12th May 2015 09:00 - 13th May 2015 16:00
PDL are exhibiting at the BVAA Spring Conference next week. The conference is being held at the Celtic Manor in Newport, South Wales and gives members of the valve industry an opportunity to meet with their peers and showcase the latest innovations in valve-related technology.
PDL have supported some of the most technically demanding projects at some of the most notable national and international entities in the valve industry. We provide complementary Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) support to our clients with in-house engineering teams. Over the past 15 years, we have developed an impressive and unrivalled position in the analysis of valve and valve-related applications. Such is PDL’s expertise in the area that our Engineering Director, Alex Roff, will be speaking at the conference.
PDL Engineers have developed a robust and proven analysis methodology that can replicate:
Find examples of our work by visiting our website.
To meet us at the conference or to discuss your engineering requirements, please contact email@example.com
About the BVAA
Established in 1939, the British Valve and Actuator Association represents the interests of over 190 British companies which are responsible for over £1billion sales each year.
The membership is involved in more than 50 different committees whose areas of study cover a wide spectrum on the valve and actuator industry, including the setting of European and International standards, writing codes of practice, establishing industry ground rules and, most importantly, establishing a forum for members to meet with their peers.
Alex Roff CEng MIMechE
PDL's Engineering Director
Posted: 6th May 2015
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