TRAINING APPLIED STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL BEST PRACTICES

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TRAINING APPLIED STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL

training applied statistical process control di indonesia

BEST PRACTICES

clip_image001 COURE OVERVIEW

Applied Statistics introduces the students to the use of basic statistical concepts in agribusiness applications. This course emphasizes topics on sampling and non-parametric methods which isn’t covered in Basic Statistics course. In sampling topic, students learn to plan, execute, and evaluate of sample surveys. The sampling topic covers: simple random, stratified, and cluster sampling; multistage and systematic sampling; questionnaire design; cost functions; and optimal designs. The student ezs must organize the team, perform, and analyse actual sample surveys. Nonparametric topic covers concepts of parametric and nonparametric statistics, hypothesis tests, ranks, order statistics, classical distribution-free tests. In the end of the course, the students will conduct a real life survey, analyse collected data and present the survey result.

The purpose of this course is to deliver the knowledge and understanding of the key elements of statistocal business process that are fundamental to commercial organization.

clip_image001[1] TRAINING’S TITLES

STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL BEST PRACTICE

clip_image001[2] OBJECTIVES

· Inderstand the purposeof stastistical process control

· Be able to set up and use chats for means, ranges, standard deviations, and proportion non-conforming

· Be able to use and approriate methode to estimate short term standard deviation

· Be able to interpretthe variability of a process in relation to the required tolerances

clip_image001[3] TRAINING METHODS

Day 1

  1. Introduction to Statistical Analysis

• Example case study in SPSS

• Objective of statistical analyses

2. Exploratory Data Analysis

• Why data exploration is essential in statistical inference

• Informal descriptions of data – numerical and visual summaries

3. Introduction to Hypothesis Testing

• Translating scientific questions into statistical hypotheses

• Formulating and testing one sample hypotheses

• Interpreting the output of a hypothesis test – p-values and errors

Day-2

4. Choosing an Appropriate Statistical Test

· One sample case study using t-test and Wilcoxon signed rank test

· Parametric or Non-parametric tests

5. Comparing Two Populations

• Extending one population hypotheses to two populations

• Two sample t-test and Wilcoxon rank sum test

• Paired t-test and Wilcoxon signed rank test

· Practice Session

Day-3

6. Exercise 1: Using SPSS

7. Exercise 2. Importing data into SPSS

Day-4

8. • Exercise 3. Numerical and visual data summaries

9. • Exercise 4. One sample t-test

10. • Exercise 5. One sample t-test, Wilcoxon signed rank test

Day-5

11. Exercise 6. Which test and why?

12. Exercise 7. Two sample t-test or Wilcoxon rank sum test

13. Exercise 8. Paired t-test and Wilcoxon signed rank test

Day-6

14. Data interpretation & Reporting

15. Course Review & Evaluation

clip_image001[4] PARTICIPANTS

This program is intended for Personal in any level in Production, Inventory, Logistics Maintenance, and Quality Manager and supervisor

clip_image001[5] INSTRUCTORS

DR. Akhmad Sodikin, SE, MM, M.Si

He completed his doctorate in Economics from the Padjajaran University. He is an expert on research and capital market analysts who mastered various research methodologies. Actively involved as a trainer and consultant in the activities of research and training projects related to competence

clip_image001[6] Below are descriptions & courses content:

TRAINING GENERATOR EXCITATION: MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

DESCRIPTION

Generator excitation is a proven excitation system solution offering enhanced performance, protection, and life extension across a broad range of generator sizes and manufacturers. The system has applied to new and retrofit applications on gas, steam, and hydro turbine driven generators worldwide.

COURSE CONTENT

  1. Excitation fundamentals
  2. Generator parameters
  3. Excitation system on line and excitation drawings
  4. Manual and automatic regulation
  5. Control and protective circuits
  6. Digital excitation system overview
  7. Analog and digital signal training
  8. Online and offline troubleshooting maintenance
  9. Digital generator protection

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

· Participants should possess a two-year degree in electronics or equivalent work experience

· Participants are encouraged to research their turbine-generator equipment and documentation, and to bring a copy of their system elementary drawing with them to class.

