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PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL “PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL” MANUAL DE OPERACIÓN, MANTENIMIENTO Y

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

“PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL”

MANUAL DE OPERACIÓN, MANTENIMIENTO Y PARTES N/S.: 22.972

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PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL CLIENTE: GEODYNE ENERGY S.A. UBICACIÓN:

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

CLIENTE: GEODYNE ENERGY S.A.

UBICACIÓN: FARO VIRGENES SANTA CRUZ, ARGENTINA NUMERO DE SERIE: 22.972

COMPRESOR MODELO: JGJ-2 MARCA: ARIEL

N/S:F25438

CILINDRO 1era ETAPA:

MODELO:

MARCA:

11 RJ

ARIEL

N/S:C81715

VARIADOR DE ESPACIO NOCIVO:

MODELO:

MARCA:

11 RV

ARIEL

N/S:U51644

CILINDRO 2 da ETAPA:

MARCA: ARIEL

MODELO: 6 RJ

N/S: C 81716

MARCA: WEG CARCAZA:

MOTOR

355 M/L

3X380 V, 300 KW, 1500 RPM N/S: O A 98308

SOFT STARTER

MARCA: WEG

220-574 V, 3X 365 A

MODELO: SSW060365T2257SSZ

N/S: 700390

12-04-2006

417114417

SCRUBBERS SUCCION:

 

MARCA: GORA MODELO: SSG 104 ABVZ 150 DEMISTER: DT-393

N/S:4799

SCRUBBERS DESCARGA:

MODELO:

MARCA: GORA SSG 103 ABVZ 150 DEMISTER: DT-310-150-12

N/S: 4857

AERO ENFRIADOR:

MARCA: ARGENFRIO

N/S: 4666

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL SECCION 1

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

SECCION 1

SECCION 1 INDICE SECCION 2 INDICE PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS

SECCION 1

INDICE

SECCION 2

INDICE

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL DESCRIPCION DEL EQUIPO FUNCIONAMIENTO P&I COMPONENTES PRINCIPALES DESCRIPCIÓN TÉCNICA

MOTOR ELECTRICO

COMPRESOR

AERO ENFRIADOR

BOTELLONES DE PULSACIÓN

PLANOS GENERALES

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT - PLANTA COMPRESORA VISTAS EN DETALLE - PLANTA COMPRESORA DETALLES DE MONTAJE - PLANTA COMPRESORA

SECCION 3

DESCRIPCIÓN Y LISTADO DE CAÑERÍAS

DE PROCESO (GN) CIRCUITO DE ACEITE (COMPRESOR) DE DRENAJES (AGUA )

MATERIALES - NORMAS

SECCION 4

PANEL DE CONTROL GENERAL

LAYOUT - DESCRIPCIÓN

DIAGRAMAS Y ESQUEMAS ELÉCTRICOS PRESURIZACIÓN Y ALIMENTACIÓN DE AIRE LISTADO DE COMPONENTES

COMANDO

POTENCIA

SECCION 5

INSTRUMENTACIÓN UBICACIÓN DE INSTRUMENTOS

SECCION 6 CHECK LIST M ECÁNICO P IPING - FUNCIONAMIENTO E LÉCTRICO PUESTA EN MARCHA

SECCION 6

CHECK LIST

MECÁNICO PIPING - FUNCIONAMIENTO ELÉCTRICO

PUESTA EN MARCHA

FUNCIONAMIENTO NORMAL

PARADA DE PLANTA

FUNCIONAMIENTO NORMAL PARADA DE EMERGENCIA

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

UBICACIÓN VALVULAS DE BLOQUEO COMANDOS Y CONFIGURACIONES PANTALLA DE ALARMAS

DESCRIPCIÓN DE COMANDOS

SECCION 7

MANUALES Y CATÁLOGOS MECÁNICOS CATÁLOGOS DE INSTRUMENTOS CATÁLOGOS ELÉCTRICOS CATÁLOGOS NEUMÁTICOS CATÁLOGOS DE PIPING

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL SECCION 2

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

SECCION 2

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL DESCRIPCION DEL EQUIPO El equipo

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

DESCRIPCION DEL EQUIPO

El equipo al que se hace referencia, realiza el trabajo de elevarle la presión del gas, desde 5 / 5.5 kg/cm 2 a 63 kg/cm 2 , esto lo realiza en dos etapas.

Posee un sistema de drenaje automático comandado neumaticamente.

Todo el proceso se realiza en forma automática excepto el arranque, que es manual y supervisado desde un panel de control general. Como nos encontramos en un área clasificada, debido a la naturaleza del fluido a tratar, los componentes y la instalación es aprueba de explosión.

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL FUNCIONAMIENTO La capacidad de succión de la planta es de

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

FUNCIONAMIENTO

La capacidad de succión de la planta es de 70000 m 3 /día a 5 kg/cm 2 y 25ºC; con una descarga máxima de 63 kg/cm 2 y 49ºC, realizando previo a la compresión una separación de líquidos secundaria.

La planta consta de 6 etapas a saber (ver P&I, plano NB-8131 en sección),

1º_Etapa “succión y separación primaria”:

Lugar en donde se realiza el ingreso del gas proveniente de cañería general y se realiza una primera separación de líquidos en el “separador de admisión de la 1º etapa de compresión ø16” ”. En la brida de succión se encuentra un filtro de succión y el cuadro de válvulas del equipo.

