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Station: NTPCBHEL Ref No.

PS-DC-202-500-0004
Ramagunda NTPC Ref no COS-COMM-RGM-Comm-PRO/013
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PROCEDURE FOR HYDRAULIC TEST AND FLUSHING OF TURBINE LUB-OIL AND
JACKING OIL SYSTEM
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1.0

PLANT DETAILS

2.0

OBJECTIVE

3.0

PROPOSAL

4.0

SERVICES REQUIRED

5.0

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

6.0

EMERGENCY PROCEDURE

7.0

STATE OF THE PLANT

8.0

METHOD

9.0

COMPLETION CRITERIA

10.0

APPENDICES
a) TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
b) DRAWING.
c) LOG SHEETS.

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1.

PLANT DETAILS

1.1

500 MW unit is provided with lub oil and Jacking oil systems
which consisting of the following equipments to cater to the
lubrication and shaft lifting requirement of entire Turbine and
Generator bearings and Turing gear system.

1.2

2 Nos. AC driven Auxiliary oil pumps and 1 No DC driven


emergency oil pump are meant to supply oil to the bearings and
turning gear at required pressures.

1.3

2 Nos. of AC driven and 1 No DC driven Jacking Oil pumps are


meant for supplying high pressure oil to the bearings in order to
lift the shaft while the machine is on barring gear.

1.4

1 No Main oil pump to supply oil to the bearings while the unit is
in operation.

1.5

2Nos. of injectors to boost the suction pressure to MOP.

1.6

2 Nos of coolers, one in service & the other as standby to remove


the heat from the oil coming from the bearings.

1.7

Oil temperature control valve. This in conjunction with oil coolers


maintains the oil temperature at inlet to bearings.

1.8

Duplex filters in oil line to Thrust bearing:- This is to remove the


mechanical impurities from the oil so that the damage to thust
bearing is avoided. One is normally in service and the other is
kept as standby.

1.9

Throttles at the inlet to the bearings. These are meant for


regulating the flow of oil entering the bearings so that the bearing
metal temperatures are maintained within operating limits.

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1.10

Hydraulic Turning gear shut off valve is meant for admitting the
power oil for turning gear device during shutdown of the unit.

1.11

Main Oil Tank serves as reservoir of Oil. The Auxiliary Oil Pump
and Jacking oil pumps are mounted inside the Main oil
tank. The tank contains two compartments, Namely dirty
and clean compartments separated by a partition & filter
element.

1.12
2Nos. Vapour Exhauster fans are meant for removing oil vapour
from the oil system and to maintain a little amount of vaccum.
Normally one fan is in service and the other is kept as standby.
2.0
OBJECTIVE:
2.1
To flush complete TG Oil & Jacking oil systems with Turbine oil
to remove mechanical impurties.
3.0
PROPOSAL
3.1
Scheme of oil flushing for lub oil and Jacking oil systems shall be
as per the enclosed sketch.
3.2
Thermal shocks shall be given to the system by sudden changes
in oil temperature to make the flushing effective. Rapping of the
oil lines shall be carried out during thermal shocks especially at
weld joints.
3.3
Oil flushing shall be carried out using the normal operating
Turbine oil as per Annexure. The quantity of oil required for
flushing will be approx. 40 KL.
3.4
For the purpose of analysis, oil samples shall be collected from
centrifuge inlet with centrifuge in service
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4.0

SERVICES REQUIRED

4.1

Availability of Electrical heating arrangement for heating the CW to


turbine oil cooler for giving thermal shocks during oil flushing.

4.2

Availability of laboratory facility for analysis of oil sample.

4.3

Availability of service air and thinner/petrol for filter cleaning.

4.4

Availability of sufficient skilled manpower for execution and supervision


of the process.

4.5

Availability of required quantity of Turbine oil

4.6

Availability of portable fire extinguisher at oil flushing area.

4.7

Availability of proper lighting and communication facility.

5.0

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:

5.1

Staircases, platforms, hand-rails for MOT and required approaches as


decided at site should be ready.

5.2

Safety and protective equipments like hand gloves, helmet etc should
be available during the process.

5.3

Precautions should be taken to avoid spillage and contamination of oil.

5.4

Service water source should be available near the activity area.

5.5

Availability of first aid kit near the process area should be ensured.

5.6

Availability of Portable fire extinguishers and buckets containing sand


should be ensured near the activity area.

5.7

Once oil is filled in MOT no welding / cutting job should be carried out in
lub oil flushing area.

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5.8

Load on AOP shall not exceed full load current of the motor.

