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Gas Turbine Systems: Gas Turbine - Generator Hydrogen Control System

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Price: $100.00 USD

Course Description

W-GAS12002

Web Based Training

In this course, you will learn about the elements of the hydrogen gas control system.

Duration: 1.5 hour

Learning Objectives

This course will provide basic knowledge on the following:

  • Explain the purpose of the hydrogen gas control system.
  • List the advantages of using hydrogen.
  • Identify the location of the major components and describe their functions.
  • Describe how gases are supplied, how mix of gases in the CO2 analyzer is measured, and how gases are removed and filled.
  • Describe adjustable alarm device settings and control valve positions.
  • Understand the importance of proper oil and hydrogen pressure and acceptable level of H2 purity.
  • Understand how to calculate hydrogen leakage.
  • Understand various operational inspections, lubrications, and tests that must be performed on system.

 

Course Content       

LESSON 1:

  1. Operating Principles
  2. Purpose of Hydrogen Gas Control System
  3. Hydrogen as a Cooling Medium
  4. Operating Requirements of a Gas Control System

LESSON 2:

  1. Major Components
  2. Coolers, Regulators, Detectors, Indicators and Analyzers
  3. Gas Supplies
  4. Hydrogen Control Cabinet

LESSON 3:

  1. System Operation
  2. Carbon Dioxide Analyzer Calibrations and Measurements
  3. Removing and Filling Hydrogen
  4. Setting Valve Positions
  5. Alarm System Settings

LESSON 4:

  1. Maintenance
  2. Pressure and Purity in the Generator Casing
  3. Calculating Air and Hydrogen Leakage

LESSON 5:

  1. Inspection
  2. Conducting Periodic Inspections, Lubrication and Tests

LESSON 6:

  1. Differences in Alstom
  2. Operation
  3. Generator Condition Monitor