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SPEEDTRONIC MARK* VI - Maintenance
TRAINING MANUAL - VOL II
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SPEEDTRONIC MARK* VI
TRAINING MANUAL - VOL II
INDEX

VOL. 1
SEZ .1 Training documents
- GEH-6421 : Mark* VI Control System Guide, Volume I
- GEH-6421 : Mark* VI Control System Guide, Volume II
- GEH-6403 : Control System Toolbox For a Mark VI Turbine
Controller
- GEH-6126 Volume I : Human-Machine Interface for
Speedtronic Turbine Control
- GEH-6126 Volume II : Human-Machine Interface for
Speedtronic Turbine Control
- GEI-100278 : Data Historian

VOL. 2
SEZ. 1 Training Slides
SEZ .2 Drawings - FR. 5 C - 1605987 Page 161
SEZ .3 Drawings - PGT25+ - 1608994 Page 173



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SPEEDTRONIC MARK* VI
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CONTROL SYSTEMS
Mark VI
MAINTENANCE
GE Oil & Gas
Oil & Gas Industry Applications
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Turbine and Auxiliaries
Mark VI - Hardware
Toolbox
Screens and Sequences
Calibration
Troubleshooting
Index
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Turbine and Auxiliaries
Gas Turbine review amd working principles
Parts and functioning
Brayton Cycle (review)
ISO conditions (review)
Power shaft managing
Turbine enclousure signals
Control system wiring and communication
ways
Auxiliaries review and P&I
Auxiliary
P&I
Turbine and Auxiliaries overview
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Turbine and Auxiliaries Gas Turbine reviewand working principles
AGB
Front Frame
Axial Compressor
Comp. Rear frame
LP Turbine HSPT
HP Turbine
Combustion system
Turbine Mid Frame
Coupling
Parts and functioning
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P
R
E
S
S
U
R
E
T
E
M
P
E
R
A
T
U
R
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INLET
COMPRESSOR
COMBUSTOR
TEMPERATURE
PRESSURE
EXHAUST
TURBINE
Parts and functioning
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Brayton Cycle
The Brayton cycle is characterizedby means of two parameters:
Compressor pressureratio
Firing temperature
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1
matches to the maximum work, but
it relates to a poor efficiency

2
corresponds to the highest
efficiency, but a lower work is delivered
to the load

2
Once set T
1
and T
3
, W
out
and are here plotted as functions of :
Brayton Cycle
Increasing the pressure ratio , while W has
almost the same behavior as in the ideal
case, the efficiency increases up to its
highest value and then decreases.
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ISO conditions
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Power shaft managing
A classical operating application of single shaft gas turbines is to drive alternators, because in this
application there is the need to regulate power at constant rpms (network frequency).
HD single shaft
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Power shaft managing
HD double shaft
Two Shaft Gas Turbines, as
MS5002, need only the HP
rotor to rotate at constant
speed (5100 rpm), while the
Power Turbine speed may
change responding to load
speed needs, by means of
variable nozzle partitions.
COMBUSTORS
VARIABLE
NOZZLES
OPEN
COMBUSTORS
VARIABLE
NOZZLES
CLOSED
With variable
nozzles in open
position, upmost
power is used by
the HP turbine.
As variable nozzles
moves towards a
close position,
more power is
made available to
the LP turbine.
HP LP HP LP
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Power shaft managing
Aeroderivative double shaft
Gas Generator turbine drives axial compressor and turbine auxiliary by means of gearbox.
Power Turbine drives load, usually a centrifugal compressor or a pump, not often an electric generator. PT e GG
works at different speed.
GG and PT speed change during operation according request of Power fromload.
For this type of engine variable vanes are installed on axial compressor. In this way varying the angle of this vane
its possible control the dynamic of fluid of this component avoiding surge and stall a not design speed.
Jet Turbines to increase power output on LP need to increase speed of GG. In this way the control of power for jet
turbines is obtained simply controlling the fuel
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Gear Box
Temperature sensors
Axial displacement sensors
Radial vibration sensors
Key phasor sensor
Acceleromiters
Turbine and Auxiliaries Gas Turbine reviewand working principles
Turbine Enclosure Control Panel interconnections (Aeroderivative example)
Air Inlet Filter
PDT/PDI
Position Switches
Gas detectors
Water Level sensor
Hydraulic starting console
Starting motor ON/OFF
LVDT (valve position)
PDT/PDI
Temperature sensors
Cooler fan ON/OFF
Level sensor
Syntetic oil tank/console
Temperature sensors
Heaters ON/OFF
Level sensor
PDI
Air Fans
Main/Aux selection
ON/OFF command
Compartment dampers
Position switches
Enclosures
PDT/PDI
Gas detectors
Temperature sensors
UV detectors
Horns/lights
Mineral oil tank
PDT/PDI
Temperature sensors
Level sensor
Heaters ON/OFF
Pumps ON/OFF
Round down tank
Level sensor
Min. oil vap. separator
Fan ON/OFF
Min. oil vap. separator
Fan ON/OFF
PDI
Temperature sensors
Compressor (load)
Temperature sensors
Radia vibration sensors
Axial displ. Sensors
Seal gas system:
PDT/PDI
Heaters
Temperature sensors
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Control system wiring and communication ways
TURBINE GEAR BOX COMPRESSOR AUXILIARY
MCC
Mark VI
F&G
BN
COMPRESSOR
PLC
HMI
SIS
UDH
network
MP
EXT.
