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SPECIAL-PURPOSE STEAM TURBINES

OCTOBER 1990

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EGE 15-B-8 1990

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. Scope References 3. 4. General Modifications to API Standard 612

1. SCOPE This Guide covers basic requirements for special-purpose mechanical drive steam turbines. 2. REFERENCES The following publications form a part of this Guide. Unless otherwise specified herein, use the latest edition.
Mobil Engineering Guides EGE 00-B-5 EGE 00-B-20 EGE 00-B-21 EGE 00-B-22 EGE 00-C-4 EGE 15-B-4 EGE 15-D-8 EGE 15-B-9 EGE 15-B-11 EGE 15-B-13 EGE 16-B-22 Equipment Sound Levels Pressure Casting Inspection Pressure-Containing Equipment Welding and Weld Inspection Pressure Equipment and Tanks Impact Test Requirements Equipment Purchases General Engineering Requirements Centrifugal Compressors for General Refinery Services Special-Purpose Steam Turbine Data Sheet (a and b) Lube and Seal Oil Systems Special-Purpose Gear Units Special-Purpose Couplings for General Refinery Services Piping Process Equipment

API (American Petroleum Institute) Publications RP 550 Std 601 Std 605 Std 612 Std 614 Std 671 Manual on Installation of Refinery Instrument & Control Systems Metallic Gaskets for Raised-Face Pipe Flanges and Flanged Connections (Double-Jacketed Corrugated and Spiral Wound) Large-Diameter Carbon Steel Flanges Special-Purpose Steam Turbines for Refinery Services Lubrication, Shaft-Sealing, and Control Oil Systems for Special-Purpose Applications Special-Purpose Couplings for Refinery Services

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section VIII, Pressure Vessels, Division 1 Section IX, Welding and Brazing Qualifications NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) Publication SM 23 Steam Turbines for Mechanical Drive Service

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-8 1990 3. GENERAL 3.1 Turbines shall conform to the requirements of API Standard 612 except as modified in Section 4 of this Guide. 3.2 The vendor shall comply with the general requirements of EGE 00-B-5, 00-B-20, 00-B-21, 00-B-22, and 00-C-4, the specific requirements of API Standard 612, EGE 15-D-8 (a or b), and the project specifications. 3.3 For "exceptions" in the vendors proposal, see Section 4 of this Guide [Paragraph 5.1(r)].
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4. MODIFICATIONS TO API STANDARD 612 The following items are amendments to API Standard 612 (Third Edition, 1987). The section and paragraph numbers refer to those given in that standard. NOTE: Paragraphs marked "Purchasers Choice" indicate that a decision has been made and shall require proper notation on EGE 15-D-8.
SECTION 2 BASIC DESIGN

The vendor shall recommend winterization, if needed, on the basis of details given on EGE 15-D-8. A listing of all winterization measures shall be provided with the proposal.

Paragraph 2.1.3 (Modification)


(b) Turbines shall be capable of continuously developing 110 percent of the rated power while operating at that corresponding speed. This condition shall be attained with minimum inlet and maximum exhaust steam conditions as specified on the data sheets. (e) The turbine vendor shall evaluate all operating conditions to determine if the highest torque condition occurs at other than rated power and speed and shall identify the condition in the proposal.

Paragraph 2.1.10 (Modification)


The maximum allowable pressure drop shall read 68.9 kPa (10 psi). The allowable fouling factor on the water side shall read either 0.53 m @K/kw (0.003 h@ft @F/Btu) or as specified on EGE 15-D-8.

Paragraph 2.1.11 (Substitution)


The equipment furnished by the vendor shall conform to the requirements of EGE 00-B-5.

Paragraph 2.1.13 (Purchasers Choice)


The turbine and auxiliary equipment shall be suitable for outdoor installation in a typical process plant. The environmental conditions shall be shown on EGE 15-D-8.

Paragraph 2.1.16 (New)


The turbine shall be equipped with a Type 304L, stainless steel or Monel removable steam strainer in the trip-and-throttle valve. The strainer shall have a minimum effective area twice the pipe cross-sectional area.

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Paragraph 2.1.17 (New)


An in-line cyclone separator (see EGE 16-B-22, Paragraph 5.2.2) shall be furnished by the purchaser and located upstream of the trip-and-throttle valve for all special-purpose steam turbines. The users pipework and the associated pressure drop shall be taken into account.

Paragraph 2.1.18 (New)


Machined flats shall be provided near the bearing housing on each side of the turbine for mounting optical alignment instruments. The area should be of adequate size to allow optical targets in the X, Y, and Z planes. The flats should be as close to the shaft centerline as possible. Where the whole machine system is subject to unavoidable motion, as when being mounted on a flexible substructure, an additional weighted wire system of alignment shall be provided.

Paragraph 2.1.19 (New)


Stationary blading shall be mounted in replaceable diaphragms or blade carriers. The blading, or nozzle, shall be welded into a welded fabricated steel diaphragm. The design in which the blading is cast directly into a cast diaphragm shall not be used. Reaction turbines shall be provided with a complete spare stator assembly. This assembly shall be run with the spare rotor test.

Paragraph 2.2.1 (Addition)


Pressure-containing castings shall be designated as Quality II as defined in Paragraph 4.1(b) of EGE 00-B-20.

Paragraph 2.2.2 (Addition)


For cast materials, the quality factors given in the ASME Code shall be applied. Materials and quality of any welding shall comply with EGE 00-B-20 and Section VIII of the ASME Code. The manufacturers data report forms and stamping, as specified in the ASME Code, are not required. All welding shall conform to the requirements of EGE 00-B-21. Weld joints in pressure castings shall be full penetration welds.

Paragraph 2.2.5 (Substitution)


All joint faces in the turbine casing shall be a flat metal-to-metal tightly made joint. Mobil approval is required prior to using sealing compound. Hydraulic stretch tensioning of casing split-line bolting 50 mm (2 in.) and larger is preferred. When furnished, the vendor shall include the required hydraulic tensioning unit under special tools. Procedures for correct tensioning shall be provided by the vendor.

Paragraph 2.2.7 (Addition)


Turbines shall have center guide keys between the casing and sub-base or foundation. At the high-pressure end, a "flex plate" or other construction providing positive centering and thermal expansion capability will be acceptable.

Paragraph 2.2.9 (Substitution)


The steam chest and casing shall be designed with valved drains for complete drainability. Such provision shall be controlled automatically if condensate can collect during operation including partial load. Valved connections shall be provided by the turbine vendor and shall be 25 mm (1 in.) minimum pipe size.

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Threaded connections shall not be used on the turbine casing. All body pipe connections to the first isolation valve shall be the appropriate pipe specification and fully welded. Primary steam isolation valves [50 mm (2 in.) and below] shall be welded-bonnet bellows sealed for steam at 690 kPag (100 psig) and higher.

Paragraph 2.2.14 (New)


All designs for fasteners and joints shall be submitted with the proposal for Mobil review. These designs shall be in sufficient detail to establish that there is clearance for heavy-duty equipment around nuts, whether or not stretch tensioning is involved. Stretch tension bolting is the preferred method of making a joint.

Paragraph 2.2.15 (New)


A separate, internal, free-expanding nozzle block design shall be provided on the high-pressure end of turbines when the inlet steam temperature is 455 C (850F) or higher.

Paragraph 2.3.1.1 (Substitution)


Welded-in nozzle rings are not acceptable.

Paragraph 2.3.2 (Purchasers Choice)


Sentinel valves shall not be supplied. Full capacity relief shall be provided in the exhaust piping by the purchaser, in accordance with EGE 16-B-22, Paragraph 5.3.4.

Paragraph 2.4.3.1 (Addition)


Pipe nipples extending beyond 152 mm (6 in.) shall be supported. Connections to all nipples shall also be properly supported.

Paragraph 2.4.3.8 (New)


5. Flanged connections are required for all steam pressures over 1240 kPag (180 psig) and for lube, seal oil, and hydrocarbon-bearing services (in drains, for example). Expansion joints shall not be used in these services.

Paragraph 2.4.5 (Addition)


The use of 18-8 stainless steel and other materials prone to "galling" is not acceptable unless a minimum differential hardness (in excess of 50 HB) can be demonstrated.

Paragraph 2.4.6.4 (Addition)


Flanges in accordance with API 605 are acceptable for diameters 610 mm (24 in.) and larger.

Paragraph 2.4.6.7 (New)


Flat-faced flanges are acceptable for all exhaust connections to a condenser.

Paragraph 2.4.9 (Substitution)


Flange gaskets for steam temperatures above 260C (500F) or steam pressures above 2760 kPag (400 psig) shall be the spiral-wound metal, Flexitallic type and shall conform to API Standard 601. Pipe flange

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gaskets for non-cast iron turbines shall be the spiral-wound type conforming to API 601. For cast iron turbines with flat-faced flanges, full-faced compressed fiber gaskets shall be used.

Paragraph 2.6.1.1 (Delete) Paragraph 2.6.1.3 (Substitution)


Integrally forged wheel-and-shaft construction shall be required for all applications.

