Industrial Equipment and Turbomachinery: Pumps, Compressors, Turbines and Motors

202420may(may 20)9:13 pm24(may 24)9:13 pmIndustrial Equipment and Turbomachinery: Pumps, Compressors, Turbines and Motors

Course Details


  • How to evaluate turbine performance during startup and operation
  • How to identify turbomachinery system components
  • How to define and use appropriate monitoring techniques and tools
  • How to utilize effective operation and shutdown procedures
  • How to analyze common turbomachinery problems, such as vibration, temp/pressure operation and surge
  • How to solve instrumentation and control problems
  • Understand the inter-relationships of drivers, couplings, gearboxes, and driven equipment
  • Installation techniques, equipment failures and different maintenance practices
  • Apply   an   in-depth   knowledge   and   skills   in   various   industrial   equipment   and turbomachines including pumps, compressors, turbines and motors
  • Implement systematic techniques on selection, sizing, application, operation, testing, troubleshooting and maintenance of various industrial equipment and turbomachinery
  • Identify the various types of compressors, performance measurement and preventive maintenance
  • Illustrate the operation and characteristics of centrifugal and axial compressors as well as compressor systems calculations
  • Define   and   categorize   pumps   and   discuss   centrifugal   pump theory, general performance and basic components
  • List types of bearings and explain statistical nature of bearing life
  • Demonstrate viscosity of lubricants and oil analysis
  • Describe   the characteristics   of   induction motors   including   their   speed   control, maintenance, troubleshooting techniques and diagnostic testing for failures in three-phase stator windings.
  • Illustrate vibration instrumentation and analysis, the cause of vibration and predictive maintenance
  • Implement proper techniques and procedures of turbomachinery maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Recognize the root causes of machine failure like the vibration and employ the proper steps to troubleshoot anomalies

Employ troubleshooting techniques in accordance with the turbomachinery API & ISO standards and specifications


Day 1: Introduction

  • Gas turbine machinery – general description
  • Operating principles of gas turbines
  • Key performance variables and means to monitor

Day2: Components of Turbomachinery

  • Major components of axial flow compressors
  • Rotors blades, shafts, combustion chambers, nozzles
  • Auxiliary systems: lube oil, seal oil, fuel, start-up, etc.​

Day 3:

  • Evaluation of turbine performance parameters during start-up and normal operation
  • Troubleshooting control systems for gas turbines: start-up, speed and temperature controls, vibration​

Day 4: Principles of Operation

  • Principles of operation and general components of compressors: rotors, seals, diaphragms, etc.
  • Operating characteristics curves
  • Compressor Systems Calculations
  • Centrifugal Pump Mechanical Seals
  • Pumping System Calculations
  • Surging phenomenon
  • Choking phenomenon

Day 5: Shut Down

  • Shutdown procedures
  • Maintenance Planning
  • Logging of monitoring checks
  • Vibrations & Predictive Maintenance
  • Turbo Machinery Standards
  • Troubleshooting as an Extension of Failure Analysis
  • Troubleshooting of Turbo Machinery

Who Should Attend ?

This course provides an overview of all significant aspects and considerations of industrial equipment and turbomachinery for those who are involved in the selection, sizing, applications, operation, testing, troubleshooting, maintenance and failure analysis of pumps, compressors, turbines, and motors. Engineers, supervisors, foremen and other technical staff dealing with industrial equipment, turbomachinery, and rotating equipment will benefit from this course.


20 (Monday) 9:13 pm - 24 (Friday) 9:13 pm(GMT+03:00)



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