Engineers are invited to ASME International Gas Turbine's Gas Turbine Users Symposium (GTUS) at the 2004 Power-Gen International conference in Orlando. The conference, being held (Nov. 30 to Dec. 2) will deliver training and information to engineers and other professionals who operate and maintain industrial gas turbines and aero-engine systems. In addition, four pre-conference workshops are being offered on such subjects as Gas Turbine Fundamentals, Gas Turbine Pollutant Emissions Fundamentals, and Gas Turbine Repair and Metallurgy Techniques. For more info, go to www.asme.org/igti.
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