This course is designed to enable engineers, supervisors, operations and maintenance personnel to safely operate heavy duty gas turbine units. This course develops a background in gas turbine operation that will enable participants to properly analyse operating problems and take the necessary corrective action.
Emphasis is placed on the operator’s responsibilities with regard to auxiliary systems, operational data taking, and data evaluation. Operators are instructed in how to interpret fault annunciation and how to determine if the annunciated fault can be remedied by operator action or by the assistance of instrumentation and/or maintenance personnel. The course focuses on the starting, loading, and specific operator checks of the various turbine support and auxiliary systems to ensure safe and reliable operation of the gas turbine unit. Also covered is the effect of operation on major mechanical maintenance.
Personnel with basic knowledge of turbine technology.
The course is 5 days in duration.
A maximum of 10 candidates per course.
The course is delivered in English. Therefore candidates must have a good standard of both written and verbal English.
Courses can be delivered in other languages however, this would need to be discussed prior to acceptance on the course. It is the responsibility of the person making the booking to make Roxby aware of this requirement.
Use will be made of a PowerPoint Presentation, course notes, hand-outs and discussion.
The typical Gas Turbine Operation course covers the following areas:
Gas Turbine Fundamentals
Support Systems Operation and System Checks