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PULSATION MONITORING SYSTEM _________________________________________________ 2

Purpose of the system _____________________________________________________________________________ 2

General description of the system, mechanical parts ____________________________________________________ 2

Major components ________________________________________________________________________________ 3

SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEM ____________________________________________________ 4

Purpose of the system _____________________________________________________________________________ 4

General Description _______________________________________________________________________________ 4

Main components _________________________________________________________________________________ 5


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Pulsation monitoring system

Purpose of the system


The purpose of the system is to measure the dynamic pressure in the combustion chamber and
deliver analogue outputs to the control and protection system.

General description of the system, mechanical parts


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Figure 1: Schematic system drawing, mechanical parts

The system consists of three parts: measuring part, damping part and air supply.
Pressure waves in the combustion chamber are led to the sensors, which are located outside the
central casing, via narrow tubes (measurement part). Additional tubing is used beyond the sensor to
absorb pressure waves travelling through the pipe (acoustic resonance damping part). The air supply
feeds the measurement device with air from the compressor in order to avoid condensation in the
pipe system and to achieve a smoother temperature gradient in the pipe from the transducer to the
outer liner of the combustion chamber.
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Air Supply system


Air is taken from the compressor in the location MBA10 BR001 (7), 'Pressure purge air from
compressor'.

Long line probe system

Damping device
Where the air supply pipe enters the damping box (4) it is split up in three identical systems, one for
each measuring point. Therefore the damping box includes three damping drums (5). The damping
box is insulated (3).
The damping box is located in the physically highest point in the system, i.e. on the combustion
chamber, located right behind the fuel manifolders.

Measurement device
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Measurement device consists of narrow tubes (8) between damping device and combustion chamber
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outer liner, sensors (1), sensor holders (1) and insulation. Sensor holders are mounted directly in the
central casing and via wave guides are connected to the combustion chamber.

Major components

• Position 6,
The pipe feeds measuring device with purge air.

• Position 8,
The pipe transmits pressure waves to the damping device and transport air to the combustion
chamber.

• Position 4, Box MBX10BS005


This box enclose all dampers and heating device.

• Position 5, Damper MBX10BS005-MR01, MR02, MR03

• Position 1, Sensor holder


The sensor holder is mounted in the central casing and is a connection between the central casing,
the wave guide and the dynamic pressure transducer.

• Position 1, Dynamic pressure transducer MBA10CP085, MBA10CP090, MBA10CP095


The dynamic pressure transducer measures the dynamic pressure in the wave guide.

• Position 3, Insulation
This insulation insulates the air supply pipe and the damping box (30mm respectively 50mm).
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Signal processing system

Purpose of the system


The signal processing system uses input signals from dynamic pressure sensors for processing and
delivers output signals to the control and protection system (CPS), via analogue signals or a relay
circuit.

General Description
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Input signals
The input signal to the signal-processing monitor comes from the pulsation monitoring measurement
chain, which includes a dynamic pressure sensor and a charge amplifier (A). The input signal is a mV
signal proportional to the dynamic pressure in the combustion chamber. The signal is connected to an
I/O module and can be externally strapped or internally cascade coupled.

Signal processing monitor


The signal-processing monitor is placed in a monitor rack with opportunity to handle up to fifteen
monitors. The signal-processing monitor filters and converts the input mV signal from the charge
amplifier. For each frequency band a RMS value is calculated. The buffered output (C) is used for
analysis and the signal from this output is not processed.
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Figure 1: Bently Nevada rack and two views of Dynamic Pressure monitor.
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Main components

• Position B: Bently Nevada Dynamic Pressure monitor 3500/64M-01-00


Signal processing monitor placed in a Bently Nevada 3500 rack

• Position A: Charge amplifier


The charge amplifier amplifies and transforms the charge signal into a mV-signal
A Brüel & Kjaer 2661 is used

• Position C: Buffered output


BNC connector used for signal analysis. The output is not processed.

• Position E: Isolation amplifier


The isolation amplifier creates a galvanic isolation between the DCS and Bently Nevada. A
Phoenix Contact MCR-CP is used

• Position D: Connection point to the CPS


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Function
Start up
System active.

Continuous operation
System active.

Turbine stop
System active.

Stand still
System active.
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Disturbances
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Gas turbine trip


Gas turbine trip does not affect the pulsation monitoring system.

Loss of power supply


Loss of power supply will shut down the signal-processing monitor and combustion chamber
monitoring will therefore not work.

Incorrect configuration of signal-processing monitor


Incorrect configuration of signal-processing monitor may affect output values to the CPS.

System fault
Fault in the signal-processing monitor may affect output signals to the CPS or completely stop
working.

Testing and service

Testing during operation


N/A

Replacement of faulty monitor


Not possible during operation. Replacement should be done during stand still. Rack has to be
switched of before removing faulty monitor.
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Replacement of sensor and sensor cable


Not possible and not allowed to change sensor during operation. Cable should be changed during
stand-still
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