This advanced course expands the knowledge & application of process hazard analysis beyond those presented in CH157 to show how order-of-magnitude scenario risk calculations can be extended to other uses.
This course focuses on the principles, applications, and scale-up of bioseparations processes, which are used for bioproducts in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and food industries.
This course introduces basic chemical and biological engineering concepts to technical professionals, who have no formal chemical or biological engineering background or who have been trained in other engineering disciplines.
This course covers the knowledge and tools necessary to examine your workplace for the hazards, assess protection needs, and to respond efficiently to additional changes in the regulatory climate.
Gain a better understanding of how to conceptualize projects and methods to develop timely cost estimates for engineering projects in the process industries.
Join crystallization expert Wayne Genck for a practical overview of the basics of crystallization and precipitation and how to apply the fundamentals of crystal growth and nucleation to industrial processes. In two days, you’ll learn about the theory of material, energy and population balances and how to apply it in the production of amorphous and crystalline materials.
This course covers all essential distillation concepts likely to be faced by process support, operations, and design engineering personnel. It covers vapor liquid equilibrium, process design, column operation, and simulation issues, along with specification and selection of hardware.
Explore the broad topic of emergency relief system design with an emphasis on the Design Institute for Emergency Relief Systems (DIERS) methods.
If you work in a chemical-processing facility and need an overview of the basic mechanics and chemistry behind the process equipment you work with on a daily basis, this course is for you.
Gain a strong, fundamental understanding of bulk solids and bulk solid handling equipment and their behavior, along with the general principles and practical applications of solids flow.