Deblending and separation in processes and equipment
Overview: This course looks at the causes and effects of de-blending (segregation) of bulk particulates
*Identification of the most commonly encountered segregation mechanisms
*Examples of how segregation has occurred in plant
*Techniques that can be applied in plant design to minimise these effects
Different types of segregation will also be identified; air-induced, rolling, surface effect, percolation.
Course fees: £520 per person