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  • Put Your Column on the Map

    Residue curve maps (RCMs) can be employed in a variety of ways, including system visualization, evluation of data, and process synthesis, modeling and troubleshooting

    Scott Barnicki
    09/16/2004
  • The future is in plastics

    Single-use equipment is finding a place in the biopharmaceutical industry. One company has even designed a new bioprocessing facility around the disposable equipment.

    Diane Dierking
    09/16/2004
  • Sidestep side-draw control surprises

    The simplest approach to control side-draw distillation columns uses flow control on the side product. This solution, however, is not ideal for all side-draw control situations.

    Andrew Sloley, contributing editor
    07/01/2004
  • PVDF Tackles Bromine Corrosion

    A challenge to design and fabricate, the largest-known PVDF-lined vessels now successfully serve at PTA plants

    Diane Dierking
    05/13/2004
  • Don't Send Money Down the Drain

    A versatile system meets Federal standards while minimizing VOCs in wastewater

    Terrence T. Virnig, P.E., C.H.M.M., Synthetech Inc., and John A. Meidl
    03/31/2004
  • Succeed at plant debottlenecking

    Critical evaluation can enable you to turn up capacity and improve performance. This article presents some ideas to help you evaluate your process to see whether it offers exceptional revamp opportunities.

    Joseph C. Gentry, P.E.
    03/10/2004
  • Don't let vibratory separators shake you up

    Understanding a few key points simpifies setup and operation, and leads to optimum screening patterns. These include adjusting vibratory motion and optimizing separator performance.

    Eric Johnson, P.E.
    03/08/2004
  • Crack the Code

    When specifying dust collectors, it may not be necessary to follow ASME code to the letter. Ask the right questions and ask them early

    10/15/2003
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