PEPSE Training Overview

Inperson or Virtual

February 6-9, 2024



PEPSE is Curtiss-Wright's predictive, energy balance software that has been used in the power industry for decades, and is the industry's standard. If you want to learn PEPSE from the experts, it is well advised to participate in this Curtiss-Wright PEPSE Seminar, as no one else can provide the same level of expertise.

This seminar covers the PEPSE basics through the advanced features used for modeling, and plant studies. You will have the benefit of the following Seminar takeaways:

  • Understanding of all the PEPSE basics, plus all of the advanced features while sharing experiences

  • Workshops including many hands-on exercises solidifying all the principles learned in the class

  • Proficiency in using all the Special Options for improving productivity in PEPSE's use

  • Instructor support to real-world studies addressing your plant specific issues: 

- Plant cycle modifications

- Taking equipment out of service

- Condenser studies (back pressure effects, circulating water temperature, tube plugging, etc.)

- Equipment modification or replacement studies

- Developing correction curves

- Modeling dump and bypass valves

  • Performing sensitivity studies to develop performance curves and trend changes over operating ranges

  • Building and tuning PEPSE models (existing and new)

"Who Should Attend?"

Engineers and others involved in the performance evaluation, or design of steam and gas power plants. If you are a PEPSE user, potential PEPSE user, former PEPSE user, or just want to learn all the aspects of this powerful energy balance software package, this is the seminar for you.

Get the theory and hands-on experience in using all of PEPSE's features from our expert PEPSE staff including Greg Alder, Scott Nedrow, and Justin Strupp, P.E. 

PEPSE training registrants should have a working knowledge of power plant operations and the plant thermal cycle.


$3,295 per person

Payment must be made prior to the Seminar

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