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Chemical Engineering for the Non-Chemical Engineer
Audience
Supervisors, Managers, Professional/Technical Individual Contributors
Description
An intensive course that covers the concepts and principles of industrial process oriented chemical engineering:
  • Develop the "language" of the chemical engineer
  • Learn the concept of material and energy balances
  • Understand the mathematics of the physics of momentum, heat and mass transfer
  • Discover useful industrial equations for the the estimation of heat exchangers, piping, pumps, mass transfer equipment, and reactor sizing and evaluations
  • Increase understanding and relevance to actual industrial processes by learning definitions and explanations and working through examples
Prerequisites ​Chemistry, Algebra
Pre-Work Required
None
Suggested Class Size

​Minimum 8
Maximum 15

Course Length
40 hours (5 days)
   

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