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TURBINE CONTROL SYSTEM – UNITS 1 AND 2

TRAINING SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (HT-CS20-SD)
PACIFICORP
HUNTINGTON POWER PLANT

September 18, 2002

PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 - Turbine Control System
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PREFACE

This System Description has been designed to assist you in meeting the requirements of Module
(HT-CS20-1&2) of the Plant Operator Training Program. It contains information about the
Huntington Plant Unit 1 and Unit 2 Turbine Control Systems. This includes each systems
purpose, flow path, and details about major system components and operation.

The Operator(s) is/are responsible for learning the information contained in this document. The
Operator(s) is/are also responsible for obtaining any required certifications and making proper
inspections, logging/recording, reporting, minimizing wastewater and excessive emissions.

A separate document, System Operating Procedure (HT-CS20-SOP), covers detailed operation of
the Turbine Control System.

Safety of personnel performing duties must be in accordance with the PacifiCorp Power Safety
and Operation Rules Handbook.

Employees need to be aware of environmental impacts involved with this system. Improper
operation of this system could cause contamination, excess wastewater and excessive emissions.
Any leak and/or spill that discharges to the floor drains or to State waters must be reported
immediately as outlined in the PacifiCorp Spill and Counter Measure Plan.

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UNITS 1 AND 2 - TURBINE CONTROL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 Introduction.......................................................................................................................5
1.1 System Purpose.................................................................................................................5
1.2 Basic System Description.................................................................................................5
1.2.1 System Data......................................................................................................................7
1.3 System Flow Path.............................................................................................................7
2.0 Major System Components...............................................................................................9
2.1 Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir................................................................................................9
2.1.1 Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir Data......................................................................................13
2.1.2 Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir Controls................................................................................14
2.2 Hydraulic Fluid Pumps...................................................................................................15
2.2.1 Hydraulic Fluid Pumps Data..........................................................................................19
2.2.2 Hydraulic Fluid Pumps Controls....................................................................................19
2.3 Hydraulic Fluid Supply...................................................................................................20
2.3.1 Hydraulic Fluid Supply Controls....................................................................................21
2.4 Servo Valves...................................................................................................................22
2.4.1 Servo Valve Controls......................................................................................................24
2.5 Hydraulic Fluid Return, Transfer and Filtering..............................................................25
2.5.1 Hydraulic Fluid Transfer and Filtering Data..................................................................27
2.5.2 Hydraulic Fluid Transfer and Filtering Controls............................................................27
2.6 Ovation Turbine Control System....................................................................................28
2.6.2 Overspeed Protection Control.........................................................................................31
2.6.3 Turbine Control Modes...................................................................................................35
2.6.4 Feedback Controllers......................................................................................................37
2.6.5 Limiters...........................................................................................................................39
2.6.6 Starting And Shutting Down...........................................................................................41
2.6.7 Valve Testing...................................................................................................................45
3.0 System Operation............................................................................................................48

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Turbine Control Valves List of Drawings: Drawing 1 . 2002 Page 4 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD List of Figures: Figure 1 –Unit 1 Hydraulic Power Unit Figure 2 – Hydraulic Power Unit Heater and Fan Arrangement Figure 3 .Hydraulic Fluid Pump Figure 4 – Hydraulic Power Unit Skid Mounted Pressure Gauges Figure 5 .PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .Turbine Control System Block Diagram Drawing 2 – Electro Hydraulic Control Fluid Supply Drawing 3 – Electro Hydraulic Control Fluid Return Drawing 4 – EHC Fluid Filtering System Drawing 5 – EHC Fluids Diagram Drawing 6 – Emergency Trip System Revision 0 – September 18.

Transfer and Filtering 6. the purpose of the Turbine Control System. load control and flow control by controlling the operation of the main steam stop valves. from memory. Draw a simplified Turbine Control System diagram. List the normal Turbine Control System operating parameters. State.2 Basic System Description A block diagram of the Turbine Control System is illustrated on Drawing 1. from memory.1 System Purpose The purpose of the Turbine Control/Electro Hydraulic Control System is to provide turbine speed control. 3. State. combined reheat steam valves and main steam control valves. Hydraulic Fluid Return. Hydraulic Fluid Supply 4. Servo Valves 5. The Turbine Control System is made up of the following major components: 1. 1. 2002 Page 5 . Ovation Turbine Control System Revision 0 – September 18. 1.0 Introduction Chapter Objectives: Describe the purpose of the Turbine Control System. 4. The control medium is high- pressure hydraulic fluid provided by the Electro Hydraulic Control System (EHC). Describe the flow path and how the Turbine Control System performs its functions.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 1.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 1. the names and purpose of the major Turbine Control System components. Hydraulic Power Unit Fluid Reservoir 2. Hydraulic Fluid Pumps 3. 2.

and monitoring of the Turbine Generator during normal Unit operation. Revision 0 – September 18. 2002 Page 6 . unloading. Hydraulic Fluid Return lines route fluid flowing from the actuators through the in service cooler prior to directing the fluid back to the reservoir for re-use. It can monitor and control the Turbine Generator during startup. protection. Each unit’s Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir stores hydraulic fluid used in the Electro Hydraulic Control (EHC) System.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . The GE Electro-Hydraulic Control System provides control. Servo Valves receive electrical input/position signals and port high-pressure hydraulic fluid as required to properly position the Main Steam Stop Valve. Fluid in the Reservoir may be filtered or transferred as would occur during filling of the reservoir as a part of the Transfer and Filter System. and shut down of the Unit.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Each unit is equipped with a Hydraulic Power unit. The Hydraulic Power Unit provides pressurized EHC Fluid for use by the Electrohydraulic Control System. The Trip System. The pressurized Hydraulic Fluid Supply acts as the motive force for positioning hydraulic actuators and pressurizing the Emergency Trip System. also fed from the fluid supply pressurizes the valve actuator disk dumps to allow fluid supply to pressurize the associated valve actuators. Control Valves and Combined Reheat/Intercept Valves. loading. Hydraulic Fluid Pumps/EHC Pumps draw fluid from the reservoir and pressurizes this fluid.

Each servomotor uses a small electrical signal from the Turbine control system to position the servomotor to allow positioning of its valve using the high pressure Hydraulic Fluid. From the manifold. Hydraulic fluid going to the Turbine Main Stop. fluid may flow to the turbine valves. the Trip System. Fluid in the Reservoir may be filtered using the Fullers Earth Filters that are a part of the Transfer and Filter System. Each EHC Hydraulic Pump is a variable stroke pump that maintains a constant output pressure. Accumulators maintain pressure requirements during system transient conditions. and Combined Reheat Valves goes to the servomotors for the valves. It permits cleaning. Hydraulic Fluid is pumped from each unit’s Hydraulic Power Unit Reservoir through magnetic strainers to one (1) of the two (2) pumping circuits. 2002 Page 7 . and adding fluid to the Reservoir.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 1.3 System Flow Path A simplified diagram of a GE Turbine Control System is illustrated on Drawing 2.1 System Data Normal Fluid Temperature 100 degrees Fahrenheit EHC Fluid Temperature Low Alarm 65 degrees Fahrenheit EHC Fluid Temperature High Alarm 150 degrees Fahrenheit EHC Fluid Supply Pressure: 1600 psig EHC Fluid Low Pressure Alarm 1300 psig ECH Fluid Low Pressure (Turbine Trip) 1100 psig 1. or to the recirculation loop.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . draining. Hydraulic Fluid is dumped to permit rapid closing of the turbine valves. Hydraulic Fluid pressure also keeps the dump valve on each Turbine Valve positioned to allow the servomotor to control valve position. In the event of a turbine trip condition. Revision 0 – September 18. through the bypass line. Control. The Hydraulic Fluid is filtered before it passes into the high pressure Supply Manifold for distribution. Hydraulic Fluid leaving the Turbine Valves is cooled before it is returned to the Reservoir.2.

It can monitor and control the Turbine Generator during startup. loading.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD The Electrohydraulic Control System provides control.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . protection. and shut down of the Unit. 2002 Page 8 . and monitoring of the Turbine Generator during normal Unit operation. The system is designed to perform the following critical functions:  Speed and load control  Normal and emergency overspeed control  Unit protection  Turbine valve positioning  Turbine monitoring  Plant Control interface to the DCS system Revision 0 – September 18. unloading.

