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ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS!

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Join us in our May meeting!

"Data Analysis & Predictive Maintenance for Wind Turbines"

Thursday, May 16th

 

SPEAKER:
Simon Bao
Fleet Analysis Regional Lead
E.ON Climate & Renewables

TOPIC SUMMARY:

This presentation will be an overview of the Renewable Energy Industry with emphasis on wind turbines. After looking at wind turbines from a high level, the presentation will focus on data analysis of the turbines and the methods of monitoring and performance evaluation. Simon will then discuss predictive maintenance of wind turbines and how the data would dictate the schedule.

SPEAKER'S BIOGRAPHY:

Simon Bao holds M.Sc. of Manufacturing Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology and B.S. of Mechanical Engineering/Business Administration from Tianjin University at China. He has been working in oil & gas and renewable energy industry, focused on mechanical engineering design and analysis. As a certified vibration analyst (CAT IV), Simon had led projects of conducting advanced fault/condition analysis and solving chronic mechanical problems both on-site and remotely. Simon is leading a team to conduct condition monitoring/predictive maintenance and evaluate performance of wind turbines through data analysis.

Advanced ticket sales  start this week and end at 11:00 pm on Tuesday, May 14thYou can purchase tickets for the event through Brown Paper Tickets.   Regular tickets are $35, students are $15.  Tickets at the door are $50, CASH OR CHECK ONLY.

 

Meeting will be held at:

The Forest Club

9950 Memorial Drive (Near Chimney Rock)

Social Hour: 5:30 pm
Dinner Buffet: 6:15 pm
Presentation: 7:15 pm

 

ASME meetings are open to all. Membership is encouraged but not required to attend. Professional Development Hour (PDH) certificates will be available to participants at the conclusion of the event.

 

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Join ASME South Texas on LinkedIn

 
Our ASME South Texas LinkedIn Group is growing!  We continue to build our membership on today's hottest Professional Network.  We are looking for a few people who would be interested in becoming Admins to help with keeping the site up to date with informative articles on Mechanical Engineering here in Houston.  There is also a Job Board, so as you become aware of positions, please post them up.  This is a great way to become involved and connect with other ASME members in the Houston Area.  Join the conversation today!

Out With the Old, In With the New

 

 ASME South Texas wants your old magazines! ASME South Texas supports High School STEM education through the distribution of Mechanical Engineering Magazines and other technical periodicals.  This program is one of the most popular in the area, as the magazines help inspire future engineers. Your magazines will make a real difference by helping students reach their potential as future engineers! Please bring those magazines to our meetings throughout the year.


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