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Technical case studies and papers from leading experts including: • Chatunaran Mishra, Senior Advisor, TATA STEEL, India • Robert Aronen, Director, BOULDEN INTERNATIONAL, Luxembourg • Youssef Abbaoui, Engineering Specialist, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA • Dr. Mohan Rao, Vising Professor and ABET Coordinator, THE PETROLEUM INSTITUTE, UAE • Ali M. Al-Shurafa, Vibraon engineer, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA • Imran Babar, Machinery Health Manager, EMERSON PROCESS MANAGEMENT, UAE • Dr. Essam Wahba, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH, UAE • Dr.Mohammed Malkawi, Chief Architect, AIM WIRELESS SOLUTIONS, U.S.A. • Nicolae Vidroiu, Assistant Maintenance Manager, NATIONAL COOLING COMPANY (TABREED), UAE • Emad Bitar, Area Director, COMMTEST, UAE • Marn Williamson, Director, KEW ENGINEERING LTD, UK • Mohammed Al-Swaimil, Vibraon Analyst, CSD, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA • Taha Aldoss, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, JORDAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Jordan • Lyes Khezzar, Professor, THE PETROLEUM INSTITUTE, UAE • Syed Nadeem Ahmed, Senior Power Plants Engineer, PK MRO PIA ENGINEERING, Pakistan • Abdullah El Sherif, Team Leader, Mechanical Engineering, ADMA-OPCO, UAE 14th Annual Conference DON’T MISS! SPECIAL EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS New decade, New ideas, New insight The only rotang equipment conference in the GCC, ROTATE 2010, steps into the decade: Embracing new ideas and innovaons Featuring over 70% new speakers Bringing onboard different, unexplored perspecves to the industries’ most challenging issues Addressing the recurring concerns that connue to plague rotary equipment with the latest innovave technologies Evaluang soluons developed by other industries and adopng them to your own Eliminate unplanned down me by integrang the latest innovaons in root cause analysis and condion monitoring to your exisng systems thus cung costs Implement design and maintenance soluons that reduce the cost per hour of operaon; increasing daily revenue Opmise performance and efficiency by adopng cung edge updates in vibraon anaylsis and control Ulise effecve reliability engineering processes to opmise the performance of crical equipment Evaluate and adopt soluons developed by other industries to your own systems 12 – 16 December 2010 • Millennium Hotel, Abu Dhabi, UAE Dont miss 4 Value-added Workshops 14 December 2010 14 December 2010 15 – 16 December 2010 15 – 16 December 2010 See pages 5 – 7 for more details Exploring cung edge developments in rotang equipment technology set to take reliability and performance to the next level www.iirme.com/rotate A C B D 1 day 1 day 2 days 2 days Learning To Make Sense Of Your Oil Analysis Reports Advanced Gas Turbine Reliability Management For Oil And Gas And Power Generaon Machinery Vibraon Measurements The Systems, Troubleshoong And Case Histories Design And Selecon Fundamentals Of Centrifugal Pumps

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Technical case studies and papers from leading experts including:

• Chatunaran Mishra, Senior Advisor, TATA STEEL, India

• Robert Aronen, Director, BOULDEN INTERNATIONAL, Luxembourg

• Youssef Abbaoui, Engineering Specialist, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA

• Dr. Mohan Rao, Visiting Professor and ABET Coordinator, THE PETROLEUM INSTITUTE, UAE

• Ali M. Al-Shurafa, Vibration engineer, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA

• Imran Babar, Machinery Health Manager, EMERSON PROCESS MANAGEMENT, UAE

• Dr. Essam Wahba, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH, UAE

• Dr.Mohammed Malkawi, Chief Architect, AIM WIRELESS SOLUTIONS, U.S.A.

