mainly dedicated to participants from:
EUROPE, the MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA
Seminar Language: ENGLISH
A cooperation between RBTS, USA and Laschet Consulting, Germany
This International Seminar & Short Course is dedicated to engineers and technical managers who are involved in ROTATING MACHINERY DYNAMICS design, operation, maintenance, diagnosis, and trouble shooting, with emphasis on machinery rotor dynamics (LATERAL VIBRATION analysis), drive train dynamics (TORSIONAL VIBRATION analysis), and bearing systems (FLUID-FILM BEARINGS).
Course coverage of the field is illustrated by the presentation of real life case histories and the application of advanced technologies for the modeling, analyses, and trouble shooting real life bearings and vibration problems.
This seminar is a TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER SEMINAR and is therefore dedicated to all engineers interested in the dynamics of rotating machinery, independent of the use of a software tool. No previous experiences in rotordynamics are required – just register and visit the seminar to understand the world of vibrations, and above all how to solve and avoid vibration problems in rotating machinery.
In the previous years most of the seminar attendees for our in-person seminars in Cologne (Germany) came from Europe as well as from the Middle East, and India. Thus, this seminar is really an INTERNATIONAL event; you should not miss this professional course of great reputation and lively exchange of experiences among the participants.
This is the structure of the seminar with the associated subjects per day.
This seminar is presented by Victor K. Obeid together with Dr. Andreas Laschet.
Victor Obeid is a rotor dynamic and fluid-film bearing specialist with acknowledged high reputation worldwide. He is also head of the company:
RBTS, Inc. – 1041 West Bridge Street – Phoenixville, PA 19460 / U.S.A. – www.rbts.com
Laschet Consulting is RBTS ' partner in Europe and official distributor of the ARMD software and therefore your contact partner for software support. Laschet Consulting also offers associated engineering services worldwide. Dr. Andreas Laschet is specialized in torsional vibration analyses, also with extended requirements.
If you have any further technical or organizational queries or questions regarding the content of the seminar, please contact us directly (Contact).
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Seminar planned for 2024. New dates are announced soon. Online registration is not possible at the moment.
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