The 5-day Maintenance course is designed for experienced instrument personnel involved in the daily maintenance of the Mark V control systems and HMI. The course will enable the instrument technician / Engineer to configure HMI displays and confidently, manipulate HMI software tools as well as diagnose problems in Gas Turbine SPEEDTRONIC Mark V Control Systems. The course is designed to provide a solid background in turbine governing systems. Participants increase their skills in IDOS & HMI features, configuration and trouble shooting.
- Presentation of the program.
- Participants special interests
- Equipment Review: Turbine and Control System Basics
- Use of Documentation: Device Summary, Control Specs, I/O Report
- Speedtronic Mark V hardware
- Function, Interpretation and Use Mark V modules: Control/Protection and Power Supply
- Internal and external Mark V wiring
- Lab Exercises
- Overview of HMI documentation and reference manual
- IDOS & HMI Directory / File structure
- TCI (Turbine Control Interface)
- IDOS & HMI troubleshooting: Software Troubleshooting, Arcnet and DCS communications
- Operator interface facilities (TCI functions)
- The logic forcing display
- The rung display
- The prevote data display
- The trip history display
- Alarm display
- Trouble shooting procedure
- The backup operator interface
- Control sequence editor
- Control sequence documentor
- Short / long term trending: Configuration and Troubleshooting
- Historical trip display (Long Term Storage: Configuration and Troubleshooting)
- View Programs: Troubleshooting Tool for dithering problems
- Alarm display: Set up, filtration & analysis
- CIMPLICITY SCREEN EDITOR: frame containers, database etc.
- Practical: Cimplicity Tutorial.
- Mark V software structure
- Hardware and Software Voting (TMR and SIFT)
- Fault Finding using Mark V Studio Tool (Dynamic Control Sequence Program: CSP)
- Practical Troubleshooting Exercises: CSP, Primitives, Big Block Language (BBL)
- Sequencing Exercises: Adding an Alarm, Analog Input, Contact Input etc. (IO report, assign file, control constant, MK5MAKE, Sequence editor).
- Gas turbine sequence: Step by step procedure
- Control modes: Start-up/Speed/Temperature/Acceleration/Manual /Shutdown/IGV Control
- Generator Synchronisation: Auto and Manual. Reactive capability curve interpretation (MW vs. MVAR).
- Load Sharing and Shedding
- (Full Day Practical using Simulation Exercises)
- Changing an Operator Display
- Creating a New Display
- Creating a Demand Display with Push Buttons (Tools)
- Mark V Servo Regulators (LVDT Calibration): Using the I/O Configurator
Use of DIAGC (Diagnostic Counters)
- EEPROM Downloader
- Hardware Troubleshooting (Use of LCC Display for A7 Troubleshooting: faulty cards, ribbon cable, jumper settings).
- Trip History Configuration and interpretation
- Changing Control Constants (online and off line)
- Flow Chart Explanation of Alarm Troubleshooting
- Trouble shooting real situations. E.g. Load rejection, unexpected trips
- Practical Exercise: "Not Ready to Start" failure analysis for trips.
- Software Back-up
- Configuring a PC into an & HMI
- Course Review and evaluation