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Sale of 2 GE LM6000PD SPRINT GAS TURBINES

Summary specifications and equipment description

Assets for sale

2 turbines GE LM 6000 PD 15PPM SPRINT

New, uninstalled and unused. Available for inspection and immediate purchase.

This model is currently produced and offered by GE, but you will not find this precise
version on the GE website, because versions and specifications vary according to local
regulations. As a result, sometimes it is also called LM 6000 PF. This particular asset is
configured for stringent EU environmental regulations.

SPRINT (Spray Inter-cooling) Power Boost System: see below for equipment
description.

Main specifications

Frequency: 50hz, but can be modified to 60hz before delivery.

Maximum Power: 43,286 kW each. This indication relates to an installation at 447,5 m


above sea level.

Heat Rate: 9048 kJ/kWh LHV.

TEG: energy 96061 kJ/s (ref. 0 K).

TEG: temperature 452,5 C.

Fuel system: NG. Dual-fuel modification can be considered on request.

Equipment Scope Description

Gas Turbine

General Electric gas turbine model LM6000PD is a two-shaft/two-spool engine consisting of a five-
stage low pressure compressor, a fourteen-stage high pressure compressor, a two-stage high
pressure turbine, and a five-stage low pressure turbine. The engine is equipped with a stainless steel
mesh screen in the inlet air stream for "last chance" protection against foreign object damage. The
engine is shock mounted and shipped in position, with the exception of the coupling spacer, which
is removed and shipped in a separate container.
Generator

Air-cooled open air, Brush made 2-pole generator rated at min 63,500 KVA @ 0.8 pf, 15C cooling
air, 11,000 volts, 50 Hz, capable of handling the full continuous power of the gas turbine at any
ambient temperature throughout the operating range. A cooling water loop and its associated fans
and pumps are not required. The generator includes a brushless excitation system with permanent
magnet generator. Neutral and line side cubicles are included. Neutral and line side cubicles are
bolted onto the outside of the generator enclosure for the Customers power connections. GE
Energy furnishes, located in the neutral cubicle, nine (9) current transformers and three (3)
additional current transformers for Buyers differential protection (4000:1), as follows:

Q.ty Service European Class


3 Relaying & Differentials 5P20
3 Metering 5P20
3 Cross Current Compensation (AVR) 5P10
3 Differential Protection by Customer (*) 5P20

Note (*) 30 VA, 5P20, Rct<30 Ohm

GE Energy also furnishes three lighting arrestors and three surge capacitors mounted in the line
side cubicle.

Three (3) voltage transformers with secondary 110/3 V and primary 11000/3 V are included in the
GE Energy scope of supply.

Main Load Gearbox

The equipment package is supplied with a single-stage, vertical offset, parallel shaft speed reducer
with a gear rated HP of 70,000 (52,200 kW) from a gas turbine speed of 3627 RPM to a generator
speed of 3000 RPM, with a 1.209:1 ratio. This unit is manufactured and tested in accordance with
API 613 3rd Edition April 1988. The actual AGMA Service Factor is 1.35. The API service factor is
1.1. The unit design includes a fabricated steel housing, clockwise rotation with pinion on top,
double helical precision carburized ground gear elements, split steel backed babbitt lined journal
bearings on all shafts and a low speed quill shaft.

Unit Enclosure

The equipment package is supplied with weatherproof acoustic enclosures. The enclosures are
completely assembled and mounted over the equipment prior to testing and shipment. The gas
turbine compartment is fully ventilated with duplex belt driven fans. The generator compartment is
fully ventilated with direct driven fans. Explosion-proof A.C. lighting is provided in both
compartments. The enclosure provides guaranteed average noise emission of 85 dB(A) at 1m
distance measured at 1.5m above grade in a free field condition, during full load operation. Noise
emission could be greater than 85 dB(A) at 1m distance measured at 1.5m above grade in a free
field condition, during equipment start-up and shut down.
Baseplate

The equipment package is supplied with the support structures for the gas turbine generator set
consisting of a two piece skid assembly, which is sectioned between the gas turbine and the
generator/main load gearbox. The full depth, bolted section is designed to provide the full structural
properties of the wide flange I-beams. Full depth crossmembers are utilized to provide for a rigid
design that is suitable for installation in earthquake areas (U.S. Seismic Zone 4) as well as
providing a convenient structure for transportation. The baseplate support system is enhanced by
the installation of a heavy duty, welded superstructure which utilize structural tubing for wall
columns and roof beams.

