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TOPIC: This introductory webinar will address the issue of resonance, and review the importance of the ANSI/HI 9.6.8 Rotodynamic Pumps – Guidelines for Dynamics of Pumping Machinery, which provides a methodology to assess uncertainty and risk factors that increase the chance of resonant vibration.  Additionally the types and levels of dynamic analysis, and standard specification language that can be used will be covered.

Vibration caused by resonance is an industry problem for new and retrofit applications that persists due to lack of specification and upfront analysis.  To limit the chances of resonant vibration, dynamic analysis of the structure and rotating assembly to evaluate structural, rotor lateral and rotor torsional frequencies is done when the pump installation “warrants” it.  However, dynamic analyses take time, require expertise, and cost money: It is not always clear when a pump is purchased if the installation warrants the expense of analysis.  Furthermore, the purchaser may not know what type and levels of dynamic analysis should be specified. This results in poor specification, missed specification or specification of analysis when it is not needed.

ANSI/HI 9.6.8 Rotodynamic Pumps – Guidelines for Dynamics of Pumping Machinery is the first American National Standard to cover this topic; it defines the types and levels of analysis, provides methods to evaluate the risk and uncertainty of a pump installation to understand when analysis is warranted, and provides standard specification template to aid the user.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 
  • Forced vibration and resonance
  • Types and levels of dynamic analysis
  • Risk and uncertainty factors the increase the chance of and impact of resonance
  • Methods to determine the appropriate type and level of dynamic analysis to specify
  • How to specify dynamic analysis

AUDIENCE: This presentation is ideal for those who are looking to expand their knowledge on the methods and benefits of dynamic analysis. 


DURATION:
The webinar will last approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes allowed for Q&A. Participants of the live sessions will earn one (1) PDH credit.

PDH CERTIFICATE(S): Please note that each individual registration counts as a seat is for one person and not intended to be viewed as a group. Also please be advised that PDH credits are only available for registered participants of the live session.


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WEBINAR PLATFORM: Our webinars are hosted on the Webex teleconferencing platform. Prior to the live webinar, click here for instructions on how to test your browser.

WEBINAR DISCLAIMER: 
By participating in this webinar hosted by the Hydraulic Institute (HI) and Pump Systems Matter (PSM) you automatically agree to authorize recording of audio and or visual content presented during the live session and consent to subsequent use of the recording by HI and PSM unless otherwise stated. The audio and visual recording of the live webinar includes documents and materials exchanged or viewed during the live event; questions asked and poll answers provided by you during the live event; and the chat box transcript. Live webinar recordings are uploaded to HI’s On-Demand library for distribution.


By submitting this registration, you consent to having your name or contact information shared with the session speaker(s) and organizer(s).

If you do not consent to the audio and/or video recording of this live webinar or the sharing of your information, please do not join the session and email your concerns to training@pumps.org.

 

Date(s): October 5, 2021
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 PM (EST)
Presenter(s): Peter Gaydon (Hydraulic Institute) and Paul Boyadjis (Mechanical Solutions Inc.)
HI Contact: training@pumps.org

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