Combustion Training

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Understanding Pulverised Fuel, Boiler Combustion and Emissions Process

by E-ON Engineering Academy     based in Nottingham, UNITED KINGDOM

The course will focus on all aspects of Pulverised Fuel. By the end of the course, delegates will have a fundamental understanding of boiler combustion and emissions of any PF plant.

Combustible Dust Awareness

by ERI Safety Videos     based in Lexington, SOUTH CAROLINA (USA)

If a combustible dust explosion occurs, it often results in severe injuries, burns or deaths. Employees can reduce the potential for dust explosions by being aware of the risks and following safe work practices to mitigate those risks as well as by following the company's emergency contingency plan. That's the purpose of this program--to review ...

HVAC Heating Refrigeration Training, Chillers Boilers Courses

by National Technology Transfer, Inc.     based in Centennial, COLORADO (USA)

Many systems must work in harmony to maintain the indoor temperature and environment of a facility. The HVAC Program offers a variety courses that give students a solid understanding of air conditioning, refrigeration, heating applications, chiller, boilers and pneumatic comfort controls. Students learn fundamental principles as well as operating, ...

Custom, On-site CHEMKIN Training Program

by Reaction Design     based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Hands-on, supervised training for the use of sophisticated design tools is a cost-effective method to quickly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of modern design workflows. Today, the application of detailed chemistry simulation to clean-combustion and materials-development processes is expanding. As workgroups move to standardize software ...

Indoor Environments & Green Buildings

by Environmental Law Institute (ELI)     based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA)

Buildings in the United States account for a large share of our energy and water consumption, CO2 emissions, and solid waste. The built environment also has a significant impact on health and productivity. People in the U.S. spend over 80 percent of their time indoors, where levels of pollutants may be 2-5 times higher than ...

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