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Gas Turbine Service Manual

MS 9001FA
PACKAGED GAS TURBINE
T BASE DESIGN
INSTALLATION GUIDE
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Issued by: I&FS - Methods


Date: July 16, 1997

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NOTICE OF INTENT
This document provides information concerning the major tasks and
typical responsibilities associated with the installation of GE supplied
equipment. It describes much of the overall scope of unit installation,
but does not detail specific methods used to complete each activity.
The primary purpose of this document is to provide an overview of the
installation process for this unit type in typical configurations available
at the time of publication. Subsequent design advances or changes
in configuration may not be reflected in this guide.
This document does not purport to cover all aspects of a particular
installation. Unit-specific details are provided in the document and
drawing packages supplied with each requisition per contract of sale.
All sketches, descriptions, and dimensions are to be considered
Typical of this type of unit. This document is the property of General
Electric and is considered Company Proprietary Information.

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Contents
1. INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................................................... 5
2. ADVANCE PLANNING ACTIVITIES ................................................................................................................................ 5
3. DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK ........................................................................................................................................ 5
3.1 INSPECT AND VERIFY INTERFACE AND TERMINAL POINTS ............................................................................... 8
3.2 VERIFY FOUNDATION EMBEDMENTS AND SUPPORT AREAS, ETC., FOR TURBINE, GENERATOR, PIPE
SUPPORT PIERS (BOP)............................................................................................................................................ 8
3.3 SET AND GROUT FOUNDATION/SUB-SOLE PLATES (BOP) ................................................................................. 8
3.4 INLET AND EXHAUST SYSTEM FOUNDATION (BOP) ............................................................................................ 8
3.5 AUXILIARY MODULES, SKIDS AND ENCLOSURE FOUNDATIONS (BOP) ............................................................ 8
3.6 RECEIVE TURBINE, GENERATOR, TURNING GEAR AND ALL OTHER GE SUPPLIED EQUIPMENT ............... 11
3.7 RIGGING AND SETTING EQUIPMENT .................................................................................................................. 11
3.8 FOUNDATION BOLTING ARRANGEMENT (MLI 1603)........................................................................................... 12
3.9 GAS TURBINE ......................................................................................................................................................... 12
3.10 INSTALL LOAD COUPLING TO TURBINE (INLET END) (MLI 1319) .................................................................... 12
3.11 GENERATOR (A013) ............................................................................................................................................. 13
3.12 COLLECTOR ASSEMBLY AND TURNING GEAR ................................................................................................. 13
3.13 INSTALL TURBINE EXHAUST DIFFUSER (MLI 0706).......................................................................................... 13
3.14 ALIGNMENT OF GENERATORTOTURBINE, COLLECTOR ASSEMBLY AND TURNING GEARTO
GENERATOR (MLI 0411) ......................................................................................................................................... 14
3.15 SET ACCESSORY PACKAGE (A160) ................................................................................................................... 22
3.16 SET LIQUID FUEL AND ATOMIZING AIR SKID (A162) ......................................................................................... 22
3.17 SET PACKAGED ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC CONTROL COMPARTMENT (PEECC) (MLI A059).................... 22
3.18 WATER INJECTION SKID (MLI A035) ................................................................................................................... 23
3.19 FIRE PROTECTION SKID (MLI A068)................................................................................................................... 23
3.20 SET COOLING WATER MODULE (MLI A076)....................................................................................................... 23
3.21 SET LOAD COMMUTATED INVERTER (LCI) EXCITATION COMPARTMENT GEC (MLI A157)....................... 23
3.22 SET DC LINK REACTOR (STATIC START) (MLI A140) ........................................................................................ 23
3.23 SET ISOLATION/EXCITATION TRANSFORMER (STATIC START) (MLI A141) ................................................... 23
3.24 SET BUS ACCESSORY COMPARTMENT (BAC) (MLI A153) ............................................................................... 23
3.25 SET LIQUID FUEL FORWARDING SKID (MLI A045) ............................................................................................ 33
3.26 AIR PROCESSING SKID (MLI A130)..................................................................................................................... 33
3.27 SET WATER WASH SKID (MLI E025) ................................................................................................................... 33
3.28 SET COOLING FAN MODULE (MLI A132) ............................................................................................................ 33
3.29 SET STATIC START EXCITATION SUB-STATION (MLI A141).............................................................................. 33
3.30 SET AND ASSEMBLE ISO PHASE BUS DUCT (MLI A064) .................................................................................. 33
3.31 SET HYDROGEN DRYER AND PURGE ASSEMBLY (GEN) ................................................................................ 34
3.32 SET LIQUID DETECTORS (GEN) ......................................................................................................................... 34
3.33 SET HYDROGEN GAS SUPPLY (BOP) ................................................................................................................ 34
3.34 SET PURGE GAS SUPPLY (BOP) ........................................................................................................................ 34
3.35 INSTALL BATTERIES (MLI 1207) .......................................................................................................................... 34

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3.36 INSTALL PEECC AIR CONDITIONERS (MLI 1101)............................................................................................... 34


3.37 SET DRAIN COLLECTION TANK (BOP) ............................................................................................................... 34
3.38 ASSEMBLE EXHAUST THERMOCOUPLES (MLI 0531, 0637)............................................................................. 34
3.39 SET GENERATOR TERMINAL ENCLOSURE (MLI 1237) (GEN).......................................................................... 35
3.40 INSTALL TURBINE ENCLOSURE, GRADING AND WALKWAYS (MLI 1634, MLI 1645) ...................................... 35
3.41 INSTALL TURBINE LOAD COMPARTMENT (MLI 1617) ....................................................................................... 35
3.42 INSTALL ENCLOSURE TO BASE (MLI 1634) (BOP) ............................................................................................ 35
3.43 ERECT TURBINE AIR INLET PLENUM (MLI 1612)............................................................................................... 36
3.44 ERECT TURBINE AIR INLET DUCTWORK (MLI A041) ........................................................................................ 36
3.45 ERECT TURBINE AIR INLET FILTER HOUSE (MLI A040) ................................................................................... 40
3.46 ERECT TURBINE EXHAUST SYSTEM (MLI A042)............................................................................................... 45
3.47 ASSEMBLE UNIT PIPING (Gas Turbine-Generator Supply Modules and Skids)................................................... 51
3.48 INTERCONNECTING PIPE (BOP) ........................................................................................................................ 54
3.49 SUPPLY PIPING .................................................................................................................................................... 55
3.50 INSTALL UNIT ELECTRICAL AND CONTROLS (MLI Skids: A062, 0301, 0302, 0444, 0445, 0463, 0466, 0470) . 56
3.51 INTERCONNECTIONS AND 6.6 kV VAC ELECTRICAL (BOP)............................................................................. 58
3.52 SUPPLY ELECTRICAL (BOP)................................................................................................................................ 58
3.53 AUXILIARY POWER LINEUP (6.6kV 4125 VAC) (BOP) ..................................................................................... 58
3.54 BUS AUXILIARY/STATIC START COMPARTMENT (BOP) ................................................................................... 58
3.55 SYSTEM CLEANING, FLUSH AND FILLING (MLI 0414)....................................................................................... 59
3.56 MECHANICAL CHECK OUT .................................................................................................................................. 59
4 START-UP ....................................................................................................................................................................... 60
4.1 GAS TURBINE-GENERATOR START-UP TASKS................................................................................................... 60
4.2 EXCITER CHECK OUT............................................................................................................................................ 63
4.3 INITIAL ROLL AND FIRE CHECKS.......................................................................................................................... 65
4.4 FULL SPEED NO LOAD (FSNL) AND OVERSPEED CHECKS .............................................................................. 65
4.5 SYNCHRONIZATION AND LOAD CHECKS ............................................................................................................ 66
4.6 Nox CONTROL SYSTEM COMMISSIONING AND OPERATION............................................................................ 66
4.7 PERFORMANCE TESTS......................................................................................................................................... 66
EXHIBIT A .......................................................................................................................................................................... 68

Note: MLI items are drawings provided by GE for the installation of GE provided equipment.
BOP items are AE/Customer provided drawings. GEN items are generator equipment.
MSD items are Materials Shipped Direct (by the vendor).