Paragraph 2.6.2.1 (Addition)


Shafts shall be one-piece, heat-treated forged steel.

Paragraph 2.6.2.4 (Substitution)


Shaft coating shall not be applied.

Paragraph 2.6.2.5 (Substitution)


Shaft ends for coupling fits shall conform to EGE 15-B-13, which modifies API 671. Shaft ends with integral hubs are preferred.

Paragraph 2.7.1 (Purchasers Choice)


Labyrinth glands shall be provided. The vendor shall give consideration to steam temperature variations in establishing packing clearances and materials. Such considerations shall be detailed in the proposal.

Paragraph 2.7.2 (Delete) Paragraph 2.7.5 (Purchasers Choice)


For turbines in back-pressure service, a separate gland condenser to reduce leakage shall be furnished and mounted so that the system may be tested prior to shipment. For condensing service, gland condensers shall be avoided (if possible) by bleeding leakage stepwise from high-pressure packing to lower pressures, and by steam sealing as outlined in Paragraph 2.7.4. If the vendor cannot accommodate this design, a gland condenser and automatic pressure-regulating system shall be furnished. The high-pressure end shaft packing shall be provided with pressure breakdown to intermediate stages and to final exhaust pressure prior to bleedoff to the gland condenser.

Paragraph 2.8.1.7 (Addition)


The driven-equipment vendor shall be responsible for furnishing satisfactory verification of critical-speed calculations, including all drive train components. Torsional and lateral vibration analyses shall be required. The turbine vendor shall perform the rotor response calculations and furnish to the driven-equipment vendor all necessary data and calculations for mutual verification no later than three months from the order date. The data supplied by the driven-equipment vendor shall be in such form that any later change in the driver can be readily incorporated to satisfy this paragraph for the modified train.

Paragraph 2.8.2.2 (Addition)

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The damped unbalance response analysis shall be conducted for the maximum and minimum bearing stiffness resulting from variation at the above considerations throughout the expected range of manufacturing tolerances as well as for normal (nominal) values.

Paragraph 2.8.2.4(b) (Addition)


Frequency phase and amplitude data shall be provided at each bearing, rotor midspan, and rotor end.

Paragraph 2.8.2.4(e) (Purchasers Choice)


The stiffness map shall be provided.

Paragraph 2.8.2.5 (Modification)


The separation margin (SM) or encroachment (see Figure 1) for all lateral critical speeds, including rigid-shaft and bending modes, shall be at least: 1. Twenty percent over the maximum continuous speed for rigid-shaft rotor systems.

2. Fifteen percent below any operating speed and 20 percent above the maximum continuous speed for flexible-shaft rotor systems. If the critical speed as calculated or revealed during mechanical testing falls within the specified operating speed range, or fails to meet the separation margin requirements, the unit shall be redesigned to meet special requirements. The maximum vibration at a critical speed shall not exceed 50.8 m (2.0 mil).

Paragraph 2.8.2.8 (New)


A stability analysis shall be provided for the rotor/bearing system.

Paragraph 2.8.3.2 (Addition)


Methods of vectorial subtraction of electrical runout or bearing housing motion shall be submitted to Mobil for approval.

Paragraph 2.8.4.5 (Purchasers Choice)


The vendor shall perform a torsional analysis as required in Paragraph 2.8.1.7 (Addition).

Paragraph 2.8.5.2, First Paragraph (Addition)


Access to allow field balancing on the rotor without dismantling shall be provided, where practical, at three locations: at each end of the rotor and near the center.

Paragraph 2.8.5.3 (Addition)


The dynamic balance of each rotor shall be checked and recorded before and after the application of the coupling hub. Where a fully balanced coupling hub substitute is to be used, it shall utilize a locating device common to both the hub and substitute. All items that rotate shall be balanced or shown to have no effect upon performance or rotor dynamics.

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The dynamic balance of the driver and driven equipment as a whole system shall be demonstrated before acceptance. The job coupling shall be used, and balance adjustment shall be applied to the provided balance planes, not to the coupling hub.

Paragraph 2.8.5.5 (Substitution)


During the shop test, the assembled turbine shall operate at maximum continuous speed or at any other speed within the specified operating speed range, up to trip speed. (See Paragraph 4.3.3.2.1.) The double amplitude of vibration in any plane measured on the shaft adjacent and relative to each radial bearing shall not exceed 25 m (1 mil) or the following, whichever is less:

7.74 x 106 m or rpm

12,000 mil rpm

where rpm is the maximum continuous speed in revolutions per minute. At trip speed and beyond, the vibration shall not exceed the above value plus 13 m (0.5 mil).

Paragraph 2.8.5.7 (Substitution)


If the vendor 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 2.9.1 (Addition)


Each tilt-pad journal bearing shall be provided with two bearing-metal temperature sensors. Each bearing assembly shall have two sensors mounted in separate pads.

Paragraph 2.9.2.1 (Addition)


The thrust bearing shall be located on the inlet end of the turbine.

Paragraph 2.9.3.4 (Addition)


All axial position probes shall be as close to the thrust collar as possible. Whenever practical, the normal thrust direction of the rotor should be away from the probe tip.

Paragraph 2.9.3.7 (Purchasers Choice)


The thrust bearing shall be provided with four bearing-metal temperature sensors mounted in separate shoes, two on the active side and two on the inactive side.

Paragraph 2.9.3.8, New Paragraph


A keyphaser probe shall be provided. The turbine inlet-end bearing housing is the preferred location.

Paragraph 2.10.4 (Substitution)


Oil piping systems shall conform to the requirements of API 614, as modified by EGE 15-B-9.

Paragraph 2.10.8 (New)

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The use of an accumulator to compensate for oil flow transients shall be avoided in the design of the control oil system. Provision to connect an accumulator shall be made by the turbine vendor. The provision shall consist of a blind flanged valve "stub out" connection installed in the governor control oil piping located at the high-pressure end of the turbine. The turbine vendor shall provide a curve to show the rate of acceleration and response, including overshoot, against time for the unit with the accumulator "in" circuit and "out of" circuit. An adequately sized stainless steel bladder-type accumulator shall be shipped with the turbine, supplied by the turbine vendor for installation in the field if required.

Paragraph 2.11.1.4 (Addition)


Materials in contact shall be nongalling, electrochemically compatible, and not plated in any way.

Paragraph 2.11.1.9, 2nd Sentence (Substitution)


Components that are fabricated by welding shall be stress relieved so that both the welds and the heat-affected zones meet yield strength and hardness requirements.

Paragraph 2.11.1.10 (Substitution)


The vendor shall list in the proposal all steam path component materials and hardnesses. Where item hardness will be above Rockwell C-22 levels, the hardness range shall be specified for Mobil approval.

Paragraph 2.11.1.15 (Addition)


If impact testing is specified as required by this paragraph, the impact test requirements shall be in accordance with EGE 00-B-22.

Paragraph 2.11.2.1 (Addition)


Pressure castings shall be designated as Quality II as defined in Paragraph 4.1(b) of EGE 00-B-20 and shall meet the requirements of this Guide for this quality level.

Paragraph 2.11.2.3.1 (Addition)


Procedures to effect repair, including weld procedures and weld maps, shall be approved by Mobil before repair is attempted. Welding and weld inspection of pressure-containing equipment shall be in accordance with the requirements of EGE 00-B-21.

Paragraph 2.11.3.1 (Substitution)


Welding and weld inspection of pressure-retaining equipment shall be in accordance with the requirements of EGE 00-B-21. Welding procedures shall be submitted to Mobil for review and approval prior to use.
SECTION 3 ACCESSORIES

Paragraph 3.1.1 (Substitution)


Driver half-couplings, if applicable, shall be mounted in the turbine manufacturers shop, and parts required to achieve this shall be supplied and detailed by the vendor. (See Paragraph 4.3.3.1.6 for running tests.) Where the turbine vendor supplies a separate gear, a flexible coupling between gear and turbine shall be supplied as well. Couplings shall comply with Mobil EGE 15-B-13. All couplings shall be provided by the driven-equipment vendor. Spacer couplings shall be supplied and shall have a minimum length of 450 mm

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(18 in.) between flexing elements. Use of shorter lengths requires Mobil approval. The only exception to this is when the turbine and any load gears are provided as a "package" by the turbine vendor.

Paragraph 3.1.2, First Sentence (Substitution)


Couplings shall comply with EGE 15-B-13.

Paragraph 3.1.7 (New)


Coupling bolts shall be of uniform weight and size to permit nonselective assembly without affecting balance. Other coupling parts shall be match-marked. Couplings shall not rely upon bolting for radial location. This shall be achieved by means of a register concentric with the drive axis.

Paragraph 3.1.8 (New)


Oil drain passages in continuously lubricated couplings shall be arranged to avoid an annulus where centrifuged solids or water may accumulate and impair the operation of the coupling. The spacer and drain passages shall be designed to prevent the accumulation of water or other material.

Paragraph 3.1.9 (New)


For diaphragm couplings, the shaft thermal movements for all operating conditions shall be compatible with the optimum axial deflection positions of the coupling. The shaft end clearances shall be specified by the vendor in the proposal.

