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Greater industrial energy efficiency using pinch analysis.
The participants understand the fundamentals and application of the pinch method and are able to systematically analyze and optimize industrial processes and their infrastructure systems with the PinCH 3.5 software. (Note: for more complex processes the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts offers the possibility of a coaching project).
Mon, 23.05.2022: Fundamentals of the Pinch Method
Tue, 31.05.2022: Definition of Process Requirements
Wed, 08.06.2022: Optimizing Energy Supply Systems
Mon, 13.06.2022: Pinch Analysis for Multiple Processes/Operating Cases
Tue, 21.06.2022: Pinch Analysis of Batch Processes
Wed, 29.06.2022: Integration of Thermal Energy Storage
There will be 6 question periods provided to answer questions about the subject matter and the PinCH software. Participation is voluntary and only serves to clarify open questions; no new material ist taught. Dates and time: Thu, 26.05./02.06./09.06./16.06./23.06./30.06., at 17:30 - 18:30 (CET)
planned for 2023
6 days 16:00 to 20:00 (CET)
a six months time-limited full version of PinCH 3.5 is incl.)
Continuing and executive education programmes
16:00 to 20:00 (CET)
Experts from the fields of chemical, process and environmental engineering, energy technology and energy consulting. People responsible for energy management, sustainability, production and infrastructure of industrial companies and SMEs. Government representatives.
Engineering and ArchitectureContinuing EducationInstitute of Mechanical Engineering and Energy Technology IME
Online course in six blocks, «Problem-based Learning». The focus is to work on practical examples with the PinCH software.
Times are given in Central European Time (CET) and are selected to accommodate participants in the western hemisphere. Depending on interest, a course for the eastern hemisphere may be held at a later date.The teaching blocks are recorded and made available for review afterwards.
In order to offer the best possible support during online lessons, the number of participants is limited.