33rd Turbomachinery Symposium (2004)

Table Of Contents

pg. ___PREFACE
LECTURES
pg. 1RESOLVING A RESONANT FATIGUE PROBLEM ON A LARGE RADIAL INFLOW EXPANDER
Glenn R. Doerksen; J. Charles Berggren
pg. 15PROBABILISTIC LIFE ASSESSMENT OF AN IMPELLER WITH DISCONTINUITIES
Murari P. Singh; William E. Sullivan; George Donald; Jim Hudson
pg. 25LOW FREQUENCY INSTABILITY IN A PROCESS COMPRESSOR
John A. Kocur, Jr.; George C. Hayles, Jr.
pg. 33CHANGING AND CONTROLLING THE "FIRST CRITICAL SPEED" OF OVERHUNG, CENTRIFUGAL FANS
S. Ted Myrick, Jr.; W. Barry Crawford; Gerald Schumpert
pg. 41COOLING AND LUBRICATION OF HIGH-SPEED HELICAL GEARS
Patick J. Smith
pg. 49HIGH PRESSURE OIL-INJECTED SCREW GAS COMPRESSORS (API 619 DESIGN) FOR HEAVY DUTY PROCESS GAS APPLICATIONS
Takao Ohama; Takao Koga; Yoshinori Kurioka
pg. 57NEW TECHNIQUE FOR ONLINE WASHING OF LARGE MECHANICAL-DRIVE CONDENSING STEAM TURBINES
Gampa Bhat; Satoshi Hata; Kyoichi Ikeno; Yuzo Tsurusaki
pg. 67ON FUEL SUITABILITY FOR GAS TURBINES
Rainer Kurz; Colin Etheridge; Roland Kaiser
pg. 77LIFE CYCLE COST ASSESSMENT OF TURBOMACHINERY FOR OFFSHORE APPLICATIONS
Marcelo Accorsi Miranda; Eduardo Siqueira Brick
pg. 85TRANSFERRING CUSTODY OF IN-SERVICE TURBOMACHINERY - WHAT SELLERS AND BUYERS SHOULD CONSIDER
S. T. Ganesan
pg. 95DEVELOPMENT OF ABRADABLE AND RUB TOLERANT SEAL MATERIALS FOR APPLICATION IN CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR AND STEAM TURBINES
Phillip Dowson; Michael Walker; Andrew Watson
pg. 103APPLICATION AND OPERATING HISTORY OF MODERATE-SPEED API 618 RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS
George M. Kopscick
TUTORIALS
pg. 113THERMOPLASTIC LABYRINTH SEALS FOR CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS
John K. Whalen; Eduardo Alvarez; Lester Palliser
pg. 127TUTORIAL ON CRYOGENIC TURBOEXPANDERS
Jigger Jummonville
pg. 135API 613 FIFTH EDITION, SPECIAL PURPOSE GEAR UNITS FOR PETROLEUM, CHEMICAL, AND GAS INDUSTRY SERVICES - OVERVIEW
PRESENTATION

Robert W. Conner; Kenneth O. Beckman
pg. 143ROTATING COMPONENT MODAL ANALYSIS AND RESONANCE AVOIDANCE RECOMMENDATIONS
Frank Kushner
pg. 163GAS TURBINE AXIAL COMPRESSOR FOULING AND WASHING
Cyrus B. Meher-Homji; Andrew Bromley
pg. 193BALANCE THIS! CASE HISTORIES FROM DIFFICULT BALANCE JOBS
Troy D. Feese; Phillip E. Grazier
pg. 213DISCUSSION GROUPS
pg. 233SHORT COURSES
pg. 241ADVISORY COMMITTEE
pg. 247PROFESSIONAL STAFF
pg. 251TURBOMACHINERY LABORATORY
CASE STUDIES
CS 1Mechanical Behavior of a 9.7 MW Induction Motor Under Fault Conditions - A Case History
G. Richard Thomas
CS 2Induction Motor Vibration Experience
Lou Trahan
CS 3Fast Response Vibration Interlock of High Pressure Reciprocating Compressor
Donald Easterwood, Joseph Reimers
CS 4Experimental Investigation of Cyclic Vibration Morton Effect in the Bearings of a Double Overhung Compressor
Jim McGinley, Bill Marscher, Brian Illis
CS 5Revamping-Leveraging Technology for Efficiency and Cost Savings
Jay King
CS 6Compressor flow decreased considerably even at higher than normal operating speed
S.T. Ganesan
CS 7Process Output Improved through Online Monitoring of Hydrogen Reciprocating Compressor
Alberto Schirmer, Nelmo Furtado Fernandes, Josť Eduardo de Caux
CS 8Remote Visual Inspection of Steam Turbines
Chris Brown and John Dugas
CS 9Use of Six Sigma® Techniques in Gas Seal Panel Troubleshooting and Seal Failure Analysis
Robert Huffman, Matthew DiGiacomo
CS 10High Pressure H2 Recycle Compressor Dry Gas Seals Retrofit
Fernando Nirchi and John Sears
CS 11A Simple Alternative to Keyed Hubs - No More Torches
Jim McCraw, Jim Anderson
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