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GENERAL PURPOSE STEAM TURBINES

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Scope

3.

General

2. References

4.

Modifications to API Standard 611

1. SCOPE

This Guide covers requirements for general purpose mechanical drive steam turbines for refinery, petrochemical, and other utility and process plant applications.

2. REFERENCES

The following publications form a part of this Guide. edition.

Mobil Engineering Guides

Unless otherwise specified herein, use the latest

EGE 00-B-5

Equipment Sound Levels

EGE 00-C-4

Equipment Purchases — General Engineering Requirements

EGE 15-D-7

General Purpose Steam Turbine Data Sheet (a and b)

EGE 15-B-9

Lube and Seal Oil Systems

EGE 15-B-22

General Purpose Gear Units

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Standards

B16.1

Cast Iron Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings

B16.5

Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings

B16.42

Ductile Iron Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings Classes 150 and 300

AGMA (American Gear Manufacturers Association) Standard

9000-C-90

Flexible Couplings — Potential Unbalance Classification

API (American Petroleum Institute) Standards

Std 601

Metallic Gaskets for Raised-Face Pipe Flanges and Flanged Connections

Std 605

Large-Diameter Carbon Steel Flanges

Std 611

General-Purpose Steam Turbines for Refinery Service

NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) Standard

SM 23

Steam Turbines for Mechanical Drive Service

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3.

GENERAL

3.1

Turbines and auxiliaries shall conform to the requirements of API Standard 611 except as modified

in Section 4 of this Guide, EGE 15-D-7, and project specifications.

3.2

The vendor shall comply with the requirements of EGE 00-C-4.

4.

MODIFICATIONS TO API STANDARD 611

The following items are amendments to API Standard 611. Section and paragraph numbers refer to those used in that standard.

NOTE: Paragraphs marked "Purchaser’s Choice" indicate that a decision has been made and shall require proper notation on EGE

15-D-7.

SECTION 2 — BASIC DESIGN

Paragraph 2.1.3 (Addition)

The turbine normal power shall be equal to or greater than the rated power of the driven equipment. Rated turbine power shall be at least 110 percent of turbine normal power.

Paragraph 2.1.4, Item b (Addition)

A minimum of two hand valves shall be provided. Valve position shall be as follows:

1.

Normal turbine power with normal steam conditions — both valves closed.

2.

Normal turbine power with minimum inlet steam conditions and maximum exhaust conditions

one valve open, one valve closed.

3.

Rated turbine power with normal steam conditions — one valve open, one valve closed.

4.

Rated turbine power with minimum inlet steam conditions and maximum exhaust conditions

both valves open.

Paragraph 2.1.6 (Addition)

Multistage turbines in standby service shall be suitable for immediate startup to full load. The supplier shall recommend the customer piping arrangement and provide all connections necessary for proper drainage and any required preheat.

Paragraph 2.1.7 (Addition)

High-speed, integral gear turbines are not allowed.

Paragraph 2.1.11 (Modification)

2

Revise maximum pressure drop to 69 kPa (10 psi). Revise waterside fouling factor to 0.53 m K/kW (0.003

2

h ft ºF/Btu).

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Paragraph 2.1.12 (Substitution)

All equipment shall meet the applicable sound levels established in EGE 00-B-5.

Paragraph 2.1.16 (Purchaser’s Choice)

Equipment feet shall be equipped with vertical jackscrews.

Paragraph 2.2.1 (Addition)

Single-stage turbines with cast iron cases shall be designed for an exhaust pressure of at least 517 kPa gage (75 psig) and shall be hydrostatically tested to at least 776 kPa gage (113 psig).

Paragraph 2.2.3 (Substitution)

Split casings (axial and radial) shall use a metal-to-metal joint (with suitable liquid joint compound) that is tightly maintained by bolting. Gaskets (including the string type) are not permitted.

Paragraph 2.2.5 (Addition)

Radially split casings are not acceptable for horizontal turbines with ratings over 22 kW (30 hp).

Paragraph 2.4.6.2, First Sentence (Substitution)

Raised-faces are required for all steel flanges.

Paragraph 2.4.6.5 (Substitution)

Flanges in accordance with API Standard 605 shall be used when connections larger than those covered by ASME B16.5 or B16.42 are supplied.

Paragraph 2.4.10 (New Paragraph)

Machined and studded connections shall conform to the facing and drilling requirements of ASME B16.1, B16.5, or B16.42. Connections larger than those covered by these standards shall meet the facing and drilling requirements of API Standard 605.

Paragraph 2.6.1.2 (Addition)

When auto-start service is specified, turbine rotors shall have integrally forged shafts and disks, or, with Mobil approval, separate shafts and disks of forged material with a greater than normal shrink fit.

Paragraph 2.6.1.3 (Substitution)

Integral forged rotors shall be furnished when blade tip velocities at maximum continuous speed exceed 250 m/s (825 ft/s).

Paragraph 2.6.1.4 (New Paragraph)

The outside diameter of the turbine disk shall be a minimum of 300 mm (12 in.).

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Paragraph 2.6.3.3 (New Paragraph)

Turbines using integral blade/disk design require prior Mobil approval.

Paragraph 2.7.2 (Addition)

Carbon ring seal assemblies shall be designed for a minimum sealing pressure of 517 kPa gage (75 psig).

Paragraph 2.7.8 (Addition)

The gland drains shall be piped separately with individual customer connections.

Paragraph 2.7.9 (New Paragraph)

Shaft packing at the high-pressure end of the turbine shall be vented stepwise to intermediate stages and to final exhaust pressure.

Paragraph 2.8.1.8 (Addition)

The resonant frequencies of multistage turbines shall meet the acceptance criteria of Appendix B, Paragraph

B.1.4.

Paragraph 2.8.2.2 (Purchaser’s Choice)

Lateral analysis calculations or supporting test data demonstrating that the separation margins are in accordance with Paragraph 2.8.1.8 shall be provided for multistage turbines and when specified for single-stage turbines.

