D. Jack Adams, Bart Faris, Dimitri Vlassopoulos
This systematic approach can be used to assess the suitability of in situ bioremediation for a particular contaminated site.
Gregory T. Benz
Engineers who specify, scale up or purchase process equipment typically have fewer internal or vendor resources available than in the past. This article explores the problem and offers a solution.
Phillip H. Williams
Although the sparsity of effects principle is still good advice, we need to be careful of emphasizing it too much -- to the point that it becomes an assumed practice, rather than a useful rule of thumb.
Sharifah Rafidah Wan Alwi, Zainuddin A. Manan, Norrazi Misran, Mohd Hisham Samingin
Use the Systematic Hierarchical Approach for Resilient Process Screening (SHARPS) technique to quickly and systematically isolate cost-effective and affordable water management options prior to design.
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