The Vibration Institute will conduct the 2014 Annual Training Conference in San Antonio, TX on June 11-1 3 , 2014 at The Historic Menger Hotel. San Antonio is second only to Houston as Texas's most populated city, and is big in every way. From the Missions to the Hill Country, San Antonio offers many things that range from major theme parks to the River Walk lined with restaurants, patios, galleries and shops – it is a city filled with culturally significant arts, history, museums and architecture.
The 2014 Annual Training Conference will provide attendees with training and education in practical vibration te ch nology and networking opportunities – it is THE place for the vibration community to meet annually.
The 2014 Training Conference emphasizes the use of basic, intermediate and advanced techniques to achieve an outstanding predictive maintenance program. Identification, analysis, and correction techniques including balancing and alignment are just some of the topics that will be presented. Techniques used in vibration analysis, basic rotor dynamics, operating deflection shapes, time waveform analysis, machine isolation, and machine monitoring are stressed.
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New – Conference Concurrent Session Tracks!
To better meet the educational needs of all of the conference attendees the 2014 Annual Training Conference will have concurrent sessions by industry including:
Academic (Thursday, June 12 only)
Certified Vibration Analysts, members, vendors and other stakeholders are welcome to submit an abstract for the 2014 Annual Training Conference by Janury 31, 2014.
Additionally there will be two pre-conference workshops on Tuesday, June 10, an opening keynote presentation, Invited Paper, networking receptions, and more. The 2014 Annual Training Conference brochure and agenda will be available, and online registration open, on March 3, 2014.
2014 Exhibit Hall
The 2014 Annual Training Conference will include an Exhibit Hall where vendors will have equipment on-hand for conducting condition-based monitoring using vibration analysis, thermography, oil analysis, and ultrasound. The exhibits provide attendees an overview of the technology available for the effective operation of a predictive maintenance program within their organization.
For more information contact the Vibration institute at (630) 654-2254 or firstname.lastname@example.org.