• Nicolae Vidroiu, Assistant Maintenance Manager, NATIONAL COOLING COMPANY (TABREED), UAE

• Emad Bitar, Area Director, COMMTEST, UAE • Martin Williamson, Director,

KEW ENGINEERING LTD, UK • Mohammed Al-Swaimil, Vibration Analyst, CSD,

SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA • Taha Aldoss, Professor, Department of Mechanical

Engineering, JORDAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Jordan

• Lyes Khezzar, Professor, THE PETROLEUM INSTITUTE, UAE

• Syed Nadeem Ahmed, Senior Power Plants Engineer, PK MRO PIA ENGINEERING, Pakistan

• Abdullah El Sherif, Team Leader, Mechanical Engineering, ADMA-OPCO, UAE

14th Annual Conference

DON’T MISS! SPECIAL EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS

New decade, New ideas, New insightThe only rotating equipment conference in the GCC, ROTATE 2010, steps into the decade: Embracing new ideas and innovations Featuring over 70% new speakers Bringing onboard different, unexplored perspectives to the industries’ most

challenging issues Addressing the recurring concerns that continue to plague rotary equipment with

the latest innovative technologies Evaluating solutions developed by other industries and adopting them to your own

Eliminate unplanned down time by integrating the latest innovations in root cause

analysis and condition monitoring to your existing systems thus cutting costs Implement design and maintenance solutions that reduce the cost per hour of

operation; increasing daily revenue Optimise performance and efficiency by adopting cutting edge updates in vibration anaylsis and control

Utilise effective reliability engineering processes to optimise the performance of critical equipment

Evaluate and adopt solutions developed by other industries to your own systems

12 – 16 December 2010 • Millennium Hotel, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Don’t miss 4 Value-added Workshops

14 December 2010

14 December 2010 15 – 16 December 2010

15 – 16 December 2010 See pages 5 – 7 for more details

Exploring cutting edge developments in rotating equipment technology set to take reliability and performance to the next level

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Learning To Make Sense Of Your Oil Analysis Reports

Advanced Gas Turbine Reliability Management For Oil And Gas And Power Generation

Machinery Vibration Measurements The Systems, Troubleshooting And Case Histories

Design And Selection Fundamentals Of Centrifugal Pumps

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Dear Engineer,

Every year hundreds of thousands of dollars are lost due to downtime brought on by machine failure, the unavailability of suitable spare components and the failure to accurately diagnose the real underlying problem.

As you are well aware, there is always the possibility for further improvement. Whether it is reliability, performance, efficiency and uptime; you are faced with the perpetual prospect of moving one step closer to complete perfection.

For the past fourteen years ROTATE has provided a unique platform for the exchange of expertise and experience of the latest innovations and ideas in rotary machinery. As the foremost rotating equipment conference in the region, ROTATE is the stage for you to hear first hand from the visionaries and pioneering practitioners responsible for innovations.

The 14th Annual Rotate Conference will explore new, cutting edge computational and mechanical solutions that aim to eliminate the occurrence of unplanned downtime, ensure flawless performance and 100% efficiency.

This year the conference will showcase papers that highlight the latest cutting-edge solutions and practices. The comprehensive case studies will present the practical concerns of the implementation of these by experts who have already integrated them into their systems.

At the end of the conference you will gain insight and information that serve to significantly improve the functioning of your system, such as: • Utilisation of CFDs to optimise performance and reduced downtime• Radically improving reliability in rotating equipment with the implementation of dry

gas solutions to cut costs• Optimising efficiency through the implementation of retrofit technology• The latest updates in vibration analysis that allows one to foresee future problems and

avoid unplanned downtime• Diagnosing the root cause of mounting resonance on motor performance to prevent

frequent failures

ROTATE 2010 will also give you the rare opportunity to meet those with the most current information and relevant experience - your peers. Interact with practitioners from across the industrial spectrum at networking sessions where you can discuss your most pressing concerns and share insight and understanding into the best possible solutions.

The ROTATE 2010 is the ideal platform for the exchange of ideas and expertise involving rotating equipment and valuable networking opportunities.

I look forward to welcoming you to Abu Dhabi in December.

Yours Sincerely,

Genelee Mazarello Conference Director ROTATE 2010

Countries Represented At Previous ROTATE Conferences

TEL: +971 4 335 2437 • FAX: +971 4 335 2438 • EMAIL: [email protected] www.iirme.com/rotate

Special Early Bird Discounts

SAVE UPTO US $ 400!