2. Hydraulic Fluid Pumps 3. State. i. nausea. Transfer and Filtering 6. Fyrquel is a fire resistant hydraulic fluid that is used in the EHC system. 1. handling or working around Fyrquel. Proper procedures must be used when storing. The Turbine Control System is made up of the following major components: 1.1 Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir Each unit (Unit 1 and Unit 2) is equipped with its associated Hydraulic Power Unit.e. Describe the construction of and flow paths through the major components. EHC fluid pumps are mounted on top of the reservoir. Each Hydraulic Power Unit Fluid Reservoir stores hydraulic fluid used in the Electro-Hydraulic Control (EHC) System. 2002 Page 9 . Exposure to Fyrquel can cause a variety of symptoms including stomach pain. Fyrquel can be absorbed through the skin and ayes as well as inhaled into the lungs. Ovation Turbine Control System 2.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Prolonged and repeated exposure to Fyrquel can affect the central and peripheral nervous system as well as cholinesterase enzyme levels. and nerve damage. Servo Valves 5. Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir 2. Hydraulic Fluid Return. Symptoms may last for long Revision 0 – September 18. from memory.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 2. numbness and tingling in the hands and fingers.0 Major System Components Chapter Objectives: Describe how the Turbine Control System components perform their functions and interface with other system components. 3. Draw from memory a diagram of the Turbine Control System showing major components. The Reservoir is located on the 1st floor below and somewhat adjacent to the turbine stop and control valves. Hydraulic Fluid Supply 4. the names and purpose of major Turbine Control System components.

Detraining the fluid makes the hydraulic action more efficient. Prevent Fyrquel from coming into contact with strong acids. For more information on the hazards of exposure to Fyrquel refer to the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) found on Plant Site. This path allows time for air and other gases to leave the fluid. 2002 Page 10 . Prevent prolonged storage above 150 degrees that could affect the integrity of the product. Fyrquel can release toxic gases including a variety of phosphates and phenols. If exposed to fire. The reservoir is separated into sections by baffles.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD periods of time. Figure 1 is an illustration of the Unit 1 Hydraulic Power Unit/EHC System with the reservoir acting as the mount for the pumps. Fluid flowing from the return lines to the pump suction strainers has to pass over the baffles. This could also result in employee exposure to the toxic compounds found in Fyrquel when the product vaporizes after leaking on to hot surfaces or from pressurized systems. Revision 0 – September 18. The Reservoir holds approximately 400 gallons of hydraulic fluid. Fyrquel is stable at room temperature and pressure. bases and oxidizers that could allow Fyrquel to give off toxic vapors.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .

(TS57) set at 85 degrees Fahrenheit controls automatic operation of the space heaters and fans. 2002 Page 11 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Figure 1 – Unit 1 Hydraulic Power Unit Space heaters and fans raise the temperature of the hydraulic fluid in the associated unit’s reservoir during cold weather. Figure 2 is an illustration of a Heater and Fan arrangement. A thermostat. Occasionally it trips and must be reset in order for the heater to work. There is a small red reset button located on the fan housing of the heater.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Figure 2 – Hydraulic Power Unit Heater and Fan Arrangement Revision 0 – September 18.

Should the temperature of the fluid decrease to 65 degrees Fahrenheit. to purple. Should the temperature of the fluid reach 150 degrees Fahrenheit.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . When the activated alumina reaches the pink color it must be replaced. Level within each unit’s reservoir is indicated via its associated gauge glass. and then to pink as it absorbs more and more moisture. The level is also measured via a level switch and transmitter (LI38). It functions to remove particles greater than five (5) microns in size. It changes from blue. This filter element is disposable. This filter is made of pleated paper. As the activated alumina absorbs moisture from the air it changes color to indicate its ability to continue removing moisture. The level switch and transmitter initiates alarms on high and low levels. 2002 Page 12 . It contains activated alumina.1.1 Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir Data Quantity One (1) Manufacturer General Electric Normal Level Zero (0) inches as indicated on reservoir level gauge Low Level Alarm Four (4) inches below normal level Revision 0 – September 18. through which the air must flow to enter the reservoir. The activated alumina may be viewed through a window on the dryer. The fluid level is normally at zero (0) inches as indicated on the associated unit’s reservoir level gauge. The high level alarm occurs is level increases to four (4) inches above normal level. the low temperature alarm is actuated. The air dryer is located on top of the reservoir. 2. the high temperature alarm is actuated.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Air entering the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir is dried to prevent contamination of the hydraulic fluid. Each unit’s Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir is equipped with a temperature switch (TS40) used to monitor temperature of the fluid in the reservoir. The low level alarm occurs if level drops to four (4) inches below normal level. Air leaving the activated alumina passes through a filter before entering the reservoir.

Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD High Level Alarm Four (4) inches above normal level High High Level Switch Three (3) inches below top of reservoir Temperature Low Alarm 65 degrees Fahrenheit Temperature High Alarm 150 degrees Fahrenheit Normal Temperature 100 degrees Fahrenheit Revision 0 – September 18.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 2002 Page 13 .

the high temperature alarm is actuated. when temperature of the hydraulic fluid drops below 85 degrees Fahrenheit. 2002 Page 14 . both fans turn off. In “OFF”. After a time delay. Should the temperature of the fluid reach 150 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperature Controllers also mounted on the reservoir. When temperature increases to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. and “FAN”.2 Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir Controls The reservoir space heaters and fans are controlled from their Control Switch. both space heaters and fans are off. Revision 0 – September 18. initiating alarms on high and low levels. The low level alarm occurs if level drops to four (4)-inches below normal level.1. both space heaters and fans will turn on. Lights indicate operation of the space heaters and fans.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Power Supply: Unit 1 EHC Fluid Heaters and Fans MCC 1-5 Breaker 52-4C Unit 1 Fluid Filter Pump MCC 1-5 Breaker 2D Unit 2 EHC Fluid Heaters and Fans MCC 2-5 Breaker 2205 Unit 2 Unit Fluid Heaters and Fans MCC 2-5 Breaker 52-4A 2. control the position of the Bearing Cooling Water outlet temperature valves (TV 58A or TV 58B) associated with the A and B EHC Oil Coolers. the low temperature alarm is actuated. If the switch is placed in “FAN”. The fluid level is normally zero (0)-inches as indicated on the level gauge. The level in the reservoir is measured via a level switch and transmitter (LI38). The switch has three (3) positions. “AUTO”. both fans start. If the switch is in “AUTO”. EHC Oil outlet temperature is controlled to a value of 100 degrees Fahrenheit. both heaters will turn off. The high level alarm occurs if level increases to four (4)-inches above normal level. “OFF”. Should the temperature of the fluid decrease to 65 degrees Fahrenheit. ’ An additional temperature switch (TS40) monitors temperature of the fluid in the reservoir. with green indicating “OFF” and red indicating “ON”. to control the temperature of the EHC fluid returning to the reservoir.

PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Discharge Filter [one (1) per pump] 4. A Hydraulic Fluid Pump is illustrated on Figure 3. Figure 3 .2 Hydraulic Fluid Pumps Each Unit’s (Unit 1 or Unit 2) is equipped with two (2) independent EHC pumping systems. Hydraulic Fluid Pump (1-1 or 1-2/Unit 1) and (2-1 or 2-2/Unit 2) 3. Magnetic Suction Strainer 2. 2002 Page 15 . Each Unit’s EHC Hydraulic Fluid Pumps are mounted on top of their associated Reservoir. only one (1) pumping system is in operation. either of which may be used to supply all hydraulic fluids for its associated unit’s Electro Hydraulic Control System. Each 100 percent capacity pump is driven at constant speed by a 460 VAC electric motor.Hydraulic Fluid Pump Each pumping system consists of the: 1.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 2. The suction strainer is a magnetic metal basket that removes any metals or debris that might be entrained in the hydraulic fluid before it Revision 0 – September 18. Test Switch Normally.

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goes to the pump. This debris could damage the pump or the loads supplied by EHC. As the
strainer starts to collect debris, differential pressure increases. An indicator on the suction
strainer indicates if it is clean, needs cleaning, or is bypassed.

Each Hydraulic Fluid/ EHC Pump, 1-1 and 1-2 or 2-1 and 2-2, is a variable stroke positive
displacement pump, delivering the amount of hydraulic fluid needed to maintain pressure in the
Hydraulic Fluid Supply header.

Each EHC Pump rotor contains cylinders that are a part of the rotor. Each cylinder contains a
piston that is attached to a movable plate. While the plate turns with the rotor, its angle can be
changed relative to the rotor. When the plate is perpendicular to the axis of the rotor, the pistons
will not move in the cylinders as the rotor turns. When the plate is positioned at any other angle
relative to the rotor, the pistons will move in the cylinders as the rotor turns. Each piston makes
a complete stroke in the cylinder as the rotor makes one (1) complete turn. The amount of fluid
pumped depends upon the angle of the plate relative to the rotor. With the plate vertical, no fluid
is being pumped. At the maximum angle of the plate, the maximum amount of fluid is being
pumped.

