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INDEX

 

PAGE NO

1.0

INTRODUCTION

4

1.1

PURPOSE

4

1.2

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

5

2.0

SYSTEM ARCHITCTURE

6

3.0

OPERATOR INFORMATION

8

3.1

VISUAL ALARM ANNUNCIATION SYSTEM FACIA

8

3.2

CONSOLE TILES FOR INDICATION

8

3.3

CONSOLE INDICATIONS AND OPERATING PUSHBUTTONS

8

3.4

HMI OWS IN PL-09 AND OIC 5 & 6

10

4.0

FAULT DIAGNOSTICS

12

4.1

PROCESS ALARMS

12

4.2

DIAGNOSTIC SIGNALS

15

5.0

ABBREVIATIONS USED

18

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

The subsystem Electro-Hydraulic Turbine Controller (EHTC) is envisaged with two main components

a) The control implementation which generates valve lift set point for the Two Electro Hydraulic Converters EHC-1 and EHC-2. This control implementation consists of Process controls (Speed Control, Valve Lift Control, Main steam Minimum Pressure Control) and two independent Position Controllers driving each of EHC’s. Both the controls are identical to each other.

(This electronic controller part is envisaged in cabinet CJJ01) See fig-1 Page 19 of 24.

b) A Hydraulic system, which positions the valves according to lift Signal, consisting of EHC-1 & EHC-2 and their follow up pistons and servo-motors.

For details of interconnection of electronic controller with hydraulic system, refer document “Write up on Electro- Hydraulic Turbine controller (EHTC)” Doc. No. 41330000486 (NPC Drg. No. TAPP4/64110/5526/DN)

1.1 Purpose:

This

document

details

the

implementation in following areas:

information

about

EHTC

- Subsystem / system architecture

- Operator Interfaces viz. Visual alarm annunciation facia Control tiles in MCR panel PL-10 Operator Work Station in MCR panel PL-09 MMI OWS in OIC 5 & 6 Process Status & Process Faults

- Detailed information on Process Faults, Fault Diagnosis & alarm tracing and identifying the cause of alarm for Electro-Hydraulic Turbine Controller Subsystem.

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1.2 Reference documents The documents related to EHTC subsystems and assisting this document are listed as below:

a) “Write up on Electro- Hydraulic Turbine controller (EHTC)” Doc. No. 41330000486 (NPC Drg. No. TAPP4/64110/5526/DN/R0)

b) “Hardware Design Document for EHTC” Doc No. TW/409/1068 (NPC Drg. No. TAPP4/64110/5873/DN/R0)

c) “Software Design Document for EHTC” Doc No. TW/409/1057 (NPC Drg. No. TAPP4/64110/5860/DN/R0)

d) “SIGNAL FLOW DIAGRAM DRG No. 031028SFS105 (NPC DRG.

TAPP4/64110/5731/WD)

e) “CUBICLE & RACK DIAGRAM” DRG No. 3-656-00-01746 (NPC DRG. TAPP4/64110/5728/GA)

f) “Function Control Diagram” Drg. No. ED031027FC105 (NPC DRG No.TAPP4/64110/5730/ED)

g) “EPROM LISTING FOR CJJ01” Doc No. 1001.TCD (NPC DRG

No.TAPP4/64110/5727/ED)

h) “MEMORY MAPPING” For STATION S105

i) “PARAMETER LISTING” For STATION S105

j) “Test and Setting Instructions” for Cabinet CJJ01, Doc. No.

TI/409/656/01/1006.