Sponsorship Opportunities Available! ROTATE 2010 presents you with a rare opportunity to meet the senior decision makers, managers and directors who will be looking to speak to product and service solution providers.

If you have a product or service that our senior decision makers need and wish to participate at this event as a key sponsor, please contact Jake Brown at +971 4 4072732 or email [email protected] for the complete details of the available opportunities.

14th Annual Conference

P.S. Don’t miss 4 must-attend technical workshops. See pages 5 – 7

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08:00 Registration And Welcome Refreshments

08:45 Opening And Welcome Remarks From The Chair

Abdullah H. El- Sherif, Team Leader, Mechanical Engineering, ADMA-OPCO, UAE

09:00 An Overview Of The Newest

Advancements In Condition Monitoring Technology To Enable The Early Detection And Diagnosis Of Problems In Rotating Machinery

• Early failure detection of a Crosshead fatigue failure to allow for swift treatment to avoid the high cost of fixing a major failure

• An overview of the new generation of machinery monitoring and protection of reciprocating machinery

• Assessing the integration of an advanced diagnostic tool in an optimization platform aimed at taking condition monitoring to the next level

Chatunaran Mishra, Senior Advisor, TATA STEEL, India 09:45 Exploring The Utilisation Of CFDs

To Optimise Performance In Turbo Machinery • Analysing the benefits of using

CFD technology in optimising the performance of turbo machinery

• Understanding the long term consequences of successfully completing the process of integrating CFD technology into your system

• Successfully completing the process while minimising downtime

Dr. Essam Wahba, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH, UAE 10:30 Networking & Refreshment Break 11:00 The Power Of Wings–Understanding

The Lomakin Effect • Exploring the potential of composite

materials in the repair and construction of pumps and its ability to improve reliability, efficiency and safety

• Understanding the interaction of wear wings with hydraulic and mechanical forces acting upon the pump rotor

Main Conference Day 1 Sunday, 12 December 2010

• A look at the development of modern composites emphasising the key material properties which ensure success in application

• Field studies and case histories Robert Aronen, Director, BOULDEN INTERNATIONAL, Luxembourg 11:45 An Overview Of Computational And

Experimental Tools Developed In The Aerospace And Automotive Industries And Their Crossover To The Oil And Gas Industry As A Possible Solution To Vibration And Noise Concerns

• The advantages of reducing the sources and paths of noise and vibration as opposed to band-aid type solutions

• The long term implications of computational and experimental tools in the oil and gas industry in relation to reduced downtime, occupational injuries and noise induced hearing loss

• CASE STUDY: employing modal analysis, order tracking, noise path analysis, near field acoustic holography, finite element and boundary elementary tools on the path to a long time solution

Dr. Mohan Rao, Visiting Professor and ABET Coordinator, THE PETROLEUM INSTITUTE, UAE

12:25 An In-Depth Look At The Advancements And Latest Developments In The Control Systems Of Rotating Machines

• The development of control systems for rotating machines

• Understanding distributed control systems

• Assessing computer-based control systems and their application in rotating machines

• An overview of recent developments and advances in CBCs

Dr.Mohammed Malkawi, Chief Architect, AIM WIRELESS SOLUTIONS, USA 13:10 Networking Lunch

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• Diagnosing the root cause of the decline in motor performance

• Coming to a consensus about the root cause of the decline in motor performance

• Finding the best possible solution that goes beyond a superficial result and implementation.

