Process Int - Training


PIL offers a range of training services that address both the background technology behind our software suites as well as providing instruction in how the software may be used in practice. In addition, attendees generally benefit from added insight into the latest technologies and trends to affect the industry. Click here to register your interest today! 

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Courses Available

Energy Efficient Steam Systems

Almost half of the fuel consumed to meet industrial energy requirements is used in the production of steam. Most sites have scope to increase the efficiency of fuel conversion. Significant cost savings are thus possible on most sites.

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Heat Integration (including Pinch Analysis)

This training provides an introduction to the design of heat exchanger networks. It incorporates the techniques that came to be known as Pinch Analysis. The methods introduced in the course are now well established for the design of energy systems.

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Distillation System Design

This course provides the principles of distillation system design, emphasizing energy efficiency. The course is aimed at process engineers who have some experience of conventional distillation and who wish to learn about advanced distillation system design.

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Low Temperature Gas Processing

Gas liquefaction and low temperature gas separation are key features of a number of processes in the chemical process and utility industries. There are many processes, such as natural gas liquefaction and processing, industrial gas separation, and ethylene production that operate partially or totally below ambient temperature. Low temperature (sub-ambient) processes require heat rejection to refrigeration systems.

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Refinery Processes

To the outsider, the petroleum refinery industry can appear to be extremely complex in terms of its technology, structure and economic drivers. This training course provides an introduction to the technology, economics and major trends of the petroleum refining industry.

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Refinery Hydrogen Management

The worldwide trend to produce low sulphur and low aromatic gasoline and diesel and to process heavier crude oils places increased demands on refinery hydrogen systems.

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Refinery Optimisation

Refinery operations involve many important degrees of freedom for optimisation. Maximising the potential of optimisation can have a critical influence on refinery profitability. Optimisation can be carried out at several levels.

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