Process Plant Design Training & Course Toronto

Course Title Duration Details Register
Process Plant Engineering I 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Process Plant Engineering II 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Conceptual Design of Chemical Processes 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Introduction to Process Equipment 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Material and Energy Balance (Basic and Advanced) 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Process Plant Cost analysis and economics 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Heat Exchanger Design 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Heat Exchanger Network Design (Pinch Analysis) 24 h (4 week) Details
distillation Process 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Packed Columns Design and Operation 18 h (3 weeks) Details
Industrial Furnaces Design and Operation 18 h (3 weeks) Details
Cooling Tower Design and Operation 18 h (3 weeks) Details
Flare Systems Design and Operation 12 h (1 week) Details
Pressure Relief Valves 12 h (1 week) Details
Introduction to Process Control 36 h (6 weeks) Details
Process Control in Process Plants 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Fundamentals of Process Safety 36 h (6 weeks) Details

Details

Process Plant Engineering I

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • The Nature of Process Synthesis and Analysis
  • Stages of Process Plant Design
  • Heuristics for Process Synthesis
  • Process Plant Design Deliverables
  • Fundamentals of Material Balances
  • Fundamentals of Energy Balances
  • Flow-sheeting
  • Process Diagrams (PFD and P&ID)

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, environmental engineers, technicians, and scientists.
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. 15 Mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat (10 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering II

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Pumps and Compressors Design and Operation
  • Distillation Columns Design and Operation
  • Heat Exchange Equipment Design and Operation
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Boilers
  • urnaces
  • Cooling Towers
  • Chemical Reactors Design and Operation
  • Process Plant Control and Instrumentation

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, environmental engineers, technicians, and scientists.
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. 14 Mar. 14 Apr. 11 May 9
Days Tue (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat (10 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Conceptual Design of Chemical Processes

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to heat transfer
  • Types of heat transfer equipment
  • Heat Transfer coefficient
  • Heat transfer surface area
  • Mean temperature
  • Mechanical design
  • Design and operation of double-pipe and shell and tube heat exchangers
  • Design and operation of condensers and reboilers
  • Design and operation of plate and frame heat exchangers
  • Pressure drop calculations in heat exchangers

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, Process and Mechanical engineers, manufacturing 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 July 03
Days Mon (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Introduction to Process Equipment

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction
  • Valves
  • Tanks and Vessels
  • Pumps
  • Compressors
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Cooling towers
  • Boilers
  • Furnaces
  • Instruments
  • Process Diagrams
  • Reactor Systems
  • Distillation Systems

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, 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. 215 Mar. 15 Apr 12 May 10
Days Wed (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Material and Energy Balance (Basic and Advanced)

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Dimensions, units, and their conversion
  • Moles, density, and concentration
  • Processes and Process Variables
  • Fundamentals of Material Balances
  • Single-phase and multiphase systems
  • Energy and Energy Balance
  • Balances on Nonreactive Processes
  • Balances on Reactive Processes
  • Balances on Transient Processes

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, 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. 14 Mar. 14 Apr 11 May 09
Days Tues (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sun (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Process Plant Cost Analysis and Economics

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Estimation of capital costs
  • Estimation of Manufacturing costs
  • Engineering economic analysis
  • Profitability analysis
  • Analysis of cost estimation
  • Interest
  • Time value of money
  • Taxes and fixed charges
  • Profitability
  • Alternative investments
  • Cost accounting and capital cost estimation

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, 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. 14 Mar. 14 Apr 11 May 09
Days Tues (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Thu (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Heat Exchanger Design

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to heat transfer
  • Types of heat transfer equipment
  • Heat Transfer coefficient
  • Heat transfer surface area
  • Mean temperature
  • Mechanical design
  • Design and operation of double-pipe and shell and tube heat exchangers

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, Process and Mechanical engineers, manufacturing 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 July 03
Days Mon (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Thu (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Heat Exchanger Network Design

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to Thermo-Fluid system
  • Introduction to heat recovery system
  • Setting energy target
  • Heat Recovery
  • Pinch point
  • Stream splitting
  • Multiple utilities
  • Threshold problems
  • Optimization of heat exchanger networ
  • Data extraction

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical and process engineers and undergraduate 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 July 04
Days Tue (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Thu (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
24 Hours (4 weeks)

Distillation Process

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to Separation processes
  • Introduction to Distillation process
  • Types of distillation processes
  • Components of tray columns
  • McCabe-Thiele
  • Ponchon-savarit
  • Multicomponent distillation calculation
  • Mechanical design of tray columns

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical and process engineers and undergraduate 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 July 03
Days Mon (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Packed Columns Design and Operation

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to packed towers
  • Packed towers components
  • Packing types
  • Design capacity and pressure drop
  • Mass and heat transfer in packed towers
  • Mass transfer with reaction
  • Mechanical design of packed towers

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical and process engineers and undergraduate 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 Mar. 12 Apr. 9 May 7 June 4
Days Mon (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)

18 Hours (3 weeks)

Industrial Furnaces Design and Operation

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Convection and Radiation
  • Combustion process
  • Flames and burners for furnaces
  • Fuel handling systems
  • Furnace design methods
  • Batch furnaces
  • Continuous furnaces

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical and process engineers and undergraduate 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 Mar. 11 Apr. 8 May 6 June 3
Days Sat (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)

18 Hours (3 weeks)

Cooling Tower Design and Operation

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Humidification process
  • Humidity chart
  • Convection heat transfer
  • Types of cooling towers
  • Cooling towers components
  • Cooling tower design
  • Cooling tower operation and control

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical and process engineers and undergraduate 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 Apr. 1 Apr. 29 May 27 June 4
Days Sat (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)

18 Hours (3 weeks)

Flare Systems Design and Operation

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • The function of flares
  • Types of flare systems
  • Types of flare stacks
  • Flare representation and data
  • Flares and processes
  • Operating parameters
  • Operation
  • Troubleshooting

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, 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. 18 Apr. 15 May 20 Jul 1
Days Sat (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
Sun (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
12 Hours (1 week)

Pressure Relief Valves

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Types of pressure-relieving devices
  • Types of valves/relief devices
  • Materials of construction
  • Relief mechanisms
  • Design basis
  • Relieving capacity
  • Selection and applications
  • Sizing valves for pressure relief
  • Orifice area calculation

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, 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. 25 Apr. 22 May 27 Jul 8
Days Sat (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
Sun (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
12 Hours (1 week)

Introduction to Process Control

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • The Laplace transform
  • Linear open loop systems
  • Linear closed loop systems
  • Frequency response
  • Controller tuning and process identification
  • Control valves
  • Feedback control
  • Stability analysis of feedback systems
  • Feedforward and ratio control

The course provides substantial technical details on process control and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, control engineers and technicians, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
4) 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 (05:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Thu.(05:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)

Process Control in Process Plants

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Process Control Basics Review
  • Plantwide control fundamentals
  • Plantwide control design procedure
  • Reactors control
  • Heat Exchangers control
  • Distillation column control
  • Other units control
  • Process units control cases

The course provides substantial technical details on process control and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, control 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 (05:00 pm – 9:00 pm)
Thu.(05:00 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Fundamentals of Process Safety

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction
  • Toxicology
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Source models
  • Toxic release and dispersion models
  • Fires and Explosions
  • Chemical Reactivity
  • Introduction to Reliefs
  • Relief Sizing
  • Hazards Identification
  • Risk assessment
  • Safety Procedures and Designs
  • Case histories

The course provides substantial technical details on process control and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, control 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 (05:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Thu.(05:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)