Training and Development
- Applications and configurations categorized by system
- Gas turbine components – physical and dimensional information
- Gas Turbine Systems – variable geometry
- Gas turbine Systems – electro-hydraulic
- Gas turbine Systems – control
- Gas turbine Systems – modes of operation
- Monitoring of gas turbine performance analysis using run data
- Analysis of machine performance using data logged from the control system
- Study of the fuel control system and the sequencing stages
- Study of the servo controllers, function and operation
- Study of the auxiliary systems
- Troubleshooting performance issues during Start, Acceleration, FSNL, Load and Stop sequence
- Generator basics
- Generator protection basics
- Power calculations, power factor
- Generator startup sequencing
- Grid connection and synchronizing systems
- Loading systems and philosophy
- Concept of vibration
- Study of displacement – measurement, calculations
- Study of velocity – measurement, calculations
- Study of acceleration – measurement, calculations
- Vibration detection and display general – Bentley Nevada
- Bentley Nevada rack configuration and injection testing
- Rockwell AB Logix 5000 designer overview
- Rack configuration and development of a project architecture
- Communications – ControlNet, DeviceNet , Ethernet, Hart
- Loading and saving programs
- Forcing points
- Developing control routines in ladder/function block
- Developing tasks
- Scheduling tasks
- Scheduling ControlNet
- Running and debugging programs
- In house basic training for Dynamic Controls’ engineers and technicians
- Basic field instrumentation
- General discussion on the concepts
- Instrumentation ranges and development of limits
- Pressure instrumentation
- Temperature instrumentation
- Speed instrumentation
- Vibration instrumentation
- Flow instrumentation
- LVDT, RVDT and general servo system concepts
- Configuration of PLC analog inputs using AOI
- Configuration and testing of VBV VSV and IGV
- Configuration and testing of fuel controllers and high-speed valve positioning
- Overview of generator excitation
- Rotating exciter and brushless applications
- Static excitation systems
- RDEX 2 training
- RDEX 5 training
- RDEX 10 training
- DECS training – DECS 250/400
- Project management
- Cost benefit analysis
- Demolition drawings
- Red line drawings
- White line drawings
Development and delivery of effective training after commissioning is a key element in the success of Dynamic Controls Canada Inc.
Whether it is a power generator, gas turbine or PLC control system, we know what’s inside, how it works and more importantly, the best way to deliver the information to your staff.
Dynamic Controls Canada Inc. will customize any training solution to meet your goals.
The development of complete training programs and customized training manuals is an integral part of our business. We integrate the various technical manuals and documentation you may have, and design clear, comprehensive training materials for your operators.
Our approach is top-down and gives the student an overview of the process and the technical solution implemented.
Dynamic Controls Canada Inc. works closely with other system integrators and controls system retrofitting companies on the development of their training material. We understand the various control platforms and have the knowledge and expertise to produce accurate technical training material in an accessible design for you and your employees.
A direct training option is offered as part of our control system retrofit packages where we provide on-site training at your location. Conducted prior to installation as an introduction to the new equipment, this training prepares all students for participation in the testing and commissioning phase.
After installation and prior to commissioning, students are given hands-on training in programming, calibration, troubleshooting and testing in a simulation environment and followed by training on the live system, if required.
Our instructors approach training from the top-down. This allows a degree of flexibility in the presentations and provides the students with a clear overview of the system and subsystems as they progress through the materials. Final training is hands-on and includes the practical application of procedures and tasks.