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Approved

I 22 Dec 2016 For Approval J.M PARK B.H LEE J.T BAIK
H 10 Dec 2016 For Approval J.M PARK B.H LEE J.T BAIK
G 12 Oct 2016 For Approval J.M PARK B.H LEE J.T BAIK
F 07 Sep 2016 For Approval J.M PARK B.H LEE J.T BAIK
E 19 Aug 2016 For Approval J.M PARK B.H LEE J.T BAIK
REV DATE DESCRIPTION DSGN CHKD APPD
PROJECT TITLE :

SARULLA GEOTHERMAL POWER PROJECT


OWNER :

CONTRACTOR :

DESIGNED BY DATE TITLE :

J.M PARK 22 Dec 2016


CHECKED BY DATE
Performance Test Procedure
B.H LEE 22 Dec 2016
for Steam Turbine
APPROVED BY DATE DOCUMENT NUMBER REV
J.T BAIK 22 Dec 2016 7-087-X19-00112 I
SARULLA GEOTHERMAL POWER PROJECT Performance Test Procedure
Steam Turbinet

Contents

1. Purpose………………………………………………………………………………. 1
2. Reference Data……………………………………………………………………… 1
3. Applicable Codes and Steam Tables……………………………………………… 1
3.1 Applicable Test Codes……………………………………………………………… 1
3.2 Applicable Steam Tables…………………………………………………………… 2
4. Target Items………………………………………………………………………….. 2
5. Test Conditions………………………………………………………………………. 2
5.1 Operating Condition………………………………………………………………… 2
5.2 Cycle Isolation……………………………………………………………………….. 2
5.3 Permissible Deviations of Variables………………………………………………. 3
5.4 Turbine Condition…………………………………………………………………… 4
6. Schedule of Testing…………………………………………………………………. 5
6.1 Stability Check………………………………………………………………………. 5
6.2 Preliminary Test……………………………………………………………………… 5
6.3 Test Duration………………………………………………………………………… 5
6.4 Sampling Test……………………………………………………………………….. 6
6.5 Number of Test Runs……………………………………………………………….. 6
7. Instrumentation……………………………………………………………………… 6
7.1 Calibration……………………………………………………………………………. 6
7.2 Time Adjustment…………………………………………………………………….. 6
7.3 Number of Readings………………………………………………………………... 6
8. Division of work……………………………………………………………………… 7
8.1 Instrument Calibration………………………………………………………………. 7
8.2 Calculation of Uncertainty………………………………………………………….. 7
8.3 Temporary Instrument Installation…………………………………………………. 7
8.4 Data Collection………………………………………………………………………. 7
8.5 Calculation of Test Result………………………………………………………….. 8
9. Calculation of Test Result………………………………………………………….. 8
9.1 Operation Parameters………………………………………………………………. 8
9.2. Correction of Gross Output………………………………………………………… 9
10. Evaluation of Test Result…………………………………………………………… 10
10.1 Indication Validity……………………………………………………………………. 10
10.2 Retest………………………………………………………………………………… 10
11. Report………………………………………………………………………………… 10

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Appendixces

1. Measuring Points / Isolation Valves


2. Measuring Instrument List
3. STG Performance Test Manual Recording Data Sheet
4. Uncertainty Analysis

References

1. Heat Balance Diagram 4GMI00233 Rev.6


(Target Point)
2. Correction Curves LST-GMH-XISLI-0002 Rev.4
3. Degradation Curve for interim Operation LST-GMH-XISLI-003 Rev.0

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1 Purpose
This document describes the procedure for measuring STG performance for Sarulla
Geothermal Power Plant
SIL #1 located in Indonesia. The purpose of this test is to confirm that the STG
performance values measured under the Target Point condition satisfy the target items
between HDEC / Toshiba, which are described in Clause 4.
Each Component Unit shall be tested for a period of two (2) hours in order to
demonstrate that each Component Unit can operate safely close to the design range
and to demonstrate the performance and correct operation of its equipment (the
"Component Unit Test").

