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MD&A Webinars | "Extending Service Life of Gas Turbines Components"

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Vice President Sales & Marketing MD&A

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mechanical Engineering with a Mathematics Minor from Union College.  28 years’ experience working in the power generation industry.  Almost 17 of those years were...

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Typical gas turbine components operate to the OEM recommended useful life.  There are tools available to fully characterize the conditions of these components.  We can then perform our evaluations and determine if they are candidates for a lifetime extension and operate them beyond the OEM established limits.

In this webinar you will learn:

a. We will cover the limiting factors of the industrial gas turbine Hot Gas Path components
b. Typical steps to follow when performing a lifetime extension project
c. Upgrades, modifications, improvements, that can be incorporated to ensure a robust lifetime extension on a component, including advanced coatings.

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Mechanical Dynamics & Analysis (MD&A) provides power generators around the globe with a full-service, OEM-alternative for services, parts, and repairs for Gas Turbines, Steam Turbines and Generators.
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