Salina (KS), United States – This comprehensive course offered by the K-State Bulk Solids Innovation Center covers various topics related to bulk solids, pairing classroom instruction with practical exercises. Course content will help an employee better understand bulk solids handling, storage, and flow behavior to enhance their comfort level and ability to problem solve when working with bulk solids.
The course will focus on common bulk solids flow problems during storage and conveying and solutions to these problems. Students will participate in a full-scale test laboratory practical session of bulk solids handling, focusing on dilute and dense phase pneumatic conveying. Please review the course schedule for a full list of topics covered.
By attending this course, participants will:
- Design a bin, chute, and feeder
- Design a pneumatic conveying system
- Understand the problems related to bulk solids handling
- Understand the trouble shooting procedures related to bulk solids handling
Designed for new and existing employees who are responsible for processing and handling of bulk solids, this course will benefit those not familiar with bulk solids handling or employees looking to refresh their knowledge of bulk solids. This course is not intended for senior employees who already have a basic knowledge of bulk solids handling. Employees, managers, and supervisors and research and development scientists and engineers in the following industries are encouraged to attend:
- Grain and Feed
- Date: October 15-18, 2018
- Location: Bulk Solids Innovation Center, Salina, Kansas
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