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  • Correctly Evaluate Project Economics

    Use the most appropriate financial measure and consistent prices

    Rajeswar Gattupalli, Clayton Sadler, Laura Leonard and Gavin Towler, UOP LLC
    06/04/2014
  • Separation Technology: Draw Insights on Distillation

    Residue curve mapping is a powerful tool to better understand the design and operation of distillation columns. This article describes how to use residue curve maps to check the feasibility of separation of homogeneous mixtures and for developing the conceptual design of towers.

    Raymond E. Rooks, The Dow Chemical Co.
    05/15/2006
  • Make HSE a Priority

    An effective health, safety and environmental management system will improve workflow and HSE performance

    Rebecca Pehler
    06/01/2004
  • Domino Theory

    Can ISA88 and ISA95 Knock Down the Barriers Between Batch and Continuous Processing?

    Rich Merritt
    09/29/2008
  • Fieldbus wars continue

    As wireless Ethernet continues its aggressive growth, end users have to wonder, “Will it replace fieldbuses?” It is clear that a battle is shaping up.

    Rich Merritt, senior technical editor
    08/23/2006
  • Upstream

    What We Think We Know About Upstream Straight Run

    Richard A. Furness and David W. Spitzer
    10/29/2008
  • Translate lofty financial goals

    A profit-per minute metric can really optimize operations. The chemical industry is discovering that it needs better tools to help capitalize on the products and maximize profits — to generate cash faster. It needs a new metric: profit per minute.

    Richard Batty, Maxager Technology
    01/11/2007
  • Streamline Your Chemical Process

    Removing complexities that creep in over time can enhance operations.

    Richard J. Beaman, Jr., Eric Hopkins and Clifford Reese, SSOE Group
    04/29/2013
  • Pumps benefit from a vane effort

    Widely used but underappreciated, back pump-out vanes extend bearings and seal life.

    Richard Nardone, ITT Industrial & BioPharm Group
    11/15/2005
  • Pilot plants: destined for development

    Pilot plants are on the verge of an unprecedented evolution. Read about the 10 factors that'll impact the design, construction and operation of these next-generation units.

    Richard Palluzi, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co.
    06/28/2006
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