting the second gas turbine/HRSG train with the first train
already operational, the bypass valves on the Main Steam Outlet Stop
Valves are used to warm piping.
18. Once the LP steam lines have been properly warmed, the LP steam section is on
line with steam ready to be introduced to the Deaerator. Open the LP Main Steam
Stop Valve (HV-919) and close the bypass (HV-919A) when the system is ready to
receive the LP steam. The LP Startup Vent Valve (FV-915) will modulate open /
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closed in order to maintain the LP Steam Outlet Pressure (PIT-915A and PIT-915B)
at 4.19 barg (5.20 bara).
19. Warm the Pegging Steam Lines and drain the lines of any condensate by opening
the following valves:
Low Range LP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-072D).
High Range LP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-004D).
IP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-008D).
Close the Drain Valves after a period of at least 5 minutes.
NOTE: When starting the second gas turbine/HRSG train with the first
train already operational, the Pegging Steam Lines will not require
warming.
For Startup on Natural Gas Operation:
20. Modulate open / closed the Low Range Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) to
maintain Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 0.99 barg
(2.00 bara).
When the Low Range Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) has reached 100%
open and the Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) falls
below 0.99 barg (2.00 bara), this indicates that the required pegging steam is more
than the available steam from the Low Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV002D). Switch over control of the pegging steam flow to the High Range LP Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-001D). Completely close the Low Range LP Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-002D). Modulate open / closed the High Range LP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) to maintain Deaerator Storage Tank
Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 0.99 barg (2.00 bara), while the Low Range
LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) is closed. The High Range LP Pegging
Steam Line will automatically be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using the High
Range LP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-004D) prior to opening the High Range
LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) if the line has been out of service for at
least one (1) hour.
When the required pegging steam is more than the available LP steam, the IP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) is to be enabled and modulated open /
closed in conjunction with High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D)
to maintain Deaerator set pressure. The IP Pegging Steam Line will automatically
be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using the IP Pegging Steam Drain Valve
(HV-008D) prior to opening the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) if the line
has been out of service for at least one (1) hour.
NOTE: While the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) is being
used to maintain the Deaerator Storage Tank pressure at 0.99 barg (2.00
bara) the High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) is to
be maintained at 70% of the fully open position
During startup, control setpoint for Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and
PIT-002D) will be set at 0.99 barg (2.00 bara).

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For Startup on Solar Fuel (Oil) Operation:
21. Modulate open / closed the Low Range Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) to
maintain Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 3.49 barg
(4.50 bara).
When the Low Range Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) has reached 100%
open and the Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) falls
below 3.49 barg (4.50 bara), this indicates that the required pegging steam is more
than the available steam from the Low Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV002D). Switch over control of the pegging steam flow to the High Range LP Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-001D). Completely close the Low Range LP Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-002D). Modulate open / closed the High Range LP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) to maintain Deaerator Storage Tank
Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 3.49 barg (4.50 bara). The High Range LP
Pegging Steam Line will automatically be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using
the High Range LP Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-004D) prior to opening the High
Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D) if the line has been out of
service for at least one (1) hour.
When the required pegging steam is more than the available LP steam, the IP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) is to be enabled and modulated open /
closed in conjunction with High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D)
to maintain Deaerator set pressure. The IP Pegging Steam Line will automatically
be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using the IP Pegging Steam Drain Valve
(HV-008D) prior to opening the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) if the line
has been out of service for at least one (1) hour.
NOTE: While the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) is being
used to maintain the Deaerator Storage Tank pressure at 3.49 barg
(4.50 bara) the High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV001D) is to be maintained at 70% of the fully open position
During startup, control setpoint for Deaerator Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and
PIT-002D) will be set at 3.49 barg (4.50 bara).
For Startup on All Fuels:
22. When a measurable HP steam flow is established (approximately 10% of full flow),
the HP steam section is on line and the HP Startup Vent Valve (HV-342) may be
closed. Close the bypass on the HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001A) if
opened for warming the piping.
23. When a measurable IP steam flow is established (approximately 10% of full flow),
the IP steam section is on line and the IP Startup Vent Valve (HV-600) may be
closed.
24. The Condenser is available when the vacuum has been established. At that time,
the HRH to Condenser Bypass is ready to be engaged. The RH section is on line
and the RH Outlet Startup Vent Valve (FV-780) may be closed over a period of 2
minutes. Prior to the Condenser being available, the RH Outlet Vent Valve (FV-780)
will modulate open / closed in order to maintain a minimum pressure of 10.99 barg
(12.00 bara) at the HRH Outlet (PIT-780A and PIT-780B).
Note that the RH Outlet Startup Vent Valve may remain open up to but not
exceeding 50% flow rate.
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25. Once the LP Turbine is ready to receive steam, the LP Startup Vent Valve (FV-915)
may be closed.
Note that the LP Startup Vent Valve (FV-915) may remain open up to but not
exceeding 100% flow rate.
26. The water level set points in the feedwater control system for the HP, IP, and LP
Drums and Deaerator Storage Tank will return to the normal operating water level
settings automatically when the respective system steam flow >10%.

Section
HP
HRH
IP
LP
DA

Flowrates by Pressure Section (kg/s)


Normal Op. Setpoints Startup Setpoints
(Case 1)
100%
10%
71.19
7.12
81.57
8.16
11.54
1.15
8.94
0.89
91.30
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27. Prior to beginning the final temperature step increase of the GT while operating at
50% load, complete the following change-overs:

Disengage the bypass of the Condensate Preheater by turning on the Preheater


Recirculation Pump (PMP-040) and opening the Recirculation Pump Discharge
Control Valve (TV-040) to 100% open.
To prevent thermal shock of the Preheater manifold, keep the Condensate
Preheater Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003) open for 15 minutes after opening the
Condensate Preheater Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-002).
Set Feedwater Heater Recirculation Control in AUTO mode.
The amount of recirculation flow should be such that the temperature entering
the Condensate Preheater (TE-005A and TE-005B) is at or above the set point of
51.7C. (Refer to Condensate Preheater Recirculation Operation section). A
minimum temperature differential of approximately 2.5C must be maintained
between the saturation temperature in the Deaerator based on the operating
pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) and the incoming feedwater temperature
(TE-066A & B). This temperature differential is required in order to ensure
proper operation of the Deaerator.

The Low Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) should be in AUTO
mode so as to be able to control the pegging steam flow to the Deaerator as the
total required pegging steam flow decreases.
As the temperature of the feedwater entering the Deaerator increases the total
amount of pegging steam required while maintaining the Deaerator Storage Tank
Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) at 0.99 barg (2.00 bara) will decrease.
Modulate closed as required the IP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-003D) first
and then the High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D). Prior to
completely closing the High Range LP Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-001D),
switch control of the LP pegging steam flow over to the Low Range Pegging
Steam Control Valve (PV-002D). The Low Range LP Pegging Steam Line will

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automatically be drained of condensate for 5 minutes using the Low Range LP
Pegging Steam Drain Valve (HV-072D) prior to opening the Low Range LP
Pegging Steam Control Valve (PV-002D) if the line has been out of service for at
least one (1) hour.
28. Once the GT has reached Base Load, change the control setpoint for the Deaerator
Storage Tank Pressure (PIT-001D and PIT-002D) to 0.49 barg (1.50 bara).
For Startup on All Fuels:
29. Open the following continuous blowdown isolation valves:
a. HP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-181).
b. IP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-482).
c. LP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-827).
Blowdown flow should be controlled with the following valves:
a. HP Drum Continuous Blowdown Metering Valve (HV-182).
b. IP Drum Continuous Blowdown Metering Valve (HV-484).
c. LP Drum Continuous Blowdown Metering Valve (HV-829).
5.9

SECURING TO A WARM LAY-UP CONDITION

SECURING TO WARM LAY-UP CONDITION


FOLLOWING THE GAS TURBINE SHUT DOWN.

WITHIN

24

HOURS

IMMEDIATELY

This section describes the recommended procedure for securing the HRSG to a warm lay-up
condition. Proceed as follows:
1. Prevent the gas turbine exhaust flow to the HRSG by shutting down the gas turbine
or closing the Bypass Stack Diverter Damper to the HRSG.
2. Align all HRSG valves as shown under the column labeled SECURE TO WARM on
Table 1 through 6. In particular, ensure that the following valves are closed:
3. HP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-102).
4. IP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-400).
5. LP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-800).
6. Condensate Preheater Stop Valve (HV-002).
7. Condensate Preheater Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003).
8. HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001).
9. IP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-604).
10. LP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919).
11. HP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-181).
12. IP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-482).
13. LP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-827).
14. IP Pegging Steam to DA Control Valve (PV-003D).
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15. Low Range LP Pegging Steam to DA Control Valve (PV-002D).
16. High Range LP Pegging Steam to DA Control Valve (PV-001D).
17. When required, close the Stack Damper in order to minimize boiler heat loss as soon
as the Gas Turbine rotation has stopped.
18. When the HP Drum pressure falls below 1.72 barg (2.74 bara), the drum pressure
may be allowed to decrease to atmospheric pressure by opening the HP Saturated
Steam Outlet Vent Valves (V-280 and V-281) or a nitrogen blanket may be
maintained by opening the HP Nitrogen Stop Valve (V-263).
19. When the IP Drum pressure falls below 1.72 barg (2.74 bara), the drum pressure
may be allowed to decrease to atmospheric pressure by opening the IP Saturated
Steam Outlet Vent Valves (V-580 and V-581) or a nitrogen blanket may be
maintained by opening the IP Nitrogen Stop Valve (V-563).
20. When the LP Drum pressure falls below 1.72 barg (2.74 bara), the drum pressure
may be allowed to decrease to atmospheric pressure by opening the LP Saturated
Steam Outlet Vent Valves (V-906 and V-907) or a nitrogen blanket may be
maintained by opening the LP Nitrogen Stop Valve (V-888).
21. When the Deaerator pressure falls below 0.10 barg (1.11 bara), the storage tank
pressure may be allowed to decrease to atmospheric pressure by opening the
Deaerator FW Heater Vent Valves (V-016D and V-017D) or a nitrogen blanket may
be maintained by opening the Deaerator Storage Tank Nitrogen Stop Valve (V063D).
NOTE: Vent valves are provided with 13 mm (0.5 inch) orifice drilled into
the gate disk. Therefore, blanking plates shall be installed before nitrogen
blanketing of the deaerator and storage tank.

5.10

SECURING TO DRAIN (WITHOUT NITROGEN BLANKETING)

This section describes the recommended procedure for securing the HRSG without nitrogen
blanketing in order to drain the unit prior to performing maintenance. Proceed as follows:
1. Prevent any gas turbine exhaust flow to the HRSG by shutting down the gas turbine.
2. Align all HRSG valves as shown under the column labeled SECURE TO DRAIN on
Tables 1 through 6.
a. HP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-102).
b. IP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-400).
c. LP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-800).
d. Condensate Preheater Stop Valve (HV-002).
e. Condensate Preheater Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003).
f.

HP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-001).

g. IP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-604).


h. LP Main Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919).
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i.

HP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-181).

j.

IP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-482).

k. LP Drum Continuous Blowdown Stop Valve (HV-827).


l.

IP Pegging Steam to DA Control Valve (PV-003D).

m. Low Range LP Pegging Steam to DA Control Valve (PV-002D).


n. High Range LP Pegging Steam to DA Control Valve (PV-001D).
3. When the associated drum pressure falls to 1.72 barg (2.74 bara), open the HP
Saturated Steam Outlet Vent Valves (V-280 and V-281), IP Saturated Steam Outlet
Vent Valves (V-580 and V-581) and the LP Saturated Steam Outlet Vent Valves (V906 and V-907). These main steam vent valves must be opened before the
associated drum pressure falls any lower to prevent a vacuum from developing that
may cause leakage of the drum manway gaskets.
4. When the Deaerator pressure falls to 0.10 barg (1.11 bara), open the Deaerator FW
Heater Vent Valves (V-016D and V-017D).
5. The HRSG can be drained when it is completely cooled (when vapor no longer
escapes from the vents).
6. Open the vent valves and drain valves one heat exchanger section at a time to avoid
overloading the drain discharge system downstream of the HRSG. Open the
Blowdown Stop Valves if the blowdown lines are to be drained.

5.11

CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION

Controls
It is beyond the scope of this manual to discuss the design parameters and selection criteria of
control systems. Instead, we will review the steam generator dynamics involved in tuning these
systems and note problems we have found on actual operating units. When we discuss steam
generator control, we are actually referring to the drum level controls; all other controls are
supplied by others.
The drum level controls will regulate the rate of feedwater flow to maintain a proper drum level
throughout the operating range of the steam generator.
To get maximum benefit from a three-element system, feedwater flow should be proportional to
steam flow with reset action on drum level. This means that pounds of feedwater entering
should always equal pounds of steam leaving, with periodic small corrections made to correct
deviations from level set points. The best drum level control is achieved through mass flow
balance.
Instrumentation
Even the most sophisticated and well-tuned control systems do not take the place of the
judgment of an alert, motivated and trained operator. The only means that an operator has to
make his judgements is through adequate and calibrated instrumentation.

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5.12

SAFETY VALVES

Safety valves serve to protect pressure vessels from overpressure. On superheater outlets they
serve the additional purpose of protecting the superheater from overheating in the event of a
sudden interruption in steam consumption.
The total relieving capacity of the safety valves on a boiler cannot be less than the design
steaming capacity. It is a Code requirement that one or more safety valves on the steam drum
be set at or below the design pressure of the unit. Any economizer which can be isolated from
the boiler must have its own safety valve. The discharge capacity of any superheater safety
valve or valves can be included in the total relieving capacity of the boiler, provided there is no
way to isolate the superheater. Valves are to be designed to operate without chattering and to
obtain full lift at no more than 3% above their set pressure. Valves are to close within 4% of set
pressure, but no less than 2% of set pressure.
The popping point tolerance shall not exceed:
2 psig for pressures up to 70 psig.
3% for pressures up to 300 psig.
10 psig for pressures up to 1000 psig.
1% for pressures over 1000 psig.
ALSTOM Power recommends that all safety valves be lifted to check popping pressure and
blowdown prior to annual maintenance outages. During these outages, valves that leaked or
had a tendency to simmer or chatter should be disassembled and repaired. During valve testing,
it is important to maintain drum level at or below normal water level to prevent water damage to
drum valve seats and to prevent high solids boiler water from being drawn into superheaters.
Any time a valve is disassembled, its seat should be touched up with a lap and 1000 grit-lapping
compound. If the seat is in poor shape, use a carborundum disc first, then progressively finer
grits.
The following are safety tips and helpful hints:
1. Never set safety valves by holding set pressure and lowering the popping pressure
setting with a wrench. This is extremely hazardous. Valve setting changes should be
made with the boiler pressure considerably lower than set point. After the wrench
adjustment is made the lifting gear should be replaced and boiler pressure should be
raised to the new popping point.
2. Ring locking pins can vibrate loose when a valve is relieving. The pins should always
be wired to each other except when one pin is removed to make a ring adjustment.
3. Entrained water will cause excessive blowdown on drum valves. Set drum valves
with the drum water level a few inches below normal water level, if possible.
4. A rule of thumb: Vent pipes should be 2 inches larger in diameter than the valve
discharge pipe.
5. The discharge pipe should extend no more than 14 inches into the vent pipe from the
bottom of the drip pan.
6. A safety valve seat can be damaged by debris and water, which enters the valve
body through the vent pipe. This debris is blown around when the valve lifts.
Covering the vent pipe with a plastic bag can eliminate the problem.
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7. It is occasionally necessary to mount a vent pipe rigidly to the discharge elbow. This
should be done only when there is no alternative. Care should be taken that the vent
pipe is cut off square, not on the bias.
8. Do not exceed five pops on a valve. If more pops are required, allow valve to cool
before proceeding.
9. Do not make adjustments on first pop. Always evaluate the necessary adjustment
from two pops.
10. When popping a valve, always have the cap and drop lever assembly in place with a
rope affixed. If the valve begins to chatter, it can be manually popped before the
seating surfaces are damaged.
11. Observe the popping pressure on a suitable gauge mounted in the proximity of the
valve being tested. A second gauge, preferably a dead weight gauge, should be
used to validate the calibration of the observed gauge.
5.13

FW PREHEATER BYPASS OPERATION

When operating the HRSG Unit with Distillate Oil, the FW Preheater should be bypassed. To
bypass the FW Preheater, ensure you isolate the LP Feedwater Stop After Bypass Valve (YVD06). Ensure the FW Preheater Bypass Isolation Valves (ISV-D720A and ISV-D720B) are
open and set the FW Preheater Bypass Modulating Valve in manual (or auto).

5.14

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

High Water Level


Abnormally high water levels should be avoided, as it may lead to carry-over and even priming.
In the event of a high water level, there will be a high drum level alarm. Proceed as follows:
1. Isolate the feedwater supply for the appropriate drum using the HP Feedwater
Control Valve (LV-100) and HP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-102), IP Feedwater
Control Valve (LV-430) and IP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-400), LP Feedwater
Control Valve (LV-801) and LP Feedwater Stop Valve (HV-800) and Condensate
Preheater Outlet Control Valve (LV-064), Condensate Preheater Feedwater Stop
Valve (HV-002) and Condensate Preheater Bypass Stop Valve (HV-003) as
required.
2. Close the Bypass Stack Diverter Damper to HRSG using Normal Closing Speed (60
seconds). Damper may be reopened once the alarm clears, the cause of the alarm
has been corrected and the GT is operating at or below 20% load. See Simple to
Combined Cycle Operation for details.
3. Blowdown the appropriate drum until the water level is at the normal level. Use the
HP Intermittent Blow-off Valve (HV-180), IP Intermittent Blow-off Valve (HV-480) and
LP Intermittent Blow-Off Valve (HV-825) as required. The Intermittent Blow-off
Valves may be used when the HRSG is operating at any pressure in order to reduce
the drum water level.
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4. Isolate the steam outlet for the appropriate drum using the HP Main Steam Outlet
Stop Valve (HV-001), IP Main Steam Outlet Stop (HV-HV-604) and the LP Main
Steam Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919) as required. Open Superheater Drain Valves for
appropriate drum using HP Superheater Drains (HV-284, HV-282 and HV-280), IP
Superheater Drain (HV-580) and LP Superheater Drain (HV-948) as appropriate.
5. If the alarm has not cleared within 2 minutes and the Bypass Stack Diverter Damper
is not completely closed to HRSG, initiate trip of gas turbine.
6. Investigate the water conditions (alkalinity and solids).
Low Water Level
If the water level falls out of sight in the water gauge, due to failure of the feedwater supply or
neglect of the operator, appropriate action should be taken at once. The only exception is in the
case of momentary fluctuations that might occur with extraordinary changes in load. Any
decision to continue to operate, even if only for a short time at a reduced rating, would have to
be made by someone in authority who is thoroughly familiar with the circumstances that led to
the emergency and positively certain that the water level can be restored immediately without
damaging the boiler. In the absence of such a decision:
1. Close the Bypass Stack Diverter Damper to HRSG using Normal Closing Speed (60
seconds). If the alarm does not clear within 2 minutes, initiate trip of the gas turbine.
If the alarm is cleared within 2 minutes and if the cause of the alarm is identified and
corrected, the Bypass Stack Diverter Damper may be reopened once the GT is at or
below 20% load. See Simple to Combined Cycle Operation for details.
2. Isolate the steam outlet for the appropriate drum using the HP Main Steam Outlet
Stop Valve (HV-001), IP Main Steam Outlet Stop (HV-604) and the LP Main Steam
Outlet Stop Valve (HV-919) as required.
3. If the condition has not been stabilized and gas turbine trip has been initiated, allow
HRSG to cool so that it may be inspected for damage if required. After correcting
the cause, the unit may be restarted.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to add water until the steam generator has
cooled down sufficiently to where the drum metal temperatures are
within 56C (100F) of the feedwater temperature; otherwise, damage
may result due to relatively cool water coming in contact with heated
pressure parts.

Tube Failure
1. Immediately secure the gas turbine exhaust flow.
2. Secure unaffected sections of HRSG according to Securing to Warm Lay-up
Condition instructions.
3. Isolate and drain affected sections of HRSG according to Securing to Drain
instructions.

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Loss of Feedwater
Supply
The loss of feedwater supply is a rare occurrence in a properly maintained steam plant.
However, loss of the feedwater supply can happen and it is to be treated as an extreme
emergency.
A steady persistent drop in the steam drum level indicates problems with the feed pump, feed
pump recirculation control, steam generator feedwater valve control or a tube leak. By quickly
comparing system pressures and flows with data taken at comparable loads during normal
operation, the operators should be able to identify the problem area.
If feedwater flow is increasing relative to steam flow and the drum water level is still falling, a
tube leak can be assumed. Secure the gas turbine exhaust flow and proceed with tube failure
emergency procedures (see Emergency Procedures Tube Failure section for details).
For the HP Drum, an alarm will sound when the drum water goes to the low level. At the low
low HP Drum level the gas turbine exhaust flow should be secured.
If the problem is with the feed pump or controls, restrict steam generator steam flow to balance
the ability of the crippled feedwater system to maintain drum level.
If it is not possible to stabilize drum levels by reducing load, secure the gas turbine exhaust flow
and bottle up the steam generator, keeping all vents closed. When the feedwater system is
repaired, restart the unit as detailed under the procedure titled Start-Up From A Warm
Condition.
In any case, the first consideration must be the protection of the steam generator pressure parts
from operation with low water.
As is true of any emergency situation with a steam plant, events do not always follow an orderly
pattern. The procedures above may or may not fit the pattern for every circumstance. The
intent is to emphasize what should be done in order to protect the steam generator and bring
the plant back in operation as soon as possible.

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Table 1 - Valve Alignment: High Pressure Section
START
FROM
COLD

START
FROM
WARM

NORMAL SECURE SECURE


OPERATO
TO
TION
WARM
DRAIN

VALVE TAG
DESIGNATION

VALVE DESCRIPTION

LV-100

HP Feedwater Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-105, V-109

HP Feedwater CV Isolation Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-106, V-107

HP Feedwater CV Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-108

HP Feedwater CV Manual Bypass


Valve

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-133, V-134

HP Feedwater CV Bypass Drains

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

HV-102

HP Feedwater Stop MOV

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

V-110, V-111, V-124,


V-125

HP Feedwater Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-141, V-142, V-143,


V-144

HP ECON 4 Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-140, V-145, V-146,


V-147

HP ECON 3 & 4 Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-148, V-149

HP ECON 3 Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-150, V-151

HP ECON 2 & 3 Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-152, V-153

HP ECON 2 Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-154, V-155, V-156

HP ECON 1 & 2 Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-161, V-162, V-163,


V-164, V-165, V-166

HP ECON 1 Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-157, V-158, V-159,


V-160

HP ECON 1 Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-167, V-168

HP ECON Outlet Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-180

HP Evap Intermittent Blow-off


Metering Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-180

HP Evap Intermittent Blow-off MOV Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-181, V-182

HP Evap Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

HV-181

HP Cont. Blowdown Stop MOV

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

HV-182

HP Cont. Blowdown Metering


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-280, V-281

HP Sat. Steam Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open**

Closed /
Open**

V-284

HP Superheater 3 Drain Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-280

HP Superheater 3 Drain MOV

Auto

Auto

Closed

Closed

Auto

V-285, V-286

HP Superheater 2 & 3 Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

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V-287

HP Superheater 2 Drain Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-282

HP Superheater 2 Drain MOV

Auto

Auto

Closed

Closed

Auto

HV-300

HP Spraywater Power Block Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Off

Off

V-324, V-325

HP Spraywater Strainer Drain


Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-311, V-312, V-326,


V-327, V-328, V-329

HP Spraywater Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

TV-301

HP Spraywater Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-313, V-317

HP Spraywater Stop Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-315, V-316

HP Spraywater CV Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-314

HP Spraywater CV Manual Bypass


Valve

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

HV-302

HP Spraywater CV Bypass AOV

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-289, V-290

HP Desuperheater Vent

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-288

HP Superheater 1 Drain Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-284

HP Superheater 1 Drain MOV

Auto

Auto

Closed

Closed

Auto

V-354

HP Steam Outlet Startup Vent


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-342

HP Steam Outlet Startup Vent


MOV

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-351

HP Steam Outlet ERV Isolation


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-340

HP Steam Outlet ERV (Self


Contained

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-356

HP Steam Outlet NRV

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-357, V-358

HP Steam Outlet Tell Tale Drain


Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

HV-001A

HP Steam Outlet Stop Valve


Bypass MOV

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

HV-001

HP Steam Outlet Stop MOV

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

*
**

Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 0.5 barg (1.51 bara) and HRSG is completely cooled (when
vapor no longer escapes from the vents.).
Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 1.72 barg (2.74 bara).