2 Reference Data
The latest revision at the time of testing of the following documents shall be applied.
(1) Heat Balance Diagram (Reference 1)
• Target Point with Gross Output at Generator Terminals of 62,850 kW

(2) Correction curves (Reference 2) for SIL


• Correction factor for Main Steam Flow

• Correction factor for Main Steam Pressure

• Correction factor for Exhaust Pressure

• Correction factor for NCG content

• Correction factor for Generator Power Factor

(3) Uncertainty Analysis (to be prepared and carried out by HDEC)

3 Applicable Codes and Steam Tables


3.1 Applicable Test Codes

The performance test shall be carried out in accordance with ASME Performance Test
Code 6 unless otherwise specified. The revision of applied code shall be the latest one
available at the date of contract (i.e. ASME PTC6-2004 –reaffirmed 2014). As a
practical test guideline for the steam turbine generator, ASME PTC 1, 2 and 19 series
are also to be referred to when necessary.

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3.2 Applicable Steam Tables

Proper steam tables for steam properties equivalent to IAPWS-IF97 shall be used (i.e.
ASME1997, JSME1999).

4 Targeted Items
When the Steam Turbine Generator unit is operating under the specified condition
given in "Clauses Test Conditions," the Gross Output at Generator Terminals shall be
target.

Gross Output at Generator Terminals 62,850 kW

For the confirmation of Gross Output at Generator Terminals, operation parameters


shall be measured in accordance with "Clause 7 Instrumentation" the result shall be
corrected in accordance with "Clause9 Calculation of Test Result" and the corrected
result shall be judged as per "Clause 10 Evaluation of Test Result".

5 Test Conditions

5.1 Operating Condition

Targeted STG performance is based on the interface conditions at Target Point


Condition, and is based on the operating condition specified in the heat balance
diagram of Reference 1. The following are the key parameters of the operating
condition
Inlet Pressure (at strainer inlet) 19.5 bara
Inlet Temperature 210.5 ℃
CV Valve Position Wide Open
Dryness 99.98 %
Non-condensable gas content 2.7 wt%
Outlet Pressure 1.30 bara
Steam to Turbine 579,000 kg/h
Gross Output at Generator Terminals 62,850 kW
Generator Power Factor 0.85 lagging

5.2 Cycle Isolation

As the cycle isolation affects the accuracy of test results, extraneous flows shall be
isolated from the system. If there is any doubt about the ability to isolate extraneous

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flows during the test, preparations shall be made prior to the test to measure these
flows. The flows to be isolated are listed below. The valves listed in Table 1 shall be
isolated.

• Blow off lines

• Drain lines on steam strainers, stop valves, control valves, etc.

• Other specified items


Table1 Isolation Valve List (STG Portion)

Equipment No. Valve Name / Tag No Test Normal


Position Position
087-G-5308 Drain Valve of Main Steam Strainer (L) Closed Open

087-G-5311 Drain Valve of Main Steam Strainer (R) Closed Open

087-G-5309 Drain Valve after MSV(L) Closed Open

087-G-5312 Drain Valve after MSV(R) Closed Open

087-G-5323 Drain Valve after CV(L) Closed Open

087-G-5313 Drain Valve after CV(L) Closed Open

087-G-5332 Drain Valve at Exhaust Closed Closed

5.3 Permissible Deviations of Variables

In order to avoid application of large correction factors to calculated test results, it is


necessary that pressures and temperatures are close to the targeted Heat Balance
values. During testing, operating parameters shall be kept within the limits indicated in
Table 2.

Table 2 Permissible Deviation of Variables

Permissible Deviation for the Permissible Fluctuations


Variable Test Average from Rated During any Test Run
Conditions (Note 1) (Note 2)
±0.25% of absolute pressure
a) Initial steam pressure ±3.0% of absolute pressure or ±34.5kPa, whichever is
larger
b) Main steam flow Not specified (Note 3)

c) Non-condensable gas
±0.15% (Note 4) -
content

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±0.34kPa or ±2.5% of the ±0.14kPa or ±1.0% of the


d) Exhaust pressure
absolute pressure, whichever absolute pressure, whichever
(as Exhaust Flange)
is larger is larger
e) Gross Output Generator
±5.0% ±0.25%
output
f) Voltage ±5.0% -