Air Inlet System

The equipment package is supplied with a modular, three-stage filtration system consisting of inlet
screens, an EU4prefilter and an EU7 final barrier filter.

The filtration system removes more than 99.9 percent of all particles 5.0 micron and larger by
utilizing a three-stage design, that is designed to meet the following downstream conditions:

~95% of the time, must not contain solid particles exceeding 0.004 grains/1000 cubic feet, and
~5% of the time, must not contain solid particles exceeding 0.04 grains/1000 cubic feet.
It will be possible to replace the pre-filter and high efficiency filter without stopping the GTG,
however, replacement of the high efficiency filter with the GTG on line is very dangerous and not
recommended by GE Energy.

Acoustical louvers for noise control are installed to the intake of the inlet filter, in lieu of the weather
hoods. The acoustic louvers provided are 600 mm deep. The acoustical louvers provides
guaranteed average noise emission of 82 dB(A) at 1m distance from the inlet filter intake, during full
load operation. The estimated pressure loss added by the louvers is 20 mmH2O. A detailed
description of the acoustical louvers provided for noise control and installed to the intake of the inlet
filter is included in Section 7 of this proposal.

All air for ventilation systems is filtered to the same level as turbine combustion air.
Filtered air is silenced before entering the turbine plenum. This design results in a compact
arrangement and eliminates the need for customer supplied inlet ducting when the standard design
is utilized. Internal lighting of the filter house is provided to facilitate inspection and service.

Package is also supplied with platforms and ladders to service the inlet filter (internal platforms and
ladders only). These items are packaged separately for shipment.

Inlet Air Multi Purpose Coils

The equipment package is supplied with high performance multi purpose coils for combustion air
heating and chilling as an integral part of the air inlet system. Customer shall provide adequate
quantities of hot water and chilled water and interconnecting piping to GE Energy furnished chilling
coils at filter house.

For the Anti-Ice System, that is required to allow safe operation of the equipment package during
icing conditions, Customer shall furnish water at 27C and 345 kPag, for circulation through the GE
Energy supplied coils. The quantity of heat should be enough to heat the inlet air 5.6 deg C above
ambient temperature when ambient temperatures are less than -1.1 deg C and to heat the inlet air
to 4.4 deg C when ambient temperatures are between -1.1 and 4.4 deg C. No heating is required
for ambient temperatures above 4.4 deg C.
For temperatures below -9.4 deg C there is no need for anti-icing operation, due to the very low
moisture content of the air. The only expectation would be where there is fog, snow, or other visible
precipitation.

Anti-ice protection is not required during startup and warm up period (maximum 5 MW) for up to 1
hour maximum time period.

Turbine Exhaust

The equipment package is supplied with a circular, axial exhaust outlet with connection flange to
facilitate in-line mounting of a WHRU.

Fuel System

The equipment package is supplied with a Dry Low Emission (DLE) natural gas fuel system using
an electronically controlled fuel metering valve. All necessary shutoff valves, piping and
instruments between the fuel module connection and the engine are included. As part of the fuel
system, a fuel gas chromatograph for engine control purpose is also provided as a loose item.

SPRINT (Spray Inter-cooling) Power Boost System

The equipment package is supplied with the SPRINT boosts system for engine performance
augmentation. The SPRINT boosts engine performance system uses a spray inter-cooling design
that significantly increases the mass flow by cooling the air during the compression process. The
system is based on an atomized water spray injected through spray nozzles placed at two
locations, one between the high pressure and low pressure compressors, and the second at inlet
bellmouth. Water is atomized using high pressure air taken off of the eighth stage bleed. The
water flow rate is metered, using the appropriate engine control schedules and at the inlet
bellmouth. Bellmouth and inter-stage portions on SPRINT alternate operation based on turbine
inlet temperature.