Paragraph 2.8.4.3 (Purchaser’s Choice)

For multistage turbines, a residual unbalance check shall be performed.

Paragraph 2.8.4.8 (Substitution)

If the supplier can demonstrate that electrical or mechanical runout is present, a maximum of 6.4 m (0.25 mil) may be vectorially subtracted from the vibration signal measured during the factory test.

Paragraph 2.8.4.9 (Addition)

When antifriction radial bearings are provided, vibration shall be measured on the bearing housing and the vibration shall not exceed the limits given in this paragraph.

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Paragraph 2.9.1, Item c (New Paragraph)

c. Hydrodynamic radial bearings are required on horizontal turbines when the rated power exceeds 22 kW

(30 hp).

Paragraph 2.9.3, First Sentence (Substitution)

Vertical turbines with grease-lubricated bearings are not acceptable unless approved by Mobil.

Paragraph 2.9.6 (Addition)

The use of elliptical (lemon) bore hydrodynamic bearings is not permitted.

Paragraph 2.9.15, First Sentence (Substitution)

Bearing housings shall be equipped with commercially available, two-piece, magnetic seals and deflectors where the shaft passes through the housing.

Paragraph 2.9.17, Last Sentence (Substitution)

A permanent indication of the proper oil level shall be accurately located and either cast into the side of the

housing or clearly marked using a stainless steel tag. A transparent drain cup shall be supplied at the

bottom of the housing for water separation, indication, and drainage.

Paragraph 2.9.20 (Addition)

Cooling water jackets shall be supplied with all turbines. Jacket connections shall be plugged if cooling water is not required for the service.

Paragraph 2.9.21 (Purchaser’s Choice)

Multistage turbines and all turbines rated 300 kW (400 hp) and above shall be supplied with provisions for probes as described in this paragraph.

Paragraph 2.9.22 (New Paragraph)

If the governor drive housing is separate from the bearing housing, the drive housing shall be supplied with

a plugged purge connection.

Paragraph 2.10.6, First Sentence (Substitution)

When pressure lubrication is required or specified and the total oil flow to steam turbine and driven equipment is 5.68 m /h (25 US gpm) or less, the vendor shall provide a self-contained system complete in accordance with Figure 1 and the following:

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Paragraph 2.10.6, Item a.1, Second Sentence (Substitution)

The reservoir shall also be sized to provide five minutes consumption but not less than three minutes of pump capacity at normal speed.

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Paragraph 2.10.6, Item a.6 (New Paragraph)

6. All return lines shall discharge below the minimum operating level to eliminate aeration and static

electricity.

Paragraph 2.10.6, Item b (Addition)

When the turbine maximum continuous speed is greater than 4000 rpm, the main oil pump shall be driven off a low-speed gearbox shaft or a separate motor-driven main oil pump shall be provided.

Paragraph 2.10.6, Item d (Addition)

A single oil cooler shall be used in services with spare units. In services without spare units, dual oil coolers with transfer valves shall be furnished. A jumper line with valve and orifice shall be furnished to ensure that the standby cooler is charged with oil. Coolers may share transfer valves with filters. Coolers shall be supplied with valved vents and drains.

Paragraph 2.10.6, Item e (Addition)

Duplex filters with transfer valves, and a jumper line with valve and orifice, shall be provided. Filters shall be furnished with replaceable depth-type filter elements. Wool elements are not permitted. Wound elements of cotton, Dacron, Orlon, or ethylene-propylene with austenitic stainless steel cores may be used.

When specified on the data sheet, pleated polyester cartridges are acceptable provided they meet the following criteria:

(1)

Designed for 177ºC (350ºF).

(2)

Viton gasketing.

(3)

Binder is not water soluble.

(4)

Support grid and center tube are austenitic stainless steel.

Paragraph 2.10.6, Item I (Purchaser’s Choice)

A full-sized, motor-driven auxiliary oil pump with automatic/manual control system shall be provided and arranged to start automatically on low oil pressure. Shutdown of the auxiliary pump shall be manual only.

Paragraph 2.10.6, Item m (New Paragraph)

m. Means for providing cool, clean oil to the driven equipment bearings.

Paragraph 2.10.6, Item n (New Paragraph)

n. A differential pressure gage measuring the pressure drop across the oil filters shall be supplied and

located where it is clearly visible at the filter transfer valve location.

Paragraph 2.10.7, First Sentence (Substitution)

Lube oil pumps shall be provided with steel cases unless they are enclosed in a reservoir.

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Paragraph 2.10.8, Second Sentence (Substitution)

The heater shall have sufficient capacity to heat the oil in the reservoir from the specified minimum site ambient temperature to the manufacturer’s required startup temperature within four (4) hours.

Paragraph 2.10.9 (New Paragraph)

Pressure lubrication systems shall be designed to ensure that the oil pressure in the cooler is always higher than the cooling water pressure.

Paragraph 2.10.10 (New Paragraph)

External relief valves shall be supplied for the main and auxiliary oil pumps.

Paragraph 2.10.11 (New Paragraph)

The pressure control valves shall be sized to maintain system pressure during one-pump and two-pump operation.

Paragraph 2.10.12 (New Paragraph)

A shaft-driven pump shall not be used when the combined oil flow to the steam turbine and driven equipment is greater than 5.68 m /h (25 US gpm). Instead, a separate oil console shall be furnished to supply oil to both the main and the spare turbine units. The console shall be designed in accordance with the requirements of EGE 15-B-9. When more than two turbine units are involved, the purchaser shall specify on EGE 15-D-7 the number of consoles to be provided.

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Paragraph 2.11.1.5 (Addition)

Linkage joints shall use low-friction or self-lubricating material.

Paragraph 2.11.3.1 (Addition)

Weld procedures shall be approved by the purchaser before castings are poured or fabrication begins. These procedures shall include the following: welding procedure specifications (including repair procedures), procedure qualification test records, ranges of variables qualified, a weld map or description identifying which welding procedure will be used for each weld, and method and extent of inspection.

