Process simulation is a versatile tool used by process engineers to investigate about the feasibility of a processand to carry out preliminary design of chemical plants. This course will give you the knowledge necessary to use process simulation software with confidence and efficacy in order to save up money and time associatedwith the engineering activities.
Who should take this course
Professionals involved in all the engineering stages of a process design (i.e. Preliminary Design Operations De-bottlenecking etc.).These will include chemical engineers, petroleum engineers, production engineers, trainee process, engineers and operator trainers. Case studies and examples will cover a range of levels making the course suitable for both experienced andunexperienced professionals.
Overview of commercial process simulation software. Reliable sources of process data Rules of thumb. Process flowsheeting fundamentals. Graphical user interface of a process simulation software. Measurement units systems Estimation of chemical properties. Fluid packages selection. Reaction package. Unit operations palette. Methods to reach convergence to solution. Error debugging. Recycles of material streams. Process optimization. Flowsheet user variables. Use of spreadsheets. Printing simulation results Interpreting simulation results. Case studies.
About Course Provider
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London TFE have a team of enthusiastic leaders and instructors who share a passion for education and want to deliver that same passion to every individual who wish to take a business to succession. Each training courses London encourages individual to aim high and reach their full potential.