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Mon, 14 Sep | Osborne Engineering Limited

OTSMKII001 GAS TURBINE OPERATIONS WITH MK V SPEEDTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM - Power Gen

The MK V Speedtronic Control System is a complex and multi-faceted system. This course provides a detailed examination of all the main aspects of the MK V Control System. This will include MK V Speedtronic Hardware, Software and a detailed evaluation of Control System Theory/Sequencing.
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Time & Location

14 Sep 2020, 09:00 – 18 Sep 2020, 13:00
Osborne Engineering Limited, Unit 19, Nelson Industrial Estate, Atley Way, North, Cramlington NE23 1WA, UK

About the Event

MK V Speedtronic Control System Maintenance (Ref:OTSMKV002)

Course Objectives

To enable an engineer to be fully conversant with all aspects of the MK V Control System and would have significantly increased confidence/experience in the areas of troubleshooting/fault finding.

Course Description

The MK V Speedtronic Control System is a complex and multi-faceted system. This course provides a detailed examination of all the main aspects of the MK V Control System. This will include MK V Speedtronic Hardware, Software and a detailed evaluation of Control System Theory/Sequencing. The student will also benefit from a detailed description of troubleshooting techniques and will be allowed to practice these skills with a variety of simulated faults on a Speedtronic Gas Turbine Simulator.

Who Should Attend

This is an essential course for those engineers/technicians involved with the troubleshooting of Gas Turbine faults using a MK V Speedtronic Control System. Gas Turbine operators who are looking to advance their career potential would find the course useful and would those Team Leader/Shift Supervisors wishing to increase their knowledge of the MK V Speedtronic Control system.

Pre-Requisites

All Attendees should have a sound power generation background and experience on MK V.

Course Outcome

At the end of this course you will be able to maintain a gas turbine using a MK V Control System.

Course Outline

Day 1

Introduction

Gas Turbine Overview

MK V Control System Hardware Overview

Day 2

MK V Control System Hardware continued

Hardware Jumpers

I/O Capability

I/O Report Schedule

Day 3

MK V Control System Principles

MK V Sequencing

Rungs, Primitives, Big Blocks

Start up Sequence

Speed Control

Temperature Control

Using Dynamic Rung Display

Day 4

Creating Sequencing

Adding new I/O Point

Adding Control Signals

Writing / editing rungs

MK V Software (<I>)

Password Administration

IDOS Operating System

Directory Structure

Types of Files

MK V Speedtronic Control System Maintenance (Ref:OTSMKV002)

Day 5

MK V Displays (<I>)

Modifying an Operator Display

Creating a new Display

Configuring the Main Menu

Day 6

Calibration

Creating a User Defined Display

MK V Servo Regulators

Calibration Procedure

Use of Diagnostic Counters Software

Autocalibrate

Day 7

Calibration continued

I/O Configurator

EEPROM Downloader

Troubleshooting

Hardware troubleshooting

Use of LLC Display

Terminal Interface Monitor

Day 8

Troubleshooting continued

Trip History Display

Configuring Trip History Display

Real Time Plots

Triggered Plots

Trending

Day 9

Troubleshooting continued

View Programs

Additional Topics

Using the Backup Operator Interface

Configuring the Backup Operator Interface

Logic Forcing

Day 10

Additional Topics continued

Backing up software

Configuring an <I> Processor

Installing an Arcnet Card

Course Review and Feedback

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