Storage and Flow of Bulk Solids
Many plants have issues with their bins and silos – erratic flow, stagnant material, and segregation to name a few. This course addresses how to prevent those problems and how to address them if they occur.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The course will cover a combination of design, theory, and hands-on application. Upon completing the course, students will understand:
- Material properties that affect flow and storage
- How to design the geometry of a bin or silo
- Design of chutes and feeders
- Specifying and selection of silos, flow aids, feeders, and level measurement
- Segregation and caking issues
This course is recommended for engineers, technicians, and management personnel who design, maintain, or need to improve their bulk solid handling process.
Course instructors are leaders in the bulk solids industry and research experts from Kansas State University. View a full list of instructors.
Date: February 8-10, 2022
Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Bulk Solids Innovation Center in Salina, Kansas
Cost: $1,300 early bird rate; $1,600 standard rate
Included: Course instruction, course materials and notes, hands on exercises in full scale laboratory, and daily lunch and refreshments. Meals, travel, and lodging are not included in the registration fee and are the responsibility of the attendee. Visit our travel page for suggestions on getting to and staying in Salina.
Registration deadline: January 25, 2022
DISCOUNTS AND REGISTRATION FEE SCHOLARSHIP
A discounted rate is offered for companies sending multiple attendees. Discounts are tied to number of attendees as follows:
|Total Price with Early Bird||Total Price with Standard Rate|
|3 registrations per company||1 registration 50% off||$3,250||$4,000|
|4 registrations per company||1 registration free||$3,900||$4,800|
For companies sending more than four employees, discounts will be applied in the same increments as indicated above.
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