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Load Drooped Sharply

05/17/2012 3:17 AM

specially asking to wartsilla people . engine 18v46.

engine is running with 14 MW attach with system suddenly load dropped from 14 to 3 MW some time 2 and it self loaded up some time fast some time normally . load dropped very fast if u see on trend / graph straight line appear mean with in less then one sec. load dropped.

can any one tell the reason.

Thanks.

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Re: Load drooped sharply.

05/17/2012 3:36 AM

A brief internet search will reveal Wartsila's local office telephone numbers. Talk to them, as there will be little that their representatives haven't seen before.

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Re: Load Drooped Sharply

05/20/2012 2:30 PM

What kind of load is this? Is the load supposed to drop off in the process or is there a problem that is causing this? More information please.

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Re: Load Drooped Sharply

06/30/2012 11:46 PM

dispatching the load to the grid suddenly one engine dropped the load (active and reactive) but with in a seconed load become normal .

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Re: Load Drooped Sharply

08/12/2012 4:08 AM

Generator was running on full load that 14 MW lagging 0.8 pf.suddenly load drop on in one generator ( 5 generator are running except this and all are parallel to grid) sharply and with in milli seconed load come back normal ie 14 Mw again.

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Re: Load Drooped Sharply

05/21/2012 6:32 AM

check the governor

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