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Bernhard Berger, Siegfried AG: Applications of DynoChem in Thermal Process Safety – Optimization of Accumulation and Time to Maximum Rate

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Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 9:30 AM (CST)

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The next presentation in our 2013 User Meeting series is:

Bernhard Berger, Siegfried AG: Applications of DynoChem in Thermal Process Safety - Optimization of Accumulation and Time to Maximum Rate

By means of an exothermal oxidation it is shown how with a few experiments a DynoChem model for heat generation can be generated.  With this model heat accumulation and resulting temperature excursions in case of a loss of cooling capacity can be simulated as a function of starting temperature and feed time in order to optimize thermally safe process conditions.

 

The webinar will start at 16.30 Central Europe, 15.30 London/Dublin, 10.30 US Eastern, 09.30 US Central, 07.30 US Pacific.

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About DynoChem User Meetings 2013: Guest Presentations by Users and Thought Leaders

In 2013, the DynoChem User Meetings are taking place online at the DynoChem Resources website. You can register to be kept informed about all of the sessions by signing up here today.

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We have found that our online guest presentations can easily attract over 200 people from over 30 countries, showing that this format allows more people than ever to attend live, while eliminating participants’ travel and accommodation costs.  And it's good for the environment too.

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From previous User Meetings

If you’d like to get a flavour for the type of material presented at DynoChem User Meetings, presentations from previous user meetings in 2011, 2009 and 2007 are available to download in DynoChem Resources.

Mumbai 2011 Users Meeting Chicago 2011 Users Meeting London 2011 Users Meeting
Mumbai 2011 User Meeting Chicago 2011 User Meeting London 2011 User Meeting

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  News and Updates
2013-06-26 06:07:10

Dan Hallow of BMS is our next speaker, on 24 July: Application of DynoChem Reaction Modeling to Quality by Design

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