Course ID: CH710 Type: Face-to-FaceLanguage: English Skill Level: Basic Duration: 3 days CEUs: 2.30 PDHs: 23.00 Share This Post: Source: AIChE In today’s workplace, non-engineers are increasingly expected to work with chemical engineers on projects, scale-ups and process evaluations. But to do so, you need a solid understanding of basic concepts of chemical engineering analysis, design and calculations. Join chemical engineering expert Jack Hipple and gain knowledge of the fundamentals of chemical engineering you need to understand, communicate and work with chemical engineers. Gain an understanding of chemical engineering In three days, you’ll learn how to hold your own in discussions on safety, industrial hygiene and reactive chemicals. You’ll gain an understanding of the basics of fluid flow, heat transfer, heat exchanger design and how to apply it. You’ll also get up-to-speed on solids handling, tank and vessel design, polymerization and polymer processing and how use this knowledge to sharpen projects and evaluations. Through case studies, you’ll see the concepts you learn in action so you can apply them in your workplace when collaborating with chemical engineers on projects, chemistry scale-ups, process evaluations and other initiatives. Instructor(s): Jack Hipple A chemical engineering graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, a 30-year veteran of the chemical industry, and a fellow of AIChE, Jack Hipple founded TRIZ and Engineering Training Services in 2001. His industrial experience includes leading several of Dow Chemical’s discovery research efforts and managing its chemical engineering R&D. He has been the Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical Engineers instructor for AIChE for 15 years.Read more Register AIChE Home OfficeNew York, NYUnited StatesApril 3-5, 2018Register Now!PDF Accommodation InfoAndaz Wall Street, Eurostars Wall Street Hotel , Fairfield Inn New York Manhattan/Financial District AIChE Houston Training Center & Latin America OfficeHouston, TXUnited StatesJune 11-13, 2018Register Now!PDF Accommodation InfoLa Quinta Inn and Suites Houston Energy Corridor, Hilton Houston Westchase MicroTek ChicagoChicago, ILUnited StatesOctober 3-5, 2018Register Now!PDF Pan American Life CenterNew Orleans, LAUnited StatesDecember 4-6, 2018Register Now!PDF Accrediting Agencies: Florida New Jersey New York RCEP Horizontal TabsOutline Day One 8:00 – 8:30 Registration 8:30 – 10:00 Safety, toxicology, ethics, and economicsThe “HHO” Reactor 10:00 – 10:15 Morning Break 10:15 – Noon Processing, scale-up, and stoichiometry Noon – 1:00 Lunch Break 1:00 – 2:30 Mass balances, Kinetics, and Reaction Engineering 2:30 – 2:45 Afternoon Break 2:45 – 4:00 Fluid flow, Pumps, Viscosity, Laminar vs. Turbulent Flow 4:00 – 5:00 Case Study Day Two 8:30 – 9:30 Heat Transfer, Heat Exchangers, Energy Balances 9:30 – 10:00 Concepts and Basics of Reactive Chemicals AnalysisT-2 Fire and Explosion 10:00 – 10:15 Morning Break 10:15 – 11:00 Distillation and Stage Wise Contacting 11:00 – Noon Absorption, Stripping, and Extraction Noon – 1:00 Lunch Break 1:00 – 2:15 Evaporation and Crystallization 2:15 – 2:30 Afternoon Break 2:30 – 4:00 Filtration and Drying 4:00 – 5:00 Case Study: Coffee Brewing Day Three 8:30 – 10:00 Solids Handling and Processing Review of Pt. Wentworth Sugar Plant Fire and Explosion 10:00 – 10:15 Morning Break 10:15 – 11:00 Tanks and Vessels 11:00 – Noon Chemical Engineering in Polymers/ Polymer Processing Noon – 1:00 Lunch Break 1:00 – 2:30 Process Control and Control ValvesReview of Texas City Fire and Explosion 2:30 – 2:45 Afternoon Break 2:45 – 5:00 Final Questions, Discussions, and Presentations Download Course Outline (PDF) What You'll Learn Learning Outcomes: Discuss the basic concepts of chemical engineering including mass and energy balances and the concept of unit operations. Describe basic safety regulations and procedures and the basics of reactive chemical analysis. Explain the basics of fluid flow and pumps. Explain the basics of distillation, absorption, adsorption, filtration and drying processes and equipment choices for these unit operations. Calculate basic stoichiometry and unit conversions. Discuss the basics of process scale up and economics, solids handling, characterization, transfer and storage. Explain the basics of process control and the basis for choosing the type of process control. Who Should Attend Who Should Attend: Non-engineers without formal chemical engineering training who have up to three years of experience working in a plant with chemical engineers. It will be especially valuable to: Operating technicians Engineering managers who are not chemical engineers Chemists DHS, EPA and other government employees Other engineers Testimonials The following are testimonials from people who recently took this course: Very good info that applied to real world application. I enjoyed the course and learned a lot! The course was helpful and informative. Mr. Hipple is very knowledgeable and does an excellent job presenting the course. Being new to chemical production, this course has given me a more clear understanding of process equipment, safety issues, and challenges involved in designing plants and chemical processes. 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