Paragraph 3.1.10 (New)


The coupling guard shall be designed to prevent excessive noise and creation of air currents that may cause oil leakage from the bearing housing. The coupling guard shall be suited to dry diaphragm couplings and be piped with a minimum 50 mm (2 in.) drain. Allowances for heat generation by windage shall be identified in the proposal. The use of oil cooling on the dry diaphragm coupling is not acceptable. Coupling guards shall be fitted with two 38 mm (1 1/2 in.) pipe vent connections. One connection shall be internally piped with all threaded connections sealwelded to within 25 mm (1 in.) of the spacer OD. The other shall be a surface connection.

Paragraph 3.2.2.1, First Sentence (Purchasers Choice)


The turbine shall be mounted on a continuous fabricated steel baseplate, as specified in EGE 15-B-4, Paragraph 3.3.1. Horizontal positioning screws shall be furnished.

Paragraph 3.3 (Modification)


Gear units shall conform to EGE 15-B-11.

Paragraph 3.4.2.1 Addition


Unless otherwise specified on data sheets, electro-hydraulic governors are preferred. These shall conform to no less a standard than defined by NEMA SM 23, Class C, with adjustment from maximum continuous speed down to at least 30 percent of maximum continuous speed, unless otherwise approved by Mobil. Orifice governors are not acceptable.

Paragraph 3.4.2.2 (Addition)

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The governor and safety devices shall control the unit at all times, except that the governor shall be so arranged that the circuitry may be overhauled/replaced without shutdown of the machine. Control shall allow manual operation, such as manipulation of the trip-and-throttle valve against a speed readout, with an independent overspeed trip system for protection. With the governor circuit either in or out of service, speed adjustment shall be possible by means of a hand speed changer operating on the valve rack. A speed increase/decrease pushbutton station is preferred.

Paragraph 3.4.2.6 (Addition)


When electronic governors are furnished, steps shall be taken to arrange the governor circuitry so that it will not be possible to dwell at any critical speed during acceleration or deceleration with pushbutton operation.

Paragraph 3.4.2.12 (New)


Governor linkage systems and valve gear (including their connections) shall be designed to operate in continuous service without excessive wear and lost motion in pins, bushings, and bearings.

Paragraph 3.4.2.13 (New)


The valve stem packing for governor valves shall consist of metallic bushings of the intermediate leakoff type.

Paragraph 3.4.2.14 (New)


Multiple-valve turbines shall be provided with a protractor and pointer mounted on the camshaft to indicate the camshaft angle, or with a scale and pointer mounted on the valve mechanism to indicate the travel of the power piston. After turbine engineering has been completed, the vendor shall provide the purchaser with curves showing the lift of each valve as a function of camshaft angle or power piston travel; the resultant steam flow; and approximate power at normal speed and steam conditions. For extraction turbines, a separate curve shall be furnished for each section of the turbine.

Paragraph 3.4.2.15 (New)


Steam flow through automatic extraction turbines shall be controlled by a multiple steam admission control valve or slide valves. Camera valves and single external control valve designs are not acceptable.

Paragraph 3.4.3.1, First Sentence (Substitution)


A separate mechanically operated, hydraulically damped trip-and-throttle valve complete with manual exerciser shall be furnished.

Paragraph 3.4.3.1(h) (Addition)


h. Be provided with valved drains for complete drainability (above and below seats).

Paragraph 3.4.3.3 (Purchasers Choice)


The trip-and-throttle valve shall be furnished with a valved hydraulic exerciser feature which will exercise the valve through a short section of the stroke without affecting machine control.

Paragraph 3.4.3.7 (Purchasers Choice)


The electronic overspeed trip shall meet the requirement of this paragraph.

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Paragraph 3.4.3.10 (New)


Unless otherwise specified on EGE 15-D-8, the loss of electric utilities shall not cause a shutdown of the main turbine or the turbine drivers of the lube and seal oil pumps. Normally, interlock alarm devices are actuated from an uninterruptible DC battery power supply system.

Paragraph 3.4.4.1, First and Second Sentences (Substitution)


A freestanding, weather-protected, corrosionproof, enclosed, local control panel (NEMA 4X minimum), with weather hood (front and back) and illumination, shall be furnished by the driven-equipment vendor unless otherwise specified on EGE 15-D-8. The panel shall be designed in accordance with the requirements of EGE 15-B-4 and API RP 550.

Paragraph 3.4.5.1, First Sentence (Substitution)


Two digital-readout speed indicators shall be supplied, and loss of electric utilities shall compromise neither their operation nor that of the governor. One of these readout instruments can be the governor display.

Paragraph 3.4.5.1 (Addition)


When specified on data sheets, an additional digital and analog tachometer shall be incorporated. The readout shall be baseplate or machine mounted adjacent to the control for the trip-and-throttle valve.

Paragraph 3.4.5.6 (Addition)


When a solenoid safety device is specified, irrespective of power supply, it shall cause closure of the trip-and-throttle valve when de-energized.

Paragraph 3.4.6.1.2 (Substitution)


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

Paragraph 3.4.6.1.5 (Substitution)


A first-out annunciator shall be supplied by the driven-equipment vendor and installed in a local panel. The lights signaling trip functions shall have an uninterruptible power supply so as to "indicate" after shutdown or power loss. The annunciator shall have 25 percent spare windows.

Paragraph 3.4.6.1.6 (New)


The vendor shall demonstrate and ensure coordination in the response of low-pressure sensing devices so that standby oil pumps can supply oil quickly enough to avoid tripping the turbine via the following: (a) any vendor-furnished trip device, (b) the trip-and-throttle valve, and (c) the governor.

Paragraph 3.4.6.1.7 (New)


An event recorder shall be required and shall be initiated as a minimum on all equipment trip signals. Specific details (for example, points monitored, memory, and so on) and location of the event recorder shall be specified on the data sheets. Power and instrumentation circuits shall be separated. Refer to the standards of the site installation.

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Paragraph 3.4.7.2 (Addition)


Common junction boxes and conduit shall not be used for power and instrumentation circuits.

Paragraph 3.4.8.4 (Purchasers Choice)


Temperature-monitoring equipment shall be supplied by the driven-equipment vendor and installed in a local panel. The temperature-indicating device, which shall incorporate a high-temperature alarm with an adjustable set point for each channel, shall have a manual selector switch for individual channel readout.

Paragraph 3.5.1 (Modification)


Tubes shall be no less than 3/4 in. OD, 16 BWG. The use of U-tube construction is acceptable.

Paragraph 3.6.1.8 (Addition)


Welding of connections in steel casings above 517 kPag (75 psig) is preferred. If threaded connections in steel casings are used, they shall be sealwelded. In cast iron casings, they shall be sealed by brazing. The connection shall be made up dry, without thread lubricant, tape, or compound. The sealweld shall consist of at least two passes, with the throat of the finished welds 9.5 mm (3/8 in.), maximum, and shall cover all exposed threads. No undercutting shall be permitted.

Paragraph 3.6.2.3, First Sentence (Modification)


Stubout piping from bolted-on bearing housings shall be stainless steel.

Paragraph 3.7.1 (Purchasers Choice)


Turbines shall be insulated and jacketed. Materials shall be furnished by the turbine vendor. Stainless steel is to be used for jacket, support wiring and fittings, and the like.
SECTION 4 INSPECTION AND TESTING

Paragraph 4.2.1.1(e) (Modification)


Final-assembly maintenance and running clearances shall be retained.

Paragraph 4.2.2.1 (Modification)


Material inspection shall be in accordance with EGE 00-B-20 and EGE 00-B-21.

Paragraph 4.2.3.4, First Sentence (Modification)


The hardness of parts, welds, and heat-affected zones shall be checked and shall meet the requirements of this Guide, EGE 00-B-20, and EGE 00-B-21.

Paragraph 4.3.3.1.9 (Substitution)


Vibration characteristics determined on the test floor (after calibration) with equipment specified by this Guide shall be used as a basis for acceptance or rejection in accordance with Paragraph 2.8.2.4. Meter suppression shall not be used.

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Paragraph 4.3.3.2.3 (Substitution)


Overspeed devices shall be reset after completion of the mechanical run to complete the testing requirements specified in Paragraph 4.3.3.2.7. Three consecutive nontrending trip speed values within one percent of the nominal trip setting shall be attained.

Paragraph 4.3.3.2.4 (Addition)


Turbine speed and extraction regulating devices shall be tested for response to control signals.

Paragraph 4.3.3.2.7 (New)


During the four-hour mechanical test, operate the turbine briefly at 100 and 110 percent of trip setting to verify conformance with Paragraph 2.6.1.2. This shall be performed after the turbine has been running at maximum continuous speed for two hours, going to 110 percent of trip speed, and returning to maximum continuous speed for the duration of the test. The vibration values before and after the 110 percent speed test shall repeat within 10 percent to be acceptable. This shall require adjustment of the trip circuit. At trip speed and beyond, the vibration shall not exceed the value given in Paragraph 2.8.2.4 plus 13 m (0.5 mil).

