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Product training
course outlines
Waukesha* gas engines
Product Training Course Information
Gas Engine Technology
VHP*
275GL*
VGF*
Emissions and Engine Performance
ESM*
Failure Analysis
Engine Specification & System Design

* Trademark of General Electric Company


Waukesha* Product Training Your Most Powerful Service Tool
GEs Waukesha gas engines are hard at work, meeting Product Training is an essential component in satisfying
gas compression and power generation needs in remote the knowledge and skill needs of our global distributors
oil and gas fields, supplying hospitals and airports and end-customers through a commitment to excellence
with essential electricity, and providing electrical and in our training, education and certification programs.
mechanical drive power for manufacturing facilities the
A 16,000 square foot training facility at the headquarters
world over.
in Waukesha, Wisconsin is home base for Waukeshas
GE Power & Water has focused on developing features Product Training Centers. Each location offers the
that make a Waukesha engine a sound investment identical curriculum, classes and materials and even the
durable design and construction; extended maintenance same instructors who travel globally to ensure the quality
intervals; unsurpassed fuel flexibility; and rich-burn, and continuity of our training.
lean-burn alternatives for optimal fuel efficiency at
varying emissions compliance levels.

The Waukesha Product Training center also hosts Jenbacher


gas engine classes. For more information please contact:
Dale Stow, Training coordinator
G.E. Jenbacher Gas engines
5244 N. Sam Houston Pkwy E.
Houston, Texas 77032
Instructors were enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Somebody O: 832-295-5571 / C: 713-865-0356 / F: 281-442-9994
invested a lot of time on what should be included in the course. E-mail: dale.stow@ge.com
The Hands-On instruction is great. For more information about Jenbacher classes offered at
GE Power & Water Student comments Jenbacher visit this website:
https://information.jenbacher.com/training

Waukesha gas engines Worldwide Product Training Locations

Jenbacher PTC
Jenbach, Austria
North America PTC
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Far East PTC
Phitsanulok, Thailand
P

PTC = Product Training Centers

Note: If your requirements demand field training contact us for information on the possibility of Waukesha gas engines conducting a class in your area.
Product Training Instructor Qualifications
GE Power & Water assigns instructors for the specific classes per availability.

Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainer


Expert training for improved operations Ralf Schulz, Service Coordinator Middle
GE Training uses extensive engine expertise and decades of industry East, India, Africa
knowledge to help improve the skillsets of your technicians, helping Courses: All Courses
them work better, faster and smarter.
Languages: German, English
Advanced technical training in multiple languages - via our
With more than 25 years of experience, Ralf
multi-lingual instructors or via an interpreter joined Waukesha gas engines in 2010.
Available on your jobsite He started his career as electrician volunteer
Training from the latest product information in 1982 in an ore mine in Germany, followed
by a 15 year stay in German Air Force, where
Highly knowledgeable and skilled technical trainers
he received his masters degree in power
Hands-on activities and in-class exercises to drive home the generation with reciprocating engines.
knowledge and skills technicians need In 2004, Ralf studied in State Certified
Engineer Electro Technology in Lrrach,
Germany and did his trainer examination at
GE Full Time Technical Trainer GE Full Time Technical Trainer Handwerkskammer Freiburg, Germany.
William Mackert, Technical Publications Carl D. Jahns, Service Excellence Leader Ralfs main responsibility is within Field
Specialist & Trainer Service with strengths on troubleshooting
Courses: All Courses
and maintenance, commissioning, and
Courses: All Courses Languages: English evaluation. Together with Waukesha channel
Languages: English As a Business and Engineering Professional, partners, hes in continual contact with our
William Mackert brings twenty-eight years of Carl brings over 25 years engine experience end customers to increase satisfaction with
manufacturing experience at Waukesha gas to the Waukesha gas engines training Waukesha Gas Engines.
engines to the Product Training Department. team. Carl has a broad range of experience As a native German speaker, Ralf excels in
His career includes work in process including product development, field conducting training courses held in Jenbach/
engineering, manufacturing management as service, and engine maintenance/repair. Austria (German or English language) as well
well as continuous improvement. His interactions with Waukesha channel as field training. He also helps the Training
His strengths and area of focus is on the partners to improve the service offering Center with reviewing translated German
product development side of the business, to customers brings a real world technical training material to ensure the highest
with the majority of his career as a perspective to the training needs of our quality of interpretation.
manufacturing representative and project customers. Carls ability to simplify complex
manager for new product development, topics and relate to technicians allows him to
which provide him with the opportunity enhance the learning experience technicians
to develop and learn new processes for have when at the Waukesha training Center.
product improvement on VHP, VGF, ATGL a Bachelor of Science Degree Business
background that enables William to answer Administration, Cardinal Stritch University
the why questions of how things work. Trained in Mechanical Engineer Technology,
Bachelor of Science Degree Industrial Milwaukee School of Engineering
Engineering from Purdue University
Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainers
Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainer Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainer Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainer
Manuel E Chaves, International Alasdair McGillivray Tait, Training Patrick Clophus, Training Manager,
Technical Trainer, Contractor, Tecnologia Specialist, Souer Co., Ltd Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc.
Americana Courses: Gas Engine Technology and Courses: Gas Engine Technology and
Courses: All Courses Engine System Manager Engine System Manager
Languages: Spanish, Portuguese and Languages: English Languages: English
English His background for the last 21 years has been Employed for the past 15 years by WPI,
Manuel Chaves has been with Waukesha Gas in education, management, teaching and Patrick spent his first five years as Training
Engine for 22 years. Doing various roles; as development. As well as managing Souer Co. Coordinator and conducted classes for the
Field Service Engineer, part time Trainer and Ltds Training Centre, Alasdair also oversees WPI technician training program. During
Service Development Leader. Some of the the customer repairs & overhauls, assists these five years Patrick began conducting
major functions had been: in hands on workshop duties, writes the Waukesha and Generac Power Systems
- Providing technical assistance and condition & overhaul reports, and updates factory certified training courses. In 2003
troubleshooting assistance for OEMs, ISO documentation for the workshop. Patrick was promoted to Technical Support
Distributors and Customers. Representative. During his time as technical
Alasdair received the accolade of becoming
- Conducting : engine inspections , failures support representative Patrick maintained
a GE Waukesha Gold Certified Technician in
analysis, repair procedures. the responsibility of coordinating the training
August 2011 after successfully completing
- Assist Distributors with Engine program and conducting certified Waukesha
seven GE Waukesha training courses. During
installations, start-ups and product training courses for WPI technicians,
the same month he also successfully passed
updates. customers, and Power Partners.
his GET audit, becoming a GE Waukesha
Authorized Technical Trainer. Since then In 2010 Patrick was reassigned to Training
Today Manuel continues bringing to
Alasdair has also become certified to conduct Manager with the main responsibility to
Waukesha these experiences as an
ESM training courses. manage the new WPI training center and
International Trainer. He also has been
staff.
translating training material to Spanish. Souer Co., Ltd has developed GE Waukeshas
Traveling teaching international Technical most advanced ESM simulator, which has Patrick attended numerous training courses
Training schools in English or in a Spanish. benefited students greatly since its launch in held by various engine and equipment
2010. manufacturers and is a Waukesha Engine
Bachelor of Science Degree, Mechanical
Division Gold Master Certified Technician.
Engineering California State University. LA. Alasdair is available to travel internationally
to deliver training at customer premises and Associate of Applied Science Degree in Diesel
Associate Science Degree Glendale
has conducted courses in Europe and Asia. Mechanics Lamar Institute of Technology
Community College , CA
1987.
NC - Business Studies Langside College,
NC Sport and Recreation in the Community Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial
Glasgow College Technology Lamar University in Beaumont,
Texas 1989
TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language)
Accreditation Texas Vocational Education Certification
1994
Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainer Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainer Waukesha Authorized Technical Trainer
Russel W. Rach, Training Instructor, Markus R. Worrell, Senior Technical Evgeny Ozol, Waukesha Excellence
Waukesha-Pearce Industries Trainer, Northern US for Gas Drive Center coordinator Russia/CIS
Courses: Gas Engine Technology and Course: Gas Engine Technology and Courses: Gas Engine Technology
Engine System Manager Engine System Manager Languages: Russian, English
Languages: English Languages: English Evgeny Ozol joined Waukesha in 2008 as
Russel Rach (Russ) brings fifteen years Mark Worrell (Markus) has been with Gas Drive regional service coordinator for Russia/CIS.
of hands-on technical product training for five years in the capacity of Senior Technical He brings two years of experience working on
experience for Gas Engines and Wind Trainer, Northern US teaching Waukesha GET an oil tanker in maintenance and operation
Turbines. He has been with WPI for one year and ESM classes. for marine engines, four years of experience
as a Training Instructor, teaching Gas Engine Also, he is responsible for the development working for Russian Caterpillar distributor,
Technology and Engine System Manager. Russ and implementation of training on products Zeppelin Russland, in their power system
is an experienced Training Manager, Technical sold by Gas Drive and manufactured by department as a lead service engineer, and
Trainer and Curriculum Developer. He has a Parent Company Enerflex Ltd., Basic Screw deputy service manager focusing on gas
background in start-up and implementation Compressor Training, Basic Reciprocating engines.
of training centers. He is also experienced Compressor Training and Field Reciprocating
Evgeny concentrates on delivering technical
in curriculum development and training Compressor Training.
support for commissioning, troubleshooting
presentation. Markus worked for Stewart & Stevenson assistance, failure analysis, and engine
(PAMCO) for twenty years in a number of inspections to Waukesha distributors,
As a Training Manager of the Nordex USA
positions including Field Service Technician ten packagers and end users. His main focus is
Inc. Wind Turbine Training Center, Russ
years, General Service Manager eight years and
was responsible for implementation of the on the Russia/CIS region, but he also travels
Senior Technical Trainer for two years teaching
USA training center for Nordex. He was to Africa, Europe, Middle East and South
GET, ESM, VHP Technology and VGF Technology
responsible for training operations in North classes. Asia. He assists distributors, customers,
and South America and packagers with determining proper
Mark had a short tenure with Waukesha Engine maintenance and overhaul procedures, parts
As a Technical Trainer for the Waukesha as a Field Service Representative based at
Engine Product Training Center, Russ was and product updates and application.
Waukesha but traveling throughout the US
responsible for developing training curriculum focusing on Waukeshas full product line in the He aids our local sales team by conducting
and conducting training worldwide in 17 field. technical presentations on Waukesha
different countries. He coordinated training He also taught at Casper College (Trades products for distributors, packagers,
classes with contract instructors in multiple Division) three and a half years in the Diesel Waukesha users and potential customers.
locations. He trained at the Waukesha factory Power and Natural Gas Engine and Compressor Masters degree in Marine Power System
PTC for 10 years teaching all the factory programs, as part of teaching at Casper Engineering from Moscow State Academy of
courses. College the students that completed their Water Transport, 2002
MA Degree, Management and Supervision, final GET exams also received their Waukesha
Masters degree in Management from Russian
Central Michigan University, Troy, Michigan GET certifications at the conclusion of their
semester long Natural Gas Engine program. State University for the Humanities, 2010
BS Degree in Education, University of
Wisconsin Milwaukee
Gas Engine Technology (GET) Course Outline
Note that course daily agendas and detailed outlines are subject to change.
Course Name Gas Engine Technology Day 1
Training Category Technical Theory and Application Introduction
Course Description This course is the foundation for all engines. The information Engine Products and Features
can be applied to virtually all gas engines and is very
Cooling Systems
comprehensive in all areas of engine maintenance, operation and
troubleshooting. 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
Course Length 4 Days Cooling Systems
Language Courses are generally taught in English with English language Mounting and Alignment
materials. Contact Waukesha Product Training if you need a
Day 2
course / course materials in a language other than English.
Homework Review
Course Audience This course is recommended for anyone who is responsible for
the care and maintenance of Waukesha products, but also for Combustion Theory
those who desire a thorough understanding of gas engine theory 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
and technology not easily attained in the field. Combustion Theory
Prerequisite None, but the student should be knowledgeable in internal
Fuel Systems
combustion engines and understand basic engine terminology.
Day 3
Safety Requirements GET does not include an engine lab so safety shoes are not
required. A production facility tour will require safety glasses Homework Review
that will be provided. Fuel Systems
Recommended Clothing The course consists of training in the classroom. Casual attire is 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
recommended.
Exhaust Gas Analysis
Course Objectives The program thoroughly covers the fundamentals of gas engine
Lubrication
technology with specific references to Waukesha products.
Given classroom instruction on theory and essential systems Day 4
knowledge, homework, and reviews students will learn overview Homework Review
knowledge of:
Plant Tour
Breathing Systems
Cooling Systems Breathing
Lubrication 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
Fuels Ignition
Combustion Theory
Day 5
Ignition
Mounting and Alignment Note: This is a half day ending at 12:00 PM

