Fundamentals of Process Intensification

  • Course ID:
    ELA300
  • Type:
    eLearning (online) Course
  • Language:
    English
  • Skill Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    4 hours
  • CEUs:
    0.40
  • PDHs:
    4.00

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In today’s world, external pressures and advances in adjacent technology areas are creating the need to reassess classical unit operations and look for more efficient solutions for the process industries. The topic of Process Intensification (PI) has attracted considerable attention as a potential means for process improvement. In this interactive online course, the RAPID Manufacturing Institute delves into the Fundamentals of Process Intensification and provides insight into PI and its deployment. This is not only a comprehensive introductory course but also the first of its kind in the U.S. to describe PI concepts in practical ways that will enable engineers and future engineers to explore PI as a promising technology solution, which can help American industry become leaner, greener, cleaner and safer.

In this course, you’ll get an introduction to PI, ways in which PI can help to overcome challenges facing conventional processes, and ultimately its potential role in transforming the process industries. You will also explore ways in which PI can be applied to fundamental engineering concepts as well as current examples of PI that have been deployed. Lastly, you will learn about Modular Chemical Process Intensification (MCPI) technologies and equipment that can potentially transform facilities and operations by reducing costs and other inefficiencies. 

Photo Credit: Fluor

Instructor(s): 

Jim Bielenberg

Jim Bielenberg, PhD, is the former Chief Technology Officer of the Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment (RAPID) Manufacturing Institute. He has spent the last 15 years working in various areas of new technology development, including 12 years working at ExxonMobil.

He is a co-inventor on over a dozen technology patents across chemicals technology, refining technology, coal gasification, and biofuels processing. He received his BS from the Univ. of Nebraska and a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), both in chemical engineering. He is...Read more

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