Mohammed Al-Swaimil, Vibration Analyst, CSD, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA

14:55 CASE STUDY: Implementing Dry Gas Solutions To Radically Improve Reliability In Rotating Equipment And Dramatically Cut Costs

• Understanding the application of dry gas to optimise utility

• Modifying equipment to function with dry gas solutions while ensuring maximum performance

• Exploring the benefits of lower maintenance costs, increased lifetime and other long term benefits

• CASE STUDY: Modification of compressor seal to enable dry gas utility and outcome

Palani Karthikeyan, Rotating Equipment Engineer, DUBAI SUPPLY AUTHORITY, UAE 15:40 Networking & Refreshment Break

15:55 Criticality Assessment – A Structured And Systematic Methodology For Assessing And Classifying Rotating And Static Plant Equipment

• Utilising a multi–criteria classification method, integrating operations and maintenance constraints

• Assessing corporate strategic imperatives including Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) requirements

• An outline of a corporate methodology for assessing and classifying plant equipment criticality

Youssef Abbaoui, Engineering Specialist, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA 16:40 Closing Remarks From The Chair

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08:30 Morning Refreshments

09:00 Opening Remarks From The Chair

09:15 Assessing The Implementation and Implications Of Retrofit Technology In Rotating Machines In A Bid To Raise Efficiency And Cut Costs

• Evaluating the need for retrofit in turbo machinery

• Understanding the essential elements of retrofit technology

• Weighing the pros and cons and the justification of retrofit

• The impact of retrofit on the reliability of turbo machinery

• The economic and environmental effects of retrofit technology

Taha Aldoss, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, JORDAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Jordan

10:00 An Overview Of The Latest Developments In The Maintenance Of Mechanical Bearings And Seals To Increase Lifetime And Eliminate The Chances Of Potentially Catastrophic Failure

• Assessing the newest lubricants and their role in reducing friction, overheating and failure

• Low cost options in mechanical seal and bearing upkeep to reduce downtime and prevent shutdown

• Keeping bearings clean: tips for keeping bearings free of dust and other hard particles that threaten system shutdown

• Trouble shooting: daily maintenance of seals mechanical seals and bearings to ensure consistent performance

Martin Williamson, Director, KEW ENGINEERING LTD, UK

10:45 Networking & Refreshment Break

11:15 CASE STUDY: The Troubleshooting And Modification Of High Pressure Screw Pump Currently Operating In An ADMA-OPCO’s Field, Eventually Adopted By The Pump Vendor As The Standard Feature Of Their New Design

Abdullah H. El- Sherif, Team Leader, Mechanical Engineering, ADMA-OPCO, UAE

12:00 Monitoring Rotating Machinery Using Wireless Technology To Improve Reliability

• Understanding the challenges of online vibration monitoring

• Protection vs Prediction • An in depth look at self organising

mesh networks • Studying the various applications

of wireless technology Imran Babar, Machinery Health Manager, EMERSON PROCESS MANAGEMENT, UAE

12:45 Reviewing The Latest Innovations In Gas Turbines Reliability Management

• A look at the newest updates in aero, aero derivative and commercial gas turbines

• Assessing performance factors of aero, aero derivative and commercial gas turbines

• Analysing the KPIs and maintenance cost trends

• Understanding maintenance and overhaul workscopes

Syed Nadeem Ahmed, Senior Power Plants Engineer, PK MRO PIA ENGINEERING, Pakistan

13:30 Networking Lunch

Main Conference Day 2 Monday, 13 December 2010

MUST ATTEND:

4 Technical Workshops

See pages 5 - 7 for details

14:30 An Extensive And Detailed Look At The Specification, Selection And Operation Of Plastic Pumps For Reactive Fluids

• Reviewing the different types of plastics pump and understanding the differences and applications

• Evaluating the advances in plastic pump technology

• Understanding the critical operational parameters

• Assessing the fluid-pump compatibility

• Selection Criteria and operational safeguards: a checklist

Abdelsamie Moet, Professor, Petrochemical Engineering, PHAROS UNIVERSITY IN ALEXANDRIA, Egypt

15:15 Networking & Refreshment Break 16:00 CASE STUDY: Developing A World-

Class Vibration Analysis Team To Enhance Equipment Performance And Operational Capacity: Examining The Pros And Cons Of Outsourcing Vs. Insourcing

• Assessing the advantages and disadvantages of an internal vibration analysis team in comparison to the advantages and disadvantages of an external vibration consultant

• Exploring on-line condition monitoring systems

• Analyzing vibration problems especially those caused by misalignment and unbalance

