This three-day course gives a practical introduction to the application of advanced control techniques in the process industries. It is an intensive course which relies heavily on the use of computer simulation software to allow for many practical examples and control strategies to be implemented.
This two-day course uses dynamic simulation models to give a practical introduction to carbon dioxide, its application, characteristics, and carbon capturing technology. This course also covers the principles of gas compression when CO2 is the process medium, the selection of the correct type of compressor, the design of the compressor, how performance of the compressor is controlled and more.
An intensive, two-day course to provide insight into how to troubleshoot a wide variety of problems that can occur with centrifugal compressors and their gas turbine or electric motor driver. The course will include a series of simulated practical case studies where delegates will be challenged to identify and correct real-life problems using a standard troubleshooting methodology.
This intensive and interactive three-day course is designed to address the operation and control of coal seam gas processing plants.
Compression of Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide - challenges, issues and solutions
This hands-on, three-day course uses dynamic simulation models to give a practical introduction to centrifugal gas compressors and their operation in process plants. The practical exercises and workshops will use dynamic simulation models of compression systems running on PCs. They will be easy to use and the participants will require no prior knowledge of dynamic simulation.
This three-day course offers a comprehensive study of distillation technology and provides an introduction to a variety of processes which employ this key unit operation.
An intensive, two-day course where delegates will gain a thorough introduction to the subject of positive displacement oil-injected helical screw compressors. The course is designed to explore many factors in the selection, operation, and control systems of the screw compressor for a particular application.
This one-day course will better help delegates be able to identify opportunities for increasing plant performance and deliver that performance by the use of good control loop tuning techniques.
This two-day course offers delegates an overview of the design, construction, control and operation of reciprocating compressors. The course describes the principles of operation of the compressor and how the design is adapted to a number of different configurations to meet numerous needs. A fundamental understanding of gas behaviour will be an asset but not mandatory for this course.