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Pipeline Analysis Part 1: Hydraulic Analysis

This webinar gives an introduction to pipe flows in an industrial context, focusing on the benefits to be realised by considering the design of piping systems and demonstrating the consequences of inappropriate system design. You will gain an understanding of the principles of system characteristics, the key fluid dynamic concepts for single phase incompressible flows and the underlying basis of the way piping systems are analysed at the design stage.View recording 

Pipeline Analysis Part 2: Transient Analysis

This second webinar in the series focuses on the issues needed to be considered during the design of piping systems. Case studies are used to demonstrate how to avoid and how to reduce surge.
At the end of the webinar you will be able to understand the underlying basis of the way piping systems are designed to produce a system that operates within pressure limits under all conditions.View recording 

Mixing in the Water Industry Part 1 - Potable Water

In this webinar the mixing objectives, mixer design criteria and constraints are discussed for raw water blending, coagulation, flocculation, pH adjustment, disinfection and treated water storage. You will gain insights into the mixing equipment types used for these potable water process applications. The key design parameters will be discussed and the available design and sizing information presented. View recording

Mixing in the Water Industry Part 2 - Wastewater

In this webinar the mixing objectives, mixer design criteria and constraints are discussed for coagulant dosing, anoxic zones and activated sludge process applications. You will gain insights into the mixing equipment types used for these wastewater process applications. The key design parameters will be discussed and the available design and sizing information presented. View recording

Mixing in the Water Industry Part 3 - Sludge

In this webinar the mixing objectives, mixer design criteria and constraints are discussed for anaerobic digestion, sludge tank mixing and chemical conditioning for thickening or dewatering. You will gain insights into the mixing equipment types used for these sludge process applications. The key design parameters will be discussed and the available design and sizing information presented. View recording

Fundamentals of Rheology

This webinar aims to provide an understanding of the rheological properties of a wide range of fluid types, including liquids, slurries, pastes, emulsions, and polymer solutions and melts. Such properties include viscosity and yield stress, as well as complex viscosity, extensional viscosity, normal stress, and other viscoelastic properties. You will gain an understanding of rheological properties including: Viscosity and yield stress, complex viscosity, extensional viscosity. 

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