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21-09-2020 - 25-09-2020
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Type: Short Course
Duration: 5 days
Starts: 21-09-2020
Ends: 25-09-2020
Place: on line

Entry: paid

Design of Equipment for Storing and Discharging Bulk Solids

Short Course

Overview: Understanding the storage and handling requirements of bulk materials when drawing up specifications and designing hoppers and silos is of fundamental importance for the optimal operation of the plant. This course guides delegates through Best Practice to ensure the full potential is reached.

Subjects covered:
*Minimising project risk through characterisation of bulk materials;
*How to characterise bulk materials using firmly established methods and the latest test equipment;
*How to use shear cell measurements to design for reliable discharge;
*Detail design for storage equipment;
*Best Practice for bulk handling plant design and operation;
*When should discharge aids be applied and appropriate types;
*Methods for correct interfacing.

Course fee: £675 per delegate
Venue: on line via MS Teams from 14:00 - 17:00 hrs UK time each day

This course is delivered in English.
 

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