Paragraph 4.3.3.3.2 (Substitution)


While the turbine runs at minimum speed, maximum continuous speed, and just below trip speed, recordings shall be made of vibration amplitude versus frequency. As a minimum, these sweeps shall cover a range of 0.25 to 8 times maximum continuous speed with a maximum of 1500 Hz (90,000 cycles/min). Vibration amplitude shall be within the limits defined by Paragraph 2.8.2.4. If the amplitude of any discrete nonsynchronous vibration exceeds 20 percent of the defined limits of this Guide, the purchaser and vendor shall agree on requirements for additional testing and on the suitability of the equipment for shipment.

Paragraph 4.3.3.3.5 (Purchasers Choice)


FM tape recordings of all vibration data are required. Signature analysis made from a copy of these recordings requires, as a minimum, frequency spectrums at maximum continuous speed and minimum governor speed and waterfall plots of coast-down from trip speed.

Paragraph 4.3.3.4.4 (New)


The unit shall be shut down, and approved corrective action shall be taken. Then the unit shall be retested if malperformance is noted; especially if: a. Bearing oil temperature rise exceeds 28C (50F). b. Shaft vibration amplitudes exceed those specified in Paragraph 2.8.5.5 (Substitution). c. Sound levels exceed those specified in EGE 00-B-5. d. Any oil leaks occur which are directly related to the equipment on test.

Paragraph 4.3.3.4.5 (New)


The following additional checks shall be included in the test procedures to ensure equipment reliability: a. Allow unit to coast to standstill after trip and check trip-and-throttle valve for steam leaks.

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b. Check trip action with trip-and-throttle valve: 1. 2. Wide open. At minimum position, but with valve rack wide open.

c. Check trip-and-throttle valve exerciser. d. Check coupling guard during tests for oil leaks (especially diaphragm couplings) and guard skin temperature.

Paragraph 4.3.4.2 (Substitution)


Operate turbine at speeds from zero to maximum continuous rpm in increments of approximately 10 percent (to a maximum of 1000 rpm) and run at maximum continuous speed until the bearings and lube oil temperature have stabilized. At no time shall the turbine be allowed to operate for long periods at or near a critical speed, except to take readings to establish data.

Paragraph 4.3.4.3.6 (Addition)


A run shall be included to prove that the shaft, with coupling hub only, will still meet the criteria.

Paragraph 4.4.3.10, Last Sentence


Spare rotors shall be supported for storage as specified on EGE 15-D-8.
SECTION 5 VENDOR'S DATA

Paragraph 5.1(j) (Substitution)


The proposal shall include separate prices for spare rotors, bearings, and other wearing components. For turbines in which the stationary blades are mounted in blade carriers, the proposal shall include a separate price for a replacement set of blade carriers with blades installed. Prices of spare rotors and blade carriers shall include testing in accordance with Paragraph 4.3.4 and any specific subparagraph modification noted in this Guide. The purchaser shall specify any long-term storage requirements.

Paragraph 5.1(r) (New)


The maximum allowable casing pressures and temperatures shall be entered on data sheets, together with related conditions leading to maximum values.

Paragraph 5.1(s) (New)


Unless a specific exception, accompanied by a description of the proposed substitute, is recorded in the vendors proposal under the heading "Exceptions", it shall be understood that the proposal is based on equipment that complies with the requirements of this Guide, applicable project specifications, and data sheets.

Paragraph 5.1(t) (New)


Proposals for turbines with exhaust pressures above 345 kPag (50 psig) shall include power versus exhaust temperature curves for both normal and maximum inlet steam conditions.

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Paragraph 5.1(u) (New)


Proposals shall indicate the potential maximum power output of the unit which could be obtained by field modification. The required field modification shall be described.

Paragraph 5.1(v) (New)


Proposals shall state if there is a lower limit on the turbine exhaust pressure.

Paragraph 5.1(w) (New)


The vendor shall submit the following information with a proposal: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. kW (hp) for sizing coupling at 100 percent kW (hp). rpm for sizing coupling at maximum torque requirement. Torque for sizing coupling. Maximum allowable diaphragm differential pressure. Stage location and magnitude of differential pressure across diaphragm.

Shaft:
6. 7. 8. 9. Size at coupling, mm (in.). NEMA taper. Operating stress under keyway, MPa (psi). Maximum allowable stress, (MPa (psi).

10. Material yield stress, MPa (psi). 11. Maximum kW (hp) at maximum allowable stress.

Journal Bearing:
12. Size, mm (in.). 13. Bearing type.

Thrust Load:
14. Normal, N (lb)...and direction. 15. Maximum, N (lb)...and direction.

Thrust Bearing:
16. Area, mm (in. )
2

MOBIL ENGINEERING GUIDE EGE 15-B-8 1990 17. Normal pressure, kPag (psig). 18. Maximum pressure, kPag (psig). 19. Rated pressure, kPag (psig).
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Blades (for each row):


20. Length of longest blade, mm (in.). 21. Material yield and ultimate strength at minimum blade temperature. 22. Stress at 110 percent of trip speed, MPa (psi). 23. Stress at maximum continuous speed, MPa (psi), each material group. 24. Maximum allowable stress, MPa (psi). 25. Allowable alternating stress. 26. Actual alternating stress.

Speed Settings:
27. Unit trip speed limit. 28. Unit trip speed setting.

Paragraph 5.1(x) (New)


A statement of the rate for furnishing competent field service personnel.

Paragraph 5.1(y) (New)


Unless otherwise specified, all documents shall be written in English.

Paragraph 5.1(z) (New)


The vendor shall detail the following items in the proposal: 1. Three examples of the same casing joint design with two years of operational experience under conditions no less than those required for the specific application. Alternatively, the proposal shall outline procedures for a thorough joint analysis to be reviewed no later than during the Engineering Coordination Meeting. 2. 3. The experience basis for the design. Casing flange design data, as follows: a. b. c. d. Joint face loading with location. Fastener type, pitch, size, and load. Material yield stress for fastener and flange. Limit parameters for pressure and temperature.

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Paragraph 5.2.4 (Addition)


The following performance curves shall be provided: 1. Extraction flow versus power and throttle flow for extraction turbines. 2. Enthalpy versus extraction flow for extraction turbines at the normal operating horsepower and normal steam conditions. 3. Steam flow versus first-stage pressure (including first stage after extraction section for extraction turbines). 4. Correction factors to verify the effect of variations of inlet and exhaust steam conditions throughout the range shown on EGE 15-D-8. 5. Steam flow versus throttle and extraction valve position.

Paragraph 5.2.5.2(d), Second Sentence (Substitution)


Certified copies of test data shall be submitted to Mobil before shipment.

Paragraph 5.2.5.2(d) (Addition)


The vendor shall submit the instruction book for approval one month before shipment of equipment.

Paragraph 5.2.5.2(e) (Addition)


8. Graphic display of torsional frequency versus operating speed.

9. Tabular and graphic display of station and inertia constants at each point, in kg/m (lb/ft ).

Paragraph 5.2.5.2(f) (Substitution)


The rotor response analysis shall be calculated and illustrated for minimum and maximum bearing clearances, with a temperature range from 40C to 60 C (105F to 140F), and for nonlubricated and continuously lubricated coupling designs. The vendor shall also submit data or calculations to support the choice of bearing design and load location for tilt-pad bearings.

Paragraph 5.2.5.8 (New)


Subvendor test and inspection data, as well as other reasonable information, are required to establish that the major parts of turbines are of the specified materials and otherwise suitable for the intended service.

Paragraph 5.2.5.9 (New)


The turbine and driven-equipment vendors shall arrange for a design audit of the whole system no later than three months after receipt of the order.

Paragraph 5.2.5.10 (New)


The purchaser may install a water connection in the steam inlet line ahead of the trip-and-throttle valve for water washing the turbine interior. Therefore, operating instructions shall include directions for water washing the turbine under load and unloaded (see EGE 16-B-22, Paragraph 5.2.3).

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PROPOSAL

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4

PURCHASE

AS BUILT UNIT MODEL NO. TYPE

NO. REQUIRED BY MANUFACTURER OPERATING CONDITIONS Power kW Speed rpm Steam Rate kg/kW h

INDICATES INFORMATION TO BE COMPLETED BY PURCHASER

SERIAL NO.