A pressure compensator controls the angle of the plate in each Hydraulic Fluid Pump. The
pressure compensator tries to maintain a constant output pressure of 1600 psig, regardless of
hydraulic fluid demand. When the pump stops, the plate is repositioned to the zero (0) stroke
position for the next start sequence.

A relief valve is mounted on the discharge side of each EHC Fluid Pump. Each relief valve is set
to lift at 2000 psig. When relief pressure occurs, fluid is routed through the valve and to the
reservoir.

An EHC Pump discharge filter is located at the outlet of each EHC Fluid Pump. The pump
discharge filter is a paper filter that removes any debris that could be left in the hydraulic fluid

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before it gets to the Servo Valves and trip valves. A differential pressure switch (PDS 36A or
PDS 36B) causes an alarm if the differential pressure across the associated Hydraulic Fluid
Pump discharge filter is 100 psid. This is an indication that the filter element should be replaced.
An alarm condition is indicated by a red light near the filter. A green light indicates differential
pressure is less than 100 psid. After the filter element is replaced, the local pushbutton must be
used to reset the alarm circuit.

An air bleed valve is connected to the inlet side of each differential pressure element. Air must
be removed to permit the pump to start and establish full pressure immediately. The air is
relieved to the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir. Each air bleed valve is a spring-loaded check valve,
with the spring set for about 140 psig. The spring holds the air bleed valve open when the pump
is off. When the pump starts, air bleeds from the discharge line until pressure reaches 140 psig.
At this pressure, the spring is overcome and the air bleed valve closes. It will remain closed until
pressure drops below 140 psig again.

A bypass line on the discharge side of the (1-2/2-2) EHC Pump connects the Hydraulic Fluid
Supply to the return header going back to the reservoir. A bypass valve, FV1, mounted in the
line is normally closed. The bypass line is only used for maintenance of the EHC System. It is
used primarily during start up of the EHC pumps so as not to shock the headers and lines.

The pressurized EHC Fluid is routed through its associated pump’s discharge check valve (FV7
or FV8) and enters the high pressure Manifold.

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To Fill or add EHC fluid, use the drawing on the following page and follow the following
sequence:
Isolate FV-33 (To the Flow Control Valve)
Isolate FV-30 (From the Main Reservoir)
Isolate FV-34 (From Fullers Earth Filters)
Open FV-35 (To Micron Filter and Selector Valve)
Place FV-37 (Selector Valve) in the Number 3 Position
Open FV-32 (Discharge from Transfer Pump)
Isolate FV-39 (From Recirculation Tank)
Open FV-42 (From the Barrel connection)
Start the Transfer Pump and run until the High Alarm comes in.(4” below the top of the
Reservoir.
The Micron Filter pressure is not to exceed 45 PSIG at 1000 F. If it reads higher it needs to be
changed.

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and “RUN”.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 2. Revision 0 – September 18. The pump may also be tested for automatic starts using the test switch.2. . “AUTO”. Placing its control switch in “OFF” manually stops the pump. the pump starts when Hydraulic Fluid Supply pressure drops to 1300 psig or upon failure of the running pump. Placing its controls in “RUN” starts the pump. The DCS control switch is equipped with three (3) buttons.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 2002 Page 20 . Motor heaters are provided to prevent moisture from forming in the pump that is in standby.2 Hydraulic Fluid Pumps Controls Each unit’s EHC Fluid pump is operated from its associated unit’s Distributive Control System (DCS). Hydraulic power unit skid mounted pressure gauges are illustrated in Figure 4.1 Hydraulic Fluid Pumps Data Unit 1 EHC Pump Manufacturer Hagglunds Denison Unit 2 EHC Pump Manufacturer Vickers Motor Voltage 460VAC Motor Horsepower 60 HP Pump Type Variable Stroke/Positive Displacement Normal Fluid Pressure 1600 psig Fluid Pressure Low Alarm 1300 psig Fluid Pressure Low/Trip 1100 psig Power Supply: EHC Fluid Pump 1-1 MCC 1-1 Breaker 52-4B EHC Fluid Pump 1-2 MCC 1-2 Breaker 52-4D EHC Fluid Pump 2-1 MCC 2-2 Breaker 52-6A EHC Fluid Pump 2-2 MCC 2-1 Breaker 52-5E 2. With control in “AUTO”. “OFF”.2. The motor heaters are energized whenever the EHC Pump is out of service. The test switch simulates an automatic start condition at the pressure switch controlling the pump start. The test switch is located within the confines of the EHC cabinet.

Supply Headers to associated unit’s turbine valves and the emergency Trip System (trip block B) 3. Accumulators 4. Connected or associated with the HP Supply Manifold are the: 1. The check valve in each pump’s discharge line prevents reverse flow through an idle pump. Filter Loop Supply Header 5.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Figure 4 – Hydraulic Power Unit Skid Mounted Pressure Gauges 2. 2002 Page 21 .PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Turbine Trip pressure switches Revision 0 – September 18. Inlets from the associated unit’s Hydraulic Fluid Pumps (2) 2. Each Unit 1 and Unit 2 High Pressure Supply Manifold receives hydraulic fluid from the operating Hydraulic Fluid Pumping system. A pressure indicator is connected just upstream of each pump’s check valve.3 Hydraulic Fluid Supply Hydraulic fluid leaving each associated Unit 1 or Unit 2 pump discharge filter passes through a check valve before joining with the discharge header from the alternate/standby Hydraulic Fluid Pump.

3.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Two (2) pairs of nitrogen filled accumulators are provided. The nitrogen gas maintains a relatively constant pressure on the piston to maintain pressure nearly constant on the hydraulic fluid with small changes in the load. 2002 Page 22 . Hydraulic equipment supplied from each unit’s EHC System includes the Turbine Valve actuators and the Emergency Trip System via Trip Block B. Maintain pressure in the supply to the turbine valves and Trip System 3. Absorb pressure surges due to Hydraulic Fluid Pump operation 2.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . If two (2) of the three (3) redundant pressure switches sense pressure less than 1100 psig. These are: 1. One (1) of the pressure switches (PS22A) causes an alarm on low pressure of 1300 psig. stop and load the Turbine. Each accumulator pair has an outlet isolation valve to the supply manifold and a drain valve to the reservoir. and PS23C) are set at 1100 psig. The Turbine Valves control the load on the turbine and trip closed/shut when necessary to protect the turbine from damage. The connection to the filter loop supplies hydraulic fluid to the filter loop to clean up and recirculate hydraulic fluid as needed. The quantity of fluid supplied to the valve actuators is controlled by the turbine controls to start. PS23B. all associated unit Turbine Valves will trip closed/shut. Each accumulator is initially charged with 1000 psi of nitrogen.1 Hydraulic Fluid Supply Controls Four (4) pressure switches and a pressure indicator are attached to each Unit 1 and Unit 2 High Pressure (HP) Supply Manifold. Nitrogen gas is on the upper side of the piston and hydraulic fluid is below the piston. 2. The Accumulators have three (3) functions. Store Hydraulic Fluid for use by the turbine valves and the Trip System Each accumulator is a cylinder with a free-floating piston. Three (3) other redundant pressure switches (PS23A. A nitrogen supply valve can be opened to admit nitrogen to that side of the piston. Revision 0 – September 18.

Revision 0 – September 18. While the Main Stop and Intercept Stop Valves are normally fully open or fully closed. 2002 Page 23 . Its solenoid is actuated from EHC Fluid pressure and controlled as a function of intercept valve position. The Emergency Trip System fluid acts to quickly close off the steam flow through turbine valves when a trip condition exists.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Each Unit 1 and Unit 2 Heating Steam Block Valve (HSBV) is used during its associated units rotor prewarming operation. and Combined Reheat Valves are hydraulically operated from their associated Servo Valve. The HSBV is a solenoid actuated. high-pressure hydraulic fluid moves the valve stem by going to one (1) side of the operator piston to open it or the other side to close the valve.4 Servo Valves The Unit 1 and 2 Turbine Control Valves. the other valves must be precisely positioned. Main Stop Valves. air to open/spring to close type valve. Turbine Control Valves are illustrated on Figure 5. On each. 2. Servomotors permit precise control of valve position.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .

with an armature mounted between poles. a magnetic field is caused in the armature by the flow of current. When a current is supplied to the conductor.the electrical torque motor and the hydraulic spool. A Servo Valve has two (2) parts .Turbine Control Valves A Servo Valve uses an electrical signal to control the flow of Hydraulic Fluid to the hydraulic operator on a valve.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Figure 5 . The torque motor is a permanent magnet. The armature is a metal bar that has been wrapped with an electrical conductor. 2002 Page 24 . Forming a magnet in the armature causes the armature to move to line up its polarity opposite that of the torque motor. Revision 0 – September 18. The polarity of the electromagnet is determined by the direction of flow of the current in the armature.