POWER
command
feedback
PDH
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Control system wiring and communication ways
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Auxiliaries
A INTAKE SYSTEM
B EXHAUST SYSTEM
C LUBE AND CONTROL OIL SYSTEM
D FUEL SYSTEM
E COOLINGAND SEALING AIR SYSTEM
F BASEPLATE
G STARTING SYSTEM
H AUXILIARY GEAR
I LOADGEAR
J COUPLING
L ELECTRIC PLANT
M ENCLOSURE
N VENTILATIONSYSTEM
P OIL COOLINGSYSTEM
Q C CONTROL AND PROTECTIONSYSTEM
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HD turbine topics (1605987) P&I reference
FUEL GAS SYSTEM SOM51047.10
COOLINGAND SEALINGAIR SYSTEM SOM51047.20
CONTROL AND PROTECTIONSYSTEM SOM51047.21
LUBE OIL AUXILIARY SYSTEM SOM51047.30
LUBE OIL TURBINE SYSTEM SOM51047.30
HYDRAULIC OIL SYSTEM SOM51047.30
CONTROL OIL SYSTEM SOM51047.30
LUBE OIL COMPRESSORSYSTEM SOM51047.31
OIL VAPOUR SEPARATOR SYSTEM SOM51047.34
OIL AIR COOLERSYSTEM SOM51047.36
STARTINGMEANS SYSTEM SOM51047.43
SEAL OIL SYSTEM SOM51047.60
COMPRESSORPROCESS DYAGRAM SOM51047.62
FILTER HOUSE SYSTEM SOM51047.71
VENTILATION SYSTEM SOM51047.80
FIRE FIGHTING PAKAGE SYSTEM SOM51047.81
FIRE FIGHTING SKID SYSTEM SOM51047.90
WASHING WATER SYSTEM SOM51047.94
Turbine and Auxiliaries Auxiliaries reviewand P&I
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JET turbine topics (1608994) P&I reference
FUEL GAS ANALYSER SYSTEM SOM5106510
FUEL GAS SYSTEM SOM5106510
FUEL GAS ON ENGINE SYSTEM SOM5106510
GAS GENERATORCONTROL DEVICE SYSTEM SOM5106521
POWER TURBINE CONTROL DEVICE SYSTEM SOM5106521
MINERAL OIL CONSOLE SYSTEM SOM5106531
MINERAL OIL TURBINE SYSTEM SOM5106531
LUBE OIL COMPRESSORSYSTEM SOM5106531
SYNTETIC OIL BASEPLATE SYSTEM SOM5106533
SYNTETIC OIL CONSOLE SYSTEM SOM5106533
OIL VAPOUR SEPARATOR SYSTEM SOM5106534
OIL COOLERSYSTEM SOM5106536
OIL STORAGE AND TREQATMENT SYSTEM SOM5106538
DIAGRAM OIL CONDITIONINGSKID SOM5106538
HYDRAULIC STARTINGSYSTEM SOM5106541
SEAL GAS SYSTEM SOM5106560
SEAL GAS BOOSTERSYSTEM SOM5106560
DIAGRAM N2 SYSTEM SOM5106560
Turbine and Auxiliaries Auxiliaries reviewand P&I
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PROCESS FLOW SOM5106562
FILTER HOUSE SYSTEM SOM5106571
VENTILATION SYSTEM SOM5106580
FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM SOM5106590
WASHING WATER SYSTEM SOM5106594
Turbine and Auxiliaries Auxiliaries reviewand P&I
Instrument list:
HD turbine (1605987): SOM6623237
JET turbine (1608994): SOM5461221
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Mark VI - Hardware
Panel introduction
Functioning overview
Main Parts
Power Distribution
Simplex TMR, redundancy and voting process
Rack arrangement
Simplex-TMR connections
IONet characteristics
Level of redundancy
Output processing
Input processing
VME rack(s) and protection module
VME rack cards and relative termination
boards
Protection Cards and related Boards
Mark VI - Hardware
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Mark VI Hardware Panel introduction
Functioning overview
Mark VI is used for the control and protection of steamand gas turbines both in electrical generation and process plant applications.
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Main parts
Mark VI Hardware Panel introduction
1. VME rack
r. Rack R
s. Rack S
t. Rack T
2. Protection Module
3. Terminal Boards
4. PDM
5. DACA1 (AC/DC)
6. Input filters
1
2
3
4
5
6
1r
1s
1t
2
Simplex
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Protection module
(X, Y, Z)
VME rack (R)
VME rack (S)
VME rack (T)
Control terminal board
Input LP
FILTERS
PDM
Boards
AC/DC
125 VDC
230 / 115 VAC
(50 / 60 Hz)
floating dc bus
Resistor
bridge
Mark VI Hardware Power distribution
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PDM
connections
Mark VI Hardware Power distribution
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Ground fault detection sensitivity
Mark VI Hardware Power distribution
Rb
Rb
125 Vdc
0 Vdc
V1
V2
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Rack arrangement
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
Power
supply
Mark VI Hardware Simplex TMR, redundancy and voting process
VME
Rack
UCVx: it is the brain of the sistem,
this microprossored board collects
all the field input signals and
elaborates the necessary output
commands.
I/O cards: these cards (there are
several types depending on the
specific function).
Input: they acquire the field signalc
(digital and analog) and send them
on the Vme bus.
Output: they receive the output
commands (implemented by the
UCVx) from the VME bus and
interface them with the field.
VME bus (Versabus Module Europcard)
VME Rack controller
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Simplex-TMR connections
I/O board
I/O board
I/O board
FIELD
I/O board
I/O board
I/O board
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I/O board
I/O board
I/O board
FIELD
I/O board
I/O board
I/O board
IONet (ethernet)
Simplex-TMR connections
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Simplex-TMR connections
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V
P
R
O
V
P
R
O
V
P
R
O
VME RACK
IONet Ethernet cables
The three VPRO cards (X, Y,
Z) of the emergency rack are
connected with the VCMI
card of the VME rack
(controller) via ethernet
cables.
