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Parts, Services & Training for GE Turbine & Excitation Controls

Comprehensive Support for Gas & Steam Turbines

Gas Turbine Controls (GTC) is a leading supplier of replacement parts, repairs, training, field services and other solutions for GE power plant control systems. Housing an unparalleled stock of GE Speedtronic™ turbine and Excitation control spares, including but not limited to GE Mark I/II, Mark IV, Mark V, Mark VI, Mark Vie, EX2000 and EX2100. In addition, GTC also supports Woodward Netcon/Micronet turbine controls as well as Bently Nevada 3300/3500 vibration systems.

With continued support (parts, repairs, training and field services) for systems declared at end-of-life by the OEM, GTC shifted the paradigm from “must upgrade now” proposed by the OEM to “can postpone indefinitely or until the conditions are favorable.”

Some of our global clients include:

Basic Overview of GE Operating Requirements

This course is designed to help operators understand the basics of GE heavy duty gas turbines and how the Mark V controls system using the HMI governs the critical parameters. Participants will increase their skills in relating machine operating requirements to Speedtronic controls.

Course Duration: 3 Days

Course Outline

Gas Turbine Control Fundamentals

  • Gas Turbine Principles of Operation
  • Governing System Requirements

Introduction to Heavy Duty Gas Turbines

  • GT Components
  • Operating Systems
  • Auxiliary Systems
  • Video (Major Components of the Gas Turbine)

Introduction to the Speedtronic Controls System

  • Instrument Field Devices and Device Summary
  • Introduction to Major Control Loops Gas Turbine Controls
  • Startup/Speed/Temperature/Acceleration Control Loops
  • Protection Controls

Control Displays

  • User Defined Display and Display Programs
  • Software Tools
  • Difference Between and HMI Software
  • Data Acquisition on Mark V Interface
  • How to Interpret Sequencing Using Dynamic Rung Display

Troubleshooting

  • Gas Turbine Process and Diagnostic Alarms
  • Easy approach to Mark V Panel Systems Alarms
  • Using Rung Display for Fault
  • Generator Control and Excitation Synchronizing and Loading