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Table 2 - Valve Alignment: Intermediate Pressure / RH Section
VALVE TAG
DESIGNATION

VALVE DESCRIPTION

V-426

IP Feedwater Block Valve

START
FROM
COLD

START
FROM
WARM

Open

Open

NORMAL SECURE SECURE


OPERATO
TO
TION
WARM
DRAIN
Open

Open

Open

HV-400

IP Feedwater Stop MOV

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

V-419, V-420

IP Feedwater Inlet Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V433, V-434

IP Econ. Outlet Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

LV-430

IP Feedwater Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-435, V-439

IP Feedwater CV Isolation Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-436, V-437

IP Feedwater CV Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-438

IP Feedwater CV Manual Bypass


Valve

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-480

IP Evap Intermittent Blow-off


Metering Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-480

IP Evap Intermittent Blow-off MOV

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-481, V-482

IP Evap Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

HV-482

IP Evap Cont. Blowdown Stop MOV

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

HV-484

IP Evap Cont. Blowdown Metering


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-580, V-581

IP Saturated Steam Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open**

Closed /
Open**

V-584

IP SH Drain Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-580

IP SH Drain MOV

Auto

Auto

Closed

Closed

Auto

V-623

IP Pegging Steam to DA NRV

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-624

IP Pegging Steam to DA Stop Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-639, V-640

IP Pegging Steam to DA Tell Tale


Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-641, V-642

IP Pegging Steam to DA Vent


Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-604, V-605

IP Steam Outlet Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-603

IP Steam Outlet Startup Vent Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-600

IP Steam Outlet Startup Vent MOV

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-606

IP Steam Outlet ERV Isolation


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-602

IP Steam Outlet ERV (Self


Contained)

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-607

IP Steam Outlet NRV Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-608, V-609

IP Steam Outlet Tell Tale Drain


Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

HV-604A

IP Steam Outlet Stop Bypass MOV

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

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HV-604

IP Steam Outlet Stop MOV

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

V-637, V-638

IP Steam Outlet Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-635, V-636

IP Steam Outlet Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

PV-601

IP Steam Outlet Backpressure


Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-644

IP Steam Outlet Isolation Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-760

RH 2 Drain Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-760

RH 2 Drain MOV

Auto

Auto

Closed

Closed

Auto

HV-700

RH Spraywater Power Block Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Off

Off

V-724, V-725

RH Spraywater Strainer Drain


Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-711, V-712, V-726, RH Spraywater Drain Valves


V-727
TV-701

RH Spraywater Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-713, V-717

RH Spraywater Stop Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-715, V-716

RH Spraywater CV Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-714

RH Spraywater CV Manual Bypass


Valve

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

HV-702

RH Spraywater CV Bypass AOV

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-766, V-767

RH Desuperheater Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-765

RH 1 Drain Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-765

RH 1 Drain MOV

Auto

Auto

Closed

Closed

Auto

V-783

RH Steam Outlet Startup Vent


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

FV-780

RH Steam Outlet Startup Vent AOV

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-784

RH Steam Outlet ERV Isolation


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-782

RH Steam Outlet ERV (Self


Contained)

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

*
**

Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 0.5 barg (1.51 bara) and HRSG is completely cooled (when
vapor no longer escapes from the vents.).
Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 1.72 barg (2.74 bara).

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Table 3 - Valve Alignment: Low Pressure Section
START
FROM
COLD

START
FROM
WARM

Open

Open

NORMAL SECURE SECURE


OPERATO
TO
TION
WARM
DRAIN

VALVE TAG
DESIGNATION

VALVE DESCRIPTION

V-816

LP Feedwater Block Valve

LV-801

LP Feedwater Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-816, V-820

LP Feedwater CV Isolation Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-817, V-818

LP Feedwater CV Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-819

LP Feedwater CV Manual Bypass

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-903, V-904

LP Feedwater Inlet Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

V-901, V-902

LP Feedwater Inlet Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

HV-800

LP Feedwater Stop MOV

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

V-825

LP Evap Intermittent Blow-off Metering


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-825

LP Evap Intermittent Blow-off MOV

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-826, V-827

LP Evap Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

HV-827

LP Evap Cont. Blowdown Stop MOV

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

HV-829

LP Evap Cont. Blowdown Metering


Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-906, V-907

LP Saturated Steam Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open**

Closed /
Open**

V-918

LP Steam Outlet Startup Vent Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

FV-915

LP Steam Outlet Startup Vent MOV

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-919

LP Steam Outlet ERV Isolation Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-917

LP Steam Outlet ERV (Self Contained)

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-920

LP Steam Outlet NRV Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-921, V-922

LP Steam Outlet Tell Tale Drain


Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

HV-919A

LP Steam Outlet Stop Bypass MOV

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

HV-919

LP Steam Outlet Stop MOV

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

V-948, V-949

LP Steam Outlet Drain Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-948, HV-949

LP Steam Outlet Drain MOV

Auto

Auto

Closed

Closed

Auto

Open

Open

Open

Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 0.5 barg (1.51 bara) and HRSG is completely cooled (when
vapor no longer escapes from the vents.).
** Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 1.72 barg (2.74 bara).
*** Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 1.03 barg.

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Table 4 - Valve Alignment: Condensate Preheater Section
VALVE TAG
DESIGNATION

VALVE DESCRIPTION

V-006, V-007, V-020, Condensate Preheater Inlet Drain


V-021
Valves
HV-002
Condensate Preheater Inlet MOV

START
FROM
COLD

START
FROM
WARM

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open***
Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open***
Closed /
Open***
Open

NORMAL SECURE SECURE


OPERATO
TO
TION
WARM
DRAIN

HV-003

Condensate Preheater Bypass MOV

Open

Open

V-026, V-027

Condensate Preheater Vent Valves

Closed

Closed

Open /
Closed*
Closed /
Open**
Closed

V-024, V-025

Condensate Preheater Drain Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Closed /
Open***
Closed /
Open ***
Closed /
Open***
Auto

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed /
Open***
Open

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-029

Condensate Preheater Outlet


Isolation Valve
V-080, V-081
Condensate Preheater Outlet Vent
Valves
V-082, V-083, V-086, Condensate Preheater Outlet Vent
V-087
Valves (For B Units Only)
V-084, V-085
Condensate Preheater Outlet Drain
Valves (For B Units Only)
LV-064
Condensate Preheater Outlet Control
Valve
V-075, V-079
Condensate Preheater Outlet CV
Isolation Valves
V-076, V-077
Condensate Preheater Outlet CV
Drain Valves
V-078
Condensate Preheater Outlet CV
Manual Bypass
V-049
Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump
Suction Isolation Valve
V-047, V-048
Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump
Suction Drain Valve
V-053
Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump
Discharge Isolation Valve
TV-040
Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump
Control Valve
V-057, V-061
Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump
CV Isolation Valves
V-058, V-059
Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump
CV Drain Valves
V-060
Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump
CV Manual Bypass
V-062
Condensate Preheater Recirc. Pump
Min. Recirc. Stop Valve

* Closed applies to operation on Solar (Oil / High Sulfur) Fuel.


** Open applies to operation on Solar (Oil / High Sulfur) Fuel.
*** Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 0.10 barg (1.11 bara)and HRSG is completely cooled (when
vapor no longer escapes from the vents.).
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Table 5 - Valve Alignment: Deaerator System
START
FROM
COLD

START
FROM
WARM

LP Pegging Steam Stop Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-012D, V-013D, V071D

Low Range LP Pegging Steam


Drain Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-072D

Low Range LP Pegging Steam


Drain MOV

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open**

PV-002D

Low Range LP Pegging Steam


Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-003D

High Range LP Pegging Steam


Drain Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-004D

High Range LP Pegging Steam


Drain MOV

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open**

PV-001D

High Range LP Pegging Steam


Control Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-007D, V-009D, V010D

IP Pegging Steam Drain Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

HV-008

IP Pegging Steam Drain MOV

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open**

PV-003D

IP Pegging Steam Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-016D, V-017D

Deaerator FW Heater Vent Valve

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open*

Closed /
Open*

V-028D, V-029D, V030D

LP BFP Min. Recirc. Isolation


Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-031D, V-032D, V033D

HP/IP BFP Min. Recirc. Isolation


Valves

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-034D

LP BFP Suction Isolation Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-056

HP/IP BFP Suction Isolation Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-035D, V-036D

Deaerator Storage Tank Drain


Valves

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed /
Open**

VALVE TAG
DESIGNATION

VALVE DESCRIPTION

V-001D

*
**

NORMAL SECURE SECURE


OPERATO
TO
TION
WARM
DRAIN

Open applies to after the drum pressure falls below 0.10 barg (1.11 bara).
Open applies to after the storage tank pressure falls below 0.10 barg (1.11 bara) and HRSG is completely cooled
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Table 6 - Valve Alignment: Blowdown Tank System & Gas Side
VALVE TAG
DESIGNATION

VALVE DESCRIPTION

START
FROM
COLD

START
FROM
WARM

NORMAL SECURE SECURE


OPERATO
TO
TION
WARM
DRAIN

TV-001B

Blowdown Tank Cooling Water


Control Valve

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

V-014B, V-015B

Blowdown Tank Cooling Water


Stop Valve

Open

Open

Open

Open

Open

V-007B

Blowdown Tank Cooling Water


Control Valve Manual Bypass

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

V-006B

Blowdown Tank Drain Valve

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

DMP-001G

Stack Damper

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Open

Table 7 HP Drum Level Setpoints

Drum Level Setpoints for 1829 mm (72 inch) ID HP Drum


Cold Start-up Setpoints
Normal Operating Setpoints
[Pdrum < 1.72 barg (2.74 bara)]
Level
Value
Level
Value
HHH
+292 mm (+11.5)
HHH
+292 mm (+11.5)
HH
+241 mm (+9.5)
HH
+241 mm (+9.5)
H
+191 mm (+7.5)
H
+191 mm (+7.5)
NWL
-686 mm (-27)
NWL
+64 mm (+2.5)
L
-711 mm (-28)
L
-38 mm (-1.5)
LL
-737 mm (-29)
LL
-737 mm (-29)
LLL
-787 mm (-31)
LL
-787 mm (-31)
Levels are referenced to drum centerline.
Dimensions are in inches and millimeters.
Drum level setpoints will be determined based on drum pressure. An HP Drum
Pressure (PIT-260 and PIT-261) < 1.72 barg (2.74 bara) will utilize Cold Startup
Setpoints. An HP Drum Pressure (PIT-260 and PIT-261) between 1.72 barg (2.74
bara) and 60.00 barg (61.01 bara) will utilize a linear function for determining the
setpoints. An HP Drum Pressure (PIT-260 and PIT-261) > 60.00 barg (61.01 bara)
will utilize Normal Operating Setpoints.
Field tuning of startup setpoints is permissible.

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Table 8 IP Drum Level Setpoints

Drum Level Setpoints for 1372 mm (54 inch) ID IP Drum


Cold Start-up Setpoints
Normal Operating Setpoints
[Pdrum < 1.72 barg (2.74 bara)]
Level
Value
Level
Value
HHH
+229 mm (+9)
HHH
+229 mm (+9)
HH
+178 mm (+7)
HH
+178 mm (+7)
H
+127 mm (+5)
H
+127 mm (+5)
NWL
-457 mm (-18)
NWL
0 mm (0)
L
-483 mm (-19)
L
-102 mm (-4)
LL
-508 mm (-20)
LL
-508 mm (-20)
LLL
-559 mm (-22)
LLL
-559 mm (-22)
Levels are referenced to drum centerline.
Dimensions are in inches and millimeters.
Drum level setpoints will be determined based on drum pressure. An IP Drum
Pressure (PIT-560 and PIT-561) < 1.72 barg (2.74 bara) will utilize Cold Startup
Setpoints. An IP Drum Pressure (PIT-560 and PIT-561) between 1.72 barg (2.74
bara) and 14.00 barg (15.01 bara) will utilize a linear function for determining the
setpoints. An IP Drum Pressure (PIT-560 and PIT-561) > 14.00 barg (15.01 bara)
will utilize Normal Operating Setpoints.
Field tuning of startup setpoints is permissible.

Table 9 LP Drum Level Setpoints

Drum Level Setpoints for 1524 mm (60 inch) ID LP Drum


Cold Start-up Setpoints
Normal Operating Setpoints
[Pdrum < 1.72 barg (2.74 bara)]
Level
Value
Level
Value
HHH
+229 mm (+9)
HHH
+229 mm (+9)
HH
+178 mm (+7)
HH
+178 mm (+7)
H
+127 mm (+5)
H
+127 mm (+5 )
NWL
-533 mm (-21)
NWL
0 mm (0)
L
-559 mm (-22)
L
-102 mm (-4)
LL
-584 mm (-23)
LL
-584 mm (-23)
LLL
-635 mm (-25)
LLL
-635 mm (-25)
Levels are referenced to drum centerline.
Dimensions are in inches and millimeters.
Drum level setpoints will be determined based on drum pressure. An LP Drum
Pressure (PIT-890 and PIT-891) < 1.72 barg (2.74 bara) will utilize Cold Startup
Setpoints. An LP Drum Pressure (PIT-890 and PIT-891) between 1.72 barg
(2.74 bara) and 3.50 barg (4.51 bara) will utilize a linear function for determining
the setpoints. An LP Drum Pressure (PIT-890 and PIT-891) > 3.50 barg (4.51
bara) will utilize Normal Operating Setpoints.
Field tuning of startup setpoints is permissible.

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Table 10 Deaerator Storage Tank Level Setpoints

Drum Level Setpoints for 3658 mm (144) OD DA Storage Tank


Cold Start-up Setpoints
Normal Operating Setpoints
Level
Value
Level
Value
HHH
+1372 mm (+54)
HHH
+1372 mm (+54)
HH
+ 1295 mm (+51)
HH
+1295 mm (+51)
H
+1219 mm (+48)
H
+1219 mm (+48)
NWL
+566 mm (+22.3)
NWL
+566 mm (+22.3)
L
-1524 mm (-60)
L
-1524 mm (-60)
LL
-1600 mm (-63)
LL
-1600 mm (-63)
LLL
-1676 mm (-66)
LLL
-1676 mm (-66)
Levels are referenced to drum centerline.
Dimensions are in inches and millimeters.
Field tuning of startup setpoints is permissible.

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SECTION 6: FEEDWATER AND BOILER WATER CHEMISTRY


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

List the criteria used in determining proper boiler feedwater treatment and boiler chemistry
with respect to feedwater quality, treatment, water conditioning and steam purity.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE

PAGE NO.

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................6-3
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMBINED CYCLES WITH DRUM-TYPE BOILERS ..........6-4
1. Demineralized Water (at Demineralizer Water Plant Outlet) .................................................6-4
2. Condensate (at Condensate Pump Discharge) ......................................................................6-4
3. Feedwater (at Boiler Inlet) ........................................................................................................6-5
4. Boiler Water (HP, IP and LP) ....................................................................................................6-5
5. Live Steam and Reheat Steam (at Boiler Outlet)....................................................................6-6
6. General remarks........................................................................................................................6-6
APPENDIX I........................................................................................................................................6-7
Feedwater Quality and Steam Purity...........................................................................................6-7
Boilerwater Quality .......................................................................................................................6-8
Figure 1. Steam cation conductivity at cold start .....................................................................6-9
Figure 2. Phosphate treatment zones:.....................................................................................6-10
Criteria for Maintaining Boiler Water Conditions.....................................................................6-10
APPENDIX II.....................................................................................................................................6-11
Flow Accelerated Corrosion (FAC) ...........................................................................................6-11
APPENDIX III....................................................................................................................................6-14
Superheated Steam Purity Requirements For Normal Operation and Transients................6-14

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1.

INTRODUCTION
The main objectives of water chemistry control are to insure the
long term integrity of the materials of construction and the
successful operation of the boiler-turbine power cycle. The
particular types of chemical treatment may very depending on
many factors such as the variety of materials, operating
conditions, system design, etc.
The treatment of the feedwater and boiler water is beyond the
control of this company. This company does not assume the
responsibility for water treatment and control.
This is in
accordance with practices established by the American Boiler and
Affiliated Industries Standards Committee. The company does
however, provide water chemistry guidelines that reflect good
industry practices.
These guidelines are generally in accordance with published
guidelines from EPRI, VGB, ASME, as well as ABMA (American
Boiler Manufacturers Association). One notable exception is that
the feedwater and boilerwater qualities reflect the steam purity
requirements specified by the steam turbine and gas turbine (if
steam or water injected) supplier as opposed to those provided in
the ABMA guidelines.
Feedwater chemistry control is based on the following general
considerations:
a. Ammonia is used to control pH.
b. An oxygen scavenger is not needed if the oxygen
concentration is below 10 ppb. If the use of an oxygen
scavenger becomes necessary, hydrazine is preferable if
allowed by local safety regulations.
c. To minimize the risk of flow assisted corrosion in the lowpressure systems (see Appendix II), the pH range has a
relatively high limit and the use of organic treatment
chemicals is not recommended.
Boiler water chemistry control is based on the following
considerations:
a. General and specific corrosion protection of the pressure parts
surfaces in the event of contamination ingress.
b. Achieving the required steam purity.
There are several accepted methods for controlling boiler water
chemistry. The majority of drum type boilers, however, still use
some form of phosphate treatment (see appendix I). The
particular phosphate treatment (phosphate concentration and
corresponding pH) should be selected based on the following
main cycle considerations:

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1.
2.
3.
4.

Condenser cooling water chemistry


Presence of condensate polishing system
Phosphate hideout history or potential
Sodium limit in the steam

It is understood that these are general guidelines and may need to


be modified to meet plant specific requirements. Additional
operational information, highlights, and criteria for selecting
particular chemical controls are provided in Appendix I and III. A
brief discussion on flow accelerated corrosion (FAC) is presented
in Appendix II.

2.

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMBINED CYCLES WITH DRUM-TYPE BOILERS


(Water Chemistry Requirements for Normal Operation)

A. Demineralized Water
(at Demineralizer Water Plant Outlet)
Parameter

Unit

Specific conductivity
Silica as SiO2
Sodium + Potassium as Na+K
Iron as Fe
Copper as Cu
TOC

S/cm
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb

N
< 0.20
< 20
< 10
< 20
< 3
< 300

B. Condensate
(at Condensate Pump Discharge)

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Unit

Specific conductivity
Conductivity after cation exch.
pH-value
Silica as SiO2
Iron as Fe
Copper as Cu

S/cm
S/cm
ppb
ppb
ppb

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N
copper alloy
tubed
condenser
2-6
< 0.20
8.8 - 9.3
< 20
< 20
< 3

N
stainless steel or
titanium tubed
condenser
3 - 11
< 0.20
9.0 - 9.6
< 20
< 20
< 3

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C. Feedwater (at Boiler Inlet)*
Parameter

Unit

Specific conductivity
Conductivity after cation exch.**
pH-value
Silica as SiO2
Iron as Fe
Copper as Cu
Oxygen

S/cm
S/cm
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb

N
copper alloy
tubed
condenser
2-6
< 0.20
8.8 - 9.3
< 20
< 20
< 3
< 10

N
stainless steel or
titanium tubed
condenser
3 - 11
< 0.20
9.0 - 9.6
< 20
< 20
< 3
< 10

* Normal feedwater quality should be achieved after 30% unit load.


* * For cation conductivity transient conditions, see criteria discussion.

D. Boiler Water (HP, IP and LP)


The tables below give the prime choice for HRSG drum boiler water
treatment. In deviation to this specification, the following standards
can also be adopted:
- VGB guidelines R450L / 1988
- EPRI guidelines TR110051
- specifications of boiler suppliers approved by Alstom
Note: These guidelines do not apply to the Low Pressure (LP)
drum if used as a feedwater tank. In such a case, the feedwater
guidelines are applicable to the LP boilerwater.
Parameter

Unit

Specific conductivity
pH
Phosphate as PO4
Silica as SiO2

S/cm
ppm
ppm

N
< 40 *
9.1 - 9.6
2 6**
***

*
estimated value, must be compatible with steam purity
**
low phosphate concentration range applicable for all
pressures
***
see Table below
Drum pressure (bar)
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150

Carry-Over (%)
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2

SiO2 (ppm)
7.5
4.8
3.4
2.5
2.0
1.6
1.2
0.9
0.6
0.4

Boiler design criteria:


- mechanical carry-over see Table above.
- blowdown intermittent up to 5%, continuous 0.5...1%

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E. Live Steam and Reheat Steam (at Boiler Outlet)
Parameter

Unit

Specific conductivity
Conductivity after cation exch.
pH-value
Sodium + Potassium as Na+K
Silica as SiO2
Iron as Fe
Copper as Cu

S/cm
S/cm
ppb
ppb
ppb
ppb

N
copper alloy
tubed
condenser
2-6
< 0.20
8.8 - 9.3
<10
< 20
< 20
< 3

N
stainless steel or
titanium tubed
condenser
3 - 11
< 0.20
9.0 - 9.6
<10
< 20
< 20
< 3

F. General Remarks
All conductivitys and pH are referred to 77F (25C). Possible
contributions from carbon dioxide may be excluded.
Operation is desirable at the lowest achievable impurity levels, with
the shortest and least frequent excursions.
The specification is related to the following conditions:
Make-up water demand is < 1 % under normal conditions, up to
5 % maximum and intermittent.
Feedwater pH conditioning shall be done with ammonia.
Oxygen scavengers such as hydrazine are not required (if
copper alloys present in the condensate system, the use of
hydrazine can be evaluated).
Organic based treatment chemicals are not recommended
and should not be required in a combined cycle power plant
generating electricity in which there is no process steam
exported from the cycle.
Note: This is a general specification valid for the plant type
mentioned only. The criteria should be reviewed for a specific
application and at commissioning.
N Normal value. Values are consistent with long-term system
reliability. A safety margin has been provided to avoid
concentration of contaminants at surfaces.

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APPENDIX I
A.

Feedwater Quality and Steam Purity.


Dissolved Solids and Oxides.
The guidelines address the
influence of both dissolved and suspended (i.e. oxides) solids.
Since the feedwater is used for desuperheating (steam
temperature control), its level of dissolved solids must be limited in
order to prevent fouling of steam touched surfaces as well as
achieve steam purity requirements. It should also be recognized
that metallic oxides transported to the boiler (or superheater /
reheater/turbine) by feedwater can foul these surfaces such that
damage and/or efficiency losses may occur.
Oxygen. It is indicated in the feedwater guidelines that the oxygen
concentration should be limited to 10 ppb. At the same time, the
use of oxygen scavengers such as hydrazine or hydrazine
substitutes have been omitted. This is based on the experience
from plants on Oxygenated Treatment (OT) where less reducing
conditions in low cation conductivity waters (less than 0.2 S/cm)
help to form a more adherent / less soluble oxide film. This further
minimizes the potential for flow assisted corrosion (FAC) as
discussed in a later section.
Cation Conductivity. Cation conductivity values do not include the
influence of carbon dioxide. During normal operating conditions,
levels of 0.06-0.2 S/cm can be achieved. Higher values are
observed during startup. Carbon dioxide, having entered the
system with air during shutdown, is dissolved in the water. It
requires some time until it is purged from the system. The removal
rate depends on the efficiency of the deaeration devices
(deaerator, condenser), as well as on cycle water pH. At cold
start, normal specification values are usually obtained within a few
hours for base loaded plants. Cyclic units with frequent cold starts
require a significant proportion of the operating time to reach
normal values. Therefore, the question is whether it is worthwhile
to extend heat-up and bypass operation to achieve a low cation
conductivity when solely influenced by carbon dioxide.
We have investigated startup cation conductivity in several plants
with an ion-chromatograph. One example is given in Figure 1. It is
seen that cation conductivity started well above 1S/cm, but with
exclusion of carbon dioxide, it was never larger than 0.3 S/cm
when the turbine was on line.
Such analytical techniques are normally not available in a power
plant. Even if the plant would have such equipment installed, it is
doubtful if it could be brought to full operating conditions by the
beginning of a cold start. The same applies to degassed cation
conductivity measurements. We therefore looked at substitute
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The boiler water is a good indicator for the ingress of any
impurities, and its relation to steam chemistry is fairly well
understood. We have therefore formulated our requirement for
steam cation conductivity at startup as follows: "The steam turbine
can be kept in operation with boiler water purity within the
specification and the conductivity of HP steam showing a large
decrease in conductivity within one hour from the beginning of
turbine operation."
B.

Boilerwater Quality
The boilerwater quality and respective treatment is designed to
produce steam with a sodium content not to exceed 10 ppb.
Therefore, a low level sodium phosphate treatment has been
selected. Figure 2 is a plot of phosphate vs. pH. This type of
strong alkaline treatment provides good buffering capabilities in
the event of impurity ingress. In those plants where phosphate
treatment can be used in the LP boilers, it will also prevent the risk
of Flow Accelerated Corrosion (FAC).
The listed phosphate range is 2 to 6 ppm. This is limited by the
sodium steam purity requirements and the steam drum
mechanical or moisture carryover performance. It should be
realized that the American Boiler Manufacturers Association
(ABMA) guidelines allow a higher dissolved solids level (or sodium
level) in the boilerwater. Consequently, for these high operating
pressure ranges, the resulting sodium level in the steam will be
higher than that allowed by turbine suppliers. Therefore, the
turbine steam purity requirements as specified by the turbine
suppliers control the level of phosphates and other dissolved
solids in the boilerwater.
All Volatile Treatment (AVT) and Equilibrium Phosphate
Treatment (EPT) can be applied in specific cases should
phosphate hideout occur. Each boiler is normally controlled and
treated independently although the guidelines list the same level
of treatment chemicals and conductivity. With demineralized
feedwater, there really is no need to allow higher dissolved solids
in lower pressure boilers just because it can handle it without
adversely affecting steam purity.
The use of Sodium Hydroxide is considered to be risky for lowstaffed power plants, as it requires much more attention and
control to be safely applied.
In a typical combined cycle, the condensate or feedwater is
relatively free of iron oxide during stable operation. Therefore,
there is no need to use organic dispersants in the boilerwater.
These organic substances can decompose to carbon dioxide as
well as produce organic acids. These acids can then circulate
throughout the cycle. As a consequence, they could destabilize (if
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surfaces which can increase the potential for flow accelerated
corrosion.
The table titled Criteria for Maintaining Boilerwater Conditions
provides some guidelines in the event of contamination ingress as
measured by cation conductivity.

Figure 1. Steam cation conductivity at cold start

200

1.8

180

1.6

160

1.4

140
measured
calculated all anions
calculated anions without CO2
MW

1.2
1

120
MW

Conductivity (microS/cm)

Stea m HP-boiler 2
2

100

0.8

80

0.6

60

0.4

40

0.2

20

0
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Figure 2. Phosphate treatment zones:
A Coordinated phosphate-pH control with good buffering capabilities. B Congruent
phosphate-pH control used to buffer caustic contaminants. C Phosphate-Caustic control used
to buffer acidic contaminants. D Equilibrium Phosphate control used where phosphate hideout
might otherwise occur/buffering capacity is however limited.

Criteria for Maintaining Boiler Water Conditions


Feedwater
Conditions
Cation
Conductivity
<0.2 S/cm
Cation
Conductivity
0.2-0.5 S/cm
Cation
Conductivity
> 0.5 S/cm

Boiler Water Chemistry Control


Phosphate
TDS <15 ppm
pH* 9.1-9.6
PO4 2-6 ppm
TDS <15 ppm
pH 9.1-9.6
PO4 2-6 ppm
TDS < 25ppm
PO4 2-10
pH 9.1-10.1

Volatile
TDS <2 ppm
pH 8.6-9.0

See Figure 2

None.

