Adapting Pumping Systems for an era of limited and expensive power (International Pump U)

Venue: MTN Expo Centre

Location: Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Event Date/Time: Sep 13, 2011 End Date/Time: Sep 15, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 28, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Jun 29, 2011
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IPUC 2011 - Call for papers






















INTERNATIONAL
PUMP USER CONFERENCE







Johannesburg, South Africa. 13-15 September 2011

CPD Accredited






FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS




ADAPTING PUMPING SYSTEMS FOR AN ERA OF LIMITED AND EXPENSIVE POWER


















In the past pumping systems were designed taking into account the old realities of abundant and relatively cheap electricity.
Production stability and reliability was king. Now power supply is limited, unreliable and increasingly expensive. IPUC 2011 will focus on latest
developments around the world designed to address this new environment and how to modify existing systems without incurring a crippling financial burden.
Particular emphasis will be placed on the utilities – water and electricity – where the World in general and Africa in particular,
face impending crises of supply and infrastructure failure, with vast implications for health and quality of life.









IPUC 2011 is proudly hosted by Harry Rosen of TAS, in association with the South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIMechE).
It is the leading pump conference in South Africa focused on the mining, petrochemical, industrial, bulk water and waste water industries.
In this two day conference, leading experts both international and local will share their wealth of knowledge and experience on pumping systems,
and present papers on tried and tested solutions as well as effective problem solving techniques using the latest technology.

 


















The target audience will be pump manufacturers, plant engineers, consulting engineers, maintenance managers, mine managers, production managers and project managers. The conference is held in conjunction with the Afriwater Water and Waste Exhibition which will showcase the latest products and services available in the pump industry.












Call for Papers

IPUC 2011 invites authors and presenters to submit papers for presentation

Abstracts need to be submitted via email and should be between 300 – 400 words. Biographical sketches should be in paragraph form and limited to 100 words. Authors are invited to join us for the 2 day conference at no cost.


Papers will be accepted on any topics relevant to the theme of the conference, and could include case studies. The following selection criteria will apply:


  • Quality of the contents

  • Originality of the subject material

  • Focus on application experience

  • Informative to a wide audience

  • Tie-in with the conference subject nature

  • Technical nature, i.e. non-commercial


The deadline for abstracts is 28 February 2011. Authors will be notified as to whether or not their proposed presentation has been accepted. Complete papers are due by 31 May 2011.











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Enquiries:
Veriza Smith
IPUC Organising Committee
Tel: +27 (0) 11 325 0686
Cell: +27 (0)83 553 9895
Fax: +27 (0)11 325 0488
Email: info@ipuc.co.za
www.ipuc.co.za


























Venue

Nasrec Road
Johannesburg
Gauteng
South Africa
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Additional Information

2 Day Pump Conference: $1,100 1 Day Water Conference: $470 1 Day Workshop: $590

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