Steam Advanced Meter Workshop
This steam advanced meter training will inform and communicate cutting-edge steam meter selection, installation, and strategies to the audience. The course content addresses specifying, installing, starting up, and troubleshooting various steam metering systems. The subject matter is customized to a target audience consisting of facility, energy, and maintenance engineers/managers of select federal facilities, buildings, and infrastructure in which steam is a primary energy fuel.
The instructor, Thomas Keel, is a mechanical engineer with over 20 years of technical experience in flow measurement research, product development, calibration, and testing. Affiliated with numerous professional engineering societies, notably the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (SAME), the American Gas Association Transmission Measurement Committee, the Instrument Society of American amongst others, Keel is experienced and knowledgeable in gas and liquid flow meter technologies and applications. He has performed numerous technical assignments ranging from development of flow products, to calibration and testing services to engineering analysis of gas production using orifice and turbine meters. He has also contributed to flow measurements standards (AGA, API, SAME).
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