Test Introduction
Supporting Materials Students receive product manuals and a separate manual of
Testing
the instructors slides and notes. Additional materials include
handouts or other aids for learning may also be provided to Test Review and Class Closure
students.
Schedule subject to change.

Beverages are provided daily. Lunch is provided Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our
recommended hotel provides transportation to and from the training center and maintains a conference
room where students can study in the evenings after class.
Gas Engine Technology Course Detailed Overview
Course Topics
Mounting and Alignment Air Induction and Exhaust Systems
Crankcase deflection Design requirements
Coupling alignment Maintenance
Linear and torsional vibration Breather adjustment
Single bearing generator alignment Back Pressure
Gas Fuel System Cooling System
Gas fuel composition Design requirements
Lean and stoichimetric combustion theory Jacket water conditioning
Detonation & preignition Scale deposit
System operation, maintenance and troubleshooting Cavitation erosion
System adjustment Corrosion
Lubrication System
Oil specification and performance
Understanding oil analysis
System requirements
Ignition
Used sparkplug analysis
CEC ignition module operation, adjustment and installation
VHP* Technology Course Outline
Note that course daily agendas and detailed outlines are subject to change.
Course Name VHP Technology Day 1
Training Category Technical Theory and Application Introduction
Course Description The course provides and overview of the designs, specification Engine Models and Features
and adjustments that are unique to the VHP Waukesha Engine
and includes presentations on the Engine System Manager. Cooling Systems
Course Length 4 Days 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
Language Courses are generally taught in English with English language VHP Product Update / Series 4
materials. Contact Waukesha Product Training if you need a
course / course materials in a language other than English. Mounting and Alignment

Course Audience Recommended for those responsible for the operation and Day 2
maintenance of Waukesha VHP engines. Distributors, OEM and Homework Review
Power Energy Partner technician and users / operators of VHP
engines are encouraged to attend this course. Fuels
Prerequisite Gas Engine Technology (a Dresser Waukesha course that is 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
foundational to all other Waukesha training programs) is highly
Shop Safety Presentation
recommended.
Safety Requirements Z 87.1 approved safety glasses and toe protection must be worn Hands-on Shop Work
during the shop portion of this course. (Note: These items are Day 3
also provided to students at the Waukesha Product Training
Center.) Homework Review

Recommended Clothing The course consists of training in the classroom and hands on Governor
lab work. It is recommended to bring suitable clothing for the lab Lubrication
sections of the training course.
Breathing
Course Objectives The program thoroughly covers those designs, specifications
and adjustments that are unique to the VHP engine family. A 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
fully operational VHP 2900GL Enginator will be used for hands
Hands-on Shop Work
on fuel system adjustment and emissions equipment training.
Students will. Given classroom instruction on theory and Day 4
essential systems knowledge, homework, reviews and hands on
Homework Review
training, students will learn procedures to perform:
Cylinder Head Overhaul Hands-on Shop Work
Power Cylinder Removal, Installation and Inspection Question & Answer
Adjustment of the fuel system to bring the exhaust emissions 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
into compliance
Hands-on Shop Work
Crankshaft and Camshaft Overhaul
Day 5
Supporting Materials Students receive product manuals and a separate manual of
the instructors slides and notes. Additional materials include Note: This is a half day ending at 12:00 PM
handouts or other aids for learning may also be provided to
students. Test Introduction
Testing

Beverages are provided daily. Lunch is provided Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our Test Review and Class Closure
recommended hotel provides transportation to and from the training center and maintains a conference
room where students can study in the evenings after class. Schedule subject to change.
VHP Technology Course Detailed Overview
Course Topics Hands-on Shop Activities
Cooling Systems Power Cylinder removal, installation and inspection
Standard Remove & replace piston
Hot Water/Ebullient Piston inspection
Service Remove & replace connecting rod
Fuel Systems (Stoichiometric and Lean Burn Technology) Connecting rod inspection and rebuilding
Remove & replace cylinder liner
Theory of Operation Cylinder inspection and measuring protrusion
Component Description
Setup and Adjustment Cylinder Head overhaul
Prechamber Controls Disassembly
Lubrication Remove & replace valve seats
Remove & replace valve guides
System Description Head inspection
Specifications Seat grinding
Service Adjusting valves
General Topics Series Four head overhaul
VHP Design Features Crankshaft and Camshaft Overhaul
VHP Service Updates Identify correct crankshaft & bearing combination
Series FourTM Features Main bearing inspection and cap torquing
Series FourTM Service Cap torquing
Breathing Systems Crank and camshaft endplay measurement and adjustment
Specifications Crankshaft wear sleeve and gear cover removal, inspection and
Adjustments installation
Service Remove & replace front gear cover
Gear train inspection and disassembly
Governor Oil and water pump evaluation
Linkage Adjustment
Enginator Operation
Run VHP2900GL to adjust and troubleshoot the fuel system and
bring the exhaust emissions into compliance
Governor
Linkage Adjustment
275GL* Technology Course Outline
Note that course daily agendas and detailed outlines are subject to change.
Course Name 275GL Technology Day 1
Training Category Technical Theory and Application Introduction
Course Description The course provides and overview of the designs, specification Engine Design Features
and adjustments that are unique to the 275GL+ Waukesha
Engine and includes presentations on the Engine System 275GL ESM
Manager. 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
Course Length 4 Days
275GL ESM Fuels
Language Courses are generally taught in English with English language
materials. Contact Dresser Waukesha Product Training if you Day 2
need a course / course materials in a language other than English. Homework Review
Course Audience Recommended for those responsible for the operation and Fuels
maintenance of Waukesha 275GL engines. Distributors, OEM
and Power Energy Partner technician and users / operators of 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
275GL engines are encouraged to attend this course. Shop Safety Presentation
Prerequisite Gas Engine Technology (Engine System Manger (ESM) Class is
Hands-on Shop Work
strongly recommended)
Safety Requirements Z 87.1 approved safety glasses and toe protection must be worn Day 3
during the shop portion of this course. (Note: These items are Homework Review
also provided to students at the Waukesha Product Training
Center.) Breathing

