Overview: This session will focus on power transfer, static electricity on machinery, and electrical usage by electronic currency.
Audience: Plant and managers and engineers; manufacturing/ electrical/plant/process production/ energy/engineers, engineers and directors, policy makers. In addition, the general public will find interest as cyber currency continues to grow.
Overview: This session will provide some tools for mechanical engineers and include presentations on finite element methods; sealing components: and gears and reducers.
Audience: Manufacturing/mechanical design/civil/production/process/energy engineers; plant maintenance technicians and managers; equipment purchasers; production managers and directors, policy makers.
Overview: This session will focus on the past (the Great Lakes), the present (subsurface sampling) and the future (emerging contaminants). The presentations include Lake Ontario lake level management; emerging contaminants in our environment; and geophysics as a means of exploring the earth beneath us.
Audience: Structural/civil/site/environmental/ water treatment/chemical/municipal/geotechnical engineers, chemists, and officials,
Overview: This session will highlight two notable public projects in Western New York: The Peace Bridge in Buffalo, and the Rochester Skate Park. The session also takes a step back into the preliminary planning stage with a presentation on Rochester’s Complete Streets program
Audience: Civil/structural/construction/transportation/geotechnical/municipal engineers. planners, the general public.
Overview: This session will focus on those areas of commercial facility management that is largely hidden from the public, yet noticeable when problems arise: equipment vibrations, indoor air quality, and pavement maintenance.
Audience: As we emerge from this once-in-a-lifetime pandemic and begin to once again fill our facilities and parking lots, this presentation will be of interest to health and safety officers, equipment mechanics, civil/HVAC/structural/electrical engineers, building owners, and the general public.
Overview: This session will address code requirements in specific areas of building facilities, fire protection systems, and energy use.
Audience: Civil/mechanical/electrical engineers, code enforcement officials, contractors ,facility managers, and building owners.
Registration is open to anyone. You will need your NYS PE license # to register (or put N/A if not a PE). No guest registrations are allowed so you need to sign up individually!
If you need to change a session choice you will need to contact Lynne Irwin at RES, email@example.com or call and leave a message at 585-254-2350.
If you have any questions or need help contact Lynne Irwin at firstname.lastname@example.org or therochesterengineer@gmail (or 585-254-2350 and she will return your call).
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