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2.0 SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

Control implementation in CJJ01 cabinet comprises of the following 2 parts:

1. PROCONTROL IMPLEMENTATION: The process controller system function Electro hydraulic Turbine control System is implemented as a single local bus design in PROCONTROL P13. This part comprises of following functions:

a) INPUT ACQUISITION: Speed, load, SGPC Output and Pressure deviation signals are taken

o

Speed actual 1,2 & 3 signals are connected to three different modules Location BA17, CA17 & DA17 Input Module EI05

o

Load actual 1,2 & 3 signals are connected to three different modules Location CA31, CA33 & CA35 Input Module EA02

o

SGPC control O/P 1 & 2 are connected to separate modules Location CA31 & CA33 Input Module EA02

o

Pressure deviation 1 & 2 are connected to separate modules Location CA31 & CA33 Input Module EA02

b) PROCESSING: Field signals acquisition, Limit Value generation & Controller implementations:

o

Speed, load, SGPC deviation and pressure deviation signals are taken and processed in Two out of Three (2V3) or One out of Two (1V2) fashion, as applicable. Required limit values as well as indication signals are generated.

o

Speed Controller implementation

o

Load Controller implementation

o

Pressure Controller - HP implementation

o

Control Selection implementation

c) OUTPUT GENERATION: for position controllers and General alarms & COIS interface for TG package controls (hardwired group alarms)

2. NON-PROCONTROL IMPLEMENTATION: Hardware Position Controller for both the EHC’s. This hardware control section is envisaged in Rack “EA” of cabinet CJJ01.

The signal from control selection circuit (envisaged in Part 1 of above) is outputted in 2 sets of 3 channels. Middle out of three Position references is selected by voting module.

The system has 2 position measurements for each EHC and MAX of these positions is outputted to the Position controller.

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The EHC position controller is a PID controller. Control deviation is derived from position set point and actual lift and forms the input to controller. The output is given to Plunger coil of EHC. The short circuit or grounding of coil is annunciated as Plunger coil fault.

In case of open circuit of plunger coil of one of the EHC, other EHC position controller determines the EHC position.

The interface of Position controllers for EHC-1 & EHC-2 is shown in fig-1 Page 19 of 24.

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3.0 OPERATOR INFORMATION

The plant operations are carried out from MCR 6610 – PL - 10 panel and HMI OWS in MCR 6610 - PL - 09 and OIC 5 & 6. For operating procedures, refer document “Write up on Electro- Hydraulic Turbine controller (EHTC)” Doc. No. 41330000486 (NPC Drg. No. TAPP4/64110/5526/DN/R0).

The information available to operator can be broadly categorized into following:

3.1 VISUAL ALARM ANNUNCIATION SYSTEM FACIA

This is available at the top of MCR 6610 – PL - 10 panel. The window corresponding to this sub-system is “EHC SYSTEM TROUBLE” (Annunciation No. 1036, COIS No. 7036, Window No. Y16)

3.2 CONSOLE TILES FOR INDICATION

Digital speed indicator: indicates Turbine actual speed Upper Temperature Margin indicator: indicates upper temperature margin range 0-150 deg K Lower Temperature Margin indicator: indicates lower temperature margin range 0-150 deg K These are located in Top vertical portion of MCR panel

