3rd annual Middle East Turbomachinery Symposium to be held February 2015
Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station’s Turbomachinery Laboratory is organizing the 3rd annual Middle East Turbomachinery Symposium (METS 2015), which will be held Feb. 16-18, 2015, in Doha, Qatar. Short courses will also be held Feb. 15 in conjunction with the event.
The symposium was launched in 2011, and in previous years the event attracted more than 1,000 attendees and 60 exhibiting companies representing up to 27 countries. METS 2015 will feature a world‐class educational forum for turbomachinery engineers with a total of eight discussion groups, 10 tutorials, 12 lectures and 18 case studies on various topics such as liquefied natural gas, wet gas, vibration, gas turbines, surge and cavitation. Technical sessions will also cover topics on maintenance, design and troubleshooting, as well as short case studies describing in‐the‐field problems and their real‐world solutions.
The technical program is being developed and overseen by the METS Technical Advisory Committee, a group comprised of highly respected engineers from both regional and international companies in the industry. Dr. Dara Childs, Turbo Lab director, and Abdulaziz Al‐Naimi, manager (joint Interest) at RasGas, serve as co-chairs of the committee.
METS 2015 will also include a free exhibition for the public Feb. 16-17 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Feb. 18 from 9 a.m. to noon. Information on exhibitor and delegate registration, and a full program, can be found on the event’s website at http://mets.tamu.edu.
Online registration is now open: http://mets.tamu.edu/mets-registration/
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