2º_Etapa “Compresión primaria”:

La misma se realiza en el cilindro de la primer etapa, modelo #11 1/2 RJ, diámetro 279.4mm de un compresor reciprocante modelo JGJ, marca Ariel. El accionamiento es mediante un motor eléctrico de 400 hp marca Weg. Esta etapa, posee un variador de espacios nocivos.

3º_ Etapa “Refrigerado del gas 1º etapa”:

La compresión eleva la temperatura del gas, por lo tanto se lo refrigera en el “aero-enfriador 1º etapa”, para una posterior condensación. En un punto previo al ingreso.

4º_Etapa “succión y separación secundaria”:

Luego de enfriar el gas, en el aero-enfriador, se realiza una segunda separación de líquidos en el “separador de admisión 2º etapa de compresión ø14” ”. En la brida de succión se encuentra un filtro de succión.

6º_ Etapa “Compresión secundaria”:

Es realiza en el cilindro de la segunda etapa, modelo #6 3/8

RJ, diámetro 152.4mm.

7º_ Etapa “Refrigerado del gas 2º etapa”:

La elevación de la temperatura del gas, es reducida es esta etapa, para una posterior un posterior egreso del fluido a proceso. Previo pasaje por el cuadro de válvulas.

P&I PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

P&I

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL COMPONENTES PRINCIPALES DESCRIPCIÓN TÉCNICA

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

COMPONENTES

PRINCIPALES

DESCRIPCIÓN TÉCNICA

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL Motor eléctrico Motor eléctrico trifásico de 400 hp 380/660 V

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

Motor eléctrico

Motor eléctrico trifásico de 400 hp 380/660 V – 50 Hz. EX(n) Apto para área clasificada, provisto con resistencias calefactoras, para evitar la humedad del ambiente, rotación 1490 rpm. Arranque mediante soft – starter, marca Weg mod. SSW-06-0365. El motor se encuentra acoplado al compresor mediante un acoplamiento flexible de láminas Lamidisc de Jaure.mod. SX-255-6. Ver anexo por detalle de los mismos.

Sensado de las siguientes variables:

*Vibración en motor *Temperatura en bobinado de motor

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL Compresor Unidad compresora reciprocante con inyección de aceite forzada, mediante

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

Compresor

Unidad compresora reciprocante con inyección de aceite forzada, mediante bomba de lubricación interna y dosificador mecánico regulable, marca Ariel modelo JGJ incluye bomba de prelubricación eléctrica, enfriador de aceite con ventilador axial, válvula termostatica de regulación de temperatura de aceite.

Sensado y control de las siguientes variables:

*Ciclo de lubricación *Temperatura de aceite *Temperatura en la descarga de la primer etapa *Temperatura en la segunda etapa *Presión de aceite de lubricación *Presión en botellón de descarga en la primera etapa *Presión en botellón de descarga en la segunda etapa *Vibración en compresor *Nivel de aceite

Gobernado por PLC maestro, con las siguientes funciones :

Indicación de alarmas

Visualización de datos en pantalla (presión, temperatura, etc.)

Seteo de parámetros de funcionamiento

Programación de límites de seguridad

Unidad compresora, características:

Datos técnicos:

Fluido a comprimir…………………………………gas natural

Caudal ISO 1217………………………………… Presión de entrada……………………………… Presión de salida…………………………………

Temperatura de aspiración……………………….35º C máximo Humedad en aire de aspiración………………….100 % a la temperatura de aspiración. Temperatura de salida…………………………….+ 80º C Unidad compresora…………………………………ARIEL Modelo …………………………………………… JGJ

Velocidad eje motriz………………………………

Potencia absorbida………………………………….462 Kw

48,61

m3/min.

+ 5,0 barg

63 barg máximo

1400 rpm

Enfriador de aire – aceite PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL • Moto-ventilador eléctrico asincrónico trifásico,

Enfriador de aire – aceite

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

Moto-ventilador eléctrico asincrónico trifásico, antiexplosivo grupo II – A, IIB (IEC) Protección IP55, aislamiento clase F, tensión de alimentación 3x380V – 50 Hz – comandado desde unidad electrónica de control.

Separador Ø 16” – Primera etapa ESPECIFICACIONES TÉCNICAS: PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL Equipo Dynapack

Separador Ø 16” – Primera etapa

ESPECIFICACIONES TÉCNICAS:

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

Equipo

Dynapack SSG-106 ABVZ – S150 @ 16”

Servicio

Separador de gotas

Descripción

Filtro tipo Scrubber

Fluído a filtrar

G.N.C

Densidad

0.70 Kg/m3

Caudal de diseño:

3500 Sm3/min

Presión de diseño

10 Kg/cm2

Temperatura de diseño:

40ºC

Presión diferencial del filtro limpio:

15mm c.a.

Presión diferencian del filtro sucio:

200mm c.a.