• Considering a new organisational structure to handle vibration analysis

Nicolae Vidroiu, Assistant Maintenance Manager, NATIONAL COOLING COMPANY (TABREED), UAE Emad Bitar, Area Director, COMMTEST, UAE 16:40 Closing Remarks From The Chair

16:50 Handout of Rotate 2009 Attendance Certificates

17:00 Close of Rotate 2010

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Workshops and Training Courses 14 – 16 December 2010

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IntroductionMany maintenance personnel rely on oil analysis in addition to vibration analysis but invariably rely on the laboratory to provide the feedback, including the recommendation on what action to take. However, most maintenance personnel are in a better position to make the decisions, but are often concerned that they don’t understand the oil analysis report. Because the people on site have a much better understanding of the machinery and its reliability history, decisions and actions on the oil analysis reports are best taken by those very same people, rather than the personnel employed in remote laboratories who don’t always have that hands-on experience. An oil analysis report is very easy to understand and this workshop will show you how to break the report into easy to comprehend chunks, along with guidance on how to establish limits for each measured parameter of the analysis report. Topics Covered In The Workshop:• The importance of a good oil analysis programme, including the need

for good sampling practices• How to break the report in to 3 easy sections for quicker

interpretation• What each reported value means• The potential impact of each test value has with respect to the

lubricant and the machine• What limits to set for each oil analysis test• How to make meaningful recommendations to maintenance

colleagues based on the oil analysis report• Steps to improve your oil analysis programme going forward

At The End Of The Workshop You Will Be Able To:• Easily understand all the reported values in an oil analysis report• Feel more comfortable about the results and whether they are

within limits• Determine whether you are getting adequate test coverage on each

type of machine• Be able to talk more confidently with your oil analysis service

provider about the services they are offering• Adjust your existing oil analysis alarms and limits on your critical

plant to ensure earlier warning of impending problems• Implement future steps to get more out your oil analysis

programme Meet Your Expert Workshop Leader

Martin Williamson, Director, KEW ENGINEERING LTD, Chester, UK As a graduate of the University of Cape Town, Martin Williamson started in the field of Reliability on an Iron

Ore Mine, working in their Oil Analysis and Tribology programme. In 2001 he was responsible for setting up Noria UK on behalf of Noria Corp, and was responsible for its daily operations as well as providing a technical service in training and consulting. Four years later establishing KEW Engineering as his own business and continue to work with Noria as well as tackling other project work directly with clients like BP and Marathon Oil, working mainly in the Oil & Gas sectors, but covering many other industry sectors.

Learning To Make Sense Of Your Oil Analysis Reports Conducted On Machinery Lubricating Oil

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Topics Covered In The Workshop• Modular concepts and reliability factors • Reliability programs for gas turbines in CCGTPP and LNG applications • Key operational considerations • Cold and hot section inspections ,

life extensions • Upgrades and recent trends of OEMs • Overhaul workscope optimisation • Case studies from power generation and LNG applications

Meet Your Expert Course Leader Syed Nadeem Ahmed, Senior Power Plants Engineer, PK MRO PIA ENGINEERING, Pakistan

S. Nadeem Ahmed has more than 20 years of Mechanical Engineering experience in Power

Plant Engineering and Process Industry including 14 years in Maintenance Repair, Overhaul, Testing and Evaluation of Gas Turbine Power Plants with PK MRO PIA.He has a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering with Major in Thermal Power Systems Engineering and Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt from USA.

Advanced Gas Turbine Reliability Management For Oil And Gas And Power Generation

(14 October 2010, 9am – 5pm)

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Informative and helpful for improving technical knowledge.Mohsiur Rahman, Deputy Manager, DEWA, UAE

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Introduction The development of the vibration systems and their wide spread application in the industry require users of these systems to have a solid background and a deep understanding of their capabilities and limitations. This interactive workshop addresses the subject of vibration measurements from real field perspective through numerous field cases. It will help those who deal with vibration in new projects or running plants to focus on the problematic areas giving you the tools to overcome them.The development of the vibration systems and their wide applications in the industry require the users of these systems to have a solid background and a deep understanding of their capabilities and limitations. This workshop addresses the subject of vibration measurements from real field perspective through numerous actual field cases. It will help those who deal with vibration in new projects or running plants to focus on the problematic areas and will give you the tools to overcome them.

