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R.HMI • SpeedTronic™ Mark VI Turbine Control Panel .HMI Computer-Based Training CCF Centrifugal Compressor Fundamentals 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18 3 . Multi-Customer Training Mechanical Programs • Heavy Duty Gas Turbines • Aeroderivative Industrial Gas Turbines • Steam Turbines • Centrifugal Compressors • Reciprocating Compressors Control System Programs • SpeedTronic™ Mark V Turbine Control Panel .Contents Overview Training Worldwide Customized Training C.O.HMI • SpeedTronic™ Mark VIe Turbine Control Panel .E.
E.Overview GE Oil & Gas provides a comprehensive portfolio of training courses on a wide range of products. 4 .Centrifugal Compressor Fundamentals. Italy . where trainees have the opportunity to become familiar with machining. All the rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art presentation equipment suitable for any type of course.trainees from various companies. Multi-Customer Training . classrooms equipped with Speedtronic™ Mark V and Mark VI control panels. In addition. seminar.R. Customized Training .tailored to customer needs and equipment. 2. as well as to groups from multiple companies. GE Fanuc 90/70 PLCs. Bently Nevada simulators and laboratories for hands-on sessions. a conference center. . Training courses delivered at the Florence Learning Center offer formal classroom lectures with the added advantage of being able to visit the manufacturing plant. Located next to GE Oil & Gas headquarters in Florence. These courses can be conducted at the customer's site or in Florence at our Florence Learning Center facility. assembly and testing operations while they are actually being performed. 3. We offer courses both on a single company basis. in multiple languages. pre-scheduled. the Technical Training Department offers courses to all customers."Certified Operator for Rotating Equipment". Our training programs include: 1. The high quality training that they provide is a prerequisite for improving the skills of operation and maintenance personnel to assure safety and superior equipment availability. the Florence Learning Center features numerous scale models and cut-outs of current machines that help students visualize concepts during learning activities. or meeting. a certification program for control room operators. at either the Florence Learning Center or the customer’s site. available for many products. Our 5.600 square meter facility has more than 20 training rooms. in English. Our instructors are field-seasoned experts who combine an understanding of theory with practical experience.O. C. Computer-Based Training . 4. multimedia rooms. at the Florence Learning Center.
Bently Nevada vibration training equipment and other instructional materials such as machined cut-outs showing component parts and displays designed to instruct trainees on the operational features of GE equipment for oil and gas applications. The Center includes two fully equipped classrooms for mechanical training sessions.Training Worldwide Closer to you With the aim of better satisfying customer needs. fourstory building located in the industrial zone of Port Harcourt City. The first was the Sonatrach Training Center in Hassi R’Mel. 5 . In September 2004 the first GE Regional Training Center was inaugurated in Port Harcourt Nigeria. Brazil (opened in July 2002) and Atlantic LNG in Trinidad & Tobago (opened in May 2007). Nigeria. Rivers State. The Center offers customized training as well as standard training packages for GE equipment for operation and maintenance personnel. GE Oil & Gas has created Training Centers worldwide based on the model of the Florence Learning Center. a gas turbine control panel simulator. Development of other GE Oil & Gas Training Centers in strategic regions is underway. It is the first GE facility of its kind in Sub-Saharan Africa. Through the new Centers. In this Training Center. training and assistance for customers in Nigeria and the surrounding region. One of the key objectives is to increase GE’s impact and the value that it adds by creating local resources to deliver technical information and assistance to our customers. Algeria (opened in June 2000) followed by the Petrobras Training Center in Macaè. Construction has recently been completed on a new. and leadership and management courses. we provide technical information. we are developing learning environments that provide information on technologies of interest to our customers.
6 . Instruction is available either at the customer’s site or at the Florence Learning Center and may be scheduled for the convenience of the customer.Customized Training GE’s Oil & Gas Technical Training provides worldclass. site specific technical training to owners and operators of our equipment. The course duration is tailored to the course material and the background of the trainees. To ensure the best possible learning experience for the individual. The courses are designed to meet the specific needs of the customer and are developed using the actual designs and documentation prepared for the relevant customer units. the class size is limited to 15 trainees. Courses and programs are offered for the operation and maintenance of: • • • • • • • • • • • GE Heavy Duty Gas Turbines GE Aeroderivative Industrial Gas Turbines Steam Turbines Centrifugal Compressors Axial Compressors Reciprocating Compressors Centrifugal Pumps Turboexpanders Electric Generators Electric Motors Speedtronic™ Mark V. Courses and related documentation are available in several languages And others upon customer request. Mark VI and Mark VIe Control Systems • PLC GE Fanuc • Bently Nevada Systems Customized training is intended to provide trainees with practical experience that they will be able to apply when they return to their jobs.