more of the fluid will go to one (1) side of the spool than the other. The positions of each of these valves is also indicated. Combined Reheat Valves and the Control Valves are indicated at the turbine control panel portion of the DCS.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Movement of the armature repositions the first-stage jet tube.1 Servo Valve Controls The current to each of the Main Stop Valves. locking the valve in position until another electrical signal is received. This tube receives high-pressure fluid through the pilot supply port of the Servo Valve. Pressure will then be about equal on the spool and it will not move. This unbalances the pressure on the ends of the spool and it will try to move to balance the pressure. The fail-safe bias spring also tries to put the spool in mid-position. But if the jet tube is moved slightly. This positions the jet tube so that an equal amount of fluid flows to each end of the second-stage spool. The force feedback spring on the jet tube opposes movement of the jet tube. Revision 0 – September 18. When the spool is at mid- position. Test pushbuttons for each valve permit testing of the valve. It moves the jet tube back to mid-position to stop movement of the valve operator. there will be no electrical signal to the Servo Valve and the armature will be mid-positioned. Normally. the valve will start to close. Hydraulic fluid from the Supply Header goes to the high-pressure port on each of the Servo Valves. with the positions of the Reheat Stop Valves and the Intercept Valves indicated separately. 2.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .4. The position of the spool determines the lineup of the supply port and the return port to one (1) side of the hydraulic operator piston or the other. When one (1) side is lined up to receive fluid. the other is lined up to vent fluid to the return line going back to the associated Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir. 2002 Page 25 . This fluid passes through the jet tube and may go in either or both directions from the jet to each end of the second-stage spool. When the Test pushbutton for one (1) of the Main Stop Valves or the Control Valves is pushed and held. the hydraulic operator covers both ports.

Bearing Cooling Water flows through the tube side of the coolers. Temperature control valves. the closing speed will increase to rapid speed. When it is partially closed. the Stop Valve will open fully and then the Intercept Valve will open to its original position. When the pushbutton is released. it will change over to fast speed for full closing. Each cooler is 100 percent capacity. When one (1) of the Combined Reheat Valve pushbuttons are pushed. Each fluid cooler is a tube-and-shell heat exchanger. the valve will return to its position before it was tested.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD It will close at moderate speed until it is partially closed and then close rapidly. 2. There are several connections to this header:  Fluid leaving the return ports of turbine Servo Valves  Fluid leaving the dump valves of turbine valves during a turbine trip  Fluid passing through one (1) of the valves in the Trip System during a turbine trip  Fluid bypassed through the bypass line from the HP Manifold This returning hydraulic fluid passes through the hydraulic fluid cooler before re-entering the reservoir. 2002 Page 26 . the Intercept Valve will start to close at moderate speed. TV 58A and TV 58B. control the flow of Bearing Cooling Water based upon the temperature of the hydraulic fluid exiting the associated unit’s cooler. with hydraulic fluid flowing through the shell and Bearing Cooling Water flowing through the tubes. When the pushbutton is released.5 Hydraulic Fluid Return. if required.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Hydraulic fluid flows across the shell side of the cooler. Revision 0 – September 18. but may be lined up to operate in parallel. Transfer and Filtering Hydraulic fluid may return to the unit’s (Unit 1 or Unit 2) Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir through its associated Return Header. When it is partially closed. When the Intercept Valve is closed. the Reheat Stop Valve will start to close at moderate speed.

The neutralized EHC Fluid after exiting the Fuller’ Earth Filters flows through FV36. exiting through FV34.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Hydraulic Fluid Transfer and Filtering Each unit’s Hydraulic Fluid Transfer and Filtering System permits continuous cleanup of its hydraulic fluid during normal operation or when filling or emptying the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir. The flow may also be routed via position four (4) of FV37 to the recirculation tank should extensive recirculation and cleanup of the EHC fluid be required. The pump obtains its suction supply from the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir via normally closed Transfer Pump inlet valve (FV30). Fullers Earth Filters contain diatomaceous earth. debris. The EHC fluid is routed to the Fullers Earth Filters. Additional provision is made for dumping of the fluid to drain via positioning of FV37 to position two (2). water.5 microns or larger in size from the fluid. The pump may also be used to add fluid to the reservoir via operation of the Revision 0 – September 18. Flow is normally routed out position three (3) of FV37 where it normally returns to the reservoir. 2002 Page 27 . a normally open gate valve. Inlet flow to the transfer and filtering system may be obtained via slipstream flow from the supply manifold or via operation of the Transfer Pump. or any other material that might contaminate the hydraulic fluid. a portion of the EHC fluid flow from the EHC supply manifold is routed through FV46.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . It is provided with a relief valve (FV31). During slipstream filtering. acids. The filtered flow exits the micron filter and is routed to position one (1) of selector valve FV37. made up of a single inlet and three (3) separate outlet paths. A micron filter removes particulate material 0. which is set to relieve back to the pump suction if the discharge pressure exceeds 75 psig. Flow then enters the filtering manifold via FV33. a four-way valve. used to neutralize acids present in the fluid and work to maintain fluid chemistry by removing dirt. Flow is normally routed through the micron filter or may be sent back to the manifold via FV35 (normally closed) for continuous filtering. Both filters are needed at full recirculation flow. and through key switched open valve FV 45. The Transfer Pump is a motor driven pump. a check valve.

5. The Transfer Pump discharges EHC fluid to the filtering manifold via opening of the Transfer Pump discharge valve (FV 32).2 Hydraulic Fluid Transfer and Filtering Controls Continuous filtering of the EHC fluid is ensured via recirculation provisions connected to the High Pressure Supply Manifold through a manual isolation valve.1 Hydraulic Fluid Transfer and Filtering Data Chlorine content less than 150 ppm Water content less than 0.2 percent Neutralization number less than 0. Flow Valve FV45 maintains Revision 0 – September 18.5 microns Relief Valve FV31 set pressure 75 psig Relief Valve FV35 set pressure 75 psig Filtering and Recirculation Flow 2. 2. flow is normally routed to the Fullers Earth Filters as described in the section above. From the manifold.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .5 gpm EHC Transfer Pump Manufacturer General Electric Model No. SK182JK3214A EHC Transfer Pump Motor Voltage 460 Motor Horsepower 3/4 No. 2002 Page 28 .6 RPM 1175 Power Supplies: Unit 1 EHC Transfer Pump MCC 1-5 Breaker 52-2D Unit 2 EHC Transfer Pump MCC 2-5 Breaker 52-4A 2.5. Of Phases Three (3) Amperes 1.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD normally closed fill valve (FV42).3 mg KAOH/gm Mineral oil less than 4 percent Differential pressure less than 30 psid Fuller’s Earth Filter Material diatomaceous earth Micron Filter filtration greater than 0.

2) Overspeed Protection Control 3) Turbine Control modes 4) Feedback Controllers 5) Limiters 6) Starting and Shutting down and 7) Valve Testing. A relief valve.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . (FV37) has a single inlet and three (3) outlet positions. The control has OFF and RUN positions. The hydraulic fluid then passes into the four (4) positions Selector Valve. 2. Hydraulic fluid enters the selector valve via port one (1) and then may be lined up to exit via port two (2).5 microns in size.6 Ovation Turbine Control System The turbine control system is divided into seven (7) parts: 1) Master Trip Bus. greater than 0. or four (4). The hydraulic fluid passes through the Fullers Earth Filters and then into the micron filter. Position One (1) – inlet to FV37 2.routes flow to the reservoir and is used during normal operation or when filling the reservoir. Each unit’s Transfer Pump is used to recirculate hydraulic fluid when the Hydraulic Fluid Pumps are out of service and when recirculating to cake the filters following media replacement. 3. from the hydraulic fluid. (FV35) set at 75 psig protects the piping from overpressure.5) gpm in the filtering system. Revision 0 – September 18. Position Three (3) . 2002 Page 29 . Position Four (4) – routes flow back to the filtering manifold and is used when recirculating to “cake” the Fullers Earth Filters following change-out/replacement of the earth filters. A relief valve at the discharge of the pump is set for 75 psig to protect the piping from overpressure. three (3). The Selector Valve. Position Two (2) – routes flow to drain and used to line up the Reservoir to drain it. 4. The pump is operated from control room DCS. (FV37). depending upon its application or what operation is being performed.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD flow of hydraulic fluid at two and a half (2. The selector valve port/positions are as follows: 1. The micron filter removes very tiny particles.

