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Advanced Monitoring to Improve Combustion Turbine/Combined

Advanced Monitoring to Improve Combustion Turbine/Combined Cycle Reliability, Availability & Maintainability Final Report Reporting Period Start Date: October 01, 2001 Reporting Period End Date: September 30, 2005 Agreement Number: DE-FC26-01NT41233 Submitted by: ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE (EPRI) 3420 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, California 94304-1395 PO Box 10412, Palo Alto, California 94303-0813 ▪ USA EPRI Principal Investigator: Leonard Angello Phone: 650-855-7939; Email: LAngello@EPRI.com

  • Page 3: DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITA
  • Page 7 and 8: ACRONYMS ANN Artificial Neural Netw
  • Page 9 and 10: CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION ...........
  • Page 11 and 12: Files for Monitoring Multiple Combu
  • Page 13 and 14: Enter Data ........................
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  • Page 19 and 20: 5 START-UP DIAGNOSTICS MODULE (SUDM
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  • Page 23 and 24: LIST OF FIGURES Figure 2-1 Screen C
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  • Page 33 and 34: Introduction The neural network alg
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  • Page 45: The effects of humidity are a secon
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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Sensor Validation and Recovery Modu

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    On-Line vs. Off-Line Operation (Inp

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    2. In cell "B7" (just under the but

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    3-55 Table 3-7 Data to Be Entered i

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    3-57 Figure 3-11 Report Output from

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    3-59 3" H2O dP Nat. Gas Evaporative

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    3-61 SCAMP Version 3.10 Gas Turbine

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    3-63 data should now be entered in

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    CTPFDM\Pocasset Unit #1 sub-directo

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    If bellmouth static pressure is als

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    3-69 TPWs = WFIRE ∗ (HFIRE - Hs1)

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    • CFAF-wtr is the air flow correc

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    Figure 3-17 is a plot of the compre

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    Impact of Cooler on Power The gener

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    where HRSD is the expected heat rat

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    3-79 Table 3-11 Criteria for "Alert

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    3-84 Pin Tin Win Qatom Compressor N

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    Combustion Turbine Performance and

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    4 COMBINED CYCLE PERFORMANCE AND FA

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    CCPFDM spreadsheet for user input o

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    How to Install 1. Start Windows 95,

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    How to Uninstall 1. From the Window

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    Program Files CCPFDM CCPFDM.XLS CCP

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    CCPFDM Directory The directory wher

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    Display Previous CCPFDM Results Wit

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    Help on Inputs For help on the Diag

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    Run CCPFDM Click the button labeled

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    Detailed Information on Worksheets

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    3 If not available (out of range),

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    • Ambient Temperature • Relativ

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    • CT Steam Injection • Duct Bur

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    After installing and setting up the

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    Table 4-5 Data to Be Entered in "In

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    6. When CCPFDM executes performance

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    References 1. Volume 1, Combustion

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    generated, and the performance calc

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    • CFMWDB = duct burner correction

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    where: • rPlHtRt = rated net plan

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    STdp = (STmeas − STexp) / STexp

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    Total Plant Correction Curves A tab

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    6,0.9951,1.0031,0.9976 8,0.99,1.004

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    300,143.5 400,152 500,159 600,164.5

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    950,-6620 1000,-6680 1050,-6660 110

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    1350,-23040 7 750,-22080 800,-23280

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    Table 4-7 CCmodel.dat File Format L

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    Line # Example Value Variable Name

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    Line # Example Value Variable Name

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    5 START-UP DIAGNOSTICS MODULE (SUDM

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    Vision and Module Development Visio

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    speed when compared to the other tw

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    out-of-spec manufacturing). For CTs

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    Figure 5-3 Main Screen of SUDM show

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    Figure 5-5 “File Explorer” Wind

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    Figure 5-7 PI DataLink Setup Form S

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    Once all of the chart parameters ha

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    Figure 5-11 Multiple Start Trend Ch

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    Figure 5-13 Data Table Open for Edi

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    Table 5-1 List of Parameters Includ

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    1.40E+02 1.20E+02 1.00E+02 8.00E+01

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    Fuel Manifold Pressure versus Fuel

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    6 REMAINING LIFE MODULE REPORT (RLM

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    6-3 Factored Starts 1000 900 800 70

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    elationship between fatigue and cre

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    In the initial version of RLM, HSLM

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    Module Development EPRI’s develop

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    6-11 Figure 6-7 Example of Error Ch

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    click on the "Yes" button. If unsur

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    6-15 Figure 6-10 Example of Initial

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    Then the fast starts are broken dow

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    The trip severity factor for each o

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    6-21 Figure 6-11 Example Run Mode I

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    imported to the 3620J.csv worksheet

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    generate charts showing the histori

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    3. Select the "Start" button from t

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    7 VIBRATION FAULT DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM

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    There are three primary hardware co

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    Table 7-1 Default Signal Connection

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    • Shutdown There are a few parame

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    Although a large external hard driv

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    Time Domain Features Time domain fe

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    Peak to Peak The peak-to-peak value

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    Step 2 & 3: Interpolate Angular Pos

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    Shaft Orbits An orbit plot can be a

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    from the Dempster-Shafer fusion pro

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    Misalignment Shaft misalignment is

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    Figure 7-11 Sampling of CT Bearing

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    Figure 7-13 Sampling of CT Bearing

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    Figure 7-15 Sampling of Gen Bearing

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    Figure 7-17 Sampling of Gen Bearing

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    Figure 7-19 Startup-050322.CT Beari

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    Figure 7-21 Startup-050322.CT Beari

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    Figure 7-23 Startup-050322.Gen Bear

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    Figure 7-25 Startup-050322.Gen Bear

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    Figure 7-27 Startup-050322.CT Beari

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    VFDS System Status The VFDS softwar

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    Figure 7-31 Main Viewing Area for B

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    Figure 7-33 Main Viewing Area of Fr

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    Figure 7-35 Static Waterfall Plot O

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    Figure 7-37 Main View of the Bode a

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    Appendix A: The Proximity Probe 3 O

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