Paragraph 2.11.3.5 (New Paragraph)

Major repairs to castings shall not be made without prior Mobil approval. Defects that result in major casting repairs are:

(a)

Those that cause the casting to leak during hydrostatic testing.

(b)

Those that result in repair cavities that exceed 20 percent of the casting wall thickness or 25 mm

(1 in.), whichever is less.

(c) Those that result in a repair area that exceeds 6500 mm

2

2

(10 in. ).

All other defects are considered to be minor.

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All major defects and subsequent repairs shall be documented on weld repair maps. Weld repair maps shall specify defect location, size, and the weld and NDT procedures used to make the repairs.

Paragraph 2.11.3.6 (New Paragraph)

Excavated areas shall have visual and magnetic particle examination (or liquid penetrant inspection for nonmagnetic material) to ensure that defects are removed prior to repair welding or blending.

Paragraph 2.11.3.7 (New Paragraph)

All casting repair welds shall be examined using the same nondestructive testing methods that were employed to inspect the casting. As a minimum, all repairs shall be visually and magnetic particle inspected (or liquid penetrant inspected if the casting is of nonmagnetic material).

Paragraph 2.11.3.8 (New Paragraph)

Weld repairs are not allowed on rotors (shaft, disk, or blades).

SECTION 3 — ACCESSORIES

Paragraph 3.1.1, First Sentence (Substitution)

Gears may be used when specifically approved by Mobil. Typical applications are cooling water pumps and fan drives.

Paragraph 3.1.3 (Substitution)

Separate parallel-shaft gear units up to 1500 kW (2000 hp) shall conform to EGE 15-B-22.

Paragraph 3.2.2 (Addition)

Nonlubricated disk-type couplings shall be furnished for horizontal turbines. Disks shall be 18Cr-8Ni stainless steel, except for applications in a wet atmosphere in the presence of chlorides. The power rating of couplings shall be at least 1.5 times the turbine rated power at rated speed. Coupling spacers shall be of sufficient length to permit seal and bearing replacement on the turbine and driven equipment without rotor removal or moving equipment. Minimum spacer length is 125 mm (5 in.).

Paragraph 3.2.4 (Substitution)

The power rating of the coupling-to-shaft juncture shall be at least 1.5 times the turbine rated power at rated speed.

Paragraph 3.2.7 (Addition)

Couplings shall be mounted on the shafts with a cylindrical fit and keyed except in cases where coupling hub removal is necessary for bearing or seal removal. In these cases, the shaft/coupling fit shall be tapered and keyed.

Paragraph 3.2.8 (Purchaser’s Choice)

Couplings shall be dynamically balanced to AGMA 9000-C-90, balance Class 9 minimum.

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Paragraph 3.3.1.2.3, First Sentence (Modification)

All mounting plates shall be furnished with horizontal jackscrews that are the same size or larger than the vertical jackscrews.

Paragraph 3.3.1.2.8 (Addition)

Shim packs shall cover the full foot area.

Paragraph 3.3.2.1 (Addition)

Baseplates shall have drip rim or drip pan construction with at least one 1-inch NPT drain connection. The drip rim or pan shall slope continuously toward the drain. Anchor bolts shall be located at each cross-member junction point. The span between anchor bolts shall not exceed 900 mm (36 in.).

Paragraph 3.4.1.4 (Purchaser’s Choice)

Refer to Paragraph 2.1.4, Item b, for hand valve requirements.

Paragraph 3.4.2.2 (Addition)

The governor shall meet NEMA SM 23 speed variation limits from the rated turbine power down to 20 percent rated power throughout the governor speed range.

NEMA Class D governors are required for the following services:

(a)

Boiler feedwater drives.

(b)

Fan drives of 150 kW (200 hp) and above.

(c)

All services with normal steam conditions of 4.14 MPa gage (600 psig) and above.

(d)

All centrifugal compressor drive services.

(e)

All generator drive services.

(f)

All drives for pumps operating in parallel.

Paragraph 3.4.3.1 (Purchaser’s Choice)

All gages and switches shall be mounted on a local gage board(s).

Paragraph 3.4.4.1 (Purchaser’s Choice)

All turbines shall be supplied with a self-generating electronic tachometer with a minimum range of zero to 125 percent of maximum continuous speed.

Paragraph 3.4.4.5 (Addition)

Solenoid safety devices shall cause closure of the trip-and-throttle valve when de-energized.

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Paragraph 3.4.5.2 (Purchaser’s Choice)

No sentinel valve shall be supplied. A full capacity relief valve shall be provided by the purchaser in the exhaust piping.

Paragraph 3.4.5.3.2 (Substitution)

Contacts in alarm circuits shall open to alarm. Contacts in trip circuits shall open to trip. Alarm and trip signals shall have separate sensors.

Paragraph 3.5.1.2, Last Sentence (Substitution)

Auxiliary systems shall comply with the requirements of Table 3, except as modified below:

(a) Gaskets for steel flanges in steam service above 517 kPa gage (75 psig) shall be the stainless steel

spiral-wound type with flexible graphite filler material and shall conform to API Standard 601.

(b) Gaskets for cast iron, flat-faced flanges in steam service shall be the full-faced, flexible graphite

sheet type.

Paragraph 3.5.1.8 (Addition)

In all other cases, threaded fittings on pressurized steam lines shall be seal welded. Threaded fittings on nonpressurized steam piping shall not be seal welded.

Paragraph 3.5.2.2, Last Sentence (Substitution)

Socket-welded fittings shall not be used in the oil system.

Paragraph 3.5.2.3 (New Paragraph)

Internal or external mounted flexible steel hose is not permitted.

Paragraph 3.7.1 (Substitution)

The turbine shall be supplied with removable blanket-type insulation extending over all portions of the casing that may reach a normal operating temperature of 66ºC (150ºF) or higher. The blanket shall consist of insulating material encapsulated in a high-temperature fabric with protective wire mesh. Jacket fasteners, wire mesh, and fittings shall be made of stainless steel.

