ONLINE AND FACE TO FACE
COURSE OUTLINE This course is designed for those with limited or no pilot plant or scale-up experience, provides a comprehensive overview of the most common problems experienced during the scale up of laboratory batch processes, and ways to avoid or mitigate them. The difference between laboratory scale techniques and how the major unit operations are carried out in the pilot plant is a key focus of the course. Thus, along the way attendees will examine the many issues associated with raw material handling, conducting synthetic reactions, reaction workup, product crystallization, isolation and drying at the pilot plant or commercial scale.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? This course has been designed for chemists, engineers, technicians and managers in the fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries with limited pilot plant experience who wish to learn more about the potential pitfalls of process scale-up and ways to avoid them. Attendees will come away from the course more knowledgeable about common scale- up problems and better equipped to prepare for and deal with them. The course complements the more chemistry-focused Scientific Update course “Chemical Development and Scale-Up in the Fine Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries”.
The course also explores some important engineering concepts such as batch mixing, heat transfer, mass transfer, fluid flow and the influence of these factors on the success of large scale chemical operations.
With an awareness of these phenomena, the laboratory researcher will have a better understanding of the types of experiments that should be
conducted and the types of data that should be collected to ensure a more successful scale-up. Numerous examples and case histories are presented to reinforce the course material, and class exercises provide an opportunity to put some of the lessons into practice. Heavy emphasis is placed on process safety.
ONLINE ONLINE DELEGATE 2020
“Excellent course, a MUST HAVE for chemists!.”
Francis X. McConville
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8 – 12 March 1.30-5.30pm (UK)
£1,489.00 + VAT
FULL REFUNDS GIVEN ON FACE TO FACE MEETINGS IF WE ARE NOT ABLE TO RUN THE COURSE OR YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO TRAVEL DEPENDING ON THE CURRENT PANDEMIC SITUATION.
19 – 23 April 1.30-5.30pm (UK)
£1,489.00 + VAT
28 – 30 September
TO BOOK please either visit our website www.scientificupdate.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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