Fall Course: Practical Rotordynamics for Real Machinery, Oct. 17-20, 2022
Practical Rotordynamics for Real Machinery, October 17-20, 2022
Sarasota, FL and online
For engineers interested in rotordynamics training, we are pleased to announce, Practical Rotordynamics for Real Machinery, on Monday Oct. 17 through Thursday Oct. 20, 2022. To learn more about the course and to register, go to https://www.rotordynamicscourse.com.
For those who cannot attend in-person, the course will also be presented virtually, via Zoom. The course will cost $2850 per participant.This popular course will be team-taught by three world-class experts in rotordynamics and Dyrobes.
Each of the three experts will focus on a particular area of expertise.
Malcolm Leader, P.E., President, Applied Machinery Dynamics
Malcolm has long been known as one of the best rotordynamicists in the world and is also well-known for his keen troubleshooting abilities. He has written several dozen papers on these topics.
Dr. Erik Swanson, P.E., President, Xdot Bearing Technologies
In addition to traditional fluid-film bearings, Erik is well-known for his expertise in foil and magnetic bearings. All of Erik’s presented case studies have been done using Dyrobes.
Mark A. Corbo, P.E., President, No Bull Engineering
In addition to having authored some of the best papers on the subject 2C Mark is currently serving as the Chair for the Torsional section of the API 684 rotordynamics tutorial.
Here are some of the topics that will be addressed:
2. Relevance of the various topics (i.e., why do we even care about this?)
3. Modeling tips
4. Undamped critical speed maps
5. Unbalance response analysis
6. Rotordynamic instability
7. High pressure compressor stability analysis
8. Pump rotordynamic considerations
9. Fluid-film bearing types
10. Tilting-pad bearings
11. Specialized bearings (i.e., magnetic bearings, foil bearings, etc.)
13. Undamped torsional analysis
14. Torsional Campbell diagrams
15. Variable frequency drives
16. 20Torsional response analysis
17. Synchronous motor start-up analysis
18. Reciprocating machine torsionals
19. Machinery specific considerations
20. API specifications and compliance
21. Case studies
For in-person attendees, the location will offer recreational opportunities to enjoy the beach, tennis and golf. In addition to the formal sessions, all in-person attendees will be treated to dinner at a local restaurant on Monday evening in Sarasota, allowing attendees and instructors to get acquainted. There will also be plenty of time for informal interaction with all three instructors including breaks and lunches.
Some of the benefits you will receive from taking this course include:
1. A greater familiarity with lateral and torsional rotordynamics which will allow you to communicate more effectively with experts in the field.
2. A better understanding of the meaning and validity of rotordynamic results obtained from consultants and/or in-house rotordynamic codes.
3. A better understanding of the rotordynamic causes of common rotating equipment problems which will assist you when trying to troubleshoot field and test-stand problems.
4. A better feel for which system elements play an important role in rotordynamic behavior and which ones have little impact. This will be valuable when evaluating potential design changes.
5. An appreciation that rotordynamic analysis can be performed in a practical and timely manner and does not require a “research project.”
6. An appreciation for the large role that rotordynamic behavior plays in the reliability of rotating equipment and for the importance of evaluating that behavior in the design stage.
To learn more about the course, please call +1-941-896-8174. To register, all you need to do is go to www.rotordynamicscourse.com.
As always, if you have any questions about Dyrobes rotordynamics software, or would like a free trial copy, please contact us.