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1 Tavanir - Training Simulator Center Tarasht P.P - Edalat - presents : Gharb Power Plant Training Simulator

2 >>>> Main Titels >> Introduction >> Introduction >> >> Why Training Simulators ? >> Why Training Simulators ? >> >> What about our Training Simulator ? >> What about our Training Simulator ? >>>> What about Simulator realism ? >> >> How about Simulator Underlying technology ? >> How about Simulator Underlying technology ? >> >> What about Simulator instructor-station facilities ? >> What about Simulator instructor-station facilities ? >> >> What about Simulator Engineering Functions ? >> What about Simulator Engineering Functions ? >>>>

3 Simulation The mathematical representation/modeling of phisical process, control systems & user interfaces Simulators clasification Reserch Simulators Training Simulators Full Scope high realism (Replica) Simulators Reduced Scope high realism (Semi) Simulators Generic Simulators (emulators) >>>> Introduction >>

4 Operator training is most important in industry to increase operators knowledge and experience to increase plant : EfficiencyPerformanceSafety Practicing on normal, emergency, and malfunction conditions without any dangerous for man or machines. Training Simulator Expriences can be carried out time by time as exactly as possible. >>>> Why training simulators? >>

5 Which Power Station is Modeled ? >> >> What Processes are Modeled ? >> >> What Control Systems are Modeled ? >> >> What about Interfaces Modeling ? >> >> What Items are not Modeled (well) ? >> >> >> What about Simulator realism ? >> What about Simulator realism ?>>

6 >> Which Power Plant is Modeled ? (1/4) >> Plant General It’s a semi-simulator of Gharb P.S which is running in Hamadan Type of plant: Unit system (one BLR. To one TBN.) Unit output: 250 MW Condenser cooling water: Cooling by wet C.T Aux. steam system: can be taken from another unit or from own boiler Electricity for start up: Taken from transmission line via station transformer

7 >>>> Which Power Plant is Modeled ? (2/4) >> Boiler Plant Type of boiler: Natural circulation radiant reheat Type of draft system: Forced draft Type of combustion: Corner Firing Maximum evaporation: 800 T/H Steam condition at MCR Steam press. at SHO:146 atg Steam temp. at SHO: 541 ° c Steam press. at RHO: 37.7 atg Steam temp. at RHO: 541 ° c Steam press. at RHI: 39.2 atg Steam temp. at RHI: ° c

8 >>>> Which Power Plant is Modeled ? (3/4) >> Turbine Plant Type of turbine: Reheat condensing turbine MCR: 250 MW Rated speed of turbine: 3000 rpm Steam conditions Stm. pres. at TV in.: 139 atg Stm. temp. at TV in.: 538 ° c Stm. temp. at RSV in.: 538 ° c Flow condition at 250 MW Main steam: t/h Reheat steam: 649 t/h Feed water: t/h

9 >>>> Which Power Plant is Modeled ? (4/4) >> Generator Type of generator: A.C, Total enclosed, Self excited, explosion proof, stationary armature, cylindrical field and hydrogen inner cooled Capacity: MVA Hydrogen press.: 3 atg Voltage: 19 KV No. of phases: 3 Frequency: 50 Hz Speed: 3000 rpm Exctation system: brushless exciter

10 >>>> What Processes are Modeled ? (1/14) >>

11 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (2/14) >>

12 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (3/14) >>

13 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (4/14) >>

14 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (5/14) >>

15 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (6/14) >>

16 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (7/14) >>

17 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (8/14) >>

18 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (9/14) >>

19 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (10/14) >>

20 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (11/14) >>

21 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (12/14) >>

22 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (13/14) >>

23 >> What Processes are Modeled ? (14/14) >>

24 >> What Control Systems are Modeled ? >> APC System >>>> EHC System >>>> Boiler FGC System >>>> Burner Control System >>>> Turbine FGC System >>>> Annunciation System >>>> Data Acquisition System (DAS) >>>>

