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Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical Engineers

21 Professional Development Hours

After participating in this course, you will be able to:

  • Gain a thorough understanding of essential chemical engineering concepts
  • Acquire knowledge of the fundamental principles governing heat and mass transfer
  • Learn about the flow of single and multi-phase fluids, enhancing your capability to work in industries that rely on fluid transport and processing
  • Understand various measurement techniques for fluids, which is essential for quality control and process optimization in numerous industries
  • Gain proficiency in various separation and extraction processes, widening your employment prospects in industries like petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, and food processing
  • Learn about the relevance of petrochemical processes and refineries, the pharmaceutical industry, the semiconductor manufacturing industry, and the food industry

Description
All industrial processes and projects in the fields of energy and environment, as well as all forms of resource development such as mining and extraction of rare minerals, food processing, pharmaceutical process development, semiconductor industry, and chemical and petrochemical processes, utilize chemical engineering concepts and operations. That is why almost every engineer, manager, and leader working in any of the fields mentioned above requires knowledge of the basics and fundamentals of chemical engineering processes and operations. This course aims to address this need by providing an introduction to chemical engineering for non-chemical engineers and leaders who are involved in production and manufacturing industries.

This 3-day course will provide a review and introduction to subjects and applications of fluid mechanics, mass and energy balance, heat transfer, and mass transfer. Additionally, a review of chemical engineering unit operations, safety, and process control will be presented.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the profession
  • Material and energy balance
  • Chemical engineering thermodynamics
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Heat and mass transfer
  • Reactor design and reaction kinetics
  • Unit operations
  • Chemical engineering project economics
  • Process control
  • Process safety
  • Sustainability

Who Should Attend
New Graduates of Non-Chemical Engineering Disciplines • Anyone who is interested in Understanding Fundamentals and Instances of Separation Processes with or Without Chemical Reactions • Managers and Leaders of Professional Teams that Include Chemical Engineers • Non-Chemical Engineers who, as part of Their Career Growth, Require This Training.

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Course Rating
3.6 out of 5

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SCHEDULED OFFERINGS

This course is currently scheduled on the following date. Click to learn even more details about this offering.

Online, 6/5/2024

COURSE CREDIT

Almost all of EPIC's courses offer :

  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
  • Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

These course credits will help attendees earn training requirements for their associations or provincial governing bodies.

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