The Rotating Machinery and Controls (ROMAC) Industrial Program supports cooperative research efforts conducted by faculty, staff, and students in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department and the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Virginia. The ROMAC Industrial Program emphasizes theoretical and experimental research in general areas of rotordynamics, turbomachinery, structural dynamics, magnetic bearings, the application of automatic controls to the dynamics of rotating machinery, internal incompressible flows, the coupling of internal flows to the dynamics of rotating machinery, fluid film bearings, and seals. The interaction between industry and university professionals through the medium of ROMAC provides the university researchers with an understanding of practical industrial problems with rotating machinery while the industrial participants obtain very timely research results.
ABB|ANSYS|Baldor|Bechtel Marine Prop.|Bechtel Plant Mach.
Brazilian Navy|Cameron|Curtiss-Wright|Daikin Applied
Dresser-Rand|Elliott|ExxonMobil|Florida Turbine Tech|Flowserve
General Atomics|GE Aviation|Hamilton Sundstrand|Hitachi
John Crane|Kingsbury|KOBE Steel|Lufkin|Mechanical Solutions
MSC Software|OKBM|Pacific Gas & Electric|Pratt & Whitney|Praxair
Petrobras|Renk|Rodyn|Rolls Royce|Shell|Siemens|Dassault Systemes SIMULIA|
Statoil|Doosan Skoda|Solar Turbines|Sulzer Pumps
Tsinghua University|Trane|UTRC|Waukesha Bearings|Zollern