John Broli and Paul Whalley of Engineers for Africa (E4A) are presenting a seminar on Process vessels in Cape Town on 23 and 24 June 2016.
It addresses the need for a total design approach and utmost care in vessel design, then proceeds to understand design from the standpoint of the factors to consider and the role they play at each stage of the design process.
This approach emphasises the main analytical methods that provide critical considerations for design. These analyses include systems, scope, information and risk based on sound professional engineering methodology.
No other course covers as wide range of vessel design and far-reaching scope of design content, thus offering a sound introduction to design and materials.
John Broli is an ECSA registered Professional Chemical Engineer with n MBL. He founded Engineers for Africa and has extensive knowledge and experience in the design of pressure vessels, process vessels and reactors.
Paul Whalley is an aeronautical engineer with an MBA. He has more than twenty years of corporate global leadership experience and is MD of Engineers for Africa.
Bookings: Raymond Tshotheli
- Phone: 011 452 7921
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