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Trey Walters, P.E. to Present to UCCS School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering


Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Research Seminar Series

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., USA,  January 20, 2019 - Applied Flow Technology's President, Trey Walters, P.E. will present "Waterhammer Theory & Applications" as a part of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs MAE Research Seminar Series. The series is a monthly event and is open to any UCCS student and general public members who would like to attend. 

Trey is not foreign to the UCCS campus nor to any other engineering programs within Colorado. A request for Trey to either speak or guest lecture in an engineering class, or campus organizations, is a regular occurrence which Walters enjoys. He is a regular visitor at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, University of Colorado Boulder, and Colorado School of Mines. 

While Trey has worked with waterhammer/surge issues since creating AFT Impulse in the mid-90's. He worked extensively in 2019 to spread education and create awareness on the methods associated with waterhammer and surge analysis. He presented three technical papers at the 2018 ASME PVP conference in Prague, Czech Republic and five technical papers at the distinguished 2018 Pressure Surge Conference in Bordeaux, France. Additionally, he presented a short course on waterhammer at the 2018 Texas A&M University Turbomachinery & Pump Symposium in Houston, Texas USA and has been asked to present at the 2019 conference. Finally, Trey will present at the 2019 Hydraulic Insitute spring conference in Florida USA in February. 

If you would like to attend the UCCS presentation: 

MAE Research Seminar Series 
Topic: Waterhammer theory and application
Dwire Auditorium (DWIRE 121)
Thursday, January 31, 2019
11:00am-12:00pm (MST)
All seminars are open to the public.

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