Recommended Clothing The course consists of training in the classroom and hands on Lubrication
lab work. It is recommended to bring suitable clothing for the lab 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
sections of the training course.
Hands-on Shop Work
Course Objectives Given classroom instruction on theory and essential systems
knowledge, homework, reviews and hands on training, students Day 4
will learn procedures to perform:
Homework Review
Water pump, cams and valve adjustment
Cylinder Head Service Cooling
Power Cylinder Service Commissioning
Crankshaft and Camshaft Overhaul
Question & Answer
Supporting Materials Students receive product manuals and a separate manual of
the instructors slides and notes. Additional materials include 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
handouts or other aids for learning may also be provided to Hands-on Shop Work
students.
Day 5

Beverages are provided daily. Lunch is provided Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our Test Introduction
recommended hotel provides transportation to and from the training center and maintains a conference Testing
room where students can study in the evenings after class.
Test Review and Class Closure
Schedule subject to change.
275GL Technology Course Detailed Overview
Course Topics Hands-on Shop Activities
Engine Construction Cam and Auxiliaries
Engine construction Water pump removal and rebuild
Systems description Cam and push-rod service
Cooling System Crankshaft web deflection
System description Power cylinder removal, installation and inspection
Design requirements Remove & replace piston
System adjustments Piston inspection
Maintenance requirements Remove & replace connecting rod
Water pump rebuilding Connecting rod inspection and rebuilding
Fuel System Remove & replace cylinder liner
Cylinder inspection
System component description
Theory of operation Cylinder Head Service
Adjustment Remove & replace cylinder head
Lubrication Disassembly
Prechamber servicing
Lube system description Admission valve servicing
System requirements & adjustment Adjusting valves
Breathing Systems
Design requirements
Maintenance
Turbocharger inspection
Back pressure requirements
Crankcase breather design, operation, and service
Application and Installation
Installation requirements
Engine commissioning
Review of engine documentation
VGF* Technology Course Outline
Note that course daily agendas and detailed outlines are subject to change.
Course Name VGF Technology Day 1
Training Category Technical Theory and Application Introduction
Course Description The course thoroughly covers the designs, specification and Engine Design Features
adjustments that are unique to the VGF engine family. An F18 (6
cylinder 18 liter) and an L36 (12 cylinder 36 liter) engine are used Breathing Systems
for hands-on overhaul procedures. A comprehensive evaluation KDM
at the end of the course is used to evaluate student learning.
Lab Safety Video
Course Length 3 Days
Language The course materials may be provided in multiple languages Lunch
depending upon the location. Courses provided at the Waukesha Lab Work
Product Training Center are taught in English.
Day 2
Course Audience Recommended for those responsible for the operation and
maintenance of Dresser Waukesha VGF engines. Distributors, Homework Review (Features, Breathing
OEM and Power Energy Partner technician and users / operators Systems, KDM)
of VGF engines are encouraged to attend this course.
Fuel Systems
Prerequisite Gas Engine Technology (a Dresser Waukesha course that is
foundational to all other Waukesha training programs) Lunch

Safety Requirements Z 87.1 approved safety glasses and toe protection must be worn Lab Work
during the shop portion of this course. (Note: These items are Day 3
also provided to students.)
Homework Review (Fuel System)
Recommended Clothing The course consists of training in the classroom and hands on
lab work. It is recommended to bring suitable clothing for the lab Cooling (with Homework)
sections of the training course.
Lubrication (with Homework)
Course Objectives Given classroom instruction on theory and essential systems
Question and Answer
knowledge, homework, reviews and hands on training, students
will learn procedures to perform: Lunch
Cylinder head overhaul Lab Work
Power cylinder overhaul
Crankshaft, camshaft, gear train and pump overhaul Day 4
Supporting Materials Students receive VGF manuals and a separate manual of the Test Introduction
instructors slides and notes. Additional materials include
Course Examination
handouts of recent service bulletins or other aids for learning.
Test Review and Class Closure