INDICATE GUARANTEE POINT BY ASTERISK (*)

G G G G G
DUTY:

F G

STEAM CONDITIONS INLET STEAM: Rated (Normal) Maximum Minimum EXHAUST STEAM: Rated (Normal) kPa/mm Hg abs kpa/mm Hg abs kpa/mm Hg abs Controlled kPa kPa kPa Normal Max. Controlled kPa kPa kPa Normal Max. Min. kg/s kg/s @ mm Hg abs C Min. Uncontrolled CTT CTT CTT CTT CTT CTT Uncontrolled CTT CTT CTT Maximum Minimum EXTRACTION STEAM: Rated (Normal) Maximum Minimum kPa kPa kPa CTT CTT CTT

Rated Normal Steam Rates Based on Output Shaft of: Exhaust Enthalpy @ Rated Point SPEEDS: Critical: 1st Max. Continuous rpm 2nd rpm rpm Trip rpm

Turbine

Gear kJ/kg

F F G G G G F G G G G G G F F F F

LOCATION: Indoor Outdoor Grade Winterization Reqd Elevation Temperature: Relative Humidity Dust Other m

SITE DATA:

F F F F F F F F F F F G G F F F G G F F G G

Continuous

F F F F F F
Heated Unheated Bar. % Fumes

Intermittent

Mezzanine

F F F

Auto Start Under Roof Partial Sides

Flow, kg/s: Rated (Normal) Maximum Minimum Flow, kg/s: Max. Throttle Flow

ADMISSION STEAM:

Tropicalization Reqd kPa abs/mm Hg abs C Winter C Design Wet Bulb

C Summer

UNUSUAL CONDITIONS:

Max. Flow to Condenser Max. Exhaust Temp in Operation

Max. kW Required @ Min. Inlet/Max. Exhaust Casing Split: Rotor: Exhaust Flow: Solid Horizontal Built-up CW Single Cam Lift Bar Lift Vertical Combination CCW Double Grid Valve

CONSTRUCTION FEATURES Horizontal No. Stages:

TURBINE TYPE:

F F

Vertical

Impulse

Single-Valve

G
Elec

Multivalve Reaction Hyd

Rotation (Facing Gov End):

Overspeed Trip Device: Electronic NEMA Class Synch Motor Power Cylinder Isochronous Control Speed Changer: Speed Range: Max. Min. Hydraulic

GOVERNOR TYPE:

Governor Mfr

Stn Stl Pins & Brushings in Gov Linkage Speed Droop Control Pneumatic Electronic kPa/mA kPa/mA rpm @ rpm @ Manual

F F

kW

Governor Purge Required

F F G G

Mech Oil Relay Volts Model Oil Cooler

F F G

VALVES: Direct Acting Cycles Oil Heater No. Auto Gov Valves No. Auto Extr Valves No. Auto Adm Valves

Separate Trip & Throttle Valve: Remote Trip Spring Support Reqd Extraction Nonreturn Valve: Remote Trip Admission Stop Valve: Remote Trip Hyd

Hyd Manual Actuation

Mech

Manual Exerciser Hyd Manual Actuation Mech Yes No Manual Actuation Mech

Auto Valves Arranged to Close on Trip: NOTE: The absence of a modifier after "kPa" shall indicate gage or differential pressure.

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CONSTRUCTION FEATURES Contd BLADES (BUCKETS): Max. Tip Speed Final Stage Blade Length Nozzle Ring: Blade Root: Shrouds: Dovetail Welded mm % Admission m/s Max. Length Welded "T" Riveted Fir Tree Wire Damp mm Removable

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G G G G G G G G G G G G

BEARING HOUSING CONSTRUCTION: Type (Separate, Integral) Material Type Area, mm2 Location Mfr Loading, kPa: Act. Brg Span, mm Loading, kPa: Act. Type Area, mm2 Allow. Allow. Split

RADIAL BEARINGS:

THRUST BEARING:

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

TURBINE MATERIALS: High-Press. Casing Exhaust Casing Nozzles Wheel Steam Chest Diaphragms Nozzle Rings Shrouds Gov Valve Trim Labyrinth Seals Shaft Materials Under Seals Applied by Spraying Plating Sleeves

G G G

Mid Casing Blades Shaft

MAIN CONNECTIONS ANSI SIZE Inlet Exhaust Extraction Admission ALLOWABLE PIPING FORCES & MOMENTS
INLET EXHAUST Force N Momt NCm EXTR/ADM Force N Momt NCm Force Momt NCm

RATING

FACING

POSITION

PACKING TYPE: Interstage Gland Seals End Gland Seals

G G G F G G F F F F F G F G G G G G G G

)P per Seal
Insulation Total Expected Leakage Labyrinth Type:

kPa

Jacket Material kg/s Rotating

No. per Box Material

Stationary

GLAND SEALING SYSTEM Steam Ejector Reqd Vacuum Device Reqd

Gland Condenser w/Mounting Feet Reqd

See Separate Data Sheet Attached.

Auto Pressure Control Valve (Motive Steam) (Sealing Steam) Gld Cond Drain: Other Minimum Cond Drain Height Relief Valve on Sealing Steam Header mm Loop Seal Vertical Leg

kPa

CTT

Compound Press. Gage Reqd

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

Parallel to Shaft Vertical Horiz 90

OTHER CONDITIONS ANSI SERVICE Lube Oil Inlet Lube Oil Outlet Gland Condenser Conn Staging Drains Steam Ring Drain T&T Valve HP Stem Leakoff T&T Valve LP Stem Leakoff T&T Valve Above Seat Drain T&T Valve Below Seat Drain Cooling Water Conn Purge for Bearing Housing Exhaust Case Nitrogen Purge NO. Size
Rating

Facing

CAPABILITIES: Max. Steam Through Inlet Valve Max. Steam Through Exhaust Valve Steam Inlet Parts: Max. Allow. Press. Exhaust End Casing: Max. Allow. Pressure Max. Allow. Temperature Max. Expected Temp During No-Load Run-in Sentinel Warning Valve Set @ Hydrostatic Test Pressure: Steam Inlet Parts Exhaust End Future Potential Maximum Horsepower *With minor modifications. kPa kPa/mm Hg abs kW* kPa/mm Hg abs C C kPa kPa Temp C kg/s* kg/s*

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CONSTRUCTION FEATURES Contd BASEPLATES & SOLEPLATES: Baseplate by Decked with Nonskid Deck Plate Drip Rim Under Turbine Only Soleplate by Horiz Adjusting Screws for Equipment UTILITIES COOLING WATER:

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F F F F F F F F F F F F

Open Construction

With Open Drain Other

F F G F F G G

Furnish SS Shims Foundation Bolts Furn by: Leveling (Chock) Blocks Reqd Vendor Purchaser

REFERENCE SPECIFICATION: API Standard 612

Normal Supply Pressure, kPa Supply Temp, C Pressure Drop, kPa Supply Pressure, kPa: Normal Max.

Max.

Design

Max. Temperature Rise Allowed Quantity Required: L/min for . L/min for . Quantity Required: kg/s for kg/s for

AUXILIARY STEAM SUPPLY: Min. Max. Min.

Temperature, C: Normal

INSTRUMENT AIR SUPPLY: Pressure, kPa: Max. Min.

Gage Readout in: NOTE:

Customary

SUPPLIED BY VENDOR

G G F
SI

Dual

F
Other

AUXILIARY MOTORS: Volts Phase Hz

INSTRUMENTATION

SUPPLIED BY PURCHASER

LOCATED ON A MACHINE-MOUNTED INSTRUMENT BOARD

PRESSURE GAGE REQUIREMENTS: Locally Function Lube Oil Pump Discharge Lube Oil Filter P Local Locally Function 1st Stage Steam Steam Chest Exhaust Steam Extraction Steam Steam Ejector Steam Seal Local

Lube Oil Supply Gov Control Oil Gov Control Oil Coupling Oil

Main Steam Inlet TEMPERATURE GAGE REQUIREMENTS:

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF
Mounted Locally Mounted

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF
Panel Local Panel

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF
Mounted Locally

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF
Panel Local

Function Lube Oil Discharge from Each: Turbine Journal Bearing Turbine Thrust Bearing Gear Journal Bearing ALARM & SHUTDOWN FUNCTIONS:

Function Cooler Oil Inlet & Outlet Steam Inlet Steam Exhaust

GF GF GF
Pre-shutdown Alarm

GF GF GF
Trip

GF GF GF GF
Mounted Pre-shutdown Alarm

GF GF GF GF
Panel Trip

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF

Function Low Lube Oil Pressure Ea Level Hi Oil Filter P

Aux Lube Oil Pump Start Hi Oil Cooler Outlet Temp Low Control Oil Pressure

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF

Function Turbine Vibration Turbine Axial Position Trip & Throttle Valve Position Hi Turb Steam Seal Leakage Hi Turb Exh Pressure Hi Turb Extr Pressure Turb Overspeed Trip Operation

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COUPLING: Mount 1/2 Coupling Mfr Spacer Reqd Coupling Furnished by

GF GF GF GF F G G F G G F F F G F F

MISCELLANEOUS INSTUMENTATION: Turbine Speed Pickup Devices: Turbine Speed Indicators

Electronic

Turbine Speed Indicators Located on:

Remote Hand Speed Changer - Mounted on Local Panel

Other

Local Panel

Main Board

Type:

Digital

Dial Gage

Alarm Horn & Acknowledgement Switch on Panel (Local) (Main)

OIL REQUIREMENTS: Type

Keyed (1) or (2); or Hydr Fit Cplg Coeff Frict Turbine Shaft: Generator Shaft: Coupling Guard: Lubrication Reqd Cplg Taper Taper Mfr Std Yes Gear Pitch Dia Cylindrical Cylindrical Other No mm

G G G G F G

Control Oil Max. Quantity, L/min Pressure, kPa Temperature, C Total Heat Reject, kJ/h Oil Reqd for Oil Viscosity T&T Valve SSU @ 38C

