Chillers & Cooling Tower Optimization

22-23 Apr, 2020, Kuala Lumpur

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Ir.Dr. JAYASEELAN has about 30 years of experience in various industries.


He was a recipient of the Association of Overseas Technical Scholarships (AOTS) award on two occasions, awarded by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan. Ir.N.Jayaseelan was also a member of the working group to draw up the energy efficiency and energy conservation guidelines for pumps and compressors for Malaysian industries organised by the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia, Pusat Tenaga Malaysia, and the Ministry of Energy, Water and Communications (KTAK).


Professionally trained in mechanical engineering, he is positive and lively in his approach. He livens his audience by always providing interactive and energetic presentation of his material in a comprehensive and easy to use format ofideas that work. His participants describe him as a very creative, fun and lively trainer who sets high standards.


He graduated from the University of Malaya, Leeds Polytechnic, UK and Universiti Putra Malaysia and holds a Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Masters in Engineering and a doctoral degree in engineering.


His wide hands-on industrial experience has enabled him to design and facilitate training courses.


Some of the companies he has trained includes, Tenaga Nasional Bhd, Bank Pembangunan, Ranhill, Ebara Pumps, Usaha Tegas Sdn.Bhd (Maxis), Infineon (M) Sdn.Bhd, Universiti Malaya, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Penang Port Sdn.Bhd. Cement Industries of Malaysia Berhad, Politeknik Mukah (Sarawak), Petlin Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Bintulu Port, Sime Austral, Perbadanan Putrajaya Holdings, Syarikat Air Johor, ORYX, Carsem, Unisem etc.

  • Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (FIEM)
  • Professional Engineer, Board of Engineers, Malaysia (PEng)
  • Member of the Association of Consulting Engineers, Malaysia (MACEM)
  • Member of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (MIET), UK;
  • APEC Engineer
  • International Professional Engineer;
  • Member of Engineers Australia / Chartered Professional Engineer, (MIEAust CPEng)
  • Registered Electrical Energy Manager with the Energy Commission of Malaysia.

Venue Details

Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur 50450,
Phone : 03 2162 2233
Fax : 032161 5555

Contact us

Juliany,
O - 03 2283 6109 | M - 019 3134436
juliany@ipa.com.my

Michelle,
O - 03 2283 6100 |  M - 019 363 7822
michelle@ipa.com.my 

FOR CUSTOMISED IN-HOUSE TRAINING
Yvonne,
O - 03 2283 6101 | M - 012 2011247
F - 03 2283 6108 
yvonne@ipa.com.my

ADDRESS 
A-28-5, 28th Floor, Menara UOA Bangsar, 
No.5, Jalan Bangsar Utama 1, 
59000 Kuala Lumpur
www.ipa.com.my

FOCUSING ON
  • Basic Troubleshooting
  • Piping Systems
  • Centrifugal Water Chillers
  • Screw Chillers
  • Chiller Optimization Using Refrigerant Flow Meter-A Case Study
  • Energy Savings
  • Operations and Maintenance of Chillers
  • Cooling Tower Fundamentals
  • Cooling Tower Performance
  • Cooling Tower Water Treatment
  • Cooling Tower Types
  • Cooling Tower Maintenance

    PARTICIPANTS ARE ADVISED TO BRING ALONG THEIR SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS
OVERVIEW

This course is industry designed, to provide a broad understanding of the improvement methodology, concepts, and process.

The methodology is presented with case studies and examples drawn from service, business process and manufacturing applications.

The integration of manufacturing and maintenance is also addressed.

With a heavy practice orientation, as much as a third of your time will be spent working through interactive practical exercises and assessments. This course is designed as an introduction to concepts and methodology.

OBJECTIVES

This course is designed to provide an understanding of engineering related problems related to industry globally and a clear sense of what is required to effectively structure, establish measurements and solve problems. Participants will learn the goals and deliverables behind the solutions. Methodology as well as the most commonly used tools within each phase will be discussed. Participants will also learn how to support a problem solving initiative within their organization.

AFTER ATTENDING THIS COURSE YOU WILL RETURN TO YOUR JOB…
  1. Understanding the operations and maintenance of Chillers and Cooling Towers better.
  2. Understanding the various types of Chillers and Cooling Towers available.
  3. Familiarizing with the methods available for Energy Savings etc.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • Operational Managers
  • Manufacturing Managers
  • Manufacturing Executives
  • Process Managers
  • Process Executives
  • Maintenance Personnel
METHODOLOGY
  • The latest educational methods and strategies will be utilized
  • The course is designed to maximize delegate participation
  • Questions and answers are encouraged throughout and at the daily wrap-up sessions. This gives participants the opportunity to discuss with others and the course leader their specific problems and appropriate solutions
  • The course shall be conducted through interactive lectures, case studies, group discussions and exercises to reinforce participant’s learning
  • The course consists of formal content presentation interspersed with content quiz sessions
  • The presenter’s style involves intensive participant participation
DAY 1
9:00

BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING

  • Electronic flow switches
  • Alarm Conditions
  • Chilled water flow
  • Oil temperature
  • Pressure and temperature gauges
  • Chiller Surging
 

PIPING SYSTEMS

  • Chilled Water Piping Systems
  • Chilled Water Distribution Systems
  • Primary (Constant Flow) / Secondary (Variable Flow)
  • Causes of Low Delta T
  • Solutions to reduce effects of Low Delta T
  • Bypass Valve Control
10.45

CENTRIFUGAL WATER CHILLERS

  • Components
  • Multistage Compressor
  • Orifice Plates
  • Economizer
  • Hermetic Motor Cooling
  • Purge Operation
  • Maintenance Considerations
12.00

SCREW CHILLERS

  • Helical rotors
  • Screw type hermetic motor compressor
  • Oil Separation Plate
  • Capacity Control
1:00 Lunch
2:00

CHILLER OPTIMIZATION USING REFRIGERANT FLOW METER-A CASE STUDY

  • Checking Energy Usage
  • Standard Method to Determine Refrigeration Tons
  • Refrigerant Flow to Determine Refrigeration Tons
  • Metering Chiller Performance
 

ENERGY SAVINGS

  • Energy Audits
  • Project Engineering
  • Project Management
  • Project Financing
  • Measurement and Verification
3:45

OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF CHILLERS

  • Installation
  • Operation
  • Maintenance
5:00 End of Day 1
DAY 2
9:00

COOLING TOWER FUNDAMENTALS

  • Main Features
  • Components of a cooling tower
  • Measured Parameters
  • Performance Parameters
  • Selecting a cooling tower
10.45

COOLING TOWER PERFORMANCE

  • Thermodynamics of Air Water Systems
  • Evaporative Cooling
  • Enthalpy of Wet air
  • Heat and Mass Transfer in water air system
12.00

COOLING TOWER WATER TREATMENT

  • Scale Formation
  • Corrosion
  • Fouling
  • Hardness
  • Biofouling
  • Control of Concentration
  • Bleed Control
1:00 Lunch
2:00

COOLING TOWER TYPES

  • Parallel vs. Series Flow
  • Induced Draft, Cross Flow
  • Natural Draft
  • Hyperbolic Cooling Tower
3:45

COOLING TOWER MAINTENANCE

  • Legionella Awareness
  • Frequency of Cleaning/Disinfection
  • Sterilization
  • Areas of Performance
  • High Risk Facilities
  • Survey of Process Risk
  • Monitoring and Inspection
  • Preventive Actions
5:00 End of Course