Not Suitable

See Figure 2

Monitor steam purity. Increase


blowdown if required.

Not Suitable

See Figure 2

Limited operation. Refer to turbine


steam purity guidelines for
abnormal conditions. Load will
need to be reduced as well as the
use of desuperheating spray water.
If feedwater cation conductivity
increases above 1.0 S/cm,
prepare for orderly shutdown.

*Boiler water pH under


phosphate control
should be higher (by a
minimum of 0.2 units)
than the feedwater pH

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APPENDIX II
A.

Flow Accelerated Corrosion (FAC)


Major parameters, which influence FAC, are: pH, turbulence (flow
geometry and velocity), steam moisture in two-phase flow,
temperature, oxygen concentration, and material composition.
In the steam/water system, FAC is mainly observed in the
temperature range between 175-450F (80-230C), with a
maximum in the temperature range around 300-350F (150180C). Regions of concern are:

Economizer tubes at HP and IP inlet headers


LP-evaporator surfaces at bends
LP-drum internals
LP horizontal evaporative tube bends

To date, economizer, low pressure evaporative tubes (at bends),


and drum internals have experienced FAC in several heat
recovery steam generators in combined and co-generation cycle
plants. Economizer inlet tubes have experienced FAC due to low
pH conditions (in 3 plants, steam purity requirements did not allow
the use of feedwater pH control chemicals, thus the pH was in the
range of 6.5 to 7). Evaporative tubes and other LP components
such as drum internals with few exceptions have normally not
experienced this type of attack with either AVT treatment (pH in
the range of 9.2 9.6) and certainly not with strong alkaline
chemical additives (such as phosphates). The exceptions (3
cases) involved FAC of drum internals in LP boilers where an
organic water chemistry program (organic dispersants, organic
amines, and organic oxygen scavengers) was used. In summary,
a fluid environment needs to be provided that can promote oxide
stability and at the same time meet plant requirements. In other
words, high feedwater pH controlled with ammonia and no oxygen
scavengers is recommended as long as the normal oxygen
content is less than 10 ppb (the need to use organic amines for
feedwater and condensate pH control in co-generation facilities
should be evaluated for each specific site).
Flow assisted corrosion of carbon steel is defined as the
acceleration or increase in the rate of corrosion caused by the
relative movement between a corrosive fluid (either single phasewater or two phases-water and steam mixture) and the metal
surface. The main influence of fluid velocity and/or turbulence is
the localized removal of protective surface films (magnetite) which
then leads to accelerated corrosion of the base metal. The
dissolution of the magnetite film is enhanced by the mass
transport of soluble iron species (Fe II) away from the surface. If
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accelerated by flow/turbulence, it will increase metal loss as iron
oxidizes to replace the dissolved film.
The 1988 American Power Conference paper by Henzel, et al
"Erosion Corrosion in Power Plants under Single - and Two Phase Flow Conditions - Updated Experience and Proven
Counteractions" provides a useful summary of some of the
research on FAC. Major parameters which influence erosion
corrosion or FAC are 1) velocity, 2) temperature, 3) pH, and 4)oxygen concentration.
Velocity: The effect of velocity or turbulence is to increase the
mass transfer of chemical species to and away from the metal
surface. This is not a case of "mechanical" abrasion or erosion.
Normally, the erosion corrosion studies cover high velocity ranges
compared to what we might expect for mean velocity in boiler
tubes or feed pipes, however, as we know from field experiences,
even at "normal velocity", erosion corrosion can occur depending
on the severity of the fluid properties. Under these conditions,
FAC problems typically occur in turbulent areas (tubes in inlet
headers, bends, tees, valves, etc.) where the local velocity vectors
may be much higher than the mean.
Temperature: The effect of temperature on metal loss parallels
the effect of temperature on solubility of iron oxide (magnetite) in
water. At low temperatures, the oxide that is formed is iron
hydroxide; this shifts to magnetite at high temperatures. These
two materials have different solubility characteristics, accounting
for a temperature peak around 300 - 350 F (150-177C). Minimum
and maximum temperature limits have been reported for the most
part in the range of 170F (77C) and 450F (232C), respectively.
Oxygen: Oxygen would normally be thought to cause additional
corrosion and in the presence of dissolved solids, it does increase
corrosion. In an environment of high purity water, oxygen acts to
stabilize the protective coating and actually reduces the rate of
metal loss. This is the same principle being exploited for
Oxygenated Treatment in once-through units.
pH: The pH and the oxidationreduction potential (ORP) of the
fluid in a typical system are the more influential of these
parameters since it directly affects the solubility of iron
oxide/hydroxide. Either of these conditions such as low pH or a
high negative ORP (reducing conditions) can cause this corrosion.
Maintaining the pH as high as practical will minimize the
dissolution of iron oxide. When the pH is reduced below 8.5, the
potential for FAC is increased substantially. The maximum metal
loss occurs from pH 7 and below into the acidic range. Although
ORP is not usually a standard measurement, chemistry conditions
that promote a reduced environment must be avoided. This topic
is discussed in greater detail in a following section on iron oxide
solubility.
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Iron Oxide Solubility
Iron oxide or magnetite dissolution is typically represented by the
Sweeton and Baes equilibrium reaction:
1/3Fe3O4 + (2-b)H+ + 1/3H2 = Fe(OH)b (2-b)+ + (4/3-b)H2O
Ferrous hydroxide on the right side of the equation is the soluble
product. As indicated by this equation, the dissolution of
magnetite is influenced by the oxidation-reduction potential (ORP)
of the solution as represented by hydrogen (H2). It is also
influenced by the pH as represented by the hydrogen ion.
Therefore, the dissolution increases as the ORP becomes more
reducing (negative potential) and the pH decreases.
The reaction is also a diffusion-gradient driven process, which
involves the mass transfer of the ferrous ions from the oxide layer
to the bulk fluid. Therefore, the dissolution rate is dependent on
the local flow conditions. Turbulent flow increases the dissolution
rate. Areas of turbulence in HRSG components which have been
known to experience FAC are tube bends/elbows, inlet header
tubes (simulates a T connection) and steam drum
perforated/centrifugal separators.
Other chemical substances such as organic compounds can affect
the solubility of iron oxide. For example, organic contaminants
can thermally degrade at higher temperatures to form compounds
such as acetates or acetic acid. These can affect the solubility of
magnetite and at the same time form a soluble iron acetate
compound. Ammonia, which is used for feedwater pH control, has
a lower dissociation rate at higher temperatures so that the local
high temperature pH can be substantially lower than measured at
ambient temperature. This is normal behavior and taken into
account in cycle water chemistry. However, organic substances
could enter the cycle, become acidic at higher temperatures and
significantly affect the pH even with ammonia present.
Ammonia also volatilizes at higher temperatures. This will also
have a lowering effect on pH. Unlike ammonia, strong alkaline
substances such as trisodium phosphate used in the boilerwater
provide a high pH unaffected by temperature and can form
stable/non-volatile compounds. The potential for FAC in boiler or
evaporator tubes is negligible if the boilerwater is properly treated
with phosphate chemistry.

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APPENDIX III
A.

Superheated Steam Purity Requirements For Normal Operation and Transients


Note: This table is similar to Table 5 from the guidelines with the
addition of transient values which could also be used as a guide
during start-up operations.
A1

A2

Type of
analysis

Parameter

Unit

Cation
Conductivity1
Sodium (Na)
Silica (SiO2)
Iron (Fe)
pH

S/cm

0.2

0.2-0.5 0.5-1

ppb
ppb
ppb
-

10
20
20
9.0-9.64

10-20
> 203

40
(> 100)
(> 100)

C orM2
C or M2
M
M5

20-40
-

(C = online monitoring, M = grab sample)


1) = Possible contributions from carbon dioxide may be excluded
2) = Preferably online
3) = Time permitted above 20 ppb SiO2: [hours]x[ppb]<105
4) = Preferably in the high range (9.4-9.6) in all ferrous systems
5) = Condensate pH may be used as indication of steam pH
N Normal value.
A1 Action Level 1. Potential for the accumulation of contaminants
and corrosion attack. Return to normal values within one week.
Maximum exposure is 336 cumulative hours per year, excluding
start up conditions.
A2 Action Level 2. Accumulation of impurities and corrosion
attack will occur. Return to normal levels within 24 hours.
Maximum exposure is 24 hours per year, excluding start up
conditions.
S Immediate shutdown. Immediate shutdown of the concerned
system is required to avoid damage.

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SECTION 7: INSPECTION and MAINTENANCE


7.1

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Identify areas to inspect, possible inspection findings, and approaches for repair to major
pressure parts.
7.2

HRSG INSPECTION RECOMMENDATIONS

HRSG General Inspections should be carried out approximately once every twelve months.
These inspections should be coordinated with the scheduled plant outages of other major
combined cycle plant equipment and inspection requirements of the Authorized Inspector.
In addition, detailed Inspections should be carried out every 5 - 10 years depending on plant
operating history. This detailed inspection is primarily a visual inspection of all accessible
pressure parts. The visual inspection will identify any areas of concern that require subsequent
Non-Destructive Examination (NDE).
Descriptions of the General Inspections and Detailed Pressure Part Inspections follow.
General Inspection (Annual)
Inlet Duct and Boiler Casing
The following items are noted during the inspection.

External Casing is inspected externally to identify any areas of significant overheating or


cracking.
Internal Liners are inspected for severe warpage, excessive loss of stud/washer
attachments, liner cracking and loss of insulation.
Gas Baffles are inspected for mechanical integrity.
Flow Straighteners are inspected for overall mechanical and weld integrity.
Duct Burners are inspected for mechanical/weld integrity, burner component overheating,
fouling and wear. Detailed inspection of burner elements, ignitors and scanners should be
made pursuant to manufacturers recommendations.
Expansion Joints are inspected internally and externally.

Pressure Parts
All readily accessible pressure part components are visually inspected. Tubing within the gas
path is inspected for severe or progressive bowing, fin/tube weld integrity and evidence of
fouling, deposits or corrosion. Particular attention to the cold end sections is recommended.
Internal inspection of the drums and deaerator should be carried out. All headers and
connecting piping within the upper and lower vestibules should be visually inspected. All
external piping and valves should be inspected noting hanger condition and valve condition. All
pressure part casing penetrations should be inspected for evidence of cracking.

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Stack
External and internal inspection of the stack should note mechanical integrity and evidence of
internal corrosion. Stack Dampers should be inspected to verify full open and full closed
capability and evidence of vibration and wear. Stack silencers should be inspected for
mechanical integrity, warpage and integrity of fiber packing.
SCR and CO Catalyst (If Applicable)
SCR and CO Catalyst should be inspected for mechanical integrity of supports,
erosion/corrosion of the catalyst elements and evidence of fouling or deposits within the catalyst
elements. Ammonia injection grids should be inspected for integrity of the mechanical supports
and condition of the injection nozzles. The ammonia supply system should be inspected
pursuant to the manufacturer recommendations.
Detailed Inspection (Every 5 - 10 Years)
Visual Inspection
This inspection usually includes the following:

Steam Drums and Steam/Water Separator

Upper and lower evaporator headers adjacent to access areas

Upper and lower economizer headers adjacent to access areas

Upper and lower superheater and reheater headers adjacent to access areas

Downcomers, risers, connecting lines

Superheat and reheat piping

Feedwater piping

Boiler water circulating pumps

RH and SH desuperheaters

Deaerator

Orifices

Strainers

This visual inspection is a more detailed inspection that that required annually. This may require
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The following is noted during the inspection:

The external surfaces, internal surfaces and associated equipment of all drums or
steam/water separator should be visually examined for indications of cracks, erosion,
corrosion, loose or broken hangers/supports, loose or missing internals that might be
indicative of a variety of failure mechanisms and their condition documented.

Condition of full penetration welds and their heat affected zones, (including longitudinal
seams for those headers fabricated from plate, girth welds, welds at tees or formed
openings and end closures).

Condition of selected socket welds and their heat affected zones (including connecting
pipes, vent and drain piping).

Selected bore-holes.

Machined corners of manway seating surfaces.

The steam drum liner or baffling should be visually examined, preferably by means of wet
test, for indications of cracks.

The circulating pumps, suction and discharge valves should be checked for fatigue
cracking. One of the pumps and one of the suction valves should be internally inspected.

The external surfaces of a header are visually examined for indications of cracks, corrosion,
erosion, swelling, exfoliation, discoloration, bowing, loose or broken hangers/supports that
might be indicative of a variety of failure mechanisms and their condition documented.

The internal surfaces of a header and bore-holes of terminal tubes may be examined
visually for indications of cracks and for abnormalities such as excessive deposits or
corrosion.

Desuperheater liners should be inspected for erosion and cracking utilizing a standard
boroscope.

Nondestructive Examination (NDE)


Following Visual Inspection additional NDE tests should be carried out in any areas of concern.
The following techniques may be used.

Radiograph

Weld Seam Etching

Diameter and Circumference Measurements

Borehole Examination

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One examination routinely performed during a header condition assessment is the examination
of header bore-holes. This examination detects the presence of borehole cracking through the
use of an oxide cleaning method, fluorescent dye-penetrant examination and visual/dimensional
inspection.

Magnetic Particle Examination

Magnetic particle examination or testing (MT) and/or wet fluorescent magnetic particle
examination (WFMT) should be used at selective locations to determine the existence of
mIcrocracks that may not be apparent. Surface discontinuities and shallow subsurface
discontinuities can be detected by using this method. Check circumferential seams and a
number of socket welds and their heat affected zones (including supply tubes, terminal tubes,
vent and drain nozzles).

Liquid-Penetrant Examination

Liquid-penetrant examination or testing (PT) is a highly sensitive non-destructive method for


detecting discontinuities (flaws) such as cracks, pores and porosity which are open to the
surface of solid and essentially nonporous materials.
The fluorescent-penetrant inspection (FPT) uses penetrants that fluoresce brilliantly under
ultraviolet light. The sensitivity of the fluorescent penetrant (solvent removable) technique is
considered to be very high and recommended for areas where minute defects may be present.

Ultrasonic Shearwave Examination

Ultrasonic examination, utilizing O longitudinal sound waves and 45 and 60 refracted shear
waves, is extremely useful in detecting the presence of surface and internal discontinuities or
non-homogenous areas in materials. This technique provides useful information on whether or
not the crack(s) can or should be weld repaired.

Ultrasonic Thickness Measurements

Wall thickness readings shall be taken at the dimensional test locations, on selected elbows and
bends, and where recordable indications are found. Readings should be taken around the
whole circumference of the pipe (0, 90, 1800 and 270) and on the outer wall in the arc of
the bend on selected elbows and bends.

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7.3

TUBE CIRCUITS

The purpose of the internal inspection is to take a close look at the inside components and
areas which are not accessible when the unit is in service in order to find potential problem
areas and to repair these areas at a convenient time. Refer to Pressure Part General
Arrangement Drawings behind Tab 10.

The inspection begins only after the unit is down, has been cooled, cleaned, and
secured.

Make all safety checks and obtain all necessary clearances before opening any of
the access doors.

Enter the HRSG through access doors.

A safer and more efficient way of inspecting the interior is with the use of scaffolding,
a method that will save time and money in the long run. With an arrangement of
scaffolding, a more complete and thorough inspection can be performed,
maintenance and repair personnel have easy access to the unit, and continuous
access is provided to the entire HRSG.

During the internal inspection, check historic problem areas based on OEM Service
Engineering reports.

Use visual observations, comparisons, measurements, and non-destructive


examination techniques as methods for the inspection.

Recommended Inspection General Areas


The tube circuits are arranged in both horizontal and vertical assemblies with the
water/steam flow countercurrent to gas flow.

Inspect each of the tube banks for alignment and possible signs of overheating
using an outside micrometer.

Check clearance between tube assemblies and casing sidewalls.

Examine all supports.

Examine all baffles and partition plates.

Examine all header assemblies. Inspect welds around tube nipples and headers
for cracks and erosion.

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7.4

DRUMS AND HEADERS

Steam Drum
The material used to make up the drum and internals is primarily high strength carbon steel.
The nozzles in the drum heads are provided for attachment of water level gauges and
indicators, vent valves, and safety valves.
Prior to an outage, take steam samples individually from the sampling nozzles installed in
the steam outlet tubes along the drum. These samples will detect the presence of localized
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CHEMICAL
FEED LINE

FEED
INLET

CONTINUOUS BLOWDOWN LINE

Figure 7-1: HRSG Steam Drum, Typical


WARNING:
Before entering the drum, ensure that the drum has been purged and that the environment is
safe.
WARNING:
If the unit has been laid up with nitrogen, make sure that the steam drum is vented completely
before any inspection is performed.
Place an air mover in the end of the drum not being inspected; this will provide adequate
ventilation. A second person should remain outside the drum as a safety precaution.

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As previously stated, the steam drum serves several functions:

Provides a point for separating the steam and water

Houses the equipment used for purifying the steam after separation

Houses the header used to distribute the incoming feedwater. Examine the steam/water
separating equipment. Inspect the separators, both the primary and secondary stages.
Look for corrosion, deposits, erosion, missing parts, etc. Examine the condition of the
corrugated plate dryers and the return piping.

Drum Inspection Reminders:

Check the condition of the seal around the manway door.

Check the area around the inside of the manway door.

Check the interior of the drum for corrosion and deposits.

Check the condition and mounting of the blowdown pipe and the feedwater
distribution header.

Check the downcomer nozzles, screens, and vortex eliminators.

Check all drum internals for wear and fit.

Pay particular attention to the areas behind the primary and secondary separators.

Thoroughly examine the drum internals for cracks. Missing fasteners or separation of
the plates will allow boiler water to bypass the steam separation equipment and allow
the carryover of boiler water into the superheater.

Headers
Headers are located throughout the water and steam circuits of the boiler. They collect water or
steam from a group of tubes and are not physically accessible for entrance. However, they may
have handhole inspection ports which allow for a visual internal inspection. During an
inspection, thoroughly inspect the headers inside and out.
Header Internal Inspection
To perform an internal inspection, remove the handhole inspection ports on the header.
Examine the interior for corrosion, deposits, or any other foreign material. Check the area
around the handhole for any signs of cracking. Check the handhole seal.

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Figure 7-2: Typical Header Connections


Header External Inspection
During an external inspection, visually check the entire header for corrosion, erosion, etc.
Visually check the header nipple welds for signs of cracking. If any cracking is found, determine
the depth and location, and consult the manufacturer for recommended repairs. Inspect the area
around each header for signs of potential problems.
7.5

DESUPERHEATERS

To assist in controlling the final temperature of the steam going to the turbine, a superheater
desuperheater is located at the superheater outlet. (Figure 7-3)
A desuperheater is also located in the reheat outlet line to provide final reheat steam
temperature control during transient conditions.
A spray type desuperheater employs spraywater as a cooling medium to the superheated
steam. Water is sprayed directly into the steam flow thus adjusting the steam temperature.

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FROM
SPRAY WATER SOURCE
(BOILER FEED PUMP)

Figure 7-3: Desuperheater Schematic


A replaceable liner is installed for protection against erosion and thermal shocking of the
desuperheater heavy wall-connecting link by the cooler spraywater. Spraywater desuperheaters
must utilize feedwater quality water because of the location of the desuperheater in the steam
circuitry. By design, there is sufficient time for evaporation of the spray water over the control
range of the unit before the steam reaches the turbine for either the superheater or the reheater.
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Monitor condition of spray water control and block valves to insure valves maintain tight seals
when spray is not required.
Inspection
The purpose of the desuperheater is to control steam temperature through the use of cool
tempering water. Desuperheaters are installed in both the superheater and reheater circuits.
The typical in-line desuperheater, shown in Figure 7-4, consists of a shell, liner, and spray
nozzle assembly. The shell acts as housing. The spray nozzle assembly introduces the
tempering water. The liner protects the shell from thermal shock when the relatively cold
tempering water is injected into the steam system.

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Figure 7-4: Typical Desuperheater Details

Superheater and desuperheater liner inspections should be conducted every three to five years.
This inspection is accomplished with a boroscope. The boroscope is inserted through the spray
water nozzle opening after removing the spray water control valve or via a hand hole plate.
Examine the liner for any gross deformations. Examine the spray nozzles for any enlargement
of the nozzle holes. If extensive wastage is found, replace the spray nozzle.
7.6

TUBE FAILURE ANALYSIS (Short Term Overheating)

For a specific tube material, there is a maximum allowable stress at a particular temperature. If
the tube metal temperature increases beyond this point, creep will occur and the tube will
eventually fail by stress rupture.
Superheaters and reheaters can experience interruptions and/or reductions in steam flow that
can increase tube metal temperatures that lead to stress rupture failures.
With ferritic steel, a "fish mouth" or longitudinal rupture, with a thin edge fracture is most likely.
With other tube materials, still other appearances are possible. The causes for this type of
failure are the following:

Abnormal coolant flow from a blockage in the tube

Blockage due to debris in the tube

Blockage due to scale in the tube

Blockage due to condensate in the tube following an incomplete boilout

Excessive combustion gas temperatures

High temperatures from over-firing during start-up

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Figure 7-5: Short Term Overheating Appearance

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High Temperature Creep


A small fracture may be associated with a blister, while a large fracture could have a thick
edged, fish mouth, longitudinal crack. The area around the fracture may have an alligator hide
appearance, with significant oxide scale penetration. The root causes for high temperature,
longer term failure such as these are the following:

High heat flux into a section of the boiler that could have used a higher grade of steel

Excessive hot gas flow through an area that is plugged

Excessive heat absorption from an adjacent lug, or other welded attachment

Partial pluggage from blockage or internal scale

Figure 7-6: High Temperature Creep

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Dissimilar Metal Welds
The weld failures will normally have one side of the weld that responds to a magnet, while the
other does not. The weld crack will be circumferential at the weld; over on the side that
responds to the magnet; the ferritic side. The cause of failure relate the stress of the two metals
expanding differently plus:

Stress from internal steam pressure

Stress from the vertical weight on the weld

Stress from the constraints of how the tube is supported or attached

Internal thermal gradients, which add up to the total stress. The higher the value, the
sooner the weld fails.

Figure 7-7: Dissimilar Metal Welds

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Appearance Welding Defects
If the defect is most notable on the inside, it can become a failure from an internal scale buildup, and resultant corrosion, or corrosion fatigue failure. If the defect is with the integrity of the
weld itself, the failures often appear as a brittle failure, where stress is concentrated in a small
area. Causes again relate to quality control:

The procedure.

Weld material used.

Preparation of the tube ends before the first pass.

Pitting - Localized Corrosion (Water-Side Corrosion)


Water containing dissolved oxygen is highly corrosive to many metals; therefore everything
must be done to minimize the introduction of oxygenated water into the boiler and pre-boiler
systems. Oxygen corrosion can dramatically affect various components in operating and nonoperating boilers. Much of the suspended crud that enters an operating boiler is the direct result
of oxygen attack of components in the pre-boiler system.
Localized pitting is found where oxygen is allowed to come in contact with the inside of the
tubes, which is just about anywhere. It appears as a steep edged crater with red iron oxide
surrounding the pit. The tube surface near the pit may show little or no attack. Sometimes there
is a series of smaller pits. The typical cause starts with:

High levels of oxygen in the feedwater, i.e., poor deaeration at start-up

Filling of condensate in low point, such as bends, when the steam cools

Outages where air gets inside the assembly from adjacent repairs, or vents being left open
as the steam condenses

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Figure 7-8: Localized Pitting Appearance

Stress Corrosion Cracking (Water-Side Corrosion)


These thick-edged fractures can be either circumferential or longitudinal, depending on how the
stress is oriented. Typically the chemical attack is on the inside of the tube and works its way
out through the growing crack. Far less commonly, the chemical attack exists on the outside
(gas side) and works its way inward. The root cause is the coupling of more than one factor
working on the same location:
From the chemistry side are the contaminants of chlorides, sulfates, or hydroxides on either the
inside (common) or outside (less common)

Contaminants can come from boiler steam drum carry over


Contaminants can come from contamination in the desuperheater spray
External contaminants come from acidic components to the fuel
Additionally there must be a stress possibly from a bend in the tube
Weld attachments from initial assembly
Or possibly from cyclic unit operation

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Figure 7-9: Stress Corrosion Appearance


Low Temperature Corrosion (Gas Side)
External surfaces of economizer tubes that are exposed to a moist environment containing flue
gases can experience acid corrosion. Certain acidic salts (ferrous sulfate for example) can
hydrolyze in moist environments to produce low pH conditions that will attack carbon steel.
Sulfur trioxide (SO3), present in the cooler flue gas areas, and can react with water vapor to
produce sulfuric acid. If the temperature is below the dew point, sulfuric acid condenses along
metal surfaces and corrodes the metal. Water washing can also produce acid attack.
A gouged exterior and a thin ductile failure characterize this form of failure. When the pressure
becomes too great, the pressure inside blows out a hole. The root cause for low temperature
failures are:

The presence of sulfur in the oil, which has an opportunity to condense on the last rows of
economizer tubes.

The condensing of sulfur and ash when the exit gas temperature is low.

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Figure 7-10: Low Temperature Corrosion Appearance

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Vibration Fatigue
In locations where boiler tubes are welded to support lugs, a thick edge failure can form at the
toe of the weld. This fracture is circumferential, running at right angles to the weld.
The root cause is:

The vibration of the tube, caused by the steady flow of exhaust gases.

Along with a lug location that induces a rigid point that will concentrate the force into a short
distance.

Figure 7-11: Vibration Fatigue Appearance

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Corrosion Fatigue
Like the previous fatigue mechanism, cyclic stresses produce a series of parallel surface cracks,
however this time the corrosive environment adds to the deterioration by forcing the oxide
wedge into the cracks, further leveraging the fracture. The thick edge fracture will be coated with
an oxide layer. Pits can often be found on the inside surface of the cracks. The causes have two
key ingredients which are Corrosion and Stress. There is either induced stress from the way the
tube connects to another pressure part or there is induced stress from the way the tube is tied to
a structural support.