MCR 6610 – PL - 10 VERTICAL PORTION

088

088

088
088

000

100

CD

BW

BA

3.3 CONSOLE INDICATIONS AND OPERATING PUSHBUTTONS

1. Console indicators for Process Parameters

! LIFT RATE 0-10% /min

! DEVIATION LIFT CONTROL +/- 100%

! HP GOV V1 POSITION 0-100%

! LIFT SET POINT 0-100%

! LIFT SET POINT DELAYED 0-100%

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! LIFT SET POINT MAX 0-100%

! HP GOV V2 POSITION 0-100%

! SPEED SET POINT 0-100%

! SPEED SET POINT SPREAD SCALE 0-100%

! SPEED SET POINT DELAYED 0-100%

! DEVIATION PRESSURE CONTROL +/- 50%

! STARTING DEVICE POSITION 0-100%

! SPEEDER GEAR POSITION 0-100%

2. Process Status Console Indications

! ESV 1 OPEN / CLOSE

! ESV 2 OPEN / CLOSE

! LIFT SET POINT MANUAL / AUTO

! LIFT GRADIENT ON /OFF

! LIFT CONTROL ON /OFF

! REFERENCE LIMITER STOP

! SYNCHRONIZER ON / OFF

! SYNCHRONIZER REL / LOCKED

! SYNCHRONIZER BLOCKED / STARTED

! PRES CTRL IN ACTION / LIFT CTRL IN ACTION / SPD CTRL IN ACTION

! TSE INFLUENCE ON / OFF

3. Operating Pushbuttons

! LIFT RATE ON / OFF

! LIFT RATE RAISE / LOWER

! TSE INFLUENCE ON / OFF

! LIFT SET POINT MANUAL / AUTO

! LIFT CONTROL ON /OFF

! LIFT SET POINT RAISE / LOWER

! LIFT SET POINT MAX RAISE / LOWER

! SPEED SET POINT RAISE / LOWER

! STARTING DEVICE OPEN / CLOSE

! SPEEDER GEAR OPEN / CLOSE

! SET POINT CONT SPD LIFT RELEASE

! SYNCHRONIZER REL / LOCK

! SYNCHRONIZER ON / OFF

These are located in the Horizontal portion of MCR panel

MCR 661 – PL - 10 HORIZONTAL PORTION

Horizontal portion of MCR panel MCR 661 – PL - 10 HORIZONTAL PORTION 000 088 100

000

088

100

AS

AA

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3.4 HMI OWS IN PL-09 AND OIC 5 & 6

1. PLANT PICTURE NO P501: TURBINE CYCLE This plant picture shows overall Steam path and Parameters of Inlet Steam, Reheat Steam, Extraction Steam & Turbine Exhaust. Main Control Valves (Governing Valve) & CSDVs positions alongwith command for Extraction valves are also given on this picture. Refer fig-3 Page 21 of 24.

2. PLANT PICTURE NO P513: EHTC This Plant Picture is configured for operator’s use during rolling, synchronising, loading by Lift control, loading / unloading by minimum pressure control, Plant shutdown, Load throw off and other conditions. This Plant picture comprises of all Governing Parameters & status viz. SPEED SET POINT, SPEED SET POINT DELAYED, SPEED CONTROLLER OUTPUT, LIFT RATE, LIFT SET POINT, LIFT SET POINT DELAYED, SGPC OUTPUT CH 1 & CH2, DEVIATION LIFT CONTROL, LIFT SET POINT MAX, SGPC PR DEVIATION CH1 & CH2, DEVIATION PRESSURE CONTROL, MIN PRESSURE CONTROLLER OUTPUT, GOVERNER’s OUTPUT to POSITION CONTROLLER, EHC 1 POSN 1 & 2, EHC 2 POSN 1 & 2, HP GOV V1 POSITION, HP GOV V2 POSITION, STARTING DEVICE POSITION, SPEEDER GEAR POSITION, TEMP MARGIN UPPER / LOWER, LOAD MARGIN UPPER / LOWER, ESV 1 OPEN / CLOSE, ESV 2 OPEN / CLOSE, LIFT SET POINT MANUAL / AUTO, LIFT GRADIENT

ON /OFF, LIFT CONTROL ON /OFF, REFERENCE LIMITER STOP, PRES CTRL IN ACTION / LIFT CTRL IN ACTION / SPD CTRL IN ACTION,TSE

INFLUENCE ON / OFF, EHTS SYSTEM TROUBLE and command operations viz. LIFT RATE ON / OFF,LIFT RATE RAISE / LOWER, TSE INFLUENCE ON / OFF, LIFT SET POINT MANUAL / AUTO, LIFT CONTROL ON /OFF, LIFT SET POINT RAISE / LOWER, LIFT SET POINT MAX RAISE / LOWER, SPEED SET POINT RAISE / LOWER, STARTING DEVICE OPEN / CLOSE, SPEEDER GEAR OPEN / CLOSE. Links are available to jump to Plant Schematics-

! P501: TURBINE CYCLE

! P502: TSE METAL TEMPERATURES

! P542: EHC SYSTEM TROUBLE

! P543: TURBINE STARTUP

! P523: TURB STARTUP / SHUTDOWN

! P515: TURBINE TRIP STATUS Refer fig-4 Page 22 of 24.

