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  • Don't Let Phase Changes Faze You

    Phase changes in the downstream processing or handling of solids cause many process problems that have inexpensive solutions.

    Tom Blackwood, Healthsite Associates LLC
    10/04/2005
  • Keep cool when designing batch reactors

    The stirred batch reactor is a workhorse at many plants. In designing such a unit, focus on effective temperature control to achieve optimum performance.

    John Edwards
    09/28/2005
  • Flow Meter Focus

    ChemicalProcessing.com introduces Flow meter focus, a compilation of useful articles, news, white papers and product information related to flow meters.

    09/28/2005
  • Optimize your profits

    Making sound pricing decisions through price management is crucial. Price management can maximize profits and create a competitive advantage.

    Jeff Kabin, PROS Pricing Solutions
    09/27/2005
  • What price is right?

    Minimizing costs is only one part of the economic equation for profitability.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    09/27/2005
  • Today’s China Syndrome

    The country boasts not just booming exports but a strong desire for the best technology.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
    09/27/2005
  • Saving energy with fluid handling

    This article from Ross Mackay, an exclusive contributor to ChemicalProcessing.com and author of The Practical Pumping Handbook, discusses how you can save energy in your plant with proper pump selection.

    Ross Mackay
    09/20/2005
  • Answering the need for Fieldbus

    This exclusive piece from the Fieldbus Foundation gives a general overview of Fieldbus technology and how it can help you in your plant.

    Joe Conklin, Fieldbus Foundation
    09/14/2005
  • Build up agglomerate quality

    Several easy-to-use indices related to material flow properties can help to predict and improve an agglomeration process and product quality.

    Kristin O’Quest and Lee Dudley, Diamondback Technology, Inc.
    08/31/2005
  • Take safety up a notch

    There’s still room to improve industry’s good safety performance, says Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig in his monthly column. Mechanical integrity programs generally need more attention.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
    08/25/2005
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