GMRC's Engine Analyzer and Reliability Committee has opened a call for case studies, case problems and short courses for the 2019 GMRC Engine Analyzer and Reliability Workshop. The workshop will take place in San Antonio, Texas, at the J.W. Marriott Hill Country July 15-17, 2019 in conjuncture with Southern Gas Association's Natural Gas Connect. Please see below for further information on the type of presentations we are looking for.
Case Study: The case study presentation showcases a real problem that your company has faced and your company’s implemented solution. Case studies bring valuable information and insight to your colleagues in the industry. Each case study is slotted 30 minutes with at least 5 minutes reserved for questions.
Case Problem: A case problem is an operating condition that your company hasn't been able to fit with a solution and/or you are looking for a better option. By presenting at GMRC's Engine Analyzer and Reliability Workshop you will have access to the combined expertise and years of knowledge from engineers, analysts as well as mechanical personnel. Each case problem is slotted 30 minutes with at least 10 minutes reserved for discussion and questions.
Short Course: A short course is non-commercial technical research presentation. Short courses are slotted up to 2 hours with at least 10 minutes reserved for questions.
Questions? Please contact Colleen Bransford.
This GMRC workshop is designed to meet the needs of analysts, operators, maintenance personnel and engineers who are involved in predictive and preventive maintenance programs throughout the natural gas industry. Presentations that range from basic to advanced will provide participants with a wide range of practical information.
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