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INTRODUCTION
The information in this guide is intended to outline the procedures to be followed when
installing a DLN-2.6 standard GE MS 9001FA Packaged Gas Turbine, with a 324S packaged
hydrogen cooled generator, off-base skids and modules, accessory equipment, interconnecting
piping, cable and conduit as described in the Detailed Scope of Work section of this document.
See Exhibit A for a listing of major MS 9001FA equipment packages.

2.

ADVANCE PLANNING ACTIVITIES


A pre-installation meeting should be held approximately three months prior to shipment of the
gas turbinegenerator which addresses the following items:

3.

Roles and Responsibilities

Communication Channels

Installation Schedule

Schedule

Shipping Schedule

Receiving, Inventory and Storage

Installation Procedures

Flushing and Cleaning Procedures

Commissioning and Start-Up

Performance Testing

FSR/FRN (Field Service Report/Field Report Notice), and Back Charge Procedures

Pre-pour Inspection

DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK


The following sections describe the scope of work in further detail. The documents associated
with each section are identified by the package prefix. These include MLI (Model List Item)
numbers for Gas Turbine material, (GEN) for Generator material, and (BOP) for Balance of
Plant materials (See Figs. 1 and 2).

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Gas Turbine and Load Mechanical Outline Typical Layout

Figure 1

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Gas Turbine and Load Mechanical Outline Typical Layout

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FOUNDATION PREPARATION
3.1

INSPECT AND VERIFY INTERFACE AND TERMINAL POINTS


Verify temporary construction and permanent terminal points as defined in the contract.
(Refer to MLI 0306, MLI 0323, and the site plot plan.)

3.2

VERIFY FOUNDATION EMBEDMENTS AND SUPPORT AREAS, ETC., FOR


TURBINE, GENERATOR, PIPE SUPPORT PIERS (BOP)
Check foundations for correct location, size, elevation and potential interference of
grout pockets, anchor bolts, restraining blocks, jacking posts, and conduit stub-ups for
the Combustion Gas Turbine, Generator, Packaged Electrical Electronic Control Center
(PEECC), Accessory Module, Liquid Fuel/Atomizing Air Skid, Generator Auxiliary/Static
Start Compartment (GAC), Cooling Water Module, Fire Protection Skid, Water Wash
Skid, Liquid Fuel Forwarding Skid, and Water Injection Skid.
Check existing pipe support piers for correct locations and the potential interference
with other equipment.

3.3

SET AND GROUT FOUNDATION/SUB-SOLE PLATES (BOP)


Set, level per specifications, and grout sub-sole plates for the gas turbine base and
generator base. Prior to setting of sub-sole plates, they must be cleaned (preservative
coating must be removed), and deburred. Shim plates and packs must also be cleaned
and deburred.
Recheck plate elevation and level after grout is cured. Shim packs are to be set prior to
setting equipment. (Refer to MLI 0323 notes).

3.4

INLET AND EXHAUST SYSTEM FOUNDATION (BOP)


Check existing foundations for correct anchor bolt locations and potential interference
with the gas turbine inlet system (MLI A040 and A041), and exhaust system (MLI
A042). (Also refer to MLI 0323 Notes.)

3.5

AUXILIARY MODULES, SKIDS AND ENCLOSURE FOUNDATIONS (BOP)


Check foundations for correct anchor bolt locations, if provided, and potential
interference with the following off-base skids:

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3.5.1

This item assumes that foundation anchor bolts are provided in the
foundations. An alternate procedure is to locate, drill, and install expansion
or epoxy anchors in the foundation.
Auxiliary Modules, Skids And Enclosures
Accessory Module MLI A160 consisting of:

Lube oil reservoir

Lube accessory oil pumps and filters

Lube oil heat exchangers

Lube oil vapor demister

Hydraulic and control oil pumps and filters

Hydraulic accumulators

Lift oil pumps

Seal oil pumps

Gas fuel equipment

Liquid Fuel and Atomizing Air Skid MLI A162 consisting of:

Liquid fuel forwarding pumps/motors and filters

Liquid fuel flow divider

Liquid fuel stop and control valve

Atomizing air pumps/motors, filters and compressors

Heat exchanger (air cooler)

Packaged Electrical Electronic Control Compartment (PEECC)


MLI A059 consisting of:

Batteries and battery charger

Turbine controls (Mark V) and generator controls

415 VAC motor control center

Generator excitation panel


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Vibration monitor

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Water Injection Skid (MLI A035)


Liquid Fuel Forwarding Skid (MLI A045)
Control Center Package (MLI A059)
Fire Protection Skid (MLI A068)
Turning Gear (MLI A073)
Cooling Water Module (MLI A076)
Generator Terminal Enclosure (located on top of generator) (MLI A111)
Air Processing Skid (MLI A130)
Cooling Fan Module (located on roof of turbine enclosure) (MLI A132)
Static Start Compartment (MLI A140)
Isolation/Excitation Transformer (MLI A141)
Bus Accessory Compartment (BAC) (MLI A153)
Generator Excitation System (MLI A155)
Water Wash Skid (MLI E025)
Turbine Enclosure (MLI 1634)
Load Compartment Enclosure (MLI 1617)
Acoustical Barrier (MLI 1627)
Vent Fan Enclosure (MLI 1643)
Fuel Gas Scrubber (MLI G002)
Auxiliary Power Lineup (6.6 kV 415 VAC) (BOP)
Hydrogen and Purge Gas Supply (BOP)
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Liquid Detector (BOP)


Hydrogen Dryer and Purge Assembly (BOP)

RECEIVING AND STORAGE


3.6

RECEIVE TURBINE, GENERATOR, TURNING GEAR AND ALL OTHER GE


SUPPLIED EQUIPMENT
3.6.1

Receipt of Equipment and Materials


Inspect all incoming material for loss or damage. Inspection includes the
protective covering and packing for obvious damage, blocking of
components on delivery carrier for shifting during shipment.
Checking factory installed accelerometers (hump meters) where provided
(normally the turning gear, turbine base front and aft ends, and generator
base front and aft ends).
Other equipment that will be received includes; Accessory Module,
Atomizing Air/Liquid Fuel Module, PEECC Compartment, Batteries, BAC,
Water Injection Skid, Cooling Water Module, Fire Protection Skid, Liquid
Fuel Forwarding Skid, and Water Wash Skid.
Loss or damage should be reported in accordance with receiving policies,
procedures and regulations.

3.6.2

Storage Of Equipment And Materials


Equipment and/or materials are to be stored and/or preserved in
accordance with General Electric GEK-28156B Gas Turbine and
Accessory Equipment Preservation Instruction. Some equipment (e.g., gas
turbine-generator) may require temporary power for heating or drying either
prior to or once it is set on the foundation, depending on weather conditions
and the duration. Material should be arranged to accommodate efficient
installation.

3.7

RIGGING AND SETTING EQUIPMENT


Installer is responsible for all off-loading, on-site transportation, rigging, lifting and
setting of items outlined on Exhibit A.
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3.7.1

Unloading And Hauling


Receive and off-load the equipment.
Remove all shipping braces, saddles, bolsters, shipping covers, packing
and supports in accordance with instructions and drawings. Do not remove
rotor locking devices until equipment is set on the foundation.

3.7.2

Equipment Erection
Installer will be responsible for verification of the actual lifted weight and
dimensions of equipment and materials per MLI 0408. Estimated weights
and dimensions are shown in Exhibit A.

SET, ALIGN, KEY, AND COUPLE CENTERLINE EQUIPMENT


(Refer to MLI 0411)
3.8

FOUNDATION BOLTING ARRANGEMENT (MLI 1603)


Arrange for the foundation bolting arrangement to arrive at the site at least four (4)
weeks prior to the delivery of the major centerline equipment. This affords the Installer
sufficient time to prepare the sub-sole plates, shims and centerline guides (See Fig. 3).
Note:

3.9

The preferred method of setting gas turbine and generator is to rig, pick-up
and set with a crane or gantry crane. Another method is to set the
equipment on skidding device and roll from the truck onto foundation.

GAS TURBINE
Set turbine down on hard wood blocking approximately 24 to 36 high over anchor
bolts. Jack turbine down over anchor bolts on sub-sole plates and shim packs. Adjust
shim packs to correct centerline elevation. Installer will provide all materials such as
anchor bolts, nuts, one inch (1) washers etc., and grout required for setting and
leveling. (See Fig. 4).

