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PLANT DRAINS SYSTEM

DSW Power PlantGas Turbine 1 (DSWPP-GT1)

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

System: Plant drains system

Sub System: N/A

Javier
Viudes
Molla

UDS

Name &
Org.
Signature
Prepared by

Juan
UDS
Molina
Carrascosa
Name &
Org.
Signature
Approved by

IFP

Revision Description

24/08/2015

Date

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Table of Content
1.

General Description object

2.

Functions of system

3.

Reference Document

4.

Mechanical Equipment list & battery limit.

10

5.

Instrument and control list and Description

12

6.

Operation Mode

19

7.

Alarm table and process data

22

8.

Interlock Table

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1. General Description object


1.1. Project Description
The DSW Power Plant (one gas turbine with generator, with their associated ancillary
equipment, bypass stack, Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) and one back pressure
Steam Turbine Generator (STG) is intended to generate electrical power and to produce the
high and low pressure steam needs from waste heat recovery. The power plant will have a
net output between 170 - 240 MW. The site is situated next to the Dead Sea in Israel at
385 m below sea level.
1.2. The goal
The scope of the present document is to give a global and complete description of the plant
drains system for designing the Power Plant for the Dead Sea Works (DSW) at Sodom.
The aim of this functional description is to complete and to extend the graphic information
reflected in the P&IDs diagrams.
1.3. Follow up table for revision

Revisio
n
0

20/12/2012

30/08/2013

25/11/2013

24/08/2015

Date

Reason for the


revision
First issue
UDS/DWS
comments and
general project
updating (IFP)
UDS comments
and general
project
updating (IFP)
General project
updating

Prepare
d by
JQS

Reviewe
d by
FSM

Approve
d by
IFP

JQS

FSM

IFP

MGS

FSM

IFP

JVM

JMC

JMC

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2. Functions of system
2.1. System Description
The function of the drainage network is to collect the drains from different areas and
equipment by gravity to be delivered to the disposal points of the plant. The plant drains
system is divided in three different systems according to the type of fluid drained: oily
water, clean process area water and sanitary sewer water.
The oily water is collected in sump pits and pumped to the Waste Water Treatment Plant
(WWTP), previously sent to an oil separator skid. The clean water and the sanitary sewer
drains are disposed by gravity collected in the underground pipes.
The underground pipe lines are made of polypropylene (PP151). Carbon steel (A112)
cannot be used due to the high corrosion of the soil. When the drain water is pumped out
from the pits or sent through the rack, the pipes are made of carbon steel instead of
polypropylene.
The main functions of the plant drains system is to collect and disposal the drainages from
three different points:
-

Oily water drains: drainages from areas and equipment that might have oil and
hydrocarbons dissolved. They are sent to a sump pit, and pumped from the pit to
purified in an oil separator skid the WWTP/neutralization basin.
For the oily water network there are four sump

pits:

GT east side pit: collects the oily water drain from gas turbine building east
side.
1. Fuel-oil supply system.
2. Lube-oil and fuel gas skid.
3. Blow-off system.

GT west side pit: collects the oily water drain from gas turbine building west
side.
1. Floor drains.
2. Compressor wash water package (mobile).

ST west side pit: collects the oily water drain from steam turbine building
west side.

ST east side pit: collects the oily water drain from steam turbine building east
side.

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Clean water drains: water from areas with no oil dissolved, delivered to the
waste water treatment plant (WWTP). The clean water drainages has two main
pipe lines entering the WWTP:

Utilities area:
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

Sanitary sewer drain: water from buildings and toilets. It is discharged to the
DSW sewage discharge (TP16). The sanitary water comes from:
o
o

Water treatment plant drains.


Main condensate pumps and filters area.
New condensate tank drain.
Filtered water storage tank drain.
HRSG blowdown tempering pumps area.
Service water distribution group area.
Feed RO and backwashing MMF pumps area.
Demineralized water make-up pumps area.
CCP backwashing and CCP regeneration pumps area.
Demineralized water auxiliary services pumps area.
Demineralized water bromine plant area.
Demineralized water tank drain.
HRSG Blowdown tank drain sump pit.
Feed water pumps and floor drains.
HRSG sampling skid.
Flash tank 1 drain sump pit.
Flash tank 2 drain sump pit.

