19th Turbomachinery Symposium (1990)

Table Of Contents

LECTURES
pg. 3TROUBLESHOOTING HIGH SPEED COUPLINGS
Eddie L. Schneider
pg. 9AN INDEPENDENT REFINER'S APPROACH - PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO COMPLEX GEAR PROBLEMS
John B. Cary
pg. 21GAS TURBINE CONTROL SYSTEMS INCORPORATING CONDITION MONITORING AND FAULT TOLERANCE
Gordon L. Muster; Michael Feinstein
pg. 31EFFICIENT PART LOAD COMBINED CYCLE OPERATION
James O. Stephens; David A. Little; Phillip Hunt; Rick Stanaland
pg. 37RECENT CASE HISTORIES WITH COUPLING ENCLOSURES
Michael M. Calistrat
pg. 43RELIABILITY CRITERIA FOR TURBINE SHAFT BASED ON COUPLING TYPE - GEARED TO HAVE FLEXIBILITY
Murari P. Singh; Charles M. Ramsey
pg. 51RETROFIT, UPGRADE, AND DEMOTHBALL OF TWO CRENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR TRAINS
Charles Jackson
pg. 63RETROFITTING TURBOMACHINERY WITH HIGH PERFORMANCE FLEXIBLE DRY COUPLINGS
Christian C. Wolford
pg. 67UNDERSTANDING THE VIBRATION FORCES IN INDUCTION MOTORS
Michael J. Costello
pg. 77MAGNETIC BEARINGS AND DRY GAS SEALS - A PROCESS COMPRESSOR APPLICATION
Kenneth G. Van Bramer; Charles Peter Conquergood
pg. 85ENERGY RECUPERATION IN A GAS DISTRIBUTION STATION BY COMBINATION OF EXPANDERS WITH PLANETARY GEAR AND OPTIMUM
SINGLE VALVE CONTROL

Helmut Beer
pg. 91ONLINE ULTRASONIC MONITORING OF BEARING WEAR
Jeffrey C. Chann
TUTORIALS
pg. 101VIBRATION MONITORING OF TURBOMACHINERY
Alexander Lifson; Harold R. Simmons
pg. 119PIPING VIBRATION ANALYSIS
J. C. (Buddy) Wachel; Scott J. Morton; Kenneth Atkins
pg. 135ROMEX - AN EXPERT SYSTEM TESTBED FOR TURBOMACHINERY DIAGNOSTICS
David W. Lewis; Pradip N. Sheth
pg. 149TROUBLESHOOTING TURBOMACHINERY PROBLEMS USING A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF FAILURE DATA
James E. Corley
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