3. PLANT PICTURE NO P542: EHC SYSTEM TROUBLE Upon occurrence of alarm “EHC SYSTEM TROUBLE” on Plant schematic P513, operator can click and come to this Plant schematic. This Plant Schematic shows all the individual components leading to group alarm “EHC SYSTEM TROUBLE” for the ease of

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tracing the root cause of alarm. Apart from this it also shows vital governing parameters like SPEED ACTUAL CH1, CH2 & CH3, LOAD

ACTUAL CH1, CH2 & CH3, SGPC OUTPUT CH 1 & CH2, SGPC PR DEVIATION Ch1 & Ch2, EHC 1 POSN 1 & 2 and EHC 2 POSN 1 & 2. Operator can go back to P513: EHTC Plant schematic from here. Refer fig-5 Page 23 of 24.

4. PLANT PICTURE NO P543: TURBINE STARTUP This Plant schematic configured for operator’s use for Resetting turbine for startup after a Trip has occurred. This comprises of Aux Startup Fluid, Aux Trip Fluid, Startup Fluid, Aux secondary Fluid parameters and status for Turbine Trip and HP ESV 1 & 2. Command for STARTING DEVICE OPEN / CLOSE & SPEEDER GEAR OPEN / CLOSE and position for both is also shown on this Plant schematic. Operator can go back to P513: EHTC & P523: TURB STARTUP / SHUTDOWN Plant schematics from here. Refer fig-6 Page 24 of 24.

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4.0 FAULT DIAGNOSTICS

Fault Diagnostics of Input, Process and output signals are divided into two parts -:

Process Faults -:

Module Diagnostic Faults -:

These alarms are related to Process Parameters and are Logged on HMI with Time stamp. Refer details given in sec. 4.1 This refers to remote monitoring of Module Faults. Refer details given in sec. 4.2

4.1 PROCESS ALARMS / FAULTS

Following process alarms are generated in EHTC subsystem

1. Actual Positions of EHC 1 & 2’ signal input fault

2. “Plunger Coil Fault’ of EHC 1 & 2

3. ‘Deviation among two positions > 3%’ for EHC 1 & 2

4. Speed Acquisition FAULT

5. Load Measurement Deviation

6. Pressure Deviation Faulty

7. ‘H ref – H act ’ for EHC 1 & 2 > 3%

8. SGPC Output Faulty

Any of these signals results in a group alarm “EHC SYSTEM

TROUBLE”. The group alarm is made available to COIS as well as Alarm

Annunciation Facia.

MMI with time stamping.

Group as well as individual alarm is also logged in

These alarms are generated in IdLoop 00MAY01DU005 for details please refer “Function Control Diagram” Drg. No. ED031027FC105 (NPC DRG No.TAPP4/64110/5730/ED) and “Software Design Document for EHTC” Doc No. TW/409/1057 (NPC Drg. No.

TAPP4/64110/5860/DN).

ALARM / FAULT TRACING

1. Actual Positions of EHC 1 & 2’ signal input fault

00MAX45CG001A XQ07 00MAX45CG001K XQ07 00MAX45CG002A XQ07 00MAX45CG002K XQ07

are connected to location EA30, EA01, EA12 & EA14 respectively. Power supply to LVDT transmitter Open-circuit is detected and it is annunciated as module fault. This makes one of the components of Group alarm- EHC Trouble. Check for wiring and sensor correctness. Still fault persisting then change the module with

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spare one. The module address and all the switch settings shall be made in the line with previous module as per test and setting instructions.

2. “Plunger Coil Fault’ of Electro Hydraulic Converter 1 & 2 This alarm comes on coil fault of Electro Hydraulic Converter or grounding of coil. Check for circuit healthiness. Even then fault is persisting, check for Respective AVLAA module at EA09 or EA22. This module generates Plunger Coil Faults when either of the floating outputs driving the EHC gets grounded. For

Details on Module, Refer Procontrol module volume 1-6.

data sheets

3. ‘Deviation among two positions > 3%’ for EHC 1 & 2 Each EHC has been provided with 2 positions