g) Power factor Not specified ± 1. 0%

h) Turbine/Generator Speed ±5.0% ±0.25%

Notes:
1. In any event, the maximum allowable variations in pressure, temperature and
speed are not to be exceeded, unless specifically agreed among test parties.
2. Fluctuations would be indicated by scatter in the data.
3. Flow measurements shall not be undertaken unless the flow is steady or fluctuates
only slightly with time. The permissible fluctuation is ±1.0 percent of the differential
pressure for fluctuations with a frequency greater than twice the frequency of
successive readings and ±4.0 percent for smaller frequencies.
4. If it is not practical to operate the turbine within the stated range of non-
condensable gas concentration, the test may be conducted at a non-condensable
gas concentration that is agreed to by all parties.

5.4 Turbine Condition

Gross Output at Generator Terminals is targeted under the condition that the inner
parts of turbine such as nozzles and turbine blades are in new and clean conditions,
without any deposits or damages.

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6 Schedule of Testing

6.1 Stability Check

For the duration of the test, the unit must be in steady state conditions with flows,
pressures and temperatures inside the permissible levels of deviations. For this reason,
it is necessary to establish the test conditions for at least one hour prior to the start of
Preliminary Test reading and Official Test reading. The Test schedule is shown in Figure
1.

Figure 1 Typical Test Schedule

6.2 Preliminary Test and Official Test

Preliminary test shall be carried out on one day before official test run, for the purpose
of confirming cycle isolation, checking all instruments and training personnel.

6.3 Test Duration

Official Performance Test and Preliminary Test will be carried out separately for the
duration of two hours. This does not include one hour pre-measuring to check stability
and one hour reserve data reading after the official test. The timing of the Test will be
agreed between all parties involved in the Test.

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6.4 Number of Test Runs

One preliminary test run and one official test run, under the specified operating
conditions shall be scheduled.

7 Instrumentation

7.1 Calibration

All the Primary Instruments for performance confirmation shall be calibrated prior to
testing, so that calibrations have not expired, and its reading are reliable within the
known error.

7.2 Time Adjustment

Prior to testing, all the clocks/watches of D-EHC, Data Logger and recording staff shall
be adjusted to indicate the same value as CSC.

7.3 Number of Readings

The required number of readings depends on the scattering of indicating values.


Generator output and differential pressure on flow meters for Main Steam flow shall be
recorded at one minute interval or more frequently if deemed necessary. Other
measurements shall be made at appropriate intervals in accordance with Appendix 2.
Average of reading for two hours is to be utilized for calculation, unless otherwise
specified.

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8 Division of work

8.1 Instrument Calibration

As all temporary instruments will be shipped to the site prior to the Test, the calibration
of these instruments will be carried out by international certified laboratory, which is
nominated by HDEC and/or their subcontractor. All instrumentation will have valid
calibration certificates and will be inside the calibration dates for the testing period. For
permanent instruments, as their calibration may expire before the Tests, its calibration
shall be carried out by the instrument supplier. Calibration Certificates shall be shared
within HDEC and Toshiba, and is to be attached to Performance Test Report.

8.2 Calculation of Uncertainty

The party in charge of instrument supply or calibration shall provide uncertainty data
sheet or calibration certificate. In case several instruments are applied to derive single
value, such as Main Steam Flow, its calculation formula and uncertainty shall be
described, so that validity can be confirmed.
Based on the uncertainty data and calculation formula for instruments, HDEC will
prepare Uncertainty Analysis for Gross Output. Analysis result will be submitted to
Toshiba for review

8.3 Temporary Instrument Installation

HDEC is to dispatch instruments TA specialized for the supplied temporary instruments.


All temporary instruments will be installed and removed by HDEC.

8.4 Data Collection

Digitally recorded operation data shall be collected by the party indicated below.
Collected data shall be shared within HDEC / Toshiba, as soon as practical after
collection.
Parameter Measuring Interval Prepared by
D-EHC every 1 min, or more frequently : HDEC

Data Logger every 1 min, or more frequently : HDEC


CSC every 1 min, or more frequently : HDEC

Digitally collected data shall include the time data of every one minute. Data will be

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included the non-engineering unit signals and engineering unit values.