SECTION 4 — INSPECTION AND TESTING

Paragraph 4.2.1.3 (Purchaser’s Choice)

Minimum inspection and quality assurance requirements are given in Table 5. Acceptance criteria are per requirements of Paragraphs 4.2.2 and 4.3.

Paragraph 4.2.2.1.3 (New Paragraph)

All NDT procedures shall be approved by the purchaser before manufacturing begins.

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TABLE 5 QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS GENERAL PURPOSE TURBINES

O

X

X

X

SWW

1

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

2

Casing and T & T Valve:

Chemical/mechanical properties

Visual inspection of casting

10% MT, critical areas including nozzle blocks and steam chest

100% MT of welds for all fabricated casings above 2.07 MPa gage (300 psig)

Hydrotest

Rotor:

Chemical/mechanical properties

100% UT of forgings and bar stock

Balance single-stage

Balance multistage

Complete Assembly (Unit and Spare):

Mechanical test run for single-stage turbines

Mechanical test run for multistage turbines

Bearing inspection after test

Oil system functional test

Final Inspection:

Preservation, cleanliness, paint, shipping preparation

LEGEND:

S

O

W

W

1

2

=

Supplier certified prior to final inspection.

=

Contractor or Mobil inspector to observe.

=

Contractor inspector to witness.

=

Mobil and contractor specialist to witness.

NOTES:

1. All supplier certified documentation shall be available to the inspector during the inspections.

2. NDT maps are required for all UT, RT, and MT inspections.

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Paragraph 4.2.2.3.1 (Purchaser’s Choice)

All forgings and bar stock for major rotating elements shall be 100 percent ultrasonically inspected per this paragraph.

Paragraph 4.3.1.3 (New Paragraph)

When specified, at least six (6) weeks before the first scheduled test, the supplier shall submit to the purchaser, for his review and comment, detailed procedures for all running tests and oil system functional test, including acceptance criteria for all monitored parameters.

Paragraph 4.3.3.2 (Substitution)

Single-stage turbines shall be tested for a minimum of one hour. Multistage turbines and turbines with gear units shall be tested for four (4) hours minimum. In either case, the test shall be a no-load, uninterrupted test at maximum continuous speed.

Paragraph 4.3.3.3.2 (Addition)

The temperature of the bearing housing or bearing drain oil of the turbine (and gear unit if applicable) shall be measured and recorded. The maximum acceptable oil temperature rise shall be 28ºC (50ºF).

Paragraph 4.3.3.3.4 First Sentence (Substitution)

Vibration readings shall be taken at minimum and maximum specified operating speeds, at five (5) equally spaced increments between these speeds, at maximum continuous speed, and just below trip speed after the stabilization described in Paragraph 4.3.3.3.2. For multistage turbines, vibration frequency spectra shall be plotted at maximum continuous speed. As a minimum, the spectra frequency range shall cover from 10 percent of rated speed to the highest blade-pass frequency.

Paragraph 4.3.4.5 (Addition)

Pressure lubricating systems shall have a functional test that completely demonstrates the performance of all components. The test shall include automatic starting of the auxiliary oil pump, cooler and filter transfers, and calibration of all valves and instruments.

Paragraph 4.4.3.3, First Sentence (Modification)

The interior of the equipment shall be sprayed or flushed with a rust preventive that is removable by process steam and does not require dismantling of the case prior to startup.

Paragraph 4.4.3.13 (Addition)

A stainless steel tag, attached to the turbine case, shall indicate if the carbon ring gland housing must be cleaned prior to initial startup.

SECTION 5 — VENDOR'S DATA

Paragraph 5.1, Item b (Substitution)

b. It shall be understood that the proposal is based on equipment in strict compliance with the requirements

of this Guide, applicable project specifications, and data sheets unless a specific exception, accompanied

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by a description of the proposed substitute, is recorded in the supplier’s proposal under the heading

"Exceptions."

Paragraph 5.1, Item h (Addition)

Separate prices for spare rotors, bearings, and other wearing components.

Paragraph 5.1, Item o (New Paragraph)

o. For turbines with exhaust pressures above 345 kPa gage (50 psig), horsepower versus exhaust

temperature curves for both normal and maximum initial steam conditions.

Paragraph 5.1, Item p (New Paragraph)

p. A statement as to whether or not there is a lower limit on the turbine exhaust pressure.

Paragraph 5.1, Item q (New Paragraph)

q. Details and prices of all acoustical devices or enclosures required to meet the specified noise limit.

Paragraph 5.1, Item r (New Paragraph)

r. Completed sound level report form per EGE 00-B-5, Appendix B.

Paragraph 5.1, Item s (New Paragraph)

s. For services with ambient temperatures below 29ºC ( 20ºF), maintenance, operation, transportation,

erection, and testing procedures required to avoid brittle fracture per Paragraph 2.11.1.10.

Paragraph 5.1, Item t (New Paragraph)

t. Slow roll, preheat, drainage, and any other requirements or limitations for turbines in standby service.

Paragraph 5.2.3 (Purchaser’s Choice)

Performance curves shall be provided per this paragraph.

APPENDIX B — DAMPED UNBALANCE RESPONSE ANALYSIS

Paragraph B.1.1 (Addition)

The damped unbalance response analysis shall be conducted for the maximum, minimum, and nominal bearing stiffness resulting from variations in the listed considerations.

Paragraph B.1.3, Item b (Addition)

Frequency, phase, and amplitude data shall be provided at each of the following locations: probes, bearings, rotor midspan, and rotor ends.

Paragraph B.1.3, Item e (Purchaser’s Choice)

The undamped frequency versus stiffness map shall be provided.

Paragraph B.1.5 (Addition)

The calculated unbalanced peak-to-peak rotor amplitudes at any speed from minimum governor to trip speed shall not exceed 40 percent of the minimum design diametral running clearances throughout the machine (with the exception of floating-ring seal locations).

