Austin, Texas (PRWEB) January 20, 2012
The Gas Machinery Journal is proud to announce that our family of training classes has grown! With the addition of CECO's open enrollment training, we now offer the finest hands on training around.
Registration now open for these courses & more, don't delay - space is limited.
CECO Training and Technical Service presents Applied Principles of Engines and Compressors
March 12 - 14 Houston, TX 36 PDHs $1,295
Applied Principles of Engines & Compressors is an engine fundamental class that provides a solid foundation to any employee involved in the operation and maintenance of reciprocating engines and compressors. Although the course topics are simple and easy to understand, the class is both stimulating and challenging.
Southwest Research Institute's Reciprocating Compressor Piping Design
May 1-2 Pittsburgh, PA 12 PDHs $995.00
The two-day course will focus on essential dynamic piping analyses required for reciprocating compressor installations, including pulsation, mechanical, piping flexibility (thermal), and valve analysis. The instructors will cover the fundamental excitation levels and performance issues associated with reciprocating compressors and the physical acoustic, mechanical, and thermal responses in compressor station piping networks.
2012 CORE Symposium, presented by TransCanada
May 22-23 Houston, TX 12PDHs $270
The primary focus for the 3rd Annual CORE Symposium is to summarize proven engine catalyst and turbocharger solutions for emissions reductions, operational flexibility and reliability on equipment that we operate in the gas transmission industry.
More information on these and all of our courses is available on our web site.
The Gas Machinery Journal is published by Striker Enterprises, LP (dba Striker Communications), an independent, privately owned publishing company based in Austin, Texas. Striker Enterprises is not affiliated with any other industry organization, but maintains cooperative partnerships with energy industry associations and groups.
The Gas Machinery Journal is distributed at no charge to 5000 energy industry professionals and top-level decision makers with responsibility for gas machinery and compressor station design, installation, operations and maintenance.
We are actively seeking expanding our readership - if your group or organization would like to receive the GM Journal, please contact us.