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Simulation and training for SPPA-T3000 Control System
Whoever runs a power plant, or wants to build a new plant, faces a great challenge: The lack of qualified, well-trained power plant personnel combined with aging existing control room operators. Therefore, it is important to provide practical training for your power plant personnel. Conventional, paper-based training methods only provide information, but not routine. Under the banner of high-fidelity simulators, Siemens offers several concepts for power plant simulation based on SPPA-S3000 that allow you to train your power plant personnel in a practical way for SPPA-T3000 Control System. In addition, virtual commissioning using SPPA‑S3000 can provide support for new construction projects as well as modernization projects.
The benefits of our SPPA-S3000 Simulator:
Real-life training environment, customized to specific needs: The SPPA-S3000 Individual Plant Simulator replicates your power plant in a 1:1 simulation, using the original SPPA-T3000 engineering data and process model of your plant. During operation, the simulator behaves just like the real power plant. All details on the operator screen match the original details in the control room. As a result, your power plant personnel can be trained to precisely meet the requirements. In addition, you can support and optimize your power plant’s startup/operation through virtual commissioning even before the plant is put into operation. You gain valuable information that accelerates commissioning of the real plant.
Real-life training environment, ready-to-use solution: The solution SPPA-S3000 Reference Plant Simulator incorporates a process simulation which is based on an existing Siemens reference power plant that has proven its success in operation. Supported reference plants include coal-fired power plants, combined cycle power plants and gas-fired power plants. The simulator utilizes the original components of the SPPA-T3000 Human Machine Interface (HMI), as well as an emulation of automation functions including the I/O modules and simulation of the reference power plant processes. The solution is deliverable on short notice and allows for detailed training on the original SPPA-T3000, even before the new construction or modernization project has been started.