Elemento filtrante modelo:

DT-0392X150X9LB

Medio filtrante:

Malla de acero inoxidable AISI 304

Soporte del filtro:

Chapa perforada AISI 304

Temperatura admisible

-20 ºC +100 ºC

Diseño del recipiente:

Según ASME VIII DIV. 1

Radiografiado

Pintura exterior

Amerlock 400+Poliuretano Revesta: 250micrones

Cuerpo cilíndrico

Acero SA-106 Gr. B

Tapa semielíptica

Acero SA-234 GRWBP

Fondo semielíptico

Acero SA-234 GRWBP

Espárragos:

Acero SA-193 Gr. B7

Tuercas:

Acero SA-194 Gr. 2H

Junta

Vitón

Conexión entrada de gas

Brida Ø4” # 150

Conexión salida de gas

Brida Ø4” # 150

Conexión de drenaje

Ø1” ANSI B16.11 - # 6000 NPT

Separador Ø 12” – Segunda etapa ESPECIFICACIONES TÉCNICAS: PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL Equipo Dynapack

Separador Ø 12” – Segunda etapa

ESPECIFICACIONES TÉCNICAS:

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

Equipo

Dynapack SSG-103 ABVZ – S150 @ 16”

Servicio

Separador de gotas

Descripción

Filtro tipo Scrubber

Fluído a filtrar

G.N.C

Densidad

0.70 Kg/m3

Caudal de diseño:

3500 Sm3/min

Presión de diseño

19 Kg/cm2

Temperatura de diseño:

80ºC

Presión diferencial del filtro limpio:

20mm c.a.

Presión diferencian del filtro sucio:

200mm c.a.

Elemento filtrante modelo:

DT-0300X150X9LB

Medio filtrante:

Malla de acero inoxidable AISI 304

Soporte del filtro:

Chapa perforada AISI 304

Temperatura admisible

-20 ºC +100 ºC

Diseño del recipiente:

Según ASME VIII DIV. 1

Radiografiado

Pintura exterior

Amerlock 400+Poliuretano Revesta: 250micrones

Cuerpo cilíndrico

Acero SA-106 Gr. B

Tapa semielíptica

Acero SA-234 GRWBP

Fondo semielíptico

Acero SA-234 GRWBP

Espárragos:

Acero SA-193 Gr. B7

Tuercas:

Acero SA-194 Gr. 2H

Junta

Vitón

Conexión entrada de gas

Brida Ø3” # 150

Conexión salida de gas

Brida Ø3” # 150

Conexión de drenaje

Ø1” ANSI B16.11 - # 6000 NPT

Aero enfriador PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL • Compuesto por dos paneles, según el siguiente

Aero enfriador

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

Compuesto por dos paneles, según el siguiente detalle:

1º ETAPA GAS-AIRE, tubos ASTM A-179 Ø 3/4" por 2.77 mm de espesor, aletados con fleje de aluminio de 10 mm y 400 aletas por metro, mandrilados a los cabezales con control automático de torque. Los cabezales son fabricados en chapa ASTM A-516 Gr.70, mecanizados y soldados.

2º ETAPA GAS-AIRE, tubos ASTM A-179 Ø 3/4" por 2.77 mm de espesor, aletados con fleje de aluminio de 10 mm y 400 aletas por metro, mandrilados a los cabezales con control automático de torque. Los cabezales son fabricados en chapa ASTM A-516 Gr.70, mecanizados y soldados.

Los paneles intercambiadores están montados sobre estructura construída en perfilaría de acero, incluyendo bafle porta ventilador en chapa de acero al carbono donde se alojan dos ventiladores de pala axial acoplados directamente a motores trifásicos anti- explosivos de 4HP cada uno a 1500 r.p.m. Conexiones bridadas.

CONDICIONES DE DISEÑO:

Caudal de gas:

70000m3/D

Temp. de entrada 1º etapa:

120ºC

Temp. de salida 1º etapa:

40ºC

Presión de entrada 1º etapa:

25Kg/cm2

Temp. de entrada 2º etapa:

150ºC

Temp. de salida 2º etapa:

50ºC

Presión de entrada 2º etapa:

80Kg/cm2

Temp. del aire:

25ºC

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL PLANOS GENERALES

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

PLANOS GENERALES

A continuación se adjuntan los siguientes: PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL GENERAL ARRANGEMENT - PLANTA

A continuación se adjuntan los siguientes:

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT - PLANTA COMPRESORA VISTAS EN DETALLE - PLANTA COMPRESORA DETALLES DE MONTAJE - PLANTA COMPRESORA UBICACION DE ANCLAJES EN FUNDACION - PLANTA COMPRESORA

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL VIBRACIONES

PLANTA COMPRESORA DE GAS NATURAL

VIBRACIONES

Engineering and Consulting Services, Inc. TORSIONAL ANALYSIS of WEG 400 HP, 1,490 RPM, 50 Hz

Engineering and Consulting Services, Inc.

TORSIONAL

ANALYSIS

of

WEG 400 HP, 1,490 RPM, 50 Hz MOTOR JAURE SX-255-6 COUPLING ARIEL MODEL JGJ/2 COMPRESSOR

SUBMITTED TO:

PALMERO SAN LUIS S.A.

APRIL 2006

ECSI JOB # 206-1430

TORSIONAL CRITICAL SPEED ANALYSIS

of

WEG 400 HP, 1,490 RPM, 50 Hz MOTOR JAURE SX-255-6 COUPLING ARIEL MODEL JGJ/2 COMPRESSOR

SUBMITTED TO:

PALMERO SAN LUIS S.A.

