7th Turbomachinery Symposium (1978)

Table Of Contents

pg. 1PLANNING TURBOMACHINERY OVERHAULS AND DOCUMENTING THE RESULTS
John D. Houghton, Manager, Mechanical Equipment, Shell Oil Company, Deer Park, Texas
pg. 13ELECTROMAGNETIC SHAFT CURRENTS AND DEMAGNETIZATION ON ROTORS OF TURBINES AND COMPRESSORS
John S. Sohre, Consultant, Ware, Massachusetts; Paul 1. Nippes, President, Nippes Professional Association, Woodbridge, New Jersey
pg. 35THE STATE OF THE ART OF HIGH SPEED OVERHUNG CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS FOR THE PROCESS INDUSTRY
Hans Pennink, Chief Engineer, Turbonetics Incorporated, Latham, New York
pg. 47DESIGN AUTOMATION OF CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS
Tadashi Kaneki, Engineer; Eiji Yokoyama, Assistant Chief Engineer; Tsuchiura Works, Hitachi, Ltd., Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Japan
pg. 59HIGH SPEED AND LARGE CAPACITY COMPRESSOR-DRIVING TURBINES FOR CHEMICAL PLANTS
Makoto Teramoto, Kazuso Katayama, Masanori Fujimuru,
Hiroshima Shipyard and Engine Works, Mitsubishi International Corporation, Hiroshima, Japan
pg. 71AN INVESTIGATION OF THE FLEXURAL VIBRATION BEHAVIOR OF SLENDER ROTORS IN DRUM-TYPE CONDENSING TURBINES
Rolf Sparmann, Head, Development Section, Industrial Turbine Division,Siemens AG, Wesel, West Germany
pg. 87PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR A RATED SPEED SHOP BALANCE
Edward A. Bulanowski, Jr., Chief Engineer, Solid Mechanics, Research and Advanced Product Development, Delaval Turbine Inc., Trenton, New Jersey
pg. 95COMPRESSOR RESPONSE TO SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR STARTUP
Gerald K. Mruk, Analytical Engineer, Joy Manufacturing Company, Buffalo, New York
pg. 103SUBSYNCHRONOUS VIBRATION IN A LARGE WATER FLOOD PUMP
James E. Corley, Supervisor, Rotating Equipment, Arabian American Oil Company, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
pg. 111TRANSIENT ANALYSES OF SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR TRAINS
Fred R. Szenasi, Senior Research Engineer; Walter W. von Nimitz, Director,
Industrial Applications Department; Applied Physics Division, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas
pg. 119TURBOMACHINERY PROBLEMS - LUBE AND SEAL SYSTEM REVISITED
Royce N. Brown, Consulting Engineer, Dow Chemical U.S.A., Houston, Texas
pg. 125PARTICULAR PROBLEMS OF STEAM TURBINE LUBRICATION
Walter E. Enz, Manager, Turbine Controls;
Alfred Hausermann, Chief Turbine Design Engineer; BBC Brown, Boveri G Company, Ltd., Baden, Switzerland
pg. 133THE ROLE OF HYDRAULIC BALANCE IN MECHANICAL PUMP SEALS
Gordon S. Buck, Jr., Engineer, MO's Engineered Repair Services, Denham Springs, Louisiana
pg. 139USING MODIFIED ACOUSTIC EMISSION TECHNIQUES FOR MACHINERY CONDITION SURVEILLANCE
Heinz P. Bloch, Engineering Associate; Robert W. Finley, Systems Engineer; Exxon Chemical Company U.S.A., Baytown, Texas
pg. 159IMPROVING COOLING TOWER FAN SYSTEM EFFICIENCIES
Robert C. Monroe, Manager, Research and Development, Hudson Products Corporation, Houston, Texas
pg. 167THE OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF GEAR-TYPE COUPLINGS
Gerhardt Pahl, Professor and Engineer, Darmstadt Technical University, Darmstadt, West Germany
TUTORIUM ON TURBOMACHINERY LUBRICATION
pg. 177PLANT LUBRICATION
Allen M. Clapp, Supervisor, Lubrication Technical Services, Dow Chemical U.S.A., Freeport, Texas
pg. 189LUBRICATION SYSTEMS FOR TURBOMACHINERY
Fredrick B. Wilcox, Staff Engineer-Lubrication, Shell Oil Company, Houston, Texas
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