25 >> APC System Unit Control Combustion Control (Air/Fuel) Feed Water Control BFP Speed Control Main Steam Temperature Control Reheat Steam Temperature Control HP Bypass Control LP Bypass Control GAH Inlet Temperature Control Condenser Level Control LP Heater Level Control Dearator Level Control HP Heater Level Control Turbine Lube Oil Control

26 >>>> EHC System Speed Control Load Control Valve Transfer Turbine Main Valves Stem Freedom Test Hydraulic Control

27 >>>> Boiler FGC System Boiler Protection Fuel Supply System Feed Water System Air & Gas Draft System Boiler Valve System Auxiliary Steam System Steam Air Heater System Burner Control System

28 >>>> Burner Control System Furnace Purge Fuels Leak Check Aux. Air Dampers Control Fuel Air Dampers Control Burners Remote/Local Selection Burners Fuel Selection Burners Startup & Shutdown Burners Load Program Burners Auto Purge Burners Corner Control Flame Scanner Monitoring Burner Elavation Monitoring Unit Monitoring BCS Alarms Initialization

29 >>>> Turbine FGC System Turbine Protection Circulating Water System Turbine Oil System Turning System Condensate Watre System Vacuum System LP Extraction System HP Extraction System Turbine Drain System Excitation & Synchronizing System Bus Transfer System Gen Seal Oil & H2 Gas Filling System Common (Gas oil ) System Cooling Tower System Condensate polishing plant

30 >>>> Annunciation System From Boiler Model From Turbine Model From Generator Model From Auxiliary Machine Model From Miscellaneous Models

31 >>>> Data Acquisition System Plant Schematic Displays (10 pictures) Bar Chart Displays Real Time Trend Displays Digital Group Data Displays Alarm Summary Display Historical Trend Display Post Trip Review

32 >>>> What about Interfaces Modeling ? >> Interface Electronic Card TypeNumber of point (spare)Number of module AO240 (16)30 DO1248 (74)39 DI640 (56)20 I/O PROCESSOR SCOPE Destination Number of I/O points (Number/Type of Modules) DIDOAO Boiler I/O Processor Boiler Main Operation Desk Turbine I/O Processor Turbine Main Operation Desk Sub Operation Panel962240

33 >> What Items are not Modeled (well) ? (1/4) >> What Items are not Modeled (well) ? (1/4)>> The Training simulator is designed and manufactured as most modern system & trainee may have a good feeling for plant operation, as in the actual power plant, however, some unimportant part are excluded from our system, and so on, simulator is not exactly same as the actual plant construction. some samples of difference between the simulator system & actual one are as follows:

34 >>>> What Items are not Modeled (well) ? (2/4) Actual Plant Fuel oil tanks are always ful-filled & supplied oil from tanks are warmed up by suction heaters or buttom heaters Level of the tanks should checked before start the fuel oil pumps. It takes so long times to warm up the fuel oil supplied from the tanks. Such warm up work should be started about 2 or 3 hours before pump is start. Burner operation is simulated only their logic system. At the actual burner operation, periodic burner gun cleaning is necessary in order to get the good & reliable combustion. This routine maintenance could not be experienced by the simulator. Circulating water system is simplified. At the actual power plant, two sets of main C.W.P, aux. C.W.P & distiled recirculating pump are installed. The complete cooling is also simplified. Demineralized water tank is always kept at normal water level Demineralized water is necessary a big amount especially for cold start up because for fill-up the water to the dearator & boiler & also for the long period of the silica purge operation. Because of above mentioned reason, demineralized water tank should be kept at full before start the plant.

35 >>>> What Items are not Modeled (well) ? (3/4) Actual Plant Feed water heating system is simplified. At the actual power plant, many numbers of the LP & HP feed water heaters are adopted & much complicate operation procedure is needed.. Local control systems are excluded So many numbers of local control systems are installed. Operator should check the condition of their operation before & during the start up priod. Compressed air system is excluded. Three service air compressors & four instrument air compressors are installed. Operator should check the condition of their operation before & during the start up period. Soot blower system is excluded Soot blowers should be operated by checking the draft loss in the boiler system.

