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Arabian American Center January Training & Development
Program Title:
Methodologies for Maintenance of Field Instruments and Systems & Engine Management System
Location:
Cairo
Date:
27.01.2019 - 31.01.2019
Fees:
$ 2750

Description

Course Objective:

    Increasing KOC Technicians ability to understand the principle of each measurement, diagnostic all the readings, troubleshoot and maintain all field instrumentation type and how to use right application in the right place.

   To be able to maintain control systems to ensure sequential start-up of turbines or CRUs


Target Audience

            • Instrument Maintenance & Lab. Technicians

            • Foreman Instrumentation

            • Foreman Instrumentation Maintenance

            • Senior Foreman Instrumentation Maintenance


Course Contents:

      DAY 1:

            • Introduction to Instrumentation and control system

                                Basic measurements and control concepts

                                Basic measurement performance terms and specifications

                                Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams

                                Measurement Units


            • Industrial Measurement Systems

                                Process Measurement

                                Standard Signals

                                Instrument Performance Terminology

                                Selecting Measurement and Control Devices

                                Calibration Chart

                                Instrument Specifications


             • General Instrumentation Considerations

                                Type Selection Identification

                                Power Supplies

                                Sensing Devices

                                Transmitters

                                Installation, Troubleshooting, And Calibration


              • Instrument calibration

                                Calibration Principle

                                Calibration and re-ranging

                                Zero and span adjustments

                                LRV and URV settings, digital trim

                                Calibration Procedure

                                Typical calibration errors

                                Multifunction Calibrators

                                Calibration Equipment Specifications


     DAY 2:

            • Maintenance and Troubleshooting

                                Maintenance Defined

                                Corrective | Preventive | Predictive Maintenance

                                Installation

                                Basic Troubleshooting Techniques

                                The Seven-Step Troubleshooting Procedure

                                Tools and Test Equipment

                                Troubleshooting Scenarios

                                Troubleshooting current loops

                                Loop Checking


            • Pressure Measurement and Instrumentation

                                Principles of pressure management

                                Pressure sources

                                Pressure transducers and elements

                                Installation considerations

                                Practical Pressure Measurement and Calibration

                                Common Pressure Measurement Problems


            • Temperature Measurement and Instrumentation

                                Principles of temperature measurement

                                Thermocouples

                                Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTD)

                                Thermistors

                                Temperature switches

                                Installation considerations

                                Temperature sensor accessories

                                Practical Temperature Measurement and Calibration

                                Common Temperature Measurement Problems


      DAY 3:

            •  Flow Measurement and Instrumentation

                               Principles of flow measurement

                               Differential pressure flowmeters Classification

                               Positive displacement Flow Meters

                               Ultrasonic flow measurement

                               Mass flow meters

                               Flowmeter Selection

                               Flow switches

                               Installation considerations

                               Practical Flow Measurement and Calibration

                               Common Flow Measurement Problems


            • Level Measurement and Instrumentation

                               Principles of level measurement

                               Zero Suppression/Elevation

                               Hydrostatic pressure

                               Electrical measurement

                               Radar measurement

                               Density measurement

                               Level switches

                               Installation considerations

                               Practical Level Measurement and Calibration

                               Common Level Measurement Problems


             • Smart Field Devices

                               Current Practice

                               Typical Smart D/P Transmitter

                               Smart Temperature Transmitter System

                               Applications

                               Fieldbus Foundation – H1 and H2

                               Fieldbus Control System (FCS)  


             • Applying Instrumentation in Hazardous (Classified) Locations     

                              Classification

                              Hazardous Area

                              Dust

                              Enclosure

                              Class II Division

                              Class III Division

                              Intrinsic Safety

                              Purging and Pressurization

                              Grounding Considerations


             • Applications and Case Studies


       DAY 4:

             • Introduction to Management System

             • Gas Turbines Overview

             • Gas Turbine Components

                             Engine Case –Air Inlet

                             Compressor Section

                             Diffuser & Combustion

                             Turbine & Exhaust


             • Auxiliary Components and Systems

                             Ignition System

                             Lubrication & Lube Oil SYSTEMS

                             Fuel Systems

                             Starting systems


             • Control Systems and Instrumentation

                             The various measurements and instrumentation used in gas turbines

                             The function of the control system

                             The control loop

                             Sensing devices

                             Actuators

                             Speed Control

                             Temperature Control

                             Controlling turbine output


            • Protection System

                             Alarms and trips

                             Over speed

                             Over temperature

                             Vibration

                             Loss of flame

                              Loss of lubrication


             • START-UP and SHUTDOWN SEQUENCE

                             Starting Preparations

                             Start-up Description

                             Automatic start-up sequence

                             Modes of control, start-up, speed/load, temperature

                             Speed/load control, governor characteristic

                             Automatic shut-down sequence

                             Spin cooling, fired shut-down


       DAY 5:

             • Gas Turbine Control System Retrofit

                             Why Retrofit?

                             Retrofit Evaluation

                             Retrofit Benefits

                             PLC Controls System

                             Sequencing and Protection

                             Governor Functionality

                             Alarm and Trip Handling

                             Operator Interfaces


             • Maintenance and Management

                             Hardware Maintenance

                             Software Maintenance

                             Tools for predictive maintenance

                             Plant management applications

                             Baseline For Machinery

                             Data Trending

                             Failure Diagnostics

                             Mechanical Problem Diagnostics


             • INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS OF A TYPICAL GAS TURBINE

                             PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS

                             PERMISSIVES (INTERLOCKS)

                             FUEL SUPPLY

                             START-UP SEQUENCE


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