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Gas Turbine Systems: Gas Turbine - Generator Hydrogen Control System

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Price: $100.00 USD

Course Description


Web Based Training

In this course, you will learn about the elements of the hydrogen gas control system.

Duration: 1.5 hour

Learning Objectives

This course will provide basic knowledge on the following:

  • Explain the purpose of the hydrogen gas control system.
  • List the advantages of using hydrogen.
  • Identify the location of the major components and describe their functions.
  • Describe how gases are supplied, how mix of gases in the CO2 analyzer is measured, and how gases are removed and filled.
  • Describe adjustable alarm device settings and control valve positions.
  • Understand the importance of proper oil and hydrogen pressure and acceptable level of H2 purity.
  • Understand how to calculate hydrogen leakage.
  • Understand various operational inspections, lubrications, and tests that must be performed on system.


Course Content       


  1. Operating Principles
  2. Purpose of Hydrogen Gas Control System
  3. Hydrogen as a Cooling Medium
  4. Operating Requirements of a Gas Control System


  1. Major Components
  2. Coolers, Regulators, Detectors, Indicators and Analyzers
  3. Gas Supplies
  4. Hydrogen Control Cabinet


  1. System Operation
  2. Carbon Dioxide Analyzer Calibrations and Measurements
  3. Removing and Filling Hydrogen
  4. Setting Valve Positions
  5. Alarm System Settings


  1. Maintenance
  2. Pressure and Purity in the Generator Casing
  3. Calculating Air and Hydrogen Leakage


  1. Inspection
  2. Conducting Periodic Inspections, Lubrication and Tests


  1. Differences in Alstom
  2. Operation
  3. Generator Condition Monitor