The original Master Trip Bus relay logic is built in the Ovation Turbine Control System (TCS) using digital logic. 1-XT04  Loss of 125vdc. Reheat Pressure. 2002 Page 30 . 1-PS-100AORB  High LP exhaust hood temperature. and vital digital inputs such as Turbine Reset and Main Generator Breaker are read in this controller.  De-energize the MTSVA and MTSVB Master Trip Solenoids. 1-PS-101  Low Emergency Trip Fluid (ETS) Pressure. Any individual turbine trip condition can generate a Turbine Trip. 2.1 Master Trip Bus The Master Trip Bus logic will trip the turbine if a hazardous condition exists that could lead to equipment damage.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 1-2-EHT  Loss of stator coolant. The following Turbine Trip Conditions are included in the Master Trip Bus logic:  Low Bearing Oil.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD All vital analog and digital inputs are wired directly into the TCS controller cabinet. 1-XT02 Revision 0 – September 18. (125V DC). 1-PS-12  Two (2) out of three (3) Speed Signals lost. 1-PS-109  Excessive Thrust Bearing Movement.6. 1-PS-11  Low Condenser Vacuum. Vital analog inputs such as Stator Current. A Turbine Trip logic signal will:  Energize the MTS Master Trip Solenoid. (24V DC). Initial Pressure. This enables the TCS controller to sense and act upon a turbine over-speeds within 100 milliseconds and to sense and act upon Power Load Unbalance within 35 milliseconds. which is sealed in until the Operator Resets the Turbine. 1-XT01 or 1-XT03  Low shaft pump discharge pressure at speeds greater than 2600 RPM. 1-PS-104A & B  Low EH Operating Fluid Pressure. 1SPDMRE  Excessive Bearing Vibration from Bently Nevada.

a turbine trip logic signal will be sent to close the Stop. Pressure switches PS100A and PS100B sense the ETS Pressure Trip. 2002 Page 31 . The TCS vacuum trip logic is built to allow a reset with poor vacuum. The alarm shown in red is the first trip event and the alarms in yellow are secondary trip events that are still active. The Vacuum Resetting alarm light and the Vacuum Low alarm will be active. The Operator must push the Trip Monitor Reset and acknowledge buttons to clear the Trip Monitor display for each startup. These pressure switches are wired in parallel and two (2) contacts LVTX1 and LVTX2 are wired to the Ovation TCS. When the Operator Resets the Turbine. If the Emergency Trip System (ETS) hydraulic pressure is low for three (3) seconds and the Trip Anticipator is not active. The ETS pressure trip (PS100A or B) will not clear until the turbine is reset and the Vacuum trip may not clear until the turbine is up at speed. Once Revision 0 – September 18. D005P1 bit 10 & 11  Operator Graphic Trip Push button. 1-HIDRUM  Transfer Trip from R&R board. the vacuum trip is reset allowing the turbine to be reset. When the Operator pushes the Master Reset button. 1-MTB Turbine Trip Monitor Logic The Turbine Trip Monitor logic will capture the Master Bus Trip event and display it on the Turbine Test graphic. these two (2) trip conditions are momentarily blocked in the logic. The Master Reset button will not allow a reset until turbine speed is less than 3000 rpm. When the Operator pushes the Master Reset button and the ETS pressure goes above minimum the turbine trip logic signal will be reset and the Reheat Stop valves will begin to open. Control.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 1BACKOVSP  Turbine Protection Relay From ER75. Reheat and Intercept valves. 1-TRANSTRIP  Loss of 24vdc.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD  Backup Overspeed Trip. The Vacuum Trip is sensed by pressure switches PS104A&B and the PS105A&B. 1-ER757  Drum Level Trip.

Backup Overspeed and the Power Load Unbalance function achieve overspeed Protection. 2.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD vacuum becomes normal. Speed regulation is set begin at 101 percent (3636 rpm). Mechanical Trip bolt device. In Full Arc mode:  The Stop Valves will have a two (2) percent Speed regulation beginning when speed exceeds 101 percent of rated and will be closed completely if turbine speed reaches 102 percent of rated or 3672 rpm. Revision 0 – September 18.2 Overspeed Protection Control The Overspeed Protection logic will close the turbine valves quickly to prevent excessive turbine over-speed. (1) the Vacuum Resetting alarm light and Vacuum Low alarm will clear and (2) the Vacuum Trip logic will automatically be ready to trip on poor vacuum. Speed Regulation. the Trip Anticipator function. Speed Regulation is always in service regardless of the Turbine Mode of control. Speed Regulation will begin to close the controlling set of valves (Stop or Control) and Intercept Valves when turbine speed exceeds 101 percent of rated speed.  The Control valves will have a five (5) percent Speed regulation beginning when speed exceeds 102 percent of rated and will be closed completely if turbine speed reaches 107 percent of rated or 3852 rpm.6.  The Intercept valves will have a two (2) percent Speed regulation beginning when speed exceeds 102 percent of rated and will be closed completely if turbine speed reaches 104 percent of rated or 3744. Two (2) out of three (3) speed signal voting logic is used to determine actual turbine speed. Speed Regulation The first line of defense against turbine over-speed is Speed Regulation.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 2002 Page 32 .

The Ovation Speed Detector module also has an open-wire detection alarm that will trigger bad quality. The Mechanical Trip can be tested off-line. Important Note: When the Operator selects the Mechanical Trip Test graphic button. 2002 Page 33 . The Operator would select the 111 percent button on the Turbine Control graphic to begin the actual speed ramp. In these instances.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD In Partial Arc mode:  The Control valves will have a five (5) percent Speed regulation beginning when speed exceeds 101 percent of rated and will be closed completely if turbine speed reaches 105 percent of rated or 3780 rpm.percent dead-end.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Speed Signal Input 2 Out of 3 Voting Logic A median select algorithm is utilized to determine if the speed signals are equal each other within a one (1). The Median Select algorithm also checks the point quality and high/low sensor limits to detect a failed speed transducer.  The Intercept valves will have a two (2) percent Speed regulation beginning when speed exceeds 105 percent of rated and will be closed completely if turbine speed reaches 107 percent of rated or 3852 rpm. The mechanical device activates at 109-110 percent rated speed when the centrifugal force of the turbine rotor exceeds mechanical trip setpoint. speed regulation will be disabled. When turbine speed reaches 110 percent. the Mechanical Overspeed Trip Device will actuate the trip latch and trip the turbine.  Note: The Stop Valves will close at 110 percent on Speed regulation in partial arc. Mechanical (Over-speed) Trip Device The second line of defense against turbine over-speed is the Mechanical Over-speed Trip device. alarms are triggered and the operator is immediately informed of the failed transducer. A graphic message will appear on both the Control and Test screens Revision 0 – September 18. The Mechanical Trip Test button is located on the Turbine Control System Test graphic.

The TCS logic will automatically hold and wait for the proper feedback. The test is interlocked in the digital logic to avoid a turbine trip. The test buttons are on the Turbine Test graphic. In this system. It can be tested off-line from the Test graphic. To test. Backup (electrical) Over-speed Trip The third line of defense is the Backup Overspeed. the Operator would select the BACK TRIP TO 3572 button on the Test graphic. Trip Anticipator The fourth line of defense against turbine over-speed is the Trip Anticipator function. The Backup Over-speed is set to activate at 110.5 percent of rated speed and will trip the turbine.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . The only difference is when the Operator is asked to push and hold the Reset button until the MTV is reset. Speed Regulation will be returned to normal if the turbine trips or the Operator selects the Mechanical Trip Test normal graphic button. The Mechanical (Oil) Trip test logic is built to allow testing per the original system procedures. The Backup Over-speed can be tested when the breaker is open. the Trip Anticipator logic will:  De-energize the MTSVA & MTSVB solenoids until the turbine speed decreases below the setpoint and. The MTVSA and MTVSB solenoids can also be tested individually from the Test graphic without tripping the turbine.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD and the alarm screen to inform the Operator. Revision 0 – September 18. 2002 Page 34 . If the turbine speed exceeds the Trip Anticipator over-speed setpoint. When speed increases above 3572 rpm the turbine will be tripped. The Trip Anticipator analog logic generates an over-speed setpoint that varies from 111 percent of rated speed (3996 rpm) at 70 percent load to 107 percent of rated speed (3852 rpm) at 100 percent load. the Operator does not have to hold the button.

