Combined Cycle Power Plants these days are like gas stations; whenever one starts up, another one crops up across the corner. Competition is fierce and with a small team, this puts a strain on the plant and heightens risk.
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To keep your simulator and plant in sync requires effort, and often taxes an already busy staff. A little pre-planning can make everyone’s life easier. That’s where a simulator maintenance agreement shines.
Conventional power plants burning coal and natural gas need to seize every opportunity to be profitable in this new energy era.
The first of three US nuclear power plants for which GSE is building a full-scope second simulator has completed Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT), another major project milestone.
High-fidelity electrical modeling software allows your plant operations staff to train on the unusual events highlighted in recent guidelines and which are based on historical events.
Procedures drive the safe and efficient operation of the company. They must be well written, clearly understood and accurate to support error-free performance.
IO problems causing simulator downtime? In this blog we discuss the pros and cons of custom vs modular IO systems and compare some of the most well-known modular IO system providers.
When your boss says funds are available at the end of the year, you better have a quote in hand. Here are some quick turnaround projects to put your year-end money to good use!
We’re halfway through the first full-scope nuclear power plant simulator project the US has seen in years and letting you in on 3 tips to help you prepare for and plan your second simulator project.
Power plants have their own unique lifecycle and are ever evolving. Whether it’s digitalization of analog, equipment upgrades, environmental systems or advanced control applications, chances are that your plant is consistently in some phase of commissioning new equipment and processes.