Gas Turbine- Operations- For Control Room Operators
This site-specific course is designed to enable, supervisors, operations, and maintenance personnel to operate GE designed heavy-duty gas turbine generator units. The course develops a background in gas turbine generator support systems, and operations, which will enable participants to analyze operating problems and take the necessary corrective action. It will also detail the design and construction of the gas turbine generator. Emphasis is placed on the detailed description of the gas turbine - generator major components, the functions of their auxiliary systems, and the operator's responsibilities with regard to systems operations, and operational data acquisition, and evaluation of anomalies thru the use of classroom instruction, class exercises, and use of a turbine - generator trainer. If the course is held at the customer's location it will include site visits to familiarize personnel with the physical layout of the gas turbine - generator, and the location of the various system components, and provide personnel the opportunity to correlate the system piping schematics to the respective system hardware. Operators are instructed in how to interpret fault annunciation and how to determine if the annunciated fault can be remedied by operator action or with the assistance of instrumentation and/or maintenance personnel. The course focuses on the starting, loading, and specific operator checks of the various turbine support and auxiliary systems to ensure reliable operation of the gas turbine - generator unit, and the effect that operation has on major mechanical maintenance.
If no sessions are scheduled, please inquire. We can schedule the following on request: on-site training, open enrollment hosted at Baker Hughes facilities, or customized courses. Please visit our contact page to inquire or click below to request a quote for your region.