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Safety and Selectivity in the Scale-Up of Chemical Reactions

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Website https://go.evvnt.com/576572-3?pid=4800 | Edit Freely

Category Education, Training

Deadline: May 12, 2020 | Date: May 13, 2020-May 14, 2020

Venue/Country: Metro Meeting Centers-Boston, Boston, U.S.A

Updated: 2020-01-08 18:32:54 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

The safety of chemical processes is critical for the whole chemical industry. It is vital that process development chemists and engineers are able to identify aspects of the chemistry that may be hazardous or pose a risk to the safety of the process or equipment.

In order to do this they need to know when to proactively engage colleagues or contractors to carry out process safety testing and hazard analysis, which in turn requires a knowledge of the equipment and test methods available.

As chemical reactions are scaled up and operations become more economic the ability to remove heat from exothermic events becomes reduced and at the same time the outcome of any incident becomes much more severe.

This is an almost unique course on the safety of chemical reactions and processes that is designed by chemists for chemists (and engineers) with the ultimate aim of helping the chemical industry reduce the number of chemical or process related incidents.

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Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/576572-0?pid=4800

Price:

General Admission: USD 1899.0

Speaker: Dr Will Watson

Time: 09:00 - 17:00

Venue Details: Metro Meeting Centers-Boston, 101 Federal Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02110, United States


Keywords: Accepted papers list. Acceptance Rate. EI Compendex. Engineering Index. ISTP index. ISI index. Impact Factor.
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