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  • Flame Modeling Provides Matchless Results

    A computer simulation helps solve a refinery combustion problem. Finding ways to limit NOx from fired heaters, especially under stringent environmental regulations, has become a major concern for the petroleum refining industry. Complying with new stricter regulations, a Texas refinery upgraded the burners in one of its large cylindrical furnaces.

    Roberto Ruiz, Ph.D., John Zink Co.
    04/13/2007
  • Equipment & Services: February

    Chemical Processing's Equipment & Services feature provides a variety of production equipment, supplier services and parts.

    02/19/2007
  • Tiny reactors aim for big role

    Process Intensification (PI) has promised many things but has it fulfilled its promises? When looking at reactor technology, the answer is a definite “Yes.”

    Rocky Costello, R. C. Costello & Associates, Inc.
    11/29/2006
  • NeSSI tames the communications monster

    The new sampling/sensor initiative (NeSSI) is moving steadily to fulfill its original promise of increased efficiencies, costs-savings, and micro-analytic capabilities despite recent growing pains related to fieldbus.

    Jim Montague, Executive Editor
    09/15/2006
  • 2006 Readers' Choice Survey

    The equipment, services and suppliers selected to make a job easier greatly contribute to on-the-job success. The Readers' Choice survey identifies the leading vendors in more than 40 categories.

    Ken Schnepf, managing editor
    08/17/2006
  • Toll manufacturers serve a changing market

    Custom chemical manufacturers anticipate increasing output this year but must contend with high domestic costs and rising imports.  Each type of chemical manufacturer has a different strategy for dealing with these issues.

    Nick Basta, editor at large
    01/19/2005
  • Preheater points out the value of cooling off

    Lack of attention to detail in conceptual design can hide many sins. Put the problem aside and then ponder it again. A fresh look may lead to an even better solution.

    05/12/2004
  • Collaboration extends Its reach

    The step change occurring in engineering technology is being driven by the latest capabilities of design and operating software to exchange these data.

    Nick Basta
    03/31/2004
  • The Bioproducts Crescendo Builds

    Market forecasts for bioproducts are upbeat. One even predicts that industrial biotechnology will be a $160 billion global business by 2010. Industrial biotechnology first took off in the early 1980s; what gives today's activity a buzz of excitement is the repeat of something else from that era: high energy prices.

    03/03/2004
  • Simulation Improves Polyester Manufacturing

    DuPont Polyester Technologies (DPT) realizes the benefit of CFX computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling software, which provides a multi-size bubble model and manages the complexities involved with modeling a rotating agitator.

    12/18/2003
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