WEB HANDLING RESEARCH CENTER OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
Applications Seminar on Web Handling – March 3-5, 2014 – Stillwater, Oklahoma
OVERVIEW: The seminar is a professional development
program of the Web Handling Research Center at Oklahoma State University. It is designed for technical managers, engineers, and technologists seeking understanding of the fundamentals of web handling. Participants will gain an understanding of the methods used in the running and handling of continuous strips of flexible material through process machines.
Major Topics to be presented:
- Definitions & Measurements
- Web Tensioning
- Web-Roller Traction
- Speed & Tension Control
- Converting & Tension
- Basics of Winding & Winding Mechanics
- Web Handling Components
SEMINAR SPEAKERS: Ron Lynch – Mechanical Engineer with 36 years of experience working with webs and web based products. Mr. Lynch was Proctor & Gamble’s representative to the WHRC Industry Advisory Board from 1994 until retirement from P&G. J.K. Good – Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at OSU and a member of the staff of the Web Handling Center. He is an internationally prominent researcher in winding mechanics & web wrinkling. P. Pagilla – Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at OSU and a member of the staff of the Web Handling Research Center. He is a prominent researcher in lateral dynamics and control, and longitudinal dynamics and control.
REGISTRATION: $750.00 includes all supporting materials. Group Discounts available for companies with 3 or more participants
Web Handling Research Center
Wes Watkins Center, Oklahoma State University Campus
Participants who successfully complete this course earn 2 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s)
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND ON-LINE REGISTRATION GO TO http://webhandling.okstate.edu/.