Unlike routine activities with courses oriented to single machines. This site-specific certification gives operators the highest level of preparation and proficiency on the plant they have to operate daily.E. simulations and finally an individual exam administered by a GE senior examiner. The training program includes exercises.O. Certified Operator for Rotating Equipment The “Certified Operator for Rotating Equipment” program was launched in 2008 and certifies the customer’s ability to manage a specific installation containing GE rotating equipment.O.R.R.E. this new C. 7 .C. training approach certifies the ability of the customer’s operators from a comprehensive plant operation point of view.
Goals These courses aim to improve a trained work force by providing a more complete vision of GE products and related auxiliaries.Multi-Customer Training Mechanical Programs Who should attend These courses are designed for plant personnel that have a basic knowledge of GE products and who would like to gain more specific knowledge of operation and maintenance features and auxiliary systems. Length 5 Days 8 . Every effort is made to present course material in terms that trainees can readily absorb and apply to their jobs.
Heavy Duty Gas Turbines Operation and Maintenance Gas Turbine General Overview • Installation layout • Influence of external factors on performance Operating Principles • Brayton cycle • Key parameters affecting gas turbine performance Description of Gas Turbine Components • Air compressor • Combustion chamber and principles of emission reduction • Journal and thrust bearings • Oil and air sealing systems • Cooling and sealing air systems Main Gas Turbine Auxiliary Systems • Lube oil system • Control and hydraulic oil system • Starting system • Gas fuel system (if applicable) • Liquid fuel system (if applicable) • Atomizing air system (if applicable) • Gas detection system • Fire fighting system • Ventilation system • Turbine inlet and exhaust air system Gas Turbine Control System • Control and protection systems • Description of gas turbine startup and shut-down sequences Key Parameters during Gas Turbine Startup and Operation • Operating parameter monitoring • Operating parameter evaluation Turbine Performance Curves Gas Turbine Assembly Maintenance Overview • Operating factors affecting maintenance intervals Scheduled Maintenance • Scheduled inspection • Boroscopic inspection • Disassembling and reassembling procedures • Component acceptability criteria Emergency Maintenance Spare Parts Required for Inspections Gas Turbine On-site Alignment Troubleshooting How to use the Unit Service Manuals NOTE: The course is focused on GE10/2. MS5002D and MS7001EA machines 9 .
Model Summary and Heritage of LM Aereoderivative Gas Turbine • Purpose and scope • General description and features • Standard equipment and features Model Summary • LM2500/PGT25 • PGT25+ Description of Gas Turbine Components • Typical aeroderivative gas turbine assembly description • Compressor section • Combustion section • High pressure turbine • Power turbine • Power turbine flow path • Accessory drive components • External accessory skid Gas Turbine Auxiliary Systems • Synthetic and mineral lube oil system • Fuel gas system • Hydraulic starting system Gas Detection & Fire Fighting System Gas Turbine Operation • Operator responsibilities • General operating precautions • Preparation for start-up Gas Turbine Troubleshooting • Purposes of troubleshooting • Definition of troubleshooting • Typical problems with main auxiliary systems Gas Generator Maintenance Philosophy • On-condition maintenance • Maintenance levels Power Turbine Maintenance Philosophy • Inspection types • Inspection intervals Spare Parts Required for Inspections How to use the Unit Service Manuals NOTE: The course is focused on PGT25+ SAC machines 10 .Aeroderivative Gas Turbines Operation and maintenance Gas Turbine General Overview • GE Oil & Gas gas turbine key features • Installation layout • Main equipment configuration Operating Principles • ISO condition • Operating principle • Brayton cycle • External factors affecting gas turbine performance • Internal factors affecting gas turbine performance Aereoderivative Industrial Gas Turbine Heritage Gas Turbine General Description.
