HydroVision International 2010
Datum: 27. – 30.07.2010
Ort: USA, Steiermark
Adresse: Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Join more than 2,500 attendees and over 250 exhibiting companies from around the world for a week of informative hydropower focused meetings, workshops, tours, and extensive conference program and exhibition at HydroVision International 2010 on July 27-30 in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.
This dynamic week-long event brings together a broad range of global hydro professionals with environmental, technical, social and regulatory perspectives to gain better understanding of current trends and issues affecting hydro and discuss future development options for the hydropower sector.
SAVE $150 – EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS JUNE 15, 2010!
As you register, please consider signing up for one or more of the related activities occurring Monday and Tuesday prior to the start of the HydroVision conference on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. In fact, we’ve just added one more to the list:
The following workshop was inadvertently left out of the Pre-Conference Guide. Please note this additional workshop in your agenda during the conference!
VibroSystM Machine Condition Monitoring Workshop
Monday, July 26 : : 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
This workshop, designed for power generation personnel (utility and IPP decision makers, plant managers, engineers, and O&M personnel), will feature discussions on monitoring issues, as well as operation and maintenance problems, observed on hydroelectric machines. Participants will learn the importance of air gap monitoring and how it provides users with a comprehensive analysis and diagnostic of their machines. Based on more than 20 years of data gathering, VibroSystM’s experts and customers will present case studies and papers from projects around the world, featuring: shaft and stator winding vibration, stator core/windings and rotor temperature, blade tip clearance monitoring, and other innovative technologies.
HydroVision International provides a unique learning experience for hydro professionals of every level. And our 2010 line up of Pre-Conference Workshops and Briefings – 12 in all – promises to deliver!