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Online Training: Cooling Water Solutions for Power Plant Professionals By Brad Buecker, Kiewit Power Engineers and Raymond M. Post, P.E., ChemTreat Inc.

Brad Buecker, Kiewit Power Engineers

This webinar course is designed for power plant and other industry professionals responsible for new cooling water technology, including use of gray water, high-efficiency cooling towers and zero-liquid discharge. Each session will be recorded on video, so if you have to miss a live session, you’ll have access to the recording on the following day. Register by April 14 to take advantage of all discounts. (Call 563-5883853 for group rates.)

Course Description During the heyday of large power plant construction in the last century, once-through cooling was the choice at many plants. However, concerns about the impact of oncethrough cooling on the health of aquatic creatures have virtually eliminated this technique for new plants. Raymond M. Post, P.E., The choice becomes a cooling ChemTreat Inc. tower or air-cooled condenser. Many project developers and owners are selecting cooling towers, which exposes plant personnel to new chemistries and technologies that are significantly more complex than once-through cooling. This two-part webinar course will examine cooling tower fundamentals, including basic design details and heat transfer, followed by discussion of chemistry and water treatment issues. Many water-related factors are influencing cooling tower design and operation. Dates and Tuition Two 2-hour sessions will be held per day Tuesday and Wednesday, April 28 and 29. Each 2-hour sessions will begin promptly at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, which is 11 a.m. Mountain Time, noon Central Time and 1 p.m. Eastern Time. Early Bird Price: $299 when purchased by April 14 ($359 value). Call Randy at 563-588-3853 for group rates. Class Format This two-part webinar series consists of two 2-hour sessions that take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 28 and 29. Each registrant will be provided with electronic copies of course materials prior to the online course. APRIL 2015

Each class will include lecture and Q & A utilizing the GoToWebinar.com platform. A quiet room and a reliable Internet connection are required to take this course. See GoToWebinar.com for technical requirements. Certificates of completion will be provided to all attendees after the last class session. The class will be recorded so if you have to miss the live session you’ll have easy access to the information.

Register today at http://tiny.cc/571qvx

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