Course:Chemical Engineering for Non_Chemical Engineers

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Course:Chemical Engineering for Non_Chemical Engineers

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Chemical, Mechanical Engineering Training Courses

Code

CM-551

City

Washington (US)

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Duration

Two weeks 50Hour
2024-09-02 2024-09-13

Fees

10450 €
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Course Overview

This course is aimed at non-chemical engineers who need an overview of the function, principles, requirements, and operation of typical chemical process equipment and who need to communicate effectively with chemical / process engineers by gaining a basic understanding of the operational factors and design equations that are used by chemical engineers and how chemical engineering relates to their disciplines.

What you will learn
  • Role, need, and goal of chemical engineering in today’s world
  • Three elements of process plants including equipment, utilities, and instrumentation and control
  • Process engineers knowledge Concepts, Skills, Deliverables, Codes & Standards
  • Process engineering concepts related to two main elements of chemical engineering; material and material changes; including: different material phases (solid, liquid and gas), fluid properties, gas law, material properties, physical operations vs. chemical processes, etc.
  • Different process discipline deliverables including: BFD, PFD, P&ID, H&MB Table, process design criteria and process design basis, process description, process control narrative, and cause and effect table and gaining ability to read and interpret them
  • Concepts and applications of different process elements including: pipes, valves, automatic valves (switching valves and control valves), containers (vessels and tanks), fluid movers (pumps, compressors, blowers, fans), heat exchangers, and furnaces
  • Common principles of “change” either physical or chemical
  • Different unit operations including Gravity Separation, Filtration, Absorption & Adsorption, Evaporation, Distillation, Crystallization, Centrifugation, Drying, Extraction, Leaching, Membrane separation, Cyclones, Humidification, and Dehumidification
  • Safety requirements of process plant and technical and legal issues related to Pressure Relief Devices (PRD) including Pressure Safety Valves (PSV) and rupture discs in the process plants
  • Impact of process plants on three elements of environment, air, water, and soil
  • Risk management and risk management tools in process industries including HAZOP
  • Profitability of process plants including capital, operating cost, and unit product cost estimation
  • Material of construction in process plants and different mechanisms of material loss including corrosion and erosion.
Course Outline
Day 1
Chemical Engineering
  • What is this course about?
  • What is chemical engineering about?
  • What do chemical engineers study in university and why?
  • Which sectors do chemical engineers work in?
  • Different types of Process industries
  • What do we need to study to learn chemical engineering quickly?
  • Process Plants: A tangible way to start learning chemical engineering
  • Process Plant Elements: Equipment, Utility Generation & Network, and Instrumentation & Control (I&C)
Day 2
Process Industries Elements: Equipment and Pipes (Applications)
  • Fluid Conductors: Pipes, Tubes, Ducts
  • Pipe Appurtenances: Fitting and Valves
  • Fluid Movers: Pumps and Compressors
  • Containers: Tanks, Vessels
  • Heat Transfer Equipment: Heat Exchangers, Furnaces
  • Unit Operations and Unit Processes
 Process Industries Elements: Utility
  • Different Utilities in Plants
  • Utilities Generation
  • Utility Distribution and Collection Networks
  • Permanent vs. Temporary Utility Users
Day 3
Process Industries Elements: Instrumentation and Control
  • The Value of Control; and Parameters of Interest
  • Three Layers of Integrated Control & Safety System (ICSS): BPCS, Alarm, and SIS
  • Control Loop: Duty and Components
  • Three Main Elements of Control Loops: Control Architecture, Control Strategy, and Tuning
  • Primary Elements: Sensors and Meters
  • Final Elements: Control Valves
  • Safety Instrumented Function: Duty and Components
  • Final Elements: Switching Valves
  • Alarm System: Duty and Components
Day  4
Chemical Engineers' Assets - Part 1
  • Chemical Engineers' Assets: Concepts, Skills, Deliverables, Codes & Standards
    •  A - Process Engineering Discipline Deliverables
      • BFD (Block Flow Diagram)
      • PFD (Process Flow Diagram)
      • Plot Plan; and Site Selection
      • P&ID (Piping & Instrumentation Diagram)
      • H&MB Table (Heat & Material Balance)
      • Equipment Datasheets
      • Process Description and Process Control Narrative
      • Datasheets
      • Utility Consumption Table
      • Chemical Consumption Table
      • Shut-Down Key Table
      • Alarm Set Point Table
    • B - Process Engineers' Skills
      • Calculation
      • Study Report
      • SOP (Standard Operating Procedure)
      • Scope Definition Document
    • C - Process Engineering Standards and Codes
      • Standards vs. Codes
      • Common Standards in Chemical Engineering
      • Common Codes in Chemical Engineering
    •  D - Process Engineering Concepts
Day 5 
Substances
  • Material Phases: Solids, Liquids, and Gasses
    • Phase Behaviour
    • Gas Laws
    • Material Properties
    • Properties of Flowable Solids
    • Change: Physical or Chemical
    • Physical Change: Macro-Change, Micro-Change (Phase and Component Changes)
    • Chemical Change: Reactions
  • Principles of Material Change
    • Mass Transfer and Energy Transfer (Potential and Kinetic)
    • Transfer Phenomena: Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer; and Momentum Transfer
    • Conservation of Energy, Mass; and Momentum
    • Energy Balance, Mass Balance
Day 6
Process Industries Elements: Equipment and Pipes (Concepts)
  • Fluid Conductors: Pipes, Tubes, Ducts
  • Fitting and Valves
  • Fluid Movers: Pump and Compressors
  • Containers: Tanks, Vessels
  • Mixing and Agitation
  • Heat Transfer Equipment: Heat Exchangers, Furnaces
  • Unit Operations and Unit Processes
  • Flowable Solid Transfer
Day 7
Common Principles of Change
  • Type of change: Physical or chemical
  • Possibility (thermodynamic) and speed (Kinetics)
  • End point vs. equilibrium point
  • Phase equilibrium and Reaction equilibrium
  • Containers for “change"
Unit Operations: Solid Handling
  • Size reduction (comminution)
  • Crushers
  • Grinders
Day 8
 Unit Operations: Separation Methods - Part 1
  • Screening
  • Gravity Separation
  • Filtration
  • Absorption & Adsorbtion
  • Evaporation
  • Distillation
  • Crystallization
  • Centrifugation
  • Drying
  • Extraction
  • Leaching
  • Membrane
  • Cyclones
  • Cooling Towers, Humidification, and Dehumidification
Day 9
 Process Units: Reactions
  • What is a reactor?
  • Different types of reactors: Plug and Mixed
  • Single Phase vs. Multiphase
  • Endothermic vs. Exothermic
Day 10 
Process Plant Design
  • Batch vs. Continuous
  • Steady State vs. Unsteady State
  • Hierarchy of Document Generation
  • Simulation
  • Sizing vs. Specification
  • Series and Parallel Process Items
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