36 >>>> What Items are not Modeled (well) ? (4/4) Actual Plant Nitrogen sealing system is excluded When long term shut-down is expected, boiler, high pressure feed water heaters & dearator should be reserved by pressurized nitrogen gas to prevent the infiltration of air into them. Chemical dosing system is excluded. PH value control & de-oxygen for the boiler feed water is made by injecting the hydrogen and/or ammonia hydrate into the feedwater. Dosing rate of these chemicals should be adjusted correspond to the feed water flow rate and also to the analitical value.

37 >>>> Underlining technology in this simulator >> What Hard ware Technology & configuration? >> >> What Software Technology & Algorithm? >> >>

38 >> Main features of instructor console >> Instructor Functions at a glance >> >> Inititial conditions details >> >> Malfunctions >> >>

39 >>What Hard ware Technology & configuration?(1/2) >>

40 >> What Hard ware Technology & configuration?(2/2) >>

41 >> What Software Technology & Algorithm? >> What Software Technology & Algorithm?>>

42 >> Instructor Functions at a glance >> Instructor Functions at a glance>> RUNFREEZE INITIAL CONDITION SET BACK TRACK FAST SLOW MALFUNC REGIST PARAM MODIF INFORM DISPLAY NEXT PAGE BACK PAGE SNAP SHOT FILE TRANSFER DATE TIME SET MALFUNC CANCEL PARAM RESET MALFUNC RELEASE PARAM RELEASE

43 >>>> Inititial conditions details >>

44 >> Malfunctions >> Boiler Group Malfunctions >> Boiler Group Malfunctions >>>> Turbine Group Malfunctions >> Turbine Group Malfunctions >>>> Generator Group Malfunctions >> Generator Group Malfunctions >>>>

45 >> Boiler Group Malfunctions >> Boiler Group Malfunctions (1/3) >> 1Economizer tube leakA 2Furnace Tube LeakA 3Reheat Tube LeakA 4LP Heater Tube LeakA 5HP Heater Tube LeakA 6SH Tube LeakA 7Gas Flow CV ABN.A 8Oil Flow CV ABN.A 9A-FDF Inlet CD. ABN.A 10B-FDF Inlet CD. ABN.A 11LR-FWF CV ABN.A 12HR-FWF CV ABN.A 13A-BFP Speed Con. ABN.A 14B-BFP Speed Con. ABN.A 15C-BFP Speed Con. ABN.A 16A-GRF Inlet CD. ABN.A 17B-GRF Inlet CD. ABN.A 182ry SH Spray CV. ABN.A 19Final SH Spray CV. ABN.A 20RH Spray CV. ABN.A 21A-GAH TCV. ABN.A 22B-GAH TCV. ABN.A 23F.Oil Header Press. LowA 24Gas Header Press. LowA

46 >>>> Boiler Group Malfunctions >> Boiler Group Malfunctions (2/3) >> 25A-BFP Suction Press. LowA 26B-BFP Suction Press. LowA 27C-BFP Suction Press. LowA 28A-BFP BRG. Oil Temp H.A 29B-BFP BRG. Oil Temp H.A 30C-BFP BRG. Oil Temp H.A 31Loss of A-FDFD 32Loss of B-FDFD 33Loss of A-GAH MotorD 34Loss of B-GAH MotorD 35Loss of A-GRFD 36Loss of B-GRFD 37A-Elevation Oil BNR. TripD 38B-Elevation Oil BNR. TripD 39C-Elevation Oil BNR. TripD 40Failure Of A-elevation Oil BNR. To IGN. D 41Failure Of B-elevation Oil BNR. To IGN. D 42Failure Of C-elevation Oil BNR. To IGN. D 43A-High Res. Oil Pump TripD 44B-High Res. Oil Pump TripD 45A-elevation Gas BNR. TripD 46B-elevation Gas BNR. TripD

