Item #: WEB-PPRP-1221
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Description 

This webinar series outlines the adverse effects of poorly designed pump piping which impacts overall system reliability and efficiency. Participants will be able to identify well-engineered pump piping designs that provide a uniform and symmetric fluid velocity profile to the pump and explain how this can help avoid cavitation problems, seals failures, and premature bearing issues. The series will also provide information on correct pump inlet (suction) and pump outlet (discharge) conditions to ensure proper pump performance and optimal reliability and what to do if optimal suction and discharge piping cannot be achieved.


Course content covers the following plans:

Session 1: Will focus on inlet (suction) piping requirements, outlet (discharge) piping requirements, and case studies.
Tuesday, December 14th | 1:00 - 2:00 pm EST
Instructors: Daniel Boldt, Director of Engineering, TRILLIUM Flow Technologies and Rafiq Qutub, Project Manager, GM BluePlan Engineering Limited

Session 2: Will focus on wet well connection, pump suction elbows, parallel operation, pump station retrofit or modification, modeling (CFD and physical modeling), general piping requirements, and a final case study.
Wednesday, December 15th | 1:00 - 2:00 pm EST 
Instructors: Kara Hurtig, Principal, Northwest Hydraulic Consultants and Joe White, Principal Engineer, AE - Associated Engineering

DURATION: The webinar will last approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes allowed for Q&A with the instructor

Each webinar will last approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes allowed for Q&A with the instructor. Participants of the live sessions will earn one (1) PDH credit, for a total of 2 PDH credits.

 

PDH CERTIFICATE(S): Participants of the live session will earn one (1) PDH credit. Please be advised that PDH credits are only available for registered participants of the live webinar. Each individual registration is for one (1) person and not intended to be viewed as a group.

GUIDANCE ON REGISTRATION:

  • Interested in group registration?
    Group discounts are available. Click here for price details and registration form. Please complete one form per registrant.
  • Registering for someone else?
    If you are registering on behalf of someone else, please log in as the intended live webinar attendee to complete the registration. Please be advised that access to live webinars is only available for registered participants. If you need assistance, please contact us.
  • Questions about registration?
    Contact us at training@pumps.org


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): December 14 & 15, 2021
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm EST (all sessions)
Presenter(s): Daniel Boldt, Rafiq Qutub, Kara Hurtig, Joe White
HI Contact: 973.267.9700 or training@pumps.org

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