Learn how to do what you do, better.
Let industry experts offer you new insights during a summer short course in Singapore. Gain the know-how to make yourself stand out.
Singapore Short Courses
Get a 20% discount when you sign up before May 21. Companies who register 3 or more employees for any of the 3 courses will receive an additional 20% discount. Contact Debbie Maggs at email@example.com for group registration.
|July 10-12, 2017||Fundamentals of Fluid Film Bearings for Machinery Engineers|
|July 10-12, 2017||Shaft Sealing Technology for Centrifugal Compressors|
|July 10-13, 2017||Rotating Equipment Function Overview & Best Practices|
Short courses, hosted by the Turbomachinery Laboratory at Texas A&M, educate and bring up-to-date the technical and management skills of engineers and plant technicians on the fundamental aspects of rotating machinery operation and components. Topics include design and performance, procurement and installation, operation and troubleshooting, safety and environmental conditions, and failure analysis of typical elements.
All technical personnel engaged in the operation maintenance of critical rotating machinery will benefit from the technical content.
The Turbomachinery Laboratory conducts basic and applied research into important problems of reliability and performance of turbomachinery — rotating machinery that extracts or adds energy to fluids. That’s everything from classic Dutch windmills to the space shuttle’s main engine turbopumps and compressors that move natural gas through the distribution system. Click here for location on campus. Read more here.
Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia
The Turbo Lab provides continuing education opportunities to users of turbomachinery and pumps all over the world, in addition to offering graduate engineering coursework through Texas A&M’s Department of Mechanical Engineering. Opportunities include the Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia (TPS) in Houston and the Asia Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia (ATPS) in Singapore.
Both events were established to promote professional development, technology transfer, peer networking and information exchange among industry professionals.