GMRC Schedules Dallas Workshops

Three training opportunities set for week of April 22


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The Gas Machinery Research Council will conduct three workshops at Dallas for compression industry professionals in late April.

Factors in Compressor Station Design is planned for April 23-25. It will instruct engineers and design professionals on how to design and integrate the various parts of a compressor station into an effective and efficient system.

Compressor Station Vibration will be held April 23-25. Interactive case studies will be used to detail vibration issues and solutions at the design stage, as well as during commissioning and troubleshooting.

Combustion Characteristics is scheduled April 22-25. It will cover the effects of operating conditions and control adjustments on engine combustion, plus a discussion of issues affecting the development and use of horsepower performance curves.

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