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GENERAL-PURPOSE STEAM TURBINE DATA SHEET

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SI (METRIC) UNITS Page 1 of 3 ISSUE APPROVED ISSUE APPROVED JOB NO. ITEM NO.
SI (METRIC) UNITS
Page 1 of 3
ISSUE
APPROVED
ISSUE
APPROVED
JOB NO.
ITEM NO.
1
3
P.O. NO.
DATE
2
4
REQUISITION NO.
INQUIRY NO.
APPLICABLE TO:
PROPOSAL
PURCHASE
FOR
AS BUILT
UNIT
SITE
NO. REQUIRED
SERVICE
DRIVEN EQUIPMENT
MANUFACTURER
MODEL
SERIAL NO.
NOTE; INDICATES INFORMATION TO BE COMPLETED BY PURCHASER
BY MANUFACTURER
1
OPERATING CONDITIONS
PERFORMANCE
POWER
SPEED
OPERATING POINT
HANDVALVES OPEN
OPERATING POINT
kW
rpm
STEAM CONDITION
(3.4.1.4)
STEAM RATE
kg/kW • h
2
Normal
Normal/Normal
(Certified SR)
3
Rated
Rated/Normal
1
4
Other (2.1.4)
Rated/Min. Inlet-
5
Max. Exhaust
2
6
DUTY, SITE, AND UTILITY DATA
APPLICABLE SPECIFICATION
7
Application is (Spared/Unspared)
EGE 15-B-7, Other
8
Slow Roll Reqd (2.10.4)
Hand Valves Reqd (3.4.1.4)
9
Duty:
Continuous
Standby
CONSTRUCTION
10
Unattended Auto. Start (2.1.6)
Turbine Type:
Horizontal
11
Location (2.1.14):
Indoor
Heated
Unheated
Without Roof
No. Stages
Vertical
Wheel Diam, mm
12
Outdoor
Roof
Rotor:
Blading:
Built-Up
2 Row
Solid
Overhung
Between Brgs
13
Ambient Temp, ºC: Min.
Max.
3 Row
Re-entry
14
Unusual Conditions:
Dust
Salt Atmosphere
Casing Split:
Axial
Radial
15
(2.11.1.7)
Other
Casing Support:
Centerline
Foot
16
Electrical Area (2.1.13) Class.
Group
Div
17
Nonhazardous
Vertical Jackscrews (2.1.16)
Vertical Turbine Flange:
18
Control Power:
Volt
Phase
Hertz
NEMA "P" Base
Other (2.4.9)
19
Aux Motors:
Volt
Phase
Hertz
Tip Valve:
Integral
Separate
20
Cooling Water:
Press., kPa gage
P, kPa
Interstage Seals:
Labyrinth
Carbon
21
Flow, L/min
End Seals:
Carbon Ring, No./Box
22
Allow. Sound Press. Level
T, ºC
dBA @
m
Labyrinth
Material
23
STEAM CONDITIONS
24
MAX.
NORM
MIN.
25
Inlet Press., kPa gage
Blade Tip Seals
Type Radial Bearings (2.9.1)
Type Thrust Bearing (2.9.2)
26
Inlet Temp, ºC
Thrust Collar (2.9.7.2):
Replaceable
Integral
None
27
Exhaust Press. (kPa gage)(mm Hg abs)
Lube Oil Viscosity (2.10.3) ISO Grade
28
Steam Contaminants (2.11.1.7)
29
TURBINE DATA
Lubrication: Ring Oiled
Flinger
Pressure
Purge Oil Mist
Grease
Pure Oil Mist
30
Allow. Speeds, rpm: Max.
Min.
Bearing Housing Seals
31
Max. Cont Speed, rpm (1.4.7)
32
Trip Speed, rpm
Blade Tip Velocity, m/s
Bearing Housing Water Jacket
REMARKS
Plugged
33
First Critical Speed, rpm (2.8.2.1)
34
Exhaust Temp, ºC
Normal
No Load
35
Potential Max. Power, kW (1.4.19)
36
Max. Nozzle Steam Flow, kg/s
CASING DESIGN
INLET
EXHAUST
37
Rotation Facing Governor End:
CCW
CW
Max. Allow. Press, kPa gage
38
Driven Equipment Thrust, N (2.9.8)
Max. Allow. Temp, ºC
39
(Vertical Turbine) (2.9.3)
Hydro Test Pressure, kPa gage
40
Water Piping Furnished by
Vendor
Others
41
Oil Piping Furnished by
Vendor
Others
42