Lube Oil

Hyd Nonreturn Valve

COMPOSITE TORSIONAL ANALYSIS: Required Required By By LATERAL CRITICAL SPEED ANALYSIS:

F F

SHOP INSPECTION & TESTS:

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Reqd Shop Inspection Hydrostatic (Piping, Casing, Condenser) Blade Shaker (Static) - Rows Rotor Balance: Mechanical Run Run Spare Rotor Performance Test: Functional Test: Vacuum Pit w/Job Cplg 1/2 w/Job Cplg 1/2 Part Load Full Load T& T Valve Turning Gear Gland Condenser Sealing System Lube Oil System Governor Stability Turbine Run at Overspeed and Trip Use Shop Lube System Use Job Lube System Use Job Vib & Axial Disp Probes, Oscillator-Demodulators, & Monitor Use Shop Vibration Probes, etc. X-Y-Y' Plot Check Brg & Seals After Test Noise Level Test Preparation for Shipment FM Tape Recording (Vibration) Cleanliness Inspection (API 612, Par 4.2.6) Hardness Tests (API 612, Par. 4.2.7) Std Rotor Thermal Stability

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Witness

F F F F F F F F G F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F G F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F
Mfr Mfr

VIBRATION DETECTORS: Type No. at Each Shaft Bearing

G G G G G G

Model Total No. Model

Oscillator-Demodulators Supplied by Mfr Location Mfr Scale Range Shutdown: Monitor Supplied by

No. Channels Enclosure

Set @

Model Set @ Time Delay m sec

Alarm:

G F

AXIAL MOVEMENT DETECTORS: Type Mfr. Mfr Location Mfr Scale Range Shutdown:

Model

No. Required Model

Oscillator-Demodulators Supplied by Monitor Supplied by

No. Channels Enclosure

Set @

Model Set @ Time Delay m sec

Alarm:

G F

KEYPHASOR SENSOR: Type Location Mfr Location Mfr

G F G G

Model

No. Required

Oscillator-Demodulators Supplied by Monitor Supplied by

Model

No. Channels Enclosure Model

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BEARING TEMPERATURE DEVICES: Thermistors: Type: Pos Temp Coeff Purch Purch Neg Temp Coeff Mfr Mfr Ohms Purch Mfr Temp Switch & Indicator by: Selector Switch & Ind by: Resistance Matl Selector Switch & Ind by:

F F F F F F F F F G G G G G

Thermocouples: Resistance Temp Detectors:

EXTRACTION RELIEF VALVE REQUIREMENTS: Max. Set Pressure Steam Flow Supplied by: kg/s Purchaser Vendor kPa Exhaust

Location - Journal Brg: No.: Other Location - Thrust Brg: No. (Active): Other No. (Inactive): Other Max. Bearing Temp: C for Alarm C for Shutdown Ea Pad Every Other Pad Per Brg Ea Pad Every Other Pad Per Brg Ea Pad Every Other Pad Per Brg

F F F F F F F F F

EXHAUST RELIEF VALVE REQUIREMENTS: Max. Set Pressure Steam Flow Supplied by: kg/s Purchaser Vendor kPa Extraction

AREA CLASSIFICATION: Class Volts Volts Solenoid Voltage Group Phase Phase Division Cycles Cycles or DC MOTOR CONTROL & INSTRUMENT VOLTAGE: ALARM & SHUTDOWN VOLTAGE:

LOCAL CONTROL PANEL: Furnished by: Vendor Freestanding Vibration Isolators

Purchaser

Annunciator Furnished by: Annunciator Located on:

Customer Connections Brought Out to Terminal Boxes by Vendor

G G G G

Weatherproof Strip Heaters Vendor Local Panel

Others

G G G G

Totally Enclosed Purge Connections Purchaser Main Control Board

G G G

Extra Cutouts With Doors Others

REMARKS:

INSTRUMENT SUPPLIERS: Pressure Gages Temperature Gages Level Gages Differential Pressure Gages Pressure Switches Differential Pressure Switches Temperature Switches Level Switches Control Valves Pressure Relief Valves Thermal Relief Valves Sight Flow Indicators Pneumatic Pressure Transmitters Vibration Equipment Tachometer Solenoid Valves Annunciator Thermocouples Resistance Temp Detectors Thermowells Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Model & No. Points Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type

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Alarm Contacts Shall: Shutdown Contacts Shall:

Explosionproof Open Open

*When turbine is in operation. MISCELLANEOUS:

G G

Weatherproof

G G G

Close to Sound Alarm and Normally* Be: Close to Trip and Normally* Be:

Other

G G

Energized Energized

G G

De-energized De-energized

Pre-shutdown Alarm and Shutdown Switches Sahll Be Separate.

Comments Regarding Instrumentation:

Electrical and Instrument Connections Within the Confines of the Baseplate and Console Shall Be: Brought Out to Terminal Boxes. Made Directly by the Purchaser.

GEAR:

F F F F F G G G F F F F F F

Special-Purpose Gear Reqd Gear Furnished by

See Separate Data Sheet Attached.

WEIGHTS, kg: Turbine Rotor Turbine Upper 1/2 Casing

OIL SYSTEM: Furnished by:

Separate for Turbine Only

Turbine Mfr

G F

Maximum for Maintenance (Identify) Others Total Shipping Weight

Common with Driven Equipment

Turbine Mfr to Supply: Stainless Steel Oil Supply Header Piping Oil Drain Header Piping Stainless Steel

F F
Mfr

G F F F F F F F F F F F

SPACE REQUIREMENTS, cm: Complete Unit: L Control Panel: L W W H H

EMERGENCY TURNING GEAR: Turning Gear Reqd

Carbon Steel MISCELLANEOUS: Provisions for Field Balancing Vendors Review and Comment on Purchasers Piping and Foundation Drawings Required Shaft Grounding Devices Y-Type Strainer Water Washing Connections Optical Alignment Flats Insulation (Lagging) Reqd. Jacket Reqd Axial Alignment Key Blade Diagrams: Campbell Soderberg Metric Dimensions: Drawings External Flanges Goodman Other

Ratio Motor:

F G

Quick Start Reqd Model

Electric Pneumatic Auto Engage

kW kPa

Volts

F F
AC

DC

m /s*

Manual Engage

*Referenced at 101 kPa abs @ 15.6C.

PAINTING: Manufacturer's Standard Other

SHIPMENT: Domestic

Export Boxing Required

Export

Waterproof Boxing Required

Outdoor Storage over 6 Months

Internal Bolting and Threads

SKETCH:

Spare Rotor Assembly Packaged for: Horizontal Storage Vertical Storage

REMARKS:

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INDICATES INFORMATION TO BE COMPLETED BY PURCHASER

OPERATING CONDITIONS

BY MANUFACTURER

F G G G G G G F G F G G G G G G G F G

SHELL SIDE Fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Flow, kg/s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Specific Gravity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thermal Cond, W/m K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Specific Heat, J/g C .................................. @ @ @ @ In Out C C C C In

TUBE SIDE

@ @ @ @ Out

C C C C

Viscosity, SSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating Temperatures, C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inlet Pressure, kPa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inlet Velocity, m/s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pressure Drop, kPa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Design Temperature, C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pressure, kPa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Foul Resistance, m K/kW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Min. Corrosion Allowance, mm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Number of Passes per Shell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Total Area (1), m LMTD Corrected MTD Transfer Rate, Clean Transfer Rate, Service Cross Baffles, Type Code Requirements (2): ASME Weights, kg: Ea Bundle TEMA Bundle & Shell
2 2

Allow.

Calc

Allow.

Calc

Min.

Test

Min.

Test

G G G

Shell, No. ID

cm

G G G

Tubes, No. per Shell OD Length Gage, BWG Tube Pitch cm (Avg)(Min.) Wall cm cm

Removable Tube Bundle: Code Stamp:

SHELL SIDE NO. Inlet Outlet Drain Vent SIZE RATING & FACING NO. SIZE

Full of Water NOZZLE SIZES

G G

Yes Yes

G G

No No

TUBE SIDE RATING & FACING

Tubes Tubesheets Shell Shell Flanges REMARKS:

MATERIALS Baffles Channel Channel Flanges Channel Nozzle Flanges

(1) (2)

Outside tube area excluding area in tubesheets. Units exempt from code stamp shall have longitudinal weld seams spot examined per Par. UW-52 of ASME Code, Section VIII.

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PROPOSAL

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PURCHASE

AS BUILT UNIT MODEL NO. TYPE

NO. REQUIRED BY MANUFACTURER OPERATING CONDITIONS Power hp Speed rpm Steam Rate lb/hp h

INDICATES INFORMATION TO BE COMPLETED BY PURCHASER

SERIAL NO.

