FREE WEBINAR: Pump System Assessment using DOE’s MEASUR software.
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Date: December 07, 2023
Time: 3:00pm EST
PDH Credits: 0.0
This free webinar provides attendees the basics of pump system energy consumption and how to utilize DOE’s free Pump System Assessment (PSA) MEASUR tool to evaluate the energy savings opportunity of their pumping system. The PSA MEASUR tool is backed by industry standards and is inclusive of tools and calculators to make support saving energy in pumping systems. The presentation is valuable for anyone that conducts pump system assessments or anyone that wants to understand how to improve the energy efficiency of pumping systems.
• Overview of DOE’s free Pump System Assessment (PSA) MEASUR software
• Basic hydraulics & energy Consumption
• Detailed review of MEASURs PSA module
• Examples of PSA Utilizing MEASUR and its calculators
• Understand the high-level capabilities of DOE MEASUR software for pumps and other industrial systems.
• How to access and download the Free MEASUR software
• Key factors that effect pump system energy consumption
• The capabilities of MEASURs PSA module
• How to use tools and calculators within MEASURs PSA module
• How to conduct an assessment using MEASURs PSA module
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Deputy Executive Director
Peter Gaydon is the Deputy Executive Director at the Hydraulic Institute. Mr. Gaydon held design, development, and test engineering positions with major pump manufacturers. He currently serves as member on several pump related standards committees for AWWA, CSA, ASME and serves as the Chair for the AWWA E103 Vertical and Horizontal Line-Shaft Pumps. With the Hydraulic Institute, Mr. Gaydon has technical responsibility for standards, guidebooks, technical regulatory affairs and certification programs. Mr. Gaydon obtained his B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alfred.
Technical Account Manager & Engineering Lead
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Kristina holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri University of Science & Technology) and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University – Fort Collins. She has worked at Oak Ridge National Laboratory since September 2015, first in the Center for Transportation Analysis and then with the Manufacturing Energy Efficiency Research and Analysis Group. She has been a Better Plants Technical Account Manager (TAM) since 2017 and has 9 partners. She is also the engineering lead for the MEASUR and VERIFI tools – comprehensive tool suites combining and integrating several older DOE AMO software tools. Kristina also contributes to several projects as a technoeconomic and life cycle analysis expert, focused on composites, wide bandgap semiconductors, additive manufacturing, and the U.S. food supply chain.
One (1) PDH credit will be issued upon completion of this live webinar series.
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