There is residual stress left over from fabrication.

Internal pits from dissolved oxygen or acidic corrosion from the pre-boiler circuit
aggravate the cracking process in the water cooled tubes.

External corrosion in steam cooled units aggravates the cyclic flexing where the tube
enters the header.

Figure 7-12: Corrosion Fatigue Appearance

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SECTION 8: HRSG START UP CURVES


8.1

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Understand HRSG operational phenomena under various conditions


8.2

DESCRIPTION OF CURVES

Analysis Method
Startup curves for the triple pressure, reheat HRSGs have been developed to describe
the dynamic response of the HRSG under Cold Start, Warm Start and Hot Start
conditions.
HRSG process conditions (pressure, temperature, and flow) for the HP, IP, and LP
sections have been predicted based on field experience with other triple pressure reheat
HRSGs. In addition, response profiles have also been estimated by reference to
detailed computational models developed for dynamic analysis prediction of dual
pressure HRSGs.
Basis for Predictions:
Startup Curves (9 total) have been prepared for the following conditions. Pressure
Decay curves (3 total) have also been prepared to show pressure response to the
system during shutdown.
1. HP Cold Start (> 72 hours)
2. IP Cold Start (> 72 hours)
3. LP Cold Start (> 72 hours)
4. HP Warm Start (> 8 hours < 48)
5. IP Warm Start (> 8 hours < 48)
6. LP Warm Start (> 8 hours < 48)
7. HP Hot Start (< 8 hours)
8. IP Hot Start (< 8 hours)
9. LP Hot Start (< 8 hours)
10. Pressure Decay- HP
11. Pressure Decay- IP
12. Pressure Decay- LP

These self-explanatory curves describe the change in boiler process conditions


(pressure, temperature and flow) versus time in response to the Gas Turbine operating
conditions summarized above.
Notes:
1. 100% Speed = 3600 rpm.

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HRSG Performance Curve Selection


Sheet Summary List
No. of
Pages

Description

HRSG Start-up - HP Cold Start

HRSG Start-up - HRH/IP Cold Start

HRSG Start-up - LP Cold Start

HRSG Start-up - HP Warm Start

HRSG Start-up - HRH/IP Warm Start

HRSG Start-up - LP Warm Start

HRSG Start-up - HP Hot Start

HRSG Start-up - HRH/IP Hot Start

HRSG Start-up - LP Hot Start

HRSG Start-up - HP 1x1x1 to 2x2x1 Start

1
1

HRSG Start-up - HRH/IP 1x1x1 to 2x2x1


Start
HRSG Start-up - LP 1x1x1 to 2x2x1 Start

HRSG Shut Down - HP Pressure Decay

HRSG Shut Down - IP Pressure Decay

HRSG Shut Down - LP Pressure Decay

Comments

Hot Start Curves Revised to Account for Operation of MHI Ventilator Valve from ST speed
of 0 rpm to speed of 100% and load of 10%

Added curves at request of customer.

Notes:
Cold Start is startup after 72 hour shutdown or longer.
Warm Start is startup after 48 hour shutdown.
Hot Start is startup after 8 hour shutdown.
References:
1. Start up and Load diagram for a Diverter Downstream of a Gas Turbine, Nubaria Power Station I & II, V94.3A date 02/07/03.
2. Nubaria Power Plant II 2 x 750MW GTCC (Start-up Curve (Cold)).
3. Nubaria Power Plant II 2 x 750MW GTCC (Start-up Curve (Warm)).
4. Nubaria Power Plant II 2 x 750MW GTCC (Start-up Curve (Hot)).

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START-UP PERFORMANCE CURVES

SIEMENS-V94.3A HRSG Start-up

Full Range Valves

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HP Predicted Performance - Cold Start


(ST load start at 270 min)

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


HP Steam Temp (GT1) = 567.7 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
HP Steam Temp (GT2) = 567.7 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HP Steam Flow (GT1) = 71.19 kg/s
HP Steam Press (GT1) = 129.2 bara
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HP Steam Flow (GT2) = 71.19 kg/s
HP Steam Press (GT2) = 129.2 bara

Pressure, Flow (%)

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GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


HRH Steam Temp (GT1) = 566.5 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
HRH Steam Temp (GT2) = 566.5 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HRH Steam Flow (GT1) = 81.53 kg/s
HRH Steam Press (GT1) = 23.4 bara
Total IP Steam Flow (GT1) = 11.50 kg/s
IP Steam Flow to CRH (GT1) = 11.50 kg/s
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HRH Steam Flow (GT2) = 81.53 kg/s
HRH Steam Press (GT2) = 23.4 bara
Total IP Steam Flow (GT2) = 11.50 kg/s
IP Steam Flow to CRH (GT2) = 11.50 kg/s

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120

110

100

Time (minutes)

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Full Range Valves

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


LP Steam Temp (GT1) = 290.0 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
LP Steam Temp (GT2) = 296.0 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
LP Steam Temp (GT1) = 290.0 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
LP Steam Temp (GT2) = 296.0 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
Total LP Steam Flow (GT1) = 8.84 kg/s
LP Steam Flow to ST (GT1) = 8.47 kg/s
LP Steam Press (GT1) = 5.2 bara
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
Total LP Steam Flow (GT2) =8.84 kg/s
LP Steam Press (GT2) = 5.2 bara
LP Steam Flow to ST (GT2) = 8 47 kg/s

600.0

LP Predicted Performance - Cold Start


(ST load start at 270 min)
120

110

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460.00

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SIEMENS-V94.3A HRSG Start-up

Full Range Values

600.0

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50.0

10

0.0

Time (minutes)

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Pressure, Flow (%)

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


HP Steam Temp (GT1) = 567.7 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
HP Steam Temp (GT2) = 567.7 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HP Steam Flow (GT1) = 71.19 kg/s
HP Steam Press (GT1) = 129.2 bara
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HP Steam Flow (GT2) = 71.19 kg/s
HP Steam Press (GT2) = 129.2 bara

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


HRH Steam Temp (GT1) = 566.5 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
HRH Steam Temp (GT2) = 566.5 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HRH Steam Flow (GT1) = 81.53 kg/s
HRH Steam Press (GT1) = 23.4 bara
Total IP Steam Flow (GT1) = 11.50 kg/s
IP Steam Flow to CRH (GT1) = 11.50 kg/s
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HRH Steam Flow (GT2) = 81.53 kg/s
HRH Steam Press (GT2) = 23.4 bara
Total IP Steam Flow (GT2) = 11.50 kg/s
IP Steam Flow to CRH (GT2) = 11.50 kg/s

600.0

550.0

HRH/IP Predicted Performance - Warm Start


(ST load start at 75 min)
120

110

100

50.0

10

0.0

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

Time (minutes)

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Pressure, Flow (%)

Full Range Values

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


LP Steam Temp (GT1) = 290.0 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
LP Steam Temp (GT2) = 296.0 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
Total LP Steam Flow (GT1) = 8.84 kg/s
LP Steam Flow to ST (GT1) = 8.47 kg/s
LP Steam Press (GT1) = 5.2 bara
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
Total LP Steam Flow (GT2) =8.84 kg/s
LP Steam Press (GT2) = 5.2 bara
LP Steam Flow to ST (GT2) = 8.47 kg/s

600.0

LP Predicted Performance - Warm Start


(ST load start at 75 min)
120

110

100.0

20

50.0

10

0.0

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600.0

120

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110

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100

450.0

90

400.0

80

350.0

70

300.0

60

Full Range Values

250.0

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C

50

200.0

HP Steam Temp (GT1) = 567.7 deg C


GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C

40

150.0

HP Steam Temp (GT2) = 567.7 deg C


GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s

30

HP Steam Flow (GT1) = 71.19 kg/s


HP Steam Press (GT1) = 129.2 bara
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s

100.0

20

HP Steam Flow (GT2) = 71.19 kg/s


HP Steam Press (GT2) = 129.2 bara

50.0

10

Time (minutes)

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Temp (C)

HP Predicted Performance - Hot Start


(ST load start at 45 min)

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

SIEMENS-V94.3A HRSG Start-up

600.0

120

550.0

110

500.0

100

450.0

90

400.0

80

350.0

70

300.0

60

Full Range Values


GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
HRH Steam Temp (GT1) = 566.5 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
HRH Steam Temp (GT2) = 566.5 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HRH Steam Flow (GT1) = 81.53 kg/s
HRH Steam Press (GT1) = 23.4 bara
Total IP Steam Flow (GT1) = 11.50 kg/s
IP Steam Flow to CRH (GT1) = 11.50 kg/s
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HRH Steam Flow (GT2) = 81.53 kg/s
HRH Steam Press (GT2) = 23.4 bara
Total IP Steam Flow (GT2) = 11.50 kg/s
IP Steam Flow to CRH (GT2) = 11.50 kg/s

250.0

200.0

150.0

100.0

50.0

50

40

30

20

10

Time (minutes)

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Temp (C)

HRH/IP Predicted Performance - Hot Start


(ST load start at 45 min)

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


LP Steam Temp (GT1) = 290.0 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
LP Steam Temp (GT2) = 296.0 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
Total LP Steam Flow (GT1) = 8.84 kg/s
LP Steam Flow to ST (GT1) = 8.47 kg/s
LP Steam Press (GT1) = 5.2 bara
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
Total LP Steam Flow (GT2) =8.84 kg/s
LP Steam Press (GT2) = 5.2 bara
LP Steam Flow to ST (GT2) = 8.47 kg/s

600.0

LP Predicted Performance - Hot Start


(ST load start at 45 min)
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20

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10

0.0

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Full Range Values

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SIEMENS-V94.3A HRSG Start-up

600.0

120.0

550.0

110.0

500.0

100.0

450.0

90.0

400.0

80.0

350.0

70.0

300.0

60.0

250.0

50.0

Full Range Values


GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C

200.0

HP Steam Temp (GT1) = 567.7 deg C


GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C

40.0

150.0

HP Steam Temp (GT2) = 567.7 deg C


GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s

30.0

HP Steam Flow (GT1) = 71.19 kg/s

100.0

20.0

HP Steam Press (GT1) = 129.2 bara


GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s

50.0

10.0

HP Steam Flow (GT2) = 71.19 kg/s


HP Steam Press (GT2) = 129.2 bara
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HP Predicted Performance - 1x1x1 to 2x2x1 Transition

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

SIEMENS-V94.3A HRSG Start-up

600.0

120.0

550.0

110.0

500.0

100.0

450.0

90.0

400.0

80.0

350.0

70.0

300.0

60.0

Full Range Valves

250.0

50.0

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


HRH Steam Temp (GT1) = 566.5 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
HRH Steam Temp (GT2) = 566.5 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HRH Steam Flow (GT1) = 81.53 kg/s
HRH Steam Press (GT1) = 23.4 bara
Total IP Steam Flow (GT1) = 11.50 kg/s
IP Steam Flow to CRH (GT1) = 11.50 kg/s
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
HRH Steam Flow (GT2) = 81.53 kg/s
HRH Steam Press (GT2) = 23.4 bara
Total IP Steam Flow (GT2) = 11.50 kg/s
IP Steam Flow to CRH (GT2) = 11.50 kg/s

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100.0

50.0

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10.0

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Pressure, Flow (%)

HRH/IP Predicted Performance - 1x1x1 to 2x2x1 Transition

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

SIEMENS-V94.3A HRSG Start-up

600.0

120.0

550.0

110.0

500.0

100.0

450.0

90.0

400.0

80.0

350.0

70.0

300.0

60.0

250.0

50.0

Full Range Valves


200.0

40.0

GT1 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C


LP Steam Temp (GT1) = 290.0 deg C
GT2 Exhaust Temp = 598.4 deg C
LP Steam Temp (GT2) = 296.0 deg C
GT1 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
Total LP Steam Flow (GT1) = 8.84 kg/s
LP Steam Flow to ST (GT1) = 8.47 kg/s
LP Steam Press (GT1) = 5.2 bara
GT2 Exhaust Flow = 630.90 kg/s
Total LP Steam Flow (GT2) =8.84 kg/s
LP Steam Press (GT2) = 5.2 bara
LP Steam Flow to ST (GT2) = 8.47 kg/s

150.0

100.0

50.0

30.0

20.0

10.0

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70.00

65.00

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0.0

0.00

0.0

Time (minutes)

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Temp (C)

LP Predicted Performance - 1x1x1 to 2x2x1 Transition

HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

HRSG Shut Down


Pressure Decay - HP
100
90

Percent of Full Range

80
70
60

Stack Damper Closed

50
40
30
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20
10
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25

30

35

40

Time, Hours

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

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HRSG Shut Down


Pressure Decay - IP
100
90

Percent of Full Range

80
70
60

Stack Damper Closed

50
40
30
Stack Damper Open
20
10
0
0

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

Time, Hours

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

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HRSG Shut Down


Pressure Decay - LP
100
90

Percent of Full Range

80
70
60

Stack Damper Closed

50
40
30
Stack Damper Open
20
10
0
0

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

Time, Hours

FOR INFORMATION ONLY

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SECTION 9

VALVE AND INSTRUMENT


LISTS

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ALSTOM POWER Inc.


Project Name: Nubaria Power Station I & II
Contract No.: 66008003

Rev Category Description


01 SAFETY AND SAFETY RELIEF VALVES
HP Drum SV 1
HP Drum SV 2
HP Stm Outlet SV
IP Drum SV 1
IP Drum SV 2
IP Econ SRV
IP FW Pilot Operated RV
IP Stm Outlet SV
RH Stm Inlet SV 1
RH Stm Inlet SV 2
RH Stm Outlet SV
LP Drum SV 1
LP Drum SV 2
LP Stm Outlet SV
Cond PRHTR SRV
Cond PRHTR Pilot Operated RV
Deaearatoring FW Heater Storage Tank SV -1
Deaearatoring FW Heater Storage Tank SV -2
02 NON-RETURN VALVES
HP Stm Outlet NRV w/bypass
IP Stm Outlet NRV w/bypass
LP Stm Outlet NRV w/bypass
IP Pegging NRV w/bypass
03 MOTOR OPERATED VALVES
HP Drum Con't Blowdown
HP Evap Intermittent Blow off
HP FW Stop
HP Stm Outlet Stop (w/MOV bypass)-Tandem
HP Stm Outlet Stop MOV bypass-Tandem
HP Stm Start up Vent Stop
HPSH1 Drain Isolation
HPSH2 Drain Isolation
HPSH3 Drain Isolation
IP Drum Con't Blowdown
IP Evap Intermittent Blow off
IP FW Stop
IP Stm Outlet Stop (w/MOV bypass)
IP Stm Outlet Stop MOV bypass
IP Stm Start up Vent Stop
IPSH Drain Isolation
RHTR1 Drain Isolation
RHTR2 Drain Isolation
LP Drum Con't Blowdown
LP Evap Intermittent Blow off
LP FW Stop
LP Stm Outlet Stop (w/MOV bypass)
LP Stm Outlet Stop MOV bypass
LP Stm Outlet Drain Isolation
Cond PRHTR Bypass Stop
Cond PRHTR FW Stop
LP Stm to DA Drain NG Cases (Before Check)
10
LP Stm to DA Drain Oil Cases (After CV)
IP Pegging Stm Drain (Before CV)
10
IP Pegging Stm Drain (After CV)
10
LP Stm to DA Drain NG Cases (After CV)
04 CONTROL VALVES (Pneumatic actuators) w/Position Transmitter
HP FW
HP DSH
IP FW
IP Stm Outlet PCV
RH DSH Spray
RH Stm Outlet Sky Vent
LP FW
LP Stm Outlet Sky Vent
IP Pegging Stm to DA
LP Pegging Stm to DA - Low Range NG cases
LP Pegging Stm to DA - High Range Oil cases
Cond PRHTR Outlet
Recirc Pump Discharge
Blowdown Tank Cooling Water
06 BLOWDOWN VALVES
HP Drum Con't. Blowdown Metering Valve
IP Drum Con't. Blowdown Metering Valve
LP Drum Con't. Blowdown Metering Valve
07 MANUAL BLOW-OFF VALVES
HP Evap Intermittent Blow off
IP Evap Intermittent Blow off
LP Intermittent Blow off
08 BLOCK VALVES
HP FW CV Bypass Isolation
HP FW CV Isolation
HP Stm Start up Vent Isolation
HP Evap Drain ISV
IP FW Globe
IP FW CV Bypass Isolation
IP FW CV Isolation
IP Pegging Stm Extraction to DA
IP Stm Start up Vent Isolation
IP Steam outlet CV Isolation
IP Evap Drain ISV
LP FW CV Bypass Isolation
LP FW CV Isolation
LP Pegging Stm Extraction to DA
LP Stm Sky Vent Isolation
LP Evap Drain ISV
RH Stm Sky Vent Isolation
Cond PRHTR Outlet CV Bypass Isolation
Cond PRHTR Outlet CV Inlet Isolation
Cond PRHTR Outlet Stop
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line CV Bypass Isolation
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line CV Inlet Isolation
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line CV Outlet Isolation
Cond PRHTR Recirc Pump Discharge Isol (w/lock)
Cond PRHTR Recirc Pump Suction Isol (w/lock)
LP Pegging steam low range isol
LP Pegging steam high range isol
IP Pegging steam isol
HP/IP BFP Min Recirc Isolation
HP/IP Feed Pump Suction
LP BFP Suction Isolation
Blowdown Tank Drain
Blowdown Tank Cooling Water CV isolation
Blowdown Tank Cooling Water CV bypass
Instrument Air Conn for Air Tools
Stack Drain (SS)

File Name: 08003-10.01-10.xls

Item No.: 10.01


Rev. No.:10
Date: 07/29/05
Doc. Type: E

VALVE LIST

Owner
System
Locator
Code

Alstom
System
Locator
Code

Tag Number

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

V-264
V-265
V-355
V-564
V-565
V-432
V-440
V-602
V-751
V-752
V-780
V-889
V-890
V-917
V-028
V-030
V-018D
V-062D

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1*
1*

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA

V-356
V-607
V-920
V-623

1
1
1
1

4
4
4
4

350
200
400
150

160/31.25
40/7.16
40/11.12
40/6.22

335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

BM
BM
AE
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM
BM
AE
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM
BM
AE
AA
AA
AA
AD
AD
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

HV-181
HV-180
HV-102
HV-001
HV-001A
HV-342
HV-284
HV-282
HV-280
HV-482
HV-480
HV-400
HV-604
HV-604A
HV-600
HV-580
HV-765
HV-760
HV-827
HV-825
HV-800
HV-919
HV-919A
HV-948, HV-949
HV-003
HV-002
HV-072D
HV-004D
HV-008D
HV-010D
HV-013D

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1*
1*
1*
1*
1*

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
4
4
2
2
2
2
2

40
40
200
350
25
50
50
50
50
40
40
80
200
25
50
50
50
50
40
40
80
400
25
25
150
200
25
25
25
25
25

160/6.25
160/6.25
160/20.14
140/27.78
160/5.56
160/7.65
160/7.65
160/7.65
160/7.65
80/4.45
80/4.45
80/6.68
40/7.16
80/3.99
80/4.85
80/4.85
80/4.85
80/4.85
80/4.45
80/4.45
80/6.68
40/11.12
80/3.99
80/3.99
40/6.23
40/7.16
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99

AE
AE
AE
AA
AE
AA
AE
AA
AB
AB
AB
AD
AD
BM

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM

LV-100
TV-301
LV-430
PV-601
TV-701
FV-780
LV-801
FV-915
PV-003D
PV-002D
PV-001D
LV-064
TV-040
TV-001B

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1*
1*
1*
1
1
1

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
4
4
4

200
50
80
200
50
300
80
250
200
200
500
200
100
50

AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA

HV-182
HV-484
HV-829

1
1
1

4
4
4

AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA

V-180
V-480
V-825

1
1
1

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM
BM
BM
AA
BA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM
BM
BM
AA
BA

V-108
V-105, V-109
V-354
V-181, V-182
V-426
V-438
V-435, V-439
V-624
V-603
V-644
V-481, V-482
V-819
V-816, V-820
V-001D
V-918
V-826, V-827
V-783
V-078
V-075, V-079
V-029
V-060
V-057
V-061
V-053
V-049
V-005D
V-006D
V-014D
V-031D, V-032D, V-033D
PV-056
V-034D
V-006B
V-014B, V-015B
V-007B
V-008B
V-007G

1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1*
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3*
1*
1*
1
2
1
1
1

Downstr
Pipe Matl

Nom
Valve
Size
(mm)

Design Pressure (barg)

Design
Temp
(C)

Valve Type

Valve End
Conn

Catalog(
Y/N)

Vendor/Manuf

Manuf Drawing

Model Number

ANSI Class

Valve Body
Matl

Notes/SV Set
Pressure (barg)

Datasheet/Ref Number

P&ID Drawing

WBS

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

3M6
3M6
2.5 K2 6
2.5 K 4
3L4
1.5 G 2.5
1.5 FB 2
2J4
6R8
6R8
4 P2 6
4P6
4P6
3L4
6Q8
3K4
4P6
6Q8

150
150
150
31.5
31.5
88.9
88.9
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
26
26
8.5
8.5

343
343
579
238
238
238
238
341
374
374
578
178
178
314
178
178
178
178

SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV

FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
BW/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG
FLG/FLG

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby
Crosby

U81232-2,3 100-1151
U81232-2,3 100-1151
U81232-4 101-1572B
U81232-8 115-1316
U81232-9 115-1331
U81232-16 104-1050
U81232-18 11-1928
U81232-10 115-1274
U81232-5,6 101-1396B
U81232-5,6 101-1396B
U81232-7 101-1457B
U81232-11,12 115-1123A
U81232-11,12 115-1144
U81232-15 115-1276
U81232-13 104-777
U81232-19 11-1928
U81232-17 106-2259
U81232-14 106-2263

3 M 6 HE-86
3 M 6 HE-86
2.5 K2 6 HCI-99W
2.5 K 4 HSJ-36
3 L 4 HSJ-36
1.5 G 2.5 HSJ-66-E
1.5 FB 2 506614-152/S1
2 J 4 HSJ-36
6 R 8 HCI-36
6 R 8 HCI-36
4 P2 6 HCI-69
4 P 6 HSJ-16
4 P 6 HSJ-16
3 L 4 HSJ-16
6 Q 8 HSJ-36-E
3 K 4 506605K34/SI
4 P 6 JBS-16-D
6 Q 8 JBS-15-D

2500X300
2500X300
BWX300
300X150
300X150
1500X300
900X300
300X150
300X300
300X300
1500X300
150X150
150X150
150X150
300X150
150X150
150X150
150X150

SA216-WCC
SA216-WCC
SA217-WC9
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCC
SA216-WCC
SA217-WC9
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB
SA216-WCB

150
154.5
138.5
31.5
32.5
88.9
87.5
29.7
31.5
32.5
27.6
8.5
8.7
7.6
26
24.6
8.5
8.9

08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03
08003-10.03

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016

19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000
19447000

350
200
400
200

160/31.25
40/7.16
40/11.12
40/6.22

335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

300
200
400
200

150
31.5
8.5
31.5

579
374
314
341

Stop-Check
Stop-Check
Stop-Check
Stop-Check

BW
BW
BW
BW

N
N
N
N

HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves

S04+0264+01
S04+0264+02
S04+0264+03
S04+0264+04

H13.2.2.49.1.3.1
251.1/2.XU
243.1/2.XU
251.1/2.XU-S

2500
300
150
300

SA217-C12A
A216WCB
A216WCB
A216WCB

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-10.06
08003-10.06
08003-10.06
08003-10.06

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013

19443000
19443000
19443000
19443000

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
40
200
350
25
80
50
50
50
40
40
80
200
25
80
50
50
50
40
40
80
400
25
25
150
200
25
25
25
25
25

160/6.25
160/6.25
160/20.14
140/27.78
160/5.56
160/9.74
160/7.65
160/7.65
160/7.65
80/4.45
80/4.45
80/6.68
40/7.16
80/4.0
80/6.67
80/4.85
80/4.85
80/4.85
80/4.45
80/4.45
80/6.68
40/11.12
80/4.0
80/3.99
40/6.23
40/7.16
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-160C
SA-106C
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
40
200
350
25
50x80
50
50
50
40
40
80
200
25
50x80
50
50
50
40
40
80
400
25
25
150
200
25
25
25
25
25

152.4
168
225
150
150
150
150
150
150
33.9
41.8
88.9
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
10.9
13
40
8.5
8.5
8.5
26
26
8.5
8.5
31.5
31.5
8.5

343
343
343
579
579
579
533
543
343
238
238
238
374
374
341
238
497
497
178
178
178
314
314
314
178
178
314
314
341
341
314

Globe
Angle/Y-Globe
Gate
Gate
Y-Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Angle/Y-Globe
Gate
Gate
Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Angle/Y-Globe
Gate
Gate
Y-Globe
Globe
Gate
Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
BW
BW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
BW
BW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
BW
BW
SW
SW
BW
BW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves

S04+0263+06
S04+0263+07
S04+0263+08
S04+0263+01
S04+0263+01BP
S04+0263+02
S04+0263+03
S04+0263+04
S04+0263+05
S04+0263+12
S04+0263+13
S04+0263+14
S04+0263+09
S04+0263+09BP
S04+0263+10
S04+0263+11
S04+0263+15
S04+0263+16
S04+0263+18
S04+0263+19
S04+0263+20
S04+0263+17
S04+0263+17BP
S04+0263+23
S04+0263+21
S04+0263+22
S04+0263+23
S04+0263+23
S04+0263+23
S04+0263+23
S04+0263+23

