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Field-programmable analog arrays coupled with microreactor technology promise to change the way plants are built, as well as the methods by which their processes are designed and controlled.
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Think twice before installing a steam trap. In the case of superheated lines, steam traps may prove to be a waste of time, effort, and money
This high-pressure water washing technique can be used to clean Ljungstrom-type air heaters.
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Computational fluid dynamics has moved from mainframes to PCs and laptops. Newer and better software lets you conduct analyses not possible before, and regular engineers, not just experts, can now carry out CFD.
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Follow these guidelines for applying side-stream filtration to on-line cleaning, and chemical or mechanical cleaning to equipment that has been drained of fluid.
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Discover a plant-wide solution that provides production accounting results that both engineers and accountants can agree on
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This processing strategy combines the advantages of batch and continuous operation, providing flexibility and efficiency in a single design.
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