Electrical Engineering Training
Five Days Course on Thermal Energy Recovery Technologist (TERT)
This workshop covers our copyrighted and patented trademark technologies on Process Integration based on Pinch Analysis that delves deep into process operation covering furnaces, reactors, separators, heaters, coolers and heat exchanger network retrofit; on top of conducting typical energy audit of utility systems (e.g. boiler, staeam system, motors and appliances covered under our CTEA module).
- Overview of Pinch Analysis as a Tool to Maximise Utility Savings in Process Industry
- Process Integration – The Basic Concepts
- Setting the Minimum Utility Targets
- Design of Heat Exchanger Network
- Stream Data Extraction (SDE)
- Multiple Utilities
- Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
- Process Modifications (PM)
- Optimal Heat Computer Demo
- Setting Targets, Heat Recovery Design and Improvement Using Optimal heat
- What are the minimum heating/cooling needs (energy targets) of a process?
- What is the scope for minimising energy, water and emissions?
- What is the economic mix of utilities (LP, MP, HP steam, fuel, water) in a plant?
- What are the steps and options to reduce utilities without requiring investment?
- What is the scope for maximising energy savings via cogeneration in a facility?
- What are the practical steps in energy, water and emission reduction projects?
- How to maximise utility savings with minimum changes to the existing plant?
- How to design or improve a process to minimise energy, water and emissions?
Who Should Attend:
- Plant Managers
- Utility Managers
- Process Designers / Engineers
- Process Technologists
- University Lecturers
- Plant Supervisors
- CEO, MD & Management Committee
- Postgraduate Students
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