Beverages are provided daily. Lunch is provided Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our
Schedule subject to change.
recommended hotel provides transportation to and from the training center and maintains a conference
room where students can study in the evenings after class.
VGF Technology Course Detailed Overview
Course Topics Hands-on Shop Activities
Cooling Systems Power Cylinder removal, installation and inspection
Standard Remove & replace piston
Hot Water Piston inspection
Service Remove & replace connecting rod
Fuel Systems (16 & 24.5:1 AFR) Connecting rod inspection and rebuilding
Remove & replace cylinder liner
Theory of Operation Cylinder inspection and measuring protrusion
Component Description
Adjustments Cylinder Head overhaul
Troubleshooting Disassembly
Lubrication Remove & replace valve seats
Remove & replace valve guides
System Description Head inspection
Specifications Seat grinding
Service Adjusting valves
General Topics Crankshaft and Camshaft Overhaul
VGF Design Features Crank and camshaft endplay measurement and adjustment
VGF Service Updates Camshaft and follower service
Service & maintenance Damper service
VGF Warranty and Start-up requirements Lube oil system service
Breathing Systems Cam bushing removal and replacement
Specifications Cooling system and pumps
Adjustments Remove & replace front gear cover
Service Gear train inspection and disassembly
Emissions and Engine Performance Outline
Note that course daily agendas and detailed outlines are subject to change.
Course Name ESM Day 1
Training Category Technical Theory and Application Introduction
Course Description This course is designed to provide a better understanding of the Key Terms
necessary adjustments necessary to maintain proper emissions
levels of Waukesha engines. 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
Course Length 4 Days Regulations Overview
Language Courses are generally taught in English with English language Accessing Waukesha Technical Data
materials. Contact Waukesha Product Training if you need a
course / course materials in a language other than English. Lab Day 1 HP estimation and gathering
operating data.
Course Audience This course is designed for anyone who is responsible for
engine adjustments to support effective operation of a Day 2
Waukesha Engine to meet US and international engine exhaust
Estimating Gas Engine Power
requirements.
NOTE: The information presented in this course is not intended Interpreting Technical Data
to be, and should not be construed as, legal advice or a substitute
12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
for competent legal advice.
Pre-requisite Gas Engine Technology and Engine System Manager Air Fuel Ratio Controller Basics

Safety Requirements Z 87.1 approved safety glasses and toe protection must be worn Catalytic Converters
during the shop portion of this course. (Note: These items are Day 3
also provided to students at the Waukesha Product Training
Center.) Portable Analyzers
Recommended Clothing The course consists of training in the classroom and hands on Exhaust Gas Analysis
lab work. It is recommended to bring suitable clothing for the lab
12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
sections of the training course.
Course Objectives This course covers: Lab- Analyzer set up & usage
Key Terms on the basics of gas engine emissions regulations:
Catalytic converter operation and maintenance Day 4
Calculation of mass emissions rates using EPA method 19, AFR / empact overview
TCEQ and CARB 100
Interpreting Waukesha Technical Data AFR Simulator
Exhaust Analysis 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
Fuels System Maintenance
Air / Fuel Ratio Adjustments using Waukesha Controls Emissions Lab Activity
Supporting Materials Students receive product manuals and a separate manual of Day 5
the instructors slides and notes. Additional materials include
handouts or other aids for learning may also be provided to Test Introduction
students. Students will need their laptops to receive Microsoft Testing
Excel files and worksheets used during the course.
Test Review and Class Closure

Beverages are provided daily. Lunch is provided Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our Schedule subject to change.
recommended hotel provides transportation to and from the training center and maintains a conference
room where students can study in the evenings after class.
Emissions and Engine Performance Course
Detailed Overview
Course Topics

Emissions Presentation Sample Collection


Power-point presentation that covers the basics of gas engine Proper methods of collecting exhaust gas samples, sample trains, and
emissions, new regulations, pollutants, CO, NOx, HC, CH2O and removing moisture from exhaust gas are discussed.
what effects engine emissions. Catalytic converter operation and
maintenance. Calculation of mass emissions rates using EPA method Testing Protocols
19, TCEQ and CARB 100. Overview of the available testing protocols and testing methods

Understanding Tech Data Emissions Labs


Students will learn how to use and interpretation of Waukesha engine Emissions Lab- Using provided test report data form students will
tech data and how to calculate gas engine fuel consumption. gather operational data from the lab engine to enter into emissions
report and estimate engine horsepower. Introduction to the ECOM
Estimating Gas Engine Power portable emissions analyzer and conduct brief test to verify engine
Methods available to estimate engine power and gather operational emissions levels
data for emissions testing
AFR2 Simulator
Air Fuel Ratio Controllers- Students will use a simulator to learn how to make adjustments to the
This section will provide and overview of the operation of various air/fuel ration of Waukesha engines.
types of AFR controllers

Using Portable Analyzers


The operation, setup, spanning and transfer of information from the
analyzer to the laptop are taught in this lesson. Also interpretation of
the data is discussed.
ESM* Engine Management System Course Outline
Note that course daily agendas and detailed outlines are subject to change.
Course Name ESM Day 1
Training Category Technical Theory and Application Introduction
Course Description The hardware and theory of the Engine System Manager Power Supplies
are discussed, including the ignition, governing, detonation
detection, air-fuel control (AFR), and the safety and shutdown Theory and Hardware
systems. The use and programming of the ESP (Electronic 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
Service Program software) is discussed. This software enables
initial ESM setup, live engine monitoring, and for performing Theory and Hardware
system troubleshooting using the programs E-Help electronic ESP
troubleshooting file.
Day 2
Course Length 3 Days
Language Courses are generally taught in English with English language Homework Review
materials. Contact Waukesha Product Training if you need a ESP
course / course materials in a language other than English.
AFR
Course Audience This course is designed specifically for technicians who will be
responsible to install, program, adjust, and troubleshoot the 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
Engine System Manager (ESM).
Packaging
Prerequisite Gas Engine Technology (a Waukesha course that is
foundational to all other Waukesha training programs) is highly Day 3
recommended. The ESM course is taught with the understanding Homework Review
that the attendants understand governing and are thoroughly
experienced with adjusting fuel systems. In addition, they must Troubleshooting
know how to troubleshoot electrical systems, and perform basic 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Lunch
tasks on a laptop computer using Microsoft Windows.
Troubleshooting
Safety Requirements This is a classroom only coarse. No personal protection is
required Simulator Demo
Recommended Clothing The course consists of training in the classroom. Casual attire is Day 4
recommended.
Note: This is a half day ending at 12:00 PM
Course Objectives Given classroom instruction on theory and essential systems
knowledge, homework, and reviews students will learn overview Test Introduction
knowledge of: Testing
Power Supplies Test Review and Class Closure
ESM Hardware and Software
Troubleshooting
Supporting Materials Students receive product manuals and a separate manual of Schedule subject to change.
the instructors slides and notes. Additional materials include
handouts or other aids for learning may also be provided to
students.

