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ROTATING MACHINES
SYSTEM DYNAMICS
23rd / 24th March, 2015 Delhi | 26th / 27th March, 2015 Mumbai

09th / 10th April, 2015 Chennai

Presented By: Mr. D.B. Kulkarni

Objective Of The Workshop

A. To understand the concept of Rotor Dynamics .


B. To understand the basic principles of shaft
design, coupling selection, bearing selection /
design.
C. To understand the various methods used to
analyse the shaft.
D. To study the process of base frame and support
structure design.
E. To understand the concept of condition
monitoring related to rotating machines.

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ROTATING MACHINES SYSTEM DYNAMICS

Prented by: Who Should Attend This Workshop

This workshop is for Design Engineers engaged in design of


Mr. D. B. KULKARNI rotating machines like Motors, Generators, Compressors, Pumps,
Gear Boxes and other equipments. The workshop will be useful for
the project engineers as well. The program is designed for large
Mr. D B Kulkarni completed his graduation and medium range of machines like motors, generators, pumps,
compressors. The workshop will help the design engineers as well
Mechanical Engineering (B E (Mech)) from Walchand
as project engineers understand the basic principles in rotor
College of Engineering, Sangli during 1978 and post dynamics.
graduation in Mechanical Engineering (M E (Mech))
The rotating machines are used in every industry. Systems of
from Indian Institute of Science Bangalore during
driver and driven machines are used in every industry. The
1980. He has 32 years of experience in the area of systems generally consist of a driver prime mover and a driven
Design of Rotating Machines, Rotor Dynamics and application. Some examples are
Condition Monitoring.
A. A.C. Motor Compressor: Rotary as well as reciprocating
(Fertilizer, Fertilizer and many other industries)
His expertise covers hydrodynamic bearing design, B. A.C. Motor Pump: Water or other uid (Chemical,
static and dynamic analysis of individual rotor as well Irrigation, Power Plants and many other industries)
as coupled rotor systems, CAD, CAE and FEA, Rice C. A.C. Motor Gear Box Mills (Mines)
Milling Machines design and plant design, Small D. A.C. Motor Crusher / Material Handling Equipments
through Belt and pulley
Power Plant design, Erection and Commissioning of
E. I.C. Engine Generator
small Plants Power and Rice Milling. He has solved F. Hydraulic Turbine Generator (Direct or through Gear Box)
various site problems and is an expert in the failure G. Steam / Gas Turbine Generator (Direct or through Gear Box)
analysis of site problems of rotating machines.
All these systems need to be designed considering various
aspects. The main criterion for the design is the Rotor Dynamics
He is a corporate trainer handling various topics analysis. The rotor dynamics include
including Condition monitoring and Value A. Static Analysis
Engineering. B. Dynamic Analysis
a. Flexural Analysis
b. Torsional Analysis
He has worked with M/s Kirloskar Electric Bangalore
for 18 years and 2 and years with M/s Crompton The detailed analysis of the individual as well as coupled rotor
Greaves, Mumbai. He worked in the areas of needs to be carried out to
mechanical design of motors and generators, VE and 1. Check suitability of the coupling
ISO. 2. Avoid resonance condition
3. Avoid excessive stresses
He has worked with M/s GE India for 4 and years at
4. Reduce the vibration Flexural as well as Torsional
JFWTC, Bangalore. He worked in the areas of
modeling and analysis of aircraft engines. This analysis is required to be carried out in case of any coupled
system as the rotor behaviour is affected by
1. Type of coupling used
He has worked with M/s B Fouress Ltd for 5 & years
2. Type of bearing used
at Hoskote, Bangalore. He has worked in the areas of 3. Support structure
mechanical design & stability of Turbine Generator 4. Balance grade and balance procedure followed
system, site support, erection &trouble shooting. 5. The alignment procedure and accuracy

The seminar will discuss the above issues. This discussion will
He has worked with M/s Fowler Westrup, India for 2
include as and when required. Also the participants can present
and years in the area of post harvest machinery. their experience / problems.

This seminar will be thus very useful for


- Product design engineers
- System design engineers
- Project engineers
ROTATING MACHINES SYSTEM DYNAMICS

Introduction

The higher the rotational speeds of the rotating machine, it is more susceptible to vibration. The common myth
is unbalance reason for vibration and balancing is the only solution. However, the smooth and vibration free
operation of a rotating machine depends on various factors. The design of the rotating system is the starting
point. The shaft size, the bearing type and size, the support structure design are some but few other factors.
Similarly the design / analysis of the rotor and the rotating system have various different methods.

Program Schedule for Day-1 & Day-2

Day - 1 Day - 2

1. Introduction to Rotor Dynamics 5. Role of bearing in rotor dynamics and


Bearing selection, design and failures
2. Introduction to vibration, analysis of rotors Detailed discussions on bearing types, selection,
Starting from introduction to vibration lubrication and failures will be covered
theory,
The various types of analysis like exural and 6. Rotating Systems for special applications
Torsional, static and dynamic, individual rotor Discussions on special applications
and combined rotors etc will be covered.
7. Base Frames & Supporting Structure of
3) Principles of Rotor Design Rotating Machines
a. Types of rotors Guidelines for the support and base frame design
b. Response of rotor to unbalance will be covered.
c. Introduction to Balancing of Rotors
d. Introduction to balancing theory Rigid & 8. Erection & Commissioning process of
Flexible Rotating Machines
e. Balancing processes, balance grade and E & C alignment procedures will be covered
balancing machines
Detailed discussions on rotor types, balancing 9. Introduction to condition monitoring of
process and machines, acceptance grades will be rotating machines
covered. Introduction to condition monitoring will be
covered The seminar will discuss various case
4. Coupling selection for rotating systems and studies on large and medium range applications.
coupled rotor systems
Detailed discussions on types of coupling exible Training Methodology
and rigid and its application will be covered
A. The training will be conducted through a power
point presentation.
For Sponsorship opportunities, onsite B. Case studies will be presented.
inquiries & for associating with this event C. The participants will be encouraged to have
question and answer session.
Raj: D. A session will be devoted to discuss the
E-mail: raj@gloint.org
problems faced by the participants.
Tel: +91 22 4039 9215 / 17. E. The course will be spread over 2 session of
approx 2 hours each in the pre-lunch and post
lunch period.
ROTATING MACHINES SYSTEM DYNAMICS
23rd / 24th March, 2015 Delhi | 26th / 27th March, 2015 Mumbai | 09th / 10th April, 2015 Chennai

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approximately 2 weeks before the start of the course. 3:30 pm - 3:45 pm Tea Break
5:00 pm Course Ends
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