Impact Of Electrical Noise On The Torsional Response Of VFD Compressor Trains

John A.||Muench Kocur
He has worked in the turbomachinery field for 28 years. In his current capacity, he provides support to the downstream, upstream and chemical business within ExxonMobil with expertise on vibrations, rotor/thermo dynamics and health monitoring of rotating equipment. Prior to joining EMRE, he held the position of Manager of Product Engineering and Testing at Siemens Demag Delaval Turbomachinery. There Dr. Kocur directed the development, research, engineering and testing of the compressor and
more » ... turbine product lines. He has also held positions with Pratt & Whitney and Amoco Corporation. Dr. Kocur received his BSME (1978), MSME (1982) and Ph.D. (1991) from the University of Virginia and an MBA (1981) from Tulane University. He has authored papers on rotor instability and bearing dynamics, lectured on hydrostatic bearings, has sat as a committee chairman for NASA Lewis and is a member of ASME. Currently, he holds positions within API as 617 vice-chair, 684 chair and SOME Steering Committee chair.
doi:10.21423/r19d2z fatcat:rix3fi5w4rcnvkrmwbtxeirn3i