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Prof. Sivakumar Manickam
ULTRASOUND, CAVITATION, SONOCHEMISTRY. FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS
In these days green and clean processing techniques receive greater attention in a wide variety of technologies. In this connection, this short course offers an excellent opportunity and intends to expose the participants to learn about the fundamentals, effective usage and technological applications of ultrasound. With proper learning and understanding, ultrasound could be employed in an energy efficient way. Besides, the discussion will be made about the translation of lab scale to plant scale. The presenter has a very long experience in designing ultrasound reactors and thus it is an opportunity to learn this technique in an easy way through this short course.
Prof. Tamer Elnady
ACOUSTIC DESIGN OF MUFFLERS
Most muffler design is accomplished by using “cut-and-try” methods that rely on what has worked in the past and/or extensive full-scale testing on engines for validation. This approach can be extremely costly, in particular with regard to large industrial mufflers, in terms of testing or in other losses caused by inability of the design to meeting the project criteria. New computer software aimed at muffler design can shorten the design cycle and yield more effective results.
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Who Should Attend: This course is designed for engineers and technical managers seeking an understanding of the principles of muffler design and an introduction to the use of muffler and silencer design software. In addition, others that design, purchase, or manufacture muffler or silencer systems will also benefit from the information presented in this seminar.
Prerequisites: Knowledge of basic acoustics is assumed. Mathematics to an engineering degree level is desirable, but not required.