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Thu, 06 Aug | Osborne Engineering Limited

OTSDES001 DIESEL GENERATOR - Power Gen

DescriptionThis course is intended to provide an overview of the operations and maintenance of a diesel generator. The course starts with an introduction to the operations and maintenance of a diesel engine, covering all aspects of a modern diesel engine and associated systems.
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Time & Location

06 Aug 2020, 09:00 – 10 Aug 2020, 13:00
Osborne Engineering Limited, Unit 19, Nelson Industrial Estate, Atley Way, North, Cramlington NE23 1WA, UK

About the Event

DIESEL GENERATOR (ref:otsdes001)

Course Objectives

This course is intended to provide a theoretical overview of the operations and maintenance of a diesel generator.

Course Description

This course is intended to provide an overview of the operations and maintenance of a diesel generator. The course starts with an introduction to the operations and maintenance of a diesel engine, covering all aspects of a modern diesel engine and associated systems. A description of the Electrical systems associated with a diesel engine are then covered in detail including generator operations, generator compo-nents, excitation systems and voltage regulation.

Who Should Attend

This is an excellent course for all employees involved in the operations and maintenance of diesel generators. This course would be of specific benefit to those who are involved in the use of diesels as emergency generators which would include most power stations, oil platforms and petrochemical plants.

Pre-Requisites

All Attendees should have a sound power generation background.

Course Outcome

At the end of this course you will have the theoretical knowledge required to apply when working with diesel generators.

Course Outline 

Day 1

IntroductionDiesels as Prime MoversDiesel Systems and TerminologyCompression RatioBoreStrokeCombustion ChamberDiesel OperationDiesel Systems

Day 2

Generator ConstructionGenerator OperationsSynchronisingLoading/UnloadingReactive CapabilityPower Factor

Day 3 

Generator Testing and ComissioningLoad TestingLoad RejectionGenerator Fault FindingRotor Earth FaultShorted TurnsStator Winding FaultsGenerator Repair Capability

Day 4 

Voltage Regulators and Excitation systemsExcitation PrinciplesStatic Exciation SystemsBrushless Excitation SystemsPMG’s

Diesel GENERATOR (ref:otsdes001)

Day 5

System operations

Droop Control

Isochronous Control or Islanded Mode

Black Start Operations

Course Review and Assessment

Registration is Closed

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