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Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics

November 10, 20164 months ago

22 - 23 November 2016
Technical Seminar : Condition monitoring of turbine lubricating oils

Oil varnishing, oxidation and phosphate ester degradation are among the most threatening problems for both gas and steam turbines. Fortunately, there are ways to detect and remedy these issues efficiently and effectively. Discover the best available lubricating oil analysis techniques and contamination control procedures during the two-day seminar ‘Condition monitoring of turbine lubricating oils’ in Singapore. Applying these techniques will enable you to improve the reliability and availability of your equipment.

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October 26, 20165 months ago

Our new brochure "How cyber-safe are your industrial
control systems?" is now online!

Our new brochure “Industrial control systems - Attractive targets for cyber-attacks” is now available. From a detailed assessment of your current cyber security status to full 24/7 monitoring, ENGIE Lab Laborelec combines IT and ICS knowledge to successfully combat and prevent cyber-attacks. Our five-point end-to-end programme safeguards your critical industrial control systems. Get your copy here.

October 26, 20165 months ago

Our new brochure “Vibration monitoring of turbogroups"
is now online!

Our new brochure “Vibration monitoring of turbogroups - An essential tool in your predictive maintenance strategy” is now available. LVMS is ENGIE’s solution for vibration monitoring of large turbogroups. It facilitates condition assessment and the information it delivers guides your people and remote experts in situations where time constraints are important. Want to know more? Get your copy here.

June 30, 20168 months ago

Technical Seminar : Recent developments in oil analysis and condition monitoring of power transformers

Discover the best available techniques to keep your power transformers in good shape

You observe gassing in your insulating oil, but you're not sure whether it's stray gassing or a problem with your transformer? You're looking for new and better ways to identify insulation paper degradation? You want to know which option is best to maximize the reliability of your diagnostics: oil analyses or electrical measurements? You will find the answers to these and many other questions during Laborelec’s two-day technical seminar ‘Recent developments in oil analysis and condition monitoring of power transformers’.

In collaboration with:
CC Jensen, Morgan Schaffer, Shell, Vaisala, Camlin Power, Ergon, CG Power Systems

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February 8, 20161 year ago

19 - 20 April 2016
Technical Seminar : Condition monitoring of turbine lubricating oils

Oil varnishing, oxidation and phosphate ester degradation are among the most threatening problems for both gas and steam turbines. Fortunately, there are ways to detect and remedy these issues efficiently and effectively. Discover the best available lubricating oil analysis techniques and contamination control procedures during the two-day seminar ‘Condition monitoring of turbine lubricating oils’ in Dubai. Applying these techniques will enable you to improve the reliability and availability of your equipment.

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January 8, 20152 years ago

Predicting amine mist formation based on aerosol number concentration and size measurements in flue gas

Amine based solvent used for CO2 capture can be lost during the process due to: degradation, vaporization, mechanical losses and aerosol (mist) formation. Only recently, studies have appeared pointing out that aerosols can dominate the total amine emission at pilot plant scale behind coal fired power plants. Future full scale amine scrubber installations will be imposed emission limit values (ELV) for a number of components including NH3 and the amine itself. Most likely these ELV will be expressed as maximum concentrations tolerated in the CO2 poor flue gas leaving the stack so it is important to prevent or cure amine aerosol emission. The study presents a novel combination of two existing measurement techniques, that measure: (i) amine emissions from the top of the absorber using FTIR and (ii) PSD of the incoming flue gas using the ELPI+. The study is the first to show how combining these two measurement techniques allows to predict the presence or absence of mist formation. This hypothesis is based on information obtained during several measurement campaigns on different pilot plants.

More info on predicting amine mist formation based on aerosol number concentration and size measurements in flue gas (researchgate)
 
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