3500 Monitoring System for TSI Applications
This hands-on course with a focus on Turbine Supervisory Instrumentation is a continuation of the standard 3500 Operation & Maintenance course. Topics include configuring and verifying the 3500/45 (Differential and Case Expansion, Valve Position, and Thrust). 3500/50 (Rotor Speed, Zero Speed, Rotor Acceleration), and 3500/42 (Eccentricity and Thrust) monitors. Workshops include practice with 'live' monitors and racks.
- 3500 monitoring system users
- Engineers involved in maintenance and troubleshooting of 3500 monitoring system
- Instrument technicians
- Explain the operational differences between the 8mm, 25mm, 35mm, and 50mm probes.
- Demonstrate the proper technique to install and verify the scale factor for an LVDT for Case Expan-sion or Valve Position while verifying at the 3500 system for accuracy.
- Explain and show mathematically the voltages required for installing Differential Expansion probes and verify at the 3500 system.
- Explain and show mathematically the voltages required for installing the Eccentricity probe and verify at the 3500 system.
- Explain the proper procedure for installing Keyphasor and Rotor speed/Rotor Acceleration probe.
- Connect field wiring for specific input signals to the 3500 Monitoring System and verify signals.
- Review of the 3500 Monitoring System
- 3300 Proximity Transducer System (11mm, 25mm, 50mm probes) and LVDT operation
- Rotor speed and acceleration
- Differential expansion (complimentary and ramp)
- Case expansion
Location: United States Of America,
Start date: Dec 3rd, 2020
Duration: 2 days
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