Process Design & Development
In this webinar, the fourth in the series on industrial mixing, the focus is on key steps in addressing the needs for mixing in process development, scale-up and design.
This webinar shows the development of thermodynamics and illustrates applications to modeling. Principal quantities and relations are reviewed, along with suggestions for their reliable utilization.
Are you curious about how Lean Principles can be used in your work? This practical webinar begins with an introduction to the concept of Lean and its major principles.
Electrostatic charge is normally generated whenever two materials (solids and/or liquids) make and then break contact.
Deflagration venting is one of six possible explosion protection options for combustible dust handling equipment in NFPA 654. To use this option, you must reference back to NFPA 68 where the requirements for sizing vents are located.
This webinar explores the various flow modes for conveying of solids and how they are used to convey product with minimum power and product attrition.
This Webinar provides insight into some essentials of mixing scale-up. You learn that how you conduct the tests can be as important as how you analyze the results.
An inherently safer design is one that avoids hazards instead of controlling them, particularly by removing or reducing the amount of hazardous material or the number of hazardous operations.
This webinar addresses the fundamentals of the flow and storage of bulk solids, and clearly demonstrates the considerable science behind the design and use of storage vessels for solids.
This webinar starts with an overview of current best practices and tools for project planning.