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OTSMKVI002 MKVI SPEEDTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM MAINTENANCE (2 weeks) - Power Gen

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

08 Nov 2020, 09:00 – 19 Nov 2020, 13:00
Osborne Engineering LLC., Unnamed Road - جبل عليمنطقة جبل علي الحرة - دبي - United Arab Emirates

About the Event

MK VI Speedtronic Control System Maintenance (Ref:OTSMKVI002)

Course Objectives

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

Course Description

The MK VI Speedtronic Control System is a complex and multi-faceted system. This course provides a detailed examination of all the main aspects of the MK VI Control System. This will include MK VI 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 VI Speedtronic Control System. On completing this course an engineer would expect to be fully conversant with all aspects of the MK VI Speedtronic Control System and would have significantly increased confidence/experience in the areas of troubleshooting/fault finding. 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 VI Speedtronic Control system.

Pre-Requisites

All Attendees should have a sound power generation background and have used a MK VI Control system.

Course Outcome

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

Course Outline

Day 1

Introduction

Introduction Speedtronic Mark VI

GE Gas Turbine Fundamentals and control basics

Day 2

Speedtronic Mark VI hardware

Panel, modular concept discussion

Mark VI cards

Internal and external Mark VI wiring

Hardware documentation

The main protection system VPRO

Supply voltage

Day 3

Operator Interface Overview

MK VI toolbox

The M6B file, functions, modules and tasks

The Finder

Cimplicity Server

Cimplicity Startup/Shutdown

Menu System and Structure

Day 4

Gas Turbine Control

Startup Control

Speed Control

Temperature Control

Shutdown Control

MK VI Speedtronic Control System Maintenance (Ref:OTSMKVI002)

Gas turbine Protection

Overtemperature Protection

Overspeed Protection

Vibration Protection

Day 5

Data Structure of the operator interface <HMI>

Brief discussion of the Windows 2000/XP based operator interface

Most important files of the operator interface and their function

Failure of the operator interface, what to do

Communications with the operator interface, Ethernet and DCS communications

Day 6

Mark VI tools (TOOLBOX practice)

Trend Recorder Historical trip display Alarms and SOE’s

Troubleshooting Alarms

Practical Troubleshooting and fault finding

Mark VI sofware structure

M6B file downloading

M6B file verification

Day 7

Practical exercice: Mark VI sofware with TOOLBOX

Adding Digital input

Adding Digital output

Adding Alarms

Adding Rungs

Day 8

Updating Cimplicity (HMI)

Adding Alarms

PUT/Get Database

Changing Cimplicity Screens

EGD data

Changing menu structure

Day 9

Practical exercice : Linking data to HMI

Creating Alarm Drop

Adding EGD Data

Reading / Writing EGD Data

Building CRM file

Day 10

Additional Information

Process Changing

Trending (HMI)

Trip history

Course Review and Feedback

Registration is Closed

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