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    Course on Combustion, Thermal Systems, and Air Pollution Control

    Joe Santoleri and I will be presenting a 3-day course on Combustion, Thermal Systems, and Air Pollution Control on May 13-15 in Pittsburgh. This is offered via ASME, as their professional development course Number PD414. For more information and to register, click on http://ww2.asme.org/pd/courseDetail.cfm?CO_ID=323

    You can get more detail on what is covered in the course the TMTS website at
    http://www.mindspring.com/~tfmcgowan/course1.html The 3-day course allows more time to be spent on each subject, and NOx Control is a featured element due to current emphasis on this subject by EPA and state governments.

    Regarding other short courses, Joe and I are lined up to give a similar
    2-day course for AWMA (course AIR-311) on June 22-23, 2002 in Baltimore. The Combustion and APC course, and a half- or full-day course on NOx Control are also available on an in-house basis for industrial firms and regulatory authorities.

    Tom McGowan
    President,
    TMTS Associates, Inc.
    399 Pavillion Street
    Atlanta, GA 30315
    404 627 4722 voice
    404 627 0780 fax
    tfmcgowan@mindspring.com
    http://www.mindspring.com/~tfmcgowan

  2. Question Is this course still available?

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    Joe Santoleri and I will be presenting a 3-day course on Combustion, Thermal Systems, and Air Pollution Control on May 13-15 in Pittsburgh. This is offered via ASME, as their professional development course Number PD414. For more information and to register, click on http://ww2.asme.org/pd/courseDetail.cfm?CO_ID=323

    You can get more detail on what is covered in the course the TMTS website at
    http://www.mindspring.com/~tfmcgowan/course1.html The 3-day course allows more time to be spent on each subject, and NOx Control is a featured element due to current emphasis on this subject by EPA and state governments.

    Regarding other short courses, Joe and I are lined up to give a similar
    2-day course for AWMA (course AIR-311) on June 22-23, 2002 in Baltimore. The Combustion and APC course, and a half- or full-day course on NOx Control are also available on an in-house basis for industrial firms and regulatory authorities.

    Tom McGowan
    President,
    TMTS Associates, Inc.
    399 Pavillion Street
    Atlanta, GA 30315
    404 627 4722 voice
    404 627 0780 fax
    tfmcgowan@mindspring.com
    http://www.mindspring.com/~tfmcgowan
    Is this course or study still available. Please let me know.

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    Last edited by Gary Blenkhorn; 2nd October 2013 at 19:34.

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