GENERREX EXCITATION

Operation, Maintenance & Testing

DESCRIPTION

This course improves participants’ ability to operate, adjust, maintain and test the Generrex excitation system for large AC generators. Operational safety precautions are detailed for personnel and equipment during troubleshooting and maintenance activities.

COURSE CONTENT

  1. Machine fundamentals
  2. AC system fundamentals

3. Generrex Excitation System

  1. System overview
  2. Principles of operation
  3. Systems prints
  4. Data forms
  5. Calibration procedures

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

· Participants should possess a two-year degree in electronics or equivalent work experience

· Participants are encouraged to research their turbine-generator equipment and documentation, and to bring a copy of their system elementary drawing with them to class.

ALTERREX EXCITATION

Operation, Maintenance & Testing

DESCRIPTION

This course improves participants’ ability to operate, maintain and test the Alterrex system.

COURSE CONTENT

1. Excitation Systems Fundamentals

Ø Machine theory

Ø Energy and vectors

Ø Excitation system parameters

Ø Power conversion

2. Principles of Operation

Ø Exciter

Ø Automatic and manual regulator functions

Ø Protective functions

Ø Generator control panel and exciter alarm interface

3. System Test and Calibration Procedures

Ø Shutdown with simulated source, load and feedback

Ø Offline

Ø Online

Ø Proper SCR firing

Ø Protective function certification

4. Maintenance and Troubleshooting Procedures

Ø System cleaning

Ø Setting generator and exciter brush holders

Ø Troubleshooting analysis and procedures

Ø VT/CT polarities

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

· Participants should possess a two-year degree in electronics or equivalent work experience

· Participants are encouraged to research their turbine-generator equipment and documentation, and to bring a copy of their system elementary drawing with them to class.

TRAINING STATIC VOLTAGE REGULATOR (SVR) EXCITATION SYSTEMS

Design, Operation & Maintenance

DESCRIPTION

This course familiarizes students with the design, operation and maintenance of the static voltage regulator excitation system. Classroom discussions are supplemented with laboratory sessions or classroom exercises to allow direct application of the class material.

COURSE CONTENT

1. Generator excitation system online and offline fundamentals

2. Automatic start-up and shutdown

3. Generator parameters

4. System components

5. Protection circuits and settings including alarms, trips and corrective actions required

6. Manual and automatic regulation

7. Calibration and troubleshooting

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

· Engineer and Operators, Operation, Maintenance and Field Service Personnel.

· Participants should possess a two-year degree in electronics or equivalent work experience

· Participants are encouraged to research their turbine-generator equipment and documentation, and to bring a copy of their system elementary drawing with them to class.

TRAINING POTENTIAL SOURCE EXCITATION SYSTEM (BUSFED)

Design, Operation & Maintenance

DESCRIPTION

This course familiarizes maintenance technicians with the design, operation and maintenance of the potential source system in use on many gas turbine-generators and some steam turbine-generators. Classroom discussions are supplemented by laboratory sessions to allow direct application of the lecture material. Students should possess a two-year degree in electronics or equivalent work experience. Students are encouraged to bring a copy of their system’s elementary drawings with them to class.

COURSE CONTENT

1. Fundamentals of generator operation

2. System components and function

3. System operation:

Ø Offline

Ø Online

Ø Parallel operation

Ø Protection

4. Maintenance, troubleshooting and system calibration

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Engineers and Operators, Operation, Maintenance and Field Service Personnel. Students should possess a two-year degree in electronics or equivalent work experience

TRAINING PROFITABLE STEAM TURBINE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

DESCRIPTION

Profitable Steam Turbine Operation and Maintenance is intended for operating and maintenance personnel who need an overall understanding of the complete steam turbine system. It is an interactive study of the fundamental systems of the steam turbine and will stress performance and maintenance issues affecting the efficiency and reliability of steam turbines. Familiarity with basic operating parameters and mechanical concepts will be helpful. Case studies will be presented to illustrate real world problems and students will work in teams to solve troubleshooting, operating and maintenance issues. Participants may submit questions in advance regarding troubleshooting, operating and maintenance issues faced in their jobs.

