Application of Digital Video Interactive Technology for Operation and Maintenance of Industrial Gas Turbines

K. Golas, S. Mutter, A. J. Smalley, G. Quentin
1992 Volume 4: Heat Transfer; Electric Power; Industrial and Cogeneration   unpublished
· The operation and maintenance of large combustion tur bines for electric power generation can be enhanced by training plant operators and maintenance technicians using Digital Video Interactive (DYi®) technology. DYi® is an all digital format for generating motion video, audio, animation, and graphics and still images. Using DVI®for visual information display provides effective training that encom passes both functional and diagnostic training, and can be aug mented by on-line access to gas
more » ... rbine documentation. The success of DVI®as a training vehicle is expected to be patterned afterthe success of interactive videodisc with the added advantage of an all digital format . DYi® is being integrated with other advanced technologies including expert systems and intelligent tutoring to form a complete informational resource for diagnostic training, visual data bases, and post disturbance analysis and blade inspection. These informational resources can be applied to on-site training using a new low-cost portable delivery system combining powerful microcomputers, dual visual displays, and large disk storage media. This portable information system is an outgrowth of the EPRI research into field troubleshooting based upon the SA*VANT®system. SA*VANT®is a portable computer-based expert system advisor to aid technicians in troubleshooting the Westinghouse 50 I during fail-to-start situations.
doi:10.1115/92-gt-238 fatcat:dohqe7baybgb7jye64ftr6o6cm