Engineering Department - Industrial Link Committee (ILC) has organized an Industrial visit to Manah gas turbine power plant on 12th November 2019. Fifteen (15) B. Tech Power Stations course students, eight (8) B. Tech Power Plant Engineering course students and Five (5) lecturers have visited the plant.
Manah Power Plant is one of the major power station in Sultanate of Oman, begun its operations in October 1996. The plant started with a capacity of 90MW power generation that comprised of 3 GE frame 6 Gas Turbines. Subsequently, in May 2000, the plant capacity was improved by a further 180MW power generation that included 2 GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines. The total capacity of the plant is 270MW.
The visit was a good experience and exposure to our B. Tech Electrical Power & Mechanical Engineering Students towards the industrial life and the real-time operations of major components in the plant. Students are benefited and enjoyed the technical details provided by the industry. The plant manager & his colleagues are happy and appreciate our students after the question & answer session. The visit seems to be very informative and gives good learning hands-on experience to the students.
On behalf of ILC, many thanks to Mr. Saif Nasser Al Sinawi & his Team at Manah gas power plant and ILC extends the sincere gratitude to all the supporting hands at Nizwa College of Technology towards the industrial visit.