Water treatment plant building toilets.


Office building toilets.

Buried sump pits: flash tank 1, flash tank 2 and blowdown tank drainages,
coming from each overflow line, are collected in individual sump pits for each
tank. Flash tank 1, Flash tank 2 and blowdown tank drain are pumped out to the
clean water network.

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Oily water drainage network

The oily network is divided in four different sump pits to be pumped then to the WWTP.
Previously is passed through the oil separator.
The GT building east side sump pit collects the drainage from the east side of this building.
The drained water from each building is collected in a water channel and sent by gravity to
the oily network. Starting from the highest point of the plant, there is a water channel in
the gas turbine (East side) collecting the drainage from the fuel-oil supply system, the lube
oil and fuel gas skid and the blow off system. Before leaving the buildings there are
installed fire traps, to avoid a fire spread in case of spillage or retaining walls failure. These
traps consist of a small pot to separate the water from the oil due to the density difference
so the fire does not enter the oily network. After the fire trap the drain is sent to the sump
pit through the line D88OWD05 BR001.
The GT east side drain sump pit consist of a buried pit where are collected the drains from
the GT building east side and pumped out by one pneumatic pump D88-36-M-00675/13
when there is a high level inside the pit. The level within the pit is controlled by a waterlevel buoy. When there is a high level (LSH 22014) the pump is started. The pumping is
interrupted when the buoy senses low level (LSL 22015).
The pump has a discharge line (D88CWD15 BR001) with a pressure gauge (D88CWD15
PI22013), a swing check valve (D88CWD15 AA501) and an isolation gate valve
(D88CWD15 AA502). This discharge line is supported on the rack to be disposed in the oily
water drain tank. Then this water is passed through the oil separator to be sent to the
WWTP.
The GT west side drain sump pit consist of a buried pit where are collected the drains from
the GT building west side and pumped out by one pneumatic pump D88-36-M-00675/14
when there is a high level inside the pit. The level within the pit is controlled by a waterlevel buoy. When there is a high level (LSH 22032) the pump is started. The pumping is
interrupted when the buoy senses low level (LSL 22033).
The pump has a discharge line (D88CWD30 BR001) with a pressure gauge (D88CWD30
PI22031), a swing check valve (D88CWD30 AA501) and an isolation gate valve
(D88CWD30 AA502). This discharge line is supported on the rack to be disposed in the oily
water drain tank. Then this water is passed through the oil separator to be sent to the
WWTP.
The ST west side drain sump pit consist of a buried pit where are collected the drains from
the GT building west side and pumped out by one pneumatic pump D88-36-M-00675/15
when there is a high level inside the pit. The level within the pit is controlled by a waterlevel buoy. When there is a high level (LSH 22035) the pump is started. The pumping is
interrupted when the buoy senses low level (LSL 22036).

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The pump has a discharge line (D88CWD45 BR001) with a pressure gauge (D88CWD45
PI22034), a swing check valve (D88CWD45AA501) and an isolation gate valve (D88CWD45
AA502). This discharge line is supported on the rack to be disposed in the oily water drain
tank. Then this water is passed through the oil separator to be sent to the WWTP.
The ST east side drain sump pit consist of a buried pit where are collected the drains from
the GT building west side and pumped out by one pneumatic pump D88-36-M-00675/16
when there is a high level inside the pit. The level within the pit is controlled by a waterlevel buoy. When there is a high level (LSH 22038) the pump is started. The pumping is
interrupted when the buoy senses low level (LSL 22039).
The pump has a discharge line (D88CWD60 BR001) with a pressure gauge (D88CWD60
PI22037), a swing check valve (D88CWD60 AA501) and an isolation gate valve
(D88CWD60 AA502). This discharge line is supported on the rack to be disposed in the oily
water drain tank. Then this water is passed through the oil separator to be sent to the
WWTP.
2.2.2.