This interactive course contains plenty of cases, exercises and discussions to reinforce the understanding of the concepts. The fundamentals of the vibration measurements will be reviewed to establish the necessary foundation to deal with deeper topics like product features (e.g. BN 3500) and reviewing sections of the commonly used standard API 670.

Topics Covered In The Workshop:• An overview of the fundamentals of online vibration

systems and vibration variables• Assessing instrumentation and mechanical interaction on vibration• Understanding the reason for measuring discrepancies• System deliverables (actions, variables and plots)• Vibration relative probe loops and vibration seismic sensor loops• More than 20 case histories and useful calculation exercises• Relative and seismic demonstrations: vibration measurements, tests

and interesting cutawat components

At The End Of The Workshop You Will Be Able To:• Recognise the measurement systems, their differences and

limitations• Identify the reasons and correct the discrepancies in vibration

readings• Recognise and correct the common pitfalls in vibration

measurement (e.g. rack configuration)• Evaluate and improve quality of the vibration details/proposals (e.g.

new projects)• Carry out basic loop tests and communicate skills (e.g.: calibration

gap voltage) Meet Your Expert Workshop Leader

Ali M. Al-Shurafa, Vibration Engineer, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA

Ali M. Al-Shurafa is a machinery vibration engineer with more than 10 years of both industrial and academic

experience. A certified Vibration Specialist (ISO 18436 Cat III), from the Vibration Institute he serves as the vibration group leader and reliability engineer in Juaymah NGL Plant, Saudi Aramco. He has also taught engineering courses as a faculty member at the Jubail Industrial College. He obtained an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from KFUPM in 2004.

Machinery Vibration Measurements- The Systems, Troubleshooting andCase Histories

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Abdulrahman Alkhowaiter, Rotating Machinery Specialist, SAUDI ARAMCO, KSA

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Design And Selection Fundamentals Of Centrifugal Pumps

(15 – 16 December 2010, 9am – 5pm)

Introduction Gain comprehensive knowledge to effectively select the most appropriate type of centrifugal pump and perform hydraulic calculations for system matching in a given application, distinguish between the characteristics of various types of pumps and their maintenance requirements. Case and analysis studies will form an integral part of the course delivery.

Day One

• Introduction and background to pumps and pumping systems.

• Pump Classification – Positive displacement – Dynamic • Basic Hydraulic Concepts & Definitions – Defining head and pressure – Why Head Instead of Pressure? – Hydraulic Power – Specific Gravity – Pump Efficiencies • Horsepower & Efficiency – Calculating pipe hydraulic

and mechanical losses – Hydraulic Efficiency – Effects of Viscosity • How Centrifugal Pumps Work – Theoretical pump curve – Reading Pump Curves – Single Line Curves – Multiple Trim Curves – Multiple Speed Curves – Affinity Laws – Specific Speed and efficiency• Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH) – Cavitation – NPSHr, NPSHa and NPSHi – NPSH Margin • Advanced Hydraulic Considerations – Specific Speed & Suction Specific

Speed – Parallel & Series Operation – Performance Optimization – Over-Sizing Pumps – Piping Layout guidelines – Field Testing Pumps

Day Two • System Curves – Calculating System Heads – Operating point – Changes in the System Curve – Determining a Pump’s Operating

Point in the Field

• Effects of Pump Operation on Mechanical Reliability

– Axial & Radial Loads – Shaft Deflection – Seal & Bearing Life – Start Up and Commissioning Procedures – Minimum Flow and internal recirculation • Pump selection and factors influencing

the selection • Optimizing Your Pump Operation – Energy Efficiency – Improved Reliability – Better Process Control • Condition Monitoring of Pumps – Vibration Analysis – Lubricant Analysis – Alternative Methods

• Pump Troubleshooting – Common Pump Problems and Their

Solutions – Root Cause Analysis – Case Studies

Special Early Bird Discounts

SAVE UPTO US$ 400!

