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Power Generation and Turbomachinery Systems

 
ABOUT ETM
 

ETM Turbo is a company based in Rio de Janeiro, whose team has extensive experience in energy and turbomachinery.  Our team's experience includes activities in R&D, training and consulting covering all life cycle phases for Power Generation and Turbomachinery Systems.

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"Systems design should follow a multidisciplinary approach..."

ETM ACTIVITIES COVER ALL PHASES OF THE TURBOMACHINERY LIFE CYCLE

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"Our competitive advantage is the professional expertise of our technical staff that can be used in research projects with great potential to bring about innovative solutions and true benefits to the customer."

ETM is a company that has solid ties with national and international institutions, operators, service providers, manufacturers, research centers and universities.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT – R&D

Training portfolio

In-company training program tailored to the needs of our clients.

 

"The training short courses approach includes Case Studies of real life problems related to turbomachinery."

 
 
 
LAST PUBLICATIONS

The oil and gas industry has been historically the platform for the development of rotating machinery technology. The world is now starting a paradigm shift towards a society less dependent on fossil fuels, given the intense pressure for the de-carbonization of the energy, transport and industrial sectors. This paper gives an overview of the main trends that will affect the turbomachinery technology, including design, new applications, and hybridization.

THE ROLE OF TURBOMACHINERY IN THE TRANSITION TO A LOW CARBON SOCIETY 

This paper proposes means for the detection of rotating stall during performance tests ASME PTC 10 TYPE II and proposes criteria to scale the results (amplitude of vibration at the point of inception) to condition in site.

Early Detection of Rotating Stall Phenomena in Centrifugal Compressors by Means of ASME PTC 10 Type 2 Test, 41st Turbomachinery Symposium

This paper describes an updated life cycle cost analysis of the generation system and compression triggers of 5 Campos Basin platforms with configuration proposed by Miranda and Brick (2004), showing operational data collected from these platforms and comparing with data collected from platforms with configurations that were used before the new proposition.

Life Cycle Assessment of Turbomachinery for Offshore Applications – Updated with Field Data. 37th Turbomachinery Symposium