However, the replacement machine is often dissimilar to the remaining or original machines which it must work in parallel with, which can present significant operational problems.
This is particularly applicable when trying to use newer machines with electronic governors and sophisticated electronic exicitation against older types with hydro-mechanical governors and static exciters.
Skill, experience and knowledge are required to overcome these problems in order to ensure satisfactory performance and to ensure that active, reactive and transient load sharing performance is acceptable when the replacement machine is working in parallel with the existing machines.
We have a strong track record of successful completion of many such projects, overcoming difficult technical obstacles and in some very challenging circumstances with the vessels in service and have a wealth of experience including…
We provide a full turnkey package, even down to preparation and submission to classification society of design drawings and management of the complete class approval process.