5.9

Provision for emergency stopping of oil pumps from local/UCB


has to be made.

5.10

Provision for emergency draining of MOT to the tank of Central oil


Purification Unit should be made.

5.11

Oil flushing area should be properly cordoned off.

5.12

Display of caution sign boards, danger tags should be made at


concerned locations.

5.13

Round the clock manning should be made for monitoring of oil


flushing activity.

6.0

EMERGENCY PROCEDURE:

6.1

Emergency operating instructions, to deal with fire or any other


emergency conditions, should be prepared in advance and
displayed at the identified locations.

6.2

The operator posted in the oil flushing area should be aware of


fire extinguisher operating procedures.

6.3

The team members should be aware of procedure to be followed


in case of accident involving injury/ Electrical Shock.

6.4

An operator should be posted near the pump area and instructed


to trip the pumps in the event of emergency being notified to him
by any team member / observers.

6.5

The team members should be aware of restarting the flushing


operation in case of system stoppage due to failure of power
supply.

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7.0

STATE OF THE PLANT

7.1

Erection of the lube-oil system is complete as per drawing.

7.2

All the temporary piping which are included in the process, are
separately cleaned before their installation.

7.3

Thermal shock scheme is ready, as per the details given in the


enclosed drawing. (Refer drg. No.4:PS:TSX:0146:00)

7.4

Dirty & clean oil tanks and the related systems of the Central Oil
Purification unit (COPU) are ready for draining and pumping back
of oil to MOT

7.5

MAIN OIL TANK:

7.5.1

Oil injector float valve are kept in position. Screw plugs will be
provided in its drain holes.

7.5.2

MOP suction and discharge are looped with its oil flushing device
supplied from Works, with a vent valve.

7.5.3

All C & I installations like MOT level indicators, level switches etc
are fitted before oil filling.

7.5.4

Vapour extraction fans are available for operation.

7.5.5

All bearing Pedestals and MOT strainer are manually cleaned


and inspected before start of oil flushing. Markin cloth only is to
be used for cleaning.

7.5.6

AOPs, JOPs, and centrifuge are available with required alarms,


interlocks and protections.

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7.6

LUB OIL SYSTEM:

7.6.1

All flanges in the system are tightened after checking for gaskets.

7.6.2

Oil throttles at AOP discharge for oil injector I and II are replaced
with suitable adapters/distance pieces

7.6.3

The turning gear nozzle box inside bearing No.3 pedestal is


removed and its flushing device provided before boxing up of
pedestal.

7.6.4

Lub oil header is connected to Drain Header with a temporary


loop of the lub oil header size, with an isolating valve.

7.6.5

Oil supply & return lines for each of Generator front, rear and
exciter bearings are looped with temporary pipes.

7.6.6

Flushing device are provided for bearings 1 to 4.

7.6.7

Thrust bearing Pads are removed.

7.6.8

Oil throttle before oil cooler is kept in position and adjusted such
that maximum oil flow is achieved during oil flushing .

7.6.9

Turbine oil cooler is bypassed during first stage of flushing, with a


temporary pipe connection from cooler inlet to outlet.

7.6.10

Duplex filter elements shall be taken out during oil flushing.


These are introduced in the circuit only in the final stage flushing.

7.6.11

All throttles in the lub oil supply line to bearings are kept fully
closed prior to oil flushing. Also, screw plugs are fixed in small
holes provided in these throttles.

7.6.12

MOP is removed and its suction & discharge are looped with the
help of flushing device.

7.6.13

A dummy is provided at flange B as shown in scheme.

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7.6.14 Oil coolers are inspected through oil line connection and if required are
cleaned before start of the oil flushing.
7.6.15 Temperature indicators before and after oil cooler for oil as well as
cooling water are made available.
7.7

JACKING OIL SYSTEM:

7.7.1

From the dummy flange at the end of JOP supply header, a temporary
connection (JOP supply header size) with an isolating valve is taken to
oil return pipe for initial flushing.

7.7.2

The hose connection of Jacking oil lines to bearings is disconnected


from the bearing bottom and kept open to drain inside pedestals.

7.7.3

All the NRVs internals of Jacking oil pump discharge and supply lines to
bearings are removed.

7.7.4

Jacking oil PRV are removed and necessary temporary lines blanking
provided.

7.7.5

AOP discharge header is looped with an isolating valve to jacking oil


lines bypassing the JOPs.

7.8

GENERAL:

7.8.1

Turbine Insulation work should not be carried out during oil flushing
activity.

