Combustion Stabilization in Reciprocating Engines and Its Impact on Reliability
Legacy reciprocating engines are critical assets to all pipeline companies. The method in which they are monitored and maintained significantly impacts each asset’s overall Reliability and Life Cycle. Combustion stabilization within this equipment has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, extend mean time between failure (MTBF), improve fuel economy and extend useful life.
This course builds on the GMRC Introduction to Internal Combustion Engines course (available on-demand) in which deeper concepts will be explored. Note that attendance at the Intro course is not required but is encouraged for those who are new to combustion engines. Attendees will be educated through presentation, virtual interaction and demonstration by use of a simulator built by the instructor. Join us in exploring a unique perspective on Combustion Stabilization in Natural Gas Reciprocating Engines and the Impact on Reliability.