Steam Turbines Operation and maintenance GE Oil & Gas Steam Turbines: General Description and Key Features Field Applications Fundamentals of Steam Turbine Cycles • Design considerations • Efficiency considerations • Turbine fundamentals (impulse and reaction) Major Components and Equipment Arrangements • Rotors • Turbine buckets • Journal and thrust bearings • Nozzle boxes • Crossovers • Diaphragms • Casings and shells • Major steam valves • Couplings • Miscellaneous devices • Turning gears Condenser • Operating principles • Components Steam Consumption Diagrams Auxiliary and Protection Systems • Lube oil system • Control oil system • Steam sealing • Vents and drain • Extraction • Exhaust hood Description of Condensate and Drain Circuits Control System • Basic control functions • Basic protection functions • Protective devices • Supervisory instrumentation Preliminary Procedures for Steam Turbine Startup Startup and Shut-down Sequences 11 Loading Key Parameters for Steam Turbine Startup and Operation Maintenance Philosophy Overview • Planning • Inspection types • Routine maintenance Troubleshooting How to use the Unit Service Manuals NOTE: The course is focused on SAC/SC and SNC/SANC machines .
MCL and SRL machines 12 .Centrifugal Compressors Operation and maintenance GE Oil & Gas Centrifugal Compressors: Introduction & Overview Compressors .Overview • Centrifugal Compressor unsteady flows • Rotating stall • Surge Choking (or stonewall) Compressor Performance Curves • Design considerations • Efficiency considerations • Operating planes Compressor Regulation • Basic principle of compressor operation • System resistance curve modification Off Design Operations • Effect of molecular weight variation • Suction temperature variation • Suction pressure variation • Compressor internal leakage • Fouling effect Antisurge Protection System • Protection system philosophy overview Lube Oil System • Description of components • Electrical instruments-typical loops • • • • Jacking oil system (if applicable) Alarm and shut-down Routine check during normal operation Identifying malfunctions & faults Sealing System • Scope of the system • Description of components • Electrical instruments-typical loops • Alarm and shut-down • Seal operation • Routine check during normal operation • Identifying malfunctions & faults Assembly and Disassembly Operations • Special tools • Clearance measurements Maintenance Philosophy • Minor and major maintenance • Preventive maintenance How to use the Unit Service Manuals NOTE: The course is focused on BCL.General Description and Key Features • Shaft • Impellers/Blades • Balance drum and thrust collar • Casing and diaphragm bundle/stator vanes • Journal & thrust bearings • Oil seals • Instrumentation Gas Path • Fluid Flow in a Centrifugal Compressor • Axial thrust Abnormal Operating Conditions .
Reciprocating Compressors Operation and maintenance Reciprocating Process Compressors: General Description • How the compressor operates and how it is integrated in a plant • Components of a reciprocating compressor Basic Principles of Operation -Thermodynamics • Ideal and real compression cycle • Capacity and Power • Multistage compression Review of Compressor Components -Cylinders: • Single acting/double acting cylinders • Main components/operating principle Frame: • Frame arrangements • Key components/operating principles Lube Oil and Cooling Systems Frame Oil System • Operating principles • Description/features of components • Instrumentation Cylinder Oil System: • Operating principles • Review of possible arrangements • Control/instrumentation Compressor Cooling: • Cooling solutions • System components • Control/instrumentation Startup/Stop Sequences • Minimum requirements to safely start and stop the unit • Special sequences to meet process requirements Main Parameters during Compressor Operation • Data acquisition systems and analysis • Run-out and rod-drop Pulsation and Vibration • Wave propagation • Pressure pulsation • Gas capacity pulsation • Vibrations Maintenance Overview • Corrective maintenance • Preventive maintenance Diagnostics and Maintenance • List of parameters for optimum diagnostics • Troubleshooting • Maintenance planning from diagnostic results • Routine maintenance and inspection Compressor Modifications • Up-dating and up-rating (capacity control. valve losses and pocket factors How to use the Unit Service Manuals NOTE: The course is focused on 2HE/1-1 and 6HG/3 machines 13 .
The courses provide a solid background in turbine governing systems. Length 10 Days 14 .Multi-Customer Training Control System Programs Who should attend Engineers and experienced instrument and control technicians. Participants increase their skills in machine operation requirements. Class size is limited to maintain an effective learning environment and to allow for adequate hands-on experience. Goals These two-week courses enable engineers to calibrate the controls and diagnose problems in GE control panels.