H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
H02.3.2.01.1.3.2
797.1/2.UF
779.1/2.UF
H02.1.2.49.1.3.2
H02.1.2.49.1.3.2
H02.1.2.49.1.3.2
H02.1.2.49.1.3.2
H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
H02.3.2.01.1.3.2
793.1/2.UF
43.1/2.XUF
H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
H02.1.2.22.1.3.2
H02.1.2.22.1.3.2
H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
H02.3.2.01.1.3.2
43.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
H02.1.2.01.1.3.2
43.1/2.XUF
43.1/2.XUF
21A01A3CBA06J
21A01A3CBA06J
21A01A3CBA06J
21A01A3CBA06J
21A01A3CBA06J

2500
2500
1500
1690SP
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
900
300
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
300
150
2500
2500
300
300
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700

SA105N
SA105N
A216-WCB
A217-C12A
SA182-F91
SA182-F91
SA182-F91
SA182-F91
SA105N
SA105N
SA105N
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
SA105N
SA105N
SA105N
SA182-F22
SA182-F22
SA105N
SA105N
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
SA105N
SA105N
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
SA105N
SA105N
SA105N
SA105N
SA105N

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07
08003-10.07

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016

19445002
19446002
19441002
19441002
19441002
19449002
19449002
19449002
19449002
19445002
19446002
19441002
19441002
19441002
19449002
19449002
19449002
19449002
19445002
19446002
19441002
19441002
19441002
19449002
19441002
19441002
19441002
19441002
19441002
19441002
19441002

160/20.14
160/7.65
80/6.68
40/7.16
80/4.85
80/13.20
80/6.67
40/8.10
40/7.16
40/7.15
40/13.21
40/7.16
40/5.27
80/4.85

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

200
50
80
200
50
350
80
350
350
250
500
200
100
50

160/20.14
160/7.65
80/6.68
40/7.16
80/4.85
80/16.66
80/6.67
40/9.73
40/9.73
40/8.11
40/13.21
40/7.16
40/5.27
80/4.85

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

150
50
80
200
50
300
80
250
150
200
500
150
100
50

225
225
88.9
31.5
88.9
31.5
40
8.5
31.5
8.5
8.5
26
33.5
3.5

180
180
238
374
180
578
180
314
341
314
314
178
178
150

Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

BW
SW
BW
BW
SW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
SW

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Copes-Vulcan
Sterling

SK-B-10-100362-A
SK-A-10-100653-A
SK-C-10-100362-A
SK-D-10-100362-A
SK-B-10-100653-A
SK-C-10-100362-A
SK-E-10-100362-A
SK-L-10-100362-A
SK-J-10-100362-A
SK-H-10-100362-A
SK-I-10-100362-A
SK-F-10-100362-A
SK-G-10-100362-A
Jordan Valves

SD6
SD2
GS3
GS8
GS2
SD12
GS3
SD10
GS6
GS8
Dezzurick
GS6
GS4
Mark 801/802

2500
2500
600
300
600
939 interm.
300
150
300
150
300
300
300
300

A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB
A-217 WC6
A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB
A-217 WC9
A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB
A-216 WCB

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09
08003-10.09

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0017

19444004
19444004
19444004
19444004
19444004
19030170
19444004
19030170
19444004
19444004
19444004
19444004
19444004
19444004

40
40
40

160/6.25
80/4.45
80/4.45

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
40
40

160/6.25
80/4.45
80/4.45

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
40
40

152.4
33.9
10.9

343
238
178

MV Angle
MV Angle
MV Angle

SW
SW
SW

N
N
N

HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves

04-90756-01
04-90756-01
04-90756-01

D35225-3
D35225-3
D35225-3

1925
1925
1925

A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-10.11
08003-10.11
08003-10.11

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014

19445000
19445000
19445000

4
4
4

40
40
40

160/6.25
80/4.45
80/4.45

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
40
40

160/6.25
80/4.45
80/4.45

SA-160C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
40
40

168
41.8
13

343
238
178

Angle
Angle
Angle

SW
SW
SW

N
N
N

HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves

S04+0262+01
S04+0262+02
S04+0262+03

H02.3.0.01.1.3.2
H02.3.0.01.1.3.2
H02.3.0.01.1.3.2

2500
2500
2500

SA105N
SA105N
SA105N

N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-10.12
08003-10.12
08003-10.12

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014

19446000
19446000
19446000

4
8
4
8
4
4
8
4
4
4
8
4
8
2
4
8
4
4
8
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
6
2
2
4
8
4
4
4

150
200
50
80
80
65
80
150
50
200
80
65
80
500
250
80
250
150
200
200
100
100
100
100
150
250
500
350
100
450
150
80
100
50
50
80

106/15.98
160/20.14
160/7.65
160/9.74
80/6.68
80/6.15
80/6.68
40/6.22
80/4.85
40/7.16
80/6.67
80/6.15
80/6.67
40/13.21
40/8.10
80/6.67
80/13.20
40/6.22
40/7.16
40/7.16
40/5.27
40/5.27
40/5.27
40/5.27
40/6.23
40/8.11
40/13.21
40/9.74
160/11.80
STD/8.34
40/6.22
80/6.68
40/5.27
80/4.85
80/4.85
80/6.68

SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

150
200
50
80
80
80
80
150
50
200
80
65
80
500
250
80
250
150
200
200
100
100
100
100
150
250
500
350
100
450
150
80
100
50
50
80

106/15.98
160/20.14
160/7.65
160/9.74
80/6.68
80/6.15
80/6.68
40/6.22
80/4.85
40/7.16
80/6.67
80/6.15
80/6.67
40/13.21
40/8.10
80/6.67
80/13.20
40/6.22
40/7.16
40/7.16
40/5.27
40/5.27
40/5.27
40/5.27
40/6.23
40/8.11
40/13.21
40/9.74
160/11.80
STD/8.34
40/6.22
80/6.68
40/5.27
80/4.85
80/4.85
80/6.68

SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

150
200
50
80
80
80
80
150
50
200
80
65
80
500
250
80
250
150
200
200
100
100
100
100
150
250
500
300
100
450
150
80
100
80
50
80

225
225
150
165.5
88.9
88.9
88.9
31.5
31.5
31.5
33.9
40
40
8.5
8.5
10.9
31.5
26
26
26
33.5
33.5
33.5
33.5
26
8.5
8.5
31.5
225
8.5
8.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
10
20"" WG (50 mbar)

180
180
579
343
180
238
238
341
341
374
238
180
180
314
314
178
578
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
314
314
341
178
178
178
150
150
150
50
177

Y-Globe
Gate
Gate
Globe
Globe
Y-Globe
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Globe
Y-Globe
Gate
Gate
Globe
Globe
Gate
Y-Globe
Gate
Gate
Y-Globe
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Gate
Globe
Gate

BW
BW
SW
SW
BW
BW
BW
BW
SW
SW
SW
SW
BW
BW
BW
SW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW
SW
SW
BW
FLG

N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
N
N

HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves
HP Valves

S04+0261+02
S04+0261+01
S04+0261+03
S04+0261+30
S04+0261+36
S04+0261+05
S04+0261+04
S04+0261+07
S04+0261+06
S04+0261+39
S04+0261+31
S04+0261+10
S04+0261+09
S04+0261+19
S04+0261+09
S04+0261+32
S04+0261+08
S04+0261+18
S04+0261+17
S04+0261+16
S04+0261+15
S04+0261+14
S04+0261+14
S04+0261+13
S04+0261+12
S04+0261+27
S04+0261+28
S04+0261+29
S04+0261+23
S04+0261+21
S04+0261+22
S04+0261+24
S04+0261+37
S04+0261+38
S04+0261+25
S04+0261+26

790.1/2.UF
797.1/2.UF
H06.6.0.49.1.3.2
F02.2.2.01.1.3.1
271.1/2.XU-Y
E02.2.0.01.1.3.1
793.1/2.UF
43.1/2.XUF
H06.6.0.01.1.3.2
43.1/2.XUF
251.1/2.XU
B02.2.0.01.1.3.1
43.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
243.1/2.XU
797.1/2.UF
251.1/2.XU
43.1/2.XUF
43.1/2.XUF
251.1/2.XU
43.1/2.XUF
43.1/2.XUF
43.1/2.XUF
43.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
799.1/2.UF
57.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
57.1/2.XUF
B02.2.0.01.1.3.1
B.A.1.8.1
57.XUF

2500
1500
2500
1500
600
900
900
300
2500
300
300
300
300
150
150
150
1500
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
150
150
150
2500
150
150
150
150
300
800
150

A216-WCB
A216-WCB
SA182-F91
SA105N
A216 WCB
SA105N
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
SA105N
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
SA105N
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WC6
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
SA105N
SA105
A216-WCB

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13
08003-10.13

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0015

19441000
19441000
19030170
19449000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19030170
19030170
19449000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19030170
19449000
19030170
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000

Qty
Total for Upstr Pipe
Upstr
Qty contract NPS (mm) SCH/MWT

Upstr Pipe
Matl

Downstr
Pipe NPS Downstr
(mm)
SCH/MWT

By: FJS Chk'd: RGK

REMARKS

note 1
integrated bypass

FC
FC
FC
FO
FC
FC
FC
FC
FC
FC
FC
FC
FO
FC

note 1

Page 1 of 4

ALSTOM POWER Inc.


Project Name: Nubaria Power Station I & II
Contract No.: 66008003

Rev Category Description


09 CHECK VALVES
HP DSH Spray Check
HP FW Check
IP FW Check
RH DSH Spray Check
LP FW Check
LP Pegging Stm to DA - Low Range, NG cases
LP Pegging Stm to DA - High Range, Oil cases
Cond PRHTR FW Check
Recirc Pump Discharge
11 ERV
HP Stm Outlet ERV
HP Stm Outlet ERV Isolation
IP Stm Outlet ERV
IP Stm Outlet ERV Isolation
RH Stm Outlet ERV
RH Stm Outlet ERV Isolation
LP Stm Outlet ERV
LP Stm Outlet ERV Isolation
12 TRIM VALVES (2 NPS & SMALLER)
HP Drum CB Sample ISV
HP Drum Chem Feed Check (SS trim)
HP Drum Chem Feed ISV (SS trim)
HP Drum Level Gauge Drain

10

Owner
System
Locator
Code

Alstom
System
Locator
Code

Tag Number

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

V-318
V-112
V-416
V-718
V-821
V-011D
V-002D
V-019
V-063

1
1
1
1
1
1*
1*
1
1

4
4
4
4
4
2
2
4
4

50
200
80
50
80
150
500
200
100

160/7.65
160/20.14
80/6.68
80/4.85
80/6.68
40/6.22
40/13.21
40/7.16
40/5.27

335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

50
200
80
50
80
200
500
200
100

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

HV-340
V-351
HV-602
V-606
HV-782
V-784
HV-917
V-919

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

65
65
25
25
100
100
50
50

160/8.34
160/8.34
40/2.96
40/2.96
80/7.49
80/7.49
40/3.43
40/3.43

335-P91
335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C

AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA

V-183, V-184
V-260
V-261, V-273
V-219, V-220, V-241, V-242
V-206, V-207, V-221, V-222, V-228, V-229, V-243, V244
V-208, V-209, V-223, V-224, V-230, V-231, V-245, V246
V-211, V-212, V-226, V-227, V-233, V-234, V-248, V249
V-262
V-263, V-276
V-282, V-283
V-280, V-281
V-269, V-278
V-268, V-277
V-266, V-267
V-271, V-272, V-274, V-275
V-204, V-205
V-200, V-201, V-202, V-203
V-213, V-214, V-215, V-216, V-235, V-236, V-237, V238
V-314
V-313, V-317
V-315, V-316
V-311, V-312
V-319, V-320, V-321, V-322
V-324, V-325

2
1
2
4

8
4
8
16

20
25
25
20

80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43

32

40

32

40

8
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
4

32
4
8
8
8
8
8
8
16
8
16

8
1
2
2
2
4
2

V-300, V-301, V-303, V-304


V-305, V-306
V-326, V-327
V-328, V-329
V-330, V-331
V-140, V-145, V-146, V-154, V-155, V-157, V-158, V159
V-147, V-156, V-160
V-169, V-170
V-167, V-168
V-141, V-142, V-143, V-144
V-148, V-149, V-150, V-151
V-152, V-153
V-161, V-162, V-163, V-164, V-165, V-166
V-106, V-107
V-133, V-134
V-124, V-125
V-110, V-111
V-128, V-129, V-130, V-131
V-100, V-101, V-102, V-103
V-115, V-116
V-113, V-114
V-118, V-119
V-121, V-122
V-126, V-127
V-357, V-358
V-359, V-360, V-361, V-362, V-364, V-365, V-366, V367
V-348, V-349
V-352, V-353
V-342, V-343, V-345, V-346
V-370, V-371
V-338, V-339
V-285, V-286
V-289, V-290
V-288
V-287
V-284
V-483, V-484
V-560
V-561
V-519, V-520, V-541, V-542
V-506, V-507, V-521, V-522, V-528, V-529, V-543, V544
V-508, V-509, V-523, V-524, V-530, V-531, V-545, V546
V-511, V-512, V-526, V-527, V-533, V-534, V-548, V549
V-562
V-563
V-582, V-583
V-580, V-581
V-569, V-578
V-568, V-577
V-566, V-567
V-571, V-572, V-574, V-575
V-504, V-505
V-500, V-501, V-502, V-503
V-513, V-514, V-515, V-516, V-535, V-536, V-537, V538
V-430, V-431
V-433, V-434
V-436, V-437
V-419, V-420
V-411, V-412, V-414, V-415
V-421, V-422, V-424, V-425
V-400, V-401
V-409, V-410
V-403, V-404
V-406, V-407
V-417, V-418

HP Drum LT upper

AA

AA

HP Drum LT lower

AA

AA

HP Drum LT Vent
HP Drum Nitrogen Feed Check
HP Drum Nitrogen Feed
HP Sat Steam Sample (SS trim)
HP Drum Outlet Vent
HP Drum Press Gauge Isol
HP Drum Press gauge isol (w/lock)
HP Drum Press Port isol
HP Drum Press Transmitter isol
HP Drum RWLI Drain
HP Drum RWLI (w/lock)

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

HP Drum TB (w/lock)
HP DSH CV Bypass
HP DSH CV Isolation
HP DSH Spray CV Drain
HP DSH Spray Drain
HP DSH Spray Strainer
HP DSH Spray Strainer Drain

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

HP DSH Spray FIT


HP DSH Spray PIT
HP DSH Spray Drain after check valve
HP DSH Spray Drain before check valve
HP DSH Spray PI

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

HP Econ Drain
HP Econ Drain Combined
HP Econ Outlet Press Port isol
HP Econ Outlet Vent
HP Econ 4 Vent
HP Econ 3 Vent
HP Econ 2 Vent

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

HP Econ 1 Vent
HP FW CV Drain
HP FW CV Bypass Drain
HP FW Drain (dwnstm of check vlv)
HP FW Drain (upstrm of check vlv)
HP FW FIT
HP FW FIT
HP FW PI
HP FW PP
HP FW PIT
HP FW PIT
HP FW Sample
HP Stm Outlet Free-Blow Drain

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

HP Stm Outlet FIT


HP Stm Outlet PI
HP Stm Outlet PP
HP Stm Outlet PIT
HP Stm Outlet PIT
HP Stm Outlet Press Sensing Line Isolation
HPSH Vent
HP Desup Outlet Vent
HPSH1 Drain
HPSH2 Drain
HPSH3 Drain
IP Drum CB Sample
IP Drum Chem Feed Check (SS trim)
IP Drum Chem Feed (SS tRIM)
IP Drum LI Drain

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

IP Drum LT upper

AA

AA

IP Drum LT lower

AA

AA

IP Drum LT Vent
IP Drum Nitrogen Check
IP Drum Nitrogen Isolation
IP Drum Outlet Sample (SS)
IP Drum Outlet Vent
IP Drum PI
IP Drum PI (w/lock)
IP Drum PP
IP Drum PIT
IP Drum RWLI Drain
IP Drum RWLI (w/lock)

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

IP Drum TB (w/lock)
IP Econ Outlet PP
IP Econ Outlet Vent
IP FW CV Drain
IP FW Drain
IP FW FIT
IP FW FIT
IP FW PI
IP FW PP
IP FW PIT
IP FW PIT
IP FW Sample

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

File Name: 08003-10.01-10.xls

Item No.: 10.01


Rev. No.:10
Date: 07/29/05
Doc. Type: E

VALVE LIST

Downstr
Pipe Matl

Nom
Valve
Size
(mm)

Design Pressure (barg)

Design
Temp
(C)

Valve Type

Valve End
Conn

Catalog(
Y/N)

Vendor/Manuf

Manuf Drawing

Model Number

ANSI Class

Valve Body
Matl

Notes/SV Set
Pressure (barg)

Datasheet/Ref Number

P&ID Drawing

WBS

160/7.65
160/20.14
80/6.68
80/4.85
80/6.68
40/7.15
40/13.21
40/7.16
40/5.27

335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

50
200
80
50
80
150x200
500
200
100

150
225
88.9
31.5
40
8.5
8.5
26
33.5

543
343
238
497
180
314
314
178
178

Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check

SW
BW
BW
SW
BW
BW
BW
BW
BW

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S04+0315+05
S04+0315+01
S04+0315+02
S04+0315+06
S04+0315+03
S04+0315+08
S04+0315+09
S04+0315+04
S04+0315+07

J04.1.0.22.4.0.2
700.1/2.U
275.1/2.XU
H04.1.0.22.4.0.2
259.1/2.XU
247.1/2.XU-TD
247.1/2.XU
259.1/2.XU
259.1/2.XU

2700
2500
600
2500
300
150
150
300
300

SA182-F22
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
SA182-F22
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A216-WCB

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-10.15
08003-10.15
08003-10.15
08003-10.15
08003-10.15
08003-10.15
08003-10.15
08003-10.15
08003-10.15

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016

19442000
19442000
19442000
19442000
19442000
19442000
19442000
19442000
19442000

100
65
40
25
200
100
80
50

160/11.8
160/8.34
40/3.22
40/2.96
80/11.12
80/7.49
40/4.80
40/3.43

335-P91
335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C

65X100
65
25X40
25
100X200
100
50X80
50

150
150
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
8.5
8.5

579
579
341
341
578
578
314
314

Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball

BW/FLG
BW/BW
BW/FLG
BW/BW
BW/FLG
BW/BW
BW/FLG
BW/BW

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

ValveTechnologies
ValveTechnologies
ValveTechnologies
ValveTechnologies
ValveTechnologies
ValveTechnologies
ValveTechnologies
ValveTechnologies

040737-1
040737-1-ISO
040737-2
040737-2-ISO
040737-3
040737-3-ISO
040737-4
040737-4-ISO

E09114N7BWRA8E1
B091-14-ISO-BW
E5C411N3BWR55E1
B5C4-11-ISO-BW
E8L130NABWRD6E1
B8L1-30-ISO-BW
E3C621N6BWR83E1
B3C6-21-ISO-BW

2500X1500
3100
300
300
1500X600
1500
150
150

A182-F91
A182-F91
A216-WCB
A216-WCB
A182-F22
A182-F22
A216-WCB
A216-WCB

134.6
N/A
28.4
N/A
25.7
N/A
6.2
N/A

08003-10.04
08003-10.04
08003-10.04
08003-10.04
08003-10.04
08003-10.04
08003-10.04
08003-10.04

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014

19447204
19447200
19447204
19447100
19447204
19447200
19447204
19447200

SA-106C
TP304H
TP304H
SA-106C

20
25
25
20

80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43

SA-106C
TP304H
TP304H
SA-106C

20
25
25
20

152.4
152.4
152.4
150

343
343
343
343

Globe
Check
Gate
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+13
S04+0592+04
S04+0592+31
S03+0811+13

11A01A3CBA05J
46A31C0CAA06J
66A16C3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA05J

900/2700
2700
2700
900/2700

A105N
F316L
F316L
A105N

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

M10A00E.pdf
M40A00E.pdf
M66A04E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

160/6.25

SA-106C

40

160/6.25

SA-106C

40

150

343

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+23

66A01A3CBA08J

900/2700

A105N

N/A

M66A08E.pdf

08003-1D0012

19449000

160/6.25

SA-106C

40

160/6.25

SA-106C

40

150

343

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+23

66A01A3CBA08J

900/2700

A105N

N/A

M66A08E.pdf

08003-1D0012

19449000

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/6.25

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/6.25

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

150
152.4
152.4
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150

343
343
343
343
343
343
343
343
343
343
343

Globe
Check
Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Gate

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+13
S03+0811+04
S03+0811+22
S04+0592+16
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+23

11A01A3CBA05J
41A01S0CAA06J
66A01A3CBA06J
J01.6.0.16.2.3.2
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11D01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA05J
66D01A3CBA08J

900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700

A105N
A105N
A105N
F316L
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

M10A00E.pdf
M40A00E.pdf
M66A04E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M66A08E.pdf

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

32
4
8
8
8
16
8

40
40
50
25
25
20
25

160/6.25
160/6.25
160/7.65
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/5.56

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
40
50
25
25
20
25

160/6.25
160/6.25
160/7.65
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/5.56

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
40
50
25
25
20
25

150
225
225
225
225
225
225

343
180
180
180
180
180
180

Gate
Y-Globe
Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+23
S04+0592+38
S03+0811+23
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13

66D01A3CBA08J
12A01A3CBA08J
66A01A3CBA10J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA05J
11A01A3CBA06J

900/2700
2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700

A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

M66A08E.pdf
HP Valves
M66A08E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012

19449000
19441000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

4
2
2
2
2

16
8
8
8
8

20
25
25
25
25

80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56

SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
25
25

80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56

SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
25
25

225
225
150
150
150

180
180
543
180
180

Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+15
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13

11A01A3CBA05J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A22A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J

900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700

A105N
A105N
F22
A105N
A105N

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

8
3
2
2
4
4
2

32
12
8
8
16
16
8

25
50
25
25
25
25
25

160/5.56
160/7.65
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

25
50
25
25
25
25
25

160/5.56
160/7.65
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

25
50
25
25
25
25
25

156.9
156.9
156.9
156.9
156.9
156.9
156.9

343
343
343
343
343
343
343

Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+13
S03+0811+14
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13

11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA10J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J

900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700

A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

6
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2

24
8
8
8
8
16
16
8
8
8
8
8
8

25
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
20
25

160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/5.56

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P91

25
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
20
25

160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/5.56

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P91

25
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
20
25

156.9
225
225
165.5
225
225
225
165.5
165.5
225
165.5
165.5
150

343
180
180
343
180
180
180
343
343
180
343
343
579

Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+13
S03+0811+17a

11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA05J
11A01A3CBA05J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA06J
11A01A3CBA05J
12A49A3CBA06J

900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700

A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
A105N
F91

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

8
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
4

32
8
8
16
8
8
8
8
4
4
4
8
4
4
16

20
25
25
25
25
20
25
25
50
50
50
20
25
25
20

160/4.88
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/7.65
160/7.65
160/7.65
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43

335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P22
335-P22
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
TP304H
SA-106C

20
25
25
25
25
20
25
25
50
50
50
20
25
25
20

160/4.88
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/3.43
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/7.65
160/7.65
160/7.65
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43

335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
335-P22
335-P22
335-P91
335-P91
335-P91
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
TP304H
SA-106C

20
25
25
25
25
20
25
25
50
50
50
20
25
25
20

150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
33.9
33.9
33.9
31.5

579
579
579
579
579
579
440
440
533
543
343
238
238
238
238

Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Check
Gate
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+32
S03+0811+17
S03+0811+17
S03+0811+17
S03+0811+17a
S03+0811+17
S03+0811+15
S03+0811+17a
S03+0811+18
S03+0811+18
S03+0811+14
S03+0811+10
S04+0592+02
S04+0592+29
S03+0811+10

66A49A3CBA05J
11A49A3CBA06J
11A49A3CBA06J
11A49A3CBA06J
12A49A3CBA06J
11A49A3CBA05J
11A22A3CBA06J
12A49A3CBA06J
11A49A3CBA10J
11A49A3CBA10J
11A01A3CBA10J
17I01G3CB/05C
47I31C0CD/06C
67I31C3CD/06C
17I01G3CB/05C

900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
2700
900/2700
2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
800
800
800
800

F91
F91
F91
F91
F91
F91
F22
F91
F91
F91
A105N
A105
F316L
F316L
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

M66A04E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
M10A00E.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

32

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

31.5

238

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+21

67I01G3CB/08C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0013

19449000

32

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

31.5

238

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+21

67I01G3CB/08C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0013

19449000

8
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
4

32
4
4
8
8
8
8
8
16
8
16

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

80/3.42
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/4.45

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

80/3.42
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/4.45

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

31.5
33.9
33.9
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5

238
238
238
238
238
238
238
238
238
238
238

Globe
Check
Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Gate

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+10
S03+0811+03
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+12
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+21

17I01G3CB/05C
47I01U0CB/06C
67I01G3CB/06C
17I31C3CD/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17D01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
67D01G3CB/08C

800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
F316L
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

8
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
2
2

32
8
8
8
8
16
16
8
8
8
8
8

40
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
20

80/4.45
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
20

80/4.45
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
20

31.5
39.4
39.4
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9

238
238
238
238
238
180
180
180
180
180
238
238

Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+21
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10

67D01G3CB/08C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C

800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

Qty
Total for Upstr Pipe
Upstr
Qty contract NPS (mm) SCH/MWT

Upstr Pipe
Matl

Downstr
Pipe NPS Downstr
(mm)
SCH/MWT

By: FJS Chk'd: RGK

REMARKS

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FC
FC
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ALSTOM POWER Inc.


