Critical Speed in Rotodynamic Pumps: Dry, Lateral, and Torsional: 1- Part Webinar | October 5, 2023

Includes a Live Web Event on 10/05/2023 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

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Critical Speed in Rotodynamic Pumps : Dry, Lateral, and Torsional

Date: October 5, 2023 |Time: 1pm EST

PDH Credits: 1.0

Overview: 

This presentation aims to equip engineers with fundamental knowledge about the topic of critical speed in rotodynamic pumps. The webinar will encompass dry, lateral, and torsional critical speed along with essential principles, definitions, and their effects on rotodynamic pumps. The presentation will cover the theory of critical speed, factors influencing it, calculation procedures, and crucial methods to avoid issues or resonant frequencies. Case studies will be examined to reinforce the importance of understanding critical speed in pump design and application.

Learning Objectives:

• Gain an understanding of critical speed in rotodynamic pumps, including its definition and significance in resonance within rotor-bearing-support systems.

• Explain the essential principles of dry, lateral, and torsional critical speed, recognizing their respective effects on rotodynamic pumps and their operation.

• Acquire insights into the theory of critical speed, comprehend the factors that influence it, and gain knowledge of the calculation procedures involved in determining different types of critical speeds associated with pumps.

• Understand crucial methods to effectively manage and prevent issues arising from resonant frequencies related to critical speed, ensuring the stable operation of rotodynamic pumps.

• Develop an understanding of critical speed in pump design and application, enabling the application of this knowledge to practical scenarios.

Alex Moser

Senior Engineer of Standards and Training

Hydraulic Institute

Alex Moser is the Senior Engineer of Standards and Training at the Hydraulic Institute with technical responsibility for standards, guidebooks, training, and technical programs as well as assisting the governmental regulations committees with technical expertise. Prior to joining the Hydraulic Institute, he held new product development and engineering management positions with a major pump manufacturer, with a focus on new pump design, system analysis, and testing. Mr. Moser obtained his B.S. Degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Alabama.

 

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HI Member Type 1-Part Live Webinar 2-Part Live Webinar 3-Part Live Webinar 4-Part Live Webinar
Member$89.25$119.25$149.25$179.25
Associate Member$89.25$119.25$149.25$179.25
Standards Partner$89.25$119.25$149.25$179.25
Training Partner$89.25$119.25$149.25$179.25
Industry Partner$113.05$151.05$189.05$227.05
Academic Partner$113.05$151.05$189.05$227.05
Non-Member/Non-Partner$119.00$159.00$199.00$239.00


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For Member, Associate Member, Standards Partner, and Training Partner
Number of Attendees1-Part Live Webinar2-Part Live Webinar3-Part Live Webinar4-Part Live Webinar
1$89.25$119.25$149.25$179.25
2-5$71.40$95.40$119.40$143.40
6-10$62.75$83.75$104.75$125.75
11+$53.55$71.55$89.55$107.55
For Non-Member/Partner
Number of Attendees1-Part Live Webinar2-Part Live Webinar3-Part Live Webinar4-Part Live Webinar
1$119.00$159.00$199.00$239.00
2-5$95.20$127.20$159.20$191.20
6-10$83.30$111.30$139.30$167.30
11+$71.40$95.40$119.40$143.40

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