Air Pollution Control and Dry Bulk Material Handling Systems

Industrial Ventilation Conference

32nd ANNUAL INDUSTRIAL VENTILATION CONFERENCE
OCTOBER 11 - 13, 2010

The Wynfrey Hotel at Riverchase Galleria, Birmingham AL

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE: The purpose of this conference is to teach effective and economical ventilation practices and design techniques through the application of established principals. Ventilation systems provide the desired control over the in-plant environment and when they are properly planned, designed and maintained, will operate within the constraints of air pollution emission control and energy limits.

This course will present the principals of airflow, how to control airborne contaminates and how to properly test systems. There will be both lectures and hands on problem sessions that will take you step by step through the design of various types of systems. You will learn to select appropriate exhaust devices and hoods, determine air volume and minimum duct velocity, how to size duct, the calculation of system pressure losses, the selection of fans, air cleaning devices and other ventilation topics. This course will help you understand, design and maintain efficient, effective and economical industrial exhaust ventilation systems.

Each attendee will receive a copy of Industrial Ventilation – A Manual of Recommended Practice published by American Conference of Governmental & Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH).

There are two levels of problem sessions, Ventilation Systems Design and Non-Standard Air. The lectures are chosen and sequenced to complement the classroom problem sessions. These presentations are given by nationally known experts and are presented at appropriate intervals throughout the Conference. Topics include Principles of Air Flow, Hood Design, Duct Design, Fans, System Effects, Dust Collectors, Replacement Air, and Recirculation of Air.

Who Should Attend: This course is intended for industrial hygienists, plant engineers , sheet metal contractors, plant and operations managers, consulting engineers, safety engineers, regulators, inspectors, insurance investigators, risk managers and anyone involved in ventilation system evaluation, design, maintenance and performance.

Dates: Birmingham AL - October 11–13, 2010
Fee: Conference - $965.00
Credits: CEU 2.1, ABIH 3.0

For further information visit our website at www.engineering.arizona.edu
To register visit https://academicregistrations.com/epdform.aspx?form=vent
Or call R.D. Eckhoff (520) 621-4007 eckhoff@engr.arizona.edu