ELECTRIC GENERATOR IN CSP PLANTS COURSE

The generator is one of the most sophisticated and technological equipment of a combined cycle plant. In spite of the apparent complexity, it is actually a simple equipment, solid and easy to understand and operate.

RENOVETEC electric generator course is oriented to technicians who project installations and also, to electric plants operation and maintenance personnel.


 

InCompany course

This course can be done at any time in the client’s installations. Enquire about conditions and prices calling at +34 91 126 37 66 or sending an email at Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.

Online course

Not available 

Forthcoming call for attendance-based course:

Pending on scheduling.

 

Find out more about special conditions for unemployed people and recent graduates

Eligible course costs by FUNDAE http://empresas.fundae.es/


COURSE INFORMATION

Type of course: On-site course, based in a presentation developed with the help of programmes like Power Point. Also available as blended or distance learning course..

Duration: 16 hours

Course level: Medium. It is assumed that the participants have previous knowledge in industrial installations

Material: Colour book 17 x 24 rustic binding with high quality graphic material                

Practices: Not intended  

Course director: Santiago García Garrido, graduate in Chemical Sciences and Technical Manager at RENOVETEC. Has more than 10 years of experience in companies such as Gas Natural, MASA, OPEMASA. He delivers courses related with the technology of Combustion Engines and electricity generation plants. 

Habitual teacher: Santiago Mirabal Montero. Mining engineer, specialised in Energy.  Electricity, high voltage and electric plants courses. More than 15 years of experience collaborating with companies like Iberdrola, Aitesa, Unión Fenosa, APPA and more. Expert in Cogeneration, Solar and Renewable energy.


 COURSE CONTENT 

THE GENERATOR. INTRODUCTION

  • Types of generator
  • Main characteristics
  • Application fields 
  • Generation train

SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR

  • Introduction. Salient pole vs. Flat pole
  • Functioning principles
  • Rotor and stator
  • Armature reaction
  • Diagram of Behn - Schenburg
  • Functioning
  • Losses

CHARACTERISTICS ANALYSIS

  • Description of technical data
  • Analysis of the curves

AUXILIARY SYSTEMS

  • Exciter
  • Control and regulation systems
  • Protection Systems

INTERCONNECTION WITH THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. SYNCHRONIZATION

GENERATOR MAINTENANCE

  • Main failures
  • Programmed maintenance
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Tools needed
  • Essential spare parts
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