COURSE CONTENT

1. Steam systems and operation

2. Seals and controlling leakage

3. Diaphragms-construction, supports, and seals

4. Seals, gland seal system, shaft seals, tip seals

5. Exhaust hood-diffuser, configurations

6. Bearings-journal and thrust applications

7. Water removal-catchers, bleeds, drains

8. Steam turbine maintenance

9. Lube and oil systems

10. Control, start-up and protection systems

11. Condensation, contamination and corrosion

12. Upgrades, modifications and overhaul topics

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Plant Managers and Operators, Operation, Maintenance and Field Service Personnel, Insurance and Risk Mitigation Companies and EPC Contractors who are involved with the operation, maintenance and management of petrochemical, industrial power, power generation and the oil and gas industries.

BOILER FEEDPUMP TURBINE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Mechanical Drive Turbine Components & Systems

DESCRIPTION

This course enables operators, engineers and competent technicians to operate and maintain a boiler feed pump turbine properly. The aim of this course is to provide personnel with a comprehensive background in mechanical drive turbine components and systems. This fundamental knowledge allows participants to approach operations and maintenance activities with confidence.

COURSE CONTENT

1. Turbine Operating Principles

2. Turbine Components

Ø Stationary parts, rotors, bearings and journals, couplings (and alignment checks), turning gear, steam control valves and protective devices

Ø Front standard

Ø Overview of components and systems

3. Turbine Controls and Protective Devices

4. Turbine Support Systems

Ø High pressure hydraulic, control, steam seal and lubricating oil

5. Turbine Operations

Ø Start-up, loading and shutdown

6. Turbine Inspection and Maintenance

Ø Periodic inspections, lubrication maintenance tests and use of special tools

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Plant Managers and Operators, Operation, Maintenance and Field Service Personnel, Insurance and Risk Mitigation Companies and EPC Contractors who are involved with the operation, maintenance and management of petrochemical, industrial power, power generation and the oil and gas industries.

BOILER FEEDPUMP TURBINE OPERATIONS

Approach Operation Activities with Confidence

DESCRIPTION

This course enables engineers and competent technicians to operate a boiler feedpump turbine properly. The aim of this course is to provide personnel with a comprehensive background in mechanical drive turbine components, systems and controls. This fundamental knowledge allows participants to approach operation activities with confidence.

COURSE CONTENT

1. Turbine Operating Principles

2. Turbine Components

Ø Stationary parts, rotors, bearings and journals, couplings, turning gear, steam control valves and protective devices

3. Front Standard

Ø Overview of components and systems

4. Turbine Controls

Ø Description

Ø Programming

Ø Operation

5. Turbine Support Systems

Ø High pressure hydraulic, control, steam seal and lubricating oil

6. Turbine Operations

Ø Start-up, loading and shutdown

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Plant Managers and Operators, Operation, Maintenance and Field Service Personnel, Insurance and Risk Mitigation Companies and EPC Contractors who are involved with the operation, maintenance and management of petrochemical, industrial power, power generation and the oil and gas industries.

COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANTS

DESCRIPTION

This course deals with the design and general operation and maintenance characteristics of a combined cycle power plant with emphasis on the major Components.  Overall design and operation concepts along with basic operation and maintenance problems for the various pieces of Turbo Machinery (Gas Turbines, Steam Turbines, and Boiler Feed Water Pumps) are discussed.  Discussions and design parameters of the Heat Recovery and Steam Generating (HRSG) systems the feed water heaters and the Condensers are also included.  Other topics covered are bearings and seals, lubrication systems, instrumentation, vibration analysis, flexible couplings aero-thermal performance and on-line condition monitoring of the Power Plant.  An emphasis is placed on providing practical information with minimal theory. Discussion of problems experienced is encouraged.

BENEFIT OF ATTENDING

ü Improved job performance and decision-making capabilities where turbo machinery is involved.

ü Integrated understanding of practical turbo machinery design, operation and maintenance requirements.

ü Unbiased technology transfer between participants

COURSE CONTENT

1. Overview of the major Plant Equipment

2. Major Equipment Gas Turbine Technology

3. Axial Flow Compressors and Turbines

4. Combustors, Materials Coatings and Fuels

5. Fuels

6. Steam Turbine Technology

7. HRSG Technology

8. Condensers

9. Feed Water Pumps

10. Power Plant Performance

11. Maintenance

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is aimed at engineers and operational personnel who need a broad-based introduction to practical operation and design considerations of a major combined cycle Power Plant.

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