Fundamentals of Steam Turbines – A One Day Course
The goal of this training is to make you familiar with the steam turbine including basic operation, critical parts, and procedures for repair, installation, start-up, and operation. By learning this information, it will give operations, maintenance, and engineering a better idea of what to expect from your turbine operation.
- Section I
Basic history of steam turbines
Why they are used in the Petrochemical Industry
Basic application and where they are used
Basic design criteria and why there are various sizes of turbines
How to find critical information on each OEM manufactured turbine
Governor operational principles
Steam path through the turbine
Critical parts of the turbine and how they function
- Section II
What to look for prior to removal of the turbine
What to look for during the basic disassembly of the turbine
Basic inspection and repair practices
Major ideas to observe during the repair and case studies
Assembly tips and practices
Installation procedures and practices Installation procedures and practices with case studies
Start-up procedures and where to find them
- Training is held every 4th Thursday of the month starting at 8:00am and concluding at 4:00pm
- Estimated training time: 1 day (including facility tour).
- This training program is a hands-on course designed for plant machinists, operators, maintenance personnel, maintenance
engineers and supply chain professionals.
- Cost of this program is $200 per person and includes lunch.
- Each trainee will receive a certificate to apply towards PDH or CEU credits.
- Location: Revak Keene Turbomachinery 12204 W Fairmont Parkway, La Porte, TX 77571.
- Limited availability
Hosted by Randy Tye
RKTM’s lead trainer with over 40 years of Petrochemical Industry
experience and passionate about turbomachinery