Multi-Purpose Simulation and Testing Model Of the (Electronic Gas Turbine Control Unit) (EGTCU)

Multi-Purpose Simulation and Testing Model Of the (Electronic Gas Turbine Control Unit) (EGTCU)

Mohammed Adel Elsayed Saad (Department of Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, Khalda Petroleum Company, Cairo, Egypt), Mohammad El Bardini (Department of Industrial Electronics and Control Stystems Engineering, Faculty of Electronics Engineering, Menoufia University, Shebeen El-Kom, Egypt) and Mohammad Ibrahim Mahmoud (IEEE & Department of Industrial Electronics and Control Stystems Engineering, Faculty of Electronics Engineering, Menoufia University, Shebeen El-Kom, Egypt)
Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 22
DOI: 10.4018/ijsda.2013070103
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Abstract

This paper describes a modified modeling and simulation of the measurement and control system of the single shaft Gas Turbine (GT). This GT is used in electrical power generation in Khalda Petroleum Company. The main objective of this paper is to obtain a multi-purpose controller modeling and simulation that can be used in future testing. This controller controls the GT under heavy disturbance; considering the monitored variable is the mechanical torque. That is to obtain a general GT controller which can drive either a compressor or a generator. Then a testing procedure is done to test the Electronic Gas Turbine Control Unit (EGTCU). The system response and stability are considered to modify controller parameters and validate the controller before installation in real gas turbine system.
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Previous Work

In this section previous works are described. There are two types of heavy duty single shaft gas turbine models: Physical models and reduced thermodynamic models that are widely used in control system studies.

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