Project Name: Nubaria Power Station I & II
Contract No.: 66008003

Rev Category Description


IP Pegging Stm Drain
IP Pegging Stm Vent
IP Stm Outlet Drain (Before NRV)
IP Stm Outlet Drain (After NRV)
IP Stm Outlet Free-Blow Drain

10
10
10

Owner
System
Locator
Code
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

Alstom
System
Locator
Code
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

LP Drum LT upper

AA

AA

LP Drum LT lower

AA

AA

LP Drum LT Vent
LP Drum Nitrogen Check
LP Drum Nitrogen
LP Sat Steam Sample (SS)
LP Drum Outlet Vent
LP Drum PI
LP Drum PI (w/lock)
LP Drum PP
LP Drum PIT
LP Drum RWLI Drain
LP Drum RWLI (w/lock)

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

LP Drum TB (w/lock)
LP FW Inlet Vent
LP FW Inlet Drain
LP FW Sample
LP FW CV Drain
LP FW FIT
LP FW FIT
LP FW PI
LP FW PP
LP FW PIT
LP Stm Outlet Free-Blow Drain
LP Stm Outlet Drain

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

LP Stm Outlet FIT


LP Stm Outlet PI
LP Stm Outlet PP
LP Stm Outlet PIT
LP Stm Outlet Press Sensing Line Isolation
RH DSH Spray CV Drain
RH DSH Spray Drain

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

Tag Number
V-639, V-640
V-641, V-642
V-604, V-605
V-635, V-636
V-608, V-609
V-625, V-626, V-628, V-629, V-630, V-631, V-633, V634
V-618, V-619
V-610, V-611
V-612, V-613, V-615, V-616
V-637, V-638
V-584
V-600, V-601
V-828, V-829
V-885
V-886
V-854, V-855, V-876, V-877
V-841, V-842, V-856, V-857, V-863, V-864, V-878, V879
V-843, V-844, V-858, V-859, V-865, V-866, V-880, V881
V-846, V-847, V-861, V-862, V-868, V-869, V-883, V884
V-887
V-888
V-908, V-909
V-906, V-907
V-894, V-911
V-893, V-910
V-891, V-892
V-896, V-897, V-899, V-900
V-839, V-840
V-835, V-836, V-837, V-838
V-848, V-849, V-850, V-851, V-870, V-871, V-872, V873
V-901, V-902
V-903, V-904
V-822, V-823
V-817, V-818
V-811, V-812, V-814, V-815
V-830, V-831, V-833, V-834
V-800, V-801
V-809, V-810
V-803, V-804, V-806, V-807
V-921, V-922
V-948, V-949
V-936, V-937, V-939, V-940, V-941, V-942, V-944, V945
V-925, V-926
V-923, V-924
V-928, V-929, V-931, V-932, V-951, V-952
V-915, V-916
V-715, V-716
V-711, V-712

RH DSH Spray FIT Isolation


RH DSH Spray Strainer ISV
RH DSH Spray PIT ISV
RH DSH Spray PI ISV
RH DSH CV Bypass
RH DSH CV Isolation
RH DSH Strainer Drain
RH DSH Drain downstream of check valve
RH Stm Inlet PI
RH Stm Inlet PP
RH Stm Inlet PIT
RH Desup Outlet Vent
RH Stm Outlet PI
RH Stm Outlet PP
RH Stm Outlet PIT
RHTR1 Drain
RHTR2 Drain
RH Stm Outlet Press Sensing Line Isolation
IP Pegging Stm Drain (After CV)
IP Pegging Stm Drain (Before CV)
LP Stm to DA Drain NG Cases (After CV)
LP Stm to DA Drain NG Cases (Before Check)
LP Stm to DA Drain Oil Cases (After CV)
Cond PRHTR FW PI
Cond PRHTR FW PP
Cond PRHTR Drain
Cond PRHTR FIT
Cond PRHTR FIT
Cond PRHTR FW Drain (Before Check)
Cond PRHTR FW Drain (After Check)
Cond PRHTR FW PIT
Cond PRHTR FW Sample
Cond PRHTR Outlet CV Drain
Cond PRHTR Outlet PI
Cond PRHTR Outlet PP
Cond PRHTR Outlet PIT
Cond PRHTR Outlet Vent
Cond PRHTR Outlet Drain
Cond PRHTR Outlet Vent
Cond PRHTR Outlet Vent
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line CV Drain
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line Drain
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line DPI
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line PP
Cond PRHTR Recirc Min Flow Line (w/lock)
Cond PRHTR Recirc Pump Discharge PI
Cond PRHTR Recirc Pump Suction PIT
Cond PRHTR Recirc Pump Strainer Drain
Cond PRHTR Vent

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

Deaerator FW Heater Storage Tank Vent


Deaerator Storage Tank Nitrogen Feed Isolation
Deaerator Storage Tank Nitrogen Feed Check Valve
Deaerator Storage Tank PI

AA
AA
AA
AA

IP Stm Outlet FIT


IP Stm Outlet PI
IP Stm Outlet PP
IP Stm Outlet PIT
IP Stm Outlet Vent
IPSH Drain
IP Stm Outlet ERV Press sensing isolation valves
LP Drum CB Sample
LP Drum Chem Feed Check (SS)
LP Drum Chem Feed (SS)
LP Drum LI Drain

Item No.: 10.01


Rev. No.:10
Date: 07/29/05
Doc. Type: E

VALVE LIST

Qty
Total for Upstr Pipe
Upstr
Qty contract NPS (mm) SCH/MWT
2
8
25
80/3.99
2*
4
25
80/3.99
2
8
25
80/3.99
2
8
25
80/3.99
2
8
25
80/3.99
8
2
2
4
2
1
1
2
1
1
4

32
8
8
16
8
4
4
8
4
4
16

20
25
25
25
25
50
20
20
25
25
20

80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/4.85
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43

Upstr Pipe
Matl
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
TP304H
SA-106C

Downstr
Pipe NPS Downstr
(mm)
SCH/MWT
25
80/3.99
25
80/3.99
25
80/3.99
25
80/3.99
25
80/3.99
20
25
25
25
25
50
20
20
25
25
20

80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/4.85
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43

Downstr
Pipe Matl
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

Nom
Valve
Size
(mm)
25
25
25
25
25

Design Pressure (barg)


31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5

Design
Temp
(C)
341
341
341
374
374

Valve Type
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

Valve End
Conn
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Catalog(
Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Vendor/Manuf
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

Manuf Drawing
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10

Model Number
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C

ANSI Class
800
800
800
800
800

Valve Body
Matl
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

Notes/SV Set
Pressure (barg)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Datasheet/Ref Number
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

P&ID Drawing
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

WBS
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
TP304H
SA-106C

20
25
25
25
25
50
20
20
25
25
20

31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
10.9
10.9
10.9
8.5

374
374
374
374
374
238
238
178
178
178
178

Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Check
Gate
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+21
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S04+0592+02
S04+0592+29
S03+0811+10

67I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/10C
17I01G3CB/10C
17I01G3CB/05C
47I31C0CD/06C
67I31C3CD/06C
17I01G3CB/05C

800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
F316L
F316L
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014

19449000
19449000
19449001
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

32

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

8.5

178

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+21

67I01G3CB/08C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0014

19449000

32

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

8.5

178

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+21

67I01G3CB/08C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0014

19449000

8
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
4

32
4
4
8
8
8
8
8
16
8
16

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

80/3.42
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/4.45

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

80/3.42
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/4.45

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
TP304H
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
20
40

8.5
10.9
10.9
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5

178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178

Globe
Check
Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Gate

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+10
S03+0811+03
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+12
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+21

17I01G3CB/05C
47I01U0CB/06C
67I01G3CB/06C
17I31C3CD/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17D01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
67D01G3CB/08C

800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
F316L
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

8
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
4
2
2

32
8
8
8
8
16
16
8
8
16
8
8

40
25
25
20
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
25

80/4.45
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
25
25
20
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
25

80/4.45
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

40
25
25
20
25
20
20
25
25
25
25
25

8.5
10.9
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
8.5
8.5

178
178
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
314
314

Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+21
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10

67D01G3CB/08C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C

800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

8
2
2
6
2
2
2

32
8
8
24
8
8
8

20
25
25
25
20
25
25

80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
25
20
25
25

80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
25
25
25
20
25
25

8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
88.9
88.9

314
314
314
314
314
180
180

Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+21
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10

67I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/10C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C

800
800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

V-700, V-701, V-703, V-704


V-719, V-720, V-722, V-723
V-705, V-706
V-708, V-709
V-714
V-713, V-717
V-724, V-725
V-726, V-727
V-742, V-743
V-740, V-741
V-745, V-746, V-748, V-749
V-766, V-767
V-793, V-794
V-785, V-786
V-787, V-788, V-790, V-791
V-765
V-760
V-781, V-782
V-009D, V-010D
V-007D, V-008D
V-012D, V-013D
V-071D, V-072D
V-003D, V-004D
V-010, V-011
V-008, V-009
V-024, V-025
V-001, V-002, V-004, V-005
V-031, V-032, V-034, V-035
V-006, V-007
V-020, V-021
V-013, V-014, V-016, V-017
V-022, V-023
V-076, V-077
V-066, V-067
V-064, V-065
V-069, V-070, V-072, V-073
V-082, V-083
V-084, V-085
V-086, V-087
V-080, V-081
V-058, V-059
V-047, V-048
V-042, V-043, V-045, V-046
V-040, V-041
V-062
V-054, V-055
V-050, V-051
V-088, V-089
V-026, V-027

4
4
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
1
1
2
1*
1*
1*
1*
1*
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
4
2*
2*
2*
2*
2
2
4
2
1
2
2
2
2

16
16
8
8
4
8
8
8
8
8
16
8
8
8
16
4
4
8
2
2
2
2
2
8
8
8
16
16
8
8
16
8
8
8
8
16
4
4
4
4
8
8
16
8
4
8
8
8
8

20
20
25
25
40
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
25
50
25
25
25
25

80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/4.45
80/4.85
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/4.85
80/4.85
160/4.88
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
40/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
40/2.96
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
20
25
25
40
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
25
50
25
25
25
25

80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/4.45
80/4.85
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
160/5.56
160/5.56
160/5.56
80/4.85
80/4.85
160/4.88
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.99
40/3.43
80/3.99
80/3.99
40/2.96
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
335-P22
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
20
25
25
40
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
50
50
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
20
25
25
25
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
20
25
50
25
25
25
25

88.9
88.9
88.9
31.5
88.9
88.9
88.9
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
10
33.5
26
26
26
33.5
33.5
26
26
26

180
180
180
180
180
180
180
497
374
374
374
497
578
578
578
497
497
578
341
341
314
314
314
55
55
178
55
55
55
178
55
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178

Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Gate
Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+15
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+15
S03+0811+15
S03+0811+15
S03+0811+15
S03+0811+16
S03+0811+16
S03+0811+15
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10

17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/08C
67I01G3CB/10C
17I01G3CB/06C
11A22A3CBA06J
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
11A22A3CBA06J
11A22A3CBA06J
11A22A3CBA06J
11A22A3CBA06J
11A22A3CBA10J
11A22A3CBA10J
11A22A3CBA05J
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
67I01G3CB/10C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C

800
800
800
800
800
800
800
900/2700
800
800
800
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
900/2700
2700
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
F22
A105
A105
A105
F22
F22
F22
F22
F22
F22
F22
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

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19449000
19449000
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19449000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19441000
19449001
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19449000
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AA
AA
AA
AA

V-016D, V-017D (Provided by DA Supplier)


V-063D
V-064D
V-025D, V-026D

2*
1*
1*
2*

4
2
2
4

50
25
25
25

80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

50
25
25
25

80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

100
25
25
25

8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5

178
178
178
178

Gate
Globe
Check
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

B-5729-1
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+03
S03+0811+10

N/A
17I01G3CB/06C
47I01U0CB/06C
17I01G3CB/06C

150 # RF
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
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19449000
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Deaerator PIT

AA

AA

V-019D, V-020D, V-022D, V-023D

4*

25

80/3.99

SA-106C

25

80/3.99

SA-106C

25

8.5

178

Globe

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+10

17I01G3CB/06C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

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Deaerator Inlet Water Sample


Deaerator Storage Tank Drain Valve
Deaerator Storage Tank Sample
Deaerator Tank LI Drain

AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA

V-073D, V-074D
V-035D, V-036D
V-038D, V-039D
V-047D, V-048D

2*
2*
2*
2*

4
4
4
4

20
50
20
20

80/3.42
80/4.85
80/3.43
80/3.43

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
50
20
20

80/3.42
80/4.85
80/3.43
80/3.43

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

20
50
20
20

10
8.5
8.5
8.5

178
178
178
178

Globe
Y-Globe
Globe
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
T
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+10
S04+0592+39
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10

17I01G3CB/05C
12I01G3CB/10C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/05C

800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

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By: FJS Chk'd: RGK

REMARKS

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ALSTOM POWER Inc.


Project Name: Nubaria Power Station I & II
Contract No.: 66008003

Rev Category Description


Deaerator Tank LP BFP Min Recirc

Owner
System
Locator
Code
AA

Alstom
System
Locator
Code
AA

Deaerator Tank LT

AA

AA

Deaerator Tank LT Vent

AA

AA

V-045D, V-046D, V-060D, V-061D

4*

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Rev.
0
1

3
4
5
6

8
9
10

Item No.: 10.01


Rev. No.:10
Date: 07/29/05
Doc. Type: E

VALVE LIST

Qty
Total for Upstr Pipe
Upstr
Qty contract NPS (mm) SCH/MWT
3*
6
50
40/3.43

Tag Number
V-028D, V-029D, V-030D
V-040D, V-041D, V-042D, V-043D, V-055D, V-056D,
V-057D, V-058D
8*

Manuf Drawing
S03+0811+21

Model Number
67I01G3CB/10C

ANSI Class
800

Valve Body
Matl
A105

Notes/SV Set
Pressure (barg)
N/A

Datasheet/Ref Number
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

P&ID Drawing
08003-1D0016

WBS
19441000

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

8.5

178

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+21

67I01G3CB/08C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

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80/3.43

SA-106C

20

8.5

178

Globe

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+10

17I01G3CB/05C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0016

19449000

4*

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

8.5

178

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+21

67D01G3CB/08C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0016

19449000

8*

16

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

80/4.45

SA-106C

40

8.5

178

Gate

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+21

67I01G3CB/08C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0016

19449000

8*

16

25

80/3.99

SA-106C

25

80/3.99

SA-106C

25

8.5

178

Globe

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+10

17I01G3CB/06C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0016

19449000

8*
1
4
2
2
1

16
4
16
8
8
4

25
20
20
25
40
25

80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/4.45
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

25
20
20
25
40
25

80/3.99
80/3.43
80/3.43
80/3.99
80/4.45
80/3.99

SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C
SA-106C

25
20
20
25
40
25

8.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5

178
150
150
150
150
150

Globe
Globe
Globe
Globe
Gate
Globe

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP VALVES

S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+10

17I01G3CB/06C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/05C
17I01G3CB/06C
67I01G3CB/08C
17I01G3CB/06C

800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

AA

Deaerator Level Switch Drains


Blowdown Tank LI Drain
Blowdown Tank DPIS Isolation
Blowdown Tank Strainer Drain
Blowdown Tank LT
Blowdown Tank LT Vent

AA
BM
BM
BM
BM
BM

AA
BM
BM
BM
BM
BM

V-008G, V-009G, V-010G, V-011G, V-012G, V-013G 6

24

15

1.651 mwt

316SS

15

1.651 mwt

316SS

15

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

649

Globe

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+19

16A63A3CBA04J

900/2700

F316H

N/A

M10A00E.pdf

08003-1D0015

12

15

1.651 mwt

316SS

15

1.651 mwt

316SS

15

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

649

Globe

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+19

16A63A3CBA04J

900/2700

F316H

N/A

M10A00E.pdf

08003-1D0015

19449000

V-014G, V-015G, V-016G, V-017G, V-018G, V-019G 6

24

15

80/3.26

SA-106C

15

80/3.26

SA-106C

15

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

177

Globe

SW

HP VALVES

S03+0811+10

17I01G3CB/04C

800

A105

N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0015

19449000

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
FLG

Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

HP VALVES
HP VALVES
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Kitz
HP Valves / Audco

S03+0811+10
S03+0811+10
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+36
S04+0592+37

17I01G3CB/04C
17I01G3CB/06C
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
HB
XR116RL

800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
150

A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A216-WCB

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-1D0015
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN
HP VALVES/LLSHIN

S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21
S03+0811+21

67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C
67I01G3CB/10C

800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf
Ilshin-maintanance.pdf

08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0017

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

SW
SW
SW
SW

N
N
N
N

JONAS
JONAS
JONAS
JONAS

JA/ALS/04-02A
JA/ALS/04-02C
JA/ALS/04-02B
JA/ALS/04-02D

SS-3NRSW4T-G-W20
8W-UI2LR-G-SS-HT
8W-UI22LR-G-SS-HT
SS-S63-PSWI2T

2500
900
2500
300

316SS
316SS
316SS
316SS

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014

19449000
19449000
19449000
19449000

SW
SW
SW
SW

N
N
N
N

SST
SST
SST
SST

15V011500A105B150
20V021500A105B175
15V01900A105B125
20V02900A105B150

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

1500
1500
900
900

A105
A105
A105
A105

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-10.10
08003-10.08
08003-10.10
08003-10.08

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

19449004
19448004
19449004
19448004

BW
BW
SW
SW

N
N
N
N

SSI
SSI
SSI
SSI

SSI Series 150Y


SSI Series 300Y
SSI Series 1500Y
SSI Series 600Y

150YBWSB
300YBWSB
1500YSWSB
600YTST

150
300
1500
600

304SS
CS
CS
CS

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
08003-10.77
08003-10.77
08003-10.77

08003-1D0017
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013

19581000
19581000
19581000
19581000

V-020G, V-021G, V-022G

Transition Duct PIT Isolation


BA
BA
V-023G, V-024G, V-025G
3
12
15
1.651 mwt
SA-106C
15
1.651 mwt SA-106C
15
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
177
Globe
Instrument Air Common Manifold Drain
BM
BM
V-002S
1
4
25
80/3.99
SA-106C
25
80/3.99
SA-106C
25
10
40
Globe
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - FV-915
BM
BM
V-003S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - HV-917
BM
BM
V-004S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - HV-300
BM
BM
V-005S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - TV-301
BM
BM
V-006S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - HV-302
BM
BM
V-007S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - LV-100
BM
BM
V-008S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - HV-700
BM
BM
V-009S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - TV-701
BM
BM
V-010S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - HV-702
BM
BM
V-011S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - TV-040
BM
BM
V-012S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - TV-001B
BM
BM
V-013S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - PV-601
BM
BM
V-014S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - HV-602
BM
BM
V-015S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - LV-430
BM
BM
V-016S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - LV-801
BM
BM
V-017S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - LV-064
BM
BM
V-018S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - HV-340
BM
BM
V-019S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - HV-782
BM
BM
V-020S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - FV-780
BM
BM
V-021S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - FV-003D
BM
BM
V-022S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - FV-001D
BM
BM
V-023S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Inst. Air Connection Isolation - FV-002D
BM
BM
V-024S
1
4
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
80/3.43
SA-106C
20
10
40
Ball
Instrument Air Manifold Stop valve
BM
BM
V-001S
1
4
50
80/4.84
SA-106C
50
80/4.84
SA-106C
50
10
40
Ball
CLEANING CONNECTION VALVES (1 SET FOR 4 HRSGs)
HP FW Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-374, V-375
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
HP EVAP Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-376, V-377
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
HP Steam Outlet Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-378, V-379
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
IP FW Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-645, V-646
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
IP EVAP Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-647, V-648
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
IP Steam Outlet Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-649, V-650
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
LP FW Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-953, V-954
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
LP EVAP Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-955, V-956
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
LP Steam Outlet Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-957, V-958
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
Condensate Feed Cleaning Connection Isolation
AA
AA
V-091, V-092
2
2
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
10.5
60
Gate
STEAM SAMPLING NOZZLE ISOLATION VALVES (supplied by nozzle vendor)
HP Stm Outlet Sample ISV
AA
AA
V-340, V-341
2
8
20
160/4.88
316 SS
20
160/4.88
316 SS
20
150
579
Globe
IP Stm Outlet Sample ISV
AA
AA
V-621, V-622
2
8
20
80/3.43
316 SS
20
80/3.43
316 SS
20
31.5
374
Globe
RH Stm Outlet Sample ISV
AA
AA
V-796, V-797
2
8
20
80/3.43
316 SS
20
80/3.43
316 SS
20
31.5
578
Globe
LP Stm Outlet Sample ISV
AA
AA
V-946, V-947
2
8
20
80/3.43
316 SS
20
80/3.43
316 SS
20
8.5
314
Globe
13 AIR OPERATED BALL VALVES
HP DSH CV Bypass AOV
AE
AA
HV-302
1
4
40
160/6.25
SA-106C
40
160/6.25
SA-106C
40
225
180
Ball
HP DSH Spray PBV
AE
AA
HV-300
1
4
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
225
180
Ball
RH DSH CV Bypass AOV
AE
AA
HV-702
1
4
40
80/4.45
SA-106C
40
80/4.45
SA-106C
40
88.9
180
Ball
RH DSH Spray PBV
AE
AA
HV-700
1
4
50
80/4.85
SA-106C
50
80/4.85
SA-106C
50
88.9
180
Ball
14 STRAINERS
BD Tank Cooling System Strainer
BM
BM
STR-001B (Supplied by BD Tank vendor)
1
4
150
40/6.23
SA-106C
150
40/6.23
SA-106C
100
3.5
150
Y Strainer
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line Strainer
AA
AA
STR-040
1
4
150
40/6.23
SA-106C
150
40/6.23
SA-106C
150
26
178
Y Strainer
HP DSH Spray Strainer
AA
AA
STR-300
1
4
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
160/7.65
SA-106C
50
225
180
Y Strainer
RH DSH Spray Strainer
AA
AA
STR-700
1
4
50
80/4.85
SA-106C
50
80/4.85
SA-106C
50
88.9
180
Y Strainer
Notes:
1.
These valves will be shipped loose by AP to install customer piping. They will installed by customer.
2.
Quantities shown are for One (1) unit. There are Four (4) units on this contract. Except for the quantities shown with "*" are for Two (2) units only.
For the complete tagging, prefix the tag number with the following:
For Four (4) units.:
For Two (2) units with "*":
Unit 1 1A-System Locator Code
Unit 1 1X-System Locator Code
Unit 2 1B-System Locator Code
Unit 2 2X-System Locator Code
Unit 3 2A-System Locator Code
Unit 4 2B-System Locator Code
Tagging example as follows for Four (4) units.:
Tagging example with "*" as follows for Two (2) units.:
Unit 1 1A-AA-V-001
Unit 1 1X-AA-V-001D
Unit 2 1B-AA-V-001
Unit 2 2X-AA-V-001D
Unit 3 2A-AA-V-001
Unit 4 2B-AA-V-001
3.
Upstream and downstream piping information are available at document # 9.72 - Pipe List and 9.78 - Trim Pipe List.
Date
Rev Log
01/15/04
Initial Release of Valve List
C1
02/27/04
Revised per AP trim line standards and per new pegging steam configuration.
Moved RH Desup Check valve from trim valve list to check valves.
Added 4 isolation valves for HP FW FT redundant.
Added 4 isolation valves for HP desup DPI.
C1
3/18/2004
Revised per customer tagging system (no four digit tags)
Added V-830, 831 and V-822,823.
Revised design pressure and temperature.
Corrected line sizes.
C1
5/6/04
Revised per customer comments. Added vendor information. Revised instrument air valves.
C2
8/13/2004
Revised per customer comments. Added vendor information. Added valves. Revised design temp and press per customer request.
C2/C1
9/3/2004
Revised per customer comments. Added vendor information. Revised flow/pressure transmitters to flow/pressure indicating transmitters.
C2
11/03/04
Revised some safety valves manuf dwg numbers and set pressures. Changed V-356 valve size to 300mm. Added control valve manuf dwg numbers. Revised some block valves manuf dwg numbers.
Relocated ERV press sensing isolation valves to trim valve section.
Revised some trim valves manuf dwg numbers. Added Inlet Duct PIT Isolation and transition Duct PIT Isolation valves.
C2
12/21/04
Added HP and RH Desup Outlet vents
Changed the total quantity for V-080, V-081 from 8 to 4.
Removed HP, IP and LP Evap chem cleaning connection isolation valves.
Corrected model numbers for some trim valves and instrument isolation valves.
Changed the line size to DN20 for DA Cond pot vent.
C2
2/18/2005
Revised some of the trim valve model numbers.
Added LP stm PIT isolation valves. Added Owner system locator code.
C1
6/08/05
Added HP Nitrogen and Chemical feed isolation valves.
Added cleaning connection isolation valves.
C2
7/29/2005
Revised valve tag No. V-010D & V-013D to motor operated valves tag No.: HV-010D & HV-013D.
Revised Valve tag no. from V-272 to V-276 for HP Nitrogen Feed Isolation Valve
Revised Design pressure from 150 barg to 10 barg for cleaning connection valves
Changed Description for HV-004D valve

File Name: 08003-10.01-10.xls

Vendor/Manuf
HP VALVES

20

AA

BA

Catalog(
Y/N)
Y

SA-106C

Deaerator Level Switch Vents

BA

Valve End
Conn
SW

SA-106C

V-051D, V-052D, V-053D, V-054D


V-049D, V-050D, V-065D, V-066D, V-067D, V-068D,
V-069D, V-070D
V-075D, V-076D, V-077D, V-078D, V-079D, V-080D,
V-081D, V-082D
V-083D, V-084D, V-085D, V-086D, V-087D, V-088D,
V-089D, V-090D
V-005B
V-010B, V-011B, V-012B, V-013B
V-016B, V-017B
V-001B, V-002B
V-003B

Transition Duct PIT

Valve Type
Gate

80/4.45

AA

BA

Design
Temp
(C)
178

80/3.43

AA

BA

Design Pressure (barg)


40

40

AA

BA

Nom
Valve
Size
(mm)
50

20

AA

BA

Downstr
Pipe Matl
SA-106C

Deaerator Level Switch

Inlet Duct PIT

Downstr
Pipe NPS Downstr
(mm)
SCH/MWT
50
40/3.43

16

Deaerator TB (w/lock)

Inlet Duct PIT Isolation

Upstr Pipe
Matl
SA-106C

By: FJS Chk'd: RGK

REMARKS

Page 4 of 4

ALSTOM POWER Inc.


