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Beakers to Barrels: The Essentials

This fast-paced, hard-hitting audio lecture provides a run down on all the essential topics of chemical engineering, as viewed by the research chemist who wishes to push his or her bench-top innovation into industrial proportions. Professor Samid, PhD, PE, a practicing chemical engineer, (D&G Sciences – Innovation Productivity Corporation) has a long and varied career in the oil industry, the nuclear industry, and in space technology, is an adjunct professor in the American University, University of Maryland, and Case Western, and has been teaching for the ACS Webcast of the same title for many years.

This audio lecture encapsulates the material in the full-fledged course and provides its listener with an overview of the various topics of engineering useful to the chemist who is ambitious about bringing his brainchild to fruition. LISTEN to the first few minutes.

Course Details

Key Topics

Professor Samid discusses

  • reactor design
  • separation of materials
  • transport phenomena – heat mass and momentum transfer
  • thermodynamics
  • scale-up technology
  • cost estimation techniques
  • control engineering configuration
  • engineering design practices

Information

This fast-paced, hard-hitting audio lecture provides a run down on all the essential topics of chemical engineering, as viewed by the research chemist who wishes to push his or her bench-top innovation into industrial proportions. Professor Samid, PhD, PE, a practicing chemical engineer, (D&G Sciences – Innovation Productivity Corporation) has a long and varied career in the oil industry, the nuclear industry, and in space technology, is an adjunct professor in the American University, University of Maryland, and Case Western, and has been teaching for the ACS Webcast of the same title for many years.

This audio lecture encapsulates the material in the full-fledged course and provides its listener with an overview of the various topics of engineering useful to the chemist who is ambitious about bringing his brainchild to fruition. LISTEN to a preview of this lecture.

Who Should Attend

Scientific professionals who wish to scale-up their bench process, build a pilot, and participate in designing a full-scale production line. This course will also be useful to those who need to negotiate and interact with chemical engineers and who need to appraise the industrial feasibility of their newly conceived chemical process.

Course Locations

Date

TBA

This lecture is provided in downloadable MP3 format, and can be listened to in the car, from your smartphone, on any mp3 player, etc.

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Venue

On Demand

You will receive access to the audio lecture along with accompanying materials within 1 business day of your registration.


Pricing
Standard $199 per module

About the Instructor

  • Gideon Samid

    is a chemical and a nuclear engineer with broad experience (NASA, Exxon, DoD) specializing in the bench-to-production process, estimating the effort to achieve an R&D objective, and mathematical engineering applications. Dr. Samid earned his degrees at the Technion — Israel Institute of Technology, holds some patents, and published a critically acclaimed book: “Computer Organized Cost Engineering.”