The VPRO cards work in
close contact with the VME
rack for emergency related
functions (i.e. overspeed) in
order to increase the safety
level of the whole control
system.
x y z
Protection Module
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VPRO X
IONET
VPRO Y
IONET
VPRO Z
IONET
VCMI R
IONET
1
IONET
2
IONET
3
IONet
(ethernet)
Simplex-TMR connections
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VME RACK
R
VME RACK
S
VME RACK
T
IONet
Ethernet cables
V
P
R
O
V
P
R
O
V
P
R
O
x y z
Protection Module
Simplex-TMR connections
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VPRO X
IONET
VPRO Y
IONET
VPRO Z
IONET
VCMI R
IONET
1
IONET
2
IONET
3
VCMI S
IONET
1
IONET
2
IONET
3
VCMI T
IONET
1
IONET
2
IONET
3
Simplex-TMR connections
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Level of redundancy
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Simplex systems have only one chain, and are the least
expensive. Reliability is average.
Simplex systems in a typical power plant are used for
applications requiring normal reliability, such as control of
auxiliaries and balance of plant (BOP). A single PLC with
local and remote I/O might be used in this application.
In a typical Mark VI, many of the I/O are non-critical and
are installed and configured as simplex.
These simplex I/O boards can be mixed with TMR boards in
the same interface
module.
TMR systems have a very high reliability, and since the
voting software is simple, the amount of software
required is reasonable. Input sensors can be triplicated,
if required.
Triple Modular Redundant (TMR) control systems, such
as Mark VI, are used for the demanding turbine control
and protection application. Here the highest reliability
ensures the minimum plant downtime due to control
problems, since the turbine can continue running even
with a failed controller or I/O channel. In a TMR system,
failures are detected and annunciated, and can be
repaired online. This means the turbine protection system
can be relied on to be fully operational, if a
turbine problemoccurs.
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Output processing
Mark VI Hardware Simplex TMR, redundancy and voting process
For normal relay outputs, the
three signals feed a voting
relay driver, which operates a
single relay per signal.
For more critical protective
signals, the three signals drive
three independent relays with
the relay contacts connected
in the typical six-contact
voting configuration.
Digital output
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Analog output (servo)
For servo outputs as shown in the following figure, the three independent
current signals drive a three-coil servo actuator, which adds them by magnetic
flux summation.
Failure of a servo driver is sensed and a deactivating relay contact is opened.
Output processing
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Input processing
This arrangement is used for non-
critical, generic I/O, such as
monitoring 4-20 mA inputs, contacts,
thermocouples, and RTDs.
This configuration
is used for sensors with
medium to-high reliability.
Three such circuits are needed
For three sensors. Typical inputs are 4-20 mA
inputs, contacts, thermocouples, and RTDs.
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Input processing
Three independent
sensors can be brought into the controllers
without voting to provide the individual sensor
values to the application.
Median values can be selected in the controller, if
required.
Three sensors,
each one fanned
and then SIFT-voted.
This arrangement
provides a high-reliability
system for current and
contact inputs, and temperature sensors.
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Input processing
Speed inputs to high-reliability applications are brought in as dedicated inputs and then SIFT-
voted. The following figure shows the configuration. Inputs such as speed control and
overspeed are not fanned so there is a complete separation of inputs with
no hardware cross-coupling that could propagate a failure. RTDs, thermocouples, contact
inputs, and 4-20 mA signals can also be configured this way.
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Voting principles
Median Value Analog
Voting
0,0,0 0 0,0,1 0
0,1,0 0 0,1,1 1
1,0,0 0 1,0,1 1
1,1,0 1 1,1,1 1
Two Out of Three Logic Voter
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VME rack cards and relative termination boards
Fiel side devices Terminal board VME card
// // VCMI
// // UCVx
IN contact /OUT relay TBCI/TRLY VCCC/VCRC
mA IN (+4 out) TBAI VAIC
mA OUT TBAO VAOC
TC (thermo-couple) TBTC VTCC
RTD TRTD VRTD
TURBINE (speed, flame detector...) TTUR
TRPG
VTUR
Regulator (SRV, GCV, LCV, IGV, NZV) TSVO VSVO
Vibration sensors TVIB VVIB
VSCA
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VME rack cards and relative termination boards
The VCMI card communicates internally to the I/O
boards in its rack, and to the other VCMIs and VPRO
through the IONet.
Software Implemented Fault Tolerance (SIFT) voting
is implemented in the VCMI card; input data from
each of the IONet connections is voted in each of
the R, S, and T VCMI cards. The results are passed to
the control signal database in the controllers (UCVx)
through the backplane VME bus.
VCMI is also the VME bus master for the relative
rack, and manages the IDs for all the cards in the
rack and their associated terminal boards.
VCMI CommunicationCard
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VCMI Communication Card
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External data is transferred to/from the
controller over the VME bus by the VCMI
communication card. In a simplex system, the
data consists of the process I/O from the I/O
boards, and in a TMR system, it consists of
voted I/O.
UCVx is always inserted
in slot 2.
NOTE: there are no J3
and J4 connectors under
slot 2.
UCVx controller
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I/O Card overview
Most I/O boards are single width VME boards, of similar design and front cabinet, using
the same digital signal processor (TMS320C32).
The task scheduler operates at a 1 ms and 5 ms rate to support high-speed analog and discrete
inputs. The I/O cards synchronize their input scan to complete a cycle before being read by the VCMI
card.
Each I/O board contains the required sensor characteristic library, for example thermocouple and
resistance temperature devices (RTDs) linearization. Bad sensor data and alarm signal levels, both high
and low, are detected and alarmed.
Certain I/O boards, such as the servo and turbine board, contain special control
functions in firmware. This allows loops, such as the valve position control, to run
locally instead of in the controller. Using the I/O boards in this way provides fast
response for a number of time critical functions. Servo loops, can be performed in
the servo board at 200 times per second.