7.8.2

Erection and testing of fire fighting system envisaged for lub oil system
should be complete before MOT is filled with oil.

7.8.3

Generally the pipelines of Lub oil & Jacking oil systems are chemically
cleaned at works before dispatch. Howerver, if traces of pitting / rusting
are observed in any of the pipe line, (inspected jointly by NTPC &
BHEL at site), acid cleaning of the pipe lines are carried out.
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7.8.4

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STATUS

A check list is prepared for all the items removed / fitted


temporaily and is referred to at the time of normalization.

8.0

METHOD:

8.1

OIL FILLING:

8.1.1

Required quantity of oil is made available and the oil is tested for
its quality. Test certificate can also be obtained from the supplier.

8.1.2

Turbine oil is filled into the MOT preferably through the centrifuge.
Oil filling can also be done through bearing drain header by
mounting a temporary filling funnel at its exciter dummy end.

8.1.3

Care is to be taken that all the drains of the system are closed
and no oil leakage occur during filling.

8.1.4

The operation of oil tank level indicator is checked during oil


filling. Level is to be closely monitored to avoid any overflow.

8.1.5

Centrifuging of MOT oil is to be done continuously with its heaters


ON Centrifuge bowl is to be cleaned intermittently to remove
sludge collected.

8.1.6

MOT filters is to be cleaned as and when required.

8.2

LUB OIL SYSTEM FLUSHING:

8.2.1

System is lined up for flushing lub oil lines directly from lub oil
header to drain through the temporary valve. Oil coolers are kept
bypassed. All other sections are kept isolated.

8.2.2

Direction of rotation of the oil pumps is to be checked with short


start / stop command. The trial run of the pumps is to be taken up
along with oil flushing process.

8.2.3

Flushing is started with DC Emergency Oil Pump in service.


System is checked for leakages if any, and attended.

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8.2.4

AOPs are to be taken in to service. for further oil flushing after


making the system leak proof. Centrifuge is to be run continously
with its heaters ON.

8.2.5

Care is to be taken that AOP load is limited to full load current of


the AOP motor. If required both AOPs shall be run.

8.2.6

Main oil tank filters shall be inspected and cleaned every hour
during initial flushing operation. Thereafter the frequency is be
gradually reduced to once a day depending upon the filter
condition.

8.2.7

When once a day MOT filter cleaning is established, lub oil


coolers shall be taken in service one by one for further oil
flushing. Normally 2-3 days of flushing with coolers in bypassed
condition sufficient.

8.2.8

Thermal shock to the oil system is started by heating the oil with
thermal shock arrangement.

8.2.9

Temperature of oil after cooler shall be raised to about


deg C. Oil temperature should not exceed 80 deg C.

8.2.10

Thermal shock is given by charging cooling water as fast as


possible and oil temperature before cooler is brought down by
about 35 40 deg C.

8.2.11

Further oil flushing is continued with repetitive thermal shocks


and intermittent rapping of the oil lines at weld joints.

8.2.12

Oil flushing with thermal shocks is continued (bearing pedestals


in bypassed condition) till completion criteria are met.

8.2.13

Once the completion criteria for flushing of oil lines are met the
temporary valve between lub oil header and drain header is
closed.

70-75

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8.2.14

Further flushing is done through bearing pedestals. 2 to 3


bearings at a time are selected for flushing. The throttles of the
bearings, which are selected for flushing, are kept wide open and
those of remaining bearings are kept closed. This ensures
maximum possible oil flow in bearing return oil lines.

8.2.15

The bearing pedestal flushing operation is continued till the


completion criteria is accomplished for each group of bearings.

8.2.16

Turning gear oil line is flushed by opening the turning gear valve
in such a way that AOP motor doesnt get overloaded. This is
done everyday with one or two thermal shocks.

8.3

JACKING OIL SYSTEM FLUSHING:

8.3.1

Flushing is carried out using temporary connection from AOP


discharge header.

8.3.2

Flushing of Jacking oil lines is started once the MOT filters are
reasonably clean after start of thermal shocks.

8.3.3

Initially, jacking oil header is flushed from its dead end to bearing
lub oil drain header.

8.3.4

After flushing above circuit for few days, the above connection is
to be closed / normalised and jacking oil lines to individual
bearings are to be flushed taking 2 or 3 lines at a time for
effective flushing.

8.3.5

Jacking oil lines flushing is continued till oil flushing is declared


complete based on completion criteria.

8.3.6

The temporary connection from AOP discharge header to jacking


oil lines is removed at the end of the flushing. JOP discharge
NRV internals, PRV and discharge pipelines are normalised for
running of JOPs.

