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This course will cover basic to rigid rotor shop balancing subjects such as unbalance types of Static, Couple & Dynamic, balancing speed & critical speed, flexible & rigid, shop balancing. Participants will learn also Machine Shop balancing setup & operation via hands on work on an impeller of a single stage pump & a small turbine rotor using 2 plane dynamic correction.
Participants will learn how to calculate ISO 1940/1 standards, namely the common G6.3 & G4.5 grading of Permissible Residual Unbalance. Also covered are how to combining weights, and splitting weights at designated balancing locations.
Also touched are vibration signature analysis to determine genuine unbalance affected machinery. Participants will learn how to setup and read key phaser and vibration probes to perform single plane balancing in-situ using polar charts and vector calculations. All training is hands on with real rotors at our workshop.
This course is designed to improve participant’s know how to observe best operation practices for effective operation. The trainers will guide and facilitate the participants through examples of some operations common problems.
Participants shall be introduced to diesel engine and gas turbine in a typical power plant along with their respective auxiliaries and working principles. The trainer will guide participants on some of the common problems in the operation of both units and trouble-shooting will be also discussed.
• Explain the best operation practices in Diesel & Gas Turbine Auxiliaries.
• List down the common problems encountered during operation of both the plant’s auxiliaries.
• Explain the steps taken for basic troubleshooting on the problems encountered.
• Make a chart on Common problems – Causes – Action taken.
for any enquiries please contact:
1. NAME: IR. YEOH CHIEN WERN
2. NAME MOHD KHAIRUL FIKRI BIN MOHD SALLEH
In ensuring this course to be run effectively, it is recommended that the participants are from the same shift group which comprises Shift Charge Engineer, Supervisors, Operation Technicians including Control & Instrumentation (C&I) Technicians on shift.
This course will allow participants to gain knowledge in factors affecting power plant performance including combustion air, fuel, start up and shut down.