If the SPRINT boosts system is used, Customer must provide a supply of purified water per GE
specification MID-TD-0000-3 (see Section 12) to a flange connection at the Sprint skid, at 200-450
kPag.

Lube Oil Systems

The equipment package is supplied with two separate lube oil systems: one for the gas turbine and
one for the generator/gearbox. The oil reservoirs and piping are all stainless steel, and the lube oil
system valves have stainless steel trim. Each lube oil system has duplex filters, duplex Shell and
Tube water coolers, and thermostatic-controlled electric heaters. The oil reservoir, and filters for
each system are mounted on an auxiliary equipment module located next to the gas turbine
baseplate. The auxiliary equipment module provides simplified piping connections and reduces
customer's installation time and costs. The gear box/ generator lube oil system is located on the
mineral lube oil module. The Shell and Tube water coolers are mounted on dedicated foundations
and located near the gas turbine baseplate.

Each lube oil system has a lube oil vent separator able to reduce oil emission in the atmosphere as
follows:

Max mineral oil emissions: 20 mg/Nm3 and average 0.079167 kg/h over a 24-hour period
Max synthetic oil emissions: 20 mg/Nm3 and average 0.0375 kg/h over a 24-hour period

Electro-Hydraulic Start System

The equipment package is supplied with an electric motor driven hydraulic pump assembly, filters,
cooler and controls, mounted on the auxiliary equipment module. A hydraulic motor is also mounted
on the gas turbine accessory gearbox. Hydraulic hoses are furnished to connect the auxiliary
equipment module and the main baseplate.

Fire Protection System

The equipment package is supplied with a factory installed fire protection system complete with
optical flame detection, hydrocarbon sensing and thermal detectors, piping and nozzles in both
generator and engine compartments. The fire protection system includes cylinders containing CO2
mounted on the auxiliary module. A 24 V DC battery and charger to power the fire protection
system is also included. All alarms and shutdowns are annunciated at the unit control panel. An
alarm sounds at the turbine if the gas detectors detect high gas levels, or if the system is preparing
to release the CO2. When the system is activated, the package shuts down, and the primary CO2
cylinders are discharged into the turbine and generator compartments via multiple nozzles, and the
ventilation dampers automatically close. After a time delay a slow extended discharge of CO2 is
provided.

Winterization

Being the Equipment operating outdoors in relatively cold climates (15C absolute minimum
ambient temperature) GE Energy provides the winterization of the Equipment. The winterization
includes the following modifications:

Inlet air anti-icing (see above)


Heat tracing and insulation of applicable unit mounted piping
Enclosing and heat exposed instruments and equipment

For ambient temperatures below 15C, additional special equipment available as an option will be
required.

Gas Turbine Generator Control System

The equipment package is supplied with a free-standing control panel suitable for mounting in an
indoor, non-hazardous area provided by Customer. The control system key features are:
Full MicroNetTM (Woodward MicroNet Simplex Digital Control) microprocessor based control
panel for gas turbine fuel/airflow management, and auxiliary system sequencing/protective
functions.
GE EX2100 AVR.
Bently Nevada digital microprocessor-based vibration monitor
Digital generator system multifunction meter (Watts, VARS, Amps, Volts, etc)
Beckwith M-3425 digital microprocessor-based generator protection system.
Desk top HMI computer (human machine interface) provides graphical displays in English
language, and logging of key gas turbine, generator, and auxiliary system data. The HMI
software will be Intellution.
Manual and Automatic Synchronization

The conditions inside the non-hazardous area provided by Customer for GE Energys control
panels installation are as follows:

Design temperature: 26 deg C summer / 20 deg C winter


Design RH: 65% summer / 30% winter

The operator selects HMI displays with a mouse or trackball. The HMI includes a set of graphic
displays for the gas turbine, its auxiliaries and driven equipment.
Alarm and shutdown events are displayed on the HMI automatically. When an alarm is issued, it is
displayed on the dedicated alarm display on the HMI and sent to the Customer supplied alarm
printer connected to the HMI. Alarm and shutdown events printing are in English language. Alarms
are processed between 5 and 60 milliseconds depending on the scan time in the Micro Net
Controller for a specific function. The operator can identify the first out by reading the time when
the alarm occurred.

