- 3-day continuing education course focusing on large, field-erected steam generators with a 500,000 to 7 million pounds per hour steam-generation rating
- Professional Development Hours: 16 PDHs
- Includes Five Power Plant Tours: Williamson, Liberty, Logan, Eddystone, and Marcus Hook Energy Center
- Cost: $995 per participant
Whether you are a seasoned power industry employee, a new hire with little experience, or just want to learn the basics of modern fossil power production, Williamson College of the Trades is offering a course for you.
“Introduction to Large Thermal Power Generation Plants,” a 3-day continuing education course, focuses on large, field-erected steam generators with a 500,000 to 7 million pounds per hour steam-generation rate. It runs from July 11-13 on campus and will provide you with a wealth of information in power generation and 16 PDHs.
Topics include steam generation and boiler fundamentals, large utility coal boilers, boiler design, low Nox burners, combustion airflow minimums, and power generation economics, to list only a few.
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