Clean water network

The function of the clean water drain network is to collect and distribute by gravity the
drainage from the utilities area to the waste water treatment plant and drains from Flash
tank 1, Flash tank 2 and Blowdown tank. All the pipe lines are underground, except the
lines from Flash tank 1, Flash tank 2 and Blowdown tank.
There are two main headers (D88CWD09 BR001 and D88CWD39 BR001) collecting the
water drains from all the areas. For D88CWD09 BR001 and starting with the most distant
area from the water tanks storage area, the drainage points are:

Main condensate pumps and filters (D88CWD09 BR001).


Flash tank 1 (D88CWD12 BR002).
Flash tank 2 (D88CWD15 BR002).
Filtered water storage tank (D88CWD18 BR001).
HRSG blowdown tempering pumps and service water distribution group areas
(D88CWD21 BR001).
Blowdown tank (D88CWD25 BR002).
Feed water pumps area (D88CWD27 BR001).
Sampling skid (D88CWD30 BR001).
Feed RO and backwashing MMF pumps (D88CWD33 BR001).
Demineralized water make-up pumps (D88CWD36 BR001).

For D88CWD99 BR001, the drainage points are:

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Demineralized water auxiliary service and bromine plant pumps (D88CWD45


BR001).
Water treatment plant area (D88CWD39 BR001) RO drains, CPP drains and MMF
drains.
Demineralized water storage tank (D88CWD48 BR001).
CPP regeneration pumps and CPP backwashing pumps (D88CWD42 BR001).
There is a main line from the WWTP discharge pumps (D88CWD51 BR001) to the DSW
process and effluent treatment plant (TP11) where it is delivered all the power plant drains.
The flash tank 1 sump pit has a water-level buoy with three levels (LSHH 22016, LSH 22017
and LSL 220218), two discharge lines (D88CWD12 BR010/020) with pressure gauges
(D88CWD12 PI22022/023), swing check valves (D88CWD12 AA501/503) and isolation gate
valves (D88OWD12 AA502/504). The discharge header (D88CWD12 BR001) is buried
(D88CWD12 BR002) before delivering the water to the clean water collector drain line
(D88CWD09 BR001).
The flash tank 2 sump pit has a water-level buoy with three levels (LSHH 22026, LSH 22027
and LSL 220228), two discharge lines (D88CWD15 BR010/020) with pressure gauges
(D88CWD15 PI22022/023), swing check valves (D88CWD15 AA501/503) and isolation gate
valves (D88OWD15 AA502/504). The discharge header (D88CWD15 BR001) is buried
(D88CWD15 BR002) before delivering the water to the clean water collector drain line
(D88CWD09 BR001).
The HRSG blowdown tank sump pit has a water-level buoy with three levels (LSHH 22019,
LSH 22020 and LSL 22021), two discharge lines (D88CWD25 BR010/020) with pressure
gauges (D88CWD25 PI22024/025), swing check valves (D88CWD25 AA501/503) and
isolation gate valves (D88CWD25 AA502/504). The discharge header (D88CWD25 BR001)
is buried (D88CWD25 BR002) before delivering the water to the clean water collector drain
line (D88CWD09 BR001).

2.2.3.

Sanitary sewer network

This system collects the sanitary water from the water treatment plant (D88SS_10 BR001)
and the office building (D88SS_15 BR001) toilets. The main pipe line delivers the sanitary
drained water to the DSW sewage discharge (TP 16).

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Reference Document
3.1. List of P&ID

88-36-01-121: P&ID. Plant drains system rev.8

3.2. List of other documents

0331-ESP-ING-000-060-0001:
Specifications.

0331-CAL-ING-000-010-0002: Hydraulic Calculation Report. Vertical centrifugal


pumps.

0331-ESP-ING-000-010-0001: Mechanical design criteria.

88-30-01-130: General layout Power block.

88-31-01-104: Gas turbine building layout.

88-33-01-102: Steam turbine building layout.

2BES550834: Alstom flash tank Remarks.

121431-DR-N-01: Atmospheric blow off tank general assembly.

0331-ESP-ING-000-060-0003: Thermal Insulation Specification.

Parsons DWS EPC ESPECIFICATION vol.1.

