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Geregu II

Geregu II GTPP / NIA805


3 x SSC5-2000E

Basic Operation Training


General Introduction
Volume 1-

Basic Operation Training

Introduction

BOT for Combined Cycle Power Plants

Table of contents:
Page
1.

Basic configuration

04

2.

KKS

12

3.

Siemens Documentation Structure

28

BOT for Combined Cycle Power Plants (CCPP)

1. Basic configuration

Comprehensive portfolio and services:


from primary energy to power distribution

Main components of a power plant


(example single shaft)
Filter, Metering &
Gas Preheating
HRSG
Feedwater Pumps
Workshop and Storage
Building
Turbine Building

Control Room and


Administration Building
Emergency Diesel

Gas Reducing
Raw/Fire Water
Power Control Center

Demin Water
Demin Water Plant

Laboratory

Generator Breaker
Transformer

Siemens combined cycle power plants:


Development of efficiency
SGT5-2000E
(V94.2)

SGT5-4000F
(V94.3A)

SGT5-4000F
(V94.3A)

SGT5-8000H

> 52%

> 56%

> 58%

> 60%

CC efficiency

CC efficiency

CC efficiency

CC efficiency

CCPP Killingholme,
2 x 450 MW

1992

CCPP Didcot B 1, 2,
710 MW + 702 MW

1996

CCPP Mainz-Wiesbaden,
> 400 MW

2001

CCPP Irsching 4,
> 530 MW

2011

Why Combined Cycle Power Plant ?


The advantage of CCPP

Plant principle CCPP (single shaft)

Plant principle CCPP (multi shaft, simplified)


Gas turbine
Electrical
power

GT-generator
Heat recovery
steam generator

Steam turbine
ST-generator
Steam

Condenser

Water

Combined cycle reference power plants


Single Shaft
50 Hz:

60 Hz:

SCC5-1000F 1S

SCC6-1000F 1S

SCC5-3000E 1S

SCC6-4000F 1S

SCC5-4000F 1S

SCC6-6000G 1S

SCC5-8000H 1S
SCC = Siemens Combined Cycle
SSC = Siemens Simple Cycle

Multi Shaft
50 Hz:

60 Hz:

SSC5-2000E

SCC6-4000F 2x1

SCC5-3000E 2x1

SCC6-5000F 1x1 / 2x1

SCC5-4000F 2x1

SCC6-6000G 2x1

Combined Cycle Power Plants (single shaft)


Arrangement of the different scopes of supply

Entire Power Plant

Turnkey

Power
Power Island
Island
Buildings and structures
Cranes
Cooling water systems
Electrical equipment
Power block controls
Fire fighting systems
Water treatment, raw / waste water treatment
Errection / Commissioning
Options

BOT for Combined Cycle Power Plants

2. KKS

Purpose of KKS
The Identification System for Power Stations KKS (Kraftwerks Kennzeichen System)
serves to:
identify plants
sections of plants
items of equipment

in any type of power station, according to:


task
type
location

It is to be used by all engineering disciplines for


planing
licensing
construction
operation and maintenance

Requirements on KKS
Requirements on KKS:
Uniform identification for all types of power station and any connected processes
Sufficient capacity and detail for identification of all system, components and structures
Consistent identification for planning, licensing, construction, operation, maintenance and waste
management
Consideration of national and international standards
Non-language-basewd coding to ensure international usability
Application in computer processing

Types of identification codes


Process-related identification
Process-related identification of systems and items of equipment according to their functions in
mechanical, civil, electrical and control and instrumentation engineering

Location identification
Identification of locations in structures, on floors and in rooms and also of fire areas and
topographical stipulations (surface area grid)

Point of installation identification


Identification of points of installation of electrical and control and Instrumentation devices in
installation units (e.g. in cabinets, panels, consoles)

Process related identification

Process related identification

Process related identification

Process related identification

Location identification

Location identification

Location identification

Point of installation identification

The mounting space code. which is preceded by a full


stop symbol, specifies the exact installation location
by means of coordinates.
The coordinates are established in the following
manner:
The height of a mounting space, for instance, in a
control cabinet, is divided into several identically sized
installation levels. Each installation level is identified
with a letter from top to bottom beginning with A. This
letter specifies the first position in the coordinate. It is
highlighted in orange In the graphic.
If an installation level is divided horizontally, these
divisions are likewise assigned letters, also beginning
with the letter A. This letter specifies the second
position in the coordinate; it is highlighted in green in
the graphic.
The three characters identify the slot in an installation
level and are numbered from left to right beginning with 001

Use of KKS in P&I Diagrams (P&ID)

Advanced use of KKS in P&IDs (for measurements)

-Temperature measurement
-Indication
-Registration
-Alarming
-Protection (trip) on >max (Z+)

(1)

(2)

(3)

Use of KKS in Function Charts (FUP)

BOT for Combined Cycle Power Plants

3. Siemens
Documentation Structure

Overall documentation structure

Overall documentation structure


Operating Manual (Overall Plant) - TO
The Operating Manual contains necessary information for the staff operating the power plant as
overall plant.

Operating & Maintenance Documentation - TP


The Operating & Maintenance Documentation comprises technical documents and data required for
the description of :
the set-up and functioning of power plant components and systems
the operation and maintenance.

Erection & Commissioning Manuals - TE


Compilation of requirements for the :
Civil engineering
Initial erection and
Initial commissioning of power plants or power plant components.

The manuals are prepared for the customer according to Siemens Energy scope of supply and
services, where appropriate, including the documents from contractors.

Overall documentation structure


Site Documentation TS
The site documentation comprises :
the proofs
Protocols
Certificates
Etc.

arising during initial erection and initial commissioning in the form of quality records.

The structuring characteristics are the same as those for the operating & maintenance manuals.

Documentation sections

Operation & Maintenance manual identification


10/20 .KKS TP 8. 02+

File Ident
Volume comprises several files,
here: 3rd file, at least 1 more file follows
stands for mechanical systems and
components
means "Operation and maintenance
manual"

Manual Group Ident


T = Technical Customer
Documentation
Volume Ident
KKS identifies volumes including possible
redundancies
Note:
QC-Documentation may be issued as a "separate
Volume" of the component manual Identification:
10/20 . KKS . TP8 . QC . 03+
Drawing packages may be issued as "separate
volumes" (e.g.: "ready for construction" or "Asbuilt").
Identification:
10/20 . KKS . TP8 . DWG . 03+ or
10/20 . KKS . TP8 . ASB . 03+

Unit Ident
here: manual (volume) for identical
components installed in Units 10
and 20