Beverages are provided daily. Lunch is provided Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our
recommended hotel provides transportation to and from the training center and maintains a conference
room where students can study in the evenings after class.
ESM Engine Management System Course
Detailed Overview
Course Topics

Power and Wiring


The power requirements of the ESM control system is taught using
electrical theory as a foundation. Topics include AC/DC circuits, wire
size requirements, analog vs digital signals, with an emphasis on
proper installation for trouble-free operation..

ESM
General operation requirements as well as the many optional
functions are taught demonstrating the capability of the ESM controls
to be operated as a minimalist control or evolved into a sophisticated
system.
The hardware and theory of the Engine System Manager are
discussed, including the ignition, governing, detonation detection, air-
fuel control (AFR), and the safety and shutdown systems. The use and
programming of the ESP (Electronic Service Program software) is
discussed. An in depth look at E-Help, the Electronic troubleshooting
tool included with the ESP software, takes students through several
scenarios which demonstrate the capability of this feature.
Troubleshooting
Emphasis is placed on troubleshooting the system using the laptop
computer, E-Help, and troubleshooting scenarios.
Failure Analysis Course Outline
Note that course daily agendas and detailed outlines are subject to change.
Course Name Failure Anaysis Day 1
Training Category Technical Theory and Application Introduction
This coarse is only offered to employees of Waukesha
Problem Solving
distributors and Platinum Power Packagers that meet the PPP
program requirements. Definition of Terms
Course Description This course is offered only to Distributor Technicians. It is 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
designed to help technicians become better diagnosticians when
identifying failures and their causes. A portion of each program Definition of Terms
is devoted to teaching theory, then actual failures are analyzed. How Components Fail
Students adopt a new vocabulary established by the American
Society of Metals and will be able to communicate consistently Day 2
with the Waukesha factory. It also provides a new level of Homework Review
insight as to when to seek professional help from metallurgical
laboratories to help in the diagnostic phase of failure analysis. Fasteners
Course Length 4 Days Bearings
Language Courses are generally taught in English with English language 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
materials. Contact the Waukesha Product Training Center if you
need a course / course materials in a language other than English. Bearings

Course Audience This course is developed for Certified Technicians who Cranks
investigate engine failures in the field Day 3
Prerequisite Students must be certified technician status according to
Homework Review
WEDA 579.
Heads
Safety Requirements Z 87.1 approved safety glasses must be worn during certain
phases of the course. (Note: These are provided to students at 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
the Waukesha Product Training Center.)
Gears
Recommended Clothing The course consists of training in the classroom. Casual attire is
recommended. Day 4
Course Objectives Given classroom instruction on theory and essential systems Homework Review
knowledge, homework, and reviews students will learn overview Pistons, Rings, Liners
knowledge of:
Problem Solving 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
Key Terms associated with metallurgy and fail modes Technician on Location
How Components Fail
Failure Analysis of the Piston and Cylinder Liner Day 5
Failure Analysis of the Crankshaft
Test Introduction
Failure Analysis of Fasteners
Failure Analysis Cylinder Head Testing
Failure Analysis Main and Connecting Rod Bearing Test Review and Class Closure
Failure Analysis Gears
Failure Analysis for the Technician on Location
Supporting Materials Students receive product manuals and a separate manual of Schedule subject to change.
the instructors slides and notes. Additional materials include
handouts or other aids for learning may also be provided to
students.

Beverages are provided daily. Lunch is provided Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our
recommended hotel provides transportation to and from the training center and maintains a conference
room where students can study in the evenings after class.
Failure Analysis Course Detailed Overview
Course Topics

How components fail Cylinder head failure analysis


This program is the foundation of the entire school. Cracked heads and valve seat problems will be
Emphasis is placed on learning how different taught. Also, valve performance is explained to
materials affect how components can fail. In include thermal and mechanical failures as well as
addition to studying materials, the topics of loading, high valve recession. In addition to cylinder heads,
corrosion and heat treatment and more is also valve train components such as cam shafts and
explained. This program establishes terminology lifters are taught.
that will be used to describe failures.
Main and connecting rod bearing failure analysis
Failure analysis of the piston and cylinder liner This program explains bearing construction and is
Piston scuffing, scoring and seizing is analyzed. followed up by understanding bearing wear before
Detonation damage and their causes are explored. bearing failures are explored. Bearing failures
Piston ring analysis is examined which explains are grouped into dirt contamination, fatigue, oil
many other related failures. Typical cylinder liner starvation, corrosion and mechanical distress.
damage and short life is detailed as well as wear
patterns. Gear failure analysis
Gears are complex devices; therefore, a program
Failure analysis of the engine crankshaft dedicated to gear failures is taught. Different types
Four crankshaft failure causes are explained: of gears are explained, along with gear mesh and
bending load fatigue, torsional fatigue, insufficient tooth stress. The failure of gears are grouped into
end play and poor crankshaft rebuilding related surface fatigue, high and low cycle fatigue (tooth
failures. breakage) and general distress.
Fastener failure Failure analysis for the technician on location
Many engine failures occur because of a simple Anyone who conducts the investigation at the
failure of a low cost fastener. An explanation of engine site will benefit from this program. The
how fasteners are designed, torques and fail will be intention is to practice proven analytical methods
explored in detail. that will result in accurate data gathering which
will help determine the root cause of a failure.
Case study scenarios will be presented to allow
students to practice a specific method of analytical
troubleshooting.
Engine Specification & System Design Course Outline
Note that course daily agendas and detailed outlines are subject to change.
Course Name Engine Specification & System Design Day 1
Training Category Technical Theory and Application Introduction
Course Description This course is designed specifically for sales and marketing Overview of Waukesha Engine Products
professionals as well as application engineers interested in and Features
improving their technical application engineering knowledge.
Course Length 4 Days Specification

