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Control System - Mark V to Mark VIe Migrations: Control System - Mark VIe Migration from Mark V Familiarization

Course Schedule

Location :  Houston, TX

Location
Start Date
Status
TXJune 28,29,30 (2021), July 01,02 (2021)

Course Description

O-CON13401

Mark V to Mark VIe Migration

Course Description

This training will familiarize students with the hardware and software components of the control system, changes to the HMI and the overall control system architecture. It will develop strong skills in process alarm troubleshooting and analysis of the control code. Additional training includes LVDT calibration, control interface (Cimplicity HMI) software programming, sequence editing, diagnostic alarm troubleshooting and advanced data collection techniques.

This course is intended for industrial gas and steam turbine users and NOT for customers with Aeroderivative applications.

Duration

5 Days

Target Audience

  • Supervisors
  • Electrical Maintenance
  • Instrumentation & Controls
  • This program is intended for all control technicians and engineers of existing, installed turbines (steam or gas) on which a Mark™ V control to Mark™ VIe control migration has taken place.

Prerequisites

  • Instruction is given in English; therefore, a reasonable ability to read and understand spoken English is required
  • Technicians must have hands-on experience with their turbine systems

Class Size

Maximum number of students:  18

Learning Objectives

This course will provide basic knowledge on the following:

 

  • Gain the skills and confidence to perform system maintenance
  • Learn and document the processes to complete control system maintenance duties
  • Save time when troubleshooting the system and minimize system down time
  • Gain an intermediate knowledge of the software tools
  • Use the software tools for troubleshooting and understanding the system
  • Apply intermediate knowledge of the software tools to make site specific improvements

Course Content

LESSON

  1. Introduction
  2. Equipment review
  3. Documentation
  4. Panel / Network Layout
  5. Panel hardware
  6. HMI / Mk™ VIe File Structure
  7. Introduction to Toolbox (Software Viewer / Editor)
  8. Introduction to Workstation-ST™
  9. Introduction to Cimplicity