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Offering Training

Heat Exchanger in Practice

DESCRIPTION

The programme and its contents are specifically developed for practicing engineering and project professionals as well as trainee engineers. Therefore the contents make use of the essential academic background, which is combined with the relevant state of the art field experience and best operational, maintenance and reliability considerations.

The contents encompass the typical applicable international standards supplemented with the latest technological developments as it is considered essential for the practicing professional to have the necessary applied knowledge to take the necessary actions in relation to existing and to new equipment and practices, aiming to achieve the optimum profitability, operability, maintainability, reliability safety and environmental protection. At the same time the practicing professional is enabled to be at the forefront of the latest relevant developments for the necessary and timely action and improvements.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Those directly involved in gas processing operations will find the course particularly relevant.

SUMMARY OUTLINE

Session 1

·         Introduction

·         Types of Heat Exchangers

·         Heat Exchangers constructional and design features

·         Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Components

·         Bundles, Tubes, Tube Layouts, Tube Patterns, Tube Counts, Baffles, Shells,

·         Covers -Types, Characteristics, Applications

·         Fluid Flow Paths Shell and tube side fluid selection arrangements

·         Tube vibrations, erosion, and cavitation.

·         Helically baffled shell and tube heat exchangers Characteristics, applications

 

Session 2

·         Rod Baffled shell and tube heat exchangers characteristics, applications.

·         Hairpin Heat Exchangers, – types, characteristics applications

·         Fin fan coolers types, characteristics, and applications.

·         Design Considerations Thermal Hydraulic Design

·         Modes of Heat Transfer

·         Heat Transfer in a Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger – Basic Equations

·         Temperature Distribution Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference (LMTD)

·         Nomogram for Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference (LMTD)

Session 3

·         Correction Chart for LMTD

·         Temperature Effectiveness

·         Fouling Factors

·         Heat Transfer Coefficients, Pressure drop inside Tubes Pressure Drop Across Tubes

·         Shell and Tube Side Velocities

·         Nozzle Dimensions

·         Data Tables and Graphs

·         Relevant Examples

 

Session 4

·         Thermal Rating Design

·         Service Related Problems

·         Impingement and Erosion

·         Tube Vibrations

·         Cavitation

·         Thermal Stresses

·         Distortions

·         Overdesign

·         Underdesign

 

Session 5

·         Fouling, its nature and effects

·         Cleaning Heat Exchangers

·         Performance Improvement Techniques.

·         Monitoring Heat Exchanger Performance

·         Debottlenecking Heat Exchangers

·         Extending Service Life

·         Standard materials, corrosion and corrosion protection.

·         Testing and Inspecting Heat Exchangers (New or in Service)

COURSE METHOD

COURSE SPEAKER

v  Presentation

v  Discuss

v  Case Study

v  Evaluation

v  Simulation

Teguh Pudji Purwanto, Ir, MT

 

Teguh Pudji Purwanto experienced more than 26 years in mechanical industry.

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Dafam Fortuna Hotel

Jl. Dagen 60 Malioboro Yogyakarta,

(0274513439)

 

25-28 Juli 2016

25-28 October 2016

 

4 days

08 am – 04 pm

 

IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

CV JP CONSULTANT : MANDIRI Bank Yogyakarta Branch Acc. No.  1370007857077

 

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

¨  Module / Handout

¨  Certificate

¨  Souvenir

¨  Training Kit

JP Consultant

Kalibayem No. 436 Ngestiharjo Kasihan Bantul Yogyakarta

Email         :  jpconsultantyogyakarta@yahoo.com

Website     : www.jptrainingcenter.com

Contact      : Tina (085741853818)

                             (082225972336)

                     Fia   (081215667730)

 

 

 

 

 

Offering Training

DIESEL ENGINES AND GAS TURBINES

DESCRIPTION

Diesel engines and gas turbines have the highest efficiency and reliability. They also have the lowest capital, operation and maintenance cost. These engines have been used in numerous applications including cars, trucks, buses, ships, railroad locomotives, freight trains, tractors, aircrafts, marine propulsion, motorcycles, military vehicles, power generation, and Emergency Power Systems as well. The environmental emissions of these engines are minimal. This seminar will provide in-depth coverage of the selection, operation, inspection, diagnostic testing, troubleshooting, maintenance, refurbishment, performance monitoring, power augmentation, and economics of all types of diesel engines and gas turbines. The main focus of this seminar will be on the inspection, testing, troubleshooting, maintenance, and refurbishment and computer simulation of these engines. All the components, instrumentation, and control systems of diesel engines and gas turbines will be covered in detail. The design, selection considerations, operation, maintenance, pay-back period, economics of power generating plants using diesel engines or gas turbines as well as, emission limits, reliability, monitoring and governing systems will also be covered in detail..

                                       WHO SHOULD ATTEND

 

·         Engineers of all disciplines

·         Managers

·         Technicians

·         Maintenance personnel

·         Other technical individuals

SUMAARY OUTLINE

1.      Diesel Engine Design, Features, Efficiency, Components, Advantages, Fuel System, Electronic Management System, Safety, Applications, and Cost

2.      Diesel Engine Failure Modes, Inspection, Troubleshooting, Maintenance, and Refurbishment, Gas Turbine Components, Instrumentation, Governing and Control Systems

3.      Gas Turbine Materials, Auxiliaries, Maintenance, Emisions, Computer Simulation of Gas Turbines

COURSE METHOD

Coordinator Team

1.      Presentation

2.      Discuss

3.      Case Study

4.      Evaluation

Sulaiman Tampubolon ST, MT

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Hotel Neo AwanaYogyakarta

 

21-23 June 2016

10-12 November 2016

 

3 days

08 am – 04 pm

In house depent on request

IDR 5.800.000,-per  participant non residential

Disc 10%  jika mengirimkan 2 peserta dari perusahaan yang sama

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

CV JP CONSULTANT : MANDIRI Bank Yogyakarta Branch Acc. No.  1370007857077

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

1.      Module / Handout

2.      Certificate

3.      Souvenir

4.      Training Kit

5.      USB

       JP Consultant

Kalibayem No. 436 Ngestiharjo Kasihan Bantul Yogyakarta

Phone        :  02743326339

Email        :jpconsultantyogyakarta@gmail.com

Web          : www.jptrainingcenter.com

Contact     : Tina     (085741853818)

                                (082225972336)

                    Fia       (081215667730)

 

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