PDF ABB Marine Academy course catalogue 2016 - 48 Pages

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Welcome to ABB Marine Academy Training and competence management are one of the key success factors to our customers. ABB Marine service team has expertise in most vessel segments, such as cruise, LNG carriers, drillships, icebreakers and OSVs. Our areas of competence include commissioning, support, supply of spare parts, planned maintenance, retrofits and upgrades. This extensive competence pool enables us to understand and anticipate the needs of our customers and match these needs with tailored training. our courses to a clear training path. I hope you will recognize these improvements when...

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Training paths Coaching & problem-based workshops Training for performance improvement and knowledge sharing. This type of training requires long e xperience nd a is preferably executed nboard o or using simulators. Basic courses Courses to familiarize with diesel electric system or improve focus on safe working conditions. Instruction through classroom training or on customer premises. E-learning Basic introduction: Marine Courses can be tailored to meet customer needs. diesel electric system. Level 2 – advanced system courses Learn how to operate the systems in a optimum way and to handle different...

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H860 - Marine power plant basics for technical staff Prerequisites and recommendations: None Course objectives: Upon completion of this course the participants will have an understanding of a marine power plant’s design and function and an understanding of the ABB propulsion system. Level: Basic Duration: 3 days (+1 day for Azipod® if required) Student profile: Marine engineers and electro-technical personnel at the support and operational level. Main topics: - Marine power plant overview - Regulation principles - Frequency converters - Motors & generators - Basic electrical occupational safety...

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H861 - General course for deck staff Prerequisites and recommendations: None Course objectives: The goal of the course is to familiarize the participants with ABB diesel electric Azipod® propulsion basic features including remote control system, power plant and distribution to Azipod® units. Level: Basic Duration: 4 days Main topics: - Diesel electric Azipod® propulsion system main components and their functions - Power generation, distribution and consumers - Azipod® propulsion system terminology - Frequency converter propulsion with power plant overview - Azipod® units technical overview - Alarm...

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H862 - LNG Electrical Propulsion system Prerequisites and recommendations: The participant should have fundamental knowledge of vessel operation, and have basic knowledge of Windows XP. Completion of ACS6000 SD/AD marine drive course or similar knowledge is advisable. Course objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to understand the function of electrical propulsion control systems and operate the maintenance station. Main topics: - Electrical propulsion system overview - Operation of maintenance station - Software introduction - Fault tracing and troubleshooting Level:...

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H913 - Drilling drive system, advanced Prerequisites and recommendations: Drilling drive system course from ABB or similar knowledge is advisable. Course objectives: Upon completion of this course the participants will be able to explain the ABB drilling system project configuration and functions of different components. The participants will be able to trace alarms from the process panel down to drives and control components. System backup and recovery will also be discussed. Level: 2 - Advanced Duration: 4 days Main topics: - System structure and project configuration of ABB drilling drive system...

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2. Electrical products courses

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H863 - ACS6000c NTY cycloconverter Prerequisites and recommendations: Marine power plant basic course for technical staff in ABB propulsion and marine high voltage safety course or similar knowledge is advisable. Course objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to understand the drive topology and operation. Students will be able to locate the hardware components, test, measure, troubleshoot and replace the drive’s parts when needed, and understand the function of propulsion and drive control. Level: 1 - Product Duration: 5 days Student profile: Marine engineers and electro-technical...

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H864 - ACS6000 AD/SD marine drive Prerequisites and recommendations: Marine power plant basic course for technical staff in ABB propulsion and marine high voltage safety course or similar knowledge is advisable. Course objectives: Students will be able to understand the drive topology, be able to locate hardware components, to verify and replace the drive’s parts, and to perform preventive maintenance. They will understand the function of propulsion and drive control (5 day course). Main topics: - Function and operation of ACS6000 AD/SD drive - Function of DriveWindow software - Preventive maintenance...

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H865 - SAMI Megastar marine drive Prerequisites and recommendations: Marine power plant basic course for technical staff in ABB propulsion and marine high voltage safety course or similar knowledge is advisable. Course objectives: The goal of this course is to teach students to operate, maintain and trouble-shoot Megastar W in marine applications. Students will learn how the Megastar is connected to the vessel automation system. The training covers the following types and constructions: - SAMI Megastar W – single/parallel drive - Drives with APC-controller Level: 1 - Product Duration: 4 days Student...

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H866 - STADT x-AC-y-z Prerequisites and recommendations: Marine power plant basic course for technical staff in ABB propulsion or similar knowledge is advisable. Course objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to locate the hardware components, to verify and replace the drive’s parts and to perform preventive maintenance. Main topics: - In-depth theory of the Stadt x-AC-y-z drive principles - Hardware description - Software introduction - Water cooling system - Operation - Fault-tracing and troubleshooting Duration: 4 days Student profile: Marine engineers and electro-technical...

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