35th Turbomachinery Symposium (2006)

Table Of Contents

LECTURES
pg. 1COMMUNICATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY ARE THE KEYS TO SUCCESS IN CONDITION-BASED MAINTENANCE
Mark Mitchell; Steve Quillen; E. Forrest Pardue; Dick Hancock
pg. 7WHAT TO DO WHEN A "CLASSIC" RCA DOESN'T GIVE THE ANSWER - APPLY DETAILED ENGINEERING ANALYSIS
Michael J. Drosjack; John W. Felten; George H Seamon; Timothy R. Griffin
pg. 19DESIGN, MANUFACTURE, AND TESTING OF A HIGH SPEED 10 MW PERMANENT MAGNET MOTOR AND DISCUSSION OF POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS
James S. Smith; Andrew P. Watson
pg. 25ADVANCED CONTROL TECHNIQUE OF CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR FOR COMPLEX GAS COMPRESSION PROCESSES
Kazuhiro Takeda; Kengo Hirano
pg. 33REVAMPING A GAS COMPRESSOR DRIVE TRAIN FROM 7000 TO 8000 HP WITH A NEW SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR DRIVER AND A CONTROLLED SLIP CLUTCH MECHANISM
Charles W. Yeiser; Volker Hutten; Akram Ayoub; Robert Rheinboldt
pg. 49AN IMPELLER DYNAMIC RISK ASSESSMENT TOOLKIT
Donal M. Schiffer; Asadullah Syed
pg. 55THE ROLE OF ONLINE AERODYNAMIC PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
Robert L. DeMaria; M. Theodore Gresh
pg. 63THE CONSEQUENCES OF COMPRESSOR OPERATION IN OVERLOAD
James M. Sorokes; Harry F. Miller; Jay M. Koch
pg. 73EFFECTS OF A WATER-MIST FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM ON INTEGRITY AND OPERATION OF A HEAVY-DUTY GAS TURBINE
Lorenzo Naldi; Michele D'Ercole
pg. 81FULL LOAD, FULL SPEED TEST OF TURBOEXPANDER-COMPRESSOR WITH ACTIVE MAGNETIC BEARINGS
Frank Davis; Reza Agahi; Randy Wu
pg. 89PROCESS GAS APPLICATIONS WHERE API 619 SCREW COMPRESSORS REPLACED RECIPROCATING AND CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS
Takao Ohama; Takao Koga; Yoshinori Kurioka; Hironao Tanaka
pg. 97RADAR-BASED SENSORS - A NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR REAL-TIME, DIRECT TEMPERATURE MONITORING OF CRANK AND CROSSHEAD BEARINGS OF DIESELS AND HAZARDOUS MEDIA RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS
Steinar Fossen; Edward Gemdjian
TUTORIALS
pg. 103HIGH SPEED MOTOR DESIGN FOR GAS COMPRESSOR APPLICATIONS
Paul Beer; John Tessaro; Brian Eckels; Paul Gaberson
pg. 113WHAT'S CORRECT FOR MY APPLICATION - A CENTRIFUGAL OR RECIPROCATING COMPRESSOR
Paul Gallick; Greg Phillippi; Benjamin F. Williams
pg. 123SURGE AVOIDANCE FOR COMPRESSOR SYSTEMS
R. C. White; Rainer Kurz
pg. 135GUIDELINES FOR SPECIFYING AND EVALUATING THE RERATING AND REAPPLICATION OF STEAM TURBINES
Donald H. Mansfield; Douglas W. Boyce; William G. Pacelli
pg. 145API SPECIFICATION REVIEW FOR GAS TURBINE DRIVEN TURBOCOMPRESSORS
Klaus Brun; Jeff Moore
pg. 155TORSIONAL VIBRATION - A SEGMENT OF API 684
Jim Hudson; Troy Feese
CASE STUDIES
CS 1Managing an Induction Motor Vibration
Kevin Reynolds, JW Hodson III, Lynn Fulton
CS 2High Vibrations & Component Failure in Turbomachinery Due to Magnetic Currents
Arun Kumar
CS 3Elimination of Repetitive Thrust Bearing Failures on a Process Air Compressor
M. Pitkar
CS 4MW Turbine-Generator Journal-Thrust Bearing Upgrade
Julia Postill, Emile Batiste, Selcrest Husbands
CS 5Synchronous Motors Start up as Induction Motors
Eddie Acosta, Chet Stroh
CS 6Charge Compressor 2/3 Stage Fouling/High Vibration
Johnny Dugas
CS 7Charge Gas Compressor Fourth Stage Vibration
Johnny Dugas
CS 8TurboExpander Wheel Damage Analysis
Jim Cencula, Randy Wu, James Ho, Murari Singh, Brian Cahoon, Ernie Higgins
ASME - LECTURES
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pg. ___AXIAL COMPRESSOR DETERIORATION CAUSED BY SALTWATER INGESTION
Elisabet Syverud; Olaf Brekke; Lars E. Bakken
pg. ___ONLINE WATER WASH TESTS OF GE J85-13
Elisabet Syverud; Lars E. Bakken
pg. ___TUNING YOUR FUEL-GAS DELIVERY SYSTEM
Timothy Newbound; K. S. Al-Showiman
ASME - TUTORIALS
pg. ___MATERIALS ISSUES FOR USERS OF GAS TURBINES
Henry Bernstein
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