Monday 12th September 2016

13th European Fluid Machinery Congress getting closer

With less than 4 weeks to go, time is running out to join the 13th European Fluid Machinery Congress on 3-4 October in The Hague. This two day conference is a must-attend event to share the latest technological solutions and take away insights from the foremost designers, manufacturers and engineers involved in fluid machinery.


Key sessions for European Sealing Association members

  • The Effective Use of API 682 Plan 53B Barrier Fluid Systems for Improved Pump Seal Reliability in Climates with Large Ambient Temperature Changes
    Richard Jonathan Smith, AESSEAL plc, UK
  • Experimental And Numerical Estimation of Instability Critical Velocities of Pipes Conveying Fluid
    Dr. Hayder Yousif Ahmad, Safran Labinal Power Systems, UK
  • True Innovation in Air Compression
    Jenny Rohde, Lontra Ltd, UK
  • Computational Analysis of The Effects of Manufacturing Tolerances on the Performance of a Regenerative Liquid Ring Pump
    Nilla-Helene Karlsen-Davies, Lancaster University
  • System Dynamic Simulations to Prevent Failure in Centrifugal Compressors due to Surge and Rotating Stall
    Jan Smeulers, TNO, The Netherlands

Plus: Meet and share experiences with peers, including confirmed delegates and speakers from British Engines Limited, Aker Solutions, Michell Bearings Limited, Weir Group, Technip, Vert Rotors UK Ltd and ARAMCO.
For full event details and to register, please visit: http://www.imeche.org/fluidmachinerycongress

Supporting discount

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers warmly invites European Sealing Association members to join the Congress and secure their supporting rate pass to attend. Simply select “Supporting Organisation” when registering online, or email eventenquiries@imeche.org / call on +44 (0)207 973 1251 and mention your European Sealing Association membership.

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