FCC Course in Houston, Texas
March 5, 2019
FCC PROCESS TECHNOLOGY COURSE
MARCH 5-7, 2019
ABOUT THE COURSE
This practical course will provide a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of a critical refining process. A description of the entire Fluid Catalytic Cracking process will be provided, including process basics such as heat, material, and pressure balances; process variables; equipment operation, catalyst and additive technology, interpreting equilibrium catalyst data, fluidized solids fundamentals, feed and product treating requirements, residual feed processing and unit troubleshooting and optimization. For the first time the course will have a session dedicated to the use and understanding of the kinetic models in the FCC monitoring forecast and catalyst performance evolution. Sessions will address current FCC issues in an enjoyable format that encourages interaction between participants and facilitators.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is designed primarily for personnel relatively new to Fluid Catalytic Cracking. Those with one to two years experience will also find the session valuable.
The facilitators are primarily Albemarle FCC technical service specialists, who bring a wealth of experience and practical knowledge to the course. Specific unit concerns may be addressed as interaction between the course participants and the speakers is encouraged.
If you have questions about course content, coverage depth on a particular topic, or the technical scope of the course, please review the attached flyer or call or e-mail Luis Finales at 281-787-1451 or Luis.Finales@albemarle.com.
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