3.10

INSTALL LOAD COUPLING TO TURBINE (INLET END) (MLI 1319)


Installer is responsible for assembly and installation of the turbine load coupling. All
bolting is to be measured, assembled and torqued per specifications. The field has
found it easier to assemble the coupling to the turbine before setting the generator (See
Fig. 5).
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GENERATOR (A013)
Unbolt and remove generator rotor locking device. Jack the field approximately one inch
(1) aft (toward collector end). (Refer to MLI 0411 Field Alignment Instructions.)
Set the generator down over anchor bolts on sub-sole plates and shim packs. Adjust
shim packs to correct centerline elevation. Installer will provide all materials such as
anchor bolts, nuts, washers, etc., and grout required for setting and leveling (See Fig.
6). (Refer to Contract.)

3.12

COLLECTOR ASSEMBLY AND TURNING GEAR


Installer will be responsible for the installation of all parts of the collector arrangement
and the turning gear. All bolting is to be assembled and torqued per GE specifications.

3.13

INSTALL TURBINE EXHAUST DIFFUSER (MLI 0706)


Installer will be responsible for assembly and installation of all parts of the turbine
exhaust diffuser. All bolting is to be assembled and torqued per GE specifications.
Installer will be responsible for installation of diffuser insulation over outside skin. (See
Figs. 7 and 8).

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ALIGNMENT OF GENERATORTOTURBINE, COLLECTOR ASSEMBLY AND


TURNING GEARTOGENERATOR (MLI 0411)
Alignment will be performed as described in GE document Basic Field Alignment
Instructions (MLI 0411). Alignment readings will be witnessed by the GE Technical
Advisor.
3.14.1

The turbine and generator bases must be in a free standing condition, i.e.,
no off-base air, water, fuel gas, fuel oil or lube oil piping, conduit or bus duct
is to be made up to the turbine and generator bases. The collector assembly
and turning gear shall also be free standing with no lube oil piping wiring or
conduit connected.

3.14.2

Final alignment readings will be taken in accordance with GE instructions.


Note:

3.14.3

The Exhaust Diffuser (MLI 0706) must be assembled to the


turbine before final readings are taken.

Installer will final align generator to turbine, turning gear to generator, install
foundation centerline keying devices and make up couplings per GE
drawings. It is recommended that alignment readings be witnessed and
signed off by the Owner, Installer and General Electric. (See Fig. 9).

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Anchor Bolt, Wilson Sleeves and Grout Pocket Typical Layout

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Method of Rigging 9FA Gas Turbine Suggested Layout

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Method of Rigging 9FA Load Coupling (MLI 1319) Suggested Layout

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Method of Rigging 324 Hydrogen Cooled Generator Suggested Layout

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Method of Rigging Exhaust Diffuser (MLI 0706) Suggested Layout

Figure 7
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Exhaust Diffuser Spring Support (MLI 0706) Typical Layout

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Equipment To be Aligned Typical Layout

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SET MODULES AND SKIDS


The AE Equipment Arrangement Drawing will indicate the location of skids and modules. (Refer
to MLI 0306.)
3.15

SET ACCESSORY PACKAGE (A160)


Set the accessory module on foundation sub-sole plates. Included as a part of this
module is the lube oil reservoir, lube oil filters, lube oil pumps and motors, lube oil
coolers, hydraulic and control oil pumps and motors, hydraulic accumulators, seal oil
pumps, lift oil pumps, lube oil vapor demister and filters, gas fuel equipment. Align
pumps and motors to vendor specifications. (See Figs. 10 and 11).
Note:

3.16

The accessory module foundation is designed without anchor bolts. The


module is designed to set on sub-sole plates and allowed to slide (on one
end), to compensate for thermal expansion. The module foundation
interface design includes a center guide block and fitted keys on the outside
end. (See Fig. 12). There is a centerline anchor pin locking device located
on the turbine end of the module. (See Fig. 13).

SET LIQUID FUEL AND ATOMIZING AIR SKID (A162)


Set the Liquid Fuel and Atomizing Air Skid on the support legs. (There are six (6)
support legs. See Figs. 10 and 14). This module includes the liquid fuel forwarding
pumps, motors and filters, liquid fuel flow divider, liquid fuel stop and control valve,
atomizing air motors, compressors and filters, and heat exchanger (air cooler). Align
pumps and motors to vendor specifications.

3.17

SET PACKAGED ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC CONTROL COMPARTMENT


(PEECC) (MLI A059)
Set the PEECC Module on its support legs. (There are eight (8) support legs. See Fig.
15). This package includes the batteries and battery charger, turbine controls (Mark V),
generator controls, 415 VAC motor control center, generator excitation panel,
performance monitor and vibration monitor. (See Fig. 16).
Note:

The support legs (6) for the Liquid Fuel and Atomizing Air skids, and the
support legs (8) for the PEECC modules will be set down over anchor bolts,
leveled, and set to the correct elevation with respect to the machine base
line as determined from AE drawings. Anchor bolts, washers and anchor
bolt nuts are normally supplied by installer.

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WATER INJECTION SKID (MLI A035)


Set the Water Injection Skid on its foundation. Nut all anchor bolts. Included as a part of
this skid are the water injection pumps and motors. The skid is to be leveled by
shimming, as required, and set to proper elevation with respect to machine base line as
determined from the drawings. Align pumps and motors to specifications.

3.19

FIRE PROTECTION SKID (MLI A068)


Set the Fire Protection Skid on its foundation. Nut all anchor bolts. The skid is to leveled
by shimming, as required, and set to proper elevation with respect to machine base line
as determined from the drawings.

3.20

SET COOLING WATER MODULE (MLI A076)


Set and assemble cooling water module on its foundation. Nut all anchor bolts. The
module supports are to be leveled by shimming, as required, and set to proper elevation
with respect to machine base line as determined from AE drawings. Align pumps and
motors to vendor specifications.

3.21

SET LOAD COMMUTATED INVERTER (LCI) EXCITATION COMPARTMENT GEC


(MLI A157)
Set the LCI module on its foundation. Set module to proper elevation with respect to
machine base line as determined from the drawings. Nut all anchor bolts (See Fig. 17).

3.22

SET DC LINK REACTOR (STATIC START) (MLI A140)


Set DC Link Reactor. Set package to proper elevation with respect to machine base line
as determined from the drawings. Nut all anchor bolts.

3.23

SET ISOLATION/EXCITATION TRANSFORMER (STATIC START) (MLI A141)


Set Isolation/Excitation Transformer on its foundation. Set package to proper elevation
with respect to machine base line as determined from the drawings. Nut all anchor
bolts.

3.24

SET BUS ACCESSORY COMPARTMENT (BAC) (MLI A153)


Set Bus Accessory Compartment (BAC) on its foundation. Set BAC to proper elevation
with respect to machine base line as determined from the drawings. Nut all anchor
bolts. (See Fig. 18).

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Accessory Module And Liquid Fuel/Atomizing Air Skid Typical Layout

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Accessory Module And Liquid Fuel/Atomizing Air Skid Typical Layout

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Accessory Module Foundation Interface Typical Layout

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Accessory Module Foundation Interface Anchor Pin Typical Layout

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Liquid Fuel/Atomizing Air Skid Support Legs Typical Layout

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Packaged Electrical Electronic Control Compartment Typical Layout

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EX2000/LCI Compartment(MLI A157) Typical Layout

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(BAC) Bus Accessory Compartment (MLI A153) Typical Layout

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SET LIQUID FUEL FORWARDING SKID (MLI A045)


Set the Liquid Fuel Forwarding Skid on its foundation. Nut all anchor bolts. Included as
a part of this skid are the Liquid Fuel pumps and motors. The skid is to be leveled by
shimming (as required), and set to proper elevation with respect to machine base line
as determined from the drawings. Align pumps and motors to specifications.

3.26

AIR PROCESSING SKID (MLI A130)


Set the Air Processing Skid on its foundation. Nut all anchor bolts. The skid is to leveled
by shimming (as required), and set to proper elevation with respect to machine base
line as determined from the drawings.

3.27

SET WATER WASH SKID (MLI E025)


Set the Water Wash Skid on its foundation. Nut all anchor bolts. Included as a part of
this skid are the water wash pumps and motors. The skid is to be leveled by shimming
(as required), and set to proper elevation with respect to machine base line as
determined from the drawings. Align pumps and motors to specifications.

