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Bioprocess Design & Economic Evaluation

Bioprocess Design & Economic Evaluation – MBI® Short Courses

When: 6-9 June 2016

Where: Biochemical Engineering, University College London

The module focuses on how to specify a complex bioprocess and determine its economic feasibility. It will:

·       Specify a major item of process equipment.

·       Interpret engineering drawings used in equipment procurement.

·       Perform economic analyses of the process and determine sensitivities to process changes.

·       Achieve value for money in complex engineering projects.

·       Recommend a process that is technically feasible and economically viable.

·       Determine the types of data needed to specify unit operations and processes.

·       Develop process flow sheets and mass balances.

Who should attend

This course is intended for engineers, chemists, biologists, biochemists and biotechnologists who are interested in process design for the manufacture of biological products. Each concept and topic covered will be explained for the beginner - an example case study is followed through the bioprocess design procedure to allow an economic appraisal of the design to be performed. This learning is carried forward to the following “Bioprocess Facility Design” course which examines the next stage of a bioprocess design. Typically, delegates are: R&D scientists, engineers or managers who need to learn more about the typical steps which constitute the preliminary design process in conjunction with the “Bioprocess Facility Design” course.

Further course information and confirmed speakers here