Vibrations in Rotating Machinery - VIRM11

A session at Vibrations in Rotating Machinery - VIRM11

First held in 1976, VIRM has continually defined and redefined the many aspects of vibration encountered in all forms of rotating machinery.

Topics that will be addressed include:

Active Magnetic Bearings and Control
Blades and bladed assemblies (forced response, flutter, mistuning)
Electrical machines
Fault detection and condition monitoring
Rotor dynamics
Rub, whirl and instability
Torsional vibration
Applications: medical devices
Applications: oil and gas
Accessories and externals
Micro turbines
Next-generation power gearboxes
Oil-free machines

Welcome reception drinks and a conference dinner will also offer fantastic networking opportunities. Visit www.imeche.org/VIRM for more information.

Attend VIRM11 to:

Learn new computational techniques with significantly extended capabilities
Hear the latest thinking in rotordynamics of electrical machines
Guarantee that machines function correctly and reliably in any operating conditions
Make better material choices
Find collaborators for future projects
Learn experimental techniques in MIMO, modal analysis, mixed co-ordinates and finite volume methods

Early Bird - Member/Member of a supporting organisation: GBP 500
Early Bird - Non-Member: GBP 660
Early Bird - Student/Retired: GBP 180
Early Bird - Presenting Author: GBP 300

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Date Tue 13th September 2016

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