Project Name: Nubaria Power Station I & II
Contract No.: 66008003

Rev

Cat
e Desc
gor
y

01 FLOW ELEMENTS
Cond PRHTR FW FE
CPH Recirc pump min recirc RO
HP DSH FE
HP FW FE
HP Stm Outlet FE
IP FW FE
IP Stm Outlet FE
LP FW FE
LP Stm Outlet FE
RH DSH FE
02 FLOW INDICATING TRANSMITTERS
Cond PRHTR FW FIT
HP DSH Spray FIT
HP FW FIT
HP Stm Outlet FIT
IP FW FIT
IP Stm Outlet FIT
LP FW FIT
LP Stm Outlet FIT
RH DSH Spray FIT
03 PRESSURE INDICATING TRANSMITTERS
Cond PRHTR FW PIT
Cond PRHTR Outlet PIT
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line Suction PIT
Deaerator Storage Tank PIT
HP Drum PIT
HP DSH PIT
HP FW PIT
HP FW PIT
HP Stm Outlet PIT
HP Stm Outlet PIT
IP Drum PIT
IP FW PIT
IP FW PIT
IP Stm Outlet PIT
LP Drum PIT
LP FW PIT
LP Stm Outlet PIT
RH DSH PIT
RH Stm Inlet PIT
RH Stm Outlet PIT
Inlet Duct PIT
Transition Duct PIT
04 LEVEL TRANSMITTERS
Blowdown Tank LT
11
Deaerator Tank LT
HP Drum LT
IP Drum LT
LP Drum LT
06 THERMOWELLS
Cond PRHTR FW TW
Cond PRHTR FW TW (After Bypass)
Cond PRHTR Outlet TW
Deaerator/Storage Tank TW
HP DSH Inlet TW
HP DSH Outlet TW
HP Econ Outlet TW
HP FW TW
HP FW TW
HP Stm Outlet TW
IP Econ Outlet TW
IP FW TW
IP FW TW
IP Stm Outlet TW
LP FW TW
LP Stm Outlet TW
RH DSH Inlet TW
RH DSH Outlet TW
RH Stm Inlet TW
RH Stm Outlet TW
Module 2 TW
Module 3 TW
Module 4 TW
Inlet Duct TW
Stack TW
Transition Duct TW
Blowdown Tank Outlet TW
07 PRESSURE TEST PORTS
Cond PRHTR FW PP
Cond PRHTR Outlet PP
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line PP
HP Drum PP
HP Econ Outlet PP
HP FW PP
HP Stm Outlet PP
IP Drum PP
IP Econ Outlet PP
IP FW PP
IP Stm Outlet PP
LP Drum PP
LP FW PP
LP Stm Outlet PP
RH Stm Inlet PP
RH Stm Outlet PP
08 TEMPERATURE INDICATORS
Cond PRHTR FW TI
Cond PRHTR FW TI (After Bypass)
Cond PRHTR Outlet TI
HP Econ Outlet TI
HP FW TI
HP Stm Outlet TI
IP Econ Outlet TI
IP FW TI
IP Stm Outlet TI
LP FW TI
LP Stm Outlet TI
RH Stm Inlet TI
RH Stm Outlet TI
Blowdown Tank Outlet TI
Deaerator Storage Tank TI

File Name: 08003-11.01-11.xls

Item No.: 11.01


Rev. No.: 11
Date: 06/29/05
Doc. Type: E

INSTRUMENT LIST

OwnerS AlstomS
ystem ystem Tag Number
Locator Locator
Code
Code

Qty

Qty
Total for
contract

DesignT

DesignP

Process
Conn

Process

Instrument

Instrument

Service

(C)

(barg)

(mm)

End Conn

Conn (mm)

End Conn

Description

Instrument Type

Vendor/Manuf

Manuf Drawing

Model Number

Calibrated Range

Remote

Electrical
Range

Process Range

Process Range

SI (See Note 2)

Calibrated Range
English Units
(See Note 2)

SI

English Units

Datasheet/Ref Number P&ID Drawing

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

0-5080 mm wg
21.43 mm
0-5080 mm wg
0-6350 mm wg
0-12700 mm wg
0-6350 mm wg
0-5080 mm wg
0-3810 mm wg
0-1270 mm wg
0-5080 mm wg

0-200" wg
54/64 inch dia
0-200" wg
0-250" wg
0-500" wg
0-250" wg
0-200" wg
0-150" wg
0-50" wg
0-200" wg

0-97.62 kg/s
N/A
0-4.20 kg/s
0-90.0 kg/s
0-90.0 kg/s
0-14.32 kg/s
0-12.86 kg/s
0-11.99 kg/s
0-9.02 kg/s
0-4.52 kg/s

0-774774 lb/hr
N/A
0-33334 lb/hr
0-714297 lb/hr
0-714297 lb/hr
0-113653 lb/hr
0-102065 lb/hr
0-95160 lb/hr
0-71588 lb/hr
0-35874 lb/hr

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.16
08003-11.19
08003-11.16
08003-11.16
08003-11.16
08003-11.16
08003-11.16
08003-11.16
08003-11.16
08003-11.16

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013

Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote

0-5080 mm wg
0-5080 mm wg
0-6350 mm wg
0-12700 mm wg
0-6350 mm wg
0-5080 mm wg
0-3810 mm wg
0-1270 mm wg
0-5080 mm wg

0-200" wg
0-200" wg
0-250" wg
0-500" wg
0-250" wg
0-200" wg
0-150" wg
0-50" wg
0-200" wg

0-97.62 kg/s
0-4.20 kg/s
0-90.0 kg/s
0-90.0 kg/s
0-14.32 kg/s
0-12.86 kg/s
0-11.99 kg/s
0-9.02 kg/s
0-4.52 kg/s

0-774774 lb/hr
0-33334 lb/hr
0-714297 lb/hr
0-714297 lb/hr
0-113653 lb/hr
0-102065 lb/hr
0-95160 lb/hr
0-71588 lb/hr
0-35874 lb/hr

4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA

08003-11.06
08003-11.06
08003-11.06
08003-11.06
08003-11.06
08003-11.06
08003-11.06
08003-11.06
08003-11.06

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013

Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote

0-26 bar
0-26 bar
0-26 bar
0-10 bar
0-165 bar
0-225 bar
0-225 bar
0-225 bar
0-150 bar
0-150 bar
0-35 bar
0-88.9 bar
0-88.9 bar
0-31.5 bar
0-10 bar
0-40 bar
0-8.5 bar
0-88.9 bar
0-35 bar
0-31.5 bar
0-508 mm wg
0-508 mm wg

0-377 psig
0-377 psig
0-377 psig
0-145 psig
0-2393 psig
0-3263 psig
0-3263 psig
0-3263 psig
0-2176 psig
0-2176 psig
0-508 psig
0-1289 psig
0-1289 psig
0-457 psig
0-145 psig
0-580 psig
0-123 psig
0-1289 psig
0-508 psig
0-457 psig
0-20" wg
0-20" wg

0-55.2 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-276 bar
0-276 bar
0-276 bar
0-276 bar
0-276 bar
0-276 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-276 bar
0-276 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-276 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-55.2 bar
0-635 mm wg
0-635 mm wg

-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-4000 psig
-14.7-800 psig
-14.7-800 psig
0-25" wg
0-25"wg

4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA

08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015

Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote

0-1150 mm wg
0-4040 mm wg
0-1896 mm wg
0-1409 mm wg
0-1471 mm wg

0 TO -45.28" wg
0 TO -159.1" wg
0 TO -74.6" wg
0 TO -55.5" wg
0 TO -57.9" wg

-6350-6350 mm wg
-6350-6350 mm wg
-6350-6350 mm wg
-6350-6350 mm wg
-6350-6350 mm wg

-250 to 250" wc/2.5"wc


-250 to 250" wc/2.5"wc
-250 to 250" wc/2.5"wc
-250 to 250" wc/2.5"wc
-250 to 250" wc/2.5"wc

4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA

08003-11.05
08003-11.05
08003-11.05
08003-11.05
08003-11.05

08003-1D0017
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

FE-001
RO-042
FE-300
FE-100
FE-340
FE-400
FE-600
FE-800
FE-915
FE-700

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

55
178
180
180
579
180
374
180
314
180

26
33.5
225
225
150
88.9
31.5
40
8.5
88.9

200
50
50
200
350
80
200
80
400
50

FLG
FLG
FLG
FLG
FLG
FLG
FLG
FLG
FLG
FLG

20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Water
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Water

Orifice
Orifice
Orifice
Orifice
Flow Nozzle
Orifice
Flow Nozzle
Orifice
Flow Nozzle
Orifice

Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques
Fluidic Techniques

V-2499R1-4
P-22217-1
V-2499R1-5
V-2499-1
V-2499R1-1
V-2499-2
V-2499R1-2
V-2499-3
V-2499R1-3
V-2499R1-6

AD
AE
AE
AA
AE
AA
AE
AA
AE

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

FIT-001A, FIT-001B
FIT-300
FIT-100A, FIT-100B
FIT-340A, FIT-340B
FIT-400A, FIT-400B
FIT-600A, FIT-600B
FIT-800A, FIT-800B
FIT-915A, FIT-915B
FIT-700

2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1

8
4
8
8
8
8
8
8
4

55
180
180
579
180
374
180
314
180

26
225
225
150
88.9
31.5
40
8.5
88.9

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Water

Diff. Press. Transmitter


Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter

Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount

03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011

AD
AD
AD
AD
AE
AE
AE
AE
AA
AA
AE
AE
AE
AA
AE
AE
AA
AE
AA
AA
BA
BA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BA
BA

PIT-001A, PIT-001B
PIT-064A, PIT-064B
PIT-040
PIT-001D, PIT-002D
PIT-260, PIT-261
PIT-300
PIT-100A
PIT-100B
PIT-340A, PIT-340B
PIT-342
PIT-560, PIT-561
PIT-400A
PIT-400B
PIT-600A, PIT-600B
PIT-890, PIT-891
PIT-800A, PIT-800B
PIT-915A, PIT-915B, PIT-915
PIT-700
PIT-740A, PIT-740B
PIT-780A, PIT-780B
PIT-001G, PIT-002G, PIT-003G
PIT-004G, PIT-005G, PIT-006G

2
2
1
2*
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
3
1
2
2
3
3

8
8
4
4
8
4
4
4
8
4
8
4
4
8
8
8
12
4
8
8
12
12

55
178
178
178
343
180
180
343
579
579
238
180
238
374
178
180
314
180
374
578
649
177

26
26
26
8.5
150
225
225
165.5
150
150
31.5
88.9
88.9
31.5
8.5
40
8.5
88.9
31.5
31.5
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Water
Water
Water
Steam
Steam
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Steam
Steam
Water
Water
Steam
Steam
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Steam
Flue gas
Flue gas

Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter
Pressure Transmitter

Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount

03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-2097
03031-1011
03031-1011

BM
AD
AE
AE
AE

BM
AA
AA
AA
AA

LT-001B
LT-001D, LT-002D
LT-200, LT-201, LT-202, LT-203
LT-500, LT-501, LT-502, LT-503
LT-835, LT-836, LT-837, LT-838

1
2*
4
4
4

4
4
16
16
16

148
178
343
238
178

3.5
8.5
150
31.5
8.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam/Water

Diff. Press. Transmitter


Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter
Diff. Press. Transmitter

Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount
Rosemount

03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011
03031-1011

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BM

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BM

TW-001, TW-002, TW-003


TW-004, TW-005, TW-006
TW-064, TW-065, TW-066, TW-067
TW-001D, TW-002D
TW-320, TW-321
TW-330, TW-331, TW-332
TW-161, TW-162, TW-163
TW-100
TW-101, TW-102, TW-103
TW-113, TW-114, TW-115, TW-116
TW-430, TW-431, TW-432
TW-401
TW-400, TW-402, TW-403
TW-600, TW-601, TW-602, TW-603
TW-800, TW-801, TW-802, TW-803
TW-915, TW-916, TW-917, TW-918
TW-760, TW-761
TW-765, TW-766, TW-767
TW-740, TW-741, TW-742, TW-743
TW-780, TW-781, TW-782, TW-783
TW-004G, TW-005G, TW-006G
TW-007G, TW-008G, TW-009G
TW-010G, TW-011G, TW-012G
TW-001G, TW-002G, TW-003G
TW-016G, TW-017G, TW-018G
TW-013G, TW-014G, TW-015G
TW-001B, TW-003B (By Sterling)

3
3
4
2*
2
3
3
1
3
4
3
1
3
4
4
4
2
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
2

12
12
16
4
8
12
12
4
12
16
12
4
12
16
16
16
8
12
16
16
12
12
12
12
12
12
8

178
178
178
178
543
533
343
180
343
579
238
180
238
374
180
314
497
497
374
578
475
356
260
649
177
177
150

26
26
26
8.5
150
150
156.9
225
165.5
150
39.4
88.9
88.9
31.5
40
8.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
3.5

40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
50
50
50
50
20

Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
Welded
150# RF
150# RF
150# RF
150# RF
150# RF
150# RF
Welded

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT
FNPT

Water
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Steam
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Flue Gas
Flue Gas
Flue Gas
Flue gas
Flue gas
Flue gas
Steam

Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell
Thermowell

Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Temp-pro
Temp-pro
Temp-pro
Temp-pro
Temp-pro
Temp-pro
Sterling

E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
E-HRSG-1569
92
92
92
92
92
92
N/A

IND-1
IND-1
IND-1
IND-1
IND-5
IND-5
IND-1
IND-1
IND-1
IND-5
IND-1
IND-1
IND-1
IND-1
IND-1
IND-1
IND-3
IND-3
IND-1
IND-3
92
92
92
92
92
92
N/A

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0017

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

PP-001
PP-064
PP-040
PP-260
PP-160
PP-100
PP-340
PP-560
PP-430
PP-400
PP-600
PP-890
PP-800
PP-915
PP-740
PP-780

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

55
178
178
343
343
343
579
238
238
238
374
178
180
314
374
578

26
26
26
150
156.9
165.5
150
31.5
39.4
88.9
31.5
8.5
40
8.5
31.5
31.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Water
Steam
Steam
Water
Water
Steam
Steam
Water
Steam
Steam
Steam

Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port
Pressure Port

Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom
Alstom

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM
AA

TI-001
TI-004
TI-065
TI-162
TI-100
TI-116
TI-432
TI-403
TI-603
TI-800
TI-918
TI-741
TI-783
TI-003B (By Sterling)
TI-001D, TI-002D (By Sterling)

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2*

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

178
178
178
343
343
579
238
238
374
180
314
374
578
150
178

26
26
26
156.9
165.5
150
39.4
88.9
31.5
40
8.5
31.5
31.5
3.5
8.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Steam
Steam
Water
Water

Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Temperature Indicator

Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
Winters
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT

G-Bimet
G-Bimet
G-Bimet
G-Bimet
G-Bimet
F-Gas Therm
G-Bimet
G-Bimet
G-Bimet
G-Bimet
G-Bimet
G-Bimet
F-Gas Therm
N/A
N/A

T52120B33-S-TAG
T52120B33-S-TAG
T52120B33-S-TAG
T52120B35-S-TAG
T52120B35-S-TAG
R24452002S-C-TAG
T52120B34-S-TAG
T52120B34-S-TAG
T52120B35-S-TAG
T52120B33-S-TAG
T52120B35-S-TAG
T52120B35-S-TAG
R24452002S-C-TAG
50EI60R060
50EI60R090

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0 - 150 C
0 - 300 C

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0 - 302 F
0 - 572 F

0 - 200C
0 - 200C
0 - 200C
0 - 450C
0 - 450C
100 - 650C
0 - 300C
0 - 300C
0 - 450C
0 - 200C
0 - 450C
0 - 450C
100 - 650C
10 - 150C
0 - 300 C

0 - 392F
0 - 392F
0 - 392F
0 - 842F
0 - 842F
212 - 1202F
0 - 572F
0 - 572F
0 - 842F
0 - 392F
0 - 842F
0 - 842F
212 - 1202F
50 - 302F
0 - 572 F

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
08003-11.07
N/A
N/A

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0017
08003-1D0016

By: FJS Chk'd: RGK

8" 300# Series 300


2" 300#
2" 2500# Series 300
8" 2500# Series 300
14"-Model V-200
3" 600# Series 300
8" Model V-200
3" 300# Series 300
16" Model V-200
2" 900# Series 300

Local/

3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051T
3051CG
3051CG

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1

2
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3

3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
A
A

3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051CD
3051CD

2
2
2
2
2

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
5
5

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5

Q4
Q4
Q4
Q4
Q4
Q4
Q4
Q4
Q4

2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2B 2 1 A B4 M5 Q4
2 A 1 A B4 L4 M5 Q4
2 A 1 A B4 L4 M5 Q4

A
A
A
A
A

5
5
5
5
5

2
2
2
2
2

A
A
A
A
A

1
1
1
1
1

A
A
A
A
A

M5
M5
M5
M5
M5

Q4
Q4
Q4
Q4
Q4

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ALSTOM POWER Inc.


Project Name: Nubaria Power Station I & II
Contract No.: 66008003

Rev

Cat
e Desc
gor
y
09 PRESSURE INDICATORS
Cond PRHTR Inlet PI
Cond PRHTR Outlet PI

OwnerS AlstomS
ystem ystem Tag Number
Locator Locator
Code
Code
AA
AA

Cond PRHTR Recirc Line Discharge PI


AA
Deaerator Storage Tank PI
AA
HP FW PI
AA
HP DSH PI
AA
HP Stm Outlet PI
AA
IP FW PI
AA
RH DSH PI
AA
IP Stm Outlet PI
AA
LP FW PI
AA
LP Stm Outlet PI
AA
RH Stm Inlet PI
AA
RH Stm Outlet PI
AA
09 DRUM PRESSURE INDICATORS
HP Drum PI at drum
AA
HP Drum PI at grade
AA
IP Drum PI at drum
AA
IP Drum PI at grade
AA
LP Drum PI at drum
AA
LP Drum PI at grade
AA
09 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATING SWITCHES
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line DPIS
AD
HP DSH Spray DPIS
AE
RH DSH Spray DPIS
AE
BD Tank After Cooling System DPIS
BM
10 TUBE METAL THERMOCOUPLES

PI-001
PI-064

Qty

1
1

Qty
Total for
contract

DesignT

DesignP

Process
Conn

Process

Instrument

Instrument

Service

(C)

(barg)

(mm)

End Conn

Conn (mm)

End Conn

Description

4
4

55
178

26
26

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

15
15

NPT
NPT

Water
Water

Instrument Type

Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator

Vendor/Manuf

ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT

Manuf Drawing

Model Number

Process Range

Remote

SI

English Units

Electrical
Range

Datasheet/Ref Number P&ID Drawing

70A917
70A917

45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 70 Bar


45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 70 Bar + 50 1098SD

Local
Local

0-70 bar
0-70 bar

N/A
N/A

0-70 bar
0-70 bar

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

08003-11.03
08003-11.03

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

0-70 bar
0-14 bar
0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-70 bar
0-70 bar
0-14 bar
0-70 bar
0-70 bar

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

0-70 bar
0-14 bar
0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-70 bar
0-70 bar
0-14 bar
0-70 bar
0-70 bar

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

1
1*
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

4
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

178
178
343
180
579
238
180
374
180
314
374
578

33.5
8.5
165.5
150
150
88.9
31.5
31.5
40
8.5
31.5
31.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Water
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Steam
Steam

Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator

ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT
ASHCROFT

70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917
70A917

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

PI-260
PI-261
PI-560
PI-561
PI-890
PI-891

1
1
1
1
1
1

4
4
4
4
4
4

343
343
238
238
178
178

150
150
31.5
31.5
8.5
8.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam

Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator
Pressure Indicator

WINTERS
WINTERS
WINTERS
WINTERS
WINTERS
WINTERS

Winters Dwg. # M, C025


Winters Dwg. # M, C025
Winters Dwg. # L, C025
Winters Dwg. # L, C025
Winters Dwg. # K, C025
Winters Dwg. # K, C025

P6520-1-R11-SG-SFC-SM-TAG-SYS
P6520-1-R11-SG-SFC-SM-TAG-SYS
P6517-SG-R11-SFC-SM-TAG-SYS
P6517-SG-R11-SFC-SM-TAG-SYS
P6513-SG-R11-SFC-SM-TAG-SYS
P6513-SG-R11-SFC-SM-TAG-SYS

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-70 bar
0-70 bar
0-14 bar
0-14 bar

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

0-250 bar
0-250 bar
0-70 bar
0-70 bar
0-14 bar
0-14 bar

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014

AA
AA
AA
BM

DPIS-040
DPIS-300
DPIS-700
DPIS-001B

1
1
1
1

4
4
4
4

178
180
180
150

26
225
88.9
3.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Water
Steam
Water
Water

Diff. Pressure Indicator


Diff. Pressure Indicator
Diff. Pressure Indicator
Diff. Pressure Indicator

ROSEMOUNT
ROSEMOUNT
ROSEMOUNT
ROSEMOUNT

TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD

PCS45S4BB.7B7P-TAG
PCS45S4BB.7B7P-TAG
PCS45S4BB1B7P-TAG
PCS45S4BB.7B7P-TAG

Local
Local
Local
Local

0 - 0.7 bar
0 - 0.7 bar
0 - 1 bar
0 - 0.7 bar

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

0 - 0.7 bar
0 - 0.7 bar
0 - 1 bar
0 - 0.7 bar

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03
08003-11.03

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0017

AA

AA

TE-335, TE-336, TE-337, TE-338, TE-339, TE340


TE-341, TE-342, TE-343, TE-344, TE-345, TE346
TE-767, TE-768, TE-769, TE-770, TE-771, TE772

24

578

31.5

N/A

N/A

15

NPT

Steam

Thermocouple

Temp-Pro

ST-855-1

ST-855-1

Remote

0 - 578 C

0 - 1072 F

N/A

N/A

4-20mA

08003-11.08

08003-1D0013

AD
AD
AD
AA
AA
AA
AE
AE
AA
AA
AE
AE
AA
AE
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BM

TE-002
TE-005A, TE-005B
TE-066A, TE-066B
TE-320
TE-331A, TE-331B
TE-161
TE-101A
TE-101B
TE-114A, TE-114B
TE-431
TE-401A
TE-401B
TE-601A, TE-601B
TE-801A, TE-801B
TE-916A, TE-916B, TE-915
TE-760
TE-766A, TE-766B
TE-742A, TE-742B
TE-781A, TE-781B
TE-001BA (By Sterling)

1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
3
1
2
2
2
1

4
8
8
4
8
4
4
4
8
4
4
4
8
8
12
4
8
8
8
4

178
178
178
543
533
343
180
343
579
238
180
238
374
180
314
497
497
374
578
150

26
26
26
150
150
156.9
225
165.5
150
39.4
88.9
88.9
31.5
40
8.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
3.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Water
Water
Water
Steam
Steam
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Water
Water
Steam
Water
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Water

Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple Probe

Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Jordan Valves

91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
N/A

91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
91-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-3
Mark 801/802 - Self Regulating Control Valve

Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Local

0 - 178 C
0 - 178 C
0 - 178 C
0 - 543 C
0 - 575 C
0 - 343 C
0 - 145 C
0 - 343 C
0 - 600 C
0 - 238 C
0 - 180 C
0 - 238 C
0 - 374 C
0 - 180 C
0 - 314 C
0 - 497 C
0 - 497 C
0 - 374 C
0 - 578 C
0 - 150 C

0 - 352 F
0 - 352 F
0 - 352 F
0 - 1010 F
0 - 992 F
0 - 650 F
0 - 356 F
0 - 650 F
0 - 1074 F
0 - 460 F
0 - 356 F
0 - 460 F
0 - 705 F
0 - 356 F
0 - 597 F
0 - 927 F
0 - 927 F
0 - 705 F
0 - 1072 F
0 - 302 F

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
N/A

08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
08003-11.09
N/A

08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0017

BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA

BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA

TE-001G, TE-002G, TE-003G


TE-004G, TE-005G, TE-006G
TE-007G, TE-008G, TE-009G
TE-010G, TE-011G, TE-012G
TE-016G, TE-017G, TE-018G
TE-013G, TE-014G, TE-015G

3
3
3
3
3
3

12
12
12
12
12
12

649
475
356
260
177
177

20 ""WG (50 mbar)


20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Flue gas
Flue gas
Flue gas
Flue gas
Flue gas
Flue gas

Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Thermocouple

Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro
Temp-Pro

92
92
92
92
92
92

92-1-1-1-1-2-2-1-4-1-1-1-3
92-1-1-1-1-2-2-1-4-1-1-1-3
92-1-1-1-1-2-2-1-3-1-1-1-3
92-1-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-1-1-3
92-1-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-1-1-3
92-1-1-1-1-2-2-1-2-1-1-1-3

Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote
Remote

0 - 649 C
0 - 475 C
0 - 356 C
0 - 260 C
0 - 177 C
0 - 177 C

0 - 1200 F
0 - 887 F
0 - 673 F
0 - 500 F
0 - 351 F
0 - 351 F

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA
4-20mA

08003-11.10
08003-11.10
08003-11.10
08003-11.10
08003-11.10
08003-11.10

08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015

BM
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

BM
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

CP-001B
CP-001D, CP-002D
CP-200, CP-201, CP-202, CP-203
CP-500, CP-501, CP-502, CP-503
CP-835, CP-836, CP-837, CP-838
CP-340A, CP-340B, CP-341A, CP-341B
CP-600A, CP-600B, CP-601A, CP-601B
CP-915A, CP-915B, CP-916A, CP-916B

1
2*
4
4
4
4
4
4

4
4
16
16
16
16
16
16

150
178
343
238
178
579
374
314

3.5
8.5
150
31.5
8.5
150
31.5
8.5

20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW
SW

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam
Steam
Steam

Condensate Pot
Condensate Pot
Condensate Pot
Condensate Pot
Condensate Pot
Condensate Pot
Condensate Pot
Condensate Pot

