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Operational Flow Description

Case 1. Normal start sequence


1) To make a FGC ready to start, following
UCP
conditions shall be satisfied.
Power On
- Common shutdown signal is off.
- Main motor is stopped completely.
Stop Status - Oil supply temp. is higher than 30.
- Emergency stop signal is off.
- Stop signal is off.
- ITV position is less than 10% open.
Inlet block valve closes - RCV position is less than 40% close.
Outlet block valve closes No
- No Start-Up Fault alarm
- Differential pressure between the suction
pressure and discharge pressure is lower than
0.25barG.
Ready to Start?1)
- Oil reservoir level is higher than 69 %.
- No critical sensor fault
Yes - Control target available
- Anti-surge control available
Warm stand-by 3) Ready Status - Seal separation gas pressure is higher than 1.5
barG.
No Stop AOP - Seal vent pressure is lower than 0.07 barG.
- FGC start permissive from BOP
FGC - Inlet pressure is lower than 11barG and higher
Start Command? than 7barG

2) Start-up fault alarm


Yes - If the oil supply pressure can not meet 1.6barG
within predefined time after the start command
Start-Up Fault Alarm2) has been asserted, the Start-up fault alarm
Start AOP is generated and the start-up sequence is
terminated.
- If there are any problems regarding AOP, lube
system, the Start-up fault alarm can be
generated.

3) Warm stand-by
Oil Supply Press.
No - Warm stand-by means that FGC stands with
meets the start condition(1.6barG) ?
ready to start.
- Operator can start FGC Immediately If needed.

4) Unload status(Hot stand-by)


Yes - Hot stand-by means that FGC is running at
unloading status.
- FGC can be loaded immediately if needed.
Main Motor Start Signal - Main motor speed reached 100% RPM.
From PLC to MCC - Closed loop controls of ITV and RCV are not
activated.
- Inlet pressure is higher than 16.5barG

5) Load status
Main Motor - Closed loop controls of ITV and RCV are
activated.
Acceleration for 30 sec - Discharge pressure is regulated at set value.

6) Recycle mode
- Compressor is load status, but whole fuel gas is
Unload Status recycled through RCV.
Hot stand-by 4) - In case of GT is not running or PRS pressure is
Outlet Block Valve Closes.
higher than FGC discharge pressure.
- Fuel gas is available with no delay.

Inlet block valve opens


Unload From To Operating time
Stop Warm About dozens of minutes
standby standby depending on oil temperature

Warm Hot
About 3 minutes typically
Autoload/ Unload standby standby
Selector Hot Full
About 1 minute typically
standby load

Note
1) It is assumed that volume between FGC and GT is already
charged more than inlet pressure.
Autoload
2) Operating time can be changed during commissioning.

To Sheet #2
OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART
SHEET NO. 2
Fuel Gas Compressor
Operational Flow Description

3) ITV & RCV loading sequence


From Sheet #1
- ITV gradually opens at the pre-defined ramp
rate
- RCV moves to the Minload position and
Outlet Block Valve Opens then becomes feedback-controlled by the anti-
ITV opens surge controller
RCV closes 3)

No
4) ITV Feedback control initiation
- If the difference between the compressor
Comp. discharge Press4) discharge pressure and the set point falls below
> Set point(28 barG) 1bar 1bar(typically), the ITV becomes feedback-
controlled to maintain the compressor
discharge pressure to set point(30barG).

Yes
5) Load Status
5)
LOAD Status - All valves are controlled automatically by feed-
back controller
- The compressor discharge pressure is almost on
the set point.
Anti-Surge & Performance
Control

No No

STOP? E-STOP

Yes Yes

ITV closes at ramp rate.


RCV opens at ramp rate. Main Motor Stop signal
Inlet Block Valve Closes. From PLC or Switch to MCC
Outlet Block Valve Closes.

No

30 sec elapsed
or
Input STOP signal again within
30 sec.

Yes ITV fully closes


RCV fully opens
Main Motor Stop Signal Inlet Block Valve Closes.
From PLC to MCC Outlet Block Valve Closes.

Main motor stops.


AOP runs for 30 min.

Coast down timer


(default 240sec)

Stop Status
OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART
SHEET NO. 3
Fuel Gas Compressor