The MicroNet is a Simplex control containing a Pentium/NT CPU, that offers very high
performances for this application. The NT CPU module runs the application program. The NT CPU
supports Windows NT with real time extensions to maintain a rigorous real-time environment.
Woodwards GAPTM (Graphical Application Program) software is the graphical programming tool
specifically designed for quick and easy implementation of complex control strategies.

Woodwards unique rate group structure ensures that control function will execute deterministically
at rate groups defined by GE Energy. Critical control loops can be processed within 5 milliseconds.
Less critical code is typically assigned to slower rate groups. The rate group structure prevents the
possibility of changing system dynamics by adding additional code. Control is always deterministic
and predictable.

Power for the control panel is provided by a dedicated 24V DC Ni-Cd battery system with dual
100% capacity chargers. The 24V DC battery system provided can supply the control loads for at
least three hours without recharging. This allows the safe shut-down and cool-down of the GTG
without Customers UPS.

An Ethernet TCP/IP Modbus or a RS485 Modbus Port is provided to transmit unit conditions
(status, pressures, temperature, etc.) to the customer's Distributed Control System (DCS).

For allow the operation and control of the equipment package as an integrated heat production
plant from the cogeneration DCS provided by Customer, the main I/O hardwired provisions, up to
20 I/Os, (such as: start, stop, start automatic synchronization, power factor increase, power factor
decrease, power output up, power output down) are included.
To allow time synchronization with the Customers Distributed Control System, the time
synchronization capability trough GPS is provided. For the time synchronization GE Energy would
utilize a 637PCI card in the HMI which utilizes IRIG-B. The GPS signal should be received from the
Customers DCS to the HMI, synchronized with the HMI, MicroNet controller, the generator
protective relay module.

In addition to the alarm display and the Customer supplied alarm printer, all alarms and events are
also automatically logged to a database on the hard drive. The data stored on the hard drive can
be easily retrieved from the HMI desk top. This will bring up a form that will let the operator select
the type of data he is interested in and submit a query.

GE Energy uses the trending features of the HMI for capturing long trending. The MicroNet
communicates to the HMI over ModBus and the update time is 1 to 2 seconds. GE Energy and
Customer will pre-define the variables to monitor or trend in the GAP program but at least all analog
values. The length of time that data is stored on disk before offline archiving is required depends
upon the deadband configuration, process rate of change, and disk size. Buyer may back up the
data on a regular basis on the DVD recorder included in the HMI but no more often than once a
month.

The time stamping for the alarms is occurring in the HMI.


GE Energy provides a suite of software tools (Control Assistant) for the MicroNet control. Providing
additional functionality beyond variable viewing, Control Assistant provides the tools to perform
advanced system diagnostics and other functions. Control Assistant is a suite of three software
products:

Datalog Capture and Graph View functions provide a powerful graphical tool for viewing
dynamic control variable performance off-line. Millisecond time resolution gives great clarity
to dynamic control transients. Control Assistant's graphical features complement lower-
resolution trends from a traditional HMI, letting you solve problems quickly and get back on-
line sooner.
Tunable Maintenance Utility includes the capture, sorting, comparing vs. baseline, saving,
and uploading new tunables to the control. This feature allows a user to download all the
tunable information out of one control system and upload it into another. Or download
tunables from two control systems and compare the difference.
HEX file download is the utility to load a new program into the control system.

The software tools are available for use in the HMI. Diagnostic messages for hardware limit checks
and all other hardware diagnostics for the board can be accessed with the software tools.