Language Courses are generally taught in English with English language 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
materials. Contact Waukesha Product Training if you need a Specification
course / course materials in a language other than English.
Mounting and Alignment
Course Audience This course is best for Distributor and OEM sales professionals
and application engineers who sell or design compression, Day 2
mechanical drive and/or power systems for Waukesha products.
Homework Review
Prerequisite None, but the student should be knowledgeable in internal
combustion engines and understand basic engine terminology. Lubrication

Safety Requirements Z 87.1 approved safety glasses and toe protection must be worn Exhaust
during the shop portion of this course. (Note: These items are 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
also provided to students at the Waukesha Product Training
Center.) Air Induction
Recommended Clothing The course consists of training in the classroom. Casual attire is Cooling Specification
recommended. Day 3
Course Objectives This is not just another basic sales school, but rather a core
Homework Review
review of the fundamentals necessary to apply Waukesha
products. The use of technical publications and solving Fuel Systems
engineering calculations will be emphasized. Participants will be
Life Cycle Cost Analysis
given the opportunity to solve case study problems in the design
and specification process. Given classroom instruction on theory 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
and essential systems knowledge, homework, and reviews
Temperature Differential
students will learn overview knowledge of:
Waukesha Products Heat Balance
Specification Installation Requirement Activity
Installation Requirements
Packaging Day 4
Commissioning Homework Review
Supporting Materials Students receive product manuals and a separate manual of
CEC
the instructors slides and notes. Additional materials include
handouts or other aids for learning may also be provided to ESM
students.
Question & Answer
Beverages are provided daily. Lunch is provided Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Our 12:00 pm 01:00 pm Lunch
recommended hotel provides transportation to and from the training center and maintains a conference
Packaging
room where students can study in the evenings after class.
Tour

Day 5
Test Introduction
Testing
Test Review and Class Closure

Schedule subject to change.


Engine Specification and System Design Course
Detailed Overview
Course Topics

Introduction to Waukesha Products Heat Balance


Product engine families outlines Define and measure heat input vs. output
Product features and benefits Exhaust heat recovery
Gas engine construction Elevated water temperature calculations
Specification guide Cooling System
Introduction to Waukeshas technical publications Cooling water quality and treatment requirements
System pressure and flow requirements
Fuel Specification
Fuel quality specifications Cooling Water Temperature Differential
Calculating low heating value Delta () T definition and importance
Calculating WKI number Influencing factors
System specification and selection Sample calculations
Fuel consumption Life Cycle Cost Analysis
Low BTU Specification Features and benefits of the software
Low BTU fuel description Operational overview
Alternate carburetion Introduction to Waukesha ESM products and controls
System specification and selection
Engine deration Packaging Overview
Dual fuel applications
Lubrication
Lubricating oil recommendations
System requirements
Exhaust System
System recommendations
Calculating back pressure
Training Oered by Request
Course Topics

Custom Engine Control (CEC) APG 2000/3000 (12V/18V220GL)


This course is designed specifically for technicians This product course is recommended for those who
who will be responsible to install, program, are responsible for the commissioning, operation,
adjust, and troubleshoot the Detonation Sensing maintenance, and repair of Waukesha APG 220
Module (DSM) and the Air Fuel Module (AFM). series engines. The program covers engine design,
Only technicians who are certified in Gas Engine specifications and adjustments that are unique to
Technology (GET) may attend. In addition, although the APG 220 engine family. In addition, hands-on
not required, it is very helpful if the technician overhaul training will be conducted in the engine
be certified in either VHP Technology, or the AT workshop.
Technology course. The CEC course is taught
PREREQUISITE: GAS ENGINE TECHNOLOGY and
with the understanding that the attendants are
ENGINE SYSTEM MANAGER
thoroughly experienced with adjusting fuel systems
and understand how the Ignition Module functions.
In addition, they must know how to troubleshoot ATGL Engine Technology with CEC
electrical systems, and perform basic tasks on
This is a newly revised, comprehensive program
a laptop computer using Microsoft Windows.
designed specifically for the ATGL family of engines.
It is required) for the attendee to bring a laptop
The program includes balancing the cooling system
computer to help maximize training. With a laptop,
and descriptions of the lubrication, intake and
the student will be able to load and operate the
exhaust, engine protection and fuel systems,
controls software programs to become familiar with
including fuel system adjustment. It will also include
them while he is in attendance.
TCM training (including programming), primarily
PREREQUISITE: GAS ENGINE TECHNOLOGY because the TCM is unique to the AT product series.
Hands on shop activities will include: Cylinder
head & power cylinder overhaul procedures, pump
APG 1000(16V150LTD)
overhaul procedures and valve adjusting.
This product course is recommended for those who
PREREQUISITE: GAS ENGINE TECHNOLOGY
are responsible for the operation, maintenance and
overhaul of the Waukesha 16V150LTD (APG1000)
engine. The program thoroughly covers engine
design, overhaul specifications and maintenance
procedures that are specific to the 16V150LTD
engine. Engine overhaul and special assembly
procedures are discussed that are unique to this
engine.
PREREQUISITE: GAS ENGINE TECHNOLOGY and
ENGINE SYSTEM MANAGER

Training Oered at Your Location


Waukesha continues to offer training conducted at your site or Please direct your requests for field schools to the Project
customer location. To maintain high standards in field education and Coordinator, Learning and Development:
meet your needs, please request essential information on our process GE Power & Water
to define field school requirements, pricing considerations and other Product Training Center
necessary elements to make a field school a success for Waukesha 1101 W. St. Paul Ave.
for Distributors, Power Partners, Power Energy Partners and their Waukesha, WI 53188
customers. waukesha.ptc@ge.com
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Enrolling in our courses is easy. Visit our Web site and click on Services > Training, then
Waukesha Training Web Site link to view the course schedules for the year and determine
the course(s) and date(s) youd like to attend. To register contact your Waukesha gas
engines parts and service distributor. Classes fill quickly, so register soon. To further
discuss training opportunities that work for your organization please email your inquiry
to waukesha.ptc@ge.com. For answers to any other questions, please call your parts and
service distributor, or contact Ashley Hahn at (262) 549-2681 or email at
Ashley.S.Hahn@ge.com.