For manually collected data, both HDEC & Toshiba shall witness and sign on the
recorded sheets. For digitally collected data, both HDEC & Toshiba shall sign on the
printed out record.

8.5 Calculation of Test Result

HDEC will calculate the Main Steam flow rate from dPT and inform Toshiba of the result.
Based on the operation data and Main Steam flow rate & NCG content HDEC will
calculate Corrected Gross Output at generator terminals as per "Clause 9 Calculation
of Test Result." All data for calculation of result will be submitted to Toshiba for review.

9 Calculation of Test Result

9.1 Operation Parameters

(1) Main Steam Flow


Steam flow rate to the steam turbine will be calculated in accordance with ASME
PTC 19.5 using the data of differential pressure, static pressure and temperature to
be measured at permanently installed station flow element, the calibrated venturi
meter, located in the steam line immediately upstream of the main stop valves and
downstream of the steam purifier.

(2) Partial Pressure of Main Steam


Following measured values are to be utilized for partial pressure calculation.
𝑃𝑚𝑎𝑖𝑛 : Pressure of Main Steam Line (barA)
𝑇𝑚𝑎𝑖𝑛 : Temperature of Main Steam Line (K)
𝛼𝑔𝑎𝑠 : Content of NCG in Main Steam Line (wt%)

Calculation process is as follows.


Molarity of water in Main Steam (mol%) is derived as follows.

∝𝑔𝑎𝑠
(1 − ( 100 ) ÷ 18.02)
𝛾𝑤𝑎𝑡𝑒𝑟 = ∝𝑔𝑎𝑠 ∝𝑔𝑎𝑠
(1 − ( 100 ) ÷ 18.02) + (
100 ÷ 44.01)

Partial pressure of Main Steam without NCG (barA) is calculated as follows.

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𝑃𝑚𝑎𝑖𝑛𝑠𝑡𝑒𝑎𝑚 = 𝑃𝑚𝑎𝑖𝑛 𝑋 𝛾𝑤𝑎𝑡𝑒𝑟


Saturated steam temperature based on Main Steam partial pressure 𝑇𝑠𝑎𝑡𝑢𝑟𝑎𝑡𝑒 (K)
is to be derived from Steam Table, based on 𝑃𝑚𝑎𝑖𝑛𝑠𝑡𝑒𝑎𝑚
Note: If the NCG molecular weight appears to be different from the above value
(44.01), above formula shall be corrected.

9.2 Correction of Gross Output

The measured Gross Output shall be corrected as follows


OUTcoyy = OUTt / COUT
OUTcoyy : Output corrected to rated operating conditions
OUTt : Output measured during performance test.
COUT : Total Correction factor for Output correction

The total correction factor shall be obtained as


COUT = (1+CFflow/100) x (1+CFip/100) x (1+CFexh/100) x (1+CFncg/100) x (1+CFpf/100)
where
CFflow : Correction factor for main steam flow
= (measured steam flow / expected steam flow)
CFip : Correction factor for main steam pressure
CFexh : Correction factor for exhaust pressure
CFncg : Correction factor for NCG content
CFpf : Correction factor for power factor

Note : Correction factors CFip must be applied in conjunction with the correction
factor for main steam flow to the turbine, CFflow.

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10 Evaluation of Test Result

10.1 Indication Validity

When there is any abnormality observed in measurement, its indication validity will be
cross-checked with secondary measurements. At the same time, instrument installation
shall be confirmed for its integrity.

10.2 Retest

After finishing the test, HDEC will report the preliminary results of the Official Test to
Toshiba within twenty hour (24) of the conduct of the Tests.

11 Report
After finishing the test, the Draft Final Test Report including following information will be
issued by HDEC within seven (7) working days to Toshiba. Toshiba will review and
submit any comments it may have within fourteen (14) working days. If there are no
disputes after the submission of the Toshiba comments, HDEC will submit the Final
Test Report within fourteen (14) days after submission of Toshiba's comments.