Fluidic
Fluidic
Fluidic
Fluidic
Fluidic
Fluidic
Fluidic
Fluidic

ALSTOM_STD
ALSTOM_STD
ALSTOM_STD
ALSTOM_STD
ALSTOM_STD
ALSTOM_STD
ALSTOM_STD
ALSTOM_STD

113xx
113xx
113xx
113xx
113xx
113xx
113xx
113xx

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.15
08003-11.15
08003-11.15
08003-11.15
08003-11.15
08003-11.15
08003-11.15
08003-11.15

08003-1D0017
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014

BM

BM

LI-001B

150

3.5

40

N/A

N/A

N/A

Steam/Water

Level Indicator

Clark Reliance

08003-11.11

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-11.11

08003-1D0017

AA

AA

LI-200, LI-201

343

150

40

N/A

N/A

N/A

Steam/Water

Level Indicator

Clark Reliance

08003-11.11

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-11.11

08003-1D0012

AA

AA

24

579

150

N/A

N/A

15

NPT

Steam

Thermocouple

Temp-Pro

ST-855-1

ST-855-1

Remote

0 - 579 C

0 - 1074 F

N/A

N/A

4-20mA

08003-11.08

08003-1D0012

24

543

150

N/A

N/A

15

NPT

Steam

Thermocouple

Temp-Pro

ST-855-1

ST-855-1

Remote

0 - 543 C

0 - 1009 F

N/A

N/A

4-20mA

08003-11.08

08003-1D0012

IP Drum Level Gauge Assembly

AA

AA

LI-500, LI-501

238

31.5

40

N/A

N/A

N/A

Steam/Water

Level Indicator

Clark Reliance

08003-11.11

LP Drum Level Gauge Assembly

AA

AA

LI-835, LI-836

178

8.5

40

N/A

N/A

N/A

Steam/Water

Level Indicator

Clark Reliance

08003-11.11

C9 & 403RS
SIMPLIPORT P3119-ARR3-SG777LH-TB1.5-Outdoor
NEMA 4X-240VAC-PIW-TPS-PHOW-BOG
SIMPLIPORT P3014-SG854-TB1.5-Outdoor NEMA 4X 240VAC-PIW-TPS-PHOW-BOG
SIMPLIPORT C888 - SG854 - TB 1.5 - Outdoor
NEMA4X - 240 VAC - BOG

AA

AA

LI-001D (By Sterling)

1*

178

8.5

40

N/A

N/A

N/A

Steam/Water

Level Indicator

Sterling

D-5729-12

AA

AA

RD-200, RD-201, RD-202

12

343

150

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Steam/Water

Level Indicator

Clark Reliance

08003-11.14

HP Drum RWLI Assembly


HP Drum RWLI Electrode
HP Drum RWLI LCU
IP Drum RD (Remote Display)

AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA

RWLI-200
LE-200
CU-200
RD-400, RD-401, RD-402

1
1
1
3

4
4
4
12

343
343
343
238

150
150
150
31.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam/Water
Steam / Water

Level Indicator
Level Indicator
Level Indicator
Level Indicator

Clark Reliance
Clark Reliance
Clark Reliance
Clark Reliance

08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14

IP Drum RWLI
IP Drum RWLI Electrode
IP Drum RWLI LCU
LP Drum RD (Remote Display)

AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA

RWLI-500
LE-500
CU-500
RD-835, RD-836, RD-837

1
1
1
2

4
4
4
8

238
238
238
178

31.5
31.5
31.5
8.5

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Steam / Water
Steam / Water
Steam / Water
Steam / Water

Level Indicator
Level Indicator
Level Indicator
Level Indicator

Clark Reliance
Clark Reliance
Clark Reliance
Clark Reliance

AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA

RWLI-835
LE-835
CU-835

1
1
1

4
4
4

178
178
178

8.5
8.5
8.5

N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A

Steam / Water
Steam / Water
Steam / Water

Level Indicator
Level Indicator
Level Indicator

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

SNOZ-280
SNOZ-340
SNOZ-580
SNOZ-600
SNOZ-907
SNOZ-915
SNOZ-700

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

4
4
4
4
4
4
4

343
579
238
374
178
314
578

150
150
31.5
31.5
8.5
8.5
31.5

200
350
150
200
250
400
600

Welded
FLG
Welded
FLG
Welded
FLG
FLG

20
20
20
20
20
20
20

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam
Steam

BM
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

BM
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

MS-001B
MS-001D
MS-260
MS-340
MS-560
MS-600
MS-890
MS-701
MS-740
MS-780
MS-781

1
1*
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

4
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

150
178
343
579
238
341
178
314
366
578
578

3.5
8.5
150
150
31.5
31.5
8.5
8.5
31.5
31.5
31.5

400
200/250
250/250
300/100/80
150/150
150/40/80
200/200
200/80/350
300/300
250/200
350

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

File Name: 08003-11.01-11.xls

Process Range

SI (See Note 2)

Calibrated Range
English Units
(See Note 2)

PI-040
PI-001D
PI-100
PI-300
PI-340
PI-400
PI-700
PI-600
PI-800
PI-915
PI-740
PI-780

HPSH2 TMT

LP Drum RWLI
LP Drum RWLI Electrode
LP Drum RWLI LCU
14 SAMPLE NOZZLES
HP Drum Outlet Sample Nozzle
HP Stm Outlet Sample Nozzle
IP Drum Outlet Sample Nozzle
IP Stm Outlet Sample Nozzle
LP Drum Outlet Sample Nozzle
LP Stm Outlet Sample Nozzle
RH Stm Outlet Sample Nozzle
15 SILENCERS
Blowdown Tank Silencer
Deaerator Silencer
HP Drum Silencer
HP Stm Outlet Silencer
IP Drum Silencer
IP Stm Outlet Silencer
LP Drum Silencer
LP Stm Outlet Silencer
RH Stm Inlet Silencer
RH Stm Outlet Silencer
RH Stm Outlet Sky Vent Silencer

Calibrated Range

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

AA

Deaerator Tank Level Gauge Assembly


13 REMOTE WATER LEVEL INDICATORS
HP Drum RD (Remote Display)

Local/

45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 70 Bar + 50 1098SD + 50


1106S
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 14 Bar +501098S
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 250 Bar
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 250 Bar
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 250 Bar +501098ND
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 250 Bar
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 250 Bar
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 70 Bar +501098ND
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 70 Bar
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 14 Bar +501098S
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 70 Bar +501098ND
45 1279SSL 04L XNHSG 70 Bar +501098ND

AA

HP Drum Level Gauge Assembly

11

AA
AA

HPSH1 TMT

RHTR TMT
10 THERMOCOUPLES (Steam/Water Side)
Cond PRHTR FW TE
Cond PRHTR FW TE
Cond PRHTR Outlet TE
HP DSH Inlet TE
HP DSH Outlet TE
HP Econ Outlet TE
HP FW TE
HP FW TE
HP Stm Outlet TE
IP Econ Outlet TE
IP FW TE
IP FW TE
IP Stm Outlet TE
LP FW TE
LP Stm Outlet TE
RH DSH Inlet TE
RH DSH Outlet TE
RH Stm Inlet TE
RH Stm Outlet TE
Blowdown Tank Outlet TE
10 THERMOCOUPLES (Gas Side)
Inlet Duct TE
Module 1 TE
Module 2 TE
Module 3 TE
Stack TE
Transition Duct TE
11 CONDENSATE POTS
Blowdown Tank CP
Deaerator Tank CP
HP Drum CP
IP Drum CP
LP Drum CP
HP Stm Outlet Flow Trans. CP
IP Stm Outlet Flow Trans. CP
LP Stm Outlet Flow Trans. CP
12 LEVEL INDICATORS
11
Blowdown Tank LI

Item No.: 11.01


Rev. No.: 11
Date: 06/29/05
Doc. Type: E

INSTRUMENT LIST

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-11.11

08003-1D0013

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-11.11

08003-1D0014

Penberthy Magnetic - Flag Type w/ Duravalve #D20300D

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-11.11

08003-1D0016

Remote

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-11.14

08003-1D0012

Remote
Local
Local
Remote

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013

08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14

MTI-10
ELF3000-10-WP & ECIL-10R & MTI-10 & MTI-10 & MTI10
EL3000-10
ECIL-10R
MTI-10
EL1000-10-WP & ECIL-10R & MTI-10 & MTI-10 & MTI10
ELF1000-10
ECIL-10
MTI-12

Remote
Local
Local
Remote

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14

08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014

Clark Reliance
Clark Reliance
Clark Reliance

08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14

EL450-12WP & ECIL-12R MTI-12 & MTI-12 & MTI-12


ELF-450-12
ECIL-12

Remote
Local
Local

N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-11.14
08003-11.14
08003-11.14

08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014

Sample Nozzle
Sample Nozzle
Sample Nozzle
Sample Nozzle
Sample Nozzle
Sample Nozzle
Sample Nozzle

Alstom
Jonas
Alstom
Jonas
Alstom
Jonas
Jonas

D-902-5918
JA/ALS/04-02A
D-902-5918
JA/ALS/04-02C
D-902-5918
JA/ALS/04-02D
JA/ALS/04-02B

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-09.05
08003-09.06
08003-09.05
08003-09.06
08003-09.05
08003-09.06
08003-09.06

08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013

Silencer
Silencer
Silencer
Silencer
Silencer
Silencer
Silencer
Silencer
Silencer
Silencer
Silencer

Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach
Glaunach

244A11060
244A10060
244A02060
244A01060
244A04060
244A03060
244A06060
244A05060
244A07060
244A08060
244A09060

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01
08003-17.01

08003-1D0017
08003-1D0016
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0012
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0014
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013
08003-1D0013

By: FJS Chk'd: RGK

Page 2 of 4

ALSTOM POWER Inc.


Project Name: Nubaria Power Station I & II
Contract No.: 66008003

Rev

Cat
e Desc
gor
y

Item No.: 11.01


Rev. No.: 11
Date: 06/29/05
Doc. Type: E

INSTRUMENT LIST

OwnerS AlstomS
ystem ystem Tag Number
Locator Locator
Code
Code

16 INSTRUMENT MANIFOLDS
Blowdown Tank LT Manifold
Blowdown Tank After Cooling System DPIS
Cond PRHTR FIT Manifold
Cond PRHTR FW PI Manifold
Cond PRHTR FW PIT Manifold
Cond PRHTR Outlet PI Manifold
Cond PRHTR Outlet PIT Manifold
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line DPIS Manifold
Deaerator Storage Tank PI Manifold
Deaerator Storage Tank PIT Manifold
Deaerator Tank LT Manifold
HP Drum LT Manifold
HP Drum PI Manifold
HP Drum PIT Manifold
HP DSH FIT Manifold
HP DSH DPIS Manifold
HP DSH PIT Manifold
HP DSH PI Manifold
HP FW FIT Manifold
HP FW PI Manifold
HP FW PIT Manifold
HP FW PIT Manifold
HP Stm Outlet FIT Manifold
HP Stm Outlet PI Manifold
HP Stm Outlet PIT Manifold
IP Drum LT Manifold
IP Drum PI Manifold
IP Drum PIT Manifold
IP FW FIT Manifold
IP FW PI Manifold
IP FW PIT Manifold
IP FW PIT Manifold
IP Stm Outlet FIT Manifold
IP Stm Outlet PI Manifold
IP Stm Outlet PIT Manifold
Cond Recirc Pump Discharge PI Manifold
Cond. Recirc Pump Suction PIT Manifold
LP Drum LT Manifold
LP Drum PI Manifold
LP Drum PIT Manifold
LP FW FIT Manifold
LP FW PI Manifold
LP FW PIT Manifold
LP Stm Outlet FIT Manifold
LP Stm Outlet PI Manifold
LP Stm Outlet PIT Manifold
RH DSH Spray FIT Manifold
RH DSH Spray DPIS Manifold
RH DSH Spray PIT Manifold
RH DSH Spray PIT Manifold
RH Stm Inlet PI Manifold
RH Stm Inlet PIT Manifold
RH Stm Outlet PI Manifold
RH Stm Outlet PIT Manifold
Inlet Duct PIT Manifold
Transition Duct PIT Manifold
17 GAS TEST PORTS
CEMS TP
EPA TP

Qty

Qty
Total for
contract

DesignT

DesignP

Process
Conn

Process

Instrument

Instrument

Service

(C)

(barg)

(mm)

End Conn

Conn (mm)

End Conn

Description

Instrument Type

Vendor/Manuf

Manuf Drawing

Model Number

Local/

Calibrated Range

Process Range

Process Range

SI (See Note 2)

Calibrated Range
English Units
(See Note 2)

Remote

SI

English Units

Electrical
Range

Datasheet/Ref Number P&ID Drawing

BM
BM
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BA
BA

BM
BM
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
BA
BA

V-004B
V-014B
V-003, V-033
V-012
V-015, V-018
V-068
V-071, V-074
V-044
V-027D
V-024D, V-021D
V-044D, V-059D
V-210, V-225, V-232, V-247
V-270, V-279
V-273, V-276
V-302
V-323
V-307
V-332
V-104, V-132
V-117
V-120
V-123
V-363, V-368
V-350
V-344, V-347, V-369
V-510, V-532, V-547, V-V-525
V-570, V-579
V-573, V-576
V-413, V-423
V-402
V-405
V-408
V-627, V-632
V-620
V-614, V-617
V-056
V-052
V-845, V-860, V-867, V-882
V-895, V-912
V-898, V-901
V-813, V-832
V-802
V-805, V-808
V-938, V-943
V-927
V-930, V-933, V-950
V-702, V-734
V-721
V-707
V-710
V-744
V-747, V-750
V-795
V-789, V-792
V-001G, V-002G, V-003G
V-004G, V-005G, V-006G

1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1*
2*
2*
4
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
3
4
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
4
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
3

4
4
8
4
8
4
8
4
2
4
4
16
8
8
8
4
4
4
8
4
4
4
8
4
12
16
8
8
8
4
4
4
8
4
8
4
4
16
8
8
8
4
8
8
4
12
8
4
4
4
4
8
4
8
12
12

150
150
55
55
55
178
178
178
178
178
178
343
343
343
180
180
180
180
180
343
180
343
579
579
579
238
238
238
180
180
180
238
374
374
374
178
178
178
178
178
180
180
180
314
314
314
180
180
180
180
374
374
578
578
649
177

3.5
3.5
26
26
26
26
26
26
8.5
8.5
8.5
150
150
150
225
225
225
225
225
165.5
225
165.5
150
150
150
31.5
31.5
31.5
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
31.5
31.5
31.5
33.5
26
8.5
8.5
8.5
40
40
40
8.5
8.5
8.5
88.9
88.9
88.9
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.5
20 ""WG (50 mbar)
20 ""WG (50 mbar)

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT
NPT

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

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Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
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Steam/Water
Steam/Water
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Steam/Water
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Water
Water
Water
Water
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Water
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Water
Steam
Steam
Steam
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Water
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Water
Steam
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Water
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Water
Steam
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2-Valve Manifold
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2-Valve Manifold
2-Valve Manifold
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2-Valve Manifold
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2-Valve Manifold
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3-Valve Manifold
2-Valve Manifold
2-Valve Manifold
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Anderson Greenwood
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Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
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Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
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Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
Anderson Greenwood
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M1 3-Valve Manifold
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M1 3-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M1 3-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
MC 5-Valve Manifold
M1 3-Valve Manifold
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed
M25 Block & Bleed

MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M1VIS-4
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M1VIS-4
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M1VIS-4
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
MC5PHPS-4-XP-AM-R3V
M1VIS-4
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP
M25HPS-44F-XP

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Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
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Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
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08003-1D0017
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08003-1D0016
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08003-1D0015
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BA
BA

BA
BA

4
4

16
16

177
177

20 ""WG (50 mbar)


20 ""WG (50 mbar)

100
150

FLG
FLG

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

Flue gas
Flue gas

Test Port
Test Port

Alstom
Alstom

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

Local
Local

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015

Inlet Duct Flow Measuring TP


Inlet Duct Flow Measuring/NOx & O2 Monitoring
TP

BA

BA

20

649

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

50

FLG

N/A

N/A

Flue gas

Pressure Port

Alstom

N/A

N/A

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-1D0015

BA

BA

20

649

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

50

FLG

N/A

N/A

Flue gas

Pressure Port

Alstom

N/A

N/A

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-1D0015

Inlet Duct PT Conn

BA

BA

24

649

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

25

NPT

N/A

N/A

Flue gas

Pressure Port

Alstom

N/A

N/A

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-1D0015

Module 2 TP

BA

BA

24

475

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

50

FLG

N/A

N/A

Flue gas

Test Port

Alstom

N/A

N/A

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-1D0015

Module 3 TP

BA

BA

24

356

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

50

FLG

N/A

N/A

Flue gas

Test Port

Alstom

N/A

N/A

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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Module 4 TP

BA

BA

24

260

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

50

FLG

N/A

N/A

Flue gas

Test Port

Alstom

N/A

N/A

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-1D0015

Transition Duct PT Conn

BA

BA

24

177

20 ""WG (50 mbar)

25

NPT

N/A

N/A

Flue gas

Pressure Port

Alstom

N/A

N/A

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

08003-1D0015
08003-1D0015

Transition Duct TP
18 PUMPS
Cond PRHTR Recirc Line Pump
11 19 DEAERATOR STORAGE TANK LEVEL SWITCHES
DA Storage Tank High, High, High Level Switch
DA Storage Tank High, High Level Switch

BA

BA

TP-047G, TP-048G, TP-049G, TP-050G


TP-051G, TP-052G, TP-053G, TP-054G
TP-001G, TP-002G, TP-003G, TP-004G, TP005G
TP-006G, TP-007G, TP-008G, TP-009G, TP010G
TP-011G, TP-012G, TP-013G, TP-014G, TP015G, TP-016G
TP-017G, TP-018G, TP-019G, TP-020G, TP021G, TP-022G
TP-023G, TP-024G, TP-025G, TP-026G, TP027G, TP-028G
TP-029G, TP-030G, TP-031G, TP-032G, TP033G, TP-034G
TP-041G, TP-042G, TP-043G, TP-044G, TP045G, TP-046G
TP-035G, TP-036G, TP-037G, TP-038G, TP039G, TP-040G

24

177

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50

FLG

N/A

N/A

Flue gas

Test Port

Alstom

N/A

N/A

Local

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

AA

AA

PMP-040

178

26 / 33.5

150x80

FLG

N/A

N/A

Water

Pump

ITT

DG04021

3700 3x6-9 SX

Remote

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N/A

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481.8 psig

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AA

AA
AA

LS-001, LS-002, LS-003, LS-004(By Sterling)


LS-005, LS-006, LS-007, LS-008 (By Sterling)

4*
4*

8
8

178
178

8.5
8.5

15
15

NPT
NPT

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

Water
Water

Level Switch
Level Switch

Dwyer
Dwyer

5729-BOM
5729-BOM

F7-HSS
F7-HSS

Remote
Remote

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

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N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

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Notes:
1 Quantities shown are for One (1) unit. There are Four (4) units on this contract. Except for the quantities shown with "*" are for Two (2) units only.
For the complete tagging, prefix the tag number with the following:
For Four (4) units.:
For Two For Two (2) units with "*":
Unit 1A-System Locator Code
Unit 1 Unit 1
1X-System Locator Code
Unit 1B-System Locator Code
Unit 2 Unit 2
2X-System Locator Code
Unit 2A-System Locator Code
Unit 2B-System Locator Code
Tagging example as follows for Four (4) units.:
Tagging Tagging example with "*" as follows for Two (2) units.:
Unit 1A-AA-PI-001
Unit 1 Unit 1
1X-AA-PI-001D
Unit 1B-AA-PI-001
Unit 2 Unit 2
2X-AA-PI-001D
Unit 2A-AA-PI-001
Unit 2B-AA-PI-001
2 Calibrated ranges with "Metric Units" shall be used.
3 All pressure indicators in steam service shall be provided with siphons.
4 All dimensions are referenced to drum and blow down tank centerline.

File Name: 08003-11.01-11.xls

By: FJS Chk'd: RGK

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ALSTOM POWER Inc.


Project Name: Nubaria Power Station I & II
Contract No.: 66008003

Rev

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1 C1 02/27/04
2 C1 3/18/2004

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9 C2 10/25/04

10 C2 02/18/05

11 C2 6/29/2005

File Name: 08003-11.01-11.xls

Item No.: 11.01


Rev. No.: 11
Date: 06/29/05
Doc. Type: E

INSTRUMENT LIST

OwnerS AlstomS
ystem ystem Tag Number
Locator Locator
Code
Code

Qty

Qty
Total for
contract

DesignT

DesignP

Process
Conn

Process

Instrument

Instrument

Service

(C)

(barg)

(mm)

End Conn

Conn (mm)

End Conn

Description

Instrument Type

Vendor/Manuf

Manuf Drawing

Model Number

Local/

Calibrated Range

Remote

SI (See Note 2)

Calibrated Range
English Units
(See Note 2)

Process Range

Process Range

SI

English Units

Electrical
Range

Datasheet/Ref Number P&ID Drawing

Rev Log
Initial Release of Valve List
Revised per new pegging steam line configuration
Revised per customer tagging system (no four digit tags)
Removed FT-040, added FT-002, FT-101, FT-401 and FT-801.
Revised design pressure and design temperature.
Added PI-001, DPI-300, SNOZ-700, MS-781 and V-323.
Added PT, LT, FT, Silencer, cond pot, FE, PI, LI, RWLI, and TE information.
Added note 1 and column for total quantities.
Added additional instrument information colums per customer comments
Revised per customer comments, revised instrument tagging.
Revised Thermocouple model numbers for the gas side and Level Transmitter calibration ranges.
Added TMTs for HPSH2. Added PI for each drum. Added desup outlet thermocouples. Revised design pressures per information from customer.
Added SH & RH 2nd D/SH TE, corrected Condensate TE labels and location. Revised vendor information.
Revised PT/FT labels to PIT/FIT. Pressure/Flow transmitter descriptions were also modified to incorporate "indicating".
Changed "CPH Recirc pump min recirc RO" tag number to RO-042.
Revised manuf drawing numbers for FT, PT, PI, LTs and drum sampling nozzles. Added vendor information for Drum PIs.
Added V-369.
Revised calibrated ranges and process ranges for BD tank LT and Fes.
Revised set points for LI, LTs and RWLIs.
Added silencer process connection sizes.
Revised HP Level transmitter calibrated range. Revised test port connection sizes for inlet duct and transition duct.
Revised 5-valve manifold for diff press gages.Added manufacturing information on diff press gages.
Added LP stm PIT and TE. Added Owner system locator code.
Added DA Storage Tank Level Switches.

By: FJS Chk'd: RGK

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HRSG OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

SECTION 10: CONTRACT DRAWINGS


DRAWING LIST (ABRIDGED)
1.

08003-1E0012, Piping and Instrumentation diagram - High Pressure

2.

08003-1E0013, Piping and Instrumentation diagram - Intermediate Pressure

3.

08003-1E0014, Piping and Instrumentation diagram - Low Pressure

4.

08003-1E0015, Piping and Instrumentation diagram - Gas Side

5.

08003-1E0016, Piping and Instrumentation diagram Deaerator System

6.

08003-1E0017, Piping and Instrumentation diagram Blowdown Tank

7.

08003-1E0001, HRSG General Arrangement Right Side Elevation

8.

08003-1E0002, Upper Plan View

9.

08003-1E0003, Lower Plan View

10. 08003-1E0004, HRSG General Arrangement Left Side Elevation


11. 08003-1E0100, PPA, Side Elevation
12. 08003-1E0101, PPA, Section AA
13. 08003-1E0102, PPA, Section BB
14. 08003-1E0103, PPA, Section CC
15. 08003-1E0104, PPA, Section DD
16. 08003-1E0105, PPA, Section EE
17. 08003-1E0106, PPA, Section GG
18. 08003-1E1401, Steam Drum Internals 1829 mm (72") HP Drum
19. 08003-1E1411, Steam Drum Internals 1372 mm (54") HP Drum
20. 08003-1E1421, Steam Drum Internals 1524mm (60") HP Drum

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EPA PLATFORM

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9-V05-MBPR-00013
CONTRACT NO. : 66008003

UNIT NO. : 1A,1B,2A,2B

PIPING & INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAM - GAS SIDE


NOTES:
1. ALL TEST PORTS (TP) ARE 2" WITH
THREADED CAP UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
2. TEST PORTS WITH SUFFIXES A-C ARE TO
BE LOCATED ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE
HRSG WHILE TPs WITH SUFFIXES D-F ARE TO
BE LOCATED ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE
HRSG. UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN OR
NOTED.
3. FOR COMPLETE TAG NUMBER OF ANY
COMPONENT PREFIX TAG NUMBERS WITH
THE FOLLOWING:
MODULE 1, UNIT 1 = 1A BA
MODULE 1, UNIT 2 = 1B BA
MODULE 2, UNIT 1 = 2A BA
MODULE 2, UNIT 2 = 2B BA
4. SEE HIGH PRESSURE P&ID (08003-1D0012)
FOR LEGEND.

NUBARIA POWER STATION I & II


REF. DRAWINGS/DOCUMENTS:
1. VALVE LIST --------------------------------- ITEM NO.10.01
2. INSTRUMENT LIST ----------------------- ITEM NO.11.01
3. HIGH PRESSURE P&ID ----------------- 08003-1D0012
4. INTERMEDIATE PRESSURE P&ID -- 08003-1D0013
5. LOW PRESSURE P&ID------------------- 08003-1D0014
6. EXTERNAL DEAERATOR---------------- 08003-1D0016
7. BLOWDOWN TANK------------------------- 08003-1D0017

THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF

SCALE:

NONE

DRAWN BY: C.W.T


CHECKED BY: F.J.S

WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT 06095

DATE: 12/23/03
DATE: 12/23/03

WBS CODE: 55880000


DIRECTORY: P&ID\66008003
FILENAME: 08003D0015.VSD

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ALSTOM POWER, Inc.

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