3.28

SET COOLING FAN MODULE (MLI A132)


Set Cooling Fan Module on the turbine enclosure roof. This module includes
compressor pumps and motors, which must be aligned to specification.

3.29

SET STATIC START EXCITATION SUB-STATION (MLI A141)


Set sub-station equipment on foundations. Nut all anchor bolts. Included in the substation is the 6,500 kVA transformer, BUS entrance bay and 500 kVA transformer.
Level equipment as required and set to proper elevation with respect to machine base
line as determined from the drawings.

3.30

SET AND ASSEMBLE ISO PHASE BUS DUCT (MLI A064)


Assemble sections of ISO Phase Duct running from the generator to the (BAC) Bus
Accessory Compartment, bus service bay and the step-up transformer.
Level equipment as required, and set to proper elevation with respect to machine base
line as determined from the drawings.

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PLACE OTHER EQUIPMENT


3.31

SET HYDROGEN DRYER AND PURGE ASSEMBLY (GEN)


Set the generator hydrogen dryer and purge assembly.

3.32

SET LIQUID DETECTORS (GEN)


Set and assemble the generator liquid level detectors.

3.33

SET HYDROGEN GAS SUPPLY (BOP)


Assemble the generator hydrogen gas supply manifold.

3.34

SET PURGE GAS SUPPLY (BOP)


Assemble the generator purge gas manifold.

3.35

INSTALL BATTERIES (MLI 1207)


Move pallets of batteries in next to the Packaged Electrical and Electronic Control
Center (PEECC) Module. Assemble storage racks inside of the PEECC. Load batteries
into racks and connect all leads per specifications.

3.36

INSTALL PEECC AIR CONDITIONERS (MLI 1101)


Unpack equipment inside the PEECC and BUS Accessory Compartment (BAC).
Assemble the heater/air conditioner units on the roof or side walls of the PEECC per
specifications.

3.37

SET DRAIN COLLECTION TANK (BOP)


The Drain Collection Tank is normally supplied and installed by the installer per
specifications.
Note:

3.38

Installer is normally responsible for all excavation, trenching, and backfill


during the installation to support GE supplied equipment. This will normally
include running of conduit, grounding grid, and interconnecting pipe.

ASSEMBLE EXHAUST THERMOCOUPLES (MLI 0531, 0637)


Assemble the unistrut supports (31 total) around outside of Turbine Exhaust Diffuser
Outer Barrel (MLI 0706).
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Assemble the thermocouple radiation shields (31 total) to the inside of the diffuser outer
barrel and weld from the inside. Assemble thermocouples into the radiation shields from
outside of diffuser outer barrel.

ENCLOSURES AND BARRIERS


3.39

SET GENERATOR TERMINAL ENCLOSURE (MLI 1237) (GEN)


Set and assemble the Generator Terminal Enclosure on top of the generator stator.

3.40

INSTALL TURBINE ENCLOSURE, GRADING AND WALKWAYS (MLI 1634, MLI


1645)
Set turbine enclosure walls. Nut all anchor bolts. Level enclosure walls by shimming as
required. Install internal grading. Install enclosure maintenance crane. Install roof
sections of enclosure.
Note:

3.41

This work must be coordinated with unit piping assembly. See Activity 3.44.

INSTALL TURBINE LOAD COMPARTMENT (MLI 1617)


Assemble the Turbine Load Compartment. The compartment consists of three (3)
sections; a lower half and two (2) upper half pieces.

3.42

INSTALL ENCLOSURE TO BASE (MLI 1634) (BOP)


Installer will be responsible for assembly and installation of all turbine-generator
enclosure-to-base materials. The turbine and generator lagging is to be assembled in
accordance with the drawings. The assembly of enclosures also includes assembly and
installation of the following:
3.42.1

Ventilation fans and dampers (MLI 1634).

3.42.2

Installation of walkways, platforms, ladders and stairways (BOP).

3.42.3

Installer will supply and install a rodent guard around the bottom of the
turbine and generator.

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ASSEMBLE AIR INLET SYSTEM


3.43

ERECT TURBINE AIR INLET PLENUM (MLI 1612)


3.43.1

Install Inlet Plenum support steel per installation drawings. (See Fig. 19).

3.43.2

Install upper and lower halves of the Inlet Plenum Inner Cone. (This is an
extension of the turbine inlet case.)

3.43.3

Install inlet plenum lower and upper corner quarter sections, lower and upper
front, and aft center sections. Assemble hardware in accordance with the
supplier drawings. (See Fig. 20).
Note:

3.44

Gaskets and hardware needed to assemble inlet plenum


parts are supplied by the vendor.

ERECT TURBINE AIR INLET DUCTWORK (MLI A041)


3.44.1

Install all inlet ductwork structural steel supports and inlet filter compartment
supports. (See Fig. 21).

3.44.2

Install one (1) section of inlet transition ducting and hardware on top of inlet
plenum in accordance with suppliers drawings. (See Fig. 21).

3.44.3

Assemble inlet expansion joint in between transition duct and lower inlet
elbow. The expansion joint is shipped in pieces and must be assembled onsite.

3.44.4

Set lower inlet elbow duct and assemble to expansion joint in accordance
with suppliers drawings.
Note:

Gaskets and hardware needed to the assemble inlet ductwork


and filter compartment are supplied by the vendor.

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Figure 21
3.44.5

Set upper elbow duct on support rails and assemble to lower elbow duct and
hardware in accordance with suppliers drawings.
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3.44.6

Set heater ductwork on support rails and assemble to silencer ductwork in


accordance with suppliers drawings. (See Fig. 21).

3.44.7

Assemble empty duct to silencer duct on ground and set on support rails in
accordance with suppliers drawings.
Note:

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Installer will ensure that all joints between ductwork sections are
water and/or air tight.

ERECT TURBINE AIR INLET FILTER HOUSE (MLI A040)


3.45.1

Assemble and install filter house transition duct in accordance with the
installation instructions. (See Fig. 22).

3.45.2

Assemble filter house module parts in accordance with the installation


instructions. (See Fig. 23).

3.45.3

Set filter module assembly sections on support steel, and assemble in


accordance with the installation instructions. (See Figs. 24 and 25).

3.45.4

Install platform grating, railings and ladders in accordance with the


installation instructions.

3.45.5

Install air filter shutoff valve and low pressure alarm switch and gauge in
accordance with the installation instructions.

3.45.6

Field run tubing between Performance Monitor (MLI 0302) and inlet plenum,
turbine inlet case bellmouth, exhaust duct, cooling air connection to
atmosphere and drain.

3.45.7

Mount humidity sensor in the Inlet Duct (MLI 0302). Refer to installation
drawings for location.

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Figure 25
3.45.8

Install turbine air inlet filter cartridges (576 pairs) after completion of filter
house installation and painting. (See Fig. 26).
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Installation of filter cartridges is normally performed about 30


days before first start-up.

ERECT TURBINE EXHAUST SYSTEM (MLI A042)


3.46.1

Installer will be responsible for assembly and installation of GE supplied


exhaust support devices for Exhaust Duct (MLI A042).

3.46.2

Installer will be responsible for assembly, welding and general installation of


four (4) sections of internally insulated turbine exhaust duct (GE supplied
MLI A042), that bolts to the downstream end of the exhaust diffuser. All
bolting is to be assembled and torqued per specifications. (See Fig. 27).
Note:

The exhaust duct is shipped to the site in four (4) pieces. The top
sections (2), and bottom sections (2) will be aligned and bolted
at the cirumferential and horizontal joints using permanent
bolting flanges.

3.46.3

Installer will be responsible for seal welding (inside and outside) of the
exhaust duct longitudinal and cirumferential joints. (See Fig. 28).

3.46.4

Installer will install internal insulation packs at both horizontal joints and
cirumferential joint. (See Fig. 29).

3.46.5

Installer will be responsible for assembly and installation of (GE supplied)


expansion joint between the Exhaust Diffuser (MLI 0706), and Exhaust Duct
(MLI A-042). (See Fig. 30).
Note:

An expansion joint between the exhaust duct and the boiler


transition duct will be supplied and installed by the boiler
manufacturer.

