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Wolf Heiser 

Senior Account Manager

Tel.:  49 (69) 797-84629

 wolf.heiser@siemens.com

Dr. Jürgen Hess 

Senior Account Manager

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 hess@siemens.com

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Volker Westphal 

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Invitation to the 1st Lunch & Learn in Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Geleen

 

We invite you to our 1 st Lunch & Learn event in Geleen with the topic "Chemical Reactors - from Design to safe Operation" on Friday 25th of October 2019.

Chemical processes are dominated by the conversion and selectivity of the involved chemical reactions. Therefore, a good reactor design is of high value for the process, although the reactor’s share at the overall equipment costs is normally low. The kinetics of wanted and unwanted reactions are the basis not only for the reactor design but also for the safeguarding of chemical processes. This applies to both newand modified processes.

In the first presentation Dr. Frank Olschewski, Senior Consultant of Siemens Engineering & Consulting will present the varying depth of chemical kinetics evaluation in industrial applications with three different examples.

Afterwards Dr. Bert Vollbrecht, Head of the Siemens Process Safety department, will cover the assessment of chemical reactions on the basis of safety relevant data and measures to enable the safe operation. Classical protective measures as well as options for modern protection concepts will be discussed.


Time

Agenda

11.20

Welcome

11.30

"Chemical Kinetics -– industrial Targets and Examples"
Dr. Frank Olschewski, Senior Consultant
Siemens AG, Engineering & Consulting

12.00

Lunch with discussion an network

12.30

"Safeguarding of Chemical Reactors - classical Approach and an Outlook into the Future"
Dr. Bert Vollbrecht, Head of the Siemens Process Safety department, Siemens AG, Engineering & Consulting

12.50

Summary and Farewell

The event is free of charge.
You are welcome to forward this invitation to interested colleagues.
Limited places, please register until 20th of october under the following link:

Click here to register for this event

About the location

The event will be organized at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Urmonderbaan 22, Geleen, The Netherlands.

Access to Brightlands Chemelot Campus for external event visitors

If you are an external event visitor without a Brightlands Chemelot Campus pass, you will receive a separate email with the access instructions to the campus 2 days before the event. This email contains the Campus Safety Instruction which you have to follow in order to get an e-ticket with a personal QR code. With this personal QR code you can access the campus, without a QR code, access to Brightlands Chemelot Campus will be denied.

For route description and parking please click here: https://community.brightlands.com/contact/

Safety and environment

Brightlands Chemelot Campus is not an ordinary industrial site. There are chemical plants in the immediate vicinity that handle dangerous materials. If an emergency alarm is sounded proceed directly to the main hall of Center Court and follow the instructions issued by the organization.

General Information on Siemens Engineering & Consulting (EC)

Engineering & Consulting is part of the Siemens operating company named Digital Industries. EC, formerly known as Siemens Axiva, became part of Siemens in 2000.

EC provides tailored solutions for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. The range of services includes process development, process safety investigations and assessments as well as engineering and automation services through the entire lifecycle of chemical or pharmaceutical processes.

The combined EC-laboratory for process development and process safety – located in the industrial park Hoechst – enables our experts to assist in many process relevant cases – ranging from individual measurements over the investigation of unit operations to the planning and operation of mini or pilot plants.


Doecke, Philipp (DI PA S&V PHA 4) 

 philipp.doecke@siemens.com



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