Introtowat-web - Organised by Global Technology Forum Introduction to water treatment Cooling water boiler water and waste water ARTC Key topics

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ARTC Training Introduction to water treatment Cooling water, boiler water and waste water 11 – 12 March 2010 Key topics: –– Basic water chemistry Importance of pretreatment for reverse osmosis treatment Boiler water treatment oxygen corrosion control Internal treatment of boiler water treat- ment for maintaining good steam quality Steam condensate treatment and its impact on overall boiler feed water control Types of cooling water systems and common problems associated with improper attention to water treatment An introduction to waste water treatment fundamentals Handling of upsets in waste water influent as a result of changes upstream in process unit operations Singapore gtforum.com/watertreatmentasia Organised by Global Technology Forum
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ARTC Training Meetings of minds 11 – 12 March 2010 Singapore gtforum.com/watertreatmentasia Introduction to water treatment Who should attend? Learning objectives Introduction The ARTC ‘Introduction to water treatment’ training course is a fundamental course for professionals dealing with all aspects of water treatment in refineries and petrochemical plants. It will address issues that will help senior utilities personnel have a better understanding / awareness to address water conservation in boilers and cooling water treatment for sustainable use of water resources in the rapidly industrialising Asia Pacific region. This program should appeal to a wide spectrum of refinery and petrochemical professionals. It provides a sound basis for an introductory knowledge in boiler, cooling and waste water treatment. The course will be highly valuable to all managers and engineers involved in the reliable operation, design and troubleshooting of boiler, cooling water and waste water treatment plants. Additionally, the course will be useful to any technical personnel wishing to understand the ‘mechanical’, ‘operational’ and ‘chemical’ aspects of basic water treatment. It is ideal for technical process (utilities / offsites) engineers, operations and inspection engineers. Supporting companies to the refining industry – consulting and engineering companies, and suppliers of services – should also gain useful and practical knowledge in the field of industrial water treatment. Upon completion of the course, you will have a better understanding on chemical treatment program choices in boiler, cooling water and waste water treatment. You will have improved your understanding of the unit operations of your critical equipment that impacts corrosion, scaling and related microbial / fouling problems. In areas of waste water treatment, you will have a better understanding on the primary and secondary treatment principles and better handle upsets in waste water treatment plant operation.
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ARTC Training Meetings of minds 11 – 12 March 2010 Singapore gtforum.com/watertreatmentasia Introduction to water treatment Course description This course provides an introductory discussion on boiler water, cooling water and waste water applications in
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2011 for the course ENE 804 taught by Professor Hashsham,s during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Introtowat-web - Organised by Global Technology Forum Introduction to water treatment Cooling water boiler water and waste water ARTC Key topics

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