88-35-01-100: Nirosoft WTP and WWTP P&IDs.

0331-LIS-NIR-012-10-002: Nirosoft Battery limit List.

Piping,

valves

and

accessories

Technical

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Mechanical Equipment list & battery limit.

Included & connected to this description


Equipment number

Equipment Type

Equipment Functionality

1 D-88-36-M00675/13

Pneumatic
centrifugal pumps

Delivers oily water from the GT east


side sump pit to the oily water drain
tank

2 D-88-36-M00675/14

Pneumatic
centrifugal pumps

Delivers oily water from the GT west


side sump pit to the oily water drain
tank

3 D-88-36-M00675/15

Pneumatic
centrifugal pumps

Delivers oily water from the ST west


side sump pit to the oily water drain
tank

4 D-88-36-M00675/16

Pneumatic
centrifugal pumps

Delivers oily water from the ST east


side sump pit to the oily water drain
tank

5 D-88-31-M00675/11-12

Vertical
centrifugal pumps

Delivers clean water from the flash


tank 1 drain sump pit to the clean
water network

6 D-88-36-M00675/09-10

Vertical
centrifugal pumps

Delivers clean water from the flash


tank 2 drain sump pit to the clean
water network

7 D-88-36-M00675/07-08

Vertical
centrifugal pumps

Delivers clean water from the HRSG


Blowdown tank drain sump pit to the
clean water network

8 BL 114

Nirosoft
limit

battery Clean water drainage from R010B


brine flash drains.

9 BL 115

Nirosoft
limit

battery Clean water drainage from R010B


brine flash drains.

13 BL 308

Nirosoft
limit

battery Clean water drainage to the waste


water treatment plant

14 BL 307

Nirosoft

battery Water from the waste water treatment

Note

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Equipment number

Equipment Type

Equipment Functionality

limit

plant pit

15 TP 16

DSW battery limit

Sanitary sewer water to the DSW


Sewage discharge

16 TP 11 A/B

DSW battery limit

Water pumped from the waste water


treatment plant pit to the DSW
process
and
surface
effluent
treatment plant

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Instrument and control description

5.1. Instrument list


Tag Number

Instrument Type

Function

LSH -22014
LSH -22032
LSH -22035
LSH -22038
LSH -22017
LSH -22027
LSH -22020
LSHH -22016
LSHH -22026
LSHH -22019
LSL -22015
LSL -22033
LSL -22036
LSL -22039
LSL -22018
LSL -22028
LSL -22021
PI -22013
PI -22031
PI -22034
PI -22037
PI -22001
PI -22002
PI -22003
PI -22004
PI -22022
PI -22023
PI -22024
PI -22025
PI -22029
PI -22030

Level switch - DSW


Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Level switch - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW
Pressure Indicator - DSW

Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pressure

5.2. Valve list.

N/A

Measuring
Range & Unit
011 bar g
011 bar g
011 bar g
011 bar g
-1-5 bar g
-1-5 bar g
-1-4 bar g
-1-4 bar g
-1-4 bar g
-1-4 bar g
-1-4 bar g
-1-4 bar g
-1-4 bar g
-1-4 bar g

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5.3. Redundant controller list.


N/A
5.4. I/O list to DCS.
Tag Number
LSH -22014
LSL -22015
XS-22014
LSH -22017
LSH -22020
LSH -22027
LSH -22032
LSL -22033
XS-22032
LSHH -22016
LSHH -22019
LSHH -22026
LSH -22035
LSL -22036
XS-22035
LSL -22018
LSL -22021
LSL -22028
LSH -22038
LSL -22039
XS-22038
HS -22078
MA -22080
ML -22079
MLL -22081
XS -22077

Signal Type
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24Vdc (solenoid)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24Vdc (solenoid)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24Vdc (solenoid)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24Vdc (solenoid)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24 Vdc

5.5. I/O list to ESD.

N/A

Tag Number
HS -22083
MA -22085
ML -22084
MLL -22086
XS -22082
HS -22062
MA -22064
ML -22063
MLL -22075
XS -22060
HS -22052
MA -22054
ML -22053
MLL -22072
XS -22050
HS -22088
HS -22093
MA -22090
MA -22095
ML -22089
ML -22094
MLL -22091
MLL -22096
XS -22087
XS -22092

