Air Pollution Control Equipment Manufacturers Association (APCEMA) APCEMA of Australia is the national body representing the interests of companies involved in the dust and fume control industry. APCEMA was formed in 1987 to provide a technical expertise resource for governments and industry, and to enhance the skills of designers, users and specifiers of air pollution control equipment.
Cooling Technology Institute The Cooling Technology Institute is a non-profit, self-governing technical association. It is dedicated to improvement in technology, design, performance and maintenance of evaporative heat transfer systems. In addition, water and air pollution have always been and will continue to be of prime concern to CTU and its members.
Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) EIC is an association of over 200 environmental technology equipment and services suppliers that works to promote constructive cooperation between the regulated, the regulators, and the UK’s environmental technology suppliers who serve them.
Machinery Information Management Open Systems Alliance (MIMOSA) The alliance consists of end-users and vendors who are interested in promoting open, network-able computerized machinery information systems. A major focus is to provide recommendations and conventions to unify machinery data taken from digital control systems, condition monitoring systems, computerized maintenance management systems, and operational logs in order to provide companies with the ability to create comprehensive machine information.
National Information Center for Reliability Engineering, University of Maryland Supported in part by the Center for Reliability Engineering, University of Maryland at College Park, and IEEE Reliability Society. Links are provided to frequently asked questions, tools, standards and handbooks, news items, employment opportunities, educational resources, professional societies, hot topics, and reliability research
National Research Council Canada Canada’s national aerospace laboratory undertakes research and development in matters affecting the design, manufacture, performance, use and safety of gas turbine engines.
Society for Machinery Failure Prevention The Society provides the mechanism for effective interchange of technical information among segments of the scientific and engineering communities in order to gain a better understanding of the processes of mechanical failures
Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE) STLE works to advance the knowledge and application of the science of lubrication engineering and tribology. Its mission is to advance the science of tribology and the practice of lubrication engineering in order to foster innovation, improve the performance of equipment and products, conserve resources, and protect the environment.
Turbine Cowboy A website for GE Field Engineering Program (FEP) graduates and other field engineers working in power generation.