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Principle of Polymer Rheology & Processing
Date: 28 February 2016
Course Objectives:
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Understand the basic principles of polymer melt behavior.
Understand the concepts of melt viscosity and melt flow index.
Have a broad knowledge of the main polymer processing techniques.
Understand mixing and the effect of additives on polymer processing.
Course Outlines:
 Melting and flow behavior of polymers, Melt viscosity and melt flow index, Principles
of Injection Molding, Extrusion, Compression, and Blow film and other processes and
Raw material properties and the effect of additives on processing.
Who Should Attend?
 Engineers, managers and technicians who are involved in resin manufacturing and
processing, Quality assurance and inspection and those that want to improve their
products for better processing.
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,361.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax: +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
Introduction to Polymer Science & Engineering
Date: 08 May 2016
Course Objectives:
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Apply the basic principles of organic Chemistry in polymerization reactions
Develop knowledge and confidence in industrial polymerization reactions
Describe basic concepts that are used to describe polymers
List and explain different classes of polymers that are used to describe polymers.
Describe the structure, synthetic route, properties and applications of common
industrial and engineering polymers
 Discuss the relationship between the structure and properties of polymers
 Describes basic mechanical, thermal, electrical and optical properties of polymers.
 Develop competence in the use of different properties of polymer materials in
polymer design
Course Outlines:
 Introduction: Polymer as material of choice, historical perspective, and classification
of polymers, Chemistry of Polymerization, Structural properties and molecular
weight of polymers, Polymer properties: Mechanical, electrical, thermal and optical
properties and Polymer materials: Thermoplastics, Thermosets, Elastomers, polymer
blend and composites, Industrial and engineering polymers.
Who Should Attend?
 The managers, supervisor’s technicians, and operators from polymer plant or its
associated industry could attend this course
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,257.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax: +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering for
Non-Chemical Engineering
Date: 15 May 2016
Course Objectives:
 Understand the basics of material and energy balances in the chemical processes.
 Acquaintance with fluid flow and heat transfer operations.
 Have an idea about mixing phenomena and handling of materials in the process
industries.
 Be able to differentiate between several separations processes such as distillation,
extraction, absorption and filtration.
 Have knowledge about the reaction kinetics and reactor design.
 Be familiar with instrumentation and process control.
 Get brief knowledge about environment and pollution control activities.
Course Outlines:
 Introduction to Chemical Engineering; Material & Energy Balances ; Industrial
chemical processes ; Fluid Flow Operations ; Heat Transfer & Related Process
Equipment ;Separation Processes ; Chemical Reaction Engineering Reactor Design ;
Reaction Kinetics & Role of Catalyst in Chemical Processes ; Measurement & Process
Instrumentation ; Environmental Pollution Control.
Who Should Attend?
 Technician supervisors, Chemists, mechanical/electrical/industrial engineers and
scientists could attend this course.
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,161.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax: +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
Advanced Distillation & Troubleshooting
Date: 25 September 2016
Course Objectives:
 Understand the basic principles of operation and control actions of distillation.
 Understand the concepts of using automatic processes and controllers.
 Have a broad knowledge of the main control actions.
 Understand the troubleshooting parameters and related solving techniques.
Course Outlines:
 Different types of distillation processes, and related control; Control action, modes
of controller and automatic systems; Principles of working, PID controllers and off &
on controller; Troubleshooting parameters, check points and related techniques.
Who Should Attend?
 This is a general course designed for engineers, managers and technician who are
involved in manufacturing and processing in chemical industries, quality products
and inspection and those that want to improve their products for better processing
and in a safer mode.
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,529.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax: +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
Chromatography: A Very Powerful
Separation Technique
Date: 02 October 2016
Course Objectives:
 Familiar with important chromatography techniques applied in laboratory
& industrial processes.
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Having an understanding of the theory behind several chromatography techniques.
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Prepared to use these techniques in development work.
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Able to troubleshoot chromatography instruments.
Course Outlines:
 Introduction, Separation techniques: why chromatography?, Gas Chromatography,
Liquid Chromatography, Affinity Chromatography, Gel-filtration Chromatography,
Case studies & troubleshooting.