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Bolting And Seal Welding (MLI A042) Exhaust Duct Sections Suggested Layout

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Assembly Of Insulation Packs (MLI A042) Exhaust Duct Suggested Layout

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ASSEMBLE PIPING
3.47

ASSEMBLE UNIT PIPING (Gas Turbine-Generator Supply Modules and Skids)


Unit piping (including supports and in-line control and instrumentation) is usually
provided by GE for installation on the Gas Turbine-Generator unit.
Assemble and erect unit piping per the drawings and documents provided by GE.
Coordinate installation with the enclosure assembly activity (See Activity 3.40). Major
piping packages are listed in the following instructions:
Note:

Pipe supports for unit piping is usually supplied by GE (Refer to contract).

3.47.1

Install No. 2 turbine bearing lube oil feed and drain piping (MLI 0907).

3.47.2

Install No. 2 turbine bearing internal piping.

3.47.3

Install No. 1 turbine bearing lube oil feed and drain piping (MLI 0905).

3.47.4

Install piping turbine end of generator or load compartment (MLI 0906). Pipe
includes:

3.47.5

Lube oil feed and drain pipe

Sealing air pipe

Lift oil pipe

Install piping on collector end of generator (MLI 0906). Pipe includes:

Lube oil feed and drain pipe

Sealing air pipe

Lift oil pipe

3.47.6

Install Inlet Guide Vane (IGV) hydraulic control oil supply and drain piping
(MLI 0908).

3.47.7

Install Accessory module piping (MLI 0969). (Also see Fig. 31.) Piping
includes:

Fuel Gas Pipe; primary, secondary, transfer and quaternary

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Install Liquid Fuel/Atomizing Air Skid piping (MLI 0969). Pipe includes:

Liquid fuel pipe

Liquid fuel purge pipe

Atomizing air pipe

Note:

The unit piping that is assembled on the turbine as shipped (to


the site) includes:

Fuel Gas System (primary, secondary, transfer and


quaternary).

Atomizing Air System (partial)


Cooling Water System (partial)
Liquid Fuel Oil Purge (100 percent)
False Start Drain (partial)
Air Extraction Tubing (partial)
Note:

When partial piping has been assembled on the turbine at the


factory, the remainder of the pipe is normally sent to the site in
the summery sheet container (SUMM). This is indicated on the
model list by (SUMM) next to MLI (No. #) number. (Refer to
Activity 3.55 Cleaning and Flushing.)

3.47.9

Install air extraction pipe and valves (MLI 0944, SUMM and MSD).

3.47.10

Install false start drain pipe and valves (MLI 0920, MIL 1026, SUMM and
MSD).

3.47.11

Install cooling and sealing air piping (MLI 0909 and MSD).

3.47.12

Install cooling fan module pipe (exhaust frame blowers). (MLI 0972 and
MSD).

3.47.13

Install inlet air heater duct piping (BOP); customers connection at turbine
enclosure wall (MLI 0924); control valves (MLI A037, SUMM and MSD).

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MSD (MLI 0969) Piping Typical Layout

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3.47.14

Install performance monitor tubing (MLI 0987 and MSD).

3.47.15

Install cooling water piping (MLI 0915 and SUMM) to the turbine flame
scanners (MLI 1121).

3.47.16

Install compressor water wash piping (MLI 0953 and MSD).

3.47.17

Install fire protection piping (MLI 0964, MLI 0995 and MSD).

3.47.18

Install inlet and exhaust plenum drains (MLI 0976, MLI 0979 and MSD).

3.47.19

Install steam injection piping (MLI 0941 and MSD).

3.47.20

Install liquid fuel oil to turbine piping (MLI 0961 and MSD).

3.47.21

Install seal oil piping (GEN).

3.47.22

Install generator hydrogen gas supply piping (GEN).

3.47.23

Install liquid level detector piping (GEN).

INTERCONNECTING PIPE (BOP)


Interconnecting pipe is usually piping which runs between the centerline foundation
equipment to the off-base skids and modules. It is not provided by GE. All
interconnecting (BOP) piping is to be supplied and installed per Installers or AE's
specifications.
3.48.1

Water and Carbon Dioxide Piping


The Accessory module will be piped by the factory and shipped to the site.
The installer will supply and install interconnecting piping from the cooling
water module, carbon dioxide (CO2) fire protection skids and fuel gas
supply.

3.48.2

Liquid Fuel Piping


The Liquid Fuel and Atomizing Air Skid will be piped by the factory and
shipped to the site. The installer will supply and install interconnecting
piping for liquid fuel forwarding.
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Inlet Air Heating Duct/Piping


Install eight inch (8 ) insulated pipe run from turbine compressor discharge
customers connection (located side wall of turbine enclosure) to inlet heater
duct. The pipe connection is located on top of heater duct.

3.48.4

Drains
Install drain headers from turbine base, water wash drain, inlet and exhaust
plenum drains to collection tank. Install drain headers from starting means,
generator, accessory module and liquid fuel/atomizing air skid to collection
tank. Freeze protection will be provided for all drain lines.

3.48.5

Water Wash Piping


Install pipe run from Water Wash skid to the turbine, including heat trace for
equipment freeze and personal protection.

3.48.6

Fire Protection Piping


Install piping runs to turbine enclosures, Accessory Module and Liquid
Fuel/Atomizing Air skid.

3.48.6

Venting
Install all vent piping required from turbine base, generator base, Accessory
Module (which includes the lube oil tank and oil demister) and Liquid
Fuel/Atomizing Air skid.

3.49

SUPPLY PIPING
3.49.1

Supply piping is usually that piping not provided by GE, which connects the
GE supplied auxiliary modules and skids to the Owner provided supply. All
supply piping is to be supplied and installed per Owner/AE specifications.
This piping may include the gas supply piping (which may also contain GE
provided metering tubes (MLI 0639) to the Accessory Module, liquid fuel
supply to the Liquid Fuel Forwarding Skid (MLI A045), potable water supply
to the Cooling Water Module and Water Wash skid (MLI A076 and MLI
E025), demineralized water supply to the Water Injection skid (MLI E035).

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CAUTION:

Before any welding is performed on the unit, all equipment


skids should be adequately grounded to ensure excessive
current is not arching the bearings. Always ground welding
equipment as close to the point of work as possible.

ASSEMBLE UNIT ELECTRICAL


3.50

INSTALL UNIT ELECTRICAL AND CONTROLS


(MLI Skids: A062, 0301, 0302, 0444, 0445, 0463, 0466, 0470)
Installer will be responsible for the installation of all wiring, conduit, instrumentation,
controls, junction boxes and electrical material supplied by GE for installation on, within,
or interconnection between the turbine-generator centerline foundation equipment,
Packaged Electronic Control Compartment (PEECC), Accessory Module and Liquid
Fuel/Atomizing Air Skid.
3.50.1

Main Unit
Installer will be responsible for installation of all wiring, conduit
instrumentation, loose shipped junction boxes and electrical material
supplied by GE.
3.50.1.1

Install jack-plugged/hardwire cables from PEECC end, and


hardwire (at the end connecting) to the Accessory Module,
Liquid Fuel and Atomizing Air Skid and Water Injection Skid,
inter-connection to Gas Turbine, Generator, all exhaust thermalcouples, and all level four cable-tray cables must be hardwired.

3.50.1.2

Install turbine enclosure wire and conduit (MLI 1103, MIL 1159).

3.50.1.3

Install field run wire and conduit (MLI 1105).

3.50.1.4

Install wheel space thermocouple wire and conduit (MLI 1118).

3.50.1.5

Install flame detector wire and conduit (MLI 1121, MIL 1127).

3.50.1.6

Install exhaust area wire and conduit.

3.50.1.7

Install bearing instrumentation (MLI 0235).

3.50.1.8

Install lube oil instrumentation (MLI 0229).

3.50.1.9

Install spark plug power leads (MLI 1214).


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3.50.1.10 Hardwire thermocouple circuits (MLI A062, MLI 0637).


3.50.1.11 Install junction boxes (MLI 1105).
3.50.1.12 Install 18 kV Bus duct from generator to GAC (MLI A024).
Note:

3.50.2

Installer will be responsible for installation and connection of the


ISO phase bus duct from the generator terminal enclosure to the
step-up transformer. (See Activity 3.30.)

Off-Base Skids And Modules


Installer will be responsible for installation and connection of junction boxes,
conduit and wiring (including termination), between pumps, motors and
junction boxes.
Mounting of all loose shipped control devices and instrumentation (pressure
and temperature switches, gauges, vibration switches, surge tank sight
glass and low level switch/alarm) in accordance with installation drawings
on all GE supplied skids. (See Activity 3.5.1.)

