2017 Chem Show Seminar Program Highlights Best Practices

Chem Show seminars impart knowledge for solving processing issues in plants throughout the Chemical Process Industries.

The Chem Show will be held on Oct. 31 through Nov. 2, 2017 at the Javits Center in New York City. In addition to more than 300 exhibitors on the exhibit floor, the Chem Show will host 35 technical seminars in the classroom—offering potential solutions to practical challenges that chemical engineers and plant managers face every day.

The Chem Show seminars are free to all attendees and exhibitors. Conducted by exhibitors during the three days of the Show, these seminars will focus on process applications that affect production line performance, efficiency, and best practices.

Seminars Targeting Engineers and Production Managers

The Hydraulic Institute, a trade association that serves the pump industry, will present two seminars at the 2017 Chem Show. Sullivan teams up with Dominik Fry, business development engineer and HI member to present Increase Reliability and Reduce Energy Costs with Pump & Piping Analysis Using Flow Modeling Software. This seminar will focus on the value of predictive capabilities of fluid flow modeling software and how it serves as a powerful simulation tool to better understand the performance of piping and pumps in chemical plants, as well as the value of optimizing a piping system and reducing energy consumption. “The seminar will provide key information and data on how to model any fluid system using advanced software, and to look at possible solutions with modeling to make engineering improvements without changing the current system,” Sullivan said.