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The Contact Input/Relay Output Board (VCCC)
with its associated daughterboard
accepts 48 discrete inputs and controls 24 relay
outputs from a total of four terminal
boards. VCCC is a double width module and
mounts in the VME I/O rack. This rack
has two sets of J3/J4 plugs for cables to the
TBCI and TRLY terminal boards. VCRC
is a narrower board and can be used instead of
the VCCC
Note VCRC is a single slot version of VCCC with
the same functionality, but
contact input cables plug into the front of the
board.
TBCI
TRLY
TRLY
TBCI
VCCC/VCRC Discrete Input/Output
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The dry-contact inputs are
powered from a floating 125 V
dc (100 - 145 V dc) supply
(TBCIH1) or froma floating 24
V dc (18.5 32 V dc) supply
(TBCIH2).
Adapter:
after a LP filter the signal caming
from the TBCI is adapted in
amplitude and it is inverted, than it
is sent to the optoisolator.
The power supply is not relatedto a
common point, but it is floating, for
thast reason the VCCC/VCRC needs
to know the (+) to define the
reference point for the operational
amplifier of the adapter.
SOE (Sequence Of Event) reporting 1 ms.
the contact status is sampled every 1ms
(high speed scanning).
The relay coils of the TRLY board are
powered direcly by the VCCC/TRLY
card (28Vdc).
The VCCC/VCRC card does NOT
elaborate the logic for the relais
status, it is just interfaces a digital
signal fromthe VME bus to
ON/OFF pilote signals for the
Relay Drivers.
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TCBI Discrete Input
The contact input terminal board (TBCI) accepts 24 dry contact inputs wired to two barrier type terminal blocks. Dc power is wired into TBCI
for contact excitation. The contact inputs have noise suppression circuitry to protect against surge and high frequency
noise.
ODD = (+)
EVEN = (-)
Fixed resistance to
generate the potential
difference at the
adapter:
(-) case of open
contact, (+) in case of
closed contact.
Hardware ID
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TCBI Discrete Input
Internally or
externally powered:
NC pow: 1-4
NC dry: 1-2 (no JP1)
NO pow: 3-4
NO dry: 2-3 (no JP1)
External power is
needed
Internally powered
Each relaycoil can be
energizedby means
of the closing of the
return current path.
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TCBI Discrete Input
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VAIC Analog Input (and 4 Output)
Inputs and outputs
have noise
suppression circuitry
to protect against
surge and high
frequency noise (LP
filter).
The VAIC board accepts 20 analog inputs and manages 4 analog outputs.
The type of analog
inputs can be set as 4-
20 mA, 1 mA, 5Vdc
or 10Vdc by means
of a jumper on the
terminal board.
Two of the four analog output circuits
are 4-20 mA, and the other two can
be terminal board jumper configured
for 4-20 mA or 0-200 mA.
The VAIC card
does NOT
elaborate the
logic depending
on the received
inputs and does
NOT decide the
outputs, it is just
interfaces signals
from/to the VME
bus.
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VAIC Analog Input (and 4 Output)
Connection cases
2 wires: The board direcly
supply the transmitter.
2 wires: The transmitter is
externally supplied, the
board receives only the
4-20mA singal.
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Analog input, two-
wire transmitter.
Inputs:
Analog input, three-
wire transmitter.
Analog input, four-
wire transmitter.
Analog input,
externally powered
transmitter.
Analog input, voltage
5 V, 10 V dc.
Outputs:
Analog output, 4-20 mA.
Analog output, 0-200 mA.
Operational
Amplifier for
voltage Interface
with the Analog-
Digital converter.
Card output feed-
back and Board
output feed-back.
VAIC Analog Input (and 4 Output)
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The input current analog
value is converter in a
voltage analog value (or is
direcly acquired if it is
already a voltage value)
and it is sent to all the
three VAIC cards by means
of the JR1, JS1 and JT1
connectors.
In TMR configuration the
Output current (4-20mA
and/or 0-200mA) is the
sum of the three VAIC
current:
Iout = Ir+Is+It
In TMR
configuration the
feedback from
the Board output
reports the
contribution of all
the three VAIC
output currents.
VAIC Analog Input (and 4 Output)
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VAOC Analog Output
The Analog Output Board (VAOC)
controls 16 analog, 20 mA, outputs.
These outputs are wired to two
terminal blocks on the Analog Output
Terminal Board (TBAO).
The VAOC card does
NOT does NOT decide
the outputs through
an its internal logic, it
is just interfaces
signals coming from
the VME bus with the
TBAO and the field.
The VAOC receives digital
values fromthe controller
over the VME backplane
fromthe VCMI, converts
these to analog output
currents, and sends them to
the TBAO.
The actual output current is
measured on the terminal
board and fed back to VAOC
where it is controlled.
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Card output feed-back.
Board output feed-back
Suicide relay cuts the field
side when an abnormal
condition has been
detected.
It is present on the board,
but not much used (almost
never).
NS: Noise Suppressor
It is a LP filter.
NOTE:
Differently fromthe
4 outputs of the
TBAI board that can
be both 4-20mA or
0-200mA, the 16
TBAO outpus are all
and only 4-20mA.
TBAO Analog Output
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TBAO Analog Output
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The thermocouple processor
board VTCC accepts 24
thermocouple inputs.
Thermocouple types: E, J, K, or T.
NOTE: Input data is
transferred over the
VME backplane from
VTCC to the VCMI and
then to the controller.
Linearization for individual
thermocouple types is
performed in software by
VTCC.
A thermocouple which is
determined to be out of the
hardware limits is removed
fromthe scanned inputs in
order to prevent adverse
affects on other input
channels.
There are two cold
junction references used
per VTCC, one for
connector J3 and J4.