- Summary of the Test


- Result of the Test
- Discussion Topic
- Data Sheet Measured
- Calibration Certificates

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Appendix 2. Primary Insturment List


Reading
Permanent/ Calibrated Measured Reference
Measuring Item Customer Tag No. Q’ty Type Supplier Location Frequency
Temporary by by Drawing No.
min
Pressure
Pressure PP 2 Temporary HDEC Local 1 min 1GMH01446
Transmitter

Flow FIT5101 1 Flow meter Permanent HDEC DCS 1 min 7-087-M09-00051


Main steam
Sample point from Gas sample
NCG 1 Temporary HDEC Laboratory - 1GMH01446
main steam line analysis
RTD
Temperature TW 4 Temporary HDEC Local 1 min 1GMH01446
(thermal well)
Pressure
Turbine exhaust Pressure PP 4 Temporary HDEC Local 1 min 1GMH01446
Transmitter
Output Digital power Generator test
Generator - 1 Temporary HDEC 1 min -
Power Factor meter terminal

Note

1. Primary instruments are to be used directly for Power Output calculation. Secondary instruments are to be referred to for the confirmation of measurement stability & validity

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Appendix 2. Secondary Insturment List


Reading
Permanent/ Calibrated Measured Reference
Measuring Item Customer Tag No. Q’ty Type Supplier Location Frequency
Temporary by by Drawing No.
min
Pressure
087-T-PIT-001L 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
Transmitter
Pressure
Pressure
087-T-PIT-001R 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
Transmitter
Main steam
RTD
087-T-TE-001L 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
(thermal well)
Temperature
RTD
087-T-TE-001R 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
(thermal well)
Pressure 087-T-PDIT-001L 1 Pressure Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
Main steam
Differential
strainer
Pressure 087-T-PDIT-001R 1 Guage & Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
Turbine inlet Pressure
Pressure 087-T-PIT-002 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
bowl Transmitter
Pressure
Pressure 087-T-PIT-003 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
Turbine 1st Transmitter
stage RTD
Temperature 087-T-TE-220 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Casing 1 min 1GMH01446
(thermal well)
Grand steam Pressure
Pressure 087-T-PIT-005 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
condenser Transmitter
Pressure
Pressure 087-T-PIT-004 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Local 1 min 1GMH01446
Transmitter
Turbine exhaust
RTD
Temperature 087-T-TE-002 1 Permanent TOSHIBA Casing 1 min 1GMH01446
(thermal well)
Turbine Speed - 1 Electronic Permanent TOSHIBA DEHC / DCS 1 min -
Voltage
Digital power
Generator Current - Temporary TOSHIBA DEHC / DCS 1 min -
meter
Frequency

Note

1. Primary instruments are to be used directly for Power Output calculation. Secondary instruments are to be referred to for the confirmation of measurement stability & validity

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APPENDIX 4
Pre- Uncertaint Calculation

SYSTEMATIC UNCERTAINTY
1. Systematic Uncertainty of Gross Output
Component Specification Systematic Uncertainty Remark
Number of elements One Watt-hour meter 1 (m)
Watt-hour meter Temporary watt meter +/- 0.02 % (a)
Voltage Transformer +/- 0.3 % (b)
Currenct Transformer +/- 0.3 % (c)

2 0.5 2 0.5 2 0.5 +/- 0.425 %


Total Systematic Uncertainty = [ a + (b/m ) + (c/m ) ]

2. Systematic Uncertainty of STG Power Factor


Component Specification Systematic Uncertainty Remark
Number of elements One element of watt meter 1 (m)
Power Factor Temporary watt meter +/- 0.02 % (a)

0.5 2 0.5 +/- 0.020 %


Total Systematic Uncertainty = [ (a/m ) ]

3. Systematic Uncertainty of Steam Flow Rate


Component Specification Systematic Uncertainty Remark
Number of elements One element of Steam flow meter 1 (m)
Flow meter (FIT-5101) Permanent Steam Flow meter +/- 0.57 % (a)

0.5 2 0.5 +/- 0.570 %


Total Systematic Uncertainty = [ (a/m ) ]

