VMG Training Courses
VMG offers introductory, advanced and custom training courses on virtual process modeling throughout the year. They are attended by thousands of students and engineers from around the world.
To reserve your spot for one of these training courses or for more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
|Location||Dates||Type of Course|
|Houston||July 25-26||VMGSim Dynamics|
|Denver||August 8-9||Simulation and Analysis of Multiphase Flow Gathering Systems and Hydraulic Transients|
|Calgary||September 12||Introduction to VMGSim|
|Houston||September 12-13||Introduction to VMGSim|
|Denver||September 26-27||Introduction to VMGSim|
|Tulsa||October 17-18||Introduction to VMGSim|
|Houston||November 7-8||VMGSim Dynamics|
|Calgary||November 28||Introduction to VMGSim|
|Houston||December 5-6||Introduction to VMGSim|
Natural Gas Processing Short Course
VMG is proud to offer a comprehensive course on the fundamentals of natural gas processing with the University of Calgary's Continuing Education Department. This five-day short course reviews the physical, chemical, and engineering principles used to understand the processing of natural gas and its by-products.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This two-day course is designed for those who are familiar with using VMGSim and are interested in learning new modeling techniques and additional VMGSim features that will allow them to get more out of their simulation models. The course will cover material ranging from specific features in individual unit operations and a review of flowsheeting techniques to reporting features in VMGSim. Hands-on examples will be used to reinforce the concepts and demonstrate how the individual topics can be combined to build more advanced simulation models. Specific topics covered in the course will include:
- Flowsheeting with Controllers and Recycles
- Building GUIs using the Excel Unit Op
- Tips on Converging Towers
- Using Ports
- Using selector blocks
- Customizing Reporting Outputs
At the completion of the course, the attendee will have a deeper understanding of process simulation and will feel more comfortable tackling more advanced simulation problems. The cost for this two-day course is CAN $1,200.00 (plus 5% GST) and requires that you bring a laptop. It is highly recommended that attendees are familiar with the use of VMGSim. Email email@example.com to register.
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To find out how VMG can help you solve your process challenges, email or call toll free in the U.S. and Canada at 1-855-6VMGSim. For all other inquiries, please fill out the form below.