Find the Problem Root Cause or Optimal Design

You can rely on our rotating machinery expertise and experience, developed over 25 years, to decide how to solve even the most challenging operating or design problems. We select the most appropriate tools and techniques to solve your particular problem from our extensive inventory of design, analysis and testing tools.

The MSI team is recruited for their deep interest in, and focus on, identifying and solving the real machinery challenge at hand. MSI engineers are trained to perform advanced field-based troubleshooting testing and in-office computational analysis. This ‘hands-on’ approach in the field and in the office has been proven to solve problems faster, and it sets MSI apart from most other consultants. 

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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis

State-of-the-art CFD services capable of optimizing flowpath design and solving any problems, including unsteady state, multiphase, and non-Newtonian fluids

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Finite Element Analysis

Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

State-of-the-art FEA services, linear and non-linear - structural, vibration, rotordynamic, thermal, acoustic, electromagnetic, and corrosion analysis/troubleshooting support any root cause analysis (RCA).

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Design Assessments

An independent 3rd party rotating machine design assessment mitigates risk by avoiding potential problems before installation of the equipment.

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Rotordynamic Analysis

Rotordynamic Analysis

FEA & rotordynamics analyses determine torsional natural frequencies & lateral critical speeds of rotating equipment such as pumps, compressors, fans, turbines.

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Longstanding Industry Reputation, Proven Expertise, Thought Leadership



Reliably solving rotating machinery challenges over 25 years.



“MSI does a great job - always very helpful. Gone through many problems with them - everything handed to them they've solved. “ - Craig Miller

Thought leadership

Thought leadership

Contributions to Standards (ANSI/HI 9.6.8 Rotodynamic); authoring chapters (“Centrifugal Pump Mechanical Behavior and Vibration” in the Pump Handbook and “Vibration” in Sawyers); serving on trade bodies (API 610, 612, and 617 Machinery Committees; Texas A&M Turbo & Pump Symposium Advisory Committee; Hydraulic Institute Standards Partner; ISO TC108 Machinery Diagnostic Standards Committee and ASTM Fatigue & Wear Standards Committees).

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