TRAINING CLASSES OFFERED
Training classes are offered occasionally. Here's a brief description of each that we do have from past classes conducted.
Prices reflected in the flyers posted do not represent future pricing.
The first course is on Fractionation Train Design Review. The class is being re-tooled somewhat to include a spreadsheet with a set of sample calculations for your future use in industry. Lunch and breakfast pastries are included in the cost. Click here for flyer of the course.
Our second course, Introduction to Tray Design (Tray Interns Details), is a 4-hour course that will cover fractionation train tray internals and design of trays, with a hands-on design of all sections of a typical depropanizer as a class exercise. Samples of internals are provided for viewing and handling, and a detailed review of tray hardware design, installation, and inspection will be covered. Click here for the flyer of this course.
Our third course is on PSV Evaluations--"How not to do PSVs, and how to do them right". We will review "war stories" of how PSV calculations have been improperly done, areas that have room for interpretation, and how an owner's representative should look at PSV calculations done by consultants and critique their quality. This will be a 7-8 hour class, with time allotted at the end for specific questions on your current PSV issues
We can also provide pricing to train your staff at your facility based on size and location, please contact us for those requests on any or all of the classes shown above.
We also offer a wide variety of topics for training either at your site or elsewhere, ranging in duration from 1 hour to 4 days, depending on your wants or needs for your staff.
Trainings are geared to be very interactive and hands-on, and not strictly lecture-based. Example problems are worked through, and learning is done by doing, not simply listening.
Topics covered in these trainings include, but are not limited to:
■ Tower and Tray Designs & Troubleshooting
■ Exchanger Design (Shell & Tube as well as Fin Fan Coolers)
■ Pumps and hydraulics
■ Self-venting flow / "Belching" systems
■ Line sizing and hydraulic evaluations (e.g. symmetrical flow, critical elevations)
■ Rules of Thumb in Engineering for design and evaluation
■ HYSYS Training
■ PSV training with PSM guidelines included--and how NOT to evaluate PSVs
...and more offered through partnering relationships
Classes that are paid can be cancelled without penalty up to 14 calendar days in advanced for a full refund.
Cancellations within 7-14 days of class date will be refunded 75% of the course fees. Cancellations within 7 days of class date will be refunded 50% of the course fees.
"No shows" on the day of class will be offered a refund of 25% of the class fee as a courtesy.
PSV TRAINING CLASS DECEMBER 9, 2019 (PAST)
A full flyer for the class can be found clicking here.
We are offering our course on PSV Evaluations--"How not to do PSVs, and how to do them right". We will review "war stories" of how PSV calculations have been improperly done, areas that have room for interpretation, and how an owner's representative should look at PSV calculations done by consultants and critique their quality. This will be a 7-8 hour class, with time allotted at the end for specific questions on your current PSV issues.
Location: Samuel Engineering, Greenwood Village, CO (DTC area of Denver). See flyer for full address and details.
Breakfast pastries and lunch are provided (Panera catering menu for lunch).