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8.3.7

Keeping PRV fully released, one JOP is started and discharge


pressure raised to approximately 10 kg/cm 2 for further oil flushing
of jacking oil lines for two days.

8.4

FINAL STAGE FLUSHING:

8.4.1

After all the circuits have been taken for flushing and MOT
strainer remains clean for 24 Hrs., Duplex filter elements shall be
introduced in the flushing circuit

8.4.2

The internals of bearing oil throttles ( 2 to 3 bearings at a time )


are removed and line filters, supplied from works, are introduced.

8.4.3

Complete oil system flushing is continued using thermal shocks.


Oil sample analysis is carried out. Duplex / Line filters are
cleaned with cleaning agent. Flushing is declared complete
based on completion criteria.

8.5

HYDRAULIC TESTING OF LINES:

8.5.1

GENERAL:

8.5.1.1

Hydraulic test of various lines shall be carried out as per chart


given below.
S.No

System/Item

Std. Pr.

Test Pr.

1.
2.
3.

LUB OIL
2.5 kg/cm2
12 kg/cm2
JACKING OIL 120 kg/CM2 180 kg/CM2
OIL COOLER
2.5 kg/cm2 12 kg/cm2

Duration
10 min
10 min
10 min

NOTE: Oil Coolers are received at site after duly conducting


hydraulic test at works (Test certificates are to be referred
at site). Oil coolers are hydraulically tested at above
parameters after concluding oil flushing.
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8.5.2

STATUS
PREPRATION:

8.5.2.1

Before conducting hydraulic test, it is to be ensured that


discharge piping of JOPs including its discharge NRV and PRV
have been normalised and trial run of jacking oil pumps
completed.

8.5.2.2

Required temporary connection shall be made between the


subsystems. Blank flanges shall be installed wherever the
subsystem are connected to drain as per flushing scheme.

8.5.2.3

Test gauges of suitable range are provided.

8.5.2.4

Equipments not subjected to test are kept isolated.

8.5.2.5

Impulse line valves of all process pressure gauges / transmitters


are to be kept closed.

8.5.2.6

Safety relief valves of JOPs. are to be checked for their setting.


System pressure during Hydraulic test is to be regulated using
pressure regulating valve.

8.5.2.7

Venting arrangements are provided at blind ends with valve.

8.5.2.8

Jacking oil discharge lines are suitably tapped off to lub oil
system separately with isolating valves.

8.5.2.9

Lub oil throttles to all bearings are closed.

8.6

PROCEDURE:

8.6.1

Lub Oil System:

8.6.1.1

DC EOP is run and system is filled.

8.6.1.2

Venting of total system is carried out.

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8.6.1.3

DC EOP is stopped.

8.6.1.4

One JOP is started with pressure regulating valve fully released.

8.6.1.5

Lines connecting jacking oil to lub oil systems are opened.

8.6.1.6

Pressure is raised to 12 kg/cm 2 and held for 10 minutes. System


is checked for leakages.

8.6.2

Jacking Oil System:

8.6.2.1

Pressure regulating valve is kept fully released.

8.6.2.2

After completion of hydraulic test of lub oil system the temporary


connection from JOP discharge header to lub oil system are
removed and jacking oil system is normalised.

8.6.2.3

One J.O.P is started and pressure is raised to 20 kg/cm 2 .

8.6.2.4

Lines to each bearing are vented and then isolating valves to


bearings closed.

8.6.2.5

Leakages, if any, are attended.

8.6.2.6

Pressure is gradually raised to 180 kg/cm 2.

8.6.2.7

System is again checked for leakages.

8.6.2.8

Pressure is held for 10 minutes and system is then depressurised

8.6.2.9

The PRV is adjusted to the operating value of jacking oil header


pressure.

8.6.3.0

If leakages are observed, system is depressurised and leakages


attended and hydraulic test is repeated.

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8.7

STATUS
Normalisation:

8.7.1

Oil is drained from the total system in the dirty oil tank of central
oil purification unit. Quality of this oil is tested and if found
suitable the oil may be used for oil flushing of other unit.

8.7.2

MOT and SOST are cleaned and inspected.

8.7.3

Oil coolers tube nest are cleaned and inspected.

8.7.4

Oil injector foot valve are cleaned and normalised after checking
the seating by blue matching. Also screw plug provided in drain
hole is removed.

8.7.5

Bearing oil throttles are normalised after removing their screw


plugs and their lift are adjusted for normal operation as per flow
curve. Locking of throttle is to be done properly.