2002 Page 35 .  The Operator selects the Trip Anticipator RETURN TO NORMAL button after turbine speed is below 3636 rpm. Power Load Unbalance The rate-sensitive power-load unbalance circuit serves two (2) purposes:  To initiate control valve fast closing action under load rejection conditions that might lead to high acceleration and overspeed of the unit. Be careful. Now the TCS logic will use a 102 percent fixed over-speed setpoint in place of the 107-111 percent variable setpoint. Revision 0 – September 18. The TCS logic will switch back to the variable 107 percent to 111 percent over-speed setpoint. the speed setpoint will ramp to the 111 percent setpoint of 3978 rpm.  To prevent any valve action under stable fault conditions which are self-clearing within a reasonable amount of time.  Then select the Trip Anticipator SET LOW button.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD  Will block a Low Emergency Trip Fluid (ETS) Pressure Trip for 10 seconds after the turbine speed decreases below the setpoint.  The Operator needs to hit the 3600-rpm button after speed gets to the Trip Anticipator test point of 102 percent.  The Operator would select the 111 percent button on the Turbine Control graphic to begin the actual speed ramp. Early Valve Actuation The original Mark 1 Turbine Control System did not have the early valve actuation function and it was not added to this system. The Trip Anticipator can be tested (from the Test Graphic) at 102 percent rated speed (3672 rpm) when the generator breaker is open. The test sequence is as follows:  First.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . the Operator needs to set Mechanical Trip Test on.

T he Turbine Control Modes available are:  TURBINE MANUAL  TURBINE AUTO  MANUAL SYNC  REMOTE AUTO Revision 0 – September 18. 2002 Page 36 .3 Turbine Control Modes The Turbine Control System will position the turbine-main-steam-inlet valves according to the Operator’s speed and loading commands.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . It also causes a runback on the Megawatt Setpoint from full load to minimum load in 45 seconds. Alarms are triggered and the operator is immediately informed of the failed transducer. The Median Select algorithm also checks the point quality and high/low sensor limits to detect a failed current transducer. The Power Load Unbalance can be tested on-line from the Turbine Control Test graphic. 2.6. And PLU will reject the Remote Auto and IPL modes and hold any FA/PA transfers. Load must be greater than 40 percent to get the Stator current load decrease high message. High-speed current transducers and high-speed analog input modules are used to read the current signals within 35 milliseconds. Stator Current Input two (2) Out Of three (3) Voting Logic A median select algorithm is utilized that determine if the stator signals are equal each other within a 25-percent dead-end.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD The conditions for Power Load Unbalance to be activated are:  Reheat Pressure exceeds Stator Current by 40 percent and  The Reheat Pressure is greater than 40 percent and  The Stator Current Decrease rate is 40 percent in 35 milliseconds The Power Load Unbalance signal is used to actuate the control valve fast closing solenoids.

in contingency alarm. Using the current setpoint.50 rpm of sync speed. TURBINE AUTO Mode: In TURBINE AUTO. The Turbine Control system will then calculate a turbine valve demand. In the Manual Sync mode. TURBINE MANUAL Mode: In the TURBINE MANUAL mode. Turbine Hand Control is automatically selected if the one (1) Stop valve or two (2) control valves are more than plus or minus 10 percent away from setpoint. the controller can correct the valve demand for speed control and three (3) separate load control loops: Frequency Loop. The turbine control logic positions the turbine valves based on the valve mode (Full Arc or Partial Arc) and the turbine valve (flow vs. and Stage Pressure feedback Loop. If RUN is pressed the Setpoint will increment or decrement to the target value at the entered rate for either load or speed control. In Turbine Hand control. MANUAL SYNC Mode: The operator may go to the MANUAL SYNC mode on speed control if the speed is within +/. MW Loop. Revision 0 – September 18. 2002 Page 37 . The Operator can then select RUN or HOLD. the operator sets the Target and the Rate using the Load Set or Speed Set push buttons. the Setpoint will be held until the RUN button is pressed. the TCS control logic calculates a Setpoint. The Operator will enter a Speed or Megawatt Target (rpm or mw) on the Turbine Control System graphic. the operator can raise or lower the Target by one (1) rpm using the raise and lower buttons.e. If HOLD is pressed.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Based on the selected mode. and Rate. the operator can select a Fast rate or a Slow rate. i. Target. the operator can raise and lower the valves directly by using the Manual/Auto Hand station control buttons. lift) characteristic curves.

4 Feedback Controllers The TCS has a Speed Control feedback loop that is always in service off-line and three (3) feedback loops on-line: Frequency. 2. lift) characteristic curves are accurate. The rate of change of the Megawatt Target is determined by the remote Turbine Master Auto signal but has a maximum limit of 50 mw/min.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . The on-line feedback loops can be used to trim the valve control setpoints based on actual load or pressure. and Stage pressure all of which are on-line tunable. 2002 Page 38 . the Megawatt Setpoint should approximately equal the actual megawatts if the turbine valve (flow vs.6. The Stage Pressure feedback loop will be automatically placed in service when the Operator selects a valve test. The MW feedback loop is locked out of service in the REMOTE AUTO mode.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD REMOTE AUTO Mode: The REMOTE AUTO mode allows a remotely generated Turbine Master Auto control signal to directly control the TCS Megawatt Target. Revision 0 – September 18. Megawatt. Any on-line feedback loop can be placed in or out of service as desired by the operator while in load control with no disruption to the system. The Turbine Frequency loop and the Stage Pressure feedback loop can be utilized in REMOTE AUTO mode or may be removed from service by the Operator. This will allow a coordinated control scheme between the turbine and the boiler. The Turbine controller will position the Stop and Control valves in a feed-forward manner based on the valve characteristic curves. When in Turbine Auto mode with no feedback loops in service and the boiler is at rated pressure and temperature.

0 . It can be taken in and out of service anytime the generator is on-line.0. The PID algorithm is designed with high and low limits to prevent reaching a reset-windup condition. The PID algorithm output will cause the valves to open or close to reduce any speed error.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Speed Control Loop On speed control (off-line). 2002 Page 39 . When this control loop is placed in service the Megawatt Setpoint will be set to actual megawatts for a bumpless transfer.e. the speed error between Speed Setpoint (3600 rpm) and actual speed can be applied to correct system frequency. the speed control loop is automatically in service. The load loop is the slowest of the three (3) feedback loops with a typical reset time of 30 seconds. Frequency Loop On load control (on-line).0 +180. The error between Operator Megawatt Setpoint and the actual megawatts is sent to an on-line tunable PID algorithm.0 +1 -3. for five (5) percent speed regulation the output of the function generator would be as follows]: ERROR OUTPUT -180. The output of the algorithm is used to “trim” the turbine valve setpoint to control the Revision 0 – September 18. If two (2) out of three (3) speed signals should fail the Frequency loop will be automatically taken out of service. The speed error (rpm) is sent to a function generator that generates a frequency correction factor.97 Megawatt Loop Megawatt feedback will take care of any valve curve inaccuracies to assure the turbine generator is actually supplying the Megawatt Setpoint. The Speed Control Loop is always in service.0 0. [I.0 +3.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . The Frequency loop will automatically raise or lower the Megawatt Setpoint in response to frequency grid disturbances.0 0. The speed error (between Speed Setpoint and actual speed) goes to the speed regulation logic and to a proportional-integral-derivative (PID) algorithm that is used for speed control.

5 Limiters Load Limiter The Load Limiter provides the operator with high-limiting action on the controlling valve flow demand output. The output of the algorithm is used to “trim” the turbine valve setpoint to control the actual Stage Pressure (MW) target. Revision 0 – September 18. 2. The Load Limit can be adjusted using the raise  and lower  buttons on the bottom of the Load Set graphic. The error between Operator Megawatt Setpoint and the First Stage pressure (scaled to megawatts) is sent to a PID algorithm. Rated First Stage pressure will then be equal to rated megawatts because first stage pressure is proportional to megawatts. The Stage PID algorithm is tuned to be a fast control loop to correct first stage pressure early so that load will not change. Stage Pressure Loop The Stage Pressure feedback loop looks at the pressure behind the first row of turbine blades in the HP turbine. Fixed Initial Pressure Limiter (Fixed IPL)- The Operator can set the Fixed Initial Pressure Limiter. A limiting condition will cause LOAD LIMIT to display an error color on the CRT and issue an alarm.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD actual Megawatts to equal the Megawatt Setpoint. The Stage pressure loop takes the actual First Stage pressure and scales it to a percent of full load megawatts. The Stage Loop can be placed in service above 20 percent load. The MW Loop can be placed in service above five (5) percent load. The setpoint will be fixed at the Operator value.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 2002 Page 40 .6.

