COURSE OVERVIEW PE120
Course Date/ Venue
June 10-14, 2006 /Al Nakheel 1 & 2, Movenpick Hotel, Dubai , UAE
Chemical reactions occur in a variety of different systems and ar e e ssential in a number of technological areas including, the chemical and petroleumindustries, fuel cell and fuel processing industries, and environmental engineering, The goal of this course is to provide a background in the practical aspects of kinetics, catalysis, and reaction engineering. The fundamentals of catalysis and transport will be applied in the analysis and design of reacting systems.
Upon the successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
Update your knowledge in applied kinetics, catalysis, and reactor design and analysis
Apply techniques formodeling chemically reacting systems
Learn how to design experiments, select reactors and analyticalmethods, and apply statistics in reaction engineering and catalysis research.
Familiarize participants with developments in key technical areas including fuel cell and fuel processing catalysis.
Who Should Attend
Chemical, environmental,mechanical, and electrical engineers, chemists and electrochemists, and others with a technical background will benefit fromthis course. Although a brief review will be part of this course, participants should be familiar with basic concepts in kinetics. No prior experience in catalysis or reaction engineering is required.
Petrolab Engineering certificate will be issued to all attendees completing minimum of 75% of the total tuition hours of the course.
US $ 2,950 per Delegate. This fee includes Student Pack ( Folder, Manual, Hand-outs, book(s), etc. ), buffet lunch, coffee/tea on arrival,morning and afternoon of each day.
Accommodation is not included in course fees. However, any accomm odation required can be arranged by Petrolab Engineering at the time of booking.
Mr. Mohammed Hamami.. More
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