This course is scheduled for following date:

    24 Aug 2017 - 30 Aug 2017

Pump Technology for Waterworks - Essentials and Applications of Pump

Course duration: 
N/A
Unit: 
Public Sector Capacity Building

The Seminar is intended to inform fundamental approach to planning and design of pumping facilities. In view of more useful knowledge in practical works. Applications of pumping equipment for intake and transfer pump station including operation methods and water hammer phenomena are lectured. Site travel to water pump stations is planed during the seminar. TOPICS COVERED

  1. Application for Waterworks
  2. Essential of Pump Technology
  3. Operation & Control
  4. Water Hammer Phenomena
  5. Energy Saving

A total number of 30 will be invited from government agencies and public sectors, consulting firms and institutions related to pump engineering. To participate in this course, the applicant should take into account his/her academic qualifications, professional experience and likely benefit of the course to the applicant and affiliated organization. Proficiency in English language is essential. Limited numbers of scholarships from the EBARA Hatakeyama Memorial Fund which covers tuition fee and accommodation forforeigners will be offered to qualified applicants from Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Nepali, Thailand and Vietnam. The International/Domestic travel to and from Bangkok and per diem shall be born by each applicant.

The scholarships will be awarded to nominated trainees selected by the Steering Committee consisting of implementing bodies. In the event that a nominee is accepted for the scholarship, he/she will be notifiedaccordingly. 


DATES AND VENUE24 August to 30 August 2017 at AmbassadorHotel Bangkok
CONTACT US :Ms. Worawan Sumroetrum

Senior Program Officer,PSCB, AIT Extension

P.O. Box 4 Klong Luang

Pathumthani 12120Thailand

Tel: +66 2 524 5237Fax: +66 2 524 6332

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