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  • Prevent Simulation Meltdowns

    Avoid the five most common pitfalls of steady-state process modeling

    Mike Donahue and Richard Pelletier, SimSci by Schneider Electric
    09/16/2015
  • Tap into Tollers

    Many chemical companies, prompted by factors such as a lack of in house expertise, equipment and permits for making certain materials, are moving production outside. Tollers, in turn, are seeking to become their partners, not just contract manufacturers.

    Mike Spear
    07/25/2005
  • Support your college

    Academic laurels alone do not guarantee survival, according to Mike Spear in his monthly column.

    Mike Spear
    03/27/2006
  • Thanks for the memories...

    As the end of the year approaches it's always tempting to look back and review what’s happened over the past 12 months. For Mike Spear though, he's about to head off into the welcoming arms of retirement.

    Mike Spear
    12/03/2007
  • Drive up energy efficiency

    The constant-speed approach to AC motors made a lot of sense when energy was cheap and drives technology was in its infancy. With their latest advances, adjustable speed drives can provide one of the best energy efficiency options for a plant.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
    06/16/2005
  • Chemical makers play the power game

    Chemical manufacturers are using a range of strategies to cope with rising power costs. They are relying more on pooling and cogeneration.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
    08/25/2005
  • 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
  • Making safety a sure thing

    Only experience can prove that safety systems will work when they have to.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
    11/27/2005
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