All software licenses required to use or maintain the Woodward MicroNet control panel and HMI
are included in the GE Energy scope of supply

Generator Protective Relays

The equipment package is supplied with a microprocessor-based Beckwith M-3425 Integrated


Generator Protection System module (IGPS), mounted in the turbine control panel.
Protective relay system includes functions necessary for protection of the generator.
GE Energy supplied protections are listed in the One-Line Diagram included in Section 20 of this
proposal.
A detailed description of the Beckwith M-3425 integrated generator protection system is included in
Section 14 of this proposal.
"On Line" and "Off Line" Cleaning and Soak Wash System

The equipment package is supplied with an "on-line" cleaning system, which allows customers to
clean the compressor section of the engine during full power operation. The water wash equipment
is mounted on the auxiliary module that is provided with a weather protection enclosure. The same
system reservoir and piping are utilized for off-line soak washing. Customer is required to provide
purified water (per GE specification MID-TD-0000-4) at 104-449 kPag filtered to 20 microns
absolute and air at 552-690 kPag filtered to 5 microns absolute, at the auxiliary skid connections.

Component Factory Testing and Package Static Test

Every new LM6000 gas turbine is performance tested under load in a GE Test Cell, using
procedures developed for flight engine reliability.
The generator is factory-tested to IEC 34.3 or ANSI C50.14 standards at its factory of manufacture.

The gas turbine package receive a rigorous 400-point static test at its factory of manufacture
according to the testing procedure included in section 15 of this proposal, including:

Switch State (NO or NC, actuation, wiring, and set-point)


Temperature element output, and wiring
Transmitter range, output, and wiring
Solenoid operation
Control valve torque motor, excitation, and return signal
Fire system continuity, and device actuation
System flushing verification
Tubing integrity

Customer is invited to witness the gas turbine package factory static test, that will be carried-out at
the GE Energy packaging facility located in Verseghyaz, Hungary.
GE Energy will inform Customer of its intention to carry out the above factory static test with a thirty
(30) days written notice. The date of the test will be confirmed with a ten (10) days prior written
notice.

Drawings, Data and Manuals

The equipment package is supplied with a customer drawing package that includes general
arrangement drawings, flow and instrument diagrams, electrical one-line drawings and
interconnection plan. Additional electrical schematic diagrams and logic drawings are provided for
record. Operation and Maintenance manuals are provided, printed in the English language. The
sections of the manuals related to Operation and Maintenance tasks that would have been
executed by the Owners operators, is provided in the country's home language. The manuals
cover operating concepts for power generating equipment, guides to troubleshooting, basic
information on components, and equipment within the turbine generator set.
Customer drawing package includes also the Flow & Instrument Diagrams, and equipment data
for Customer developing the civil works design and hazardous classification report. GE Energy will
provide Customer with equipment foundation loads data based on actual site conditions.
GE Energy provides also the Quality Plan and associated quality documentation applicable to the
equipment package and testing activities.

GE Energy shall supply the foundation drawing showing the position of all foundation bolts and
embedments referred to an agreed 0 level and main GTG axis (gas turbine center line and gas
turbine exhaust).

GE Energy provides all engineering drawings online at a secure server (www.Project-Net. com).
Each customer can enter this database and view, print or annotate his own project drawings.
Project Net provides the customer with immediate access to the latest revisions of his drawings.
Project Net speeds job completion and saves weeks of time mailing drawings back and forth.

Commissioning Spare Parts

GE Energy will supply one set of start-up and commissioning spares.

Piping Connections

In the equipment package configuration provided, the Customer's piping connections are on the
right side, as viewed from the exciter. As an option, the unit can be built with the Customer's piping
connections on the left side, as viewed from the exciter. The turbine removal door is placed on the
side opposite the piping connections.

Lineside Cubicle

As viewed from the exciter end of a standard unit, the generator line-side cubicle is on the right-
hand side and the neutral cubicle is on the left-hand side. When specified, the location of these
cubicles can be reversed. However, the termination box for generator instrument and control wiring
box, (MGTB) must remain on the right-hand side, and the turbine main terminal box (MTTB) must
remain on the left.