Your team is one of the key investments in ensuring your assets are leveraged for their peak performance. So make sure that they are provided with the skills and knowledge that they need to operate and maintain your assets at their peak efficiency. McHale Performance has conducted heat rate improvement and power plant performance monitoring courses for plant performance engineers and operators. McHale Performance will customize our courses to best suite your unique needs and to cover the particulars of your assets.
Some typical training topics include:
Plant thermodynamic design cycle
Plant efficiency and losses
Impact of operational parameters on heat rate and efficiency
Individual component performance
Review of test codes, instrumentation, methodology and calculations
Plant Performance Modeling
Differences between ASME, ISO, and DIN Standards
Classroom and Hands-On Operator Training:
Typically two days of classroom sessions to discuss course content
Plant lineup walk down
Identify sources of thermal losses
Observe plant operations
One on One Engineer Training:
Review cycle heat balances, thermal kit and other component performance de-sign information
Review component and overall plant testing, plant and performance testing instrumentation, data requirements, test model inputs/outputs, and sensitivity of results to variations in operational parameters.
Results of the training program
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