Signal Type
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24 Vdc
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24 Vdc
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24 Vdc
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DI (Potential free)
DO 24 Vdc
DO 24 Vdc

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5.6. Control
System drives will be monitored and controlled from the operation screens of the operating
stations installed in the main control room. In order to control and supervise the regulating
stations, the system includes automatic-manual stations by means of which the operator
can select the control mode (automatic or manual), modify the set point in specific cases
and operates the final control element according to demand. In order to adjust a
parameter, the automatic-manual station has auto-manual and up-down buttons, as well as
selection areas. In manual mode, the demand of the final element will be established by the
operator from the station and will be independent of the control loop; when selected in
automatic mode, the demand will come from the programme regulator in the control
system.
The pumps may be operated through the Distributed Control System (DCS) or locally, using
the CCM switchboard (START/STOP and LOCAL/REMOTE).
Plant drains system has a complete automation that allows control each system from DCS
so, if required, system shall be stopped or will actuate required conditions.
The control and system supervision, control loops descriptions, and the logics of control
protection of the most relevant actuations as well as the plant drains system are indicated
next:
Regulation Loops:
1. Level control in GT east side sump pit (LIC-22014)
2. Level control in GT west side sump pit (LIC-22032)
3. Level control in ST east side sump pit (LIC-22035)
4. Level control in ST west side sump pit (LIC-22038)
Logics control and protections:
Vertical pumps control.
Flash tank 1 drain sump pit pumps
Flash tank 2 drain sump pit pumps.
HRSG blowdown tank drain sump pit pumps.

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5.7. Control loops


5.7.1. Level control in oily water sump pit (LIC-22014)

Process variable: Level in the GT sump pit. This variable is measured by one high
level switch (LAH-22014) and one low level switch (LAL-22015).

Loop action: On/Off controller.


The Final control element: The final control element is the solenoid valve XV-22014.
When high level switch signal is activated the solenoid is excited and the valve lets the air
inlet to the pneumatic pump D88-36-M-00675/13, which takes out the oily water of the
sump pit. The pumps is running until the low level switch is activated.
In case the low level switch signal is activated the solenoid is deenergized and the valve
closes and cut off the air inlet to the pump, which is stopped.
5.7.2. Level control in oily water sump pit (LIC-22032)

Process variable: Level in the GT sump pit. This variable is measured by one high
level switch (LAH-22032) and one low level switch (LAL-22033).

Loop action: On/Off controller.


The Final control element: The final control element is the solenoid valve XV-22032.
When high level switch signal is activated the solenoid is excited and the valve lets the air
inlet to the pneumatic pump D88-36-M-00675/14, which takes out the oily water of the
sump pit. The pumps is running until the low level switch is activated.
In case the low level switch signal is activated the solenoid is deenergized and the valve
closes and cut off the air inlet to the pump, which is stopped.
5.7.3. Level control in oily water sump pit (LIC-22035)

Process variable: Level in the GT sump pit. This variable is measured by one high
level switch (LAH-22035) and one low level switch (LAL-22036).

Loop action: On/Off controller.

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The Final control element: The final control element is the solenoid valve XV-22035.
When high level switch signal is activated the solenoid is excited and the valve lets the air
inlet to the pneumatic pump D88-36-M-00675/15, which takes out the oily water of the
sump pit. The pumps is running until the low level switch is activated.
In case the low level switch signal is activated the solenoid is deenergized and the valve
closes and cut off the air inlet to the pump, which is stopped.
5.7.4. Level control in oily water sump pit (LIC-22038)

Process variable: Level in the GT sump pit. This variable is measured by one high
level switch (LAH-22038) and one low level switch (LAL-22039).

Loop action: On/Off controller.