APRIL, 2006

ENGINEERING AND CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. BROKEN ARROW, OK

ECSI JOB # 206-1430

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DESCRIPTION

April 27, 2006

Motor:

Manufacturer: WEG, 400 Hp, 1,490 RPM, 50 Hz

Coupling:

Manufacturer: Jaure, Dry Flexible Disc, SX-255-6

Compressor:

Ariel, Model JGJ/2

RESULTS

For the original system with the Jaure SX-228-6 coupling, the train torsional natural frequency was determined to be 163.5 Hz. The separation between train natural frequency and the 7 th harmonic of compressor speed was adequate. However, the maximum torque in the coupling was higher than recommended. Changing the coupling to a SX-255-6 placed the natural frequency between the 7 th and 8 th harmonic with a reasonable maximum coupling torque. For the system with a SX-255-6 coupling, the train torsional system natural frequencies and API 618 Code checks are as follows:

Mode

Frequency

Check condition

Margin

Criteria

1 182.8 Hz

1x compressor speed or 24.8 Hz

636% above

±10%

2x compressor speed or 49.7 Hz

268% above

±5%

3x compressor speed or 74.5 Hz

145% above

±5%

4x compressor speed or 99.3 Hz

84% above

±5%

5x compressor speed or 124.2 Hz

47% above

±5%

6x compressor speed or 149.0 Hz

23% above

±5%

7x compressor speed or 173.8 Hz

5% above

±5%

8x compressor speed or 198.7 Hz

8% below

±5%

9x compressor speed or 223.5 Hz

18% below

±5%

10x compressor speed or 248.3 Hz

26% below

±5%

1x electric power freq. or 50 Hz

266% above

±10%

2x electric power freq. or 100 Hz

83% above

±5%

2 548.1 Hz

10x compressor speed or 248.3 Hz

121% above

±5%

2x electric power freq. or 100 Hz

448% above

±5%

Per API 618 Reciprocating Compressor Code, torsional natural frequencies of the compressor- driver system shall not be within 10 percent of any shaft speed in the rotating system, nor within 5 percent of any other multiple of operating shaft speed in the rotating system up to and

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including the tenth multiple. Additionally, for motor-driven compressors, torsional natural frequencies shall be separated from the first and second multiples of the electrical power frequency by the same ranges.

The 1 st critical is midway between the 7 th and 8 th harmonics with a separation of slightly more than 5% above the 7 th harmonic and 8% below the 8 th harmonic. The 2 nd critical is positioned well above the 10th harmonic and two times electrical line frequency. Hence, the above critical speeds are sufficiently removed from any significant torsional excitation source and meet API

618. From a torsional standpoint, the above critical speed margins are sufficient to prevent any

torsional resonant conditions and will give non-resonant torsional stresses in train components.

The torsional mode shapes are shown below.

Jaure SX-255-6 Coupling - Modal Response

1.200 1.000 0.800 Mode 1 0.600 Compressor 0.400 0.200 Motor Mode 2 0.000 -0.200 -0.400
1.200
1.000
0.800
Mode 1
0.600
Compressor
0.400
0.200
Motor
Mode 2
0.000
-0.200
-0.400
-0.600
Relative Displacement

DISCUSSION

The standard torsional analysis of rotating machinery is the calculation of undamped torsional natural frequencies and mode shapes for the system composed of all coupled rotating elements. Since most linear component equipment elements are considered to have a low level of system torsional damping, the undamped natural frequency calculation accurately predicts the actual

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train natural frequencies without the added complexities and uncertainties of estimating levels of torsional damping.

The undamped natural frequencies of torsional oscillation were calculated using the finite element method. In this approach the components of the torsional system are modeled as discrete structural elements with inertial masses. By performing an eigenvalue analysis of the mass and stiffness matrix, characteristic values and vectors are produced which represent the natural frequencies and mode shapes of free vibration.

Each major machinery element is considered a separate oscillating disk in the system. Stiffness of shaft portions between disks is calculated taking into account penetration of the shaft into an adjacent section of larger diameter when applicable.

The torsional idealized system is as follows:

Disk Aux Drive End Compressor Shaft Main #2 CL Compressor Shaft Throw #2 CL Compressor Shaft Throw #1 CL Compressor Shaft Main #1 CL Compressor Shaft Shoulder Stop & ½ Coupling SX-255-6 Coupling ½ Coupling Motor Shaft Motor Rotor Motor Shaft Extension

Inertia WR 2 (lb-in 2 )

Stiffness K (in-lb/rad x 10 6 )

135.6

 

8.2

249.8

 

56.8

559.2

 

57.6

560.3

 

56.8

275.6

 

42.3

964.4

 

16.5

991.7

 

31.0

35,035.2

 

nil

All compressor train components inertia and stiffness were provided by Ariel up to the shoulder stop. The stiffness of the shaft extension into the coupling hub was calculated using a 1/3- penetration factor and included in the coupling stiffness and inertia. The coupling inertia and stiffness was provided by Juare. The motor inertia and shaft stiffness were provided by WEG.

Additionally, a forced vibration torsional analysis was performed for the system using the Holzer method of analysis. The harmonic torques for this analysis were provided by Ariel. The maximum stress occurs in the motor shaft near the coupling. The resulting zero-to-peak stress in the motor shaft was calculated to be 339 Kg/cm 2 (4,828 psi). These stresses are well within allowable for the SAE 1045 motor shaft material with a yield stress of approximately 4,591 Kg/cm 2 (65,300 psi) and an ultimate strength of 5,962 Kg/cm 2 (84,800 psi).

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The peak dynamic torque in the coupling was calculated to be about 6,007 Nm (53,169 in-lb) which is acceptable for the SX-255-6 coupling with a maximum continuous torque rating of 10,200 Nm (90,277 in-lb).

RECOMMENDATIONS

Use the Jaure SX-255-6 coupling. With this coupling, no problems are anticipated with torsional resonant conditions affecting the coupling or shafts.

Thank you for allowing us to assist in this project. If any additional information is required, please contact us.

us to assist in this proj ect. If any additional information is required, please contact us.

ECSI Tom Steeper, P.E.

