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Mixing of Liquids and Complex Materials
13-15 July 2020 | Daily from 7:30am-12:00pm (EDT) / 13:30 - 18:00 (CEST)
Course Offering 200709EU1115
Course ID 1115
Who Should Attend?
This training is designed for individuals in a variety of process industries such as Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic, Biological, Food and Specialty Chemicals. In addition, those employed in the Oil, Petrochemical, Mineral, Environmental, Polymer and Paper industries where mixing or formulation (often of complex materials) is undertaken in stirred vessels or other mixing equipment will likewise find the training very worthwhile.
These professionals include, but are not limited to:
• Formulation scientists
• Material scientists
The course will benefit those concerned with scale-up, design, development, research or production and is ideal for those new to this field or for those who are experiencing problems with existing development or production activities.
Herberto Dutra, Sr. Manager - Engineering
Herberto Dutra, Mechanical Engineer with 30 years of experience in processing industries with careers at Kraft Foods, Nestle, Bay Valley and Sensient, including 20 years of hands-on experience in Spray Drying and processes that require nozzle atomization. Mr. Dutra’s expertise ranges from pilot plant scaling up, design and construction of numerous plants, day-to-day operation, troubleshooting and optimization. Academically, Mr. Dutra holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from UERJ (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), an MBA from Keller Graduate School and is currently finishing his Master’s in Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University. Through his employers, Mr. Dutra has written and taught a number of training courses in Spray Drying, Atomization, Powder Handling, Agglomeration, Liquids Handling, Cooking Processes, Plant Design, Packaging and many other programs developed for Operations Professionals, Engineering, Scientists, etc.