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TurboLab-Spring2011ContinuingEd

TurboLab-Spring2011ContinuingEd

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Te urbomachinery Laboratory 
at exas A&M University 
presents...
Hilton Westchase Hotel
9999 Westheimer RoadHouston, TX 77042For reservations: 713.974.1000 or 1.800.HiltonsGroup Code: Texas A&M UniversityGuest Room Rate with Texas A&M University: $109.00 per nighthttp://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/H/HOUWCHF-TAMU-20110411
Register Online at: http://engrevent.tamu.edu/event/100712Registration Fee: $2250.00
Spring Continuing EducationApril 12-15, 2011
• Rotordynamics• Dry Gas Sealing Systems
 
Instructed byLeading Industry Expert:
Malcolm Leader 
R O T O R D Y N A M I C S
Malcolm E. Leader, P.E. is a urbomachinery Consultant and Owner o Applied Machin-ery Dynamics in Dickinson, exas. He is currently involved in the design, testing, modi-cation, and installation o rotating equipment. He spends time doing theoretical designaudits and working in the eld implementing changes and overseeing installations. Mr.Leader has written several papers on the subjects o experimental rotordynamics, bearingdesign, design audits or rotating equipment, and practical implementation o rotordy-namic programs.
Why You Should Attend
Tis course is or beginning and intermediate level engineers in the petro-leum, chemical, power, and gas industries or anyone interested in the dynam-ics o rotating machinery. Te emphasis is on turbomachines such as tur-bines, compressors, expanders, motors, pumps, and generators. Te intent isto understand the rotordynamics o these machines and their subcomponentsto help select, analyze, troubleshoot and repair them or maximum reliability and minimum vibration problems. Tis is not a math intensive course. Casehistories and several workshops or hands-on evaluation o actual machineswill be given.
 
The following list of topics will be covered.
R O T O R D Y N A M I C SC O U R S E A G E N D A
•
Bearings and Seals
•
Critical Speed Analysis
•
Unbalance Response
•
Rotor and System Stability 
•
ime ransient Analysis
•
Application Examples
•
orsional Vibration Analysis and Coupling Selection
•
orsional Forced Response Analysis
•
ransient orsional Analysis
•
Modal Analysis use in Rotordynamics Analysis
•
Overview o API RP 684:A comprehensive short course presented by theurbomachinery Laboratory at exas A&M Uni-versity, a part o the exas Engineering Experi-ment Station.
Instructors:
Jim McCraw, BP America, Inc.Vladimir Bakalchuk, FlowserveRich Hosanna, John CraneGlenn Schmidt, EagleBurgemann
D R Y G A S S E A L I N G S Y S T E M S

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