On-Demand Webinar

Solving Vibrations In A Two-Phase Process Line

In this webinar, Frank Bos, partner at Dynaflow Research Group, provides a comprehensive overview of flow-induced vibrations caused by two-phase flow, its mechanism, and practical engineering approaches to mitigate its impact.

During this session, you’ll gain a better understanding of flow-induced vibrations caused by two-phase flow, examining the main excitation mechanisms and their interaction with piping systems. Moreover, you will gain a deeper understanding of various flow regimes and the factors influencing slug flow formation.

Key learnings:

  • Understanding the classification of flow-induced vibrations
  • Insight into different flow regimes and their implications for piping systems.
  • Practical engineering approaches for designing resilient piping systems.
  • Techniques for monitoring, measuring, and analyzing flow-induced vibrations during operation.
  • Real-life case study illustrating the application of mitigation strategies.

This session is for:

  • Mechanical engineers
  • Piping design engineers
  • Maintenance engineers
  • Professionals involved in process piping systems in industries such as oil and gas, petrochemicals, power generation, and chemical processing.
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This session is led by Frank Bos, Partner at Dynaflow Research Group, together with our expert team of engineers.