Who Should Attend?
 R&D scientists, laboratory technicians, laboratory supervisors, & process engineers.
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,457.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax : +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
Chemical Change & Environmental
Applications
Date: 23 October 2016
Course Objectives:
 Understand the thermodynamics and chemical kinetics.
 Understand the chemical reaction mechanisms, particularly in the context of
catalysis.
 Understand the aqueous chemistry and its relationship to natural environments,
particularly in the context of acid/base equilibria, redox reactions, electrochemical
principles and metal.
Course Outlines:
 Description of thermodynamic principles, and illustrates these in the production of
ammonia, Specific aspects of aqueous chemistry which are relevant to the natural
environment, New physicochemical ideas are introduced which help to provide an
understanding of factors that influence chemical processes in aqueous systems.
Who Should Attend?
 The managers, supervisors, technicians, and operators from petroleum, plastics and
fertilizers plant or its associated industry could attend this course.
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,457.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax : +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
Basics of Corrosion
Date: 20 November 2016
Course Objectives:
 Understand basic principles of corrosion.
 Develop knowledge on corrosion electrochemistry, environments and materials.
 Understand methods of monitoring, prevention and control.
 Discuss engineering problems related to corrosion.
Course Outlines:
 Introduction
to
basic
Corrosion,
Corrosion
electrochemistry,
Corrosive
environments, materials, corrosion control and prevention methods, monitoring,
inspection and testing.
Who Should Attend?
 Maintenance engineers, managers, supervisors and technicians with 5 years of
experience.
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,313.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax : +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
Chemical Process Calculations, Simulation &
Optimization Using UNISIM Software
Date: 25 December 2016
Course Objectives:
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Apply the Thermodynamic property packages, components & reaction types
in Process Calculations
Develop knowledge in utilizing Building Tools such as PFD & Workbook in installing
streams, Unit Operations, Reactors and Columns.
Use Spreadsheet in Data Entry, Calculations, Import and Export of stream conditions in the
interphase between Spreadsheet and PFD.
Perform Mass and Energy Balance Calculations for non-Reactive and Reactive systems and
Size the Unit Operations and Columns
Create DATABOOK to record different sets of process results due to changes in certain
conditions in the Main Case
Utilize the Logical operations, namely, Set, Balance and Adjust Tools to check the
parameters that specify the quality and quantity of certain products for separation,
Transportation and Storage
Apply the dynamic features such as pressure-flow, Temperature-Heat flow relations by
installing valves, heaters to the Main Simulation case.
Add Process Controllers – Level, Temperature, Pressure and Flow – to check the Process
Stability in Unit Operations and Columns.
Utilize Optimizer tool for Optimization of parameters in Unit operations, Reactors and
columns for achieving the objectives.
Course Outlines:
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UNISIM-Basic Environments & Building Tools, Process Calculations using Material & Energy
Streams and utilization of spreadsheet, Data book & other logical operators in the
Simulation interphase; Steady state process simulation and utilization of Dynamic features
for Performance monitoring & Process controllers for checking stability; Appropriate sizing
of unit operations, reactors & columns for process requirements; Utilization of Optimizer for
Process Optimization.
Who Should Attend?
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The managers, engineers, supervisor’s technicians, & operators from Chemical &
Petrochemical plants or its associated industry could attend this course.
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,529.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax : +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
Spectroscopy- An Analytical Tool for
Technicians
Date: 25 December 2016
Course Objectives:
 Understand theory of spectroscopic methods.
 Develop and select a quality control analysis required for their products.
 Interpretation of results.
 Troubleshooting.
Course Outlines:
 Introduction to spectroscopy, spectrometer hardware, instrumentation, qualitative
and quantitative analysis of results and industrial applications.
Who Should Attend?
 Technicians with one year of experience.
Duration: 5 Days
Cost: 3,457.67 SR
Venue: Jubail Intercontinental Hotel/ Jubail Industrial College
For more information:
Industrial Relations- Special Programs Unit:
Tel.: +966 (013) 340-2011 / (013) 340-2140
Fax : +966 (013) 340-2060
Email: [email protected]
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