4. Systematic Uncertainty of Main Steam Pressure


Component Specification Systematic Uncertainty Remark
Number of elements One absolute pressure for Ambient 1 (m)
Absolute pressure transmitter Temporary +/- 0.10 % (a)
Number of elements Two static pressure transmitter 2 (n)
Static pressure transmitter Temporary +/- 0.10 % (b)

0.5 2 + 0.5 2 0.5 +/- 0.122 %


Total Systematic Uncertainty = [ (a/m ) (b/n ) ]

5. Systematic Uncertainty of Exhaust Pressure


Component Specification Systematic Uncertainty Remark
Number of elements One absolute pressure for Ambient 1 (m)
Absolute pressure transmitter Temporary +/- 0.10 % (a)
Number of elements Four elements differential pressure transmitter 4 (n)
Differential pressure transmitter Temporary +/- 0.10 % (b)

0.5 2 + 0.5 2 0.5 +/- 0.112 %


Total Systematic Uncertainty = [ (a/m ) (b/n ) ]

6. Systematic Uncertainty of NCG Content


Component Specification Systematic Uncertainty Remark
Number of samples Three samples during test run 3 (m)
Samples Laboratory Analysis +/- 0.20 % (a)

0.5 2 0.5 +/- 0.115 %


Total Systematic Uncertainty = [ (a/m ) ]

TEST UNCERTAINTY for STEAM TURBINE TEST


Θi Bi Θi x Bi Si Θi x Si
SYSTEMATIC STANDARD RANDOM
VARIABLE SYSTEMATIC REMARK
SENSITIVITY UNCERTAINTY DEVIATION UNCERTAINTY
UNCERTAINTY
CONTRIBUTION OF THE MEAN CONTRIBUTION
Gross Power Output 1.000% per % 0.425 % 0.4247 % 0.300 % 0.3000 %
STG Power Factor 0.012% per % 0.020 % 0.0002 % 0.300 % 0.0036 % Sensitivity by correction curve
Steam Flow Rate 1.000% per % 0.570 % 0.5700 % 0.300 % 0.3000 %
Main Steam Pressure 1.330% per % 0.122 % 0.1629 % 0.300 % 0.3990 %
Exhaust Pressure 0.300% per % 0.112 % 0.0335 % 0.300 % 0.0900 %
NCG Content 0.007% per % 0.115 % 0.0008 % 0.300 % 0.0020 %

SYSTEMATIC UNCERATAINTY, B 0.730 % root sum square of Θi x Bi


RANDOM UNCERATAINTY, S 0.589 % root sum square of Θi x Si
"t" value (Student's t) 1.960 %

TOTAL UNCERATAINTY OF
1.366 % (B^2 + (t x S)^2)^0.5
CORRECTED POWER OUTPUT, Up

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Contents

For SIL

1. Correction factor for Main Steam Flow

2. Correction factor for Main Steam Pressure

3. Correction factor for Exhaust Pressure

4. Correction factor for NCG content

5. Correction factor for Generator Power Factor

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Correction of Gross Output


The measured Gross Output shall be corrected as follows
OUTcoyy = OUTt / COUT
OUTcoyy : Output corrected to rated operating conditions
OUTt : Output measured during performance test.
COUT : Total Correction factor for Output correction

The total correction factor shall be obtained as


COUT = (1+CFflow/100) x (1+CFip/100) x (1+CFexh/100) x (1+CFncg/100)
x (1+CFpf/100)

where
CFflow : Correction factor for main steam flow
= (measured steam flow / expected steam flow)
CFip : Correction factor for main steam pressure
CFexh : Correction factor for exhaust pressure
CFncg : Correction factor for NCG content
CFpf : Correction factor for power factor

Note : Correction factors, CFip, must be applied in conjunction with the correction
factor for main steam flow to the turbine, CFflow.

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Notes for the correction curves


1) This correction curve shall be applied to the following main steam
supply condition

For SIL
Main steam pressure : 19.5 bara
Main steam Temperature : 210.5 degC
NCG in steam : 2.7 wt%
Steam flow to turbine : 579,000 kg/h
Exhaust pressure : 1.3 bara
Power factor : 0.85 LAGGING

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※ The main steam pressure used in correction factor is with NCG

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