Steam Turbines and Operation of Steam Turbines

2018-06-06 - 2018-06-07
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Koblenz-Kongress Rhein-Mosel-Halle
Julius-Wegeler-Straße 4 56068 Koblenz
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The aim of the conference is to ensure the continuation of operating steam turbines and its ancillary facilities with high availability and good efficiencies in the future, with the help of the exchange of experience.

Experiences – gained from changes in the market and the reactions on the manufacturer and operator side as well as in the entire service sector – shows, that this experience exchange is immensely important.

The main issues focuses on:

  • Requirements for operating and maintenance
  • Operation and revision of industrial steam turbines
  • Preservation
  • Condition monitoring system and assessment
  • Grid restoration
  • New concepts for operating
  • Gearbox and Coupling

This conference offers further aspects and opportunities – also beyond the steam turbine operation – to exchange expertise.

  • Programme >
    (Subject to change)
    Conference languages: German and English – simultaneous translation to be provided

    Last update: 24 May 2018

    Tuesday, 5 June 2018
      Technical visit of Deloro Wear Solutions GmbH
    Deloro Wear Solutions GmbH invites all interested persons to a technical visit:
    Foundry | Welding Shop | Mechanic | Quality Control | Laboratory
    The technical visit starts at 15:00 (reception at the entrance), end will be approximately 17:00.
    Wednesday, 6 June 2018
      Moderation: Dr. Bernhard Leidinger, plenum AG Management Consulting, Frankfurt am Main
    08:00 VGB and exhibitors invite you to a standing reception
    09:15 Opening of the conference by
    Dipl.-Ing. Hartmut Strangfeld, RWE Power AG, Grevenbroich
    09:30
    V1
    Preservation required? When and why are what measures necessary?
    Dipl.-Ing. MBA Christiane Holl, Hydro – Engineering GmbH, Mülheim an der Ruhr
    10:00
    V2
    The recent VDMA/VGB information paper “Scope of the Pressure Equipment Directive related to the turbine unit” – Contents and background
    Ralf Nothdurft, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Stuttgart
    10:30 Discussion of lectures 1 and 2
    10:45 Visit of the exhibition including coffee break
    11:15
    V3
    Advanced OEM-independent service activities for last stage low pressure steam turbines of ND-type
    Dr. Radoslaw Wisniewski, EthosEnergy Poland S.A., Wroclaw/Poland
    11:45
    V4
    Findings at LP-Rotors, Solutions under safety and economical aspects
    M.Sc. Marco Redieß1, Dipl.-Ing. Armin Lehmann2, Dipl.-Ing. Hans-Peter Tielsch2, Dipl.-Ing.(BA) Wolfgang Freimann3 und Dipl.-Ing. Frank Günther3
    1 Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG, Cottbus
    2 Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG, Spremberg
    3 Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG, Peitz
    12:30 Discussion of lectures 3 and 4
    12:45 Lunch break and visit of the exhibition
    13:45
    V5
    Steam turbines last stage blade health monitoring system
    Shan Peng, Cheng Kai, Zhang Jiamin and Zhang Ya, Shanghai Electric, China
    14:15
    V6
    Customized solutions for findings at steam turbines of peaker units
    Dr. Carsten Weiß, Jörn Bettentrup and Stefan Hell, Siemens AG, Mülheim an der Ruhr
    14:45 Discussion of lectures 5 and 6
    15:00 Visit of the exhibition including coffee break
    15:30
    V7
    High-efficiency turbo gear units to drive generators by gas and steam turbines
    Christian Landgraf, Voith Turbo BHS Getriebe GmbH, Sonthofen
    16:00
    V8
    Prevention of subsequent damages at the gearbox due to a wrong installation and an unfavorable coupling
    Dipl.-Ing. Karl Göcking und Dr.-Ing. Daniel Schrömbgens, Renk AG, Rheine
    16:30
    V9
    System restoration – Concepts for steam turbine power plants
    Dipl.-Ing. Martin Bennauer1, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Kreischer2 und Dipl.-Ing. Heribert Werthes3
    1Siemens AG, Mülheim an der Ruhr
    2Helmut-Schmidt-Universität/Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg, Hamburg
    3PowerDyn GmbH, Essen
    17:00 Discussion of lectures 7, 8 and 9
    17:30 End of the first day
    18:30 Access to the MS “Godesburg”
    Thursday, 7 June 2018
      Moderation: Dr. Bernhard Leidinger, plenum AG Management Consulting, Frankfurt am Main
    09:00
    V10
    Beyond design operations: Modern and adequate condition assessment of critical turbine components
    Dr.-Ing. Albert Bagaviev and Dr.-Ing. Ansgar Kranz, TÜV Rheinland Werkstoffprüfung GmbH, Köln
    09:30
    V11
    Current damage trends for industrial turbines
    Harald Pecher, Thomas Gellermann et al., Allianz Zentrum für Technik, München
    10:00
    V12
    Conclusions out of interesting damage cases in connection with revisions
    Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Hans-Günther Busch, HDI Global SE, Essen, und Dipl.-Ing. Peter Richter, VGB PowerTech e.V., Essen
    10:30 Discussion of lectures 10, 11 and 12
    11:00 Visit of the exhibition including coffee break
    11:30
    V13
    Secondary turbine Wilhelmshaven – Overhaul experience in 2016
    Dr.-Ing. Matthias Humer, Uniper Anlagenservice GmbH, Gelsenkirchen
    12:00
    V14
    The industrial steam turbine as an actuator in the future energy grid
    Dr.-Ing. Kristin Abel-Günther, MAN Diesel & Turbo SE, Hamburg, and Dr.-Ing. Christian Scharfetter, MAN PrimeServ, Hamburg
    12:30 Discussion of lectures 13 and 14
    12:45 Lunch break and visit of the exhibition
    13:45
    V15
    General overhaul of a 1970 KR 50 steam turbine
    Arnold Fiegel, Malte Vogt and Hans Schäfer, Currenta GmbH & Co. OHG, Leverkusen
    14:15
    V16
    Repowering of a captive heat and power plant for lifetime extension and efficiency increase
    Dipl.-Ing. Kai Poßekel1, Abdullah Ocak2, Kaan Sevincli2, Sinan Basar3 und Dr.-Ing. Friedrich Hembach1
    1Sweco GmbH, Köln
    2Aksa Akrilik Kimya Sanayii A.Ş., Yalova/Turkey
    3Sweco Turkey, Ankara/Turkey
    14:45 Discussion of lectures 15 and 16
    15:15 End of the conference
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    For reservation please send the Hotel reservation form by fax or e-mail until 22 April 2018 at the latest.

    Contact:

    • Koblenz-Kongress | Marion Keller | Julius-Wegeler-Straße 4 | 56068 Koblenz/Germany | P: +49 261 91481-23 | F: +49 261 91481-22 | E-Mail keller@koblenz-kongress.de

    Room contingents are available in the below mentioned Hotels:

    • Mercure Hotel Koblenz
      Julius-Wegeler-Straße 6 | 56068 Koblenz/Germany
      Position: City centre, direct access to Rhein-Mosel-Halle
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      Neversstraße 15 | 56068 Koblenz/Germany
      Location: City centre, across from the central station

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