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Operate a Power Plant on a Simulator
Under Normal and Disturbed Circumstances

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

 

PEDAGOGY

  • Training on how to operate a diesel power plant connected to the network under normal circumstances
  • Put the trainees in accident situations during operation. With the main faults in the engine and on the network to understand the interactions during abnormal operation
  • Understand the physical phenomena and the auxiliary circuits encountered in the same type of plants
 
  • Theoretical and practical training on the simulator
  • Simulation hosted and managed by an instructor who introduces faults in real time in order to put trainees in real life situations
  • Team role play and sharing of feedback

TRAINING PROGRAM

  • Normal operation (preheated engine start-up: hot or cold, coupling, socket load, load change and stop)
  • Operation under accident or disturbed circumstances
  • Operating in the presence of faults that cause an evolution of fixed-charge or blocking parameters for a start-up or stop sequence
  • Operating in the presence of faults resulting in automatic fuel oil / gas oil change, or automatic trigger of the group or islanding
  • Operate during a motor trip
  • Operation in an environment with faults outside the plant that cause sudden changes in voltage or power
 
  • Operation with partial lack of information (e.g. lost logbook)
  • Understand all the physical parameters and control loops of the plant through the analysis of educational images animated in real-time ( alternator P/Q diagram, droop line, heat balance, operating point of the turbocharger, regulating speed and load, generator excitation control, etc.)
  • Assistance in fault diagnosis by analysing the impact on the process of different types of electrical or mechanical defects
  • Understand the constraints and demands of the electricity dispatch centre

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

  • Training on how to operate a diesel power plant connected to the network under normal circumstances
  • Put the trainees in accident situations during operation. With the main faults in the engine and on the network to understand the interactions during abnormal operation
  • Understand the physical phenomena and the auxiliary circuits encountered in the same type of plants

PEDAGOGY

  • Theoretical and practical training on the simulator
  • Simulation hosted and managed by an instructor who introduces faults in real time in order to put trainees in real life situations
  • Team role play and sharing of feedback

TRAINING PROGRAM

  • Normal operation (preheated engine start-up: hot or cold, coupling, socket load, load change and stop)
  • Operation under accident or disturbed circumstances
  • Operating in the presence of faults that cause an evolution of fixed-charge or blocking parameters for a start-up or stop sequence
  • Operating in the presence of faults resulting in automatic fuel oil / gas oil change, or automatic trigger of the group or islanding
  • Operate during a motor trip
  • Operation in an environment with faults outside the plant that cause sudden changes in voltage or power
  • Operation with partial lack of information (e.g. lost logbook)
  • Understand all the physical parameters and control loops of the plant through the analysis of educational images animated in real-time ( alternator P/Q diagram, droop line, heat balance, operating point of the turbocharger, regulating speed and load, generator excitation control, etc.)
  • Assistance in fault diagnosis by analysing the impact on the process of different types of electrical or mechanical defects
  • Understand the constraints and demands of the electricity dispatch centre