BRE 201: Gas Processing Training Course
May 3-5, 2017, 9:00am - 5:00pm at 4500 S. Garnett Road, Tulsa, OK
Day 1: Overview and Field Processing
Day 2: Plant Processing
Day 3: Optimization and Off-Design Operation
The Gas Processing course explores various gas separation technologies used in field processing (JT and mechanical refrigeration) as well as in plant processing (Turbo-Expander, GSP, and RSV type demethanizers, and NGL fractionation). The course encompasses detailed discussion and demonstration, through ProMax® models, of the important thermodynamic and engineering principles that apply to the design, operation, and optimization of these processes.
The course also demonstrates and introduces the user to various capabilities within ProMax that can be used to parameterize and optimize gas processing units. Some of the capabilities used extensively in the course are Solvers, Specifiers, and the Scenario ToolTM. Through hands-on experience, the user will learn how to use ProMax tools to refine gas processing unit designs and optimize gas processing conditions to meet desired goals.
Attendees will learn:
Technologies used in the gas processing industry
Specific applications of ProMax and its features with regards to gas processing
Capabilities and features of ProMax simulation software
Plant modeling techniques and methods
More advanced uses of the ProMax Scenario Tool