At The End Of The Training Course You Will Be Able To • Differentiate between the different types

of pumps classifications• Select a centrifugal pump for a given

process design application• Understand and apply essential pump

performance testing techniques for centrifugal pumps

• Analyze pump performance curves and optimize pump operation

• Apply condition monitoring to pumps• Apply advanced pump applications and

calculations to your pumps• Understand and apply maintenance basics

Meet Your Expert Training Course Leaders:

Abdulah H. El–Sherif, Team Leader, Mechanical Engineering, ADMA – OPCO, UAEAbdulah H. El–Sherif is a Rotating Machinery Expert with

the Facilities Engineering Division, of the Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Co. (ADMA-OPCO), Abu Dhabi, UAE. Previously he was a Staff Machinery Engineer with ESSO Standard (EXXON), Marsa Brega, Libya. Mr. El-Sherif holds a B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Libya and a M.Sc. degree in Machinery Engineering from the University Of Liverpool, UK.

Lyes Khezzar, Professor, THE PETROLEUM INSTITUTE, UAEBefore gaining his PhD from Imperial College, Lyes Khezzar obtained a 1st Class BEng Honours

degree in mechanical engineering from Bradford University and a Master of Science from UMIST. He has a wide professional experience in Academia, and Industries spanning mechanical construction, power & desalination and Petrochemicals. He has participated in a wide variety of research and consultancy projects sponsored by major industrial bodies and government agencies from the UK, US, Oman and Algeria that span the fields of internal flows in equipment, combustors, turbo machines, gas and water distribution networks and fluid handling facilities. He is an Elected Fellow of Institution of Mechanical Engineers (UK) and a registered Chartered Engineer.

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Showcase your products to pre-qualified executives with SpendingPower…• Mechanical Engineers

• Rotating Equipment Engineers

• Reliability Engineers

• Pump Engineers

• Condition Monitoring Engineers

• Chief Engineers

• Condition Monitoring Supervisors

• Mechanical Rotating Supervisors

• Vibration Analysts

• Maintenance Supervisors

• Plant Supervisors / Engineers

• Machinery Engineers

• Technical Directors

• Maintenance Engineers

www.iirme.com/rotate

The event was a stepping stone to understanding common problems facing the industry and the different solutions.Ali Mohammed Al–Asmi, Senior Mechanical engineer, PDO, Oman

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…from these important sectors...• Petroleum Drilling

• Petroleum Production and Refining

• Power & Electricity

• Chemical / Fertilizer Manufacturing

• Metal Manufacturing

• Process Industry

• Aviation

• Cement Manufacturing

• Maintenance Engineering

• Hardware Manufacturing

• Electrical Manufacturing

• Equipment Suppliers

• Engineering

• LNG

Sponsorship Opportunities Available! Contact Jake Brown on +971 4 4072732 or email [email protected] if you wish to participate as a sponsor

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No. of Days Item Price Before 7

Nov 2010 Price Before 30

Nov 2010 Price After 7

Dec 2010

52 day conference + 1-day workshop A or B + 2-day workshop C or D

US$ 3,195

Savings US$ 400

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US$ 3,595

42 day conference + 2-day workshop C or D

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32 day conference + 1-day workshop A or B

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2 2 day conferenceUS$ 2,199

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22-day workshop C or D

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11-day workshop A or B

US $ 895

Savings US$ 200

US $ 995

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US $ 1,095

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Event Venue: Millennium Hotel,Abu Dhabi, UAE Tel: 971-2-6146000 Accommodation Details We highly recommend you secure your room reservation at the earliest to avoid last minute inconvenience. You can contact the IIR Hospitality Desk for assistance on: Tel: +971-4-4072693 Fax: +971-4-4072517 Email: [email protected]

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14th Annual Conference

12 – 16 December 2010 • Millennium Hotel, Abu Dhabi, UAE