The Final control element: The final control element is the solenoid valve XV-22038.
When high level switch signal is activated the solenoid is excited and the valve lets the air
inlet to the pneumatic pump D88-36-M-00675/16, which takes out the oily water of the
sump pit. The pumps is running until the low level switch is activated.
In case the low level switch signal is activated the solenoid is deenergized and the valve
closes and cut off the air inlet to the pump, which is stopped.
5.8. Logic control and protections
5.8.1. Flash tank 1 drain sump pit pumps (D88-31-M-00675/11/12)
There are two vertical pumps in sump pit.
Operation:
The pumps may be operated through the Distributed Control System (DCS) or
locally, using the CCM switchboard (START/STOP).
While level is rising, one pump must start up when high level (LSH-22017) is
reached and the second pump must start up when high high level (LSHH-22016) is
reached. While level is falling, the second pump must stop when high level is
reached. The first pump must stop when low level (LSL-22018) is reached.

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Start-up permissions:
Not activated low level switch LSL-22018.
Stop permission:
The pumps do not have permission requirements for stopping at any time.
Trips:
The pumps do not have any trips.
Selection:

The DCS, through a selector, shall star the pump with less hours of operation.
The selector is able to start the two pumps simultaneously when high high level
switch is active.

5.8.2. Flash tank 2 drain sump pit pumps (D88-36-M-00675/09/10)


There are two vertical pumps in sump pit.
Operation:
The pumps may be operated through the Distributed Control System (DCS) or
locally, using the CCM switchboard (START/STOP).
While level is rising, one pump must start up when high level (LSH-22027) is
reached and the second pump must start up when high high level (LSHH-22026) is
reached. While level is falling, the second pump must stop when high level is
reached. The first pump must stop when low level (LSL-22028) is reached.
Start-up permissions:
Not activated low level switch LSL-22028.
Stop permission:
The pumps do not have permission requirements for stopping at any time.
Trips:
The pumps do not have any trips.

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Selection:

The DCS, through a selector, shall star the pump with less hours of operation.
The selector is able to start the two pumps simultaneously when high high level
switch is active.

5.8.3. HRSG blowdown tank drain sump pit pumps (D88-36-M-00675/07/08)


There are two vertical pumps in sump pit.
Operation:
The pumps may be operated through the Distributed Control System (DCS) or
locally, using the CCM switchboard (START/STOP).
While level is rising, one pump must start up when high level (LSH-22020) is
reached and the second pump must start up when high high level (LSHH-22019) is
reached. While level is falling, the second pump must stop when high level is
reached. The first pump must stop when low level (LSL-22021) is reached.
Start-up permissions:
Not activated low level switch LSL-22021.
Stop permission:
The pumps do not have permission requirements for stopping at any time.
Trips:
The pumps do not have any trips.
Selection:

The DCS, through a selector, shall star the pump with less hours of operation.
The selector is able to start the two pumps simultaneously when high high level
switch is active.

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6.

Operation Mode
6.1. Preparations of the system

Before the start-up, the following points must be verified:

System alignment (only after long/maintenance outage and manual operations)


Instrumentation in operation.
Operating Distributed Control System (DCS) with absence of alarms or active
interlocks.
Adequate water level in the sump pits.
MCCs and required electrical devices are energized.
Normal oil level in vertical pumps and motor bearings, if required.
All motors in remote control mode in MCC.

6.2. Start-up
The start-up of the system is not included in the automatic start-up of the Plant (Overall
System Description 0331-MEM-ING-000-010-0010), but must be performed manually.
Once these actions have been verified the procedure below must be carried out:
1.
2.

Verify the level of the sump pits (LSHH-22016/019/26; LSH-22014/32/35/38


/17/20/27; LSL-22018/22021/28).
Set the solenoid and pumps in automatic mode and start the system.

6.3. Normal operation


In normal operation the pumps are running if they are required for each sump pit level
control.
The system normal operation is described in paragraph 5 of this document: "Description of
the system".

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Moreover, during normal operation the actions to be carried out by operators will be limited
to check a serial of parameters in order to assure the correct performances of the system. The
main points would be:

Verify sump pits level is within normal range (no alarm).


Verify the discharge pressures are within normal range (no alarm).

6.4. Stop
The plant drains system will be stopped in manual mode as well. The shutdown of the
system will be operated manually and following the next sequence:

Verify if level in the sump pits is within operating range.