Hard coded limits are set
at 32 to 158 F (-0,15 to
316,4C).
VTCC Thermocouple Input
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TBTC thermocouple Input
The thermocouples work with a variation of voltage
and a very limited current, for that reason they can
have a long wire path: up to 300 m (984 ft).
All the connections along the
thermocouple path increase the
measure error.
The resistor tenperature detectors
are more precise than the the
termocouples, but they have a
slower reactivity.
The reference cold-junction is
made up of a termistor (it
simulates the 0C).
The TBTC board has 2 termistors,
one per connector, in case of
malfunctioning the the
working one can bi used for all
the termocouple of the board.
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Thermocouple inputs are supported
over a full-scale input range of
-8.0 mV to +45.0 mV.
TBTC thermocouple Input
Sampling type 16-bit A/D converter
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VRTD RTD Input
The Resistance Temperature
Detector (RTD) processor board
(VRTD) accepts 16, three-wire
RTD inputs. These inputs are
wired to the RTD terminal board
(TRTD).
VRTD excites the
RTDs and the
resulting signals
return to the VRTD.
The I/O processor
board converts the
inputs to digital
temperature
values and
transfers them
over the VME
backplane to the
VCMI, and then to
the controller.
VRTD supplies a 10 mA
dc multiplexed (not
continuous) excitation
current to each
RTD, through the terminal
board.
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TRTD RTD Input
An RTD has 3 wires (not just 2)
for lost of voltage compensating
along the wire path.
The VCO type A/D converter in
the VRTD board uses voltage to
frequency converters and
sampling counters.
The resistor tenperature
detectors are more
precise than the the
termocouples, but they
have a slower reactivity.
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VRTD boards in R, S, and T
read RTDs simultaneously,
but skewed by two RTDs,
so that when R is reading
RTD3, S is reading RTD5,
and T is reading RTD7, and
so on. This ensures that
the same RTD is not
excited by two VRTDs
simultaneously, and hence
produce bad readings.
RTD types:
10, 100, and 200 platinum
10 copper
120 nickel
TRTD RTD Input
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VTUR Turbine Specific Primary Trip
TRPG Terminal board
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TTUR Turbine Specific Primary Trip
magnetic speed inputs with
a frequency range of 2 to
20,000 Hz. Using passive
pickups on a sixty- tooth
wheel, circuit sensitivity
allows detection of 2-RPM
turning gear speed to
determine if the turbine
is stopped (zero speed).
The PK signal is
filtered and adjusted
to obtain a clean
squarewave for the
VTUR card.
Acquisition of Voltage and
frequence at the generator
output side (one phase).
(before the Main circuit
breaker)
Acquisition of Voltage and
frequence at the Bus side
(one phase). (after the Main
Circuit Breaker)
Control of induced
current and
voltage on the
shaft (cause a not
well insulated
generator rotor).
Symplex System
Main circuit breaker
Auxiliary contact
NC contact of the
Breaker coil
NO contact from an
external system
(Generator Controller)
TTUR has three relays, K25,
K25P, and K25A, that all have
to close to provide 125
V dc power to close the main
breaker 52G.
K25P and K25 are energized
if the VTUR card
synchronization analysishas
been considered OK, K25A
energization depends on the
synchronization analysisof
the VPROcard.
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In TMR configuration:
- The input signals are acquired to
all the three Cards (VTUR R, S, T).
- The K25P, K25, K25A relais are
energized if at least 2 of 3 VTUR
cards request their energization.
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TTUR Turbine Specific Primary Trip
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TRPG Turbine Specific Primary Trip
2 of 3 logic.
The solenoid valves that
are involved with the TRIP
procedure (i.e. Fuel
occlusion) are managed by
2 board: TRPG and TREG.
In TRM condition a TRIP is
implemented if at least 2
relais of the 3 are NOT-
energized.
Each Relay is managed by
a different VPRP card
(R,S,T).
The 335 Vdc for the Fire
Detectors is direcly
provided by the three
Power Supplies.
Electrical Trip Devices
(ETD).
The TRPG board can manage
up to 8 Geiger Mueller flame
detectors.
The UV radiation (from a flame)
ionizes a gas and creates a
current between anode and
cathode, as consequence a
pulsation of the voltage is
generated; the pulsation
frequency increase with the
increasing of the flame.
By means of an auxiliary relay
contacts it is possible to have a
feedback about the relais
status, If a mismatch between
command and feedback is
detected an alarm is activated.
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The Servo Control card (VSVO)
controls four electrohydraulic
servo valves (SRV, GCV, LCV, IGV,
NZV). These four channels are
divided between two TSVO servo
terminal boards.
JD1 or JD2 are for
external trips from
the protection
module
J3 and J4 connect the
VSVO (through the
VME back board) to
two TSVO boards
J5 acquires the
pulse rate signal
fromonly one
TSVO board (not
used).
Each TSVO can excite and
acquire inputs of up to 6
LVDT/R.
VSVO-TSVO Servo Control
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Inverterted
Amplifier (current
adapter)
The LVDT/Rs are calibrated for working
in their linear zone; in this way for each
LVDT its output Vrms is proportional to
the relative position.
There are 4
Regulators (one per
servovalve), each
regulator compare
the requested
position of the
servovalve from the
controller with the
relativeLVDT/R
position and
valuates the
necessary current to
adjust the
servovalve position.
VSVO-TSVO Servo Control
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LVDT/R
position
K1 relay force the servovalvein their
safety condition (failsafe); in normal
operation it is not energized, it is
energized in case of trip in order to
provide a POSITIVE current to the
servovalve(the servovalveclosingis
forced).
Not used
JP1 (jump) must be
setted at the right
resistance depending
on the servovalvetype
(10, 20, 40, 80,
120mA)
The servovalves of the
Heavy Duty are 10mA
type.