Measurements-

00MAX45CG001A XQ01

addr. EE

00MAX45CG001K XQ01

addr. E5

and 00MAX45CG002A XQ01

addr. E6

00MAX45CG002K XQ01

addr. EA

are connected to location CA31, CA35, CA35 & CA33 respectively. Check process values on SK06 kit. Check for module faults and wiring correctness. That particular channel may be checked by feeding 4-20 mAmp signal and checking 0-100%. These signals are generated from AKCAA modules at locations EA30, EA01, EA12 & EA14 respectively. Check for wiring and sensor correctness. Still fault persisting then change the module with spare one. The module address and all the switch settings shall be made in the line with previous module as per test and setting instructions.

4. ‘H ref – H act ’ for EHC 1 & 2 > 3%

The fault tracing and corrective measure for this fault is also the same as given for above point.

5. Speed Acquisition FAULT Speed actual 1,2 & 3 signals are connected to three different modules Location BA17, CA17 & DA17 Input Module EI05 and that is further processed in middle out of three mode so no single point failure results in loss of control. Any channel fault and Deviation fault is annunciated and this make one of the components of Group alarm- EHC Trouble. The signal flow path of Speed signals is shown in fig 2 page 20 of 24.

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If any particular channel is giving different value, check the values at TMR speed measuring rack GA in cabinet CJJ10. If the values are correct there, check the interconnection between CJJ10 and CJJ01 and respective EI05 module.

If TMR speed measuring rack GA in cabinet CJJ10 is also showing different values that indicates problem in TMR speed measuring rack or in Speed Probe itself. For details of Fault Diagnosis refer “O&M instructions for OTSS subsystem (cabinet

CJJ10)”.

6. Load Measurement Deviation Load actual 1,2 & 3 signals are connected to three different modules Location CA31, CA33 & CA35 Input Module EA02 and that is further processed in middle out of three mode so no single failure results in loss of control. Deviation fault is annunciated and this makes one of the components of Group alarm- EHC Trouble. On occurrence of deviation fault, Check process values on SK06 kit. Check for module faults and wiring correctness. That particular channel may be checked by feeding 4-20 mAmp signal and checking 0-100%. If module is faulty, then change the module with spare one. The module address and all the switch settings shall be made in the line with previous module as per test and setting instructions. If the modules are ok, it means that problem is in either CCA09 or CJJ05 panel, where the signal is multiplied and Load measurement Unit LMU is mounted. For details of Fault Diagnosis refer “O&M instructions for cabinet CCA09”.

7. SGPC Pressure Deviation Faulty SGPC Pressure deviation 1 & 2 are connected to separate modules Location CA31 & CA33 Input Module EA02. Any deviation between two channels is annunciated and faulty channel is taken out of control circuits. Either of Input signal faults makes one of the components of Group alarm- EHC Trouble. On occurrence of deviation fault, Check process values on SK06 kit. Check for module faults and wiring correctness. That particular channel may be checked by feeding 4-20 mAmp signal and checking 0-100%. If module is faulty, then change the module with spare one. The module address and all the switch settings shall be made in the line with previous module as per test and setting instructions.

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8. SGPC controller output Faulty SGPC controller O/P 1 & 2 is connected to separate modules Location CA31 & CA33 Input Module EA02. Any deviation between two channels is annunciated and faulty channel is taken out of control circuits. Either of Input signal faults make one of the components of Group alarm- EHC Trouble. On occurrence of deviation fault, Check process values on SK06 kit. Check for module faults and wiring correctness. That particular channel may be checked by feeding 4-20 mAmp signal and checking 0-100%. If module is faulty, then change the module with spare one. The module address and all the switch settings shall be made in the line with previous module as per test and setting instructions.

4.2 MODULE DIAGNOSTIC FAULTS

Diagnostic Station monitors Group Alarms of module faults originating from each Local Bus. Diagnostic Station is connected to all Local Buses through IPB (Intra Plant Bus). It consists of a control hardware consisting of Microcomputer and Local Bus / IPB interface alongwith a Keyboard, Display Monitor and Printer. The course of action in case of fault is given in “Flow chart for Module fault tracing” at page 17 of 24. The following group alarms are sourced from this subsystem, and are annunciated in Diagnostic station. Messages in different colours for specific Group Alarms with Source Local Bus identification and time stamp are displayed on the monitor. These alarms are printed ONLINE on diagnostic station.