the IPL will also initiate a runback on the Megawatt Setpoint from full load to minimum load in one (1) minute. as the Fixed IPL except the IPL setpoint will vary 200 psi below the boiler control pressure setpoint down to a minimum of 600 psi. When active. The Sliding IPL can be placed in service on the Load Set graphic if the following are true:  Turbine is not in Hand control  Initial Pressure Transducer is not failed  Remote Initial Pressure Limit Permissive is true  Generator Main Breaker is closed  Operator Adjustable IPL is not in service  Slide Initial Pressure Limit Setpoint is less than Initial Pressure Revision 0 – September 18. This helps to protect the turbine from water carryover. 2002 Page 41 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD The Fixed IPL can be placed in service on the Load Set graphic if the following are true:  Turbine is not in Hand control  Initial Pressure Transducer is not failed  Adjustable Initial Pressure setpoint is less than actual Initial pressure  Generator Main Breaker is closed  Slide Initial Pressure Limit is not in service Both Fixed and Sliding Initial Pressure Limiters perform the same function: to prevent Initial pressure from falling below the IPL setpoint by lowering the control valves until the Initial pressure is greater than the IPL setpoint. Sliding Initial Pressure Limiter (Slide IPL)- The Sliding Initial Pressure Limiter performs the same function.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .

messages will be displayed for the Vent Valve status. 2002 Page 42 . Pre-warming and Auxiliary Valves Pre-warming can be turned on and off on the Turbine Control Test Graphic.6 Starting And Shutting Down The Ovation Turbine Control graphic stations are used to supplement the starting and operating procedures.  On the Turbine Test graphic Pre-warm station. Heating Steam Valve status.  The ACTUAL RPM should show zero or turning gear speed (must be below 3000 rpm). Blowdown valve status and the Steam Lead Drain valve status. Under unusual circumstances.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 2. Revision 0 – September 18. the 20/VV solenoid will be energized to close the Ventilator valve. The Stop Valves can then be opened using the raise and lower buttons on the Turbine Test graphic Pre-warm station. 1. T hese starting and shutting down steps cover only the normal case.6. the following conditions should be true and indicated on the graphics: Turbine Control Graphic:  Control valves are closed  Stop valves are closed  Reheat and Intercept valves closed  The control mode should be TURBINE AUTO. Starting The following steps are performed by the Ovation Operator from the DCS console. The Control valves are opened at a fast rate.  The Speed and Load TARGET should be zero. Before resetting the main turbine. The Turbine Auto mode is required for pre-warm and turbine speed must be less than 200 rpm. if speed increases the TCS will automatically lower the stop valves.  During Pre-warming. variations from this program must be adapted to the best judgment of the operating personnel. When the Operator selects Pre-warming ON.

The control valves will open at the rate set in the admission mode graphic station. The TURBINE TRIPPED indication goes out when the PS100A&B pressure switches reset. the Operator must first select the top banner of graphic station box to enable the station. Once enabled. Adjust the rate of acceleration to meet any limitations placed on the Turbine by the manufacturer. the Interceptor and Reheat Stop Valves go open automatically. On a turbine reset. Use the SPEED SET RPM/MIN RATE push buttons to select a turbine speed rate. the box will be outlined in red. Then select the RESET push button. Accelerate through the critical speed ranges as quickly as possible.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Turbine Control Test Graphic:  Master Trip Solenoid Reset A and B  Mechanical Trip Test Normal  Trip Anticipator Test Normal  Backup Trip to Normal and Mechanical Trip Normal. This is to prevent an accidental push button operation.  All Trip Monitors are reset except PS100 A and B and Vacuum Trip 2. the TCS logic will seal-in the button until the MTV is reset. The valve admission mode will be FULL ARC. And the Load limit will be automatically set to maximum to allow the control valves to open fully. 2002 Page 43 . The valve status should appear as OPEN on the Turbine Control graphic. the Operator must first select the top banner of TURB/GEN STATUS graphic station box to enable the station. Use the SPEED SET graphic station push buttons to select a turbine speed target. 3.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . When the Operator pushes the Master Reset button. (Note: the Operator does not have to hold the button). Revision 0 – September 18. It will be outlined in red when enabled. Note: To use any of the Turbine Control graphic push buttons. 4. To reset the turbine from the Turbine Control graphic.

When the unit is on-line and the Stop Valve Output Load Set is between (20 percent and 40 percent). Revision 0 – September 18. Turbine speed will be displayed on the Turbine Speed graphic display. Use the SPEED SET graphic station box push buttons to control the turbine speed to synchronous speed. When the Operator pushes RUN. On breaker closure.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Loading may continue on full arc until load reaches 40 percent of rated. 6. When the Target and Rate are set. Use the LOAD SET graphic station push buttons to select the turbine load target. 7. The HOLD button can be selected at any time to hold the speed ramp except in speed critical ranges. 9. equal to the maximum capacity of the Stop valve bypass valve. the Operator selects the RUN button to begin the speed ramp. The Operator needs to select RUN again to continue the speed ramp. the Operator will have to back down slightly below 40 percent to allow a transfer to partial arc. If the load set reaches the maximum stop valve capacity. Adjust the rate of loading to meet any limitations placed on the Turbine by the manufacturer. Use the LOAD SET MW/MIN RATE push buttons to select a turbine-loading rate. 2002 Page 44 . the TCS logic will automatically hold the speed ramp at 100 rpm. 8. the IN FA-OK-TO-TRANSFER message is displayed in the Admission mode station. On a roll off turning gear. The Operator needs to transfer to Partial Arc before 40 percent load. At synchronous speed the Operator can select Manual Sync Mode and proceed to synchronize the unit. the Stop valves will begin to open to control the speed setpoint.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 5. until actual speed reaches at least 80 rpm. This is a permissive to transfer to Partial Arc. the TCS will automatically raise the stop valves to pick up minimum load.

The Operator selects the rate of transfer. The TCS logic will automatically lower the Control valves until the Control valve and Stop valve output demands are equal. When the Operator pushes the FA/PA transfer graphic button. When plant conditions are correct. Revision 0 – September 18.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 10. The TURBINE TRIPPED indication should also be lit. Med. review the following information pertaining to each control mode. The MAN PA-TO-FA-TRAN message will be displayed on the graphic and the alarm screen. Upon tripping the unit and opening the breaker the following occurs:  The Stop. Slow. the IN PA-OK-TO-TRANSFER message will be displayed. And the Load limit will be reset to zero (0).PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Shutting Down 1.  The Speed and Load Targets will be set to zero (0). When reducing load below 40 percent in Partial Arc. 12. a transfer from full arc to partial arc will occur automatically. Reheat and Intercept valves close immediately. Control. 11. 2. Load can be reduced in Partial Arc but a mandatory transfer to Full Arc will occur at 20 percent load. or Fast. 2002 Page 45 .  The Turbine Trip logic will activate relay outputs to 1) de-energize the MTVSA&B hydraulic trip solenoids and 2) energize the MTS hydraulic trip solenoid. For more details. Normal. This mode allows the turbine load control setpoint to be adjusted from the LDC coordinated control system. the Operator can select REMOTE AUTO control mode. At that time the TCS logic will automatically raise the Stop valves to 100 percent. The HOLD push button can be pushed at any time to hold the transfer. This can be verified through the graphic valve indications.

2. Energize the corresponding Fast test solenoid when the valve position goes below 10 percent on the SV’s and five (5) percent on the CV’s to fully close the valve. Stop and Control Valve Testing When the Operator selects an individual Stop Valve or Control Valve test from the Turbine Control System graphic a small graphic window will appear over the main graphic. 2002 Page 46 . When the Operator pushes the Cancel button and the position is less than two (2) percent. The MW or Stage feedback loops can be placed in service when testing valves to maintain constant flow or load on the system. 3.6. When a valve test is in progress. the Turbine logic will automatically take following steps: 1. The Turbine logic will allow only one (1) SV. The Operator can push the Cancel button at any time to cancel the test.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 2. CV or combination RSV/IV to be tested at a time. If the test is canceled the fast test solenoid will first be de-energized and the valve will be ramped back open to its original position. Slowly ramp the valve down to seven (7) percent position on the SV’s and four (4) percent on the CV’s. 4.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . The LVDT position analog signals will be monitored by the Turbine logic to develop all the ‘software’ limit switch settings used throughout the valve test digital logic.7 Valve Testing Turbine valve testing is initiated on the Turbine Control System or Test graphic only in Partial Arc valve mode and on load control. The valve will then be slowly ramped back open to its original position. When the Operator pushes the Test button on the small graphic window. Revision 0 – September 18. the logic will de-energize the Fast test solenoid. the TCS uses a special software function to raise the valves not in test to help maintain constant load.