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SI (METRIC) UNITS
Page 2 of 3
1
MATERIALS
ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT BY VENDOR
2
High-pressure Casing
Grade
Remote Trip
Solenoid
3
Exhaust Casing
Grade
4
Nozzles
Grade
Vacuum Breaker (3.4.2.9)
Steam Sealing System (2.7.5)
Automatic
5
Blading
Grade
Gland Vacuum Device with (2.7.4):
6
Wheels
Grade
Water Eductor
Steam Ejector
7
Shaft
Grade
8
Oil Pumps
Grade
Gland Condenser Mounted by (2.7.4)
Insulation (3.7.1): Type
Removable Blanket
9
Shaft Coating Under Packing (2.6.2.3)
Tachometer (3.4.4.1): Type
10
Material
Mfr
Model
11
Application Method
12
Thickness
Mounted by
Other Switches and Control Devices by Vendor (3.4.5.1)
13
Gov Valve Trim
14
Gov Linkage Joints
15
Inlet Strainer
Mesh Size
Local Gage Board with Following Pressure Gages:
16
Coupling Hub
Spacer
17
Diaphragm
Throttle Steam
Nozzle Ring
First Stage
Exhaust
18
Oil-filled Type Gages (3.4.4.4)
19
Instrument Panel (3.4.3.2.1):
20
CONNECTIONS (2.4.1)
Basemount
Freestanding
21
Mating Parts
Governor Type:
Oil Relay
Hydr
Electrical
A
D
22
Size
Rating
Facing
Position
Furnished (2.4.6.5)
NEMA Class.:
23
Inlet
Speed Changer:
Manual
Pneu
Electrical (3.4.2.3)
24
Exhaust
Manufacturer
Model
25
Drains
26
27
CONTROLLED
OPERATING
CONTROL
28
COUPLINGS (3.2)
SEE SEPARATE DATA SHEET
VARIABLE
RANGE
SIGNAL
29
TURBINE
DRIVEN
Speed
to
rpm
to
kPag/mA
30
Manufacturer
to
rpm
to
kPag/mA
31
Model/Size
EXTERNAL LUBE OIL SYSTEM
32
Lubrication/Dry Type
33
Service Factor
Circulating (2.10.5)
Vendor Furnish System for:
Pressure (2.10.6)
Turbine
34
Rating, kW/100 rpm
Other
35
Spacer Length
Oil System to Be:
Separate Console
36
Furnished by
Mounted to Turbine Baseplate
EGE 15-B-9
37
Driver Half Mounted by (3.2.1)
Oil System to Include Following Equipment: (2.10.5) (2.10.7)
38
Dynamic Balance (3.2.8):
Class 9
Other
Standby Oil Pump:
Type Driver
39
Coupling per API 671
40
Turbine Shaft:
Taper
Straight
Hydraulic Fit Hub
Low Oil Press. Alarm Switch
Low Oil Press. Trip Switch
41
Heater (2.10.8):
Electric
Steam
42
MOUNTING PLATES
Oil Drains:
Sight Flow Indicators
Temp Indicators
43
Type: (3.3.1.1)
Baseplate
44
Furnished by:
Turbine Vendor
Soleplate (3.3.1.1)
Drive Equipment Vendor
Main Oil Pump Driven by Turbine/Gear Shaft
Single/Dual Coolers
45
Other
Filter:
Mfr
Micron.
46
Equipment to be Mounted: (3.3.2.1)
Model
Element
47
Turbine
Generator
Gear
48
Pump
Other
49
Ungrouted Baseplate (3.3.2.6)
50
Epoxy Grout (3.3.1.25)
51
Mounting Plate to Be Furnished with:
52
Deckplate Over All Walk Areas (3.3.2.5)
53
Subsole Plates (3.3.2.3)
Other
54
Drip Rim
Drip Pan
55

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1

 

VIBRATION AND POSITION DETECTORS (3.4.6)

   

TESTS (4.3)

 

2

Furnish provisions for mounting noncontacting vibration

   

REQD

 

WIT

OBSVD (4.1.4)

3

probes. (2.9.21)

 

Hydrostatic (4.3.2.1)

 

4

Furnish Axial Position Probes

No. of Probes

 

Mech Run (4.3.3)

5

Manufacturer .

 

Model

 

Bearing Oil Flow

 

 
   

6

Furnish Radial Probes

No. of Probes per Bearing

   

(4.3.3.1.2)

 

7

Manufacturer

 

Model

 

Performance (4.3.4.1)

 
 

8

Furnish Vel/Acc Transducers

No. per Bearing

 

Complete Unit (4.3.4.2)

9

Manufacturer

 

Model

 

Gear (4.3.4.3)

 

 
   

10

 

TURBINE

DRIVEN EQUIP

 

Sound Level (4.3.4.4)

 

11

Vib/Axial Monitors:

 

VENDOR

VENDOR

PURCHASER

Oil System

 

12

Furnished by:

 

 

Control Panel

 

13

Mounted by:

Residual Unbal Check

14

See separate data sheets for details.

 

Electrical & Mech Runout

15

   

16

 

17

 

18

 

ENGINEERING REQUIREMENTS

 

19

Supply engr data for lateral/torsional analyses. (2.8.1.7)

   

DATA REQUIREMENTS (5)

 

20

Calcs and/or Data for Separation Margin (2.8.2.2)

 

Proposal for multistage units to include curve of steam flows vs power for various hand valve settings. (5.1.d) Contract Data to Include Performance Curves for: (5.2.3) Steam Flow vs Power First Stage Pressure vs Steam Flow

 

21

Torsional Vibration Analysis (2.8.3.5)

 

22

Weight of Half Keys (2.8.4.2)

 

23

Lateral Analysis per Appendix B (2.8.2.1)

 

24

Submit Campbell and Goodman diagrams. (5.2.4.2)

 

25

REMARKS

 

Vendor to submit mechanical run

6

weeks prior to testing.

 

26

 

Require Certified Copies of the Following:

 

27

     

28

 

INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS

   

Mill and Chemical Data (Casing, T&T Valve, & Rotor) Shop Test Data Final Assembly Records (Clearances) Certified Test Data Before Shipment

29

 

Mag

Dye

Radio-

Ultra-

   

30

Component

 

Part.

Penet

Graphic

Sonic

Obsvd

WIT

31

T&T Valve

 

X

     

 

Rotor Balance Correction

 

32

Steam Chest

X

     

 

Hydrotest

 

33

Casing

 

X

     

REMARKS

 

34

Piping

         

 

35

Rotor

       

X

36

         

37

         

38

Charpy "V" impact test for casing materials.