2015 Product Training Center Course Schedule


Dates of Class Title Location Dates of Class Title Location
01/12/2015 - 01/16/2015 Gas Engine Technology Cambridge, OH 05/11/2015 05/15/2015 Emissions Waukesha, Wisconsin

01/26/2015 - 01/30/2015 Gas Engine Technology Sugarland, Texas 05/18/2015 05/22/2015 Failure Analysis Waukesha, Wisconsin

02/02/2015 02/06/2015 VHP Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin 05/18/2015 05/22/2015 Gas Engine Technology Phitsanulok, Thailand

02/02/2015 - 02/05/2015 Engine System Manager (ESM) Sugarland, Texas 05/25/2015 05/28/5015 Engine System Manager (ESM) Phitsanulok, Thailand

02/09/2015 - 02/13/2015 Gas Engine Technology Phitsanulok, Thailand 06/01/2015 - 06/05/2015 Gas Engine Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin

02/16/2015 - 02/20/2015 275GL+ Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin 06/01/2015 - 06/04/2015 Engine System Manager (ESM) Waukesha, Wisconsin

02/16/2015 02/19/2015 Engine System Manager (ESM) Phitsanulok, Thailand 06/01/2015 - 06/05/2015 Gas Engine Technology Sugarland, Texas

02/17/2015 02/20/2015 Gas Engine Technology Oklahoma City, OK 06/08/2015 - 06/11/2015 Engine System Manager (ESM) Sugarland, Texas

02/23/2015 02/27/2015 Gas Engine Technology Sugarland, Texas 06/15/2015 - 06/19/2015 275GL+ Technology TBD GE Location Italy

02/23/2015 02/27/2015 APG1000 (Spanish) Waukesha, Wisconsin 06/22/2015 - 06/26/2015 VHP Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin

03/02/2015 03/06/2015 Gas Engine Technology Casper, Wyoming 07/06/2015 - 07/10/2015 VHP Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin

03/02/2015 - 03/06/2015 VHP Technology (Spanish) Waukesha, Wisconsin 07/13/2015 07/17/2015 Engine System Manager (ESM) Waukesha, Wisconsin

03/10/2015 - 03/13/2015 Engine System Manager (ESM) Bridgeville, Pennsylvania 08/03/2015 - 08/07/2015 275GL+ Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin

03/16/2015 - 03/20/2015 Gas Engine Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin 08/17/2015 08/21/2015 VHP Technology Phitsanulok, Thailand
Gas Engine Technology
03/17/2015 03/20/2015 Calgary, AB Canada 08/24/2015 08/27/2015 Engine System Manager (ESM) Phitsanulok, Thailand
(CLOSED)
03/23/2015 - 03/27/2015 VHP Technology Calgary, AB Canada 08/24/2015 - 08/28/2015 Failure Analysis Moscow, Russia

03/23/2015 - 03/26/2015 Gas Engine Technology Calgary, AB Canada 09/15/2015 - 09/18/2015 VGF Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin

03/30/2015 04/02/2015 VGF Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin 09/21/2015 - 09/25/2015 VHP Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin

04/13/2015 - 04/17/2015 Gas Engine Technology Sugarland, Texas 09/28/2015 10/02/2015 Gas Engine Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin

04/13/2015 - 04/17/2015 Gas Engine Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin 10/05/2015 - 10/09/2015 Failure Analysis Waukesha, Wisconsin

04/20/2015 04/23/2015 Engine System Manager Waukesha, Wisconsin 10/12/2015 10/16/2015 Emissions Waukesha, Wisconsin
Gas Engine Technology
04/27/2015 - 05/01/2015 Emissions Waukesha, Wisconsin 10/20/2015 - 10/23/2015 Calgary, AB Canada
(CLOSED)
04/27/2015 - 05/01/2015 275GL+ Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin 10/26/2015 10/30/2015 Gas Engine Technology Phitsanulok, Thailand

05/04/2015 05/08/2015 VHP Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin 10/26/2015 - 10/28/2015 ESM (CLOSED) Calgary, AB Canada

05/05/2015 - 05/08/2015 Gas Engine Technology Ft. Worth, Texas 11/02/2015 - 11/06/2015 VGF Technology Phitsanulok, Thailand

05/11/2015 05/15/2015 VGF Technology Waukesha, Wisconsin 11/09/2015 - 11/13/2015 Engine System & Design Phitsanulok, Thailand

NOTE: The 2015 schedule is subject to change. CLOSED courses are not open for external enrollment.
For current class schedules, click this link:
https://www.ge-distributedpower.com/component/cck/?task=download&file=seb_media_document&id=15734, or
scan this QR code.

For information on holding classes at your site contact the Waukesha Product Training Center at
Waukesha.ptc@ge.com.

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Since 1986, we have offered optional Gold Master
Certification for technicians employed by Waukesha
gas engines Distributors achieved by earning
certification in six of the classes that comprise the
Product Training Centers core curriculum. Gold
Master Certification is a recognition acknowledging
outstanding dedication to their employer and their
craft. Accordingly, each technician in this elite group
is presented with a set of gold engraved, specially-
commissioned Snap-On wrenches.
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GE Power & Waters Distributed Power business is a leading provider of power
equipment, engines and services, focused on power generation at or near
the point of use. Distributed Powers product portfolio includes highly efficient
industrial reciprocating engines and aeroderivative gas turbines that generate
100 kW to 115 MW of power for numerous industries globally.
We provide lifecycle support for more than 37,000 aeroderivative gas turbines
and reciprocating engines worldwide to help you meet your business challenges
and success metrics anywhere and anytime. GEs global service network
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Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Distributed Power employs about 5,000 people
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