eRecip Lean reciprocating compressor sizing
Sponsored by: HOERBIGER
- Natural Gas
Date: 12 December
Days to go: 21
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Compressor design and economic calculation
New petrochemical, natural gas and refining plants are designed with ever-larger capacities, while investment budgets remain squeezed. Reciprocating compressors are key to the technical and financial performance of these new facilities, so poor design of compressor systems can make projects economically unfeasible.
In this webinar you will get an exclusive look at how to use eRecip to carry out lean sizing of reciprocating compressors and so reduce investment costs. We will use case studies to show why today’s operators prefer lean designs and how this both improves reliability and cuts energy consumption.
Traditional design methods leave some important questions unanswered. Will the compressor be limited to its current application? What will be the future cost of operation of compressor control as from start of run to end of run? eRecip lets you assess your options for multiple operating conditions and calculates the total cost over the compressor’s lifetime.
Join us for this exciting and informative webinar to find out how to make your compressor project economically viable.
Head of compression solutions
From 1999 to 2014, Hervé Ferraris made HOERBIGER a global player in compressor assessment and upgrades, helping to raise the reliability and efficiency of many strategic compressors. Since 2014, he has coordinated HOERBIGER’s activities at the design stage of components and control systems for new compressors, and initiated the development of eRecip.
Hervé graduated in electrical engineering from the HEI engineering school in Lille, France.
Business Analyst, Research & Development
Lydia joined HOERBIGER in 2016 as a Business Analyst and Project Manager, first in IT and later in R&D. Since 2018, among many other projects, she has managed eRecip and taken the lead in new functionalities such as the REE (“reliability, efficiency, environmental soundness”) program and the HydroCOM stepless compressor capacity control system.
Lydia holds a bachelor’s degree in mechatronics and robotics, and a master’s in international business and engineering.
Key Learning Objectives
- Lean sizing of reciprocating compressors
- Understanding the lifecycle cost of compressor control
- How to reduce investment cost through specification of compressor components
- How to check different operating conditions
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