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TECHNICAL

DATA

Nr.: Fecha: 28/3/2006 09:56:22 HOJA DE DATOS Motor trifásico de inducción - Rotor de jaula

Nr.:

Fecha: 28/3/2006 09:56:22

HOJA DE DATOS

Motor trifásico de inducción - Rotor de jaula

Cliente Línea del producto

:

: Aplicación General - IP55 Eficiencia Estándar

Carcaza

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

: 355M/L

Potencia

400 HP

Frecuencia

50 Hz

Polos

4

Rotación nominal

1490

Deslizamiento

0,67 %

Voltaje nominal

380/660 V

Corriente nominal

535/308 A

Corriente de arranque

3580/2060 A

Ip/In

6,7

Corriente en vacío Par nominal

: 129/74,5 A : 1419 lb.ft

Par de arranque

220 %

Par máxima

240 %

Categoría

N

Clase de aislación

F

Elevación de temperatura

80 K

Tiempo de rotor bloqueado

: 47 s (caliente)

Factor de servicio

1,00

Régimen de servicio

S1

Temperatura ambiente

40

Altitud

1000 m

Protección

IP55

Masa aproximada

4075 lb

Momento de inercia Nivel de ruido

243,30 sq.ft.lb : 79 dB(A)

 

Delantero

Trasero

Carga

Factor de potenciaRendimiento (%)

Rodamiento

NU-322 C3

6319 C3

100%

0,89

95,8

Intervalo de lubrificación4487 h

9029 h

75%

0,87

95,6

Cantidad de grasa

60 g

45 g

50%

0,81

94,5

Ejecutante:

Verificado:

Versión

(J-130 LMI)

ISO 9001 ® ACCREDITED BY couplings CERTIFICATED FIRM
ISO
9001
®
ACCREDITED BY
couplings
CERTIFICATED FIRM

Lamidisc ® all steel coupling

(J-130 LMI) ISO 9001 ® ACCREDITED BY couplings CERTIFICATED FIRM Lamidisc ® all steel coupling
(J-130 LMI) ISO 9001 ® ACCREDITED BY couplings CERTIFICATED FIRM Lamidisc ® all steel coupling
®
®

Lamidisc ® coupling

JAURE has been engaged more than 35 years in the development and production of couplings that are used in a variety of applications ranging from light to heavy duty and low speed to high speed.

From our commitment for continuous improvement JAURE has developped a new disc coupling that provides a reliable trans- mission of mechanical power from driving to driven machines.

Disc couplings provide compensation for axial, angular and radial 1 misalignment. In general they have the following advan- tages:

• No need for lubrication and maintenance.

• There is no need to disassemble the coupling to inspect. Additionally, the condition of the discs can be checked while the machine is running, using a strobe light.

• The machine misalignment can be assessed.

• Torsionally rigid without any backlash.

• No wearing parts, high resistance to harsh environmental conditions.

• Infinite life if properly aligned.

Nevertheless, disc pack couplings have only a few disadvantages:

• They tend to impose large axial forces on the thrust bearings if the machines are not properly spaced.

• The life of the discs is a function of the operating misalignment of the coupling.

• Piloting of the disc pack to the hubs is a key factor especially for high speed applications.

However, if misalignmet is kept within specified limits, these couplings can last as long as the machines on which they are ins- talled.

To improve on these disadvantages, various couplings manufacturers have modified the profile in many ways. JAURE has accomplished a superior disc profile by using the more recent Finite Element Analysis. As a result of our development work, the LAMIDISC ® - 6 Bolts, can operate at 1.5º angular misalignment 2 continuously without loosing any torque capability, or in other words: impose smaller forces on the bearings for a given misalignment and transmit more torque than other com- petitive couplings .

transmit more torque than other com- petitive couplings . Disc finite analysis elements The angular misalignment
transmit more torque than other com- petitive couplings . Disc finite analysis elements The angular misalignment

Disc finite analysis elements

The angular misalignment between shafts can vary from 0 to 2 times α as per the figure shown:

offset α° offset α° 2x α° α°
offset
α°
offset
α°
2x
α°
α°

α = represents the angular misalignment per disc-pack

α (for Lamidisc®-6 under 202) = 1.5º

α (for Lamidisc® above or equal 202) = 1º

α (for Lamidisc®-8) = 0.5º

α (for Lamidisc®-10) = 0.4º

1- For radial misalignment 2 disc packs must be used. 2- See graph in Page 5.

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JAURE uses fitted bolts to pilot their couplings but for high speed applications has also found a straight-forward method of piloting the disc packs to their hubs (see below). By machining rabbets in the washers that are used to unitize the disc pack, it ensures the repeatability of residual unbalance standards, as mandated by API 671.

of residual unbalance standards, as mandated by API 671. Disc piloting (Jaure Patent) The discs of

Disc piloting (Jaure Patent)

as mandated by API 671. Disc piloting (Jaure Patent) The discs of the LAMIDISC ® couplings

The discs of the LAMIDISC ® couplings are made of high - grade stainless steels (AISI-301), ensuring not only a high strength and high endurance to fatigue, but also the resistance to most environmental conditions. Furthermore, discs can be covered with a low friction coefficient coating to improve the resistance to fretting wear.

LAMIDISC ® couplings utilizes unitized disc packs with 6, 8 and 10 bolts. The higher the number of bolts, the larger the torque that can be transmitted but the smaller the misalignment the couplings can accomodate.

The Lamidisc ® couplings can also be fitted with overload bushings which also serve as an anti-flail device.

