2011.11 – November

What’s the Buzz? Wake Frequency Calculations and What You Need to Know


Nov 15th.

Jerry Nulton

Summary of Presentation Objectives:

  • Define wake frequency & why it is important in thermowell applications
  • Understand the purpose of a WFC (Wake Frequency Calculation)
  • See the historical issues/frustrations faced by all users
  • Learn about recent changes in the model and calculations
  • Finally, be able to articulate all of this to your staff and/or your customers as you see fit

Jerry Nulton is currently the Senior Sales Engineer in Virginia for Rosemount Measurement, a Division of Emerson Process Management. He has a strong technical and business background with over 30 years of industrial, analytical and process measurement experience. He worked over 19 years at Eastman Kodak (Rochester, NY) as a Process and Analytical Systems Specialist. In 1998 he joined Rosemount Analytical in Upstate New York as a Sales Engineer. Then after one too many snowstorms, Jerry relocated to Virginia Beach in 2000 as a Graphic Systems and Software Specialist for IBM/EMC Documentum Software Products at IKON. After 5 years of successful software and system sales he decided to refocus on his analytical and engineering experience. He then joined Rosemount Measurement in 2005 as a Senior Sales Engineer. Jerry has an AAS in Chemical Engineering from SUNY/Broome Community College and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry with a Minor in Communications from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

     Our meeting place is: We will be meeting at our regular time of 6:00pm at Carini's. No RSVP required (invite a coworker) Beer and food off the menu. Directions to Carini Italian Restaurant click on map below: 

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