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  • Process Engineering: FRI meets distillation needs

    Distillation has always been a critical and costly step in the manufacture of products in the petroleum, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries. Fractionation Research reveals how companies can pool their efforts to obtain experimental distillation data.

    04/29/2005
  • 2005 Chemical Industry Salary Survey: Field of Greens

    Changing market conditions have prompted us to take a closer look at the chemical processing industry as it continues to evolve. The result is our first-ever salary survey, which has yielded some interesting insights into the workplace.

    Lisa Greenberg, managing editor
    04/12/2005
  • Process Engineering: HART – Dealing with device description

    There is a myth surrounding HART devices that you'll need a device description to communicate with a HART device. Learn why this isn't true and what you do need to know in operating a HART communication device.

    Ed T. Ladd, Jr.
    04/12/2005
  • World Batch Forum North American Conference nearing

    This year’s conference will feature 18 speakers, as well as panel discussions covering a wide range of topics of interest to automation users and suppliers, including ISA88 and ISA95. Keynote speakers will be Dave Beckmann and Ian Nimmo, both long-time veterans of the process control industry.

    04/12/2005
  • Process engineering: Doing your level best

    Plant engineers who find it is difficult to get good level measurements have plenty of company. A recent poll shows that it is considered to be one of the two most vexing problems by process automation professionals.

    04/08/2005
  • Process Manufacturing Workforce: Don't Be Thrown for a Loop

    When processing chemicals, it has become increasingly important to isolate the process from the work environment. The agitated filter dryer accomplishes this by providing a high degree of containment.

    Ian Nimmo and John Moscatelli, User Centered Design Services LLC
    04/08/2005
  • AMS benefits chemical plant from start to finish

    DuPont engineers chose Intelligent Device Manager software from Emerson Process Management to help manage all the data available from their instrumentation.

    Warren Way, E.I. DuPont deNemours Co.
    04/08/2005
  • Process engineering: Pneumatic conveying moves ahead

    Pneumatic conveying has long been a popular choice for moving bulk materials. However, the technology hasn't been standing still, and this can influence the choice between several types of pneumatic systems.

    Nick Basta
    04/04/2005
  • Understanding ratholes

    Diamondback Technology supplies ChemicalProcessing.com with this exclusive piece on rathole formation in plant hoppers.

    Diamondback Technology
    04/01/2005
  • Compressed Air Systems: The Secret is in the Pipe

    There’s no such thing as too large a compressed air line.  A common error in compressed air systems is line sizes too small for the desired air flow.

    Hank van Ormer, Don van Ormer and Scott van Ormer
    03/14/2005
  • Process engineering: Avoid pitfalls when starting up pumps

    Improper startup can result in excessive temperature and radial loading, both of which can lead to lower pump reliability from problems such as seal and bearing failure. Consultant Ross Mackay describes the three steps that should be followed during pump startup.

    03/14/2005
  • Research and Development: The Know-How Pinch

    Research and development is a chemical company's most valuable asset. In today's climate, companies must work harder to protect intellectual capital on an international level.

    Nick Basta, editor at large
    03/11/2005
  • EPA encourages adoption of HPV chemicals

    The EPA's Interagency Testing Committee wants to make it a requirement for chemical processors to provide production and exposure information for 276 high production volume chemicals.

    03/11/2005
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