47 >>>> Boiler Group Malfunctions >> Boiler Group Malfunctions (3/3) >> 47C-elevation Gas BNR. TripD 48Failure Of A-elevation Gas BNR. To IGN. D 49Failure Of B-elevation Gas BNR. To IGN. D 50Failure Of C-elevation Gas BNR. To IGN. D 51A-BFP TripD 52B-BFP TripD 53C-BFP TripD 54A-BFP Aux. Oil Pump TripD 55B-BFP Aux. Oil Pump TripD 56C-BFP Aux. Oil Pump TripD

48 >>>> Turbine Group Malfunctions >> Turbine Group Malfunctions (1/2) >> 1DEA. LCV. ABN.A 2COND. LCV. ABN.A 3HP Heater LCV. ABN.A 4LP Heater LCV. ABN.A 5A-MSV. StickA 6B-MSV. StickA 7A-ICV. StickA 8B-ICV. StickA 9A-GV StickA 10B-GV StickA 11Turbine BRG. VIB. H.A 12Turbine DIFF._EXP. H.A 13Turbine Eccentricity H.A 14Turbine Rotor Position H.A 15Turbine Speed H.A 16Turbine Oil Temp. HighA 17Condenser Pressure H.A 18HP- Bypass V. Fail to OpenD 19HP- Bypass V. Fail to CloseD 20LP- Bypass V. Fail to OpenD 21LP- Bypass V. Fail to CloseD 22Turbine TripD 23A-MSV CloseD 24B-MSV CloseD

49 >>>> Turbine Group Malfunctions >> Turbine Group Malfunctions (2/2) >> 25A-GV. CloseD 26B-GV. CloseD 27C-GV. CloseD 28D-GV. CloseD 29A-RSV. CloseD 30B-RSV. CloseD 31A-ICV. CloseD 32B-ICV. CloseD 33A-CP. TripD 34B-CP. TripD 35CWP. TripD 36Turning Gear Motor TripD

50 >>>> Generator Group Malfunctions >> 1System Frequency ABN.A 2GEN. Voltage ABN.A 3AVR. Control ABN.A 4Failure of normal Air Side Seal Oil Pump D 5Failure of normal Hydrogen Side Seal Oil Pump D 6Generator TripD 7Exciter TripD 8Generator Circuit Breaker Trip D

51 >> Engineering Functions (1/2) >> Engineering Functions (1/2)>> Trend Displays the historical trend graph & the real time trend graph with using the defined trend signal, display signal, display span and display screen. Diagram Monitoring Monitors the calculation The calculated number transmitted from the controller is shown on the screen, and the red/blue digital connection line represents the controller in ON/OFF condition. Loop Verification Verifies the loop in each controller with the loop data in a disk of the maintenance tool. Signal Name List Displays the list with the signal names, diagram names, the external “From To”, ranges and units. Static characteristic Collects, preserves and displays the data as the plant static characteristic at a specific time. Parameter List Displays the value of the FX, HLM, PI, SG and Timer defined in the loop data. Tuning History Displays the data and time, the element names and the value before/after a change System Data Indicates the normal, stand-by and failure condition of each controller and the error information in the event of trouble.

52 >> Engineering Functions (2/2) >> Engineering Functions (2/2)>> Tuning Tunes the parameter, and monitors the calculation which is transmitted from controllers. Diagram Editor Defines the name of diagrams. Draws, changes and analyzes diagrams, and performs the loop builder. Loop Transfer Transmits the loop data to each controller. Signal Name Def. Defines the name of INPUT/OUTPUT signals in loops or controllers, the information of INPUT/OUTPUT and the range/unit. Maintenance Include following 4 sub items. System Definition Defines, draws and changes the elements of controllers, loops and macros. Controller Data Displays the controller data of loops and diagram SCM Accesses and displays the loop data and memories in controllers. Calculation Order Displays and changes the calculation order in loops. Online Modification Modifies the controller logic and transfers loops. The controllers can be monitored in the diagram screen after/before transferring loops.


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