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Welcome to IDGTE
Our mission is to serve our members and the industry by encouraging the sharing of knowledge and advancing the design, development, manufacture, application, operation and maintenance of reciprocating internal combustion engines, gas turbines and their related fields. We strive to be the place where all involved in the power and engine industries can develop their knowledge in the field of diesel engines, gas engines, gas turbines and related technologies.
You are invited to be part of IDGTE. Join a unique professional organisation dedicated to your industry and extend your Continuous Professional Development (CPD) by participating in IDGTE meetings, technical visits and networking opportunities.
2018 TECHNICAL PAPERS PROGRAMME
It is intended that the programme includes topics of interest to our membership and the industry worldwide. In 2018 we plan to continue delivering high quality papers days as well as our seminars and conferences. The theme of these events will include current and topical subjects relevant to members, plant users and today’s reciprocating engine and gas turbine industries.
We invite you to send in your ideas and get involved in the organisation of these events. You are invited to propose papers for consideration.
Your help is welcome and needed. To be part of the programme please contact IDGTE Bedford office with your comments now.
UK ENGINEERING 2016
In March 2016 ICE, IET and IMechE commissioned John Uff QC to lead a review of UK professional
engineering. In response the three institutions have agreed to put in place five work streams. These are:
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IDGTE needs people to volunteer to take on various very rewarding tasks that open opportunities for personal development and achievement of CPD.
If would like to become an IDGTE Ambassador please contact IDGTE Bedford office.
29 & 30 September 2018
A weekend social event in Wales has been organised based around visiting the Internal Fire Museum of Power at Tanygroes near Cardigan.
The event programme is based on two previous successful IDGTE weekend visits to the same location over the past decade. The event starts with a trip on the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway and can conclude with a visit to the National Trust property at Llanerchaeron.
TECHNOLOGY SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS
As promised, please find below links for pdfs of the presentations given at this year's technology seminar:
Andrew Moseley, Chevron
Phil Hatherley, Siemens
Don Wootton, Spectro | Jet-
Malcolm Bull, Ricardo UK Ltd, Shoreham Technical Centre
REVIVAL OF IDGTE OPERATIONAL REPORT
As announced IDGTE has formed a team to prepare the 2018 Annual Operational Report since we realise how important this report is to all our members. An announcement has previously been sent out to members with the Power Engineer. Ronald Hunt has agreed to head up a team leading the revival of report and all assistance will be welcomed.
We have made excellent progress and are greatly encouraged by the returns already submitted. Past Contributors are asked to URGENTLY send their return and assist us to have a report prepared and issued by the end of 2018. Potential contributors are asked if it will be possible to provide data for additional years. IDGTE is keen to have the report cover all generating plant including reciprocating engines, gas turbines, combined cycle plants and conventional steam plant.
An updated return is now available with a Renewables tab and all contributors are invited to include a Renewables report as appropriate.
IDGTE Gas Turbines Papers Day, University of Lincoln
Tuesday 6 November 2018
Current Developments and Development and History of Industrial Gas Turbines
10.00am Registration and networking – Tea/coffee
10.30am Paper by MAN -
11.30am Paper by Siemens Recent Developments in Industrial Gas Turbines
1.00pm Paper by Ronald Hunt -
2.30pm Tea/coffee break
3.00pm Tour of Siemens International Training Centre (Includes examples of Siemens and Rolls Royce gas turbines used for training)
Attendance at this event is being limited to 45 persons and it is therefore important that all wishing to attend register prior to the event. If you wish to register please e:mail email@example.com or telephone 01234 214340.