Polymers Training Course Toronto

Course Title Duration Details Register
Polymer Chemistry 36 h (6 weeks) Details
Physical and Mechanical Properties of Polymers 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Physical Chemistry of Polymers 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Plastics Technology 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Elastomers Technology 18 h (3 weeks) Details
Composites Technology 18 h (3 weeks) Details
Polymerization Reaction Engineering 36 h (6 weeks) Details
Rheology of Polymers 30 h (4 weeks) Details

Details

Polymer Chemistry

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to Polymer Science
  • Polymer Structure (Morphology)
  • Molecular Weight of Polymers
  • Step Polymerization
  • Chain Polymerization
  • Copolymerization
  • Natural Polymers

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, chemists, biologists, pharmacists, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Thu. (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)

Physical and Mechanical Properties of Polymers

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Solution properties of polymers
  • Mechanical properties of polymers
  • Stress-strain behavior of polymers
  • Deformation
  • Compression and tensile forces
  • Fracture behavior
  • Polymer visco-elasticisty
  • Superposition
  • Relaxation

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Physical Chemistry of Polymers

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Solution properties of Chemical structure of monomers and polymers
  • Chemical transformation of polymers
  • Polymers flexibility
  • Phase behavior of polymers
  • Thermodynamics of polymers

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 28 Apr. 11 May 23 Jul. 4
Days Tue. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Thu. (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Plastics Technology

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Plastics processing
  • Compression molding
  • Injection molding
  • Extrusion
  • Blow molding
  • Casting processes
  • Reinforcing processes
  • Plastics mechanical properties
  • Plastics other properties

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, chemists, biologists, pharmacists, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Thu. (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Elastomers and Composites Technology

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Natural Rubber
  • Liquid Rubber
  • Powdered Rubber
  • Rubber-Rubber Blends
  • Polyester elastomers
  • Polyurethane elastomers
  • Introduction to composite materials
  • Macro-mechanical analysis of a lamina
  • Micro-mechanical analysis of a lamina

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
18 Hours (3 weeks)

Polymerization Reaction Engineering

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Kinetics of polymerization
  • Step growth and chain-growth polymerization
  • Principles of polymer processing
  • Polymerization reactor design
  • Polymerization reaction optimization and control

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Thu. (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)

Rheology of Polymers

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Vector and tensor operations
  • Navier-stokes equations
  • Stress
  • Velocity gradient
  • Rate of deformation
  • Non-newtonian behavior
  • Shear flow
  • Elongation flow
  • No memory and memory effects
  • Rheometry

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, chemists, biologists, pharmacists, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 28 Apr. 11 May 23 Jul. 4
Days Tue. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Thu. (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)