Set to manual and stop the pumps of the system.
Lead all the system to safe position.

6.5. Operation mode table

Mode

Equipment

Controlled

Control system

Parameter
1.

Start - up
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5.

1.6.

1.7.

GT east side
drains sump pit
GT west side
drains sump pit
ST east side
drains sump pit
ST west side
drains sump pit
Flash tank 1
drain sump pit

Auto mode activated

XSY-22014-L

Auto mode activated

XSY-22032-L

Auto mode activated

XSY-22035-L

Auto mode activated

XSY-22038-L

Functional group in LSHH 22016


auto
LSH 22017
LSL 22018
Flash tank 2 Functional group in LSHH 22026
drain sump pit
auto
LSH 22027
LSL 22028
Blowdown tank Functional group in LSHH 22019
drain sump pit
auto
LSH 22020
LSL 22021

Note

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Mode

Equipment

Controlled

Control system

Parameter
2.

Normal
Operation
2.1.

GT east side
drains sump pit
GT west side
drains sump pit
ST east side
drains sump pit
ST west side
drains sump pit
Flash tank 1
drain sump pit

2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.

Oily water level


Oily water level
Oily water level
Oily water level
Water level

2.6.

Flash tank 2 Water level


drain sump pit

2.7.

Blowdown tank Water level


drain sump pit

3.

LSH-22014
LSL-22015
LSH-22032
LSL-22033
LSH-22035
LSL-22036
LSH-22038
LSL-22039
LSHH 22016
LSH 22017
LSL 22018
LSHH 22026
LSH 22027
LSL 22028
LSHH 22019
LSH 22020
LSL 22021

Stop
(manually)
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
3.6.
3.7.

GT east side
drains sump pit
GT west side
drains sump pit
ST east side
drains sump pit
ST west side
drains sump pit
Flash tank 1
drain sump pit
Flash tank 2
drain sump pit
Blowdown tank
drain sump pit

Auto mode
XSY-22014-L
deactivated
Auto
mode XSY-22032-L
deactivated
Auto
mode XSY-22035-L
deactivated
Auto
mode XSY-22038-L
deactivated
Functional group in manual
Functional group in manual
Functional group in manual

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Alarm table and process data

7.

Instrument Tag
No.

Num

Mechanical
Equipment
Description

Engineer Measurem
Units

ent Span

LL

Alarm, Set Point


*=Interlock (note 1,2 )
OPER
HIGH
LOW

mm

LAHH-22016
LAH-22017
LAL-22018

Flash tank 1 drain


sump pit
(measured from the
ground level)

-2600

mm

LAHH-22026
LAH-22027
LAL-22028
2

Flash tank 2 drain


sump pit
(measured from the
ground level)

-3250

Low alarm. Stop pump 1

mm

mm

High alarm (with rising


level)
Start up pump 1

-2850

-2600

mm

-2850
-3250

High High alarm. Start


up pump 2
High alarm (with level
falling)
Stop pump 2

-2850

mm

Alarm Description
High alarm (with rising
level)
Start up pump 1

-2850

mm

mm

HH

High High alarm. Start


up pump 2
High alarm (with level
falling)
Stop pump 2
Low alarm. Stop pump 1

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Instrument Tag
No.

Num

Mechanical
Equipment
Description

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Engineer Measurem
Units

ent Span

LL

Alarm, Set Point


*=Interlock (note 1,2 )
OPER
HIGH
LOW

mm
3

LAHH-22019
LAH-22020
LAL-22021

HRSG blowdown
tank drain sump pit
(measured from the
ground level)

-1800

mm

-1500

mm
mm

-1800
-2250

Alarm Description

HH

High alarm (with rising


level)
Start up pump 1
High High alarm. Start
up pump 2
High alarm (with level
falling)
Stop pump 2
Low alarm. Stop pump 1

Note 1: Add * where the Process Value is different than the S.P. Details see Table 8.Values are defined in the Signal list
Note 2 This values will be adjusted in the commissioning stage.

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N/A

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Interlock Table