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Control & Operation of Industrial Gas Turbines

This practical two-day gas turbine course offers a comprehensive overview of the operation and control of industrial gas turbines used for both power generation and as drivers for compressors and pumps. The course explains how a turbine works and the different types in common use. How to control and operate turbines efficiently and key troubleshooting techniques and information will also be explained.

Description

The course is structured to address the needs of engineers and operations personnel who have a requirement to understand the principles of the gas turbine and how industrial units are configured to perform prime driver duties.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Basic Design
  • Thermodynamics
  • Gas Generator Compressor
  • Combustion
  • Control Strategies
  • Safeguarding
  • Emissions
  • Efficiency 
  • Gas Turbine Maintenance
  • Gas Turbine Model

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Course Outline

Suitable For:

Chemical, instrumentation, process, mechanical, maintenance and electrical engineers. Also process plant operation, maintenance and supervisory staff together with anyone who requires an understanding of the operation and control of industrial gas turbines.

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