Join us at the Hilton Embassy Suites, Cincinnati RiverCenter, June 27-28 2017.
Cycle chemistry influences a high percentage of the availability, reliability, and safety issues that conventional fossil and combined cycle plants experience.
This training class will provide attendees with knowledge on how cycle chemistry drives many of the damage mechanisms of the plant equipment, and what can be done to eliminate the problems.
There will be a number of case studies throughout the workshop, including detailed examples on conventional fossil, combined cycle/HRSG and ACC working in small groups.Schedule
June 27th: Workshop opens at 8am and closes at 5pm.
June 28th: Workshop opens again at 8am and closes at 12pm.
Dr. Barry Dooley is a Senior Associate with Structural Integrity Associates specializing in failures in power plants, flow-accelerated corrosion, tube failures, steam turbine damage and failure, and cycle chemistry. Before joining SI he was a Technical Executive, Materials and Chemistry, at EPRI in Palo Alto, California and Charlotte, North Carolina, where he managed the Cycle Chemistry, HRSG, and Materials Programs, as well as managing the Boiler and HRSG Tube Failure Reduction/Cycle Chemistry Improvement and FAC Programs. He wrote and was responsible for the EPRI Cycle Chemistry Guidelines for fossil and combined cycle / HRSG plants. Dr. Dooley received a Bachelor of Engineering with first class honors in Metallurgy from the University of Liverpool and was awarded the Ph.D. degree in Metallurgy from the same university. In 1996, he completed a D.Sc. at the Moscow Power Institute in Russia. Dr. Dooley is the author or co-author of over 290 papers and the editor of 14 international conference proceedings primarily in the areas of metallurgy, power generation, boiler and HRSG tube failures, FAC, cycle chemistry, steam turbine failures, and life extension and assessment of fossil plants. He is co-author of a three volume book on boiler and HRSG tube failures, a two volume book on steam turbine damage mechanisms, and a book on flow-accelerated corrosion in power plants.
|Event Date||June 26th, 2017|
|Event End Date||June 28th, 2017|