 

39

REMARKS

 

40

 

41

   

WEIGHTS

 

42

 

Turbine

 

kg

43

 

PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT

 

Rotor

kg

44

Turbine, Aux Equipment, and Spare Rotor Prepared for: (4.4.1)

 

Turbine Upper Half Casing

 

kg

 

45

Domestic Shipment

Export Shipment

   

kg

 

46

Turbine Prepared for Extended Storage

 

Months

Max. Maintenance (Identify) T&T Valve

 

kg

 

47

Spare Rotor Prepared for Extended Storage

 

Baseplate

 

kg

 

48

 

Months (4.4.3.10)

 

Miscellaneous

 

kg

 

49

 

Total Shipping Weight

 

kg

50

   

51

REMARKS

 

52

 

53

 

54

 

55

 
 

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CUSTOMARY UNITS
Page 1 of 3
ISSUE
APPROVED
ISSUE
APPROVED
JOB NO.
ITEM NO.
1
3
P.O. NO.
DATE
2
4
REQUISITION NO.
INQUIRY NO.
APPLICABLE TO:
PROPOSAL
PURCHASE
FOR
AS BUILT
UNIT
SITE
NO. REQUIRED
SERVICE
DRIVEN EQUIPMENT
MANUFACTURER
MODEL
SERIAL NO.
NOTE; INDICATES INFORMATION TO BE COMPLETED BY PURCHASER
BY MANUFACTURER
1
OPERATING CONDITIONS
PERFORMANCE
POWER
SPEED
OPERATING POINT
HAND VALVES OPEN
OPERATING POINT
bhp
rpm
STEAM CONDITION
(3.4.1.4)
STEAM RATE
lb/hp • h
2
Normal
Normal/Normal
(Certified SR)
3
Rated
Rated/Normal
1
4
Other (2.1.4)
Rated/Min. Inlet-
5
Max. Exhaust
2
6
DUTY, SITE, AND UTILITY DATA
APPLICABLE SPECIFICATION
7
Application is (Spared/Unspared)
EGE 15-B-7, Other
8
Slow Roll Reqd (2.10.4)
Hand Valves Reqd (3.4.1.4)
9
Duty:
Continuous
Standby
CONSTRUCTION
10
Unattended Auto. Start (2.1.6)
Turbine Type:
Horizontal
Vertical
11
Location (2.1.14):
Indoor
Heated
No. Stages
12
Outdoor
Roof
Unheated
Without Roof
Rotor:
Blading:
Built-Up
2 Row
Solid
Wheel Diam, in.
Overhung
Between Brgs
13
Ambient Temp, ºF: Min.
Max.
Re-entry
14
Unusual Conditions:
Dust
Salt Atmosphere
Casing Split:
Axial
3 Row
Radial
15
(2.11.1.7)
Other
Casing Support:
Centerline
Foot
16
Electrical Area (2.1.13) Class.
Group
Div
Vertical Jackscrews (2.1.16)
17
Nonhazardous
Vertical Turbine Flange:
18
Control Power:
Volt
Phase
Hertz
NEMA "P" Base
Other (2.4.9)
19
Aux Motors:
Volt
Phase
Hertz
Trip Valve:
Integral
Separate
20
Cooling Water:
Press., psig
P, psi
Interstage Seals:
Labyrinth
Carbon
21
Flow, US gpm
T, ºF
dBA @
End Seals:
Carbon Ring, No./Box
22
Allow. Sound Press. Level
ft
Labyrinth
Material
23
STEAM CONDITIONS
Blade Tip Seals
24
MAX.
NORM
MIN.
25
Inlet Press., psig
Type Radial Bearings (2.9.1)
Type Thrust Bearing (2.9.2)
26
Inlet Temp, ºF
Thrust Collar (2.9.7.2):
Replaceable
Integral
None
27
Exhaust Press. (psig)(in. Hg abs)
Lube Oil Viscosity (2.10.3) ISO Grade
28
Steam Contaminants (2.11.1.7)
29
TURBINE DATA
Lubrication: Ring Oiled
Flinger
Pressure
Purge Oil Mist
Grease
Pure Oil Mist
30
Allow. Speeds, rpm: Max.
Min.
Bearing Housing Seals
31
Max. Cont Speed, rpm (1.4.7)
Plugged
32
Trip Speed, rpm
Blade Tip Velocity, fps
Bearing Housing Water Jacket
REMARKS
33
First Critical Speed, rpm (2.8.2.1)
34
Exhaust Temp, ºF
Normal
No Load
35
Potential Max. Power, bhp (1.4.19)
36
Max. Nozzle Steam Flow, lb/h
CASING DESIGN
INLET
EXHAUST
37
Rotation Facing Governor End:
CCW
CW
Max. Allow. Press, psig
38
Driven Equipment Thrust, lb (2.9.8)
Max. Allow. Temp, ºF
39
(Vertical Turbine) (2.9.3)
Hydro Test Pressure, psig
40
Water Piping Furnished by
Vendor
Others
41
Oil Piping Furnished by
Vendor
Others
42

