Ir Dr Lim Jeng ShiunPEng, CEng, MIChemE, CEM, REEM, CEA, AEMVP
Ir Dr Lim Jeng Shiun is the Products and Services Manager of Process Systems Engineering Centre (PROSPECT), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. His core expertise is in the area of innovative development and application of process systems engineering techniques for resource conservation, and for energy and carbon planning.
Dr Lim has published 82 Scopus indexed articles to date. His Scopus h-index is currently 21 with 1505 citations. He has also been appointed as the guest editor for Special Issue of JCLEPRO and Chemical Engineering Transactions (Scopus indexed).
He is also a professionally Certified Energy Manager, Certified Energy Auditor, Accredited Energy Measurement & Verification Professional and a Registered Electrical Energy Manager certified by Energy Commission of Malaysia.
As an engineer in practice, he has applied the output of his research work in consultancy projects for the industrial community. He has been extensively involved in 22 research projects, 11 industrial based projects for various companies and government agencies. The key clients include local industries and multinational companies such as BERNAS, FABER MEDISERVE, SHELL, OLEON in Malaysia and PERTAMINA in Indonesia.
He has assisted those companies identify energy saving opportunities worth millions of dollar through the use of process integration and process systems engineering approach.
In commercialisation, Dr Lim is the cofounder and Director of Products and Services of a UTM Spin-off company. One of his product, e-SMART (an online energy monitoring system), have won the commercialisation grants that worth more than RM 800k.
Prof Ir Ts Dr Sharifah Rafidah Wan AlwiP.B.S., PEng, CEng, MIChemE, MIEM, REEM, CEM
Prof Ir Ts Dr Sharifah Rafidah Wan Alwi, PEng, MIEM, CEng, MIChemE, is the Director of Process Systems Engineering Centre (PROSPECT) of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). She holds a BEng in Chemical Engineering from UMIST, UK and PhD in Chemical Engineering from UTM. Sharifah has been extensively involved in 66 research projects, 23 industrial based projects for various companies and government agencies and has trained engineers from more than 200 companies in the field of energy and water minimisation.
Dr Sharifah is an expert in various Pinch Analysis techniques for the recovery of heat, water, mass, CO2, waste gases and hybrid power system. She is an expert Pinch consultant for various industries and is among the leading researchers in Pinch Analysis technique development. Her work has been filed for patents and featured in leading national and international chemical and engineering journals, magazines and conferences. She is a certified ASEAN Energy Management Scheme (AEMAS) Energy Manager trainer and a Registered Electrical Energy Manager under Malaysia Energy Commission. She is currently the energy advisor for UTM Energy Management System.
Together with her team, they have developed various Pinch software including Optimal Heat, Optimal Water and Optimal Audit. Sharifah has won various international and national awards such as Green Talents 2009 (Germany), IChemE Highly Commended Sir Frederick Warner Prize 2011 (UK), ASEAN Young Scientist and Technologist Award 2014, National Young Scientist Award 2015, ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women 2016 in Energy Sustainability, Malaysia Research Star Award 2016, 2018, 2019 and Top Research Scientists Malaysia 2018. Due to her various contributions globally and locally, she was promoted as Professor in 2016 at the age of 34 years old by Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Dr Sharifah is also the Associate Editor for Journal of Cleaner Production.
Prof Ir Ts Dr Zainuddin Abdul MananPEng, Technologist, CEng, FIChemE, CEM, REEM
Prof Ir Ts Dr Zainuddin Abdul Manan is a professor of chemical engineering, the founding director of UTM Process Systems Engineering Centre (PROSPECT), founding Dean of the UTM Faculty of Chemical and Energy Engineering, founder of UTM Sustainable Energy Management Program, and the founder of OPTIMISE Sdn Bhd, a UTM spin-off company. He began his career as an engineer in PETRONAS and Hume Industries and has been an academic leader, educator, researcher, consultant and professional coach for 25 years. He completed over 100 R & D & consultancy projects serving local and multinational companies, has numerous patents and more than 450 publications that include 15 books/chapters, 200 refereed journals and 220 conference proceedings on energy and resource conservation using process integration techniques. He is a co-author of the globally referred Book on Process Integration and Intensification – Savings Energy, Water and Resources.
Zain is a UK/EU chartered engineer, a Fellow IChemE (UK), a Professional Engineer (PEng), a Professional Technologist, a certified energy manager, a registered electrical energy manager and a certified trainer for ASEAN energy managers. Zain was the winner of Saudi’s Prince Sultan International Prize for Water (2008) and was awarded as a Top Research Scientist of Malaysia by the Academy of Science of Malaysia (2013). In 2014, he received the award as UTM Top Researcher, UTM Top Academician and the Honorary Award from Hungary. He has delivered over 400 invited talks in professional courses, conferences and seminars across the world, including the 2014 Imperial College Distinguished Chemical Engineering Sponsored Lecture.
Zain is currently the chair of the EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act) Thermal Energy drafting committee under the Malaysian Ministry of Energy. He founded and spearheaded the UTM Sustainable Energy Management initiative that led UTM to achieve more than USD 6 million energy savings between 2011 and 2019, and to win the ASEAN Energy Award in 2012.
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Industrial Thermal Energy Audit and Analysis (ITEA) – Part 2
Thermal energy efficiency improvement typically offers the biggest scope for energy cost saving in industry. Thermal energy audit involves systematic and detailed analysis of the performance of thermal energy equipment and systems of a facility, and to benchmark against the system’s design performance.
This course will equip participants with practical concepts, principles, tools and systematic techniques to analyse the thermal energy efficiency of boiler systems, and effectively apply the tools and techniques for thermal energy cost saving measures.
- Apply the insights, principles and the big picture of industrial energy audit.
- Perform material and energy balances for practical industrial thermal energy analysis.
- Apply the tools to analyse steam properties.
- Apply the key criteria for fuel selection and combustion
- Determine boiler efficiency (direct and indirect method)
- Use boiler system calculator/spreadsheet to explore improvement opportunities
- Apply no cost, low cost and practical strategies to improve boiler efficiency.
- Improve the energy efficiency of a facility’s boiler/steam system
- Reduce the facility’s thermal energy costs and GHG emissions.
- Prepare the organisation for setting up of energy management system
- Raise competitiveness through thermal energy management expertise
Prof Ir Ts Dr Zainuddin Abdul Manan is currently the chair of the EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act) Thermal Energy drafting committee under the Malaysian Ministry of Energy. He founded and spearheaded the UTM Sustainable Energy Management initiative that led UTM to achieve more than USD 6 million energy savings between 2011 and 2019, and to win the ASEAN Energy Award in 2012.
Prof Ir Dr Sharifah Rafidah Wan Alwi specialises in process systems engineering with emphasis on process integration and resource conservation. She is a certified ASEAN Energy Management Scheme (AEMAS) Energy Manager trainer and a Registered Electrical Energy Manager under Malaysia Energy Commission. She is currently the energy advisor for UTM Energy Management System.
Ir Dr Lim Jeng Shiun has been extensively involved in 22 research projects, 11 industrial based projects for various companies and government agencies. The key clients include local industries and multinational companies such as BERNAS, FABER MEDISERVE, SHELL, OLEON in Malaysia and PERTAMINA in Indonesia. He has assisted those companies identify energy saving opportunities worth millions of dollar through the use of process integration and process systems engineering approach.
|a) 26 – 27 April 2021|
b) 04 – 05 August 2021
c) 20 – 21 October 2021
|Dates are subjected to change.|