Engineers working with burners in industrial and utility boiler applications.
Students will learn the theory behind the design, application, and safe operation of gas and oil fired burner equipment designed for large boiler applications. Students are invited to bring specific operating problems for one-on-one discussion with an Institute instructor or for discussion with a group of peers who have experienced similar situations at their facilities.
At the completion of this course, the student should be able to:
- Discuss basic industrial and utility boiler designs as they apply to burner application
- List the basic components and functionality of common boiler burner designs
- Describe how burners are applied to various boiler types
- Discuss the differences between conventional, low-NOx, and ultra-low-NOx boiler burner designs
- Discuss the latest combustion technologies and emission control techniques
All attendees will receive a copy of the newly published “Coen and Hamworthy Combustion Handbook – Fundamentals of Power, Marine and Industrial Applications.”
This course is eligible for 1.4 CEUs.
|Tulsa, OK||May 1 – 2, 2017||$1,595.00|