3.50.3

Purchasers Mounted Devices


Installer will be responsible for installation and connection of electrical
equipment, control devices, instrumentation, conduit and wiring (including
termination) for the Purchasers' Devices listed. (Refer to MLI 0302):
3.50.3.1

Gas Metering Tube and Orifice MG2-1.

3.50.3.2

Orifice Differential Pressure Transducer Low Range 96FF-1.

3.50.3.3

Orifice Differential Pressure Transducer High Range 96FF-2.

3.50.3.4

Orifice Up-stream Static Pressure Transmitter 96FG-1.

3.50.3.5

Gas Metering Tube Thermocouples FT-G1-1, 2, and 3.

3.50.3.6

Fuel Gas Measurement System (MLI 0639).

3.50.3.7

Inlet and Exhaust Sensors (MLI 0559).

3.50.3.8

Humidity Sensor (MLI A122).

3.50.3.9

Performance Monitor (MLI 0302).

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INTERCONNECTIONS AND 6.6 kV VAC ELECTRICAL (BOP)


Installer will be responsible for the supply, installation, and connection of all
interconnecting wiring not supplied by GE for interconnection between the centerline
foundation equipment and off-base skids and modules including:
3.51.1

Water Wash skid.

3.51.2

Water Injection skid.

3.51.3

Liquid Fuel Forwarding skid.

3.51.4

Fire Protection module.

3.51.5

Cooling Water module.

3.51.6

Auxiliary power lineup.

3.51.7

Performance monitor.

3.51.8

Humidity sensor.

3.51.9

415 VAC power to module motors.

3.51.10 Excitation/static start circuits.


3.52

SUPPLY ELECTRICAL (BOP)


Installer to supply electrical and grounding cables (not provided by GE), and which run
from GE provided equipment and the Owner provided source of supply.

3.53

AUXILIARY POWER LINEUP (6.6kV 4125 VAC) (BOP)


Install the auxiliary power line-up and interconnecting wiring.

3.54

BUS AUXILIARY/STATIC START COMPARTMENT (BOP)


Install the BAC interconnecting wiring.

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CLEANING AND FLUSHING


3.55

SYSTEM CLEANING, FLUSH AND FILLING (MLI 0414)


Installer will be responsible for installing clean piping, flushing, leak testing, pressure
testing, and initial filling of the following:
3.55.1

Lube and seal oil piping (MLI A125 and BOP).

3.55.2

Liquid fuel oil piping (BOP).

3.55.3

Water injection piping (BOP).

3.55.4

Cooling water piping (BOP).

3.55.5

Initial fill of coolant (ethylene glycol).

3.55.6

Blow-down of gas fuel system (BOP).

3.55.7

Leak test generator (BOP).

3.55.8

Blow-down generator gas system (BOP).

3.55 9

Start seal oil system.

3.55.10

Initial fill of purge gas and pressure test.

3.55.11

Initial fill of hydrogen.

3.55.12

Fire protection system test and refill (MLI 0113).


Note:

3.56

Install turbine-generator load coupling guard after oil flushing.

MECHANICAL CHECK OUT


3.56.1

Prior to operation, verify the following:


3.56.1.1

After piping connections are made, align all motor driven


equipment (including factory mounted pumps, compressors, fans
and blowers) supplied by GE. (The Device Summary provides a
list of all motors supplied by GE).
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Bump all motor-driven devices to check rotation.

3.56.1.3

Couple all motor-driven equipment after alignment.

3.56.1.4

Energize generator heaters, after alignment is completed.

3.56.1.5

Verify devices of all skids and modules.

3.56.1.6

Lubricate all motors, pumps, gears, couplings, and other


equipment requiring lubrication (BOP).

3.56.1.7

Functionally check all hydraulics.

3.56.1.8

Functionally check pressure and temperature devices.

3.56.1.9

Verify all orifice plates are installed and are to specification.

3.56.1.10 Verify, where possible, flow and pressures of all fluid systems.
4

START-UP
General guidelines for the proper start-up of the Gas Turbine-Generator are provided in the
following sequence of activities:
4.1

GAS TURBINE-GENERATOR START-UP TASKS


4.1.1

Ground checks.

4.1.2

Battery checks.

4.1.3

Initial powering of control compartment, motor control center, and auxiliary


panel.

4.1.4

Initial powering of Mark V panel and generator panel.

4.1.5

Mark V Hardware checks (power supplies, cards, etc.).

4.1.6

Mark V Software checks (restore control constants).

4.1.7

Auxiliary Panel hardware checks.

4.1.8

Calibrate all turbine devices per Device Summery (MLI 0414).

4.1.9

Verify turbine systems according to piping schematics.


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Loop check Contact Inputs.

4.1.11

Loop check Relay Outputs (including solenoids).

4.1.12

Loop check Thermocouples and RTDs.

4.1.13

Loop check Analog Inputs (0-10V, 4-20 MA).

4.1.14

Loop check Static Start circuits.

4.1.15

Loop check Auxiliary Panel.

4.1.16

Motor Control Center (MCC) Motor rotation checks.

4.1.17

Off-Base Component/Skid and Module Check Out:


4.1.17.1

Liquid Fuel Forwarding Skid.

4.1.17.2

Accessory Module, including:

4.1.17.3

Lube Oil System

Hydraulic System

Lift Oil System

Seal Oil System

Fuel Gas System

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Liquid Fuel/Atomizing Air Skid including:

Liquid Fuel System

Atomizing Air System

4.1.17.4

Water Wash Skid

4.1.17.5

Humidity Sensor

4.1.17.6

Cooling Water Module

4.1.17.7

Fire Protection Skid

4.1.17.8

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Generator controls interface checks

4.1.19

Verify turbine controls per control specifications

4.1.20

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Water Injection Skid

4.1.18

4.1.19.1

Overspeed

4.1.19.2

Speed control

4.1.19.3

Over-temperature control

4.1.19.4

FSR/Temperature monitoring

4.1.19.5

Wheelspace temperature monitoring

4.1.19.6

Lube oil temperature monitoring

4.1.19.7

Steam injection

4.1.19.8

LVDT calibrations:

4.1.19.9

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Gas Control Valve

Gas Speed Ratio Valve

Distillate Bypass Valve

Inlet Guide Valve (IGV)

Steam Injection

Servo Valves:

Gas Control Valves

Gas Speed Ratio Valve

Liquid Fuel

Inlet Guide Valve (IGV)

Steam Injection

Static Starting Circuit Checks

Initial Crank Checks


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Ignition Circuit Checks

4.1.22

Flame Detector Checks

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4.1.23

Full-Speed No-Load (FSNL) checks

4.1.24

Synchronization checks

4.1.25

Load checks at 25, 50, 75 and 100 percent load

4.1.26

Commission Nox Control

4.1.27

Emissions Tests

4.1.28

Performance Tests

EXCITER CHECK OUT


4.2.1

Connection Checks
4.2.1.1

Connection checks

4.2.1.2

Sensing voltage

4.2.1.3

Sensing current

4.2.1.4

Station battery system

4.2.1.5

Field

4.2.1.6

AC/DC regulator select

4.2.1.7

Transfer volt meter

4.2.1.8

Power supply voltages

4.2.1.9

Input/Output connections

4.2.2

BERG jumper checks

4.2.3

Off-line checks

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4.2.3.1

Exciter field current limit

4.2.3.2

AC regulator response

On-line checks
4.2.4.1

Set-Up Droop/LDC (Line Drop Compensation)

4.2.4.2

URAL (Under Reactive Ampere Limiter) Set-up

4.2.5

Generator Control Panel check-out

4.2.6

Field Wiring Termination checks

4.2.7

Remote Interface checks

4.2.8

Loop Check Stator RTDs

4.2.9

Alarm checks:

4.2.10

4.2.9.1

Stator Temperature

4.2.9.2

Underfrequency

4.2.9.3

Generator Transformer Differential

4.2.9.4

Voltage Balance

Generator Breaker Checks


4.2.10.1

Negative Sequence Trip

4.2.10.2

Loss of Excitation Trip

4.2.10.3

Reverse Power Trip

4.2.10.4

Under/Over Voltage Trips

4.2.10.5

Under Frequency Trip

4.2.10.6

Phase Fault Trip

4.2.10.7

Generator Transformer Differential Trip

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4.3.1

Static Starting Circuit Checks.

