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Bicol University COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Legazpi City

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COURSE SYLLABUS For ME 522M POWER PLANT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 2nd Semester, AY 2012 -2013 I. II. COURSE TITLE: POWER PLANT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare students for understanding the procedures for power plant operations and maintenance of equipment and systems. Both main systems and auxiliary systems are studied with detailed understanding of equipment such as boiler feed pums, condensate pumps, feedwater heaters, forced and induced draft fans, burners and boilers. Powr generator is studied with power flow control, startup and shutdown procedures, and maintenance. TIME DURATION: 90 hrs CREDIT UNITS: 3 units (Lec. 2, Lab. 1) PLACEMENT: Fifth Year , Mechanical Engineering Students COURSE OBJECTIVES: A. General Objective: This course provides an overview of the operation and maintenance of power generating plant equipment and electric power equipment. B. Specific Objectives: After completing this course, the student must: 1. Able to know and understand the operation boiler feed pumps, condensate pumps, and feedwater heaters. 2. Able to know and understand the operation of forced and induced draft fans. 3. Able to know and understand the operation of coal, oil and gas burners. 4. Able to know and understand the maintenance of power plant equipment. 5. Able to know and understand the economics of power plants. 6. Able to know and understand the optimization procedure for boiler and turbine operation. 7. Able to know and understand the operation and maintenance of captive power plants. 8. Able to know and understand the operation and control for power generation. 9. Able to know and understand the maintenance of electric power equipment. COURSE CONTENT: 1. BU and BUCENG VMGO & Quality Policy 1 hr 2. Operation of boiler feed pumps, condensate pumps, and feedwater heaters 8 hrs 3. Operating of forced and induced draft fans 8 hrs 4. Operation of coal, oil and gas burners 8 hrs 5. Operation of Boilers 4 hrs 6. Operation of Turbogenerators 4 hrs 7. Power plant equipment maintenance 4 hrs 8. Economic operation of a plant 8 hrs

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9. Optimization procedure for boiler and turbine operation 8 hrs 10. Operation and maintenance of captive power plants 9 hrs 11. Power generation, operation and control 12 hrs 12. Electric power equipment maintenance 12 hrs Midterm and Final Exam 4 hrs METHODOLOGY/TEACHING STRATEGIES 1. Introduce topic to discuss. 2. Discuss the basic and application of the topic. 3. Give assignments. 4. Examination. ACTIVITIES : DESIGN PROJECTS/ RESEARCH WORK/EXAM COURSE REQUIREMENTS/RESEARCH WORK/ASSIGNED REPORT OR PROJECT: DESIGN PROJECTS/ RESEARCH WORK AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS: PROJECTOR AND POINTER / LAPTOP SYSTEM OF COMPUTING GRADES: a. Mid-term Grade Attendance 20% Assignments/Quizzes/Project 30% Mid-term Exam 50% ========== Mid-term Grade 100% b. Tentative Final Grade Attendance 20% Assignments/Quizzes/Project 30% Final Exam 50 ========== Tentative Final Grade 100% c. Final Grade Final Grade = (1/3)(Mid-term Grade) + (2/3)(Tentative Final Grade) REFERENCES: nd 1. Gill, Paul C., Electrical Power Equipment and Testing, 2 ed., CRC Press, 2009 nd 2. Graham & Trotman, The Boiler Operator Handbook, 2 Ed, 1989, Kluwer Academic Publishing Group. 3. Kiameh, Philip, Power Generation Handbook, 2002, McGrawHill 4. Block, H.P. and F.K. Geitner, Machinery Component Machinery and Repair, 1990, Gulf Publishing Company 5. Klempner, G. And I. Kerszenbaum, Operation ad Maintenanc of Large Turbo Generator, Wiley Interscience, 2004 nd 6. .Potter, P.J., Power Plant Theory and Design, 2 Ed., Ronald Press Company 7. Skrotski and Vopat, Power Station Engineering and Economy, 1972, McGrawHill th 8. Wooduff E.B., et. al. Steam Plant Operation, 8 Ed, 2005 Prepared by:

ENGR. AGERICO U. LLOVIDO Recommending Approval:

ENGR. GENE M. LLORANDO Department Chair APPROVED:

ENGR. EDGARDO O. AGUILAR Dean