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Steam Turbine: Practical Turbine Maintenance - Alstom Product

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Location:  Birr, Switzerland

Location
Start Date
Status
BLCJanuary 07-25, 2019 (Excluding Saturdays and Sundays)

Course Description

PRACTICAL TURBINE MAINTENANCE 

(HANDS-ON ROTATING EQUIPMENT TRAINING)
15 DAYS
OPEN ENROLLMENT

GE reserves the right to modify the class content to meet the participant’s needs

Course Description

The Practical Turbine Maintenance – Hands-On Rotating Equipment Training Seminar is designed for mechanical maintenance personnel.

Fundamentals of Practical Turbine Maintenance – Hands-On Rotating Equipment Training are addressed from multiple perspectives:

  • Design & function of the main parts of a turbine
  • Hands‑on training in handling of heavy turbine parts
  • Hands‑on training on adjustment of turbine parts
  • Hands‑on training on taking various measurements before, during & after an overhaul
  • Condition of turbine parts, what needs to be checked during an overhaul
  • Hands‑on training on tightening the various bolts correctly

Overview

  • Classroom theoretical training that includes presentations, group work, open discussions and exercises
  • Hands‑on training on theTraining‑Turbine

Target Audience

  • Mechanical maintenance personnel

Prerequisites

Participants must:

  • Have a mechanical background
  • Be familiar with the service or erection of power plants

Class Size

Maximum of 8 students

Learning Objectives

At the successful completion of the training, the student will be able to:

  • Work with heavy turbine parts
  • Perform the adjustment of the turbine parts including the rotor, inner‑ & outer casings by using shims
  • Perform the measurements to be taken before, during & after an A, B or
    C‑inspection
  • Apply the procedure to tighten elongation bolts with cold, warm or with the hydraulic tensioning device
  • Assess various turbine parts such as labyrinth seals, blade carriers, rotor blading, adjusting keys, casings, flanges and piping