Combined Cycle CT Plant Operating Engineer Second Class

Ready to become a licensed Combined Cycle CT Plant Operating Engineer - Second Class? ASOPE® offers the opportunity to obtain your Combined Cycle CT Plant Operating Engineer - Second Class license. The list of qualifications that are required to receive your Combined Cycle CT Plant Operating Engineer - Second Class license are outlined below. Some of the requirements are a minimum age of 20+, having a high school diploma/GED or equivalent, and a minimum of three years experience in Combined Cycle CT Plant Operating Engineering.

If all qualifications are met, you will be required to schedule an exam. The exam consists of a wide range of curriculum including, but not limited to, power plant water chemistry, power plant personnel management, power plant efficiency, and facility project management. Upon completion of your Combined Cycle CT Plant Operating Engineer - Second Class license exam, an ASOPE® representative will notify you of a "pass" or "fail" status. If failed, you will be offered additional opportunities to retake the Combined Cycle CT Plant Operating Engineer - Second Class exam. Please review our Failed Test Procedures to learn more.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Combined Cycle CT Plant Operating Engineer - Second Class license, please contact the ASOPE® national office.

Qualifications

  • Minimum age - 20
  • Education - High School Diploma, GED or Equivalent
  • Experience - Three years
  • Examination - Written (Oral or Practical when necessary)
  • Minimum time in previous grade - One Year
  • Maximum Prime Mover Horsepower (Unsupervised) - 2500
  • Maximum Boiler Size (Unsupervised) HP - 600 BHP / LP Unlimited BHP
  • Maximum Refrigeration or Air Conditioning (Unsupervised) - 1000 tons.

Objectives:

  • Start-Up Prerequisites
  • Start-Up Procedure
  • Purge Control
  • Ignition
  • Load Changes
  • Governor Control
  • Exhaust Temperature Control
  • Shutdown Procedure
  • Turning Gear
  • Operating Hazards
  • Mechanical, Thermal, and Combustion
  • Monitoring Conditions
  • Indications and Logging Information
  • Alarms/Annunciators
  • Permissive Conditions and Relays
  • Protection Devices
  • Control Equipment
  • Computer Controlled Systems
  • Heat Transfer
  • Natural Circulation
  • Forced Circulation
  • Typical HRSG Construction
  • Economizer
  • Evaporator
  • Superheater
  • Steam Fundamentals
  • Superheat, Reheat, Steam Temperature Control
  • Multi-pressure HRSG's
  • Dampers
  • Monitoring Gas Temperatures
  • Condensate and Feedwater System and Controls
  • Make-up, Boiler Water Chemical Control and Additives
  • Advanced Electricity
  • Advanced Refrigeration
  • Basic Steam Turbines
  • Environmental Limits
  • Generator Electrical Theory
  • General Industry Safety