4.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Reheat and Intercept Valve Testing When the Operator selects a combination Reheat Stop/Intercept Valve test from the Turbine Control System graphic a small graphic window will appear over the main graphic. 3.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . The IV fast test solenoid will be held on. the IV valve Positioner will ramp the IV down to seven (7) percent position. the logic will de-energize the RSV Fast Test solenoid. The valve test logic will automatically take the following steps: 1. 2002 Page 47 . 6. When the RSV position goes below 10 percent the RSV Slow Test solenoid will be de- energized and at the same time the RSV Fast test solenoid will be energized to fully close the RSV. When the IV gets to 10 percent position (based on the LVDT signal). The Operator can push the Cancel button at any time to cancel the test. 2. the IV Fast Test solenoid will be energized to fully close the IV. When the Operator pushes the Test IV button (he does not have to hold it). 5. When the Operator pushes the Cancel Test button and the RSV is below two (2) percent position. the RSV will re-open and when the RSV position is greater than 90 percent the IV Fast Test solenoid will be de-energized and the Intercept Valve Positioner will ramp the IV open. If the test is canceled the RSV Fast and Slow test solenoids will first be de-energized and when the RSV is greater than 90 percent open the IV will be ramped open. Revision 0 – September 18. After the RSV fast test solenoid is de-energized. When the IV is below two (2) percent position the logic will energize the RSV Slow test solenoid.

Revision 0 – September 18. the IV Fast Test solenoids will be momentarily energized if:  Power Load Unbalance active (or)  The IV position error is greater than five (5) percent when Reheat pressure is greater than 20 percent. 2002 Page 48 . The valve test logic cannot complete the next step if any one (1) solenoid is bad. In either Full Arc or Partial Arc. The valve Positioner will ramp the valve down to a specific position and then stop.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . Then the fast test solenoid must energize to close the valve to zero (0).Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD The valve test logic is designed to pinpoint any bad test solenoids.

Verify that Discharge filter differential pressure is less than 100 psid and that Hydraulic Fluid pressure is around 1600 psig. System Shutdown NOTE: This system operation section is included for instructional purposes only. After successful pump start. and after visually inspecting the system for leaks.1 System Startup Verify that all clearances are removed and equipment is lined up and available for service.0 System Operation Chapter Objectives: Describe the Turbine Control System operation during: . Ensure hydraulic fluid temperature is at least 85 degrees Fahrenheit before starting the first EHC Pump. Start the pump with its bypass valve open. temperature and filters are in proper operational configuration and condition. Place the control switch for the other Pump in “AUTO. Start a single EHC pump.. the EHC system is in service with a single pump operating. etc. Ensure that Hydraulic accumulators are properly charged with nitrogen. 2002 Page 49 . and should not be used as an operating procedure. 3. System Startup . Normal Operation . Verify that Hydraulic Fluid level. During Reservoir filling or draining the Fullers Earth Filters should be isolated and bypassed. 3. Ensure that the Fuller’s earth filtering system is in service. Revision 0 – September 18.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 3.2 Normal Operation During normal operation. vibration. ensuring that it is first properly aligned. slowly close the bypass valve until it is fully closed.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . with a clean magnetic strainer filter. Test automatic starting of the standby Hydraulic Fluid Pump.

 Energize the corresponding Fast test solenoid when the valve position goes below 10 percent on the SV’s and five (5) percent on the CV’s to fully close the valve. the IV Fast Test solenoid will be energized to fully close the IV. The Operator can push the Cancel button at any time to cancel the test. the Turbine logic will automatically take following steps:  Slowly ramp the valve down to seven (7) percent position on the SV’s and four (4) percent on the CV’s.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Stop and Control Valve Testing When the Operator selects an individual Stop Valve or Control Valve test from the Turbine Control System graphic a small graphic window will appear over the main graphic.  When the Operator pushes the Cancel button and the position is less than two (2) percent. The IV fast test solenoid will be held on. The valve test logic will automatically take the following steps:  When the Operator pushes the Test IV button (he does not have to hold it). the logic will de-energize the Fast test solenoid. Reheat and Intercept Valve Testing When the Operator selects a combination Reheat Stop/Intercept Valve test from the Turbine Control System graphic a small graphic window will appear over the main graphic. If the test is canceled the fast test solenoid will first be de-energized and the valve will be ramped back open to its original position. When the Operator pushes the Test button on the small graphic window. 2002 Page 50 .  The valve will then be slowly ramped back open to its original position. Revision 0 – September 18.  When the IV gets to 10 percent position (based on the LVDT signal).  When the IV is below two (2) percent position the logic will energize the RSV Slow test solenoid. the IV valve Positioner will ramp the IV down to seven (7) percent position.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .

Stop the Transfer Pump. Clean or replace any filters that are dirty. Then the fast test solenoid must energize to close the valve to zero (0). The valve Positioner will ramp the valve down to a specific position and then stop. if operating. 2002 Page 51 .PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . the RSV will re-open and when the RSV position is greater than 90 percent the IV Fast Test solenoid will be de-energized and the Intercept Valve Positioner will ramp the IV open. place the control switch for the standby EHC Fluid Pump in “OFF”.  When the Operator pushes the Cancel Test button and the RSV is below two (2) percent position. In either Full Arc or Partial Arc. Revision 0 – September 18. Place the control switch for the operating Hydraulic Pump in “OFF”. The valve test logic cannot complete the next step if any one (1) solenoid is bad. The Operator can push the Cancel button at any time to cancel the test. the IV Fast Test solenoids will be momentarily energized if:  Power Load Unbalance active (or)  The IV position error is greater than five (5) percent when Reheat pressure is greater than 20 percent. the logic will de-energize the RSV Fast Test solenoid.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD  When the RSV position goes below 10 percent the RSV Slow Test solenoid will be de- energized and at the same time the RSV Fast test solenoid will be energized to fully close the RSV. The valve test logic is designed to pinpoint any bad test solenoids. 3. If the test is canceled the RSV Fast and Slow test solenoids will first be de-energized and when the RSV is greater than 90 percent open the IV will be ramped open.  After the RSV fast test solenoid is de-energized.3 System Shutdown When the Turbine has been shutdown and the Unit cooled down.

PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD 4. 2002 Page 52 .00 PacifiCorp Power Supply – Safety and Operating Rules Handbook PacifiCorp Approved Tagout Policy and Procedure Revision 0 – September 18.0 References Operator Training Manual GEK-46355B Turbine Control Diagram Huntington Power Plant System Operating Procedure SO581.

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2 Combined Actuator No. 1 Turbine Control Valve Actuator Cooler B Bearing FV3 Cooling Water FV1 FV2 Cooler A Bearing Cooling Water From EHC Pump 1-2/2-2 Space Heater Reservoir Space Heater Drawing 3 – Electro Hydraulic Control Fluid Return Revision 0 – August 14. 2 Combined No. PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 1 Main Reheat Stop Reheat Intercept Actuator Turbine Stop Valve Valve Valve Actuator Actuator Actuator No. 1 Combined No. 2017 Page 56 . 4 Turbine Control Valve No. 3 Turbine Valve Actuator Actuator Control Valve Actuator Actuator No. 2 Turbine No. 1 Main Reheat Stop Reheat Intercept Turbine Stop Valve Valve No.Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Trip Block B No. 1 Combined Control Valve No.

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2 Turbine No. 1 Combined No. 1 Main Reheat Stop Reheat Intercept Turbine Stop Valve Valve No. 2 Combined No. 3 Turbine Valve Actuator Actuator Control Valve Actuator Actuator No. 2 Combined No. 4 Turbine Control Valve Actuator No. 1 Combined Control Valve No. PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Trip Block B Return to Reservoir No. 1 Turbine Control Valve Actuator To Common EHC Cooler(s) To Inlet Header Manifold Common EHC Cooler(s) Inlet Header Drawing 5 – EHC Fluids Diagram Revision 0 – August 14. 2017 Page 58 . 1 Main Reheat Stop Reheat Intercept Actuator Turbine Stop Valve Valve Valve Actuator Actuator Actuator No.

1 Combined Control Valve No. 3 Turbine Valve Actuator Actuator Control Valve Actuator Actuator No. 1 Main Reheat Stop Reheat Intercept Turbine Stop Valve Valve No. 2017 Page 59 .Turbine Control System HT-CS20-SD Trip Block B No. 2 Combined No.PacifiCorp – Huntington Power Plant Units 1 and 2 . 2 Turbine No. 2 Combined No. 1 Main Reheat Stop Reheat Intercept Actuator Turbine Stop Valve Valve Valve Actuator Actuator Actuator No. 4 Turbine Control Valve Actuator No. 1 Turbine Control Valve Actuator Manifold Drawing 6– Emergency Trip System Revision 0 – August 14. 1 Combined No.