Course ID: CH033 Type: Face-to-FaceLanguage: English Skill Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 day CEUs: 0.80 PDHs: 8.00 Share This Post: Source: AIChE Although many pneumatic conveying equipment advances have been made, costly problems – including wear, attrition, rate limitation and line plugging – continue to occur. Learn how to apply practical design and troubleshooting principles to improve the efficiency, safety and reliability of pneumatic conveying systems transporting powders and bulk solids. Ensure trouble-free flow In one day, you’ll review the fundamentals of gas/solids flow and address common pneumatic conveying problems, modes of transport in a pipeline and scale-model tests and their use in designing and evaluating poorly operating systems. You’ll discuss line chargers (feeders), proven pipeline layout rules and criteria for elbow/bend selection. The instructor also will cover more specialized topics including dense phase conveying systems and gas/solids separators such as cyclones, filters and bag houses. Real-life industrial case histories will help increase your understanding of the theory and application taught. Save $595 or more when you take both this course and CH032: Flow of Solids in Bins, Hoppers, Chutes and Feeders by registering for CH757: Flow of Solids/Pneumatic Conveying Combo Course. This course will be taught by one of the instructors listed below. Instructors Eric Maynard Director of Education and a Senior Consultant with Jenike & Johanson, Inc. Eric Maynard is the Director of Education and a Senior Consultant with Jenike & Johanson, Inc., which is recognized as the world’s leading engineering firm specializing in bulk solids handling technology. Eric received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University and his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Read Bio Herman Purutyan CEO of Jenike & Johanson Inc. CEO of Jenike & Johanson Inc., a world-renowned engineering consulting firm specializing in the storage, flow and processing of powder and bulk solids. He has been recognized worldwide for his technical ability and experience in the field of storage and flow of solids. Read Bio Thomas Troxel Vice President, Jenike & Johanson Inc. Vice President at Jenike & Johanson Inc., Thomas has been involved in many projects related to flow properties testing, modeling, blending, pneumatic conveying and fluidization. Read Bio Andres Orlando Project Engineer, Jenike & Johanson, Inc. Andres Orlando is a Project Engineer with Jenike & Johanson. Andrés received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Ph.D. in Granular Mechanics from Clarkson University. His graduate studies focused in computational modeling of granular materials flows and comparing numerical models against physical experiments. Read Bio Register AIChE Home OfficeNew York, NYUnited StatesApril 12, 2018Register Now!PDF Accommodation InfoAndaz Wall Street, Eurostars Wall Street Hotel, Fairfield Inn New York Manhattan/Financial District Venue: To be announcedAtlanta, GAUnited StatesJune 13, 2018Register Now!PDF Venue: To be announcedPhiladelphia, PAUnited StatesOctober 11, 2018Register Now!PDF AIChE Houston Training Center & Latin America OfficeHouston, TXUnited StatesDecember 6, 2018Register Now!PDF Accommodation InfoLa Quinta Inn and Suites Houston Energy Corridor, Hilton Houston Westchase Accrediting Agencies: Florida New Jersey New York RCEP Horizontal TabsOutline Day One 8:00 – 8:30 Registration 8:30 – 10:00 Introduction, modes of conveying; types of systems 10:00 – 10:15 Morning Break 10:15 – Noon Fundamentals of gas/solids flow; pressure loss calculations Noon – 1:00 Lunch Break 1:00 – 3:00 Component selection and system design 3:00 – 3:15 Afternoon Break 3:15 – 5:00 Dense phase conveying; system troubleshooting Download Course Outline (PDF) What You'll Learn Learning Outcomes: Define the types of systems and the four primary system components. Explain key terms like saltation and pickup velocity. Apply safe handling practices for the pneumatic conveying of combustible solids. Inspect common conveying problems like wear, attrition, rate limitation, and line plugging. Contrast implementation vs. construction. Who Should Attend Who Should Attend: Engineers involved in designing, selecting, troubleshooting, maintaining or purchasing pneumatic conveying equipment – including: Plant and project managers Operation and process managers Project, process and maintenance engineers Unit operators and superintendents Professionals new to the field of pneumatic conveying Testimonials The following are testimonials from people who recently took this course: Instructor kept the course interesting and had plenty of examples. Great intstructors with much experiential knowledge. I will recommend the course to others. Very knowledgeable instructor. Very enthusiastic and really does a good job of keeping the course moving and interesting. 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