APPLIEDMIXINGTECHNOLOGY FORPROCESSDEVELOPMENT: SCALINGDOWNTOSCALEUP
Use of the proper mixing technology is often essential for successful process results. This online course considers how we can choose appropriate mixing conditions for laboratory, pilot, and commercial scale units to ensure technical success. The course begins by rooting us in some essential basics of mixing technology. With those fundamentals, we then progress through different mixing applications in increasing levels of complexity: single-phase (blending and heat transfer), multiple phase (solid-liquid, COURSE OUTLINE
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Scientists and engineers in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries who are involved in process development, scale-up/scale- down, troubleshooting, and process optimization.
immiscible liquid, gas-liquid, and 3-phase), and mixing in competitive rate processes (reactions and crystallizations). Throughout, we look at scale-up and scale-down by using examples from industrial processes which have a variety of mixing requirements. We will discuss how to design and execute practical experiments at the small scale which can identify mixing sensitivities in a process that could be an issue on scale-up. Though primarily focusing on operations in stirred tanks, we will also discuss mixing applications in flow systems like static mixers.
17 - 20 May 2.00-5.00pm (UK)
£595.00 + VAT
FEE INCLUDES: • Live interactive training sessions based over 4 afternoons (UK time) using an online webinar platform • E Reader version of the manual (professionally printed versions of the manual are available but at an additional cost to cover postage) • Course certificate
TO BOOK please either visit our website www.scientificupdate.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Made with FlippingBook Online document