Pump & Turbo 2021 Publications Calendar
- August 2020: TPS 2021 Call for Papers open
- January 8, 2021: Abstract Deadline
- June 14, 2021: Full manuscripts, short course titles, authors and outlines due
- Early September 2021: Final, monitor-approved manuscripts and author forms due
A Lecture is a presentation of a technical paper detailing innovative turbomachinery or reciprocating compressor technology or methodology. The work should clearly state the advantage/impact on operational equipment for the practicing engineer. A lecture presentation is 45 minutes long consisting of 30 to 40 minutes of presentation reserving at least 5 minutes for questions and discussion. The lecture paper will be published as a part of the proceedings. End-user participation in the lecture is encouraged.
A Tutorial is a mini short course/workshop presenting a specific technical topic. It is a teaching process directed at the practicing engineer. Presenters are encouraged to bring in equipment for hands-on instruction. Tutorials are allocated 90 minutes and consist of 70 to 80 minutes of presentation reserving at least 10 minutes for questions and discussion. Authors are required to create a tutorial paper and presentation. The tutorial paper will be published as a part of the proceedings.
A Short Course is a full-day training session presented concurrently with other short courses on the first day of the Symposia. Short Courses run from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm with a 75-minute luncheon and two 30-minute breaks. Please submit a detailed abstract, including a course philosophy and goal, an outline, and a written summary of who the audience is and what they will learn. The short course presentation will be distributed as a pdf file and hard copy to the registrants of the short course only.
A Case Study is a short informational presentation describing the successful implementation of established technology or methodology to solve a real-world problem. Case studies concisely relate a Problem, its Solutions, and the Lessons Learned. Each invited case study is allocated 20 minutes and consists of up to 15 minutes for the presentation reserving at least 5 minutes for questions and discussion. End-user participation in the case study is strongly encouraged. The case study will be published as a part of the proceedings in PDF format.