Practical Rotordynamics for Real Machinery
April 8-11, 2019
Dyrobes Session on April 12
Xdot Engineering and Analysis will be offering a short course on Practical Rotordynamics for Real Machinery April 8 through 11 in Charlottesville, VA, with an optional guided hands-on training session on April 12th using a trial version of Dyrobes. The hands-on day is suitable for anyone needing an introduction to Dyrobes, as well as anyone who would simply like experience applying the concepts discussed during the course.
The short course is targeted at beginning and intermediate rotating equipment engineers who have a need to develop a practical understanding of the dynamic behavior and analysis of rotating machinery which their company builds, buys, or maintains. The typical participant would have a bachelor’s degree in engineering and some prior experience with rotating machinery.
This course will be team taught by world-class experts in rotordynamics. It focuses on the practical use of rotordynamic analysis as a tool to:
- Ensure equipment being purchased does not have clear rotordynamic issues that will lead to unreliable operation (rotordynamic audit), and/or
- Support development of new machinery with smooth, reliable operation (design), and/or
- Assist in understanding and resolving field problems with existing machinery (vibration troubleshooting).
We will start with the basics, and then go through all of the major elements of a complete analysis, including:
- Lateral response and stability
- Bearing analysis
- Torsional analysis
- Overview of API standards
- Selected case histories and examples
Continuing Education Units
Xdot Engineering and Analysis will award a Certificate for the completed training course. You will need to contact your state bureau to find out if this will count toward Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Courtyard Charlottesville – University Medical Center
1201 West Main St.
Charlottesville, VA 22903
$2,750 per student, April 8-11.
$625 optional day of Dyrobes training, April 12.
Registration and more information at Xdot