21st Turbomachinery Symposium (1992)

Table Of Contents

LECTURES
pg. 3DRY SCREW COMPRESSORS IN PROCESS GAS APPLICATIONS INCLUDING MAINTENANCE CONSIDERATIONS
Glen B. Nordquist, Peter A. Bielskus, and Russ Clayton
pg. 21TWENTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH A MODULAR DESIGN SYSTEM FOR CENTRIFUGAL PROCESS COMPRESSORS
Klais Ludtke
pg. 35ROTOR BEARING AND SHAFT DYNAMICS REDESIGN OF A DOUBLE-OVERHUNG TURBOEXPANDER FOR RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT
Thomas R. Davidson, Dana J. Salamone, and Edgar J. Gunter
pg. 57A FLEXIBLE PAD BEARING SYSTEM FOR A HIGH SPEED CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR
Pranabesh De Choudhury, M. Raymond Hill, and Donald J. Paquette
pg. 65APPLYING THE PROBABILISTIC FITNESS-FOR-SERVICE CONCEPT FOR ASSESSING RELIABILITY OF WELD REPAIRED STEAM TURBINE ROTORS
Anthony A. Tipton, Murari P. Singh, and C. D. Shepherd
pg. 73TEMPORARY REPAIR OF A LARGE AXIAL BLAST FURNACE MOTOR-BLOWER AS A SOLUTION FOR A STEEL MILL OPERATIONAL CONTINUITY
Luiz F. S. Mendes, Alberta Azuma, and Ernesto J. Meduna
pg. 83GEAR COUPLING MISALIGNMENT INDUCED FORCES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON MACHINERY VIBRATION
Alan B. Palazzolo, Stephen R. Locke, Michael Calistrat, Robert W. Clark, Jr., Akram Ayoub, Dan Calistrat, and Punan Tang
pg. 97AN EXPERIENCE WITH NONSTANDARD COUPLING APPLICATION
Edward B. Wharton and Carroll G. Stroh
pg. 103LARGE CONVERTER-FED ADJUSTABLE SPEED AC DRIVES FOR TURBOMACHINES
Andrej Grgic, Werner Heil, and Herbert Prenner
pg. 113LATERAL VIBRATION CREATED BY TORSIONAL COUPLING OF A CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR SYSTEM DRIVEN BY A CURRENT SOURCE DRIVE
FOR A VARIABLE SPEED INDUCTION MOTOR

James H. Hudson
pg. 125SPECIFYING STEAM AND RATING CONDITIONS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSE STEAM TURBINES
John S. Aalto
pg. 137DESIGN, INSTALLATION, AND TEST OF A STEAM INJECTION SYSTEM ON AN EARLY FRAME 3 GAS TURBINE IN A COMBINED CYCLE PIPELINE
COMPRESSOR STATION

S. Paul Mohan, Robert D. Underwood, and David A. Little
pg. 151ASSESSING ROTOR STABILITY USING PRACTICAL TEST PROCEDURES
Kenneth E. Atkins and Robert X. Perez
pg. 161A FUNDAMENTAL UNDERSTANDING OF ROTORDYNAMICS FROM A LIGHT RUB (BOUNCE)
Carroll G. Stroh
TUTORIALS
pg. 173AXIAL AIR COMPRESSORS - MAINTAINING PEAK EFFICIENCY
M. Theodore Gresh, Marc J. Sassos, and Andrew Watson
pg. 183COMPRESSOR TYPES, CLASSIFICATIONS, AND APPLICATIONS
David H. Robison and Peter J. Beaty
pg. 189REVERSE ALIGNMENT - UNDERSTANDING CENTERLINE MEASUREMENT
C. Richard Massey and Alastair J. Campbell
pg. 197MAJOR FOUNDATION REPAIR OF A TWENTY TON CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR
Walter L. Garrett and Perry C. Monroe, Jr.
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