Workshops are Open to all Attendees
Cycle Chemistry Optimization Workshop
The EPRI Cycle Chemistry Optimization Workshop will occur Monday afternoon, August 1st from 1:00 to 5:00P in room C160B. This workshop will detail cycle chemistry events and how to optimize your program.
The agenda is as follows:
Presented by Doug Hubbard (EPRI) and Michael Beck (AEP), is open to all ENERUM 2022 attendees.
August 1st | 1:00 to 5:00P | C160B
Boiler / HRSG Optimization Workshop
The EPRI Boiler / HRSG Workshop will occur Tuesday morning, August 2nd from 9:00A to Noon in room C160B. Workshop will review ongoing research and activities in the EPRI Program 214 Boiler Life and Availability Improvement along with ongoing research and activities in the EPRI Program 218 Heat Recovery Steam Generators. We will share information on the DOE research project for the Integrated Boiler Management through Advanced Condition Monitoring and Component Assessment. This project has near real time condition monitoring (life assessment) of a Secondary Superheater Outlet header with ligament cracking. Discussions on EPRI’s recently revamped Boiler Tube Failure Reduction Program (BTFR) document which provides recommendations for implementing a successful BTFR program within a company or plant. Finally, there will be a “roundtable” Q&A session with EPRI team and meeting attendees.
Presented by EPRI's own Bill Carson, Stan Rosinski and Kent Coleman along with Dave King from DK Engineering Services. Event is open to all ENERUM 2022 attendees.
August 2nd | 9:00A to 12:00P | C160B
Steam Turbine Failure Modes &
This EN Engineering led course provides each delegate with a applied review of the most common turbine failure modes. The course will also offer best practices and maintenance considerations for flexible operation which typically includes more cycling, lower minimum loads, and greater capacity ratings. All modules are supplemented with current case studies demonstrating the applied techniques. Eligible for professional certifications.
Steam Turbine Failure Modes and Troubleshooting
Course is designed for plant maintenance and operations personnel, consultants, loss control engineers, equipment OEMs and central staff responsible for fossil, nuclear and combined cycle plant reliability. Presenters are Tom Reid and Matt Scoffone in room C160B.
August 3rd | 8:00A to 12:00P | C160B