MARK V CONTROL SYSTEMS (with HMI)
GE reserves the right to modify the class content to meet the participant’s needs.
This course provides training on the essential elements of the Mk V turbine control system. The course will include instruction on the hardware and software components of the Mk V control system and its interface system (HMI). Alarm troubleshooting and LVDT calibration will be central topics of the program. Additionally, practical exercises on Mk V equipment will reinforce the daily lecture material.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Qualified engineers and technicians who wish to gain an understanding of Mk V turbine control systems. This course is intended for industrial gas and steam turbine users and NOT for customers with aeroderivative applications.
Nine and One-Half (9 1/2) Days
Cimplicity startup / navigation
GE documents and documentation conventions
Turbine operation overview
Turbine control basics
Panel application manual
Signal flow diagrams
Operating system review / file structure
Dynamic rung display (control code viewer)
Control sequence program and documentation
Processor Initialization and troubleshooting
Control sequence editor
Cimplicity screen editing
Day 10 (1/2 day)
Advanced software tools (CSP generator, data acquisition)
Questions / Review / Wrap-up