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Operator’s Manual for Engine Room Simulator ERS L11 5L90MC – VLCC Version MC90-V


Year: 2009
Language: english
Author: KONGSBERG MARITIME AS
Publisher: KONGSBERG MARITIME AS
Edition: 1th
ISBN: -
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 22+36+198
Description: PREFACE
The Operators Manual contains only operator relevant information. The purpose of Operators Manual is to provide detailed information of the vessel and the
machinery modelled and on the operation of the machinery and systems.
The Operators Manual is divided into 4 parts.
Part 1 - Vessel and Machinery - Main particulars
The purpose of this part is to introduce the vessel type and main data, the configuration of the propulsion plant and of the electrical plant. Also an overview of the available service systems is included is in the part.
Part 2 - Automation and Control
The purpose of Part 2 is to describe the functions and the features of the automation and the remote control systems on board the vessel.
Part 3 - Machinery and Operation
The purpose of Part 3 is to provide a comprehensive manual describing system details and giving guidelines to operating procedures of each system.
Each system includes a system drawing and a description divided into 4 parts:
‐ General - describing the purpose of the system and also including system features and international regulations when relevant.
‐ Description – describing the system details.
‐ Operation procedures – giving a detailed guideline on the operation of each system. Importance is attached to the use of appropriate and safe procedures.
‐ Model particulars – focusing on special model features or limitations to be aware of.
Part 4 – Appendixes (not present)
Appendix A Trip Codes - an overview of default trip codes of the machinery. Appendix B Controllers and actuators – introduces the features of PID controllers and modulating valves.
 
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adita 02-May-2016 09:16

Some Operators instructions how to ...malfuncions and actions--Instructor:

To create an initial condition, "play" until desired running
status is obtained. This is done in the same fashion as
running an actual plant. Opening valves and starting
pumps until a stable running condition on different levels is
achieved.
When satisfied with simulator situation, chose display
INITIAL CONDITION and click on CREATE. Type in
name of condition and press enter
Fixed process
Instructor can set some systems in permanent no alarms
condition. Useful when sub systems are to be simulated
without disturbances
Instructor:
A scenario with an initial condition must be available and
chosen. This will be indicated on pictures right side. To
create, click on software button CREATE and click on one
of the buttons M01 to M40 and type in chosen name.
IMPORTANT: When a malfunction name has been typed
and ENTERED, a prompt will ask you which TAG name is
wanted.
THIS TAG NAME MUST BE WRITTEN WITH FULL
STYLE NAME AND NUMBER DIRECTLY COPIED
FROM MALFUNCTION LIST. IN ADDITION TYPE
IN EITHER _S OR .S. OTHERWISE TAG WILL NOT
ENTER. WHEN PROMPT CHANGES COLOUR, IT
WILL BE WRITTEN F.EX. M0201_S , AND YOU
ARE ALLOWED TO CONTINUE.
In section VALUE, active and passive values are entered.
When prompted, type in values either digital (0,1,2 etc.) or
analog in percentage of max values
ACTIVE Value entered is value when fault is activated.
Either one triggered as one continuos fault or as repeating
fault.
PASSIVE Value entered is starting level. That is condition
of operation before fault is activated.
UNIT Engineering unit or percentage. Not necessary to be
entered.
Action Editor:
Allows editing of actions, i.e. somebody stopping a pump
unintentionally..
Active in instructor mode only.
Using and creating actions as malfunction editor. Input of
tag names similar to malfunctions editor, adding period S
or underscore S after tag. When starting a scenario, wanted
malfunctions and action to be performed during simulation
must be chosen by clicking on software buttons. Changing
colours will indicate which buttons are activated. In front
of each buttons is a light with 2 circles. Inner circle lit
means that READING is active, meaning set intervals are
reached, and action started.
Outer circle lit means action is activated, but waiting for set
time interval to be reached in order to switch action on.
Time Editor:
Allows editing of response time.
Active only in instructor mode.
Malfunction Editor:
Allows editing of malfunctions during simulation.
Instructor:
A scenario with an initial condition must be available and
chosen. This will be indicated on pictures right side. To
create, click on software button CREATE and click on one
of the buttons M01 to M40 and type in chosen name.
IMPORTANT: When a malfunction name has been typed
and ENTERED, a prompt will ask you which TAG name is
wanted.
THIS TAG NAME MUST BE WRITTEN WITH FULL
STYLE NAME AND NUMBER DIRECTLY COPIED
FROM MALFUNCTION LIST. IN ADDITION TYPE
IN EITHER _S OR .S. OTHERWISE TAG WILL NOT
ENTER. WHEN PROMPT CHANGES COLOUR, IT
WILL BE WRITTEN F.EX. M0201_S , AND YOU
ARE ALLOWED TO CONTINUE.
In section VALUE, active and passive values are entered.
When prompted, type in values either digital (0,1,2 etc.) or
analog in percentage of max values.
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