8.7.6

All the TG bearings and MOP are normalised.

8.7.7

Each pedestal is cleaned of any foreign material, if any.

8.7.8

All the provisional arrangements made in the system for oil


flushing are removed and system normalised.

8.7.9

All jacking oil connections to the bearings are normalised.

8.7.10

Jacking oil line NRV internals removed prior to oil flushing are
installed.

8.7.11

JOP is run and all JOP connections to bearings are checked for
leakages. Leakages observed, if any are attended.

8.7.12

Bearing pedestal are boxed up after ensuring completion of all


C & I jobs.

8.7.13

Oil injector and oil cooler throttles are normalised / adjusted for
normal operation.

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8.7.14

Fresh oil is used for refilling the Main Oil Tank. Filling is done
through centrifuge.

9.0

COMPLETION CRITERIA:

9.1

Mechanical impurities and moisture content in the oil sample


should be each less than 100 ppm (by weight).

9.2

Main oil Tank filter should remain clean after 24 Hrs. of flushing.

9.3

Duplex filter elements should require cleaning after 12 hours of


flushing (For final stage of flushing).

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OIL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
10.0 (a) The properties of Turbine oil are given below:
I.
Appearance
Clear
1.

Kinematic Visoosity
At 40 deg C (CST)

41.4

2.

Viscosity Index

96

3.

ASTM Colour

2.5

4.

Density at
15 deg C (gm/ml)

0.9

5.

Pour Point (deg C)

(-) 6

6.

Flash Point (deg C)

210

7.

Neutralisation No.
(mg. KOH/gm)

0.15

8.

Deaeration Capacity
at 50 deg C Max (minutes)

9.

Corrosive action on
Copper max

10.

6
Corrosiveness 2

Reaction with Ammonia


Content

11.

FZG Rating

12.

Water Content

13.

Solid Content

14.

De-emulsification No.

15.

Air release value


At 50 deg C Minutes

<0.10% by Weight.
<0.05% by Weight.

4.0

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LOG SHEET
AOP NO # 1 / # 2 RUN STATUS

DATE

TIME

AOP
Current

Dis. Pr.

Lub oil
Header
Pr.

Lub oil Temo.


BEF
AFT
Cooler Cooler

No. of
Thermal
shock

Filter
Condition

Signatures
NTPC

BHEL

SHEET 19 OF 19
JOP No. 1 / No.2 RUN STATUS

DATE

TIME

JOP
Current

Dis. Pr.

Oil Temp.
BEF
AFT
Thermal
Thermal
Shock
Shock

No. of Thermal
Shock

Signatures
NTPC

BHEL

PROCEDURE FOR HYDRAULIC TEST AND FLUSHING


OF TURBINE LUB-OIL AND JACKING OIL SYSTEM

PS:TSX:176:00:03

PROJECT : RAMAGUNDAM 500 MW

BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED


TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
POWER SECTOR SOUTHERN REGION
CHENNAI 600 035.

PROJECT

RAMAGUNDAM 500MW, UNIT-7

PROCEDURE

HYDRAULIC TEST AND FLUSHING OF TURBINE LUB OIL


AND JACKING OIL SYSTEM

PURPOSE OF
DOCUMET

FOR EXECUTION / INFORMATION

DOCUMENT

PS:TSX:176:00:03

Copy No:
Issued to :

00

K.J

M.K.S

K.B

28.08.03

Rev.No.

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Date

BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED


PSSR/TECHNICAL SERVICES
474, Anna Salai, Nandanam,
Chennai 600 035.

RAMAGUNDAM 500 MW UNIT 7


FLUSHING OF TG LUB-OIL SYSTEM

DRG.NO.4:PS:TSX:0144: 00
DRAWN

CHECKED

APPROVED

DATED

KJ

MKS

KB

28.08.03

RAMAGUNDAM 500 MW UNIT 7


FLUSHING OF TG JACKING OIL SYSTEM

DRG.NO.4:PS:TSX:0145: 00
DRAWN

CHECKED

APPROVED

DATED

KJ

MKS

KB

28.08.03

RAMAGUNDAM 500 MW UNIT 7


ARRANGEMENT FOR HEATING OF OIL & THERMAL
SHOCK

DRG.NO.4:PS:TSX:0146: 00
DRAWN

CHECKED

APPROVED

DATED

KJ

MKS

KB

28.08.03

ARRANGEMENT FOR HEATING OF OIL AND THERMAL SHOCK


(TYPICAL)
TURBINE OIL FLUSHING RAMAGUNDAM UNIT 7 500 MW