INDICATE GUARANTEE POINT BY ASTERISK (*)

G G G G G
DUTY:

F G

STEAM CONDITIONS INLET STEAM: Rated (Normal) Maximum Minimum EXHAUST STEAM: Rated (Normal) psig/in. Hg abs psig/in. Hg abs psig/in. Hg abs Controlled psig psig psig Normal Max. Controlled psig psig psig Normal Max. Min. lb/h lb/h @ in. Hg abs F Min. Uncontrolled FTT FTT FTT FTT FTT FTT Uncontrolled FTT FTT FTT Maximum Minimum EXTRACTION STEAM: Rated (Normal) Maximum Minimum psig psig psig FTT FTT FTT

Rated Normal Steam Rates Based on Output Shaft of: Exhaust Enthalpy @ Rated Point SPEEDS: Critical: 1st Max. Continuous rpm 2nd rpm rpm Trip rpm

Turbine

Gear Btu/lb

F F G G G G F G G G G G G F F F F

LOCATION: Indoor Outdoor Grade Winterization Reqd Elevation Temperature: Relative Humidity Dust Other ft

SITE DATA:

F F F F F F F F F F F G G F F F G G F F G G

Continuous

F F F F

Intermittent Heated Unheated Mezzanine

F
Fumes

F F F

Auto Start Under Roof Partial Sides

Flow, lb/h: Rated (Normal) Maximum Minimum Flow, lb/h: Max. Throttle Flow

ADMISSION STEAM:

Tropicalization Reqd psia/in. Hg abs F Winter F

Bar. %

F Summer

UNUSUAL CONDITIONS:

Design Wet Bulb

Max. Flow to Condenser Max. Exhaust Temp in Operation

Max. bhp Required @ Min. Inlet/Max. Exhaust Casing Split: Rotor: Exhaust Flow: Solid Horizontal Built-up CW Single Cam Lift Bar Lift Vertical Combination CCW Double Grid Valve

CONSTRUCTION FEATURES Horizontal No. Stages:

TURBINE TYPE:

F F

Vertical

Impulse

Single-Valve Elec

G F F G

Multivalve Reaction Hyd

Rotation (Facing Gov End):

Overspeed Trip Device: Electronic NEMA Class Governor Mfr Synch Motor Power Cylinder Isochronous Control Speed Changer: Speed Range: Max. Min. Hydraulic

GOVERNOR TYPE:

Stn Stl Pins & Brushings in Gov Linkage Speed Droop Control Pneumatic Electronic psig/mA psig/mA rpm @ rpm @ Manual

F F

hp

Governor Purge Required

F F G G

Mech Oil Relay Volts Model Oil Cooler

VALVES: Direct Acting Cycles Oil Heater No. Auto Gov Valves No. Auto Extr Valves No. Auto Adm Valves

Separate Trip & Throttle Valve: Remote Trip Spring Support Reqd Extraction Nonreturn Valve: Remote Trip Admission Stop Valve: Remote Trip Hyd

Hyd Manual Actuation

Mech

Manual Exerciser Hyd Manual Actuation Mech Yes No Manual Actuation Mech

Auto Valves Arranged to Close on Trip: NOTE: The absence of a modifier after "kPa" shall indicate gage or differential pressure.

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CONSTRUCTION FEATURES Contd BLADES (BUCKETS): Max. Tip Speed Final Stage Blade Length Nozzle Ring: Blade Root: Shrouds: Dovetail Welded in. % Admission ft/s Max. Length Welded "T" Riveted Fir Tree Wire Damp in. Removable

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G G G G G G G G G G G G

BEARING HOUSING CONSTRUCTION: Type (Separate, Integral) Material Type Area, in.2 Location Mfr Loading, psi: Act. Brg Span, mm Loading, psi: Act. Type Area, in.2 Allow. Allow. Split

RADIAL BEARINGS:

THRUST BEARING:

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

TURBINE MATERIALS: High-Press. Casing Exhaust Casing Nozzles Wheel Steam Chest Diaphragms Nozzle Rings Shrouds Gov Valve Trim Labyrinth Seals Shaft Materials Under Seals Applied by Spraying Plating Sleeves

G G G

Mid Casing Blades Shaft

MAIN CONNECTIONS ANSI SIZE Inlet Exhaust Extraction Admission ALLOWABLE PIPING FORCES & MOMENTS
INLET EXHAUST Force lbf Momt lbfCft EXTR/ADM Force lbf Momt lbfCft Force Momt lbfCft

RATING

FACING

POSITION

PACKING TYPE: Interstage Gland Seals End Gland Seals

G G G F G G F F F F F G F G G G G G G G

)P per Seal
Insulation Total Expected Leakage Labyrinth Type:

psi

Jacket Material lb/h Rotating

No. per Box Material

Stationary

GLAND SEALING SYSTEM Steam Ejector Reqd Vacuum Device Reqd

Gland Condenser w/Mounting Feet Reqd

See Separate Data Sheet Attached.

Auto Pressure Control Valve (Motive Steam) (Sealing Steam) Gld Cond Drain: Other Minimum Cond Drain Height Relief Valve on Sealing Steam Header in. Loop Seal Vertical Leg

psig

FTT

Compound Press. Gage Reqd

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

lbf

Parallel to Shaft Vertical Horiz 90

OTHER CONDITIONS ANSI SERVICE Lube Oil Inlet Lube Oil Outlet Gland Condenser Conn Staging Drains Steam Ring Drain T&T Valve HP Stem Leakoff T&T Valve LP Stem Leakoff T&T Valve Above Seat Drain T&T Valve Below Seat Drain Cooling Water Conn Purge for Bearing Housing Exhaust Case Nitrogen Purge NO. Size
Rating

Facing

CAPABILITIES: Max. Steam Through Inlet Valve Max. Steam Through Exhaust Valve Steam Inlet Parts: Max. Allow. Press. Exhaust End Casing: Max. Allow. Pressure Max. Allow. Temperature Max. Expected Temp During No-Load Run-in Sentinel Warning Valve Set @ Hydrostatic Test Pressure: Steam Inlet Parts Exhaust End Future Potential Maximum Horsepower *With minor modifications. psig psig/in. Hg abs bhp* psig/in. Hg abs F F psig psig Temp F lb/h* lb/h*

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CONSTRUCTION FEATURES Contd BASEPLATES & SOLEPLATES: Baseplate by Decked with Nonskid Deck Plate Drip Rim Under Turbine Only Soleplate by Horiz Adjusting Screws for Equipment UTILITIES COOLING WATER:

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F F F F F F F F F F F F

Open Construction

With Open Drain Other

F F G F F G G

Furnish SS Shims Foundation Bolts Furn by: Leveling (Chock) Blocks Reqd Vendor Purchaser

REFERENCE SPECIFICATION: API Standard 612

Normal Supply Pressure, psig Supply Temp, F Pressure Drop, psi Supply Pressure, psig: Normal Max.

Max.

Design

Max. Temperature Rise Allowed Quantity Required: US gpm for US gpm for Quantity Required: lb/h for lb/h for

AUXILIARY STEAM SUPPLY: Min. Max. Min.

Temperature, F: Normal

INSTRUMENT AIR SUPPLY: Pressure, psig: Max. Min.

Gage Readout in: NOTE:

Customary

SUPPLIED BY VENDOR

G G F
SI

Dual

F
Other

AUXILIARY MOTORS: Volts Phase Hz

INSTRUMENTATION

SUPPLIED BY PURCHASER

LOCATED ON A MACHINE-MOUNTED INSTRUMENT BOARD

PRESSURE GAGE REQUIREMENTS: Locally Function Lube Oil Pump Discharge Lube Oil Filter P Local Locally Function 1st Stage Steam Steam Chest Exhaust Steam Extraction Steam Steam Ejector Steam Seal Local

Lube Oil Supply Gov Control Oil Gov Control Oil Coupling Oil

Main Steam Inlet TEMPERATURE GAGE REQUIREMENTS:

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF
Mounted Locally Mounted

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF
Panel Local Panel

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF
Mounted Locally

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF
Panel Local

Function Lube Oil Discharge from Each: Turbine Journal Bearing Turbine Thrust Bearing Gear Journal Bearing ALARM & SHUTDOWN FUNCTIONS:

Function Cooler Oil Inlet & Outlet Steam Inlet Steam Exhaust

GF GF GF
Pre-shutdown Alarm

GF GF GF
Trip

GF GF GF GF
Mounted Pre-shutdown Alarm

GF GF GF GF
Panel Trip

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF

Function Low Lube Oil Pressure Ea Level Hi Oil Filter P

Aux Lube Oil Pump Start Hi Oil Cooler Outlet Temp Low Control Oil Pressure

GF GF GF GF GF GF GF

Function Turbine Vibration Turbine Axial Position Trip & Throttle Valve Position Hi Turb Steam Seal Leakage Hi Turb Exh Pressure Hi Turb Extr Pressure Turb Overspeed Trip Operation

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GF GF GF GF F G G F G G F F F G F F

MISCELLANEOUS INSTUMENTATION: Turbine Speed Pickup Devices: Turbine Speed Indicators

Electronic

Turbine Speed Indicators Located on:

Remote Hand Speed Changer - Mounted on Local Panel

Other

Local Panel

Main Board

Type:

Digital

Dial Gage

Alarm Horn & Acknowledgement Switch on Panel (Local) (Main)

COUPLING: Mount 1/2 Coupling Mfr Spacer Reqd Coupling Furnished by

OIL REQUIREMENTS: Type

Keyed (1) or (2); or Hydr Fit Cplg Coeff Frict Turbine Shaft: Generator Shaft: Coupling Guard: Lubrication Reqd Cplg Taper Taper Mfr Std Yes Gear Pitch Dia Cylindrical Cylindrical Other No in.