The maintenance engineer can further look in the Panel CJJ01 for further tracing of the Cause of Fault.

IF A PARTICULAR MODULE IS FAULTY, THAT SHALL BE REPLACED ON LINE. THE MODULE ADDRESS AND ALL THE SWITCH SETTINGS SHALL BE MADE IN LINE WITH PREVIOUS MODULE AS PER TEST AND SETTING INSTRUCTIONS.

Various Faults (group alarms) displayed at Diagnostic Station are:

SME0

STATION DISTURBANCE (Bk02 module removed) Action: Check for BK02 module at location DA34 in panel CJJ01If inserted properly check for connections as per sheet no 21 of 28 in “CUBICLE & RACK DIAGRAM” DRG No. 3-656-00-01746 (NPC DRG. TAPP4/64110/5728/GA).

SMA

MCC DISTURBANCE

(If STA is wired)

Not Applicable for this subsystem

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SMR

CONTROL DRIVE DISTURBANCE (Analog Drive module: Not Applicable for TAPP)

SMM

TORQUE SWITCH OPERATED (DRIVE MODULE) Not Applicable for this subsystem

SMP3

CONTACT DISTURBANCE (DRIVE MODULE) Not Applicable for this subsystem

SMP2

SENSOR DISTURBANCE (EA04 MODULE- INPUT OPEN) Not Applicable for this subsystem

SMZ

DRIVE MONITORING TIME EXCEEDED (DRIVE MODULE) Not Applicable for this subsystem

SMD1

DRIVE MODULE INPUT DISTURBANCE; DATA MISSING Not Applicable for this subsystem

SMV

INSERTION MONITORING This fault comes when any of the output module, Processing module or speed input module is kept out of it’s rack position.

SMS

DRIVE MODULE SIMULATION AT FRONT PANEL Not Applicable for this subsystem

SMT

TEMPERATURE INADMISSIBLE (>60 DEG C) Action : Check for cabinet temperature and Fan racks. Fans should be always running. Check for Fan supplies as per sheet no 12 & 18 of 28 in “CUBICLE & RACK DIAGRAM” DRG No. 3-656-00-01746 (NPC DRG.

TAPP4/64110/5728/GA)

SME3

SYSTEM REDUNCY DISTURBANCE (70PR05, 70BV05, POWER SUPPLY) Action : Check that both Processors PR05 at location BA01 & BA07 and Bus Traffic Directors at location BA35 & BA34 are healthy. For Details on Module Refer Procontrol module data sheets volume 1-6

SME2

MODULE DISTURBANCE (70PR05 & OUTPUT MODULES) Action : Check for modules at location BA01, BA07, BA20, BA21, CA09, CA10, CA11, CA12, CA19, CA21, CA23, DA01, DA03, DA05, DA07, DA09, DA11, DA13, DA15, DA34, EA01, EA03, EA05, EA07, EA09, EA12, EA14, EA16, EA18, EA20, EA22, EA30, EA32 & EA34. The RED LED at module causing fault will be GLOWING. For Details on Module Refer Procontrol module data sheets volume 1-6.

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SME1

INPUT MODULE DISTURBANCE Action : Check for modules at location BA17, CA06, CA07, CA08, CA13, CA17, CA29, CA31, CA33, CA35, DA17, DA18, DA19 & DA34. The RED LED at module causing fault will be GLOWING. For Details on Module Refer Procontrol module data sheets volume 1-6.

The alarms SME1, SME2, SME3 and BK02 LINE A / LINE B Faults are also logged at MMI system for operator information. Operator shall inform Maintenance Engineer on occurrence of these Faults.

Application specific module wise channel FAULT are listed in section 2.6 of document “Hardware Design Document for EHTC” Doc No. TW/409/1068 (NPC Drg. No. TAPP4/64110/5873/DN).