4.3.2

Slow roll turbine to 200 RPM

4.3.3

Trip Turbine Starting System, observe and listen to coast down.

4.3.4

Slow Roll Turbine to 700 RPM.

4.3.5

Trip Turbine Starting System, observe and listen to coast down.

4.3.6

Roll Turbine to Ignition Speed.

4.3.7

Perform False Fire and Ignition Circuit Checks.

4.3.8

Roll turbine to ignition speed, observe ignition system operation, and allow
turbine to accelerate to full-speed no-load (FSNL).

FULL SPEED NO LOAD (FSNL) AND OVERSPEED CHECKS


4.4.1

Collect Start-Up and Acceleration Data

4.4.2

Operate at FSNL until compressor wheelspace temperatures indicate no


more than a 5 deg F. change in 15 minutes. (Approximately one hour of
operation is required).

4.4.3

Collect unit data at FSNL.

4.4.4

Perform electrical overspeed test.

4.4.5

Allow turbine to coast down, restart and allow wheelspace temperatures to


stabilize at FSNL.

4.4.6

Perform mechanical overspeed test at 113 percent of operating speed.


(Turbine must trip within 30 RPM of set point).

4.4.7

Allow turbine to coast down, restart and allow wheelspace temperatures to


stabilize at FSNL.

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Perform second mechanical overspeed test. (Turbine must trip within 30


RPM of first overspeed test trip point).

4.4.9

Perform third mechanical overspeed test. (Turbine must trip within 30 RPM
of second overspeed test trip point).

SYNCHRONIZATION AND LOAD CHECKS


4.5.1

Electrical generator synchronization checks.

4.5.2

Synchronize generator to utility grid.

4.5.3

Perform generator breaker checks.

4.5.4

Perform load checks at 25, 50, 75, and 100 percent load points.

4.5.5

Perform generator excitation system checks (See Activity 4.2.5. On-line


Checks).

4.5.6

Perform fuel transfer tests (if dual fuel.)

Nox CONTROL SYSTEM COMMISSIONING AND OPERATION


4.6.1

Load gas turbine to minimum load for Nox Injection.

4.6.2

If water injected, initiate injection system operation an observe turbine


operation.

4.6.3

Load gas turbine to 100 percent load.

4.6.4

Adjust injection system as required.

PERFORMANCE TESTS
4.7.1

Conduct Capacity and Heat Rate Tests per the Contract Requirements.

4.7.2

Conduct Reliability Tests per the Contract Requirements

4.7.3

Conduct the Noise Level Tests per the Contract Requirements

4.7.4

Conduct the Exhaust Gas Emissions Tests per the Contract Requirements
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Conduct operational demonstrations; fuel transfer, drop load, timed loading,


timed starting, etc., per Contract Requirements.

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EXHIBIT A

TYPICAL LIFTING REQUIREMENTS


The following are the major pieces of equipment that will be off-loaded, transported and lifted
by installer. All weights and sizes are approximate.
ITEM
Turbine
Generator (MLI A13)
Load Coupling (MSD) consisting of:
- Coupling Shaft (MLI 1319) (1 pc.)
- Coupling Bolts (MLI 1309) (34 pc. Includes Stud, 2
Nuts)
- Coupling Guard (MLI 1311) (3 pc.)
Generator Collector Housing and Base
Turning Gear
T Type Accessory Module (Empty) (MLI A160)
Liquid Fuel/Atomizing Air Module (MLI A162)
Packaged Elect. Electronic Control (MLI A059)
Compartment (PEECC) (No Batteries)
LCI/Excitation Compartment (MLI A157)
Static Start DC Link Reactor (MLI A140)
Static Start Excitation Substation (MLI A141) consisting of:
- 1,500 KVA Transformer
- 3,000 KVA Transformer
- 415 V Air Breaker
- Buss Entrance Bay
- 4.16 kV Vacuum Breaker
Buss Accessory Compartment (BAC) (MLI A153)
ISOPhase Bus Duct (MLI A064)
Neutral Ground Transformer (MLI 1237)
Air Processing Skid (MLI A130)
Fire Protection Skid (MLI A068)
Water Wash Skid (MLI E025)
Cooling Fan Module (MLI A132)
Water Injection Skid (MLI A035)
Liquid Fuel Forwarding Skid (MLI A045)
Cooling Water Module (MLI A076) consisting of:
- Heat Exchangers (4 pc.)
- Pump Skid
- Surge Tank
- Miscellaneous
- Extension Columns
Generator Terminal Enclosure (MLI A111)

TRUCK
LOADS

WEIGHT
in pounds
(Appx.)
635,000
505,000

SIZE
in Feet
L' x W" x H"
34.6 x 15.3 x 16.4
34.5 x 15.7 x 13.8

5,000
Est. 40 ea.

6.4 x 3.1 x 3.1


3.5 x 2 0 x 2.0

990
Est. 2,400
4,800
103,260
95,000

10.3 x 5.0 x 4.6


3.5 x 4.0 x 3.5
4.4 x 3.6 x 4.8
30.5 x 11.3 x 13.4
26.5 x 10.8 x 13.9

52,000
Later
16,121
59,100
20,300
26,200
3,000
4,000
5,600
60,000
Later
2,400
2,300
14,000
25,000
18,500
38,820
15,700

36.0 x 11.5 x 10.8


28.0 x 11.5 x 15.8
8.1 x 7.1 x 8.8
x 8.1 x 9.3
x 10.3 x 10.0
5.3 x 5.0 x 9.3
7.4 x 5.0 x 10.0
5.3 x 7.8 x 9.3
40.5 x 12.7 x 12 5
Loose Parts
5.3 x 4.7 x 8.8
10.0 x 5.0 x 8.3
24.0 x 8.0 x 10.0
19.7 x 10.4 x 11.6
13.8 x 10.8 x 10.7
29.0 x 10.3 x 11.0
16.3 x 9.0 x 9.6

34,600
11,000
5,700
3,270
2,000
26,000

42.0 x 10.0 x 8.4


16.3 x 10.0 x 7.9
13.3 x 7.3 x 7.8
5.0 x 3.1 x 4.3
6.0 x 4.0 x 4.0
21.0 x 11.3 x 9.6

MSD GAS TURBINE INLET


Inlet Plenum (MLI 1612)
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ITEM
- Plenum Support Structure
- Plenum Extension (2 pc.)
- Plenum Cone (inlet case ext.) (2 pc.)
- Lower Quarter Section (2 pc.)
- Upper Quarter Section (2 pc.)
- Lot 1
- Lot 2
- Lot 3
Inlet Ductwork (MLI A041)
Transition Duct (1 pc.)
Expansion Joint (Kit, asm. at site)
Elbow Duct Upper(1 pc.) w/Trash Screen
Elbow Duct Lower (1 pc.)
Heating Duct (1 pc.)
Silencer Duct (1 pc.) w/16 Panels
Empty Duct (1 pc.)
Support Steel
Miscellaneous
- Walkway Assembly (Center)(4 pc.)
- Walkway Assembly (L.H. and R. H.)(2 pc.)
- D15 Weather Hoods (Center Modules)
(15 pc. per module)(4 Modules)
- D15 Weather Hoods (L.H. and R.H.)
(15 pc. per module)(2 Modules)
- Sloped Roof
- Hopper (6 pc.)
- Pipe/Tubing
- Hand Rails
- Hardware
- Filter Cartridges (576 pairs)
Inlet Filter House Transition Duct
- Top Section (1 pc.)
- Floor Section (1 pc.)
- Side Section (1 pc.)
- Side Section (1 pc.)

