Chemical and Process Engineering Courses

Chemical and process engineering courses from the UW–Madison Engineering Professional Development cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • Chemical engineering fundamentals, mass balance, energy balance, and chemical reactions
  • Heat transfer, reactor design, chemical processing, and industrial mixing
  • Blending processes, agglomeration, dryer technology, and pilot plants
  • Bulk materials handling, filtration, separation, and size reduction
  • Laboratory design, laboratory safety codes, and laboratory safety regulations
  • Evaporators, heat exchangers, and dry solids incorporation

EPD can deliver courses at your site or tailor our programs to meet your needs. Learn more.

Who Will Benefit

  • Engineers
  • Managers
  • Technicians
  • Chemical processing technical professionals
  • Food and pharmaceutical processing technical professionals

What Attendees Say About Our Courses

“As a result of this course, we have a better understanding of our dryer. We will use the information from this course to optimize our operation and improve the design of our next dryer.”
—Corporate Maintenance Manager

“Good overall practical information and presentation.”
—Maintenance Supervisor

“A very in-depth course with many great examples and an outstanding instructor to help in the analysis of complicated chemical processes.”

More Information

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