Process Intensification – Breakthrough in Design, Industrial Innovation Practices, and Education
- Type: Archived Webinar
- Level: Basic
- Duration: 1 hour
- PDHs: 1.00
Process intensification (PI) methodologies are key to establishing new designs in our process industries. Considering the applicability available, we may innovate industrial processes from idea to commercial-scale implementation. This webinar addresses systematic general PI design theory and process innovation practices, plus, aims to identify the numerous designing processes with PI methods.
In this 60-minutes webinar, you’ll learn of the benefits of applying industrial innovation practices and the many applications of process intensification in process industries. Attendees will become aware of the systematic design methods for process intensification.
What you’ll learn:
- PI definition and difference with conventional chemical engineering
- PI design domain steps
- PI technologies classifications
- Industrial process innovation practices
This webinar is part of ongoing Education & Workforce Development efforts of the RAPID Manufacturing Institute. Webinars are free to RAPID Members.
Jan Harmsen is currently an independent consultant in sustainable process innovation. He provides advice and courses to industry and academia. He is a course conductor of Sustainable Design at Delft University of Technology. He has been a part-time professor of Sustainable Chemical Technology at Delft University of Technology and Groningne University 1997-2013.
After his graduation in chemical technology at Twente University in 1977, he joined Shell. There he held professional positions in process research, process development, reaction engineering, process concept...Read more
Maarten Verkerk retired in December 2019 as an affiliate Professor in Christian Philosophy and Ethics at the Maastricht University and Technical University of Eindhoven. Presently, he is an independent consultant in the field of innovation, sustainability, and meaning of life.
Maarten Verkerk studied chemistry, theoretical physics, and philosophy at the University of Utrecht. In 1982 he got his PhD in Material Science at the Technical University Twente in Enschede with the thesis Electrical Conductivity and Interface Properties of Oxygen Ion Conducting Materials. In 2004 he...Read more
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