TRUCK
LOADS

WEIGHT
in pounds
(Appx.)
4,320
800
1,569 ea.
9,500 ea.
5,400 ea.
1,650
2,960
600

SIZE
in Feet
L' x W" x H"
Loose Parts
12.0 x 6.0 x 1.5
10.6 x 5.3 x 3.6
8.5 x 12.2 x 7.9
8.5 x 5.6 x 7.4
12.0 x 6.0 x 1.3
10.9 x 5.5 x 3.4
4.5 x 2.9 x 2.8

4
2
2

11,850
720
17,360
21,750
9,500
44,500
6,185
86,000 ea.
1,440
3,368 ea
5,180 ea
1,650

25.0 x 9.3 x 6.3


5.6 x 4.6 x 2.7
11,4 x 25.0 x 13.7
Later
25.0 x 3.0 x 12.6
25.0 x 8.0 x 12.6
25.0 x 4.0 x 12.6
25.0 x 10.0 x 6.0
8.4 x 2.5 x 2.0
38.6 x 7.3 x 3.0
38.6 x 7.3 x 3.0
3.0 x 7.4 x 8.3

2,160

3.0 x 7.4 x 8.3

1
1
1
1
1
1
2

MSD GAS TURBINE EXHAUST


Exhaust Diffuser (ML 0706)
Exhaust Duct (ML A042)
- Upper Inner (1 pc.)
- Lower Inner (1 pc.)
- Upper Outer (1 pc.)
- Lower Outer (1 pc.)
- Support Steel Skid
- Bolts and Hardware
- Miscellaneous
MSD GAS TURBINE ENCLOSURES
Turbine Enclosure (ML 1634)

4,280
20.7 x 7.7 x 3.3
405 ea.
6.7 x 3.8 x 3.1
1,800
42.0 x 1.2 x 0.8
2,142
10.7 x 7.7 x 2.7
2,554
10.0 x 4.0 x 4.0
50 ea. Ea. Shipped in box
9,900
2,508
700
700

37.5 x 5.0 x 4.6


37.5 x 5.0 x 0.5
5.0 x 0.5 x 11.8
5.0 x 0.5 x 11.8

34,417

14.0 x 11.1 x 13.8

10,170
12,115
11,005
13,577
13,425
2,000
4,500

21.4 x 10.3 x 11.3


21.4 x 10.3 x 11.3
25.7 x 10.3 x 13.4
25.7 x 10.3 x 13.4
26.0 x 8.0 x 3.7
10.7 x 8.0 x 6.0
16.6 x 10.0 x 8.0

2
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WEIGHT
in pounds
(Appx.)
5,500
5,600
850 ea.
246 ea.
138 ea.
5,600
5,000
1,150
1,445
1.150 ea.
1,950

SIZE
in Feet
L' x W" x H"
12.3 x 22.1 x 1.5
24.5 x 5.4 x 12.7
12.0 x 4.0 x 0.5
8.0 x 3.0 x 0.3
4.5 x 2.1 x 0.3
24.6 x 5.5 x 12.0
10.4 x 5.5 x 4.1
11.0 x 7.5 x 0.5
11.0 x 6.9 x 0.5
11.0 x 7.6 x 0.4
9.0 x 4.2 x 4.3

880
880
1,300
1,080
246
800

5.7 x 4.6 x 8.3


5.7 x 4.6 x 8.3
11.6 x 4.3 x 4.6
10.9 x 4.0 x 0.4
8.0 x 3.0 x 0.2
3.0 x 2.0 x 2.0

18,000

20.0 x 8.0 x 8.0

Later
600

Later
1.0 x 0.5 x 2.0

600
600
200
8,000
Later

Later
1.0 x 0.5 x 2.0
1.0 x 0.5 x 0.5
11.6 x 3.3 x 1.5

MSD GRATING/TURBINE ENCLOSURE FLOOR


Floor Grating (ML 1645)
- Floor Unit (2 pc.)
- Floor Unit (2 pc.)
- Floor Unit (2 pc.)
- Floor Unit (2 pc.)
- Floor Unit (2 pc.)
- Support Steel
- Support Steel
- Piping
- Miscellaneous

85
100
110
80
153
595
140
350
80

36.8 x 23.9 x 0.8


83.8 x 10.9 x 0.8
49.8 x 23.9 x 0.8
35.8 x 23.9 x 0.8
73.8 x 23.9 x 0.8
Later
Later
7.0 x 14.0 x 3.0
Later

MSD MISCELLANEOUS
Junction Boxes (ML 1155) 1 Pallet
Junction Boxes (ML 1150) 1 Pallet
Humidity Sensor (ML A122)

135
135
100

10.0 x 2.1 x 2.0


10.0 x 2.1 x 2.0
3.0 x 3.0 x 1.0

- Roof Section (2 pc.)


- Side, Upper (2 pc.)
- Frame End, Upper (2 pc.)
- Door X (2 pc.)
- Door Z (2 pc.)
- Frame Side, Upper (2 pc.)
- Frame Side, Lower (4 pc.)
- Frame End, Upper (1 pc.)
- Frame End, Lower (1 pc.)
- Panels (16 pc.)
- Miscellaneous
Load Compartment Enclosure (ML 1617)
- Left, Lower Quarter Section (1 pc.)
- Right, Lower Quarter Section (1 pc.)
- Top Half Section (1 pc.)
- Bottom Plate
- Doors (2 pc.)
- Miscellaneous
LOOSE PARTSGAS TURBINE
Summary Sheet Container
MSD GENERATOR
Generator Piping Loose Parts
- H2 Control Piping
- H2 Supply Manifold
Generator Piping Loose Parts
- H2 Dryer
- CO2 Manifold
- Alarm Liquid Detector
- Pre-Fab Piping
- Seal Oil Piping Later

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ITEM
Sensor Inlet/Exhaust (ML 0559)
Gas Fuel Flow Metering Tube (ML 0639)
Tool Kit (ML F066)
- Wood Box No. 1
- Wood Box No. 2
- Wood Box No. 3
- Wood Box No. 4
Station Control Cables (ML A062)
- Box No. 1
- Box No. 2
- Box No. 3
- Box No. 4
- Box No. 5
- Box No. 6
Batteries (for PEECC) (ML1207)
- Wooden Case
- Wooden Case
MSD GAS TURBINE ON/OFF-BASE PIPING
Lube Oil Pipe No. 1 Bearing (ML 0905)
Lube Oil Pipe Feed and Drain (ML 0906)
Lube Oil Pipe No. 2 Bearing (ML 0907)
Control Oil Pipe (ML 0908)
Cooling and Sealing Air Pipe (ML 0909)
Cooling Water Pipe (ML 0915)
Air Extraction Pipe (ML 0924)
Water Wash Pipe (ML 0953)
Liquid Fuel Pipe (ML 0961)
Fuel Gas Pipe (ML 0962)
Fire ProtectionTurbine Compt. (ML 0964)
Water Injection Pipe (ML 0968)
Base Interconnect Pipe (ML 0969)
- Wooden Box
Exhaust Frame Cooling Air Pipe (ML 0972)
Exhaust Plenum Drain Pipe (ML 0976)
Inlet Plenum Drain (ML0979)
Performance Monitoring (ML 0987)
Fire ProtectionExhaust (ML 0995)
Lube Oil Flushing Hoses (ML A125)

TRUCK
LOADS

WEIGHT
in pounds
(Appx.)
790
1,000

SIZE
in Feet
L' x W" x H"
4.0 x 4.0 x 4.0
30.0 x 1.5 x 1.5

280
525
1,110
650

2.9 x 2.8 x 2.4


5.1 x 2.7 x 4.4
4.3 x 4.0 x 2.3
5.1 x 2.7 x 4.4

971
994
1,328
1,473
1,532
944

4.0 x 4.0 x 4.3


4.0 x 4.0 x 4.3
4.0 x 4.0 x 4.3
4.0 x 4.0 x 4.3
4.0 x 4.0 x 4.3
4.0 x 4.0 x 4.3

5,609
1,220

10.8 x 6.5 x 4.6


8.1 x 2.5 x 2.5

2,700
3,600
2,650
1,825
30,450
1,220
5,400
1,340
1,400
9,850
790
155
12,500
7,400
10,500
1,310
200
45
160
1,640

14.0 x 5.3 x 3.8


12.0 x 8.3 x 3.8
14.0 x 4.3 x 3.3
18.0 x 6.3 x 2.8
24.0 x 8.3 x 7.0
10.6 x 4.3 x 3.8
14.0 x 8.3 x 3.8
14.0 x 8.3 x 4.8
13.1 x 4.3 x 1.8
16.0 x 8.3 x 4.8
12.2 x 1.8 x 1.7
5.0 x 2.3 x 1.6
16.0 x 8.3 x 5.9
21.0 x 6.3 x 3.8
18.0 x 8.3 x 8.8
10.0 x 4.3 x 3.3
9.0 x 5.3 x 4.8
10.7 x 1.3 x 0.8
4.3 x 4.0 x 1.8
10.0 x 5.3 x 3.8

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