The design and manufacture of LAMIDISC ® couplings is integrated into a certified Quality System according to DIN ISO 9001 to fulfil the high quality demands on LAMIDISC ® couplings.

The LAMIDISC ® couplings are offered in a variety of configurations to fit most applications: in addition, our engineering depart- ment can customize a coupling to special requirements: close - coupled, drop-out, electrically insulated, vertical mounting, safety couplings, etc. A notable design is our Lamidisc ® CX (reduced moment) coupling, that not only has the anti-flail devi- ce mandated by API 610, but offers a low weight and a short center of gravity to bearing distance.

weight and a short center of gravity to bearing distance. T esting machine Different disc profiles

Testing machine

short center of gravity to bearing distance. T esting machine Different disc profiles T echnical modifications

Different disc profiles

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® Lamidisc ® coupling Selection procedure 1.- Select the coupling type. 2.- Select the driven

® Lamidisc ® coupling

Selection procedure

1.- Select the coupling type. 2.- Select the driven machine service factor SFA from Table 1. Select the driving machine service factor SFD from Table 2. Care should be taken when the driving machine is other than a standard electric motor or turbine. Some engines will impose extra fluctua- tions on the drive system and allowance should be made accordingly. Please refer to Table 2.

The two service factors SFA and SFD must be added resulting in the combined service factor SF.

Driven machine service factor SFA Table 1.

Driven equipment

SFA

MINING AND STONES

 

RUBBER INDUSTRY

 
 

Crushers

2.5

Extruder Calender Mixing mill / Refiner / Crusher

1.75

BLOWERS , FANS

   

Mills

2.5

2.0

Centrifugal Lobe / Vane / Turboblowers Forced draught fans Induc.draught with damper Induc.draught without control Cooling towers

1.0

Mine ventilators

2.0

2.5

1.25

Vibrators

1.5

STEEL PLANTS

 

1.5

OIL INDUSTRY

 

Blast furnace blowers Converters Inclined blast furnace elev. Crushers

1.5

1.5

Pipeline pumps Rotary drilling equipment

1.5

2.5

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

PAPER INDUSTRY

 

2.0

CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

 

Calenders

2.0

TEXTILE MACHINES

 

Agitators (thin liquid) Agitators (viscous liquid) Centrifuges (light) Centrifuges (heavy) Mixers

1.0

Couches

2.0

Printing and drying machines Tanning vats Calenders Looms

1.5

1.5

Drying cylinders

2.25

1.5

1.25

Pulpers

2.0

1.5

1.75

Pulp grinders

2.0

1.5

1.75

Suction rolls

2.0

WATER AND WASTE INDUSTRY

 

COMPRESSORS

 

Wet presses

2.0

Aerators , Screw pumps , Screens.

1.5

Centrifugal Lobe / Rotary Turbocompressors

1.0

Reels

2.0

WOOD WORKING

 

1.25

Agitators

2.0

MACHINERY

1.75

PLASTIC INDUSTRY

 

Trimmers , Barkers , Saws , Planes

2.0

Reciprocating :

Calenders , Crushers , Mixers.

1.75

1

to 3 cylinders

3.0

PUMPS

 

The factors in Table 1 are for general gui- dance and can be modified by customers´

4

or more cylinders

1.75

Centrifugal , General Feed or Boiler Feed Centrifugal , Slurry Centrifugal , Dredge Rotary / Gear / Lobe or Vane Reciprocating :

1.0

CONVEYOR, HOISTS , ELEVATORS

 

1.5

specialist knowledge of their own equip- ment.

Conveyors :

 

2.0

Screw / Apron / Belt / Chain Bucket / Rotary / Lifts Reciprocating Hoists:

1.25

1.5

1.5

3.0

1

cylinder

3.0

2

cylinder , single acting

2.0

Medium duty Heavy duty Elevators :

2.5

2

cylinders , double acting

1.75

3.0

3

cylinders or more

1.5

ROLLING MILLS

 

Driving machine service factor SFD Table 2.

 

Centrifugal and gravity disch.

1.25

Billet shears Chain transfers Cold rolling mills Continuous casting plants Cooling beds Cropping shears Cross transfers Descaling machines Heavy and medium duty mills Ingot and blooming mills Ingot handling machinery Ingot pushers Manipulators Plate shears Roller adjustment drives Roller straighteners Roller tables (heavy) Roller tables (light) Sheet mills Trimming shears Tube and welding machines Winding machines Wire drawing benches

2.5

DREDGERS

2.0

1.5

FOOD INDUSTRY

 

2.0

Driving equipment

SFD

Packaging machines and fillers. Kneading machines. Cane crushers Cane cutters Cane mills Sugar beet cutters Sugar beet washing machines

1.25

2.5

Multi-cylinder engine

 

1.5

1.5

8

or more

0.5

1.5

2.0

6

1.0

1.5

1.5

4

or 5

1.5

2.0

2.0

Less than 4

Refer to Jaure

1.5

3.0

Variable speed motors

0.8

1.5

2.5

Electric motors 1 and turbines

0

GENERATORS

 

2.5

Even load Frequency converters Welding generators

1.0

2.5

1 Except variable speed motors

 

1.5

2.0

2.0

2.0

Please consult our Technical Department if quick axial excitations are foreseable either on the driving of driven side.