VSVO-TSVO Servo Control
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In TMS system the excitation of the
LVDT is provided fromall the three
VSVO card.
VSVO-TSVO Servo Control
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In TMS system all the three VSVO
cards elaborate the requested
output current for the controlled
servovalves.
Differently fromthe Simplex
system where the servovalves
have 2 coils with a common
current return, the servovalves for
the TMR systemare made up of
two independent coils.
In TMR
configuration
each VSVO card
excites 2 LVDTs
per TSVO board
(4 LVDTs excited
by one VSVO, 12
LVDTs as total).
VSVO-TSVO Servo Control
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VSVO - Regulator
servovalve
LVDT LVDT
drain
M
A
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Processor
UCVx
Hydraulic oil
Position
calculator
Position
calculator
Calibration
Valuerange
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Reactiveness (Reg_Gain)
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REGULATOR
VSVO
TSVO
M
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1 ... 12
1 ... 12
status
status
X
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VVIB-TVIB Vibration monitor
The Mark VI systemuses Bently
Nevada probes for shaft
vibration monitoring.
The Vibration Monitor Board VVIB
processes the vibration probe
signals which come fromthe TVIB
terminal board.
Up to 14 probes
connect directly to
the terminal board,
and two TVIB can
be cabled to the
VVIB processor
board.
The available vibration probes
compatible with TVIB include
the following:
Proximity
Velocity
Acceleration
Seismic
Phase
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Power for the vibration probes comes fromthe
VVIB boards, in either Simplex or TMR mode.
The probe signals return to VVIB where they are
A/D converted and sent over the VME bus to the
controller.
VVIB-TVIB Vibration monitor
Probe inputs are sampled at high speeds
up to 4600 samples per second over
discrete time periods.
The maximum and minimum values are
accumulated, the difference is taken
(max-min)
for vibration, and the results are filtered.
The resulting peak-to-peak voltage is
scaled to yield mils (peak-to-peak)
displacement, or velocity. Vibration,
eccentricity, and axial position alarms and
trip logic are generated in the controller.
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VSCA-DSCB Serial communication
VSCA/DSCB is a data terminal device
(DTE).
The VSCA is a single slot board with six serial
communication ports. Each port can
be independently configurable as an
RS-232C, RS-485, or RS-422 interface,
using a three-position group jumper
(berg array).
Function:
3 fuel metering valves
managing (with the relative
LVDTs and Pressure
transmitters).
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The Simplex Serial Communication
Input/Output (DSCB) terminal board is a
compact interface terminal board,
designed for DIN-rail mounting. DSCB
connects to the VSCA board with a 37-wire
cable.
DSCB is wired to the external devices.
Downstream
Pressure
transmitters
Downstream
Pressure
transmitters
Downstream
Pressure
transmitters
Upstream
Pressure
transmitter
Upstream
Pressure
transmitter
Upstream
Pressure
transmitter
VSCA-DSCB Serial communication
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DPWA has an on-board power converter that
changes the 28 V dc to 12 V dc for the transducers.
A redundant 28 V dc supply can be added if
needed.
DPWA is used to power the pressure transmitter
on the 3 metering valves.
DPWA Transducer power distribution
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Protection Cards and related Boards
VPRO Turbine Protection Card
The Power supply is
included in each Cards.
Ethernet connection with
the VCME Cards of the
VME racks (controller).
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The VPRO card manages the TPRO board in order to
control the turbine speed and eventually its syncronization
with a power generator.
(like the VTUR with the TTUR).
The three solenoids related with the trip
condition are managed both fromthe
VTUR (through the TRPG) and the VPRO
(through the TREG); if just one requests the
tripping, it is implemented.
VPRO Turbine Protection Card
Protection Cards and related Boards
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TPRO Turbine Protection Board
Syncronization
GRID (bus) -
GENERATOR
3 speed signals (PK-coils) for
valuating the overspeed condition
and eventually de-energized the
trip coils in series with the VTUR.
Protection Cards and related Boards
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TREG Turbine Emergency Trip
2 of 3 logic.
TREG provides power to three emergency
trip solenoids that are connected
between the TREG and TRPG terminal
boards. TREG provides the positive side
of the dc power to the solenoids and
TRPG provides the negative side.
A solenoid needs a high current to be
energized, after its start-up energization,
a reduced current to maintain the
solenoid active can be supplied; for that
reason can be add a 100/70W in series
by means of the KEx relay. (not used)
Power supply fromthe TTUR
The energization
of these relay
coils depends on
the relative VPRO
cards, but also
on the K4x relays
status (NO
contact in
series).
The K4x relay
coils are
energized in
normal working
condition, but
can be opened
pressing the
Emergency
Pushbutton on
the front of the
closing panel.
K25A (a relay of the TTUR
board) energization depends
on the synchronization analysis
of the VPRO card.
Protection Cards and related Boards
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Toolbox
Toolbox
Introduction
Toolbox arrangment
*.m6b structure
Panel Hardware through Toolbox
Card Termination board connections
I/O point definition
New card configuration
Signals
Signal and IO point definition
Toolbox functions
Control functions
Software hierarchy
Pin definition
Function/Module/Task/Block creation
Validate/build
On line
Download and Compare / Upload
Finder
Watch window
Trend recorder
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Toolbox Introduction
The toolbox is a software for configuration of various control equipment.
Therefore, each product package can consist of the toolbox, product files
for the controller or drive, Trend Recorder, Data Historian, and product files
for the System Database (SDB). To order the toolbox software and specific
product support files.
toolbox
cimplicity
The Cimplicity is a software for the definition and visualization of the HMI
screens for real time control of power-plant, processes and equipment.
In addiction, throught the Cimplicity software the operator can issue
commands to the selected turbine or driven devices.
