Date: November 8, 2017
Venue: Energiforsk office, Olof Palmes gata 31, Stockholm
What is Vibrations?
The Vibrations R&D program aims at reducing vibration problems in nuclear power plants. This is obtained through an increased knowledge on measurement, analysis and mitigation of vibrations in key components in the nuclear power plant. Our focus areas are vibrations in piping, turbines/generators and emergency diesel generator systems. More information about the program, published reports etc. are found here. The documentation from the Vibrations in nuclear applications seminar 2016 is found here.
Call for presentations
Have you performed a project focused on turbine and generator vibrations that you would like to present at our seminar? The presentations should focus on results from projects on for example measurements, modelling, mapping etc. Please describe your presentation in about ½ page and submit the description to firstname.lastname@example.org at the latest by the 31st of August.
Seminar on November 8
The seminar will be a full day event followed by a mingle dinner. Please save the date, the final program for the seminar will be published in the fall. Registration for the seminar is open, you are welcome to sign up here at the latest by October 30. The number of participants is limited to 30.
The steering group of the Vibrations R&D program/ Monika Adsten, Energiforsk