MACHINE TOOLS

 

1.5

Main Drives Auxiliary and transverse drives

2.0

1.5

1.5

2.5

METAL WORKING

 

1.5

Presses / Hammers. Straighteners. Bending machines / Shears. Punching machines

2.0

2.5

2.0

1.5

1.5

2.0

2.0

1.5

MARINE APLICATIONS

2.5

1.5

   

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3.- Calculate the mimimum torque rating as per,

To rque (Nm) =

9550 • Nominal power (kW) • SF

n (rpm)

4.- The coupling to be selected must have an equal or greater rated torque capacity than the torque calculated in 3. Check the peak or star- ting torque capacity of the selected coupling. For systems which frequently utilize the peak torque capability of the power source, verify that the magnitude of the peak torque does not exceed twice the rated nominal torque of the coupling selected.

5.- Check if existing or predicted axial, angular and offset misalignments are within permissible values as shown in the catalog. The permis- sible axial misalignment and torque depend on the angular misalignment as per shown below. (Angular misalignment is given for a disc pack. Axial misalignment is measured for a complete coupling with 2 disc packs ).

6 1.5° 6 Bolts (above 202) 1° 0.6° 8 Bolts 0.5° 10 Bolts 0.4° 0.3°
6
1.5°
6
Bolts (above 202)
0.6°
8
Bolts
0.5°
10 Bolts
0.4°
0.3°
0.25°
50%
Max.
Angular misalignment

Axial misalignment

6 Bolts (under 202) 1.5° 6 Bolts (above 202) 1° 0.6° 8 Bolts 0.5° 10
6
Bolts (under 202)
1.5°
6
Bolts (above 202)
0.6°
8
Bolts
0.5°
10 Bolts
0.4°
0.3°
0.25°
50% of max
Max.
Angular misalignment

Coupling Rated Torque

The listed values reperesent the total permissible misalignment which may occur during operation. Consult the appropiate operating instruc- tions for allowable shaft misalignements when installing the coupling.

S- ∆Ka S+ ∆Ka L Angular and radial misalignment Axial misalignment Kw Kr
S- ∆Ka
S+ ∆Ka
L
Angular and radial misalignment
Axial misalignment
Kw
Kr

The permissible offset or radial misalignment is given by :

Kr = tan KW • L, where L is the distance between the discs.

6.- Check the maximum hub bores, speed and if the shaft to hub assembly will transmit the torque. If the speed exceds 3000 r.pm. please con- tact our Technical Department.

7.- Check if balancing is needed following the dynamic balancing guide below. This graph relates the maximum speed unbalanced with the total weight of the coupling and it should considered only as a guide. Tabulated speeds are based solely on the maximum stress considera- tions on the flange. For a through analysis please contact JAURE.

Dynamic Balancing guide

10000 6000 5000 Aplications in this area probably require dynamic 5 balancing 4000 4 3
10000
6000
5000
Aplications in this area
probably require dynamic
5
balancing
4000
4
3
3000
2
2000
1000
1000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
89
1
2
3
4
5
6
7891
10
100
1000 0
Speed (rpm)
rpm
Lateral critical speeds 110 132 158 185 202 228 255 278 302 325 345 380
Lateral critical speeds
110 132
158
185
202
228 255 278
302
325 345 380 410

Weight (Kg.)

1000

1500

2000

DBSE in mm (L for the type CC)

2500

3000

3500

Working speed should be less than 80% of the lateral critical speed.

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® Lamidisc ® coupling

Example of selection

Select a spacer coupling to connect a standard electric motor to rated at 250 kW to, running at 1000 r.pm, to a centrifugal pump rated at 230 kW. The shafts are ø75 mm and ø70 mm respectively.

1. Coupling type SX

2. Service factor

a) Centrifugal pump

b) Electric motor 0.0

TOTAL

1.0

1.0

9550 x 230 x 1

=

1000

3.

Required minimum torque rating

To rque =

2197 Nm

The coupling selected is SX size 185-6 with a nominal torque of 3300 Nm, peak torque of 6600 Nm, Ka = ± 3.7 mm and Kw = ±1.5 º.

4. Check peak torque ( Coupling peak torque is 3300 x 2 = 6600 Nm )

5. Check expected misalignment .

6. Check maximum bores: Lamidisc ® 185-6 has a maximum bore diameter of 80 mm, therefore this dimension is larger than the existing shaft

diameters. The speed check shows it to be less than allowable speed ( 1000 rpm < 6850 rpm).

to be less than allowable speed ( 1000 rpm < 6850 rpm). How to specify a

How to specify a LAMIDISC ® coupling

The following data have to be given JAURE in order to verify that a proper selection has been made.

Application and type of duty. Type of prime mover , power and speed. Shaft types and sizes , keyway dimensions , hub length. Expected misalignments. Type of driven equipment. Coupling type , size and DBSE ( Distance between shaft ends ). Space limitations. Special requirements ( vertical mounting , spark free , API 610 or 671 , etc).

Applications: some examples

(See more on pages 19 and 20)

Applications: some examples (See more on pages 19 and 20) Paper industry Marine applications T echnical

Paper industry

some examples (See more on pages 19 and 20) Paper industry Marine applications T echnical modifications

Marine applications

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more on pages 19 and 20) Paper industry Marine applications T echnical modifications reserved W i

Windmills

øD

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SX-6, SXR-6 Types:

Standard Configuration with Variable DBSE 4)

l DBSE l 2 1 S L S CC-A Both hubs reversed. Designation example: SX-110-6,
l
DBSE
l 2
1
S
L S
CC-A
Both hubs reversed.
Designation example: SX-110-6, DBSE = 140 mm
ød 1
ød 2
øD 1

SXR 7) Type

Coupling

Type

SX

NOMINAL

TORQUE

PEAK

TORQUE

MAX 1)

SPEED

MAX. 2)

SPEED

 

DIMENSIONS

(mm.)