SpeedTronic™ Mark V Turbine Control Panel .HMI Operation and maintenance Gas Turbine Control Fundamentals • General description and operating principles • Main components • Auxiliary systems Introduction To Speedtronic™ Mark V • General overview of control system • TMR Control Philosophy Hardware Description • Control Panel • Operator Interface • Panel Documentation • P&ID \ Interconnection drawings \ Device summary • Practice General Software Description • Operating System & Software Structure • TCI and Cimplicity services for <HMI> • HMI & Software Tools • HMI Documentation • Practice Control Software Philosophy • Startup control system overview • Speed control system overview • Acceleration control system overview • Temperature control system overview Protection Philosophy • Protections: Over Temperature & Over Speed • Vibrations & Loss of Flame / stall (if any) • Alarms: Trip and Events • Control specification reference Operating Procedures • Permissive to Start/ Crank/ Fire • Startup and Shutdown Sequence • Troubleshooting • Practice Introduction to the Speedtronic Mark V Features • Control panel hardware configuration • Backup operator interface panel <BOI> / Backup systems (if any) • Abbreviations and conventions • I/O & Global Variable scaling • Mark V data communication network Software Configuration • I/O Configuration • Sequencing • Control constants and assignment files • Compiling Configuration Program (MK5MAKE) • Download Configuration Files Cimplycity • Navigation through screens • Applications • Alarm display • Screen Edit • Configuration of points 15 .
HMI ™ Operation and maintenance Control Panel Overview • System architecture • Hardware identification and description Introduction to HMI • Windows NT/2000/XP basic information • Cimplicity program description • Toolbox ST program description • Common communication port Mark VI Controller • Hardware structure • Controllers • I/O Packs • Terminal boards • Practice Toolbox • General description and features • Software structure description • Hardware configuration • Modify sequence • Adding I/O signal • Downloading new configuration • Data exchange configuration • Trend recorder • HMI configuration • Finder analysis • Practice Cimplicity Project • Cimplicity project configuration • Standard screen description • Cymplicity screen editing • Practice • Trends Troubleshooting • Troubleshooting tools description • Watch Windows • Practice • Trip history • Replacement of cards Fuel Demand Philosophy • Startup • Acceleration • Speed/load • Temperature • Shutdown Protection • Overtemperature • Overspeed • Vibration • Loss of flame Panel Calibration • Servo actuator calibration Startup and Shut-down Procedures • Permissives How to use the Unit Service Manuals 16 .SpeedTronic Mark VI Turbine Control Panel .
HMI Operation and maintenance Control Panel Overview • System architecture • Hardware identification and description Introduction to HMI • Windows XP basic information • Cimplicity program description • Toolbox ST program description • Common communication port Mark VIe Controller • Hardware structure • Controllers • I/O Packs • Terminal boards • Practice ToolboxST • General description and features • Software structure description • Hardware configuration • Modify sequence • Adding I/O signal • Downloading new configuration • Data exchange configuration • Trend recorder • HMI configuration • Finder analysis • Practice Cimplicity Project • Cimplicity project configuration • Standard screen description • Cymplicity screen editing • Practice • Trends Troubleshooting • Troubleshooting tools description • Watch Windows • Practice • Capture Block & DDR • Trip history • Replacement of cards Fuel Demand Philosophy • Startup • Acceleration • Speed/load • Temperature • Shut-down Protection • Overtemperature • Overspeed • Vibration • Loss of flame Panel Calibration • Servo actuator calibration Startup and Shut-down Procedures • Permissives How to use the Unit Service Manuals 17 .SpeedTronic™ Mark VIe Turbine Control Panel .
this course uses state-of-the-art 3D animations. one of our most universal CD-ROM training programs. anytime and anywhere • As a quick start training program • As a periodic refresher course Organization The integrated. Using this multimedia training course. Centrifugal Compressor Fundamentals. GE Oil & Gas has been using computerbased training to benefit from its capabilities to: • Shorten training time • Improve retention rates • Bring just-in-time training to our service engineers Now. function. and factors that affect centrifugal compressor performance • Design and Construction – includes the identification. automatic record keeping system maintains complete records on: • Each user’s progress • Each user’s test scores Graphic menus organiz information 18 . audio. graphics. customers can gain knowledge in the convenience of their own site or achieve the necessary preparation before attending formal classroom training. safety precautions. Based on the latest technology. maintenance intervals and requirements. as well as compressor instrumentation and monitoring systems • Operation and Maintenance – describes basic startup and operating procedures. With our interactive multimedia training course you can: • Reduce training time by an average of 30% to 70% • Increase long-term retention by an average of 50% Flexibility Trainees can use it: • During work or off hours. Our new course presents the following material: • Theory of Operation – includes principles of operation. and assembly of all major centrifugal compressor components • Auxiliary Systems and Instrumentation – describes the lube oil system and the sealing system. basic thermodynamic and rotordynamic theory. major components. is being made available to our customers. and text to provide an introduction to GE centrifugal compressors.Computer–Based Training CCF Centrifugal Compressor Fundamentals Since 1993. and troubleshooting advice Benefits Using traditional classroom training methods to present this material can take up to 16 hours. maintenance philosophy.
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