8 – 9 December 2020
£825 attendance at Chatham campus; subject to a move on-line should the situation dictate
Discounts offered for multiple registrations from one company and returning delegates.
In depth exploration of detailed calculations for design of pneumatic conveying pipelines and specifying plant. The ultimate aim will be to share the most up-to-date knowledge on how to obtain pipeline designs that work reliably, delivering the required throughput efficiently and effectively without impacting on quality of the powder being handled.
Subjects covered include:
- Lean versus dense phase – relative advantages in practical application, and applicability to different materials;
- A detailed look at obtaining conveying information for the material to be handled, and how to scale this up for pipeline design;
- Different equations for predicting pipeline pressure drop and throughput;
- Stepped bore pipelines – how they enhance system performance and reduce problems, and how to design them;
- Differences in powder behaviour;
- A detailed look at bends; radius, pressure drop, wear, particle damage and material build-up;
- Air humidity effects – psychrometry and moisture calculations, and controlling interaction or airborne moisture with the powder;
- Practical details – choice of coupling systems, pipe specification systems etc;
The course enables plant designers, plant managers or maintenance to improve their ability to deal with the design and troubleshooting of pneumatic conveying systems.
This course can be added to the one day Rotary Valves: Design, Selection and Operational Issues on 10 December for a total fee of £1260