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  • 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
  • Become a cyber-security pacesetter

    Today, most plants with control systems must contend with many pressures both to allow access to data and to secure those data.

    Rick Kaun, Matrikon, Inc.
    10/04/2007
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