Director, Research & Development at Elliott Group, Ebara Corp, USA
Director Machinery Department, Southwest Research Institute®
Manager, Gas Compressor Engineering, Solar Turbines Incorporated
Turbomachinery Seminar 2024
Module one on day one of the Workshop is designed for people working within or interested in investment potential of LNG. It is designed to give infrastructure funds, banks, investment houses the information required when investing in this field. This module also provides a useful insight for engineers to understand the financial implications of technical decisions.
Module two, on the second day is designed for engineers and students to gain a greater understanding of the technical aspects of the LNG Lifecycle: liquefaction plants, shipping, gasification plants.
For a detailed overview of the two day program please see our confirmed program.
Working principles of turbomachinery in power generation, gas compression for upstream, midstream, and downstream applications. With a focus on carbon reduction, the hydrogen economy, and CO2 capture, transport and sequestration.
The seminar will give attendees an overview of working principles of turbomachinery used in industrial applications. These machines include gas compressors, gas turbines, and steam turbines. The thermodynamic, aerodynamic, and rotordynamic principles, as well as control concepts are explained with the goal to understand the constraints and opportunities that arise for these machines, and by extension, the applications they are used for.
Among these applications are power generation, gas compression for upstream, midstream, and downstream applications, including LNG but in particular applications in the field of carbon reduction, the hydrogen economy, and CO2 capture, transport and sequestration.
The seminar therefore provides a fundamental class on turbomachinery function and application, and attempts to complement the GPPS Forum topics.