 

5)

Inertia

5)

Weight

6)

Axial

Misalig.

6)

Ang.

Misalig.

Size

Nm.

Nm.

UNBALANCED

r.p.m.

BALANCED

r.p.m.

d1-d2

3) max.

D

D1

I

1 -I 2

DBSE

min 4)

L

min.

S

J

kgm 2

kg.

±Ka

mm.

±Kw

deg.

90-6

240

480

9100

22700

41

90

58

 

40

71

56

7.5

0.002

2.1

1.5

 

110-6

575

1150

7200

18000

50

110

70

 

50

88

71.2

8.4

0.004

2.9

2.1

132-6

1100

2200

5840

14600

65

132

89

 

60

108

91.2

8.4

0.012

5.5

2.6

1.5°

158-6

2000

4000

4920

12300

75

158

104

 

70

124

101.6

11.2

0.025

8.6

3.1

185-6

3300

6600

4200

10500

87

185

121

 

80

140

112.0

14.0

0.063

15

3.7

202-6

4600

9200

3840

9600

95

202

132

 

90

158

127.0

15.5

0.11

21

3.8

 

228-6

7000

14000

3400

8500

107

228

150

100

174

139.0

17.5

0.20

30

4.2

255-6

10200

20400

3080

7700

117

255

163

115

196

155.0

20.5

0.32

40

4.7

278-6

14200

28400

2800

7000

131

278

183

125

218

175.6

21.2

0.56

57

5.2

302-6

20000

40000

2560

6400

145

302

201

135

234

185.2

24.4

0.86

74

5.7

325-6

25000

50000

2400

6000

156

325

219

145

254

202.0

26.0

1.17

89

6.5

345-6

31000

62000

2200

5500

165

345

230

155

270

213.6

28.2

1.63

109

6.9

380-6

42300

84600

2040

5100

178

380

249

170

296

232.0

32.0

2.64

146

7.6

410-6

57100

114200

1880

4700

192

410

269

185

320

253.6

33.2

4.04

190

8.2

440-6

73500

147000

1740

4350

206

440

289

195

334

261.2

36.4

5.45

224

8.8

475-6

92000

184000

1680

4200

220

475

309

210

358

281.6

38.2

8.20

288

9.5

505-6

117000

234000

1520

3800

233

505

327

230

394

310.0

42.0

11.96

366

10.1

Larger sizes are available on demand. 1) Operating speed must be equal or less than permissible speed. Permissible speeds could be limited by the weight and critical speeds of spacers. Check the dynamic balancing guide and critical speeds on page 5. 2) Max. rotation speeds considered in special mat. and/or execution. For higher rotation speeds, please consult JAURE. 3) The maximum bores shown are for cylindrical or taper shafts with keys. For other type of connections consult JAURE. 4) Dimension DBSE is the distance between shafts ends and is a variable parameter. 5) Value of complete coupling with DBSE min, d1 and d2 max., GD 2 =4J. 6) The value for axial misalignment is given for a complete 2 disc pack. Angular misalignment is given per pack. Refer to page 5 for com- bined permissible misalignment. 7) Overload bushings (SRX) are available on demand.

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SX-8, SXR-8 Types:

Standard Configuration with Variable DBSE 4)

l DBSE l 2 1 S L S øD ød 1 ød 2 øD 1
l
DBSE
l 2
1
S
L
S
øD
ød 1
ød 2
øD 1
4 ) l DBSE l 2 1 S L S øD ød 1 ød 2 øD

Designation example: SX-278-8, DBSE = 240 mm

ød 2 øD 1 Designation example: SX-278-8, DBSE = 240 mm SXR 7 ) T ype

SXR 7) Type

Coupling

Type

SX

NOMINAL

TORQUE

PEAK

TORQUE

MAX 1)

SPEED

MAX. 2)

SPEED

 

DIMENSIONS

(mm.)

 

5)

Inertia

5)

Weight

6)

Axial

Misalig.

6)

Ang.

Misalig.

Size

Nm.

Nm.

UNBALANCED

r.p.m.

BALANCED

r.p.m.

d1-d2

3) max.

D

D1

I

1 -I 2

DBSE

min 4)

L

min.

S

J

kgm 2

kg.

±Ka

mm.

±Kw

deg.

278-8

20000

40000

2800

7000

131

278

183

125

218

175.6

21.2

0.573

59

3.7

 

302-8

30000

60000

2560

6400

145

302

201

135

234

185.2

24.4

0.878

77

4.0

325-8

37000

74000

2400

6000

156

325

219

145

254

202.0

26.0

1.199

92

4.3

345-8

46000

92000

2200

5500

165

345

230

155

270

213.6

28.2

1.660

112

4.6

380-8

63000

126000

2040

5100

178

380

249

170

296

232.0

32.0

2.715

150

5.0

410-8

86000

172000

1880

4700

192

410

269

185

320

253.6

33.2

4.11

195

5.4

440-8

110000

220000

1740

4350

206

440

289

195

334

261.2

36.4

5.54

230

5.8

475-8

138000

276000

1680

4200

220

475

309

210

358

281.6

38.2

8.32

295

6.3

505-8

175000

350000

1520

3800

233

505

327

230

394

310.0

42.0

12.13

374

6.7

0.5°

540-8

220000

440000

1440

3600

235

540

330