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Toolbox Toolbox arrangement
*.m6b structure
Titlebar
Toolbar
Outline view
Summary view
Log view Status bar
Privilege level
Idle time
Connection / Revision
Edit status
TMR processor connection
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Toolbox Toolbox arrangement
*.m6b structure
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*.m6b structure
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Toolbox Panel hardware through Toolbox
Hardware and I/O Definition
reports:
the Rack composition
(cards and Termination
boards).
TMR and SIMPLEX
configuration
I/O points configuration
Diagnorstic alarm
conditions
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VCMI
CONTROLLER
TMR I/O CARDS SIMPLEX I/O CARDS
Card Termination board connections
Toolbox Panel hardware through Toolbox
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Card Termination board connections
Connector: J33
Connector: J44
Connector: J3
Connector: J4
Connector: J5
Toolbox Panel hardware through Toolbox
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Card Termination board connections
VCRC placed at slot 10 of the VME rack
TBCI (x2) connected on the card
by means of J33 and J44
TRLY (x2) connected on the back board
by means of J3 and J4
modify on the
termination board
allows to typewrite
the location of the
termination board
and, if needed,
some notes.
Toolbox Panel hardware through Toolbox
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Card Termination board connections
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Toolbox Panel hardware through Toolbox
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The Panel Layout and
Termination board locations
is usually reported in the
Unit Control System
costruction drowing
Toolbox Panel hardware through Toolbox
Card Termination board connections
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I/O points also represent a buffer separate from the signals used by controller blockware. This memory is
modified directly by drivers that handle the various controller interfaces as well as by blockware.
Blockware reads and writes these I/O points through I/O transfers.
A signal can be connected to more than one point. If one of the points is an input and one is an output,
the controller transfers the value of the point from the input to the output through the signal.
Toolbox Signals
Signal and I/O Point definition
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Signal and IO point definition steps:
Editing of a new signal
Type, description, scale...
Assignment of the new signal with the
relative IO pin of the IO termination board
Download
IO card configuration
Application code and product code
Cyclepower to make the modification
operative
NOTE: as standard, GE uses capital letters to indicate
a signal that is not directly connected with the fild,
and small letters to indicate a signal that is directly
connected to the field as input or output.
Signal and I/O Point definition
Toolbox Signals
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Toolbox Signals
A pin is a signal used insidethe
logic as inputoor output of a
block.
All signals, before to be used,
mast be defined as pins in the
relativemodule.
Signals can be connected to card
I/O points.
Signal and I/O Point definition
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Toolbox Signals
Signal and I/O Point definition
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Toolbox Signals
Signal and I/O Point definition
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Control functions
Toolbox Toolbox functions
Load Control
Exhaust TemperatureControl
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
Software hierarchy
@ modules: modification is allowed
: modules: modification is not allowed
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Validate / Build
Toolbox Toolbox functions
validate
1
Pcode: Pre-compiled code
2
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
Validate / Build
Build
1
2
in case of errors/warnings, they are listed in the Log view area.
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
On line
2
1
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On line
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
Download (applicationcode)
Major and Minor
Revision differences
are indicated in the
Summary View.
If not equal a new download is needed
Download and Compare / Upload
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
2
1
Download (Applicationcode)
Downloadto RAM
Downloadto flash
Download and Compare / Upload
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
Download (terminal VME card)
Configutation:Tobe used when a card configuration has been modified from the toolbox, to make the modification active on the panel rack
Firmware: in case H/W board revision not equal between Toolbox and device.
Download and Compare / Upload
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
Compare(terminal VME card)
Firmware compatibility check
between Toolbox and device
Download and Compare / Upload
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
Upload (controller)
Indicating the IP adress of the connected controller (R controller in case of TMR),
is possible to apload on the toolbox the equipment configuration.
Download and Compare / Upload
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
Upload (VME card)
to apload on the toolbox the configuration of the relative card.
Download and Compare / Upload
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Finder
Toolbox Toolbox functions
2
1
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Watch window
Toolbox Toolbox functions
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Trend recorder
Toolbox Toolbox functions
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Toolbox Toolbox functions
Recoder
Pause /Play
Upload
Configure
Add signal
Remove signal
Time axis (range)
Auto range
Trend recorder
Edit Block
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Controller - Toolbox - Cimplicity
Controller - Toolbox Cimplicity
Toolbox Cimplicity controller data sharing
Network layers
Configuration scheme and data sharing
TCI (Turbine Control Interface)
Cimplicity orrangement
Introduction
Equipment (devices and ports)
Point acquisition check
Properties measurement units
screens
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Network layers
SupervisorLayer
Control Layer
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Configuration scheme and data sharing
Controller - Toolbox - Cimplicity Controller data sharing
Toolbox
SDB
Cimplicity
Controller
.syb System Information
Scale
Resurce: T1,...
.m6b
Control Options
SystemData .. (scale, ext sign, resurces,
alarmclasses.)
HW configuration
Network Configuration:
- EGD
- Genius
- MODBUS
- .
FUNCTION (Sequences)
.hmb HMI configuration
Definition of PDH & UDH name and addreses
EGD interface
Build HMI configuration
Import Alarms and Points intoCIMPROJ
.gef Cimproject
Screns
Signals
Alarm
....
QNX
runtime
application
BUILD
HMI
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TCI (Turbine Control Interface)
TCI is part of the Turbineruntimesystem, which integrates the Mark VI controller, CIMPLICITY
HMI, and PI or Historian systems.
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TCI (Turbine Control Interface)
Programs / GE Control System Solution / TCI / Rebuild Start Menu
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TCI (Turbine Control Interface)
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Controller - Toolbox - Cimplicity Cimplicity arrangement
Introduction
CIMPLICITY is a very easy-to-use supervisory
monitoring and control software product.
It consolidates the collection
of data from your facilitys
sensors and devices,
and then transforms the
data into dynamic text,
alarmand graphic displays.
