ASME Oregon Section: Cavitation: Cool Bubbles in the Life of a Geek
January 26 6:00PM - January 26 8:00PM, 2021
26 January 6:00 - 26 January 8:00, 2021
A lighthearted look at the world of Cavitation (vapor bubbles formed at low pressures). Fun? Really?? Yes, Pete thinks so and wants to share his excitement with you. This presentation is slightly technical, but mostly full of fun stuff. There will be some demos, review some history, chuckle at some cartoons and finally, play with some beer. What could be more fun during a pandemic?? This presentation is open to any and all (engineer or not -there is only one page with equations)! Pete’s fascination of fluid dynamics started at an early age and it has developed into his career. Pete holds a BS and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University. He has been an engineer for DNV GL, Graco Inc, Parker Hannifin, and now the Hyster-Yale Group. Major (i.e. fun) projects have included developing a pumping system for 55-gallon-drum hot melt adhesives, multiple spray paint guns, gasoline dispensing valves, diesel emission systems, and now hydrogen fuel cells. He holds two patents and has been an ASME member for 25+ years. Join us!
Venue & Location
Virtual event / Time zone: PST
ASME Oregon Section - Portland, OR, USA
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