G G G G F G

Control Oil Max. Quantity, US gpm Pressure, psig Temperature, F Total Heat Reject, Btu/h Oil Reqd for Oil Viscosity T&T Valve SSU @ 100F

Lube Oil

Hyd Nonreturn Valve

COMPOSITE TORSIONAL ANALYSIS: Required Required By By LATERAL CRITICAL SPEED ANALYSIS:

F F

SHOP INSPECTION & TESTS:

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Reqd Shop Inspection Hydrostatic (Piping, Casing, Condenser) Blade Shaker (Static) - Rows Rotor Balance: Mechanical Run Run Spare Rotor Performance Test: Functional Test: Vacuum Pit w/Job Cplg 1/2 w/Job Cplg 1/2 Part Load Full Load T& T Valve Turning Gear Gland Condenser Sealing System Lube Oil System Governor Stability Turbine Run at Overspeed and Trip Use Shop Lube System Use Job Lube System Use Job Vib & Axial Disp Probes, Oscillator-Demodulators, & Monitor Use Shop Vibration Probes, etc. X-Y-Y' Plot Check Brg & Seals After Test Noise Level Test Preparation for Shipment FM Tape Recording (Vibration) Cleanliness Inspection (API 612, Par 4.2.6) Hardness Tests (API 612, Par. 4.2.7) Std Rotor Thermal Stability

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Witness

F F F F F F F F G F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F G F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F
Mfr Mfr

VIBRATION DETECTORS: Type No. at Each Shaft Bearing

G G G G G G

Model Total No. Model

Oscillator-Demodulators Supplied by Mfr Location Mfr Scale Range Shutdown: Monitor Supplied by

No. Channels Enclosure

Set @

Model Set @ Time Delay mil sec

Alarm:

mil

G F

AXIAL MOVEMENT DETECTORS: Type Mfr. Mfr Location Mfr Scale Range Shutdown:

Model

No. Required Model

Oscillator-Demodulators Supplied by Monitor Supplied by

No. Channels Enclosure

Set @

Model Set @ Time Delay mil sec

Alarm:

mil

G F

KEYPHASOR SENSOR: Type Location Mfr Location Mfr

G F G G

Model

No. Required

Oscillator-Demodulators Supplied by Monitor Supplied by

Model

No. Channels Enclosure Model

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BEARING TEMPERATURE DEVICES:

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F F F F F F F F F G G G G G

Thermistors: Type: Pos Temp Coeff Purch Purch Neg Temp Coeff Mfr Mfr Ohms Purch Mfr Temp Switch & Indicator by: Selector Switch & Ind by: Resistance Matl Selector Switch & Ind by:

Thermocouples: Resistance Temp Detectors:

EXTRACTION RELIEF VALVE REQUIREMENTS: Max. Set Pressure Steam Flow Supplied by: lb/h Purchaser Vendor psig Exhaust

Location - Journal Brg: No.: Other Location - Thrust Brg: No. (Active): Other No. (Inactive): Other Max. Bearing Temp: F for Alarm F for Shutdown Ea Pad Every Other Pad Per Brg Ea Pad Every Other Pad Per Brg Ea Pad Every Other Pad Per Brg

F F F F F F F F F

EXHAUST RELIEF VALVE REQUIREMENTS: Max. Set Pressure Steam Flow Supplied by: lb/h Purchaser Vendor psig Extraction

AREA CLASSIFICATION: Class Volts Volts Solenoid Voltage Group Phase Phase Division Cycles Cycles or DC MOTOR CONTROL & INSTRUMENT VOLTAGE: ALARM & SHUTDOWN VOLTAGE:

LOCAL CONTROL PANEL: Furnished by: Vendor Freestanding Vibration Isolators

Purchaser

Annunciator Furnished by: Annunciator Located on:

Customer Connections Brought Out to Terminal Boxes by Vendor

G G G G

Weatherproof Strip Heaters Vendor Local Panel

Others

G G G G

Totally Enclosed Purge Connections Purchaser Main Control Board

G G G

Extra Cutouts With Doors Others

REMARKS:

INSTRUMENT SUPPLIERS: Pressure Gages Temperature Gages Level Gages Differential Pressure Gages Pressure Switches Differential Pressure Switches Temperature Switches Level Switches Control Valves Pressure Relief Valves Thermal Relief Valves Sight Flow Indicators Pneumatic Pressure Transmitters Vibration Equipment Tachometer Solenoid Valves Annunciator Thermocouples Resistance Temp Detectors Thermowells Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Mfr Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Model & No. Points Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type Size & Type

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Alarm Contacts Shall: Shutdown Contacts Shall:

Explosionproof Open Open

*When turbine is in operation. MISCELLANEOUS:

G G

Weatherproof

G G G

Close to Sound Alarm and Normally* Be: Close to Trip and Normally* Be:

Other

G G

Energized Energized

G G

De-energized De-energized

Pre-shutdown Alarm and Shutdown Switches Sahll Be Separate.

Comments Regarding Instrumentation:

Electrical and Instrument Connections Within the Confines of the Baseplate and Console Shall Be: Brought Out to Terminal Boxes. Made Directly by the Purchaser.

GEAR:

F F F F F G G G F F F F F F

Special-Purpose Gear Reqd Gear Furnished by

See Separate Data Sheet Attached.

WEIGHTS, kg: Turbine Rotor Turbine Upper 1/2 Casing

OIL SYSTEM: Furnished by:

Separate for Turbine Only

Turbine Mfr

G F

Maximum for Maintenance (Identify) Others Total Shipping Weight

Common with Driven Equipment

Turbine Mfr to Supply: Stainless Steel Oil Supply Header Piping Oil Drain Header Piping Stainless Steel

F F
Mfr

G F F F F F F F F F F F

SPACE REQUIREMENTS, cm: Complete Unit: L Control Panel: L W W H H

EMERGENCY TURNING GEAR: Turning Gear Reqd

Carbon Steel MISCELLANEOUS: Provisions for Field Balancing Vendors Review and Comment on Purchasers Piping and Foundation Drawings Required Shaft Grounding Devices Y-Type Strainer Water Washing Connections Optical Alignment Flats Insulation (Lagging) Reqd. Jacket Reqd Axial Alignment Key Blade Diagrams: Campbell Soderberg Metric Dimensions: Drawings External Flanges Goodman Other

Ratio Motor:

F G

Quick Start Reqd Model

Electric Pneumatic Auto Engage

hp psig

Volts

F F
AC

DC

scfm/s*

Manual Engage

*Referenced at 14.7 psia @ 60F.

PAINTING: Manufacturer's Standard Other

SHIPMENT: Domestic

Export Boxing Required

Export

Waterproof Boxing Required

Outdoor Storage over 6 Months

Internal Bolting and Threads

SKETCH:

Spare Rotor Assembly Packaged for: Horizontal Storage Vertical Storage

REMARKS:

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INDICATES INFORMATION TO BE COMPLETED BY PURCHASER

OPERATING CONDITIONS

BY MANUFACTURER

F G G G G G G F G F G G G G G G G F G

SHELL SIDE Fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Flow, lb/h . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Specific Gravity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thermal Cond, Btu/(h ft2 F/ft) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Specific Heat, Btu/lb F ................................ @ @ @ @ In Out F F F F In

TUBE SIDE

@ @ @ @ Out

F F F F

Viscosity, SSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating Temperatures, F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inlet Pressure, psig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inlet Velocity, ft/s .................................. Allow.

Pressure Drop, psi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Design Temperature, F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pressure, psig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Foul Resistance, h ft F/Btu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Min. Corrosion Allowance, in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Number of Passes per Shell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2

Calc

Allow.

Calc

Min.

Test

Min.

Test

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Total Area (1), ft LMTD Corrected MTD Transfer Rate, Clean Transfer Rate, Service Cross Baffles, Type Code Requirements (2): ASME Weights, lb: Ea Bundle TEMA Bundle & Shell
2

G G G

Shell, No. ID

in.

G G G

Tubes, No. per Shell OD Length Gage, BWG Tube Pitch in. (Avg)(Min.) Wall cm in.

Removable Tube Bundle: Code Stamp:

SHELL SIDE NO. Inlet Outlet Drain Vent SIZE RATING & FACING NO. SIZE

Full of Water NOZZLE SIZES

G G

Yes Yes

G G

No No

TUBE SIDE RATING & FACING

Tubes Tubesheets Shell Shell Flanges REMARKS:

MATERIALS Baffles Channel Channel Flanges Channel Nozzle Flanges

(1) (2)

Outside tube area excluding area in tubesheets. Units exempt from code stamp shall have longitudinal weld seams spot examined per Par. UW-52 of ASME Code, Section VIII.