The DRG lectures are an annual series of lectures for stress and mechanical engineers in The Netherlands. The lectures are a platform to discuss technical subjects and are followed by a reception to continue the discussion on an informal level.
The lectures are open to all stress and mechanical engineers at no cost. Drinks are included.
The lectures will start at 16:00 hours and last till approximately 18:00 hours.
The DRG Lectures will be given at The Manhattan Hotel Rotterdam.
The Manhattan Hotel Rotterdam
3012 CN Rotterdam
T: +31 10 430 2000
The Manhattan Hotel is located opposite the Rotterdam Centraal railway station. For directions please go to The Manhattan Hotel website.
Since 2007, DRG has hosted a large number of lectures for an audience of stress and mechanical engineers. With around four lectures a year, many subjects have been presented and have often been followed-up by a lively discussion during the informal drinks afterwards.
The latest lectures are found below and an overview of lectures of previous years can be viewed here. If available, the lecture notes can be downloaded, or – for the more recent lectures – the lecture can be viewed online.
All previous lectures and more are also available on our YouTube channel.
The 3rd DRG Conference in the Netherlands on Flow Problems in Oil & Gas Industry was held September 23rd 2015.
During the morning training sessions two groups gained basic insight in the use of HELYX® CFD and our in-house software package BOSfluids®. In the afternoon five presentation were given covering a broad spectrum of fluid flow problems related to multiphase flow assurance, pressure surges in pipelines and flow induced vibrations, etc.
The presentations can be viewed here.
Speaker: Richard Fawcett of Dynaflow Research Group
In this lecture a range of transient effects will be introduced. It will be shown why they occur and what their effect on a stress analysis is. A number of typical projects conducted by DRG will be used to demostrate how these transient effects can be included in a stress analysis.