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1 MATERIALS ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT BY VENDOR 2 High-pressure Casing Grade Remote Trip Solenoid 3 Exhaust
1
MATERIALS
ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT BY VENDOR
2
High-pressure Casing
Grade
Remote Trip
Solenoid
3
Exhaust Casing
Grade
4
Nozzles
Grade
Vacuum Breaker (3.4.2.9)
Steam Sealing System (2.7.5)
Automatic
5
Blading
Grade
Gland Vacuum Device with (2.7.4):
6
Wheels
Grade
Water Eductor
Steam Ejector
7
Shaft
Grade
8
Oil Pumps
Grade
Gland Condenser Mounted by (2.7.4)
Insulation (3.7.1): Type
Removable Blanket
9
Shaft Coating Under Packing (2.6.2.3)
Tachometer (3.4.4.1): Type
10
Material
Mfr
Model
11
Application Method
12
Thickness
Mounted by
Other Switches and Control Devices by Vendor (3.4.5.1)
13
Gov Valve Trim
14
Gov Linkage Joints
15
Inlet Strainer
Mesh Size
Local Gage Board with Following Pressure Gages:
16
Coupling Hub
Spacer
17
Diaphragm
Throttle Steam
Nozzle Ring
First Stage
Exhaust
18
Oil-filled Type Gages (3.4.4.4)
19
Instrument Panel (3.4.3.2.1):
20
CONNECTIONS (2.4.1)
Basemount
Freestanding
21
Mating Parts
Governor Type:
Oil Relay
Hydr
Electrical
A
D
22
Size
Rating
Facing
Position
Furnished (2.4.6.5)
NEMA Class.:
23
Inlet
Speed Changer:
Manual
Pneu
Electrical (3.4.2.3)
24
Exhaust
Manufacturer
Model
25
Drains
26
27
CONTROLLED
OPERATING
CONTROL
28
COUPLINGS (3.2)
SEE SEPARATE DATA SHEET
VARIABLE
RANGE
SIGNAL
29
TURBINE
DRIVEN
Speed
to
rpm
to
psig/mA
30
Manufacturer
to
rpm
to
psig/mA
31
Model/Size
EXTERNAL LUBE OIL SYSTEM
32
Lubrication/Dry Type
33
Service Factor
Circulating (2.10.5)
Vendor Furnish System for:
Pressure (2.10.6)
Turbine
34
Rating, bhp/100 rpm
Other
35
Spacer Length
Oil System to Be:
Separate Console
36
Furnished by
Mounted to Turbine Baseplate
EGE 15-B-9
37
Driver Half Mounted by (3.2.1)
Oil System to Include Following Equipment: (2.10.5) (2.10.7)
38
Dynamic Balance (3.2.8):
Class 9
Other
Standby Oil Pump:
Type Driver
39
Coupling per API 671
40
Turbine Shaft:
Taper
Straight
Hydraulic Fit Hub
Low Oil Press. Alarm Switch
Low Oil Press. Trip Switch
41
Heater (2.10.8):
Electric
Steam
42
MOUNTING PLATES
Oil Drains:
Sight Flow Indicators
Temp Indicators
43
Type: (3.3.1.1)
Baseplate
44
Furnished by:
Turbine Vendor
Soleplate (3.3.1.1)
Drive Equipment Vendor
Main Oil Pump Driven by Turbine/Gear Shaft
Single/Dual Coolers
45
Other
Filter:
Mfr
Micron.
46
Equipment to be Mounted: (3.3.2.1)
Model
Element
47
Turbine
Generator
Gear
48
Pump
Other
49
Ungrouted Baseplate (3.3.2.6)
50
Epoxy Grout (3.3.1.25)
51
Mounting Plate to Be Furnished with:
52
Deckplate Over All Walk Areas (3.3.2.5)
53
Subsole Plates (3.3.2.3)
Other
54
Drip Rim
Drip Pan
55

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Page 3 of 3

1

 

VIBRATION AND POSITION DETECTORS (3.4.6)

   

TESTS (4.3)

 

2

Furnish provisions for mounting noncontacting vibration

   

REQD

 

WIT

OBSVD (4.1.4)

3

probes. (2.9.21)

 

Hydrostatic (4.3.2.1)

 

4

Furnish Axial Position Probes

No. of Probes

 

Mech Run (4.3.3)

5

Manufacturer .

 

Model

 

Bearing Oil Flow

 

 
   

6

Furnish Radial Probes

No. of Probes per Bearing

   

(4.3.3.1.2)

 

7

Manufacturer

 

Model

 

Performance (4.3.4.1)

 
 

8

Furnish Vel/Acc Transducers

No. per Bearing

 

Complete Unit (4.3.4.2)

9

Manufacturer

 

Model

 

Gear (4.3.4.3)

 

 
   

10

 

TURBINE

DRIVEN EQUIP

 

Sound Level (4.3.4.4)

 

11

Vib/Axial Monitors:

 

VENDOR

VENDOR

PURCHASER

Oil System

 

12

Furnished by:

 

 

Control Panel

 

13

Mounted by:

Residual Unbal Check

14

See separate data sheets for details.

 

Electrical & Mech Runout

15

   

16

 

17

 

18

 

ENGINEERING REQUIREMENTS

 

19

Supply engr data for lateral/torsional analyses. (2.8.1.7)

   

DATA REQUIREMENTS (5)

 

20

Calcs and/or Data for Separation Margin (2.8.2.2)

 

Proposal for multistage units to include curve of steam flows vs power for various hand valve settings. (5.1.d) Contract Data to Include Performance Curves for: (5.2.3) Steam Flow vs Power First Stage Pressure vs Steam Flow

 

21

Torsional Vibration Analysis (2.8.3.5)

 

22

Weight of Half Keys (2.8.4.2)

 

23

Lateral Analysis per Appendix B (2.8.2.1)

 

24

Submit Campbell and Goodman diagrams. (5.2.4.2)

 

25

REMARKS

 

Vendor to submit mechanical run

6

weeks prior to testing.

 

26

 

Require Certified Copies of the Following:

 

27

     

28

 

INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS

   

Mill and Chemical Data (Casing, T&T Valve, & Rotor) Shop Test Data Final Assembly Records (Clearances) Certified Test Data Before Shipment

29

 

Mag

Dye

Radio-

Ultra-

   

30

Component

 

Part.

Penet

Graphic

Sonic

Obsvd

WIT

31

T&T Valve

 

X

     

 

Rotor Balance Correction

 

32

Steam Chest

X

     

 

Hydrotest

 

33

Casing

 

X

     

REMARKS

 

34

Piping

         

 

35

Rotor

       

X

36

         

37

         

38

Charpy "V" impact test for casing materials.

 

39

REMARKS

 

40

 

41

   

WEIGHTS

 

42

 

Turbine

 

kg

43

 

PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT

 

Rotor

kg

44

Turbine, Aux Equipment, and Spare Rotor Prepared for: (4.4.1)

 

Turbine Upper Half Casing

 

kg

 

45

Domestic Shipment

Export Shipment

   

kg

 

46

Turbine Prepared for Extended Storage

 

Months

Max. Maintenance (Identify) T&T Valve

 

kg

 

47

Spare Rotor Prepared for Extended Storage

 

Baseplate

 

kg

 

48

 

Months (4.4.3.10)

 

Miscellaneous

 

kg

 

49

 

Total Shipping Weight

 

kg

50

   

51

REMARKS

 

52

 

53

 

54

 

55