San Francisco, CA, April 18, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Tridiagonal Solutions Inc., providing process performance enhancement and product development solutions to worldwide clients, will be hosting a Live Two Day Training Event for Process Industry Professionals on “Mixing in the Process Industries - Theory, Practice and Computation” on May 10 & 11, 2018 at 655 Montgomery St, Suite 400, San Francisco, CA 94111 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm PST.
Almost every unit operation in the process industries involves some form of fluid mixing and/or bulk solids mixing. Despite its widespread usage, mixing is still practiced more as an art than as a science in the industry. Process engineers tend to view the mixing practice as a diffuse set of rules of thumb and view mixing science as a myriad of empirical correlations. However, technological innovation is primarily driven by sound fundamental understanding. Therefore, an operation as critical as mixing cannot still remain in the realm of empiricism; it needs to move toward becoming more science-oriented.
The event will deliver the following:
- How mixing science acts as an organizing principle for various aspects of industrial mixing practice?
- It will further show how mixing science can be used to reliably and seamlessly design/select the right kind of mixing equipment for a given application.
- The utility of computational tools (CFD for fluids, DEM for bulk solids) will also be shown via a number of industrial examples. Process engineers and researchers alike will find this event useful.
Who should attend?
Chemical Process Engineers, R&D Chemists, Stirred Tank Designers, Research and Development Scientists, Principal Scientists, Senior Process Project Manager, CFD Engineers in Chemical Processing Industry.
Tridiagonal Solutions specialize in CFD, DEM & other engineering simulation techniques along with customized software solutions development. It has helped several Fortune 500 customers with the development of engineering tools & CFD automation using commercial as well as opensource technologies and integrating the same with engineering design procedures and business rules.