It gives you access to
real-time information, helping
you make appropriate decisions
to improve quality, productivity
and, ultimately, profitability.
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Introduction
Screens
Points
Equipment
*.gef Workbench project
The Workbench window is divided into two panes. On the left is a folder/file tree that contains the
various tools and product options. By clicking on a folder or option on the left, you can view the
corresponding configuration items on the right.
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Introduction
Toolbar buttons
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Equipment (devices and ports)
A device is anything that can communicate point data
to CIMPLICITY HMI software. CIMPLICITY HMI software
can read data from and write data to devices
A port is a communication "socket" that connects one
or more factory devices such as PLCs to the computer.
Use this function to configure ports and specify their
characteristics. Configuration requirements for ports
vary depending on the type of port and
communications protocol being used.
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Point acquisition check
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Properties measurement units
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Screens
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Screens and sequences
Screens and Sequences
Video pages
Start-up/Stop sequence and permissives
MS5002C start-up sequence
MS5002C stop sequence
PGT25+ start-up sequence
PGT25+ stop sequence
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Screens and sequences Video pages
SCREENS P&I
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Screens and sequences Video pages
MS5002C turbine PGT25+turbine
SOM6623696 SOM5461132
Video pages
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MS5002C start-up sequence
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IGV (from 34 to 56)
92.5%
L14HS = 1 minimum
operative speedHP
Bleed valves closed.
L14HS 0 if TNH90%
time
LP speed control
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L14LS =1 minimum
operative speedLP
L14LS 0 if TNL41%
L3 = 1
Ready to load
NOTE:
In case of NO fire after 10s the intersatage
vent valve (20VG-1) is re-opened, SRVanf
GCV are re-closed.
The turbine returns in crank mode.
NOTE:
The Second
Stage variable
Nozzels are
closed to
maintain fixed
the HP shaft.
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MS5002C start-up sequence
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MS5002C Shut-down sequence
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unloaded Decelerating
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Lube oil cooler timer
Cooldown timer
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PGT25+ start-up sequence
100%
time
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(max 1.5min From ignition
And Tsynt 20C )
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NGGIDL = 6800rpm
6780rpm IDLE SPEED
(max 2min from
Ignition)
5min
WARM-UP
(max 30min)
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250rpm
If not NPTBWYFSM= 1
(fail to speen)
2897.5rpm L14LS=1
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Load control
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PGT25+ start-up sequence
Functions \ SEQLMPRJfunc\ SEQ:STARTSEQ
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Screens and sequences Start-up/Stop sequence and permissives
PGT25+ Shut-down sequence
100%
time
NGG
NPT
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allowed
5min
IDLE cooldown
6850rpm
NGGIDL = 6800rpm
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2100rpm
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L14HR = 1
300rpm
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NOTE: 4h of system lock-out
in case of motoring not
started in 10min.
15min
Syntetic oil cooling timer
Synt. Oil
sep. fan off
2h
Ventilation timer
Off skid fan off
Off skid fuelclosed
Off skid vent opened
PT cooldown timer (restart allowed with motoring)
4h
88BA off (enc. fan)
88BA1/2 off (encl. fan)
88QV off (min. Oil separator)
88QA off (aux. pump)
F&G N2 bottle bank disabled
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Calibration
Calibration
Servovalve and LVDT
Servovalve working principles
LVDT working principles
Servovalve and LVDT loop
Servovalve and LVDT calibration
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Servovalve working principle
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Calibration Servovalve and LVDT
Servovalve working principle
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Calibration Servovalve and LVDT
LVDT working principle
LVDTs are robust, absolute linear
position/displacement transducers
The LVDT converts a position or linear
displacement from a mechanical reference (zero,
or null position) into a proportional electrical signal
containing phase (for direction) and amplitude (for
distance) information.
The LVDT operation does not require an electrical
contact between the moving part (probe or core
assembly) and the coil assembly, but instead relies
on electromagnetic coupling.
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Servovalve and LVDT loop
Calibration Servovalve and LVDT
VSVO - Regulator
servovalve
LVDT LVDT
drain
M
A
X
Processor
UCVx
Hydraulic oil
Position
calculator
Position
calculator
Calibration
Valuerange
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+ x

Offset (RegNullBlas)
Reactiveness (Reg_Gain)
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REGULATOR
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1 ... 12
status
status
X
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Servovalve and LVDT calibration
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Servovalve and LVDT calibration
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Alarms
Alarms in Cimplicity
Alarm from Cimplicity to Toolbox
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Alarms in Cimplicity
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Alarms in Cimplicity
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Alarms in Cimplicity
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Troubleshooting Alarms
Alarms in Cimplicity
Class ID Description Alarmed Acknoledged Normal
PRC Turbine process control alarm(and trip) PRC Alarm text PRC Alarm text PRC Alarm text
DIAG Signal unhealty and controller faults DIAG Alarm text DIAG Alarm text DIAG Alarm text
Process Alarms : Site specific HMI Panel Text Alarms
Events : Each event logic signal status change will be printed
Diagnostic Alarms : MKVI Panel or SystemTrouble alarms
SOEs : Digital Signal status message will be printed (Firing, Starting,
Accelerating, Warm-Up, Status message, Flame On, etc.)
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Troubleshooting Alarms
Alarm from Cimplicity to Toolbox
Take a note of the Alarm ID:
i.e P234
Generate an
Alarm List report
from Toolbox
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Search, in the Alarm list
report, the alarm ID of the
alarm to troubleshoot
i.e. P234
Under Signal name the
name of the alarm signal is
reported:
i.e. L63FGL_ALM
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Searching the alarm signal is
possible to view the logic
bloks that manage the alarm,
and, as consequence, to
understood the possible
cause conditions.
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