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Robert C. Eisenmann, Sr. President of Wilpat, Inc. In conjunction with Sulzer Turbo Services Proudly Offer an Updated Machinery Educational Seminar: Machinery Malfunction Diagnosis and Correction January 28 - February 1, 2013 Résumé Mr. Eisenmann willingly shares over 47 years of industrial knowledge and experience. He has dealt with process machinery throughout his engineering career as follows: 1964 - 1972: Shell Oil and Northern Petrochemical operating plant work in design, construction, startup, operations, and maintenance. 1972 - 1976 machinery consulting work with Dow Industrial, followed by Endevco. 1976 - 1981: Bently Nevada as Senior Field Engineer 1981 - 1984: Bently Nevada as V.P. of World Wide Sales & Service. 1985 - 2000: Founded & managed consulting company Machinery Diagnostics, Inc. 2000 - 2007: Sulzer as Principal Mechanical Engineer for field troubleshooting, vibration analysis, plus rotordynamic calculations and evaluation. 2007 - 2010: GE Energy as Director of Global Machinery Diagnostics Services. 2010 to Present: Wilpat, Inc. devoted to training in machinery diagnosis. Author of multiple lectures and papers in addition to the text Machinery Malfunction Diagnosis and Correction. Retired registered Professional Engineer in Illinois, Nevada, and Texas. A lifetime member of ASME, NSPE. Mechanical engineering graduate of Illinois Institute of Technology. Course Topics • Dynamic motion fundamentals • Transducer characteristics • Machinery mechanical characteristics • Machinery modeling • Dynamic signal characteristics • Data acquisition and processing • Common malfunctions • Unique malfunctions • Mechanical corrections: rotor balancing • Mechanical corrections: machinery alignment Summary This 4½ day event represents a unique opportunity to examine the three fundamental aspects for solving machinery problems; including the Machinery configuration, the use of rotordynamic Modeling to predict behavior, and the application of proper Measurements to document the actual vibration response. As demonstrated in this course, the interrelationship of these characteristics expedites problem diagnosis, followed by the implementation of appropriate corrective procedures. Basic engineering concepts are expanded to explain this technology in understandable terms, and multiple case histories are presented. This course is based on the book Machinery Malfunction Diagnosis and Correction – Vibration Analysis and Troubleshooting for the Process Industries by Robert C. Eisenmann, Sr., & Robert C. Eisenmann, Jr.

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  • Robert C. Eisenmann, Sr.President of Wilpat, Inc.

    In conjunction withSulzer Turbo Services

    Proudly Offer an Updated Machinery Educational Seminar:

    Machinery Malfunction Diagnosis and Correction

    January 28 - February 1, 2013

    Rsum Mr. Eisenmann willingly shares over 47 years of industrial knowledge and experience. He has dealt with process machinery throughout his engineering career as follows:

    1964 - 1972: Shell Oil and Northern Petrochemical operating plant work in design, construction, startup, operations, and maintenance.

    1972 - 1976 machinery consulting work with Dow Industrial, followed by Endevco.

    1976 - 1981: Bently Nevada as Senior Field Engineer 1981 - 1984: Bently Nevada as V.P. of World Wide

    Sales & Service. 1985 - 2000: Founded & managed consulting company

    Machinery Diagnostics, Inc. 2000 - 2007: Sulzer as Principal Mechanical Engineer

    for field troubleshooting, vibration analysis, plus rotordynamic calculations and evaluation.

    2007 - 2010: GE Energy as Director of Global Machinery Diagnostics Services.

    2010 to Present: Wilpat, Inc. devoted to training in machinery diagnosis.

    Author of multiple lectures and papers in addition to the text Machinery Malfunction Diagnosis and Correction.

    Retired registered Professional Engineer in Illinois, Nevada, and Texas.

    A lifetime member of ASME, NSPE. Mechanical engineering graduate of Illinois Institute

    of Technology.

    Course Topics Dynamic motion fundamentals Transducer characteristics Machinery mechanical characteristics Machinery modeling Dynamic signal characteristics Data acquisition and processing Common malfunctions Unique malfunctions Mechanical corrections: rotor balancing Mechanical corrections: machinery alignment

    SummaryThis 4 day event represents a unique opportunity to examine the three fundamental aspects for solving machinery problems; including the Machinery configuration, the use of rotordynamic Modeling to predict behavior, and the application of proper Measurements to document the actual vibration response. As demonstrated in this course, the interrelationship of these characteristics expedites problem diagnosis, followed by the implementation of appropriate corrective procedures. Basic engineering concepts are expanded to explain this technology in understandable terms, and multiple case histories are presented. This course is based on the book Machinery Malfunction Diagnosis and Correction Vibration Analysis and Troubleshooting for the Process Industries by Robert C. Eisenmann, Sr., & Robert C. Eisenmann, Jr.

  • To register or obtain more information, please contact Bob Eisenmann directly at:

    10814 Cornwall LaneMissouri City, Texas 77459

    Tel: (281) 778-8531 Cell: (281) 658-3533 Fax (281) 778-3564

    E-mail: [email protected]

    Seminar Registration Fee: $2,350.00

    Use the following link to submit the seminar registration form:http://www.wilpat.biz

    In addition to Checks, and Purchase Orders, we also accept:

    AttendanceEngineers and technicians involved in design, operation, or maintenance of rotating equipment. Participants should have some direct field experience with rotating machinery. A Bachelors degree or equivalent knowledge of basic college-level mathematics would be helpful. For a developing machinery engineer, this seminar provides an excellent introduction into the field of rotating machinery problem solving. For an experienced engineer, this course provides additional perspectives into methodologies for solving equipment problems.

    Seminar LocationSulzer Turbo Services11518 Old La Porte RoadLa Porte, Texas 77571

    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Monday - Thursday)8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Friday)

    Course Deliverables Hard copy binder of all seminar presentations

    CD Rom containing the following information: Contents of all PowerPoint presentations Complete PDF copy of the book Machinery

    Malfunction Diagnosis and Correction Microsoft Excel spreadsheets of useful

    machinery engineering calculations

    Four separate shop tours through the Sulzer Turbo Services facility in La Porte, TX

    Morning and afternoon breaks to include lunch