PROCESS / HARDWARE ALARM

HARDWARE

ALARM

ALARM ON MMI

ALARM ON MMI

ALARM ON MMI
ALARM ON MMI
PROCESS / HARDWARE ALARM HARDWARE ALARM ALARM ON MMI GO TO DIAGNOSTIC STATION SEE THE DISPLAY
GO TO DIAGNOSTIC STATION

GO TO DIAGNOSTIC STATION

GO TO DIAGNOSTIC STATION
GO TO DIAGNOSTIC STATION
SEE THE DISPLAY FOR FAULTS YES
SEE THE
DISPLAY
FOR
FAULTS
YES
GO TO DIAGNOSTIC STATION SEE THE DISPLAY FOR FAULTS YES NO ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER CHECK

NO

ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER
ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER
ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER

ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER

ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER
ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER
DISPLAY FOR FAULTS YES NO ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER CHECK FOR PROCESS VALUE AND DEVICE /
DISPLAY FOR FAULTS YES NO ALARM ON DIAGNOSTIC PRINTER CHECK FOR PROCESS VALUE AND DEVICE /
CHECK FOR PROCESS VALUE AND DEVICE / SENSOR OUTPUT

CHECK FOR PROCESS VALUE AND DEVICE / SENSOR OUTPUT

CHECK FOR PROCESS VALUE AND DEVICE / SENSOR OUTPUT
CHECK FOR PROCESS VALUE AND DEVICE / SENSOR OUTPUT
PRINTER CHECK FOR PROCESS VALUE AND DEVICE / SENSOR OUTPUT RECALIBRATE THE DEVICE IF REQUIRED THE

RECALIBRATE THE DEVICE IF REQUIRED

THE LOCAL BUS ADDRESS AND TYPE OF FAULT WILL BE KNOWN

THE LOCAL BUS ADDRESS AND TYPE OF FAULT WILL BE KNOWN

THE LOCAL BUS ADDRESS AND TYPE OF FAULT WILL BE KNOWN
THE LOCAL BUS ADDRESS AND TYPE OF FAULT WILL BE KNOWN
THE LOCAL BUS ADDRESS AND TYPE OF FAULT WILL BE KNOWN GOTO PANEL FOR THAT LOCAL
GOTO PANEL FOR THAT LOCAL BUS

GOTO PANEL FOR THAT LOCAL BUS

TYPE OF FAULT WILL BE KNOWN GOTO PANEL FOR THAT LOCAL BUS PARTICULAR MODULE RED LED
PARTICULAR MODULE RED LED WILL BE GLOWING

PARTICULAR MODULE RED LED WILL BE GLOWING

PARTICULAR MODULE RED LED WILL BE GLOWING
PARTICULAR MODULE RED LED WILL BE GLOWING
FOR THAT LOCAL BUS PARTICULAR MODULE RED LED WILL BE GLOWING HENCE, FAULT IN MODULE BHEL

HENCE, FAULT IN MODULE

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5.0 Abbreviations used:

ADC

:

Analog to Digital Conversion

TMR

:

Triple Modular redundant

COIS

:

Computerised Operator Information System

DAC

:

Digital to Analog Conversion

EPROM

:

Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

FKB

:

Function Key Board

I/O

:

Input, output

MMI

:

Man Machine Interface

ms

:

Millisecond

EHTC

:

Electro-Hydraulic Turbine Controller

TSE

:

Turbine Stress Evaluator

ATRS

:

Automatic Turbine Run up System

EHC

:

Electro hydraulic converter

MCR

:

Main Control Room

OIC

:

Operator Interface Console

SGPC

:

Steam Generator Pressure Controller

OWS

:

Operator Work Station

CSDV

:

Condenser Steam Dump Valve

1V2

:

One out of Two

2V3

:

Two out of Three

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Fig –3: PLANT SCHEMATIC P501

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Fig –4: PLANT SCHEMATIC P513

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Fig –5: PLANT SCHEMATIC P542

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Fig –6: PLANT SCHEMATIC P543

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