October 25, 2017 CE – Fluid Flow

Continuing Education – Evening Lecture
Fluid Flow in Practice

Speaker: James N. Tilton
DowDuPont

Wednesday October 25, 2017
5:15pm-5:30pm – Networking
5:30pm-6:30pm – Dinner & Presentation
6:30pm-6:45pm – Q&A Session & Closing Remarks

PDH Credit: 1 credit

Location:
Ashford Boardroom
KBR Inc.
242 Chapman Road
Newark, DE 19702
(Map/Directions)

Price:
$30 Members
$35 Non-members & Guests
$15 Students
$15 KBR Employees
$15 WEBEX option

Dinner will be provided with registration for live attendance. Webex information will be provided 1 day in advance.

Abstract:

Proper application of fluid dynamic principles and methods is critical to high quality process and equipment design and effective process operation. This lecture will review the most important fundamental principles. Some of these will be remembered from college courses, but some will be new learnings for many practicing engineers. Calculation and design methods for important fluid flow applications will be described with examples.

Biography:

Jim is a DuPont Fellow at DowDuPont where he has 32 years’ experience providing engineering consulting across multiple businesses and functions including manufacturing operations, capital projects, research and development, and marketing. He is a chemical engineer with expertise in transport phenomena, especially fluid dynamics. Jim is the section editor for Fluid and Particle Dynamics in Perry’s Chemical Engineers’ Handbook, and has numerous publications in scientific and engineering journals and technical conference presentations. He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in chemical engineering from the University of Delaware, and a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of Houston.

Registration:

Please register no later than Tuesday October 24 at 5:00 PM. Cancellation requests received by the registration deadline will be fully refunded.

Please feel free to contact Colleen McGinness (cmcginness725@gmail.com) with any questions or concerns you may have.

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