Atomization and Spray Technology: Focus on Spray Drying

Next class: October 22, 2014 in Madison, WI

 

University of Wisconsin - College of Engineering  - Department of Engineering Professional Development

Atomization and Spray Technology: Focus on Spray Drying is a one day short course designed to increase your understating of how atomizers work and how to improve systems.

• Awareness of the various types of nozzles available
• Atomizer performance and selection

Atomization is an important process used in many industries, including the chemical, biochemical, food and dairy, pharmaceutical, paper, combustion, and agricultural industries. Atomization and Spray Technology is an introductory course for engineers, scientists, and technicians. It provides a basic understanding of the atomization process, design, and applications.


You will examine:
• Atomization methods
• Atomizer design
• Droplet size distribution
• Atomizer performance
• Spray characteristics
• Proper atomizer or nozzle selection

Attend and Benefit
Engineers, scientists, and technicians involved in the following application areas will benefit by attending this course:
– Spray towers
– Spray drying
• Specialty chemical manufacturing
• Reactor and pilot plant operations
• Process and project engineering
• Paint and adhesives manufacturing
• Food processing
– Spray drying
• Pharmaceutical


The novice will be brought up to speed quickly, while the expert will benefit from a detailed review. Those who will benefit include:
• Process engineers
• Project engineers
• Maintenance engineers
• Mechanical engineers
• Process chemists
• Food technologists
• Research engineers


Bring Atomization Problems to Discuss
We encourage you to bring atomizer design problems and questions